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December 25, 1959 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-25

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "From Bergen -
Belsen to Wuppertal," the dra-
matic story of the eventful
journey of a German girl, which
starts from the memorial at
Bergen-Belsen and ends at the
Anne Frank Village in Wup-
pertal, will be told.
• * *
FRONTIERS OF FAITH
Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV (Channel

4).

Feature: "The Trial of Uriel"
is the seventh of an eight-part
series on subjects of Jewish in-
terest. The story tells of Uriel,
the town water carrier, and how
he gains entrance to heaven.



MISS DEANNA JONAS

Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Jonas, of
3200 Cortland, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Deanna Ruth, to Selden Allen
Tachna, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry N. Tachna, of 18035 Rose-
lawn.

* *

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "The , Words Shall
Not Burn," a special Hanukah
script, will be presented under
the auspices of the Jewish Com-
munity Council's culture com-
mission. Participants include
Harry Goldstein, Stuart Stahl,
Irving Immerman, Mrs. Harold
Koenigsberg, Mrs. Philip Frank,
David I. Rosin, Jane Koenigs-
berg and Gloria Burns.
* * *
LEGACY OF FREEDOM
Time: 10:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: A special Hanukah
broadcast prepared by the cul-
ture commission of the Jewish
Community Council, the pro-
gram will feature Rabbi Irwin
Groner, of Cong. Shaarey Zedek;
Cantor Philipp Pfeffer, of the
Livonia Jewish Cong.; Stuart
Stahl and Shirley Shapiro. Don
Miller will be at the organ.
• *
THESE LIGHTS WE KINDLE
Time: 10:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV (Channel
4).
Feature: A dramatic telecast
in observance of Hanukah, the
program will highlight the par-
ticipation of Shelby Newhouse,
Ralph Bernstein, Beth Sheva
Laikin Davidson, Ruth Hurwitz,
Ethel Levine, the Wayne State
University dancers, Marvin
Rosen, Kenny Portnoy, Dolores
Aronsson, Patricia Aronsson, A.
Lawrence Aronsson, Sam Gott-
lieb, Stanley Rosenbaum, Rickie
Waller and Barry Nakell. Di-
rector is Shields Dierkes, WWJ
television director.
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Prof. Samuel M.
Levin, president of the Jewish
National Fund Council of De-
troit, and Avern Cohn, chair-

Center Cage Squads
Play at Olympia

Twenty Teens from the Jew-
ish Community Center's Club A
basketball league who partici-
pated in a special basketball
exhibition before the Detroit
Piston-Syracuse Nats game, Dec.
19, at Olympia, included:
Matt Rosenthal, Mitchell
Dechter, Harry Rogers and
Billy Davis, of Marathons;
Larry Lipson, Dave Drachler,
Alan Silver and Jerry Rubin,
of Kingstons; Garry Lieberman
and Larry Birndorf, of Condors;
Barry Bershad, Larry Zeff, and
Joe Stewart, of Monarchs; Dave
Raitt and Dave Shefman, of
Grenadiers; Stan Winokur, Ben
Rosen and Irwin Oleinick, of
Spartans; and Harold Seldes
and Steve Gall, of Olympics.

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The Detroit Council of Pio-
neer Women has officially de-
clared January as Histadrut
month within the organization.
Mrs. Sam Wasserman, Council
president, advises that each of
the 17 local chapters will de-
vote the month to the solicita-
tion of pledges on behalf of the
Histadrut Campaign from both
their own memberships and
from the Jewish community at
large.
The activity in each of the
chapters will be directed by a
Histadrut chairman who in turn
will be supervised by the Coun-
cil-appointed chairman for His-
tadrut, Mrs. David Sislin.
Because of the increased
membership in Pioneer Women
and the addition of a number
of volunteer workers, it is anti-
cipated that this division will
exceed all previous fund-raising
records, Mrs. Wasserman said.
Plans are being made for a
culmination event toward the
end of January, Mrs. Sislin said.
The Scrap Trade Division of
the Histadrut Campaign reports
that it is in the process of plan-
ning pre-campaign activity. Moe
Saslove, Samuel Schwartzberg
and Max Weiner, co-chairmen
of the division, anticipate that
by the time of the official open-
ing of the 1960 drive on Jan. 19,
at least half of the division's as-
signment will be completed.
A reception in honor of Isaac
Hamlin, director of the Ameri-
can Histadrut Center in New
York, which also welcomed
home Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mala-
mud from Israel, was held in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Berg last Sunday • evening and
enabled the Furniture Division
to register sizeable contribu-
tions.



American Savings 0 pens 8th Branch

Alfred L. Deutsch, executive
vice-president of American Sav-
ings and Loan Association, this
week announced the opening of
the eighth branch office at 6524
Telegraph Rd., in the Bloom-
field Plaza
Shopping Cen-
ter.
In announc-
ing the expan
sion move,
Deutsch stated
that Weston
0. Richards,
former man-
ager of Amer-
' ican Savings'
Richards
Fort Street
branch, has been appointed
manager of the new office.
The interior, done in a white
and black theme, has touches
of red and turquoise to add to
its attractiveness. In addition to

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State Hanukah Dinner

man of the JNF annual confer-
ence, will discuss the activities
of the organization and the im-
portance of the Jan. 3 confer-
ence.

A table spread for the poor
is an altar for the rich.—Tar-
gum Yerushalmi, to Exod. 40:6.

FREE

Temple Israel Young Marrieds
Group will hold its annual
Family Hanukah Party for
members and their children at
4 p.m., Sunday, in the temple's
Leon Fram Hall.
Stanley Millman, president,
has named Mr. and Mrs. .Jack
Pechenik as chairmen of the
event, which will include a
latke supper, holiday workshop,
candle-lighting ceremony and
grab-bag.
For reservations, call the
Pecheniks, at LI. 3-1326.

Judea Social Club is holding
its annual Hanukah dinner Sat-
urday at 3225 Fenkell. Mem-
bers and friends are invited to
attend.

conventional business appoint-
ments, the branch has a cus-
tomers' lounge.
There is plenty of parking
space provided in the shopping
center.

CENTERPIECES FOR
Charitable Organizations

Arthur Schlesinger
Israel Young Marrieds
to Speak at Center
Slate Family Party

Happy Hanukah
to Our
Many Friends
and Customers

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Pioneer Women
Set January as
Histadrut Month

ARTHUR SCHLESINGER,
Jr., historian, author, Pulitzer
Prize winner and professor of
history at Harvard University,
will discuss current foreign
policy in the Aaron DeRoy
Theater of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, 18100 Meyers,
8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Tickets are available at the
Center's lobby desk.

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to Our Friends and Patrons

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Detroit Socialities and .their
friends will greet the new year
with an open house celebration
beginning at 9 p.m., Thursday,
in the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute, 19350 Greenfield.
A full-course holiday dinner
will be served, and there will
be entertainment and dancing
to the orchestral arrangements
of Mickey Woolf.
Transportation is being ar-
ranged, to and from the event,
for those who need it. For
reservations or information, call
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1 7-TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, Decemb er 25, 1959

Jewry
On tile Airl

jonas.-Tachna Rites
Planned for July 4

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