39—Friday, February 25, 1972
I B inglet , Readied Poster Ayailable,
THE DEMPHT JEWISH- HEWS
News Brevi es
to Art: Ciillectors
Wayne State University's CEN-
TER FOR TEACHING ABOUT
PEACE AND WAR, along -with
IONA COLLEGE of the University
of Windsor. are co-sponsoring a
three-day CHINA CONFERENCE.
Sessions will start at 10:30 a.m..
noon, 3:30 and 7:30 p.m. March
8-11 at Wayne State University.
Rackham Auditorium and on the
campus of the University of Wind-
sor. For information about topics,
times and locations, call the
-Center. 577-3453, or 577-3468.
ESVID--East Side Voice of In-
dependent Detroit—an organization
to help area people to help them-
selves. needs donations of recre-
ational equipment such as ping
pong and pool tables, record
players and small table games.
They can also use donated file
cabinets or small desks. This East
Side agency, which operates a
methadone drug clinic, school and
newspaper and uses area residents
almost exclusively as volunteers.
is funded by New Detroit. Detroit ,
Health Department and Act 54..
For pickup of items, call-Mr. Hai--
Contrary to accepted custom,
which, generally, pagan female
musicians from ultEuwelnks • of
be -.seven ladies performing as
.. of the PRAGUE SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA, when it
comes to the Masonic Auditorium.
March .3. The ladies-invasion of
the orehestia did' not occur Without
difficulties. ,The men first objected
on 'the basis of difficulties while
touring a br o ad.Biit because
Czechoslovakia has 16 symphony
orchestras and there is still a
lack of quality musicians, rational
reasoning prevailed. Today, the-or-
chestra numbers two married
couples and - one engaged couple.
Tickets for the March 3 perform-
ance of the Prague Symphony
are available- at the Masonic Audi-
torium box office, Grinnell's and
all J.L. Hudson ticket centers.
MUMFORD, HIGH SCHOOL,
class of 1962, is planning a re-
union at the Roostertail supper
club the evening of June 3. For
information, call Sheldon B. Sand-
A special woman'S program will
be offered by Oakland University's
Contiputrn Center at Farinington
Unitarian' Church March 16-April
25. Mrs. Elaine Stulberg and Mrs.
Jeanne Schwartz Of Oak Park are
amc ig the group leaders who will
work ' iii the INVESTIGATION
INTO IDENTITY program, to help
women-find a meaningful life style
for themselves. A free orientation
session runs from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
March 16, followed by Tuesday and
Thursday_ Afternoon sessions
through April 25. An evening pro-
gram will be offered March 28-
April 30 at Brookside School in
To Mr. and Mrs. Bloomfield Hills. For information
the Continuum Center, 377-
Michael J. Byer (Terry Gendle-
man), 29490 Everett, Southfield, 3033.
Jack Goldstein announces the
forming of DRUG ADDICTION
SPECIALISTS. an'brganization de-
signed to provide private counsel-
ing for individuals with a drug
problem, to act as a consultant
for existing programs and to ren-
der other services for those wish-
ing to know more about the prob-
lem. For information, call Jack
Goldstein, 874-0771 or 875-0156.
the state's most illustrious sons
deserves some significant tribute
on the occasion of his centenary."
The author 'describes Couzens as
one of the most controversial fig-
ures in the history of Detroit and
-Washington politics and a peren-
nial champion of the working class,
even though be himself was a:
- For- 21 years, until his death in
1936, Couzens devoted himself to
public service. He was Detroit po-_,
An exhibition and sale of
original art by RICHARD AN-
ZINGER will be staged in the
Verve Art Galleries, 11139 Mo-
rang. beginning March 4.
lice- -commissioner and mayor and
later U.S. Senator. His lasting mon-
ument, hoWever, was the establish-..
ment in 1929 of the Children's Fund
of Michigan, a terminal - philan-
thropic' foundation to which Couz-
ens gave two gifts totaling $11,-.
880,700. Together with earnings of
nearly $0,000,000 from investments,
the two bequests grew to nearly
$18,000,000 before they were dis-.
persed in 1954,. in conformity with
the 25-year terminus of the fund. •
The article labels' Couzens as
'one of the truly colorful personal%
ities of the Michigancentury:" R.
also' cells ::Couzens a rciajoi WitiaL
reformer - In 20th"
who -haaluid- few'
Feb. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
- HILSON MEETS
neth Eaton Jr., (Sharon Gould). AMERICAN ROYALTY," which
28252 Tapert, Southfield, a son, is broadcast from 7 to 9 p.m.
Wednesdays on WBRB-FM 1102.7),
next week will feature Eli Wallach,
're * 8
To Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Anne Jaekson and Hume Cronyn,
nold Edelstein (Barbara Boxman stars of "Promenade All."
of Detroit), of Honolulu, a son,
Center Offers Review
o • •
Jan. 24—To _Mr. and Mrs. Alan of, Evenwb5 for Seniors
Cron (Sandra Starmaa4. former
Detroltetti. of -Lotr -Angelet, a son; -The Jewish- Center is starting a
Abattoir liffehael ; '
SUITE 364 ADVANCE BLDG. •
23077 Greefifiiiid:-,ar-9 Mile •
You can't hide un-
or chemically re- ,-
Let mg deesonierat. •the NEW
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cin • any part: of thaiiody. FASTER -
THAN OLD ,AligT,HODS, 145ED.
