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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Cooper and Forbes Named Majority Leaders

Daniel S. Cooper (D—Oak
Park) has been elected ma-
jority floor leader in the state
Senate by the unanimous vote
of the Democratic caucus.
Rep. Joseph Forbes (D—
Oak Park), former Oak Park
mayor, was elected house
majority floor leader. Forbes
has been a state representa-
_ tive since - 1970.
He is chairman of the
House Urban Affairs Com-
mittee, and was selected over

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Rep. Philip Mastin Jr. (D—
Hazel Park).
Cooper was reelected to
the state Senate from the
15th District earlier this
month. The district includes
Huntington Woods, Oak Park,
Southfield, Lathrup Village,
Farmington, Farmington
Hills, Novi, Wixom, Walled
Lake, South Lyon and part
of Northville as well as the
townships of Milford, Com-

merce, Lyon, Novi and Royal
Oak.
Sen. Cooper was first elect-
ed to the Senate in 1970, and
was namedDemocratic
"whip" and served on the
judiciary committee and the
joint administrative rules
committee.
Cooper will assume his new
leadership position when the
new state Senate convenes
in January.

Annual UJC Plenary Tuesday

The 75th annual meeting of
the United Jewish Charities
will be held 8 p.m. Tuesday,
in room 202 of the main Jew-
ish Community Center.
The assembly will be in
conjunction with a meeting of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion board of governors.
Alfred L. Deutsch, presi-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Malbins Give
Artworks to
Art Institute

Noted art collector, Mrs.
Lydia Winston Malbin, has
given the Detroit Institute of
Arts eight gifts of art valued
at $250,000.
The gifts include two oil
paintings, a bronze sculpture,
three prints and two antiques.
Detroit Mayor Coleman A.
Young accepted the gifts on
behalf of the city.
Mrs. Malbin, daughter of
the late Detroit 'architect Al-
bert Kahn, began her art col-
lection 40 years ago with her
late first husband. Harry L.
Winston. She lived in, Detroit
until a month ago when she
and her husband, Dr. Barnett
Malbin, moved to New York.
Among the gifts is an oil
painting by French surrealist
Yves Tanguy, "Shadow Coun-
try:" Russian painter Chaim
Soutine's "Red Gladioli;"
Italian sculptor Francesco
Somaini's bronze, "Great
Wounded One," prints by As-
ger Jorn, Anton Heyboer and
Tanguy; an Etruscan funer-
ary urn from the Fourth Cen-
tury BCE 'and a Roman Cor-
inthian capital from the Third
Century CE.

dent of UJC, will present the
charities' annual report. Mil-
ton J. Miller and Samuel
- Acne, Deep Pore Cleansing,
Schiff, co-chairmen of the
elash Tinting, Waxing,
JWF-UJC endowment fund,
Make-up Advice
will report on the past year's
For Free Consultation Call
activities.
The business meeting will
include the election of new di-
559-3066
rectors. U J C nominating
chairman Erwin S. Simon will
announce committee recom-
mendations.
During the Federation
meeting, president Mandell L.
Berman will present Federa-
tion's three annual young
leadership awards to Burton
Eleanor Heyman
Marion Feuerman
D. Farbman, Stanley D.
Frankel, and Mrs. Joel D.
El-Mars has expanded to serve you better
(Shelby) Tauber, the 1974 re-
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WE CAN SEIL YOUR MINK COATS, JACKETS,
Happening to Join
Invitations to the meeting
S-TOLES, FUN FURS, PERSIANS,
have been extended to the Longtime Friends
BROADTAIL FURS, FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc
spouses of UJC directors,
A lifetime friendship will
Federation governors, and be renewed when Lubavitch
the families of three award "man of the year" honoree
honorees.
Nathan P. Rossen is joined
13661 W. 11 Mile, just West . of Coolidge
by Theodore Belarsky, re-
Oak Park, Mich. ( Across from A & P)
In the beginning sin is like nowned baritone, at the "Ha-
a thread of a spider's web, sidic Happening," 7:30 p.m.
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.
but in the end it becomes like Dec. 3 in Ford Auditorium.
No phone calls please..
Belarsky who once sang
the cable of a ship.—Midrash
with the Leningrad Opera in
Russia came to the United
States and established a suc-
cessful operatic career before
devoting his efforts to Jew-
ish folk music. He appeared
under many famous conduc-
tors among them Arturo Tos-
cannini. He portrayed leading
roles with the San Francisco
Opera Company, the Chicago
Civic Opera and the New
York City Center.
Concert chairman is David
Hermelin. Transportation will
be available at a nominal fee.
FEATURING THE LATEST
Points of departure include:
• Dresses • Gowns • Pant suits
6:30, Mishkan Israel (Luba-
vitch Center); 6:30, (second
• Sweaters • Blouses • Sportswear
bus) Jewish Center Branch,
and 6:40, Jewish Center main
building. For bus reserva-
On Premises
543-0545
tions and tickets, call Marilyn
13721 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Klein, 398-2611.
Next to Shari Lynn Cleaners
Diore Bldg. Suite 206, Oak Park

