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March 11, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-11

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Gail Sue Lippard
to Ired Donald Lansky

g ewry

On tine Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

Marguerite Kozenn Chajes and Luis Grundner, director of the
Salzburg Festival Press Bureau, at a reception given by U.S. Am-
bassador James W. Riddleberger in Salzburg.

Marguerite Chafes to Present Concert
of European Chamber Music Tuesday

DIRECTIONS '66
Time: 1 p.m., Sunday
Station: Channel 7
Feature: "A Stop at the House
of Stranger" by Jan Hartman is
the second episode of a four-part
dramatic series entitled "Then
and Now." The story deals with
the blessing of Charity — the ways
of giving and of receiving.
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "A Musical Tribute to
Chaim Nachman Bialik." This pro-
gram features some of the fine
talents of the State of Israel. The
famous vocalists will be accom-
panied by the Arbateynu Quartet
and the Tel Aviv Chamber Orch-
estra.

HIGHLIGHTS

Sinai to Cosponsor
Classes on Diabetes

A series of five weekly classes
sponsored jointly by the Michigan
Diabetes Association and Sinai
Hospital of Detroit will begin 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Shapero School
of Nursing on the grounds of

Sinai.

The initial lecture will be con-
ducted by a physician, the second

by a dietitian, the third and fourth
by a registered nurse and the last
by a dietitian.
Classes, open to diabetic patients
and members of their families,
may be joined by referral from
a physician. Application forms
and further information may be
obtained from the Michigan • Dia-
betes Association, 342-9333.

The beard does not make the
philosopher.—Italian proverb.

MISS GAIL LIPPARD

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lippard of
Pittsburgh announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Gail Sue to
Donald M. Lansky, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Mandell Lansky of Wareham
Dr., Huntington Woods.
The couple is attending Michigan
State University, and both will
graduate in June. Miss Lippard is
a member of Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority. Her fiance is affiliated
with the Excalibur Senior Men's
Honorary Fraternity.
The wedding will take place
July 30.

