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5
Month
November
Year
1975
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DETROIT Oct. 31: Halloween Party at the Trading Post, 13": Müe Ra. and Uratiot. 293-6300. 2 rock groups, 8pm, $1.75. Halloween Masquerade Ball featuring The Fantastic Four. Cleary Aud - Canadian Room, 201 Riverside Dr. West, Windsor, Canada. 8:30-2:00, advance tickets only, at Hudson's, $6person, $10couple. Win cash for best costumes. "America in the Thirties and America 1 Today" a forum with Dorothy Healey. Adm. $1.00, 50tf for unemployed and students. Nov. 4: Regina Brave Dixon, Oglala Sioux from Pine Ridge, S. Dakota, speaking at 7pm at Career Development Center, 5961 14th St., Detroit. Sponsored by Wounded Knee Legal DefenseOffense Committee. Open to public- donations accepted. Nov. 9. . . "Salt of the Earth" at the Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward (3 blks. S. of Davison), Highland Park, at 7:30pm, $1.50, 75(under 18. Sponsored by SPARK. Nov. 8 Jan. 8: Robert Motherwell's paintings, collages and drawings at Gertrude Kasle Gallery, 310 Fisher Bldg. Open Tues-Sun, 1 lam-5pm. ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI Oct. 29. . . Lecture Demonstration on Stained Glass Art by Roy Darwin 8pm-at Art Worlds 213''? S. Main, Ann Arbor. 994-8400 for info. Oct. 29-30. . . A Chicano Symposium will be held lpm n Roosevelt Auditorium, EMU campus, Ypsi. Featured speakers are Dr.. Alfredo Gonzales on "Bilingual Education & La Raza Cósmica" and Jorge Huerta (Chicano playwright, actor & director of La Esperana Theatre) on "The Indigenous Roots of Chicano Teatro: An Exploration in Mayan, Aztec & Chicano Philosophy" Also a brief performance by an Aztec dance company. Oct. 30 - Lectures on "Chicano Literature, Past and Present" & "Chicano Teatro Today" by Gonzales & Huerto. Oct. 30. . . A fuli-length performance of "Mexico en Danza" by the Esplendor Azteca Dance Company, 8pm in Pease Auditorium, EMU, Ypsi. No admission fee. Oct. 30. . . An organizational meeting for the A2 Fred Harris for President Committee, 8pm in the public meeting room at the A2 Public Library, 5th Ave & William St. Oct. 30. . . Mass Meeting for the Creative Arts Workshop in Ann Arbor, 8pm, 621 E. William. Classes in Dance, Pantomime, Astrology, Massage & more. 663-1111 for info. Oct. 30. . . Washtenaw County Sheriff Fred Postill will discuss "Criminal Justice Administration" 3pm in the Tower Room of McKenny Union on EMU campus. Topics to be included are the Washtenaw County correction system, the politics of crime & punishment, law enforcement personnel problems & careers in criminal justice administration. Free. Oct. 30. . . b. f. maíz, a black ex-convict, poet, teacher & human rights proponent wiM present a poetry program titled "May I Poet With You?" 7:30pm in the McKenny Union Ballroom, EMU campus. A program of contrasts between raw pain & quiet pleasure. Oct. 30-31. . . A Michigan Consumer Education Conference at Michigan State University's Kellogg Center. Featured speakers include S. John Byington on "New Directions in Consumer Education," Dr. Marilyn Jean Kelly on "Consumer Education- Trick or Treat?" Dr. Lee Richardson on "Consumer Education- State of the Art" & Dianne McKaig (Coca-Cola VicePres) on "Consumerism: The Win-Win Perspective." The conference registration fee is $10, & $2 for students. (517)355-4590. Oct. 31. . . 4th Annual Ann Arbor Ozone Parade will begin at 2:30pm at the Michigan Stadium, Gate 3. Live animáis & celebrity guest stars. The theme of this year's parade is "It Don't Mean a Thing (If it ain't got that swing)!" Prizes for the most original costumes. Don't Miss It! Oct. 31. .. Halloween Party sponsored by A2 GLF, 9pm at the lst Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor. Oct. 31. . . Halloween Party at Huron Hotel & Lounge, 124 Pearl St., Ypsilanti. $125 worth of prizes- Photos of the best costumes. 483-1771 for more info. Nov. 2, 3& 4. . . The Ann Arbor Teach-ln presents a 3-day Teach-ln entitled "The Bicentennial Dilemma," which will focus on the theme of technology and repression. Over twenty-five speakers will be participating in the conference including William Kunstier, John Marks (co-author of "The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence"), Chuck Morgan (Washington director of the A.C.L.U.), Richard Barnet (director of the Institute for Policy Studies), David DuBois (editor of "The Black Panther"), Mark Lañe (director of the Citizens Commission of Inquiry) and many others at Hill Auditorium, A2. For the complete schedule cali 313-995-0404. Nov. 2. . . Tae Kwon Do Championships ( lst Michigan Regional A. A. UI) at Huron High School, Ann Arbor. Eliminations lOam, Finals 5pm. Admission: adults $1, 12 and under 50tf. Info 769-0983 Mr. Harrigan. Nov. 3. . . Jeremy Rifkin, co-director of the Washington D.C.-based Peoples Bicentennial Commission, will speak at 8pm in Roosevelt Auditorium, EMU campus, Ypsi. Nov. 3. . . the Inmate Project of Project Community present a Seminar on Treatment w Frank Petrock, Assistant director, Marquette Prison, where he set up its Behavior Modification Program, and Jeff Evans, participant In UofM clinical psychology program and staff person at UM Counseling Center, membei of the A2 Prison Project. 7:30pm in Lecture Rm. 2 of the Modern Languages Bldg., UofM campus, A2. Nov. 5. . . The A2 Teach-ln and the Office of Student Life (EMU) present The Politics of Visioi- an afternoon of poetry and prophecy with William Burroughs (author of "Naked Lunch," "Nova Express" 8. "The Wild Boys"), Ed Sanders (author of "The Family" & "Poem From Jail") and John Giorno (leading figure In NY poetry circle). lpm in Pease Auditorium, EMU campus, Ypsilanti. Adm. $1.50. Nov. 8. . . Balinese Shadow Puppet Play (Wayang Kulit) Larry Reid, puppeteer, with musicians. 8pm in the Recital Hall at UofM"s School of Music, A2. Oct. 29. . . Women Unite! in a Nation-wide Women's Strike to celébrate our solidarity as workers. Come to a Party at the lst Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw, A2, 6-10:30pm. The Mimetroupe win presenta premiere performance of their new feminist play "The Smile" directed by Michael Filisky. Drinks, refreshments & music will be provided. Everyone welcome. Financial donations much needed & gratefully appreciated.