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April 03, 1970 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-03

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Contemporary Works
From Europe to Be
Performed at Library

Marguerite Kozenn Chajes will
present her 16th concert of "Con-
temporary European Music" 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Detroit Public
Library.
Chamber music presented for the
first time in Detroit will include
works by Philipp Eichenwald of
Basel, Switzerland; Dr. Siegfried
Borris of Berlin; Peter Jona Korn
of Munich; Dr. Karel Reiner of
Prague; Prof. Hermann Reutter
of Stuttgart; and the S wedish
composers Hilding Rosenberg,
Karl-Birger Blomdahl and Bengt
Hambraeus.
The music was presented to
Mrs. Kozenn Chajes by the vari-
ous cultural information centers,
as gifts to the department of
modern Euorepan music; of the
Detroit Public Library.
The concert is sponsored by the
library and the Music Trust Funds
of the Recording Industries, as
administered by the Detroit Feder-
ation of Musicians.
Mrs. Kozenn Chajes will be com-
mentator. Among the participating
artists are 10 leading members of
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra;
soprano .Earnestine Nimm on s,
harpsichordist Alice Lungershau-
sen and pianist Lawrence LaGore.
Admission is free.

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EMPRESS
GARDEN

Sander Levin in Running
for Governor of Michigan

State Senator Sander Levin .an-
nounced his candidacy for gover-
nor of Michigan Monday in an ad-
dress at Riverside Park in down-
town Detroit.
Sen. Levin explained that he
chose River s id e Park for the
speech because the park is the only
place "west of Cobo Hall where
people in Detroit can get to their
river." He thus focused on the
state's ecological problems — on

a

SEN. SANDER LEVIN

the disfigurement of natural re-
sources—and also called attention
to unemployment, the war in Viet-
nam, "the specter of Harold Cars-
well taking his racism with him to
the Supreme Court" and the "dis-
figurement" of priorities in Michi-
gan.
The native Detroiter argued
that while the hard-pressed me-
tropolitan areas have turned over
a great share of taxes to state
government, the state has turned
its back on metropolitan needs.
"The governor's administration
has committeed only 18 per cent
of our federal crime-fighting funds
to Detroit, although 40 per cent of
Michigan's crimes are committed
here—while the life of this com-
munity continues to be disfigured
by fear," he said.
A graduate of Central High

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School, Levin continued his studies
at the University of Chicago, where
he was president of the student
government. He holds a masters
degree in international relations
from Columbia University. and a
law degree from Harvard.
He served three terms on the
Oakland County Board of Super-
visors and was picked as county
Democratic chairman in 1962. Two
years later, he was elected to the
State Senate. He was elected by
the Lansing press corps as the
"most effective freshman senator"
in 1965.
Elected state chairman of the
party in 1967, Levin left the chair-
manship in 1969 to devote himself
to the Senate, where his Demo-
cratic colleagues elected him mi-
nority leader.
An active Michigan Needs Levin
Committee has been formed. Irv-
ing Seligman led the major pre-
campaign fund-raising effort.

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Best Actress, Genevieve Bujold
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9:00 SUN. 12:00, 3:30, 7:30
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10:30 SUN. 12:30. 3:50, 7:00, 10:00. WEEK
NIGHTS 7:00, 10:00.

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at 1:00 p.m. — $1.00 Admission

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Sun. 1:30 shown 3:35, 7:05, 10:25.
Mon., Tues. open 6:45. Shown 7:00, 10:20

SATURDAY SPEC. CHILDREN'S
MATINEE ALL SEATS 50c
Open 1:00 Starts 1:20 over 4:45
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Starts Wed. Nominated best actor John
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Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna in

"MAROONED"

Dutch Foreign Minister
Pessimistic Over M. E.

AMSTERDAM (JTA) — Dutch
Foreign Minister Dr. Joseph Luns,
returning Sunday from official vis-
its to Beirut, Damascus, Amman
and Cairo, stated he was "very
pessimistic over the situation in
the Middle East.”
Dr. Luns, who said he had not
acted as a mediator during his
visits, commented that the Mid
East conflict was much worse than
two years ago, and that implemen-
tation of the 1967 United Nations
cease fire was essential to peace.

(G)

MON. thru FRI. Evenings 6:00 & 1:45
SAT. & SUN. 1:00, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15

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SKANDIA
SPRING SPECIAL!

the doctor in the play who starts
as a playboy and finally returns,
with a younger gal as his wife, to
practice medicine, adds power to
the play. Elizabeth Orion, as
Alma's mother, is another splen-
did performer—all part of an
excellent cast.
Now the Meadow Brook Theater
re-introduces Chekho v's "The
Cherry Orchard" which starts at
the - Rochester Playhouse next
Thursday, then to have a short
run at the Art Institute starting
May 3.

