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April 25, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

GRAND OPENING SALE!

FRIDAY-WEDNESDAY

Sy_lvia's third store in West Bloomfield
is now open with the most beautiful
sportswear anywhere. To celebrate, all
three stores will offer their ENTIRE
STOCK of spring and summer fashions
at savings of

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SOUTH FIELD

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Just W. of Northwestern
Phone: 354.3554
Mon-Sot 10-5:30 Sunday 12-4

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WEST BLOOMFIELD
6684 Orchard Lake Rd.

Just N. of Long Lake

Just S. of Maple
West Bloomfield Plaza
• Mon-Sat 10-5:30
Thurs-Fri 10-8:30
Sunday 12-4

Kings Row Center

Phone: 689.0200

Mon-Sat 10-5:30

Thurs-Fri 10-8:30

Sunday 12-4

Mrs. Ellmann Feted on 88th

Scores of friends *ho
gathered last week in her
home in Fort Lauderdale,
Fla. to honor Jean Ellmann,
widow of Judge James I.
Ellmann of Highland Park,
Mich., on her 88th birthday,
combined the function for
the former Detroit with ap-
preciation for her poetic
skills.
During her Florida resi-
dence of the past five years,
Mrs. Ellmann, who has
written hundreds of verses,
especially for children, most
of them addressed to her
grandchildren, has made
some appearances in poetic
circles. Her 88th birthday
was marked also by re-
peated poetic readings to
the Gallad Group of Bro-
ward Community College.
During the week of her
birthday she gave a prayer
to the Brandeis University
Women of Fort Lauderdale
which was acclaimed as one
of her latest impressive
poetic expressions. The
Prayer:

GOD, let us not postpone
being happy, but out of each
day extract not only the
glory of its joy, but the lan-
guid beauty of its pain. Let
us glean the virtue behind
evil, give us imagination to
construct a forest out of but
one tree, an ocean from a

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Friday, April 25, 1975 35

The Michigan Trade
Union Council for Histadrut
will sponsor a conference
May 23 at the Walter and
May Reuther UAW Family
Education Center at _Black
Lake, Mich.
The theme of this year's
conference is "Labor at the
Crossroads . .. Coping
With Inflation and the Oil
Crisis." A number of promi-
nent Israeli officials and
trade union leaders are
scheduled to participate in
the proceedings.
Sessions will be devoted
to "American Labor's Stake
in Israel," "A View of the
Future of the U. S. Auto
Industry," "The Political
Ramifications of the Oil Cri-
sis," "Peace or War in the
Middle East?" and "The
Energy Crisis — Implica-
tions for Labor."

Among the speakers
are: Prof. Jack Flagler,
Labor Education Service,
Industrial Relations Cen-
ter, University of Minne-
sota; Irving Bluestone,
vice president, UAW, and
director of its General
Motors Department; Yaa-
cov Keinan, counsel for
Press and Information,
Israel Consulate, Chicago;
and Gregory Bardacke,
national executive direc-
tor, American Trade
Union Council for Histad-
rut.

A full program of educa-
tional and recreational ac-
tivities for young and old is
being planned, and applica-
tions to participate in the
conference are being han-
dled pn a first come-first
served basis. For informa-
tion, call Histadrut,
851-0606, or write Michigan
Trade Union Council, 28555
Middlebelt, Farmington
48024.

and Mrs. Richard Ellmann,
in this country on a sabbati-
cal from Oxford University,
England. He is. considered
the world's outstanding au-
thority on Joyce and Yeats.

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

Music at its Best

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seashell, from a grain of
dust a -majestic mountain.
Let -us not look out on loveli-
ness without surprise,
Teach us to see the bigness
in small things, to under-
. stand the silence behind the
din, the tale in Your Unlan-
guaged world, the life in.
death.

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Let our souls soar to their
MI height a little every day.
And, since in Your scheme
.of things no time is set aside
for being happy, show us
along the way to Iveave of
dreams a garland to set
upon the brow of every
morning. Let us throb with
the joy of living today.

Attending the 88th birth-
day function for Mrs. Ell-
mann were some Detroiters,
including her son.Erwin.
Also present were her son
and daughter-in-law, Prof.

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