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November 13, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 13, 1959-20

Beth El Players
to Do 15th Play

"The Tender Trap," the
amusing Broadway hit show,
will become the-15th play to be
produced by the Temple Players
since its founding in 1952, when

`Heart - Troubles''
Adviser Landers
On the Air; Airs .Experiences

ewry

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Rachel," the story
of an Israeli and his lamb, sole
survivors of an Arab attack or
an Israeli settlement, will be
told.

* *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: The second in a se-
ries of special broadcasts mark-
ing the program's 25th year of
continuous broadcasting will
present Dr. Maurice N. Eisen-
drath, president, Union of Am-
erican Hebrew Congregations;
MISS NANCY WAYBURN
and George Cornell, religious
editor of Associated Press, in a
it is enacted on the stage of discussion of "Press Confer-
Temple Beth El this Saturday, ence: Religion and the News."
Sunday and Monday.
Dr. Ormond Drake will be
Among the enticing female moderator.
* *
"trappers" who parade through
the life of a happy, young
FRONTIERS OF FAITH
bachelor, intent on remaining
Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
untrapped, is Nancy Wayburn,
. Station: WWJ-TV (Channel
who plays the role of Julie.
4).
Others in the cast are Jack
Feature: The first of eight
Fromm, Kathryn Lansky, Har- telecasts on subjects of Jewish
riett Stone, Vic Hurwitz, Todd interest will be a repeat of last
Purse, Nancy Alpert and John year's successful documentary
Rogers.
on modern Israel. Called "Land
Tickets are available before of the Book," it is written by
the 8:40 p.m. curtain time at Trve Tunick, with stage and
the Gladstone entrance of Tern- creen star Ralph Bellamy as
arrator.
pie Beth El on each evening
*
*
of the performance.
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Beth Abraham PTO
Station: WCAR.
Schedules 1st Meeting
Feature: "The Voice of the
The Parent - Teachers Organ- Book," a special broadcast mark-
ization of the Beth Abraham ing Jewish Book Month, will be
Branch, United Hebrew Schools, presented. Participants a r e
will hold its first general meet- members of the Jewish Com-
ing at 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in munity Center book review
seminar, who include Mrs.
the synagogue's club room.
Albert Elazar, superintendent Harry L. Jackson, moderator,
of the schools, will talk on Mrs. Henry Berris, Mrs. Harry
"How To Motivate the Child Oberstein and Mrs. Nathan
to Take Advantage of What the Spevakow. * .* -
School Has To Offer."
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
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Station: WJLB.
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Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
2).
Feature: A special telecast
marking Jewish Book Month,
the program will highlight the
appearance of Mrs. Carl Schil-
ler, chairman of the Jewish
Center book review seminar, and
Mesdames Harry L. Jackson,
Henry Berris, Harry Oberstein
and Nathan Spevakow.

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It takes some $2,000 annually
in stamps, eight assistants and
a 10- to 12-hour-work day for
Ann Landers to answer the
thousands of readers who seek
her advice on their "troubles
of the heart."
Miss Landers, whose syndi-
cated column is carried by 346
papers in the United States,
Canada and the Far East, told
her largely feminine audience
at Temple Beth El Monday, that
her correspondence goes to all
types of people, from clergy-
men to unemployed steel
workers, from young boys who
"wonder if stale peanut butter
is 'penicillin" to middle-aged
housewives with marital prob-
lems.
"Trouble is not a matter of
geography or social status," she
said. "There's an old Yiddish
addage `Alles in einem is nitu
by kanem' (Everything in one
pers.n, nobody's got it')." She
mentioned later that frequently
Jewish women, knowing that
she is of the same faith ask her
questions of a Jewish nature.
"But people need help today
more than ever. And_ to each,
his problem is most important."
If the youthful-looking Miss
Landers (in real life a wife
and mother whose eldest child
is 20 year:. old) is praised for
her witty style of writing, it's
partly because she feels that
some troubles are so sad, they
must be met with humor. "I
don't want to roll them in the
aisles," she added.
The biggest problem en-
countered, she said, is probably
marital. In addition, perhaps
one fourth of her mail is from
teenagers.
She pointed out that in
Russia, where she visited re-
cently, teenage delinquency is
much less rampant than in the
United States. "The people are
too hardworking; the students
are serious and have no time
for horsing around."
Her suggestion to parents:
"Never start a discussion with
`When I was your age . . .2 Don't
set up yourself as a model of
perfection, but let them know
Mom and Dad had a few flops
too."

Music Study Club Rally
Sets Stage for Concert
Dec. 6, at Art Institute

"Affinities of the Arts" will
be the theme of a concert rally
presented by the Music Study
Club at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, in
the home of Mrs. Michael Free-
man, 1810 Wellesley.
Mrs. Freeman, an artist,
writer and collector, will be
the speaker. Her topic is "The
Origin and Development of Mus-
ical Instruments." A demonstra-
tion, with slides and recordings
of the many instruments in her
collection, will illustrate her
talk.
Mrs. Ezra Lipkin is chairman
of the day.
The rally is one of a series
of events which will climax in
the annual Artist Concert, to
be held Dec. 6, in the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
Under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Hal Gordon, a vice-presi-
dent of the group, the concert
will feature violinist Isador
Saslov and pianist Ha n o c h
Greenfield, of Israel.

LZO Branch Two to Hear
of Goldoftases' Israel Trip

LZO Branch Two will meet
at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilk,
17423 Woodingham.
A buffet supper will be
served. Co-hostess is Mrs. W.
Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Movsas
Goldoftas will speak on their
recent trip to Israel.

ToLTled Aug. 21

Young Marrieds Slate
`Affair to Remember'

Temple Beth El's Young
Married Group will present
"An Affair to Remember" at
the Glen Oaks Country Club,
30500 13 Mile Rd., Farmington.
Highlights will be music by
Felix Resnick, entertainment
by the Critics Club Players and
a midnight buffet supper. Tick-
ets may be purchased at the
door or by calling EL '7-2942
or LI 6-6845 for reservations.

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At a recent dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Rothenberg,
of Mendota Ave., announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Marjorie Jo, to Sanford A.
Schane, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph A. Schane, of New
Hampshire Rd., Southfield. An
Aug. 21 wedding is being
planned.

Talk on Bialik to Highlight
Farband Branch 79 Meeting

Farband Branch 79, LZO,
will meet at 8:30 p.m., Wednes-
day, in the Hayim Greenberg
Center. Following the business
portion_ of the meeting, Isaac
Finkelstein, prominent local
attorney, will talk on "The Life
and Works of Chaim Nachman
Bialik."
Guests and friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served.

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