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April 07, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-07

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Dr. W. Wurzburger
to Address Hillel
at WSU on Tuesday

The Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dation at Wayne State Univer-
sity will present Dr. Walter S.
Wurzburger of Toronto in a
lecture Tuesday, 2 p.m., in the
Kresge Science Library Audi-
torium, Second and Kirby.
Dr. Wurzburger is spiritual
leader of Shaarei Shomayim
Congregation, the largest Ortho-
dox Synagogue in Canada, and
a vice-president of the Rab-
binical Council of America. He
was ordained
at Isaac El-
chanan Theo-
logical Semi-
nary, and was
awarded a
Ph.D. in phi-
losophy at
Harvard. -
The subject
of the lecture
will be "Ca
We Go Home
Again? — The
Intellectu a 1
Predicament of
Modern Man."
This lecture
is made possi- Dr. Wurzburger
ble by the Rabbinical Council
of America as part of its Torah
Tour project. On Tuesday night
at 8:30, Dr. Wurzburger will
participate in a symposium at
Beth Abraham Synagogue on
Greenlawn and Seven Mile
Rd. under the auspices of the
Torah Tour. The public is in-
vited.

Kenneciy Lauds
• •
P assover spirit

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Heinrick-Hermano
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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

i

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ -
Feature: "The Battle of the
Warsaw Ghetto" by M o r t a n
Wishengrad will be presented
as a memorial to the battle
which took place 18 years ago.
It is a dramatic description of
the rebellion of a group of
doomed Jews against the over-
whelming power of the Nazi
armies.
*
*
. . . TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m., Sunday
Station: WJBK-TV, Channel 2
Feature: "Life and Books on
Israel" will be an interview with
Moshe Shamir, Israeli novelist,
poet and playwright, among
whose literary works are "King
of Flesh and Blood", recently
published in English, and "He
Walked in the Field". His inter-
viewer will be Dr. Max Kapus-
tin, director of the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation at Wayne
State University, and member
of the Executive Committee of
the Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit.

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Digging in the Holy
Land", a broadcast about the
recent archeological discoveries
that have increased Biblical and
general knowledge about the
early days of Near Eastern
civilization and culture, will be
discussed by Dr. Immanuel Ben-
Dor, authority on the archeology
of Israel and former deputy di-
rector of the Department of
Antiquities of the State of Is-
rael, who served as special ad-
viser in the recent underwater
exploration of the ancient city
of Caesaria. Also participati
will be Dr. Abram Spiro, Bi
cal scholar and chairman
Wayne State University's
partment of Near East
Languages and Literatures
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAE
Time: 11:05 p.m. Saturd
Station: WXYZ
Feature: Rabbi George
Lieberman of Central Syna
gogue of Nassau County, Rock-
ville Centre, Long Island, N.Y.,
will discuss "In Quest of Ser-
enity" as the second in a series
on "The Art of Living".

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Presi-
dent Kennedy lauded the spirit
of Passover as emphasizing the
fight for freedom in a message
sent to the "Third Seder" of the
National Committee for Labor
Israel. The Seder was held at
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel ' and
attended by more than 2,000 per-
sons. Former U.S. Ambassador
to Israel, Ogden R. Reid, was
guest of honor at the fete.
The program of the Seder also
included the lighting of six me-
morial candles in honor of the
6,000,000 Jews annihilated by
Hitler in Europe. Rabbi Jacob
J. Weinstein of Chicago, national
chairman of the committee, pre-
sided over the Seder proceedings.
Dr. Sol Stein, executive director
of the organization, introduced a
modernized version of the Pass-
over story. Isaiah Avrech, Ameri-
can representative of the Histad-
rut executive, was the principal
speaker.
President Kennedy's message
COUNCIL ALTMAN HOUR
to the Seder reads:
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
"I am very pleased to have
Station: WJLB.
this opportunity to send my best
Feature: Walter E. K 1 e i n,
wishes and warm greetings to the executive director of the Jew-
Third Seder of the National Corn- ish Community Council, will
, mittee for Labor Israel.
discuss plans for the forth-
"For many, the world seems coming 13th anniversary cele-
to have little changed in the bration of Israel's Independ-
thousands of years of man's ence, announces I. p
hoping and man's suffering. culture chairm
Tyranny walks abroad, and there
is fear on the doorsteps of many Christ
1 Approach
houses. Yet this much has
to
F
411
Human
Societ
changed. Freedom has greater
isputed Questions'
strength than in the past.
"And the conditions toward
`Disputed Questions" by
which men have aspired for cen- homas Merto is
u„, 1 y
turies—the dignity of mind an christologi 1
he au-
expression, the attainment
thor dis la
in ntion to
economic security without
proselyti
vertheless a
loss of individual integrity
expositio
sic views.
been historically demonstrate as
His bo
many inter ing
realities. It is well for free en indication o is views
socio-
everywhere to taste again o he I logical problems. H
iscusses
suffering of the past thr gh !the Pasternak case
he Spiritu-
memory and celebration, for is ality of Sinai"
a number of
makes present conviction fir
. other issues
ed to church and
A stern heritage is a
cie
states: "I know from
teacher.
n experience that in the
"Confident that nothing of last 20 years the world has moved
man's travail is lost, that the a long way towards conformism
moment of trial is necessary to and passivity." He advocates co-
the moment of victory, and that I operation and communion for a
our path leads out from the City "structure of a living, fruitful
of Man to that of God the alliance and genuinely human society.",
of free men will persevere. In
"Disputed Questions" was pub-
that spirit and kinship, I offer lished by Farrar, Straus and
my good wishes."
Cudahy.

MARY BETH HEINRICK

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J. Hein-
rick of Fairway Hills, Franklin,
Mich. announce the engageme
of their daughter, Mary Be
to Michael T. Hermanoff, so
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Herma
of Shagwood Dr., Birming
Farms.

Miss Heinrick was graduated
from Kingswood school and is
presently a so • homore at the
Universit e is
affilia
Alpha Ep on
Phi or
y. Her fiance i a
of Cranbrook schi
g
s now a senior at the U
sity of Michig
i
ember of
S.
a A
raternity. A
• er
ing
is planned.

escul
Plan
1 ren's Leukemia
Fund Benefit Party

Aesculapian Pharmaceutical
Association will hold its annual
Children's Leukemia
party 8:30 p.
ay at
the Rain
err
1845 Wy-
omen
rocee•will go to the
Ch . en's
• kemia Fund of
roit.

Simon Karczmar's Oil Painting
Exhibit at Hayim Greenberg Center

Simon Karczmar, well known
artist whose works of "the
shtetl," the characters in the
European Jewish communities
and Jewish holidays have at-
tracted wide attention, will ex-
hibit 50 of his oil paintings at
the Hayim Greenberg Center,
commencing on Tie day
plans to remain in
Or
a month.
Karozmar comme
tistic work in Franc
settled after leaving P
was in Paris for 20 y
was in Nice with the
during the Nazi occupa
lived for seven years in
where he is maki
manent ho
His
deported and
stiff
seven concentration
c
p s, :nclud - wit
d Dach
Nazi terr
husband.
him on
erican
cities wh
laying his
art.
x ibits also will be held
in Canada, Mexico and other
lands.
Karczmar's old world types
are impressive. His snagogue

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views, his interpretations/ of
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An expressionist artist, Karcz-
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