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Center Symphony
Pop Concert Near

Selections from "Fiddler
On The Roof" will be heard
in the Jewish Community Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra's
second concert of the season
3:30 p.m. Dec. 1, in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater.
The program, under the di-
rection of Julius Chajes, will
feature as guest artists Ann-
ette Chajes, mezzo-soprano;
Robert Angus, tenor; and Fe
dora Horowitz, pianist. Ger-
shwin's "Piano Concerto in
F," Enesco's "Romanian
Rhapsody" and Straus's
"Gypsy Baron Overture" will
be presented.
Tickets for the concert are
now on sale. A babysitting
service during the concert
will be available at a nominal
charge for children age 3 to
7. For information, contact
the Center, 341-4200.

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Friday, Nev. 22, 1974 47

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Justice Goldberg Praises U.S.
Support of 'Isolated' Israel

"We meet at an hour when
Israel is in terrible danger—
more isolated than ever be-
fore. In 1967 Israel had sev-
eral allies, but that support
has disappeared:"
Speaking of the 60th anni-
versary celebration Sunday
at Cobo Hall for the Beth

Rediscovering
Oneness, of Jewry

We are living in an age in
which Jewish souls have been
so intolerably anguished by
the vastness of Jewish mar-
tyrdom, by the cold indif-
ference of the world to that
martyrdom and then briefly
and strangely and not without
an echoing pang have been
elated by the establishment
of the M e d i n a t Yisrael.
These have been the experi-
ences of the contemporary
Jew. And to these should be
added too, the war in Israel,
the war which would have
been lost, had not naked
hands been able for a space
to hold off tanks—had not, as
a sagacious journalist wrote,
the koach ha-ish, the powe:
of man, of moral heroism,
been stronger than the koach
ha-esh, the power of fire, of
ammunition.
Jews who have witnessed
this, Jews who are deeply
troubled by their being and
the future of that being,
why should they not descend
to the depth of their souls,
of their psyches, and redis-
cover their oneness with the
sources of their people's
life?—Ludwig Lewisohn, in
"The American Jew," written
24 years ago.

Yehudah Schools, Justice Ar-
thur J. Goldberg said that Is-
rael's isolation in the diplo-
matic, political and military
world is offset by the aid of
the United States.
"I hope the U. S. will con-
tinue its support. I would like
to see a stronger declaration
that the U. S. won't let Israel
go down the drain," he said.
The dinner, attended by
about 1,000 persons, was high-
lighted by the presentation of
the Golden Torah Award to
Hillel L. Abrams, president
of the Beth Yehuda Schools
for the past 10 years. He was
honored "in recognition of
his efforts_ for Torah educa-
tion."
Mrs. Abrams, Rabbi Nor-
man Kahn, administrator;
and Mrs. Anna Nusbaum all
were cited for the efforts for
the yeshiva. David Weingar-
den, a Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah senior and winner of a
National Merit Scholarship
spoke on the importance of
Torah education.
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Radomer Aid Plans
Meeting and Party

Radomer Aid Society will
have an executive meeting 8
p.m. Tuesday' at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
A Hanuka diner party will
be held Dec. 3 at the Work-
men's Circle. An Israeli film
and entertainment will be
featured.

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