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March 20, 1970 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-20

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NCJW Gives Art
to Mrs. Nixon

I

News Brevities

The March meeting of the WOM-
GEORGE SHEARING, the com-
EN'S GROUP OF THE DETROIT poser, arranger and jazz pianist

When Mrs. Nixon invited 300
leaders of the National Council of
Jewish Women to tea at the White
House recently, Mrs. Leonard H.
Weiner of Detroit, Council's nation-
al president, presented the First
Lady with a painting of Jerusa-
lem's Old Wall. The artist is a
former student of the Hebrew Uni-
versity High School built by Coun-
cil in 1963. The NCJW leaders were
attending a public affairs institute
last month conducted biennially by
the NCJW in the Nation's Capital.

Petition Urges
Arms for Israel

ASSOCIATION OF LIFE UNDER-
WRITERS will be held at the
Women's City Club of Detroit
Wednesday. Cocktails will be
served at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6:30.
"Sales by the Woman Agent" will
be discussed by a panel of women
underwriters, it was announced by
Mrs. Gladys G. Phillips, president,
who is consultant of the Metropoli-
tan Life Insurance Co. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Phillips, VE
8-0326.
s • *
Coming to the Masonic Auditor-
ium 8 p.m. Saturday, is VICTOR
GORGE, whose name is synonym-
ous with-,comedic wit coupled with
brilliant musical talent, touched
with a dash of culinary artistry.
Sorge is now directing a portion of
his caloric creativity in the area of
restaurants. The world famous en-
tertainer has often found himself
in the kitchen of a four-star restau-
rant engrossed with the head chief
in exchanging prized recipes. His
interest in cooking the delicacies of
his native Denmark, has now led
him to his newest venture—Victor
Borge's Stupid Cupid Danish
Restaurants.
* • •
The New York musical comedy
hit "I DO! I DO!", the one with
the positive attitude about love,
life and matrimony
Ma-
sonic Auditorium, 3 p.m., April 19.
Tickets for this performance are
now on sale.
*
s

TITO PUENTE, who has de-
lighted millions of Latin American
dance addicts from coast to coast,
will be in Detroit with his 14-piece
orchestra 9 p.m. March 28 in the
main ballroom of Cobo Hall.
*
* -*
The LIVONIA YOUTH SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA, under the
direction of Lester Farkas, will
perform 4 p.m. Sunday ,at Wayne
Memorial High School, Wayne.

coming to the Masonic Audi-
torium, 3 p.m., April 5, hears
trees. "I can hear a lamp post,
though I can't tell whether its a
lamp or a tree. It's a sensation of
momentary blockage of the ear as
you are passing—a change in the
atmosphere," Shearing has said.
The pianist's superior sense of
hearing is not entirely due to his
blindness. Shearing has continu-
ally educated himself in classical,
jazz and modern music. "I can
hear every note in a ten-note chord
and play it back to you," he added.
*
* •

Oirth.
tAnnouncernents

ZACBITIMH
MOHEL
341-1595

Leo Goldman

MARSHALL

REV.
HERSHL
ROTH

National Conferenc eofChristians, Jews
Seeks to End Post-6 Day War -Strain'

NEW YORK (JTA) —Christian- I
Jewish relations in the United
States - have been placed' under a
"severe strain by the Six-Day War
of 1967 and its aftermath," leading
to "what may well be a new era
of crisis" in intergroup relations,
the National Conference of Chris- i
tians and Jews said.
As part of an "intensive -ef-

fort" to bridge these gaps "with
understanding," NCC.P President
Dr. Sterling W. Brown announced
the publication of several book-
lets geared to "lift the blanket
of practical problems that con-
cern American religious. people
—the Arab-Israeli War, inter-
marriage, birth control, Vietnam,
black-white polarization and such
church -s t a t e controversies as
teaching religion in the public
scthool or giving state aid to
non-public schools."

New paintings by ROBERT NAT-
KIN will be exhibited at the Ger-
trude Kasle Gallery March 28-
April 26.

* *
.The Kramer Election Committee
and the Kramer Campaign Com-
The first booklet, asserts that
mittee, coupled with a committee
of La wyers for ALBERT A. Judaism and Christianity are close-
KRAMER, jointly announce they ly related parts. "Because of their
are co-sponsoring a reception-cock- common roots and intertwined
tail party in honor of the state rep-
resentative 8:30 p.m. April 6- at
Northwood Inn. For tickets, call
Ronald A. Fruitman, 964-3040 or
Martin Hollander, Dl 1-9575.
*

In addition to paintings and
drawings of Rembrandt now at
the Detroit Institute of Arts, the
museum will offer songs and mu-
sic of the Dutch master's century
7 p.m. today. EVELYNE
SCHEYER, harpsichordist, and
FAYE TURNER, lyric soprano,
will present 17th Century music of
'Holland, Spain and England in the
I Art Institute's Baroque Gallery at
; the Woodward Avenue entrance.
The event is open to the, public
without charge. During -"REM-
BRANDT AFTER 300 YEARS,"
the special exhibition galleries are
I open to the public until 9:30 p.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays. The exhibi-
tion will remain through April 5.