YOUR CANDID

ALBUM
FINER

WILL BE

Time: 9:15 a.m., Sunday
Station: WJBK Radio and
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
Time: 9:45 a.m., Sunday
BY BERNARD H.
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Working for the Na-
tional Good — Tzedakah" is the
third of a series of four programs.
This series depicts the work in
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Detroit of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and its Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. A film entitled, "How Can
We Immunize Against Prejudice?"
produced by the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will be view-
ed and discussed by representa-
tives of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
Music
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Entertainment
eration.
• * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: "The Fellowship of
Obligation" is the topic of a
speech by Rabbi Stanley F. Chyet,
associate professor of American
Jewish Archives of the Cincinnati
School of Hebrew Union College.
HARRY, BEN, OSCAR, SAM and FRANK
• *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday
Station: WWJ
AND ARE NOW READY TO SERVE
Feature: "Jews in America" will
be presented. This program is the
YOU WITH THE FINEST IN
first in a series entitled, "The
Travels of Benjamin the Second."
This portion of the series is a
dramatic rendition from the two-
volume diary, "Three Years in
at 13515 W. 7 MILE
America" written by Israel Joseph
Betw. Hartwell and Schaefer
Benjamin, world traveler of the
19th Century. The program tells of
Benjamin's reaction to American
Jewish religious training of young
Member Detroit Area Retail Kosher Meat Dealers Ass'n
girls.
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Feature: The program will host
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GEORGE PIERROT PRESENTS
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Time: 5 p.m., Friday
Station: WWJ-TV
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Feature: A movie, "Israel To-
day," taken by Bettina Shaw, will
be shown.
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A concert of contemporary Eu- Albert Tipton, flute; Arno Mariotti,
ropean chamber music under the oboe; P a u 1 Schaller, clarinet;
direction of Marguerite Kozenn Charles Sirard, bassoon; Arthur
Krehbiel, French horn; Oliver
Chajes will be presented Tuesday, Green, bass clarinet; and Law-
8:30 p.m., in the Friends Audi- rence Gore, piano.
torium of the De-
troit Public Lib-
Lou Mason Coming
rary. Admission
is free.
to Pisgah Purim Fete
Co-sponsors
Lou Mason, comedy star of
for the program
night clubs, radio and television,
are the Library,
will be the guest star at the
International In-
Pisgah Purim festival for Israel
stitute, T u esday
March 21, 8:30
M u s i cale, Aus-
p.m. at the La-
trian Society of
bor Zionist Insti-
Detroit and the
tute. Judge Ira
Music Perform- Mrs. Austin
G. Kaufman will
ance.Trust Funds of the Recording be guest speaker
Industries, administered by the at this affair,
Detroit Federation of Musicians.
sponsored as the
Twelve artists will perform Bnai Brith Israel
Works by composers from Roman- Bond program.
ia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Ger-
Mason has re-
many and Russia. The scores used ceived popular
are those collected by Mrs. Ko- acclaim for his
zenn Chajes on her most recent one - man shows
annual tour of the music festivals throughout t h e
of Europe. At her request, the United States and
music as been donated to the Lib- Canada. He has
rary by ministries of culture, pub- been seen on the
lishers and composers.
top TV network Mason
Performers Who will appear in programs and has performed in
the concert include: Shirley Ben- New York, Miami Beach, Holly-
yas, soprano; Emily Austin, violin; wood and Chicago.
Ralph Shiller, violin; Meyer Sha-
Elias Goldberg, Pisgah Israel
piro, viola; William Horvath, cello; Bond chairman, will be chairman
of the affair. Alexander Gersuk,
Bnai Brith Council Israel Bond
Gubow Will Address
chairman, will bring greetings
from the council. Barney Levine
Reception March 16
is president of Pisgah.
Lawrence Gubow, U.S. attorney
Admission is free and refresh-
for the Eastern District of Michi- ments will be served. A feature
gan, will be the guest speaker at will be a prize of a portable TV,
a leadership reception hosted by donated by Metronix, Inc. All 1966
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oliwek and Mr. Israel Bond subscribers attending
and Mrs. Jack Lipton next Wednes- will be eligible to win.
day, 8:30 p.m., at the Oliweks'
residence, 24535 W. 13 Mile Road,
Seminar on Buber
Birmingham.
The reception is in advance of Planned at U of M
the champagne dinner-dance, to be
A seminar on "Guilt and Re-
hosted by Shaarit Haplaytah and
co-sponsored by the United Jewish sponsibility" in the thought of
Social Club. The dinner dance, a philosopher Martin Buber will be
highlight of the year, will be held held for graduate students and
April 2 at the Shaarey Zedek and faculty at the University of Michi-
will feature George Jessel as guest gan, 3 to 5 p.m. March 13, 20, and
star and Israel Consul General 27 in Angell Hall.
The leaders of the three sessions
"Soiree Internationale," an eve-
Jacob Barmore as speaker.
Gubow was severely wounded in will be Marvin Fox, professor of ning of folk dancing from around
World War II and has been active philosophy at Ohio State Univer- the world, will be sponsored by
in veteran affairs. He served as sity; Manfred Vogel, professor of PGASP (P o s t Graduate Adas
commander of the Michigan De- religion at Northwestern Univer- Shalom Presents) 7:30 p.m. March
partment of the Jewish War Vet , sity; and Mrs. Christine Downing, 20 in the synagogue social hall.
Barbara Murdock, with a group
erans and was chairman of the professor of literature and religion
national JWV convention which at Douglas College (Rutgers). The of dancers from the International
was held in Detroit. As a state sessions will be moderated by Ale- Institute, will perform and dem-
corporation and securities com- xander Guiora, U of M associate onstrate such dances as the Mace-
missioner, he issued the famous professor of psychology and psy- donian oro, Hungarian csardas,
rule against bias in housing. He chiatry. Lectures are open to the Russian troika and Israeli and Ro-
was appointed to his present post public, but in the second hour, manian horas.
seminar registrants only will meet
by President Kennedy.
The Adas Shalom affiliate in-
with the speaker.
vites all young adults in the com-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The Hillel Foundation is a Semi- munity to attend. Refreshments
22—Friday, March 11,1966
nar cosponsor.
will be served. Nominal charge.

Dances of World
Slated by PGASP

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