Lerrerrs the skin soft and snoods.
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next door to us
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new-Proitradv-ke; Aettior -adults: At
10 . 41.M.'iiitlellins7 the 10 Mile
TA -51r.: 'mit'
--Cenber -,, Offers a
Gerbs (Susan Wiener.), Rens- `Wee.
selaer, Oak Park,.-it .son;Matthea,
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A people cannot ignore its 2,000
Year4dd legaiy which contains -the.
couasei et.)010XiTilitla 'EnIP10Y- roots of its !rehire and fate and,!
HER5Ht . ROTH
ment ,, Security Comer
and So to speak; :begin all over again. •
served -"id trail: Watt ey
Had we followed' this course, we
era and worked with .
would. have become a new people
Haber in the development of- etn- without Any historical significance
4keltmenV security le
LiOr onrselves or for mankind.—
. 'doldirann,' The Jeviish People
i in the Twentieth CenttirY.
RABBI S. ZACHARIMIr 44.1
Magically Competent' re
etivittes -in society
In Homo or Hospital
The Ruda F'ainiliChib: Will hold a Purim patty -8 p.m. Saturday-
Serving Hospitals and Homes
sat the. home Of Mr. and Mrs. ;Oscar Wolfe, 19810 Magnolia, South-,
field. There. will be shalakhinsanot and Purim ;refreshments, honoring'
3(etta' Ruda on her becom1ng president of Ivan Bloch Chapter of
Xlitiand pf,',Nettihgitte. *,;()Akirgiii, xecentlY
Hotise with their chil- •
dren, Mr and. Min.:. Hyman-. Weiner; 10.74,1 Mrs. Louis Leserman and ;
Mr. and Mrii. Weitter'Sefferheld.:
cially children, be made the sub-
ject of some official observance of
the anniversary. " Surely, one of
Feb. 17—To Dr. and Mrs. Ste-
phen J. Rope (Jeri Berman), 24111
Ithaca, Oak Park. a daughter,
by Herman Wise
much of lastingvalue for Detroit,
the state of Michigan, the natiOn,,,
and Most of all for .sieriple, espe-
The annual -banqiie, Mikvab'
Israel ..and the Women's--Okthodox
NEW YORK—Nissan` Engel,
League will be held 6:30 p.m. San -
day at Shaarey Shomayim Syne- well-known Israeli artist - has de-
"Sfgrted• a stunning poster for
AladAYsah'S anniversary ex-.
abbi Samson. R.,.wetu
. • exeeu-
tive vice president, Union of Or-1 ficialon. 2•1'lke Word From Jerusa-
lem," which 4111 be seen- at the
thodox Jewish Congregations. will
Jewish Museuni here during the
be guest speaker.
entire month of March. -
Proceeds from the dinner will
A seven-color lithograph, the
go to support the ritualarium in art is a celestial sphere in- many
10 Mile Rd.
tones of blue, with a gloWing sun
For reservations, call Maryin in the- upper heinisphere and the
silhouette of Jerusalem in burnish-
ed tones below. The poster, a limit-
ed edition, will`•be sold at the
Engel was born in Haifa in 1931,
attended the Bezalel.Art School in
Jernsalem and the Centre -Drama-
tique tie L'Est in Strassbourg.
Public tribute, marking the .cen- France, where he designed thea-
tenary of the birth of. James Couz- trical sets -and costumes. His work
ens, former Detroffmayor and U.S._ has been exhibited in group- and
senator from Michigan, is urged one-man shows in the United
in a feature article and editorial States and Europe, and is in many
in the March-Aprtt issue of Impres- prominent private- and public col-
sario Magazine, a publication de- lections.
voted to the arts and leisure. Rob-
Rabbi DANIEL M. LOWY of
ert B. Tuttle, of Adrian, is editor:
Cong. Bnai Israel, Muskegon,- will
publisher of Impressarie
Written by Herman. Wise, for- represent the Jewish Chautausua
mer Detroit newspaperman and Society as- lecturer at Nazareth`
music . critic, the article, titled_ College in Kalamazoo, March 8..
He will -lecture on the subject "The
"Two-Fisted James Couzens." -says
Theology of the Modern Jews."
in part: "In.August,1972, the 100th
Anniversary- of Couzens' birth will
be noted. Not, that the Senator
would approve were he still alive;
yet, it seems only 'fitting that this-
man who came from lowly - begin-
nings and - who accomplished so
- lri •
Nweasmotiox. jeerirlr, A- oh lb.poort
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