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June 24, 1966 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, June 24, 1966

Direct Words We Live By' Program

Dechter-freinbergRites
Held by Candlelight

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A heated studio argument precedes the discussion on the air of
"Dreams and Vision in the Bible." Discussion on this topic will con-
stitute this summer's "Words We Live By" series, produced by the
Eternal Light on the coast-to-coast radio network of the National
Broadcasting Company. The discussions, which are scheduled every
Sunday for 15 consecutive weeks, feature Mark Van Doren, author,
critic and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who is professor • emeritus of
English at Columbia University, and Maurice Samuel, author and
lecturer (second and third from left). At their left is Ben Zion Bok-
ser,rabbi of the Forest Hills Jewish Center, radio program editor for
Eternal Light, and, at their right, Kenneth MacGregor, director for
NBC. The Eternal Light, which won a Peabody Award in 1962, is a
presentation of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

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HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: In this program called
"Folk Songs of Modern Israel,"
Cantor Harold Orbach, host of the
series, follows the singing of the
Israeli from the kibbutz through
the countryside.
* *
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a:m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
and
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: Participating in a dis-
cussion of the values, attitudes
and activities of youth in the Jew-
islt community will be Mrs. Lewis
Grossman, hostess for this series
on youth and chairman of the
broadcasting committee of the Jew-
ish Community Council; Allan Gel-
fand, director of the youth divi-
sion of the Jewish Center; Rabbi

Leonard Cahan, assistant
and Dr.
Adas Shalom Synagogue; rabbi
of
superin-
Irving Panush, assistant Hebrew
tendent of the United
Schools.
* *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: "The God Who Wounds"
will be presented as part of a
series on "Radical Theology of
Genesis."'
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: Mark Van Doren and
Maurice Samuel, two well-known
authors, discuss "Dreams and
Visions in the Bible" for the sec-
ond week in this 15-part series
of dialogues. "The Role and Na-
ture of Dreams and Visions: Part
II" will deal with the meaning of
the word "vision," implying ethical
behavior.

Try and Stop Me

By BENNETT CERF-

nNE OF LONDON'S most exclusive Pall Mall clubs,
ONE
members were all from families high in society,
let down the bars for the first time and admitted a vulgar
S elf-made millionaire.
One particularly nasty
old member sniffed to the
newcomer, "I say, what
did your father do?" "He
was a butcher," said the
new member, his head
held high. "A butcher,
eh?" echoed the nasty
one. "Pity he didn't teach
you to be one." "And
what was your father?"
demanded the new mem-
ber. "My father," was the
Cold reply, "happened to
be a gentleman." "Isn't it
a shame," observed the
new member, "he didn't teach YOU to be one."

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Ben Hecht liked to tell about the close-mouthed politician who
shot his girl friend and was convicted of murder in the first de-
gree. Just before he was hung, he was asked, "Have you any.
thing you wish to say?" His answer was, "Not at this time."
*
*
Jack Fuller once happened upon a Sea Scout camp pitched on
a beach where the porpoises were so congenial they'd swim right
into shore every dinner time. So the chef got into the habit of
yodeling every evening at seven, 'Dinner! For all in tents and

porpoises."

MRS. MITCHELL DECHTER

Marriage vows were spoken by
Barbara Weinberg and Mitchell
Dechter at a candlelight ceremony
Tuesday evening at Temple Israel
in rites solemnized by Dr. Leon
Fram and Rabbi M. Robert Syme.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Weinberg of Kingston
Rd. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack 'Dechter of
London Ave.
Wearing a sleeveless Empire
gown of peau de soie with a floor-
length coat and tea-cup sleeves
of duchess lace and matching bon-
net, the bride carried lilies of the
valley on her confirmation Bible.
Judith Ann Weinberg attend-
ed her sister as maid of honor.
The bridesmaids were Mrs. An-
thony Brown, Mrs. Donald Lifton,
Marijane Lazar, Libby Beth
Wain, Joann Weissman and Rima
Saslove.
'Alvin Dechter, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Serving
as ushers were William Davis,
Jerrold Becker, Richard Schiffer,
Steven Wain, Michael Shubow,
Mervin Cherrin, Dr. Howard Weiss-
man, Dr. Martin Weissman and
Irwin Serotte.
Following a wedding trip to
Mexico, the newlyweds will make
their home in Royal Oak.

EDWARD NORD, young Detroit
pianist, will be presented by his
teacher, Julius Chajes, in a recital
Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at the Music
Room of the Jewish Center. He
will play compositions by Bach,
Beethoven, Br a h m s, Schumann,
Chopin, Debussy, Chajes and Ger-
shwin. Edward, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin Nord, began studying piano
at the age of 5. Last summer he
took courses in theory with Nadia
Boulanger at Fontainbleau, France.
A few months ago Ed won first
prize in the piano competition for
high school students sponsored by
Grinnells and the Detroit Musi-
cians League. Ed just graduate Phi
Beta Kappa from Cass Technical
High School.

* * *

A volume of articles and ad-
dresses by a former president of
the National Conference of Jewish
Communal Service has been pub-
lished under the title SELECTED
WRITINGS OF MIRIAM R. EPH-
RAIM. The volume was published
by the Jewish Welfare Board in
tribute to Miss Ephraim who re-
cently retired after a distinguished
record of 20 years as director of
JWB National program services-.
Miss Ephraim is new secretary
general of the International Con-
ference of Jewish Communal Serv-
ice.
* * *
Circuit Judge CHARLES KAUF-
MAN will moderate a panel dis-
cussion on "WHERE ARE WE GO-
ING IN VIETNAM?" before the
17th District Young Democrats, 8
p.m. Monday at Region 1A-UAW
Hall, 8222 Joy.
Panelists include Bruce Miller,
chairman of the legal redress com-
mittee of the local NAACP and
member of the executive board of
the 1VIetropolitan Detroit chapter
of the ACLU; and James Lafferty,

national executive secretary of the

National Lawyers Guild and a
"peace" candidate for the Demo-
cratic nomination for U.S. Con-
gressman in the 17th District. For
information, call Sol Plafkin, 831-

1723.

Yemenites Suspect Jews
of Rainmaking Powers

The sma'.
TEL AVIV (ZINS)
number of Jews who remain
Yemen are being urged to reman,
a recent immigrant from that coun= ----
try reports.

The Yemenite Arabs, he said, be-
lieve their Jewish citizens have

special rainmaking powers. This
belief is supported by the fact that
the villages where Jews reside en-

joy a larger rainfall.

If all the vitamin tablets sup-
plied by UNICEF were strung to-
gether in a single line, they would
cover a distance of 13,098 miles—
five times the distance from New
York to San Francisco, or twice the
distance from Mexico City to Mos-
cow.

Per Capita Egg Usage
Israel's per capita egg con-
sumption, among the highest in
the world, totals 400 annually.

by

HAL GORDON

and Orchestras

UN 3 5730

UN 3 8982

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WATCH WEIGHT WITHER
WITH THE ORIGINAL

WEIGHT WATCHERS

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Vandalized Again; •
Employe, 83, Attacked

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measures to curb further acts of
vandalism against the historic
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
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FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
been the target for numerous at-
tacks climaxed last week by an
assault on a synagogue official
who surprised five youths in the
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The intruders, believed to be 17
or 18 years of age, knocked him •
to the floor and pummeled him,
WHILE PAMPERING YOUR FURNITURE
inflicting severe cuts on his eye,
forehead and elsehwere about the
face. By the time congregants
found Epstein bleeding on the

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When a worshiper tried to phone
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