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April 14, 1978 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewi
" sh-Descended Austrian Artist earns Israel Acclaim

Caricatures

By MARGUERITE
At the opening of the
KOZENN CHAJES
Salzburg Festival 1977 the
guest
speaker was Leopold
At
a
recent
exhibition
of
for your party
paintings by the Austrian S. Senghor, the president of
the
Republic
of Senegal. For
artist Friedensreich Hun-
B y
dertwasser in Haifa, some the past decade the arran-
Detroiters admired his gers of the Salzburg Festi-
work, its extraordinary col- vals had invited interna-
ors, and acquired several of tionally recognized per-
sonalities as main speakers
his prints.
Call
Hundertwasser belongs for the opening of cere-
today to the leading inter- monies.
Dr. Senghor chose the
national painters. He had
exhibitions in many coun- topic "Austria as an Ex-
pression of Universal
tries on all the continents.
Culture" and particu-
larly discussed the works
DRAPES w/matcking BEDSPREADS & WALLPAPER
and
cultural contribu-
-DAKOTAH SPREADS-
tions of composer
HURTIG INTERIORS
Wolfgang Amadeus
Call oappointm ent
Mozart" the poet Rainer
ff
itr ohuorme.
Maria Rilke and the
ESTIMATES
painter Hundertwasser.
Of the latter Dr. Senghor
said: "His mother Elsa was
Jewish i.e. of originally
Mediterranean extraction.
The history of the Jewish
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guest speaker at a summit
brunch for the university,
noon Sunday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The brunch is in advance
of the May 18 annual dinner
of the Detroit Friends of
Yeshiva University.
For information, call the
Detroit Friends of Yeshiva
University, 237-0538.

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Diaspora, rich in persecu-
tions and battles, has shar-
pened their already logical
thinking, always alert to
grasp reality and to trans-
form it. This phenomenon is

more alive in Hundertwas-
ser because his childhood

and youth (he was born in
1928) until the end of World
War II were bruised by per-
secution and extermina-
tions of the Nazi era, which
cost his mother's family an

achievements of European

rationalism — vision, ideas,
customs — in order to re-
cover the power of vision, of
emotion and of creation of
our lost paradise, when the
senses, the spirit, and the
souls of men were yet un-
spoiled."

ing to impose its will from
the outside.
This coalition asks
that the Carter Administ-
ration reconsider and
withdraw its proposal to
link the sales of jet air-
craft to Israel, Egypt and
Saudi Arabia. It also asks
the members of Congress
to let President Carter
know that this proposal
will be defeated if it is
placed before the Con-
gress."
The coalition is chaired
by William Stodghill, presi-
dent of the A. Philip Ran-
dolph Institute, and Nor-
man Naimark, social and
political action chairman of
the Labor Zionist Alliance.

Business Briefs

Trend Setters Salon
announces operator Polly
Aprahamian, whose name
was inadvertently left out of
its recent advertisement, is
available for hair cuts and
stylings. For an appoint-
ment, call her at the salon,
557-5856.

* * *

Birmingham
Gemological Services,
Ltd., located at 128 S.
Woodward, Birmingham,
qnnour. ces "gemprinting," a
in, 'hod of identifying
diam, -•cls by the laser
photogra2h made of their
reflection, 1, available.
For informati. -• or ap-

The

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NY Candidate

Sparkling, crystal clear

enormous sacrifice."
President Senghor con-
tinued: "For Hundertwas-
ser transautomation sig-
nified the rejection of all the

Jewish-Black Coalition Hits
Carter Arms Sales Package

The coalition of the Labor
Zionist Alliance and the A.
Philip Randolph Institute,
United Black Trade Un-
ionist Chapter, issued a
statement at its last meet-
ing protesting the linking of
sales of military aircraft to
Israel, Egypt and Saudi
Arabia.
The statement continued
in part:
By making the sale of
aircraft to Israel conditional
upon sales to these Arab
states, the Carter Ad-
ministration has indicated
that it, no longer, will be the
honest broker between the
parties, but, rather, it will
become an active particip-
ant in the conflict, attempt-

pointment, call gemologist
James R. Krol, 644-8828.
* * *
Austin A. Ranter, char-
tered life underwriter, gen-
eral agent in Detroit for Na-
tional Life Insurance Co. of
Vermont, has received the
firm's Dillon Award "for
outstanding performance in
agency management and
operations in 1977." Kanter
also was the recipient of the
National Management
Award "for excellence in
agency operations and de-
velopment for the sixth con-
secutive year."
* * *
Life insurance agents
who have gained member-
ship for 1978 in the Life In-
surance Leaders of Michi-
gan organization are:

Maurice A. Betman, Bruce
Bowman, Ronald L Caden, Paul
M. Davidson, Bruce J. Finsilver„
Howard H. Finsilver, Harold M.
Freed, Earl M. Friedman, Ben R.
Garfield, Joel F. Garfield, Ed-
ward Gordon, Jerald Kaufman,
A.Michael Levin, Gordon R.
Meisner, Alan Nathan, Solomon
Rothenberg, Paul L. She risen,
'
Ralph B. Stillwell, Frank Wolff
and Louis L Zuckerman.

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Hauser, a former U.S. rep-
resentative on the United
Nations Commission on
Human Rights and active in
Jewish causes, has an-
nounced her candidacy for
the Republican nomination
to succeed retiring New
York Attorney General
Louis J. Lefkowitz.
Six different Republicans
have been mentioned for the

nomination.

Friday, April 14, 1918

The
Whistle-Stop
Theatre will present its
production "Prof. Pompous
and the Pumpkin Patch" 2
p.m. April 30 at the Labor
Zionist Institute. The play
is sponsored by Ha-Omer
Chapter of Pioneer Women,
and proceeds will benefit
the women's projects in Is-
rael.
There is a charge. Re-
freshments will be availa-
ble. For tickets and infor-
mation, call the chairman,

Karen Berris, 968-8126.

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