Fifth Estate # 31, June 1-15, 1967

Thursday June 1

JUSTICE! Judge Gillis’ Courtroom 1326 St. Antoine. Trial Preliminaries concerning the “great reefer raid” of January 24th. John Sinclair and others will be up before the bench. Friends and sympathisers are urged to attend. 6/1

FILM: “Ipcress File,” 7:30, WSU Community Arts. Free. 6/1.

LECTURE: “Alexander the Great and the Idea of World Brotherhood,” Louis H. Fildman, Yeshive Univ. 8:00, WSU Lower Deroy. 6/1.

CONCERT, WSU Symphony Orchestra, Valter Poole. 8:30, WSU Community Arts. 6/1.

PLAY: “The Wedding Dress,” Studio Theatre, 8:30. Also 4:00 Friday. Free. 6/1.

PLAY: Moliere’s “Tartuffe,” Detroit Repertory Theatre, Adm. 6/1.

Friday June 2

FILM: F.N.C.C. presents a special night in honor of President Johnson. 8:00, WSU Lower Deroy. Free. 6/2.

CONCERT: WSU Concert Band, 8:15, community Arts. 6/2.

PLAY. How to Succeed in Business, Cass Tech. 6/1 2:00 p.m. 6/2-3 8:00 p.m. Adm.

PLAY: “The Wedding Dress,” Studio Theatre, 8:30. Free. 6/2.

PLAY: Moliere’s “Tartuffe,” Detroit Repertory Theatre, Adm. 6/2.

Saturday June 3

PUPPET SHOW: Silly Stoopid Puppet Show, with Flower Tree, US Peppeteers, 2:00, Artists Workshop (bring kids). 6/3

PLAY: “Gitanjali,” musical panorama of India, Engineering Society of Detroit Auditorium, 100 Farnsworth, 7:00. Adm. 6/3

CONCERT: WSU Faculty String Quartet, 8:30, Community Arts, Free. 6/3

PLAY: Moliere’s “Tartuffe,” Detroit Repertory Theatre, Adm. 6/3.

Sunday June 4

COURT THEATRE: Snow White and Rosered as a Musical, 2555 Burns at Charlevoix in Indian Village. Saturday 10:30 a.m., 2 p.m. Sunday 2 p.m., 4 p.m. 6/3, 6/4,

CONCERT: Fair Lane Festival: Bdroque Orchestra of the Chicago Symphony, UM Dearborn Campus, 3:00 and 8:30. Adm. 6/4

Wednesday June 7

PLAY High Spirits. Roseville Theater. 8:00 Adm. 6/6-8

DEMONSTRATION: Stars of the North Pole, Cranbrook Planetarium, 4:00 Adm. 6/7

Thursday June 8

UNIFIED MEGALOPOLOTAN PIECE POW-WOW Community Arts Aud. Featuring Phil Marcus Esser, Jan & Lorraine, Magic Veil, MC-5, Passing Clouds, Billy Reid, Astrological Reading, John Sinclair, Spike-Drivers, Tony Wright; culminating in an audience participatory mass raga. Sponsored by WSU Artists Society. 8 p.m. Adm. $1.50; couples $2.50 6/8

Friday June 9

FILM: F.N.C.C. presents Clement’s “Forbidden Games,” 8:00, WSU Lower Deroy. Free. 6/9

CONCERT: Cass Tech. Ensemble, 8:00, Community Arts. Adm. $1.00, 6/9

CONCERT: WSU Chamber Singers, WSU Upper Deroy, 8:30. Free. 6/9

Saturday June 10

SUN RA and his Myth-Science Arkestra—with MC-5 and lights by Jerry Younkins and the Magic Veil—Upper DeRoy Auditorium, WSU. 6/10 Adm.

Tuesday June 13

SPEAKER: Sen. Mark Hatfield, 8:00, WSU Community Arts. Free. 6/13

CONCERT: Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Valter Poole, Fairgrounds, 8:30 each Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. Free 6/13-25

Thursday June 15

DEMONSTRATION: “Viewing Selected Celestial Bodies,” Cranbrook Observatory, 9:00 p.m. Adm. Reserved seats only. Call 644-1600 x 285. 6/15


GRANDE BALLROOM. Grand River south of Joy Rd. June2 The Rationals June 3 – Jagged Edge & Belshires. June 9 – Apostles. June 10 – Thyme and The Eerie Touch…Adm. Hobbits always free. 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. You must be 17 and prove it.

DOBRITICH INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS. State Fair thru June 4. 2:30 and 8 p.m. June 2 show at 8:00 p.m. Adm. Batman will be there!!!

PLAY. The Choice, new play by the Ashleys. Dexter Theatre 11600 Dexter 8:30 p.m. Adm.

SUBMARINE RACES at Belle Isle. 2 a.m. to 4 a.m.

SATURDAY HAPPENINGS. West Park, Ann Arbor, The Seventh Seal will play weekly along with other assorted bands.

POETRY WORKSHOP. Artists Workshop 4857 John Lodge. Monday nights 8:00 p.m. All people interested in any aspect of poetry, including reading, writing, and discussing are invited. No Charge.

WISDOM TOOTH. Plum Street. June 2-3, Spike-drivers; also Mary Ann Thomas. June 8, 9, 10, Vernor Highway Blues Band; also Mitch McKay and W.C. Field flick. Show starts at 9 p.m. Adm.

CHESSMATE. Seigal Schwall Band thru June 10. Stone Ponies, June 13-18 Adm. Show at 9 p.m. 17126 Livernois near McNichols

LIVING END. 825 John Lodge near Seward. Geezenslaw Brothers. Thru June 4 Irish Rovers. June 6-18 Show starts at 9 p.m. Adm. You must be 21.

RAVEN. 29101 Greenfield at 12 Mile. Arnie Soderhelm. Show starts at 9:30 Adm.

BAKERS KEYBOARD LOUNGE 20510 Livernois near 8 Mile. Redd Fox til June 4. Ray Bradd and Monty Alexander Bands. June 9-19. Shows at 1:00 p. m. and 9:00 p.m. Adm. You must be 21.

PLAY: Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” Fisher Theatre, Mon. to Sat. 8:30, Sun. 7:30, Wed. and Sat. 2:00. Adm. Call 873-4400. 6/1-30.