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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 31, 1984

LOCAL NEWS

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Center shows Tibor works

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit will exhibit a one-man
show of sculpture by Alfred
Tibor in the Samuel and
Miriam L. Hamburger and
Louis and Ethel Hamburger
Exhibition lobby from Sept.
16 through Oct. 7.
Tibor will sppear at the
Center on opening day from
ato 4 p.m. A limited number
of works will be for sale.
He was born in Konyar,
Hungary in 1920. He began
an art career in Budapest,
where he freelanced as a
display and expositions de-
signer. During the Nazi re-
gime he was drafted into a
forced labor battalion to
serve on the Eastern Front.
He was captured by the
Russians and spent 51/2
years in a Siberian
prisoner-of-war camp. He
passed part of his time dig-

Prof to speak
to senior adults

Dr. Arnold Pilling

ging clay out of the frozen
ground and sculpting it.
Tibor's parents, grand-
parents and relatives died
in Auschwitz. His older
brother, a doctor, was exe-
cuted by the Nazis while
aiding sick inmates.
Following the liberation
he returned to Budapest,
studied sculpture and archi-
tecture, taught in voca-
tional schools, published a

book on window display de-
sign and received many
awards and honors for his
exhibitions and designs.
After the revolution in
1956 he and his family es-
caped from Hungary and
came - to the United States.
They are now living in Col-
umbus, Ohio.
For information, contact
the Center, 661-1000, ext.
250.

Living with single parent
topic of SPACE, Orchards

A day for young people,
"On Living With a Single
Parent," for youth 8-18 and
their parents will be held at
12:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at
Brace-Lederle School in
Southfield. This program is
presented by SPACE and
The Orchards Children's
Services, both community
services of National Council
of Jewish Women Greater
Detroit Section in co-
sponsorship with Southfield
Public Schools Community
Service Department.
Short vignettes dramatiz-
ing issues youngsters have
to deal with when their par-
ents divorce will be pre-
sented. These vignettes will
be followed by small group
discussions, led by profes-
sionals,' and participants
will be able to share their
fears and concerns with
others who have experi-
enced similar feelings.
Similar support' groups
will be offered either on

WSU names

Dr. Arnold Pilling, pro- new chairman
fessor of anthropology at
Wayne State University,
Dr. Peter -J. Schoenbach
will speak for the Friday has been appointed profes-
Lecture Series of the Jewish sor and chairman of the De-
Community Center's senior partment of Music at
adult department at 1 p.m. Wayne State University.
Sept. 7 in room 13 of the Schoenbach's teaching and
Jimmy Prentis Morris administrative' career in-
Branch of the Center.
cludes appointments at Bos-
Prof. Pilling will speak on ton University, Temple
"Dating Old Photographs." University, the Univer-
All senior adults are in- sityof Minnesota, the Curtis
vited free of charge. For in- Institute of Music and the
formation, call the Morris New England Conservatory
Branch, 967-4030.
of Music.
At Wayne State in addi-
tion to his administrative
Father, child
duties, Schoenbach' will
teach courses in Twentieth
program set
Century music and 'music
An orientation meeting appreciation for- non-
for the Jewish Community majors.
Center's Me and My Dad
program will be held at 7:30 UHS announces
p.m. Oct. 4 in. the 'main
fall schedule
Jewish Center complex.
Geared for fathers and
The fall high' school,
their children in kindergar-
, ten and first grade, the pro- schedule at the United He-
gram includes regular brew Schools has been an-
meetings in the homes of nounced for classes begin-
the participants and two ning Thursday. •
Information regarding
community gatherings.
For information, call curriculum and enrollment
`Bruce Tabashneck, 661- is available from Dr.
1000, ext. 219; or Carolyn Jonathan Fishbane, princi-
Dangoor, 661-1000, ext. pal, or Selma Silverman,
352-7117.
215. .

Sept. 16 or at a later date, to
families who have lost a
parent through death if
enough interest for such a
group is shown. Interested
families should call SPACE,
557-9390.
Pre-registration for this
program is required. To reg-
ister, call SPACE, 557-
9390, Monday through Fri-
day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Cancer group
to hold meeting
for patients

A meeting on living with
cancer will be held Sept. 5 at
7:30 p.m. in the Southfield
Civic Center, Room 111.
Cancer patients and fam-
ily members are welcome.
The purpose of this self-
help group is to bring to
gether patients and family
members who have ques-
tions or are experiencing
problems as a result of liv-
ing with cancer. ,
For information, contact
the American Cancer
Society, 557-5353.

Alzheimer's
unit to meet

The Detroit area chapter
of the Atiheirrier's Disease
and Related Disorders
Association Inc. (ADRDA)
will hold their quarterly
meeting Sept. 9, at 2 p.m. in
the Providence Hoi3pital
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