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April 09, 1971 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, April 9, 1971

`Effort, Inc., Asks Aid for Retarded;!Bal Carnival II
Needs Rummage Place, Use of Truck on ORT Calendar

Adrienne Rothenbelv
6
to Wed Mr. Weinstein

Michigan Region of Women's
To aid ,a large group of mentally I as close to normal life as possible
retarded who can be helped to fit and still have the protection, guid- American ORT will hold its annual
into our society, Effort, Inc., with ance and comfort expected for ORT Ball 6:30 p.m. April 18 at
the Raleigh House. Entertainment,
offices at 1953 Penobscot Bldg.,. everyone.
will sponsor a "flea market" sale
"The first and most important dinner and cocktails will be fea-
May 15 and 16.
thing to he accomplished is to pro- tured.
Tickets for the dinner-dance,
H. Ford Prince, president of vide the initial or pilot residence
Effort, Inc., and Mrs. Edith Wig- and to put into action the very called the Bal Carnival II, are
der, vice president, have stated, things that we have previously available by contacting Mrs. Bar-
however, that they still need a mentioned. The proceeds of this bara Travis, 626-0747.
store or adequate quarters for that sale will go into our fund being
sale and that assistance is re- raised for the habilitation of young
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
quired in use of a loaned truck for men and women in the community.
Portraiture of Distinction
delivery of the articles to be placed Our goal is to remove many re-
For Your Wedding
on sale at this "Flea tIlarket." tarded citizens from the state in-
Formals - Candids - Direct Color
The truck will be needed on May stitutions and put them into a self-
3223 W. McNichols
14. Large paper bags also are need- supporting situation."
Nr. Muirlond
ed as a contribution to this func-
Call 341-4141
tion.
• 1 Local

MISS ADRIENNE

ROTHENBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rothenberg
of Norfolk Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Adri-
enne to Jerome Weinstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinstein of
Stratford Dr., Walled Lake.
Miss Rothenberg is a student at
Wayne State University. Her fiance
attends law school at Wayne.
A June wedding date has been
set.

AJCong ress Women
Want Emergency
Parley on Education

BOSTON (JTA) — Reaffirming
its support "for the funding of all
Jewish education by the American
Jewish community without seeking
or soliciting financial support in
the public sector," the National
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress called for the
adoption of a "national voluntary
tithe to create and fund an agency
devoted entirely to Jewish educa-
tion and culture" in the United
States.
The recommendation was con-
tained in a resolution adopted at
the closing session of the organi-
zation's biennial convention here.
It also called for a national
emergency conference on Jewish
education to which representatives
of Jewish youth groups would be
invited, to deal with "the crucial
problems and concerns of Jewish
education."
Other resolutions adopted called
on the Nixon administration to
continue to support Israel's right
to negotiate "secure and defensible
borders" with her neighbors and
to intervene with Egypt, Syria and
Iraq to end persecution of their
Jewish citizens and allow those who
so wish to leave.
A similar resolution called on
the Soviet Union to accord its
Jewish citizens all religious, cul-
tural and civil rights including the
right to emigrate to countries of
their choice.

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

For Custom Drapery
Cleaning, Call

Those wishing to assist by pro-
viding quarters, truck, or bags,
are asked to communicate with
Prince by calling. WO 3.0300, or
961-5673, or the secretary, Mrs.
Ruth Nagle, after 6 p.m., at 534-
0857.

Mrs. Louis Papo of Marlow
St., Oak Park Cancer Crusade
chairman, is greeted by Edgar
Bergen, the renowned ventrilo-
quist and a volunteer for the
American Cancer Society, at the
1971 Crusade Kickoff in Cincin-
nati. The kickoff prepares volun-
teers for the educational and
fund-raising crusade, to take
place in Oakland County the en-
tire month of April. The 1971
crusade goal is $175,000. Mrs.
Papo has served as a volunteer
with the American Cancer Soci-
ety for the past 11 years and is
a member of the Oakland Coun-
ty Unit's board of directors.

WE DO ALL THE WORK
REMOVE AND INSTALL

1 141 0 JOS. CAMPAU

TW 1-1818

Scburban Call Collect Dial Operator

Ask for ENterprise 7818 or
reverse charges

Art Pourri is the eclectic name
for the "living workshop" Jean
Ellis has established at 29455
Northwestern, Southfield.
The arts and crafts studio car-
ries her own weaving, as well as
jewelry, bronzes, sculpture, papier
mache creations, hand- painted
china, mobiles, pottery, paintings
and etchings.
Although she is hoping to have
one-man shows in the near future,
the owner currently is constantly
changing the works on display, with
new artists all the time, she said.

