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October 11, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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BREVITIES

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 11, 1974-39

DRAPKIN

Hasidic Wisdom

Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Social Events

Photography

To love God truly, one must
College, Theater Arts Depart- party 8 p.m. Saturday at Oak
647-5731
first
love man. And if anyone
Park
High
School.
Proceeds
ment, UN 2-8000.
will go toward the city's boys' tells you that he loved God
Eves. and Weds.
ACADEMY OF DRAMA- baseball program. There will and does not love his fellow-
Jack Drapkin
TIC ART OF OAKLAND be prizes. Irwin Cohen is pro- man, you will know that he
851-2671
gram
chairman.
Tickets
are
UNIVERSITY will open its
is lying.
Over 30 Years
1974-75 season with the Pu- available at the door or from
MAX SCHRUT
litzer Prize-winning play Gary Colbert, president, 398-
for quality photographs
"J.B.," by Archibald Mac- 5318.
* * *
and fast_service
Leish 8:15. p.m. Thursday at
Oakland's Studio Theater.
MEADOW BROOK THEA-
call me at
Performances will also be TER wil present Arthur Mil-
THE CHAI
presented Friday, Oct. 20, ler's "DEATH OF A SALES-
BLAIR-KEITH
With the new
24-27. The play is the bibli- MAN" Jan. 2-26. According
STUDIO
cal story of Job, retold in to 'David Kanter, managing
fashion look
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas '
20th Century style. For in- director, the play will replace
o-f-
fine chains,
ome to your home with samples
formation, call the academy, the previously scheduled "A
we've
added
8-9111 or 895-8805
Touch of the Poet" by Eu-
1-377-3015.
* *
the chaff, in
gene O'Neill.
* *
OAK PARK COMMUNITY
gold tone
THEATER
will
present
"The
GARELICK'S
GALLERY,
acriminuttng
or • the Ui
metal.
Perfect
Horrible Things at Home", 280 N. Woodward, Birming-
to fill in the
an original children's musi- ham, will present the sculp-
C4e3t•a
itt and hi3
neckline of
cal, 7:30 p.m. today and Sat- tures of BETTY JACOB Sun-
urday and Oct. 18-19. There day through Nov. 2. The ex-
your shirts
also will be a 2 p.m. perform- hibit will contain 25 works.
and
sweaters.
ance •on both Saturdays. For A preview and reception will
Great
gift. $4.
reared,:
re41 awl •• •
tickets, call the theater, 545- be held 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Ms.
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Jacob has been awarded
* * *
commissions for many cen-
OAK PARK • EXTENDED ters, including the Ford Motor
GED TEST Co. and North Park Towers.
10 GAL. TANKS AT $2.99 gt EDUCATION
* * *
CENTER will giVe its next
ALL FRESHWATER FISH 2 for $1.00t examinations 7-11 p.m. Mon- DETROIT TOWN HALL
1312
day and 'Tuesday, and 7-9 wil begin its 46th season with
83 p.m.
cia
Wednesday. Examinees RALPH NADER 11 a.m.
FISH & SUPPLIES
1t TROPICAL
are asked to pay the regis- Wednesday at the Fisher
FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH
:213 tration fee prior to taking Theater. For tickets, call
the tests. The office is open Town- Hall, 871-0094.
TANKS
20%
DISCOUNT
ON
* * *
HOODS
6-10 p.m. daily except Fri-
• FILTERS
ALL EQUIPMENT
"3ti day evenings. Deadline for
SOUTHFIELD COMMUNI-
AND SUPPLIES
registration is 6:45 p.m. TY ART ASSOCIATION will TELEGRAPH AT MAPLE, Birmingham
WITH THIS AD
•- cooL,...
Monday. For information, sponsor an ART SHOW 9:30
Call the center, 548-9294:
a.m.-9 p.m. today and 9:30
::: * •
1 ; k i l t Ill. 547-7090 OPEN SUNDAY
a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday at the
uno
COOLIDGE
MALL—
23121-Coolidge
Hwy.,
Oak
Park
OAK PARK JAYCEES will Orchard Mall, Maple and Or-
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* * *
JUNIOR WOMEN'S ASSO-
CIATION FOR THE .. DE-
TROIT SYMPHONY - OR-
CHESTRA will sponsor a
series of LECTURE-OPEN
REHEARSALS 1 p.m. Wed-
nesdays at the Ford Audi-
torium. Rehearsals are pre-
ceded by lectures given by
Mrs. Robert Kaiser, musicolo-
• Raspier Lentil
gist. The programs include
• Boot Lentil
FROM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th thru WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16th OW
"From What I Hear," Georg
*Loather Look
Semkow, conductor and Leon-
• Pilo Look
*Seed,•Look
ard " Rose. cellist, Nov. 6;
*Wool Look
"A Russian Kaleidoscope,"
Loads of styles to _
Aldo Ceccato, conductor and
choose from. Most
Leonid Kogan, cellist, Feb.
styles with hoods.
5; and "It Sounds Like . . .",
Paul Freeman, conductor
Beige,- brown, blue,
and Alexis Weissenberg,
plum, and many
in Navy ... Bone/Black .. :Brown
pianist, Mar. 5. For informa- za
other colors.'
tion, call the association, 886-
8510, or 886-4036.
$1ZES4to6X
*
Keyboard Master CLAU-
$
DIO ARRAU will appear as
guest soloist with the DE-
BIM 7 TO 14
TROIT SYMPHONY OR
CHESTRA 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
also
day and Oct. 19 at Ford Audi-
torium. The orchestra's mu-
sic director, Aldo Ceccato,
will conduct these subscrip-
tion concert performances,
which
also will feature the
In Suede: Tan . , . green
University of Michigan Choir.
. . . rust . . . black
The program will include
Ives's "Three Places in New
England," Beethoven's Piano
DEPARTMENT. STORE FOR CHILDR N
Concerto No. 5 and the or-
chestras first performances
TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph
of Verdi's "Four S a c r e d
OPEN DAILY
SUNDAY 12 to 5 P.M.
Pieces." For ticket informa-
10 ool. to 9 p.m.
ALSO NORTHWQOD SHOPPING CENTER
tion, call Ford Auditorium,
13 MILE AT WOODWARD
961-0700.

THE PALM RIVER BALL
to benefit the Bicentennial
festival of Detroit dance corn-
panies will be held 7 p.m.
Oct. 21 at the Palm River
Club. Harriet Berg, Jewish
Center dance coordinator, is
co-chairman. The cabaret-
style dinner-theater, "The
Palm River Ball — Dance of
The Decades" will feature
ballroom, tap, modern, rock
and jazz dances representa-
tive of their respective dec-
ades. George Zeff will be
master of ceremonies. There
is a per person charge. For
information, call Marygrove

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Three things restore a
man's good spirits: music,
fair sights, sweet smells.
Three things increase a man's
self-esteem: a good home, a
good wife', good clothes.
—Talmud

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