• •
Jazz artist GEORGE SHEAR-
ING, who brings his quintet to the
Masonic Auditorium April 5, was
born in Battersea, London. Today
he is one of the most famous pian-
ists in both his native Britain and
throughout the world. Tickets are
available at the Masonic Auditor-
ium box office, Grinnell's flown-
town and all J. L. Hudson ticket
centers.
* * *
On Sunday, Garelick's Gallery
will open a group exhibition with
the theme of "PEACE, LIFE AND
LOVE," consisting of paintings,
drawings, graphics and sculpture
of many artists, including Rodin,
Chagall, Epstein, Matisse and
others. The preview of this exhi-
bition will be 1-6 p.m. The show
will close on April 11.
*
* *
When VICTOR BORGE comes to
the Masonic Audtiorium. Saturday
he will arrive in town with no scen-
ery. no-,cast, no props other than
a suitcase containing two micro-
phones, a spotlight and a tape re-
corder. Now evolved into a two-
man show, with the -addition of
pianist and comedy-foil Leonid
Hambro, Gorge's “Comedy in Mu-
sic" is still out-distancing its own
house records wherever it plays.

Reproducing the article by Jo-
seph Alsop which emphasized the
urgent necessity of U.S. arms to
protect Israel from destruction, a
petition is being circulated urging
President Nixon to act promptly
to supply the necessary jets to as-
sure Israel's security.
The circulation of this petition
was undertaken by Hiram A. Dorf-
man, Detroit CPA with offices at
21675 Coolidge, Oak Park.
The petitions are to be addressed
to the President, Senator Griffin
'and Alsop.
Copies of the petition are avail- ,
able from Dorfman.
The text of the Alsop article
March 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil
upon which the petition is based Liam Keller (Beverly Moore),
will be found on page two in this 20514 Stansbury, a daughter,
issue of The Jewish News.
Gayle Lynn.
* • *
March 15—To former Detroiters
SHALOM RALPH Dr. and Mrs. Lester Kalisher
(Sheila Cohen) of Norfolk, Va.,
a son, Aaron J.
*
* *
March 11—To Dr. and Mrs. Dale
LI 7-9489
H. Stone (Robin Herman of Chi-
cago), 29570 Meadowlane, South-
field, a son, Marlon Eric. '
*
s *
March 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Tink (Linda Benjamin), 24321
Jerome, -Oak Park, a daughter,
Robyn Suzanne.
* *
*
March 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Niskar (Arlene Charness), 24309
Recommended by Physicians
Pierce, Southfield, a daughter,
RABBI
Terri Lynne.
* * •
March 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Expert Mohei
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Wein (Dena Tessler), 8740 Ken-
LI 2-4444
LI 1-9769
berton, Oak Park, a son, Lawrence
Alan.

* . •
The Silver Brick
REV. GOLDMAN L
March 5—To Dr. and Mrs. Mich-
When shopping for Purim fixings,
ael Goldman (Noreen Ekelman),
13332 Balfour, Huntington Woods, don't forget the silver brick:
Kraft's
Philadelphia brand cream
a daughter, Jill Heather.
MOHEL
cheese. Children love fresh Phila-
s • •
delphia
with jelly on bread, or a
—March 4 — To former Detroiter
353-5444
Rabbi and Mrs. Clifford B. Miller bagel with a smear of Philadelphia,
of Rockville, Md., a daughter, or mouthwatering cheese cake —
made with Philadelphia.
Adinah Sharone.
• •

Volunteer
Drivers
March 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
The volunteer drivers could
Allan Linder (Barbara Steinberger,
24181 Ridgedale, Oak Park, a be a "lifesaver" for the Michigan
Cancer Foundation. If you are in-
daughter, Beth Renee.
• •

terested in giving this gift of ser-
Mohel
Feb. 26 — To Mr. and Mrs. vice to others, call the Michigan
Experienced
Bernard Wexler (May Fuller), Cancer Foundation offices for
Licensed - Certified
319'72 Olde Franklin, Farmington, volunteer-driver information (833-
352-3186
0710) now.
a daughter, Lisa.

MOHEL

Friday, March 20, 1920-37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

histories, Christianity cannot fully
understand itself without Judaism,
nor can Judaism fully understand
itself without taking account of the
stream which has flowed forth
from it."

Advice is offensive, because it
shows us that we are known to
others, as well as to ourselves.
—Samuel Johnson.

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