The Best Meat at The Best Prices
Springer 33c lb. (fresh daily)
Pullets 38c lb.

Side of Beef (Freezer Packed 65c lb.)

20215 W. 7 Mile

Free Delivery

255-3777

From LONDON, ENGLAND

ZAN GILBERT

and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to Your Individual Taste"

Call 551-9332

Holiday Greetings

CREATIONS by POLLAK'S

24123 Greenfield Road,

Southfield, Michigan

Phone 557-7744

e.?c. and

Madg e goilah

Once Again Available

artin- avid
rcliestra

lie

Broner, associate professor at
Monteith College, Wayne State
University, has been exhibiting
internationally as well as being
a visiting lecturer at Ohio State
University, University of Wiscon-
sin and University of Southern
California. While his show is on
at Hudson's, the Los Angeles
County Museum is bringing him
into Los Angeles for a lecture.

-'•

The Modern Sound of Distinction

Orchestras & Cocktail Combos of all sizes for all occasions
—Including HOUSE PARTIES !

featuring Solo Piano for cocktail hours.
MARTIN KOSINS

626-9680

626-9662

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

ti

Helen Zinberg R. E.
The hair you pluck will come back to haunt
you. Before you tweeze again, remember this
Quotation from one of the foremost medical
authorities on the subject of human hair:
"Plucking out strong hairs should never be
advised." Why not? Because the long term
penalties for continued plucking can be so

severe:

Folk Chorus Gets

1. You may stimulate the
the growth of additional
hairs around the one you
pull out.
2. You may cause succes-
sive generations of hair from
the abused follicle to grow
coarser, longer, darker.
3. You may cause skin irri-
tations, pits, scars.
4. You may make eventual
permanent removal slower
and costlier by pulling the
root and follicle out of
place.
Such risks are needless

in Tune for June 6

The Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus,
under the direction of Harvey
Schreibman, is planning its 46th
anniversary string concert for
June 6 at Oak Park High School.
The chorus is preparing a new
cycle of Hebrew, Yiddish and
English folk songs. Featured will
be the cantata, "Rozhinkes Mit
Mandlen," and "The Gettysburg
Address." Harold and Evelyn Or-
bach will appear as guest artists.

All the world is queer save thee
and me, and even thou art a little
queer--Robert Owen (1771-1858)..

Kosher for
Passover
but year-round
they are
first in quality
and kashrus.

Gonik's Kosher Meat, Fish & Poultry

Rib Steaks $1.09

In the last two years, Broner
has shown at, among others, the
First British International Print
Bienniale, at the Musee d'art Mod-
erne, Paris, at the Pop Graphics
Show in the Museum of Modern
Art in New York, at the Second
British International Print Biennale
and at the Museum of Modern Art
in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He is
currently exhibiting in the First
National Hawaii Print Show.

ARE NOT

NEWININI ■ ralMal ■

Prince pointed out that 85 per
cent of the mentally retarded "can
acquire many academic and vo-
cational skills, they can work pro-
ductively in our society if given the
opportunity." He explained the Ef-
fort, Inc., aspirations and aims:
"Effort, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 tax-
sheltered organization, was created
for and dedicated to the habilita-
tion of the retarded citizen—to pro-
vide an atmosphere congenial in
home living, occupation, recreation
and all other phases of everyday
living. One of the first and prime
functions of this organization will
he to secure a proper residence
to house the employable men and
women being placed by the Plym-
outh State Home and Training
School of Northville. The organiza-
tion plans to provide the necessi-
ROBERT BRONER
ties of living, such as food, cloth-
Noted
Detroit printmaker Robert
ing, education and training to help
each retarded citizen find a place Broner is having an exhibition at
J. L. Hudson's Gallery downtown,
opening May 1 and continuing for
three weeks.
OP Cancer Crusader
Broner prints from the found-
Leading April Effort
forms of this mechanical and tech-
nological age, using 'kitchen ware
such as collanders, strainers,
graters; or automobile parts. , the
clutch plate and gaskets; and also
the electric circuits of computer
technology. When he is through, tin
can lids have become shiny stars
in a tin can landscape; electric
circuits are enlarged in a silk-
screen portfolio to become organic,
waving plants; an automobile
clutch plate is placed against a
rainbowed sky to become a ring
around Saturn.

`Living Art Workshop'
Opened in Southfield

"All That The Name Implies"

Printmaker
ber t Broner Has
Show at Hudson's

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