Having moved over for a very
few performances to the Art Insti-
tute. with "Summer and Smoke,"
Meadow Brook Theater repeated
its triumph in Rochester.
It was sloppy outdoors the open-
ing night at the Art Institute-
Wednesday—but from the stage
there radiated a great perform-
ance, perhaps the most triumphant
ever to have been produced by
the John Fernals Company.
Barbara Caruso, as Alma. re-
created a vital Tennessee Williams
role with such brilliance that she
dominated throughout the per-
formance.
Toby . Tompkins as John Junior,

6:30, 9:45

Ridge and Royal Oak Township.
Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman,
SAT. & SUN. 12:30, 3:45, 7:00, 10:00
Held over
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attended Central
WEEK NIGHTS 7:00, 10:30. SAT., SUN.
All Disney Program
High School and
7:10, 10:45.
"IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS"
Wayne
State
Academy Award Winner
Plus Glenn Ford In
University, where
Alan Arkin in
"SMITH"
he was granted
"POPI"
his bachelors
WK. NIGHTS 8:45 only. SAT. SUN. 5:20,
rand River
and law degrees.
8:55.
REDFORD kaehrls6if—r Parking
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He served as ed-
Richard Boone, Orsen Wells,
Accepted
Geo.
Sanders
in
itor of the Wayne
"THE KREMLIN LETTER"
State University
BERKLEY 12 Mile-Coolidge, LI 2-0330 FRI. 9:10 only SAT. 12:40, 4:50, 9:05
Law Review. He
Cooper
SUN. 3:45, 8:00, WK. NIGHTS 8:15 only
20th Week: Final Days!
is vice chairman of the House of
plus
Acadamy Award Nominee
Representatives Judiciary Com-
"BEST PICTURE"
"BOSTON STRANGLER
Paul Newman, Robt. Redford
mittee, where he has worked for
FRI. 6:45, 11:10, SAT. 2:40, 6:50, 11:10
SUN. 1:35, 5:45, 10:00 WEEK NIGHTS
"BUTCH CASSIDY
reform in the state's court system
6.05, 10.15
and in civil and criminal justice.
& THE SUNDANCE KID"
Fri. & Sat. eve 7:00, 10:25
He serves also as a member of
315 W.I. IF olu2rgi R. 0.
SUN. 1:45, 5:10, 8:35. WK. NIGHTS 8:35 ROYAL OAK
the House committees on public only.
9 Academy Award Nominations
safety and public health.
David Niven, Deborah Kerr in
Jane Fonda, Gig Young In
"PRUDENCE & THE PILL"
"THEY SHOOT HORSES,
Mon. thru Fri. open 6:45,
Jerome Rosen to Lead
Shown 7:00, 10:20
DON'T THEY?"
eves open 6:45. Shown 5:55.

SUN. & MON. I I
SPECIAL 1

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Theater at Its Best: Meadow Brook
Scores in 'Summer and Smoke'

"THE OBLONG BOX"
State Reu. Daniel S. Cooper
Both in color
(Dem.-Oak Park) announced Mon-
EVERY WED. LADIES DAY
day he will be a candidate for state
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
senator in the 15th district, the seat
For Schedule Information
presently held by Sen. Sander M.
Call WO 1-7917
Levin.
Cooper, an attorney, is complet-
NOGHBORH.OM
ing his sixth year in the House of
Representatives. He was elected AMERICANA 44x8676 G"e”fi N-3:116
(Reserved Seat Engagement)
to represent the 69th district in
Barbra Streisand
1964 and re-elected in 1966 and
In
1968.
"HELLO DOLLY
The 15th District covers areas
Mon.
thru
Sat. 8:15
in Southeastern Oakland Coun-
Sun. 1:30, 5:00 8. 8:15,

The Oak Park Symhpony Orches-
863-3611
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
tra, under the direction of conduc-
tor Jerome Rosen, will present its
final concert of the season 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at Oak Park High
School.
As guest soloist, Rita Sloan will
play the Schumann Piano Concerto
in A Minor.
Tickets can be purchased at Har
risons Violins in Berkley, Mumford
and Dressing . Music Shop in Oak Park, the Oak
Open 7 Days a
ph • Park Library and the Oak Park

Week, 11 a.m. to 9
P.M.
With Potatoes & Cole Slow or $
• Community Center.
Tossed Salad, Roll & Butter,
The mayors of 13 South Oakland
Dessert (Pie, Pudding or Jello.)
Alban's
111 County communities will be honor-
red=rinTgrT- I ed at a reception following the per-
Private Offers.
646-6553
„formance. Mayor Joseph Forbes
of Oak Park and Roger Harter,
chairman of the Symphony Society,
will be official hosts_

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Friday, April 3, 1970-37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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3:20, 5:40, 8:05, 10:15. SUN. 12:35, 2:50,
5:05, 7:25, 9:40. WK. NIGHTS 7:25, y:40.

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Starts WED. .Midnight Cowboy" nom-
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