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April 09, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-09

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This Week's Radio and Television Programs

DIRECTIONS '65
Time: 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

Station: Channel 7.
Feature: "The Final Ingredi-
ent," an opera written especially
for television which dramatizes
the sacrifices made by Jews in
a concentration camp for the
preparation of a Passover seder,
will be presented in its debut per-
formance. Composed by David
Amram with libretto by Arnold
Weinstein, the opera is based
on an original television play by
Reginald Rose.

*

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ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: "Passover with Jan
Peerce," a depiction through song
and story of the Jewish celebra-
tion of Passover, will be presented
by Metropolitan Opera star Jan
Peerce, his wife, Alice, and •Alan
Howard.

* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m.• Sunday.

Station: WWJ.
Feature: "How Far Away, How
Long Ago" by Joseph Mindel,
adapted from the short story "To
the Bridal Canopy" by S. J.
Agnon, dramatizes the story of
two lonely persons and the rich
experience they have in celebrat-
ing the Passover seder together.

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.

Feature: Rabbi Philip S. Bern-
stein of Temple Brith Kodesh in
Rochester, N. Y., and former
president of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, will
speak on "The Challenge of Life,"
the second of four programs on
"Passover and the Meaning of
Life."

* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "I Never Saw Another
Butterfly," readings of poetry
written by children in the concen-
tration camp at Theresienstadt
during the period 1942-44, will be
presented by members of the
Jewish Center Theater.

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TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.

Station: Channel 2 and WJBK.
Feature: "Dedicated: To the
Martyrs and Survivors of the
Warsaw Ghetto," a drama in mu-
sic and dance, will be presented
by Cantor Harold Orbach of Tem-
ple Israel, and the temple's sin-
gers and dancers, with narration
by Evelyn Orbach.
* * *

THE CHAPEL HOUR

Time: 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: "The Eternity of Pass-
over," the ancient story of Pass-
over as told by Benjamin Gorre-
lick, rabbi of Cong. Beth Aaron,
and the Hillel Day School chil-
dren's choir, will be presented.

Radio Networks
Speed Israel's
Red Cross Work

A $250,000 radio communications
network provided by American Red
Mogen Dovid for Israel, the sup-
port wing of Israel's Red Cross
Service, has been installed through-
out Israel, reaching from northern
Galilee to south of Beersheba.
Details of the nationwide proj-
ect were announced by Congress-
man Emanuel Celler, national
chairman of American Red Mogen
Dovid, in a report to the board of
the agency at 50 W. 57th, New
York.
The congressman said that with
the installation of a radio-tele-
phone transmitter on the roof of a
big, modern building in Beersheba,
the electronic communication sys-
tem covering virtually all of Israel
and all of Mogen Dovid Adom's
ambulances has been completed.
The chain extends from Kiriat
Shmona in Upper Galilee, through
the coastal plain and the Jerusa-
lem corridor, and down to Beer-
sheba.

100 Television Stations
Carry Film on Jews'
Struggle for Freedom

NEW YORK (JTA)—A special
full-hour, Passover television pro-
gram, entitled "Let My People
Go," was broadcast' this week on
various nights, on 100 TV stations
around the country.
Created by the Xerox Corp.,
the program was shown on three
stations simultaneously in Los
Angeles Wednesday, and on three
staticns in New York, Thursday
night. Other stations around the
country broadcast the programs
on various nights. It was shown
in Detroit on WWJ-TV (4) Tues-
day.
Subtitled as a documentary on
the struggle of the Jewish people
for a homeland, the show con-
tained some films, never before
seen in public, from captured
film archives of Germany and
some of the Arab c o u n t r i e s.
Among the footage were films
taken inside the Warsaw Ghetto
and inside some of the Nazi death
camps during World War II.
The show, a David Wolper pro-
duction, was written and produced
by Marshall Flaum.
(Prints are available to local

organizations and schools by
writing to the show's sponsor,
Xerox Corp., Rochester, N.Y.)

* * "

Series on Foreign Aid

ti-

A series of six programs on U.S.
foreign aid is being presented on
WTVS, Channel 56, at 7 p.m.
Thursdays. The second of the
series, offered through the World
Peace Foundation, will be pre-
sented next Thursday. Material
affecting Israel's interest and
American public opinion will be
included.

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Hebrew U. Offers Classes
in Summer to Americans

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, April 9, 1965

NEW YORK (JTA)—A new sum-
mer study program for Americans
has been established at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem, with
courses to be given from July 12
to Aug. 18, it was announced by
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
The special courses, the first in
the university's 40-year history to
be given in English, will afford
American students with at least
two years of college credit the op-
portunity to study with leading
faculty members at the university.

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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

"What Are You Doing About
Juvenile Delinquency?" will be

MISS MARILYN FORMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Forman
of Chapel Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mar-
ilyn Ilene to Sanford Guss, son
of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Guss
of Purlingbrook Ave., Livonia.
A July wedding is planned.

discussed at a meeting of Parents
Without Partners 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the Jewish Center.
The proposed slate of officers
also will be discussed. Coffee will
be served. There is a nominal
charge for prospective members.

Shapiro, a member of the
faculty of the Hebrew Univer-
sity's Haifa branch sociology de-
partment, was born in Cleveland
but emigrated with his family
to Palestine at age 6.

A veteran of the Haganah and
later the Israel Army during the
War of Independence, Shapiro was
named director of Israel's land
settlement department in 1962. He
has carried out a number of studies
dealing primarily with the social
aspects of rural development in
Israel and has attended a number
of international conferences re-
lated to this field.
This fall he will lecture in the
new graduate program for compre-
hensive agricultural planning at
the Hebrew University. -
Shapiro has written a number
of articles for scholarly journals.

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Ovadia Shapiro, adviser on ab-
sorption to the head of the Jewish
Agency's Land Settlement Depart-
ment, will discuss "Absorption of
Newcomers in Israel" 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Chase Room of
Mackenzie Union, Wayne State
University.
The talk is sponsored by the
Student Zionist Organization of
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation.

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The Zionists-Revisionists of De-
troit will hold a cocktail party 9
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Rich, 14041 Elgin,
Oak Park.
Plans for a summer activity and
current news from Israel, with
Herut's position on vital issues,
will be presented. There also will
be a report on participation in the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising commem-
oration and the 17th anniversary of
the State of I s r a el observance.
Guests invited.

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