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January 18, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-18

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This Week's Radio and I 1
Television Programs
I

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Jewish Communi-
ties in Italy — A Socio-Historic
View" will present Prof. Leon-
ard Moss, chairman of the de-
partment of Sociology and An-
thropology at Wayne State Uni-
versity, who recently returned
from a year in Italy as a Full-
bright scholar. He will discuss
his impressions with Joseph
Edelman, director of the Jewish
Community Council Culture
Commission.
* * *
TO DWELL - TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Samson Raphael
Hirsch, Architect of Neo-Ortho-
doX Judaism" will present Rab-
bi Samuel H. Piero of North-
west Young Israel in a discus-
siOn of the teachings of the
founder of "modern Orthodok
Judaism."

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR -
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Mrs. Edward Wish-
netsky, president, Jewish Na-
tional. Fund Ladies Auxiliary,
will discuss the 32nd annual
donor tea of that organization.

Workmen's Circle
Groups Will Meet

Workmen's C i r c le Branch
460-E will meet 9 p.m. today atl
the W. C. Center, 18340 W I
Seven Mile. Election of officers !
will be held, after which the
group will hear a report by Joan
Ensink on her recent trip to the
USSR.
Miss Ensink, a graduate of
Wayne S t at e University, ma- I
jored in Slavik languages, and I
spent last summer as a member
of a group of students who tour-
ed the Soviet Union, sponsored
by the University of Michigan
Slavik Language Department.
Workmen's C i r cle Branch
1060 will meet 9 p.m. today at
the home of Jack and Gloria
Hurwitz, 21760 K e nos h a, Oak
Park. Program planning for the
second half of the year is on the
agenda.
The Women's Division of the
Workmen's Circle will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the -W. C.
Center.

.

50 Tennis Courts
Planned for Israel

"OperatiOn Tennis in Israel,"
a 'Program designed to build 50
tennis courts at a cost of $175,-
000 in Israel during 1963, was
launched by 75 tennis celebri-
ties at the Seventh Regiment
Armory in New York.
Sponsored by the United
States-Sports for Israel, the pro-
gram is under the co-chairman-
ship of Eli Epstein, tennis pro
at the Grossinger Country Club,
and D. Saul Sigelschiffer, a New
York City junior high school
principal, and members of the
Eastern Tennis Patrons Asso-
ciations.

- West German Jewry
The Jewish community of
West Germany, which before
the Nazi regime numbered more
than a half million persons, to-
day totals about 25,000, about
20 per cent of whom live in
West Berlin.

French Auto Magnate
Andre Gustave Citroen, foun-
der of the French automobile
firm which bears his name, was
a descendant of Dutch-Jewish
immigrants to France. He was
a leading supporter of the
French ORT Society.

MISS LEE ETSTEN

Mr. and MrS. Morris Etsten of
Leominister, Mass., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Lee Davis, to Allen Sinai,
son of Mr: and Mrs. Joe Sinai of
Greenlawn Ave.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the School of Education at the
University of Michigan and is
affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority. Her fiance received a
B.A. in economics from the Uni-
versity of Michigan and is a past
president of Tau Delta Phi Fra-
ternity. He is enrolled at North- .
western University where he is
studying for a Ph.D. in eco-
nomics.
A June wedding is planned.

.

The Polish Embassy in Wash-
ington announces that a joint
committee of several Polish or-
ganizations has been set up in
Poland to commemorate the
20th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising.
The heroism of the upris-
ing had been marked in De-
troit, under auspices of the
Jewish Community Council,
annually, on the anniversary
of the great resistance, for
nearly 15 years.
The Polish Embassy's state-
ment announces that the com-
mittee in Poland preparing the
program - of the ceremony is
composed of representatives of
ZBOWID (national organization
of former combatants and Nazi
prisoners); the Jewish Social
and Cultural Association; the
Jewish Institute of History and
other organizations.
The program of the ceremony
will include the unveiling of a
monument to honor the victims
of the Nazi concentration camp
in Treblinka.
Attendance of delegations,
groups from abroad and indi-

vidual visitors is expected.
The Embassy's statement de-
clares:
"The so-called liquidation of
Warsaw Ghetto by Nazi Ger-
mans began on April 19, 1943.
D e spite the overwhelming
Nazi forces the Jewish fighters
put up strong resistance. The
heroic battle lasted until May
16, 1943. About 12,000 Jews
lost their lives in the battle.
Over 56,000 Jews, mainly wom-
en, children and old men were
deported to the death camp at
Treblinka and died in the gas
chambers.
"During the Nazi occupation
5,384,000 Polish citizens lost

their lives in death camps, exe-
cutions, pacification actions,
concentration camps, etc.
"In this total figure 3,200,000
were Polish citizens of Jewish
descent."

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17 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, . January 18, 1963

I ffewry

Warsaw Uprising to Be Marked by Groups in Poland

Lee Etsten
1 Wed Allen Sinai

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