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May 01, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38 Friday, May 1, 1981
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Israeli Artwork Holocaust
Memorabilia Are Exhibited

A variety of artworks by
Israeli artists will be on dis-
play and for sale during the
Israeli Graphics Exhibition
Monday through May 15 at
the Southfield Civic Center.

Hours are 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.

color-
Lithographs,
graphs, silkscreens, prints,

When I see no way of
teaching a truth but one
that will please one intelli-
gent man but will offend

drawings and jewelry will
be featured and the exhibi-
tion.
At the same time, David
Bergman, a Holocaust sur-
vivor, will exhibit his
sculptures depicting his
Holocaust experiences,
Monday through May 15.
The exhibit is open -Co the
public.

10,000 fools, I address my-
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the censure of the
thousands.

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Nancy Good, coordinator of the graphics exhibi-
tion with Meir Schonherz, is pictured with a painting
by Israeli artist, Emanuel Romano, from his "Scenes
from Sholem Aleich-em" series.

FRESH LAKE SUPERIOR
WHITEFISH

Southfield Sponsors Exhibit

A tender filet, laced with
Maitre D' butter. Includes
salad. rice pilav or baked

The Detroit Professional
Photographers Association
will display the works of its
members May 17-June 1 at
the parks and recreation
building in the Southfield
Civic Center.
Hours are 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
The public is invited.
The deadline for artists,
sculptors and photo-
graphers who wish to enter
the Southfield Fine Arts
Exhibition is Wednesday.
For details, call the South-
field Civic Center, 354-
4717.
The city of Southfield
will sponsor a workshop
for the opera "Manon
Lescaut" 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Marcotte
lecture hall in the South-
field Civic Center com-
plex.

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Free concerts will be
available this year in
Southfield beginning 7 p.m.
July 5 and held every Sun-
day at the Prudential Town
Center.

Therapy Retreat
in Farmington

Awareness Through
Movement lessons and a
demonstration of functional
integration of the body, de-
veloped by Dr. Moshe Fel-
denkrais of Israel, will be
taught at a residential re-
treat May 15-17 at the
Mercy Conference Center,
,Farmington Hills.
Cost of the weekend in-
cludes meals and private
lessons. Former Detroiter
Edna Sott, a graduate of the
Feldenkrais Institute in Is-
rael, will be the instructor.
For details, call Zena
Zumetz, 763-5733, days;
996-5942, evenings.

Central America
Program Topic

The Huntington Woods
Library, Center for Peace
and Conflict Studies and the
Detroit Council for World
Affairs at Wayne State
University will sponsor a
program on "Crisis in Cen-
tral America" 7:45 p.m.
Thursday at the library.
Margaret Bursie will pre-
sent a slide program on her
recent trip with the Ameri-
can Friends Service Com-
mittee to Central America.
Admission is free, and re-
freshments will be served.
All are welcome.

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