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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-08

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday

Station: WWJ
Feature: .Authors Mark Van
Doren and Maurice Samuel will
discuss "Men and Dreams" Part
II, focusing on Joseph as the first
"professional" interpret e r of
dreams.
*
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Voice of the Folk
Singer" will feature Theodore
Bikel.

MRS. MARTIN GINSBERG

MRS. HOWARD KAPLAN

- Ellen Ruth Teal and Howard B.
Kaplan were united in marriage
Sunday at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. The parents of the couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Teal,
17355 Santa t arbara, and Mr. and
!,.Mrs. David R. Kaplan, 17311 Ap-
poline.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza, with Empire bodice and
outlined with ribbon lace. This
motif was repeated on the hemline
, and train. She wore a mantilla of
imported Alencon lace and carried
.--.a bouquet of lilies of the valley.
Ann Teal, sister-in-law of the
bride, was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Joyce Nemeth, Mary
Ann McMahon, Jeri Sasson and
Annette Fink.
Best man was Louis Kaplan,
brother of the bridegroom. Jerry
Rosenthal, Stewart Teal, Michael
Berke and Martin Portnoy served
as ushers.
The couple are honeymooning in
San Francisco and Las Vegas.

JACK LEFKOWITZ, national
treasurer of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will attend the
international conference of the
Memorial Foundation for Jewish
Culture, July 12-13, in Geneva,
Switzerland .He will participate in
the sessions as a delegate of the
American Zionist Council.

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HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
and
Time: 9:15 a.m.
Station: WJBK
Feature: The second part of
"Community Issues" will be a dis-
cussion of the problems of Jews
in the USSR by Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz of Temple Beth El and
former chairman of the committee
on Jews in the Soviet orbit for the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
* * *
LOOK UP AND LIVE
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: A Profile of Lillian
Wald and the Henry Street Settle-
ment House in New York City will
be presented.

Rare Find Tells 01
Jewish Christians
After Jesus' Time

JERUSALEM — Prof. Shlomo
Pines of the Hebrew University
has discovered a 1,000-year-old ac-
count of a Jewish-Christian sect
living in Jerusalem shortly after
the time of Jesus.
This sect accepted Jesus as a
prophet, as a servant of God, not
the son of God. Its leaders criti-
cized the Apostle Paul for not con-
fining his teachings to Jews and
for considering Jesus as the Mes-
siah.
Prof. Pines learned of the 600-
page document in Istanbul a few
years ago while examining Islamic
texts. He brought a microfilm
copy to Israel and will publish his
findings later this year.
Included in the document is a
historical account of the sect,
which was forced to flee Jerusa-
lem about A. D. 62, just before
the Jewish rebellion that ended
in the destruction of Jesusalem
by the Romans in the year 70.
The sect's writings were supple-
mented by members who wan-
dered through what is now Syria
and Iraq.
The original authors were mem-
bers of the Jerusalem sect, which
managed to maintain its Judeo-
Christian traditions for several
centuries. They maintained the
essentials of Jewish religious prac-
tice as Jesus did and proposed that
evangelical work be confined to
Jews, and in Hebrew.

Friday, July 8, 1966-17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual sum-
mer dinner 6 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue social hall. Mrs. Leo
Laufer, chairman, invites friends.
*
*
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, announces its Israel
Cash Shower will take place 12:30
P.m. Tuesday, at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Luncheon will be served,
to be followed by an afternoon of
games. Guests are invited.
* * *
DAVID-HORODOKER YOUNG-
WOMEN ORGANIZATION w i 11
sponsor a picnic Tuesday for a
ward of patients at Northville
State Hospital.
*
*
NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver, will
hold a dinner - dance 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Elmwood Casino.
Members' husbands are invited.
For information and tickets, call
Mrs. Irving Chaiken, UN 3-6574,
or Mrs. Donald Golden, UN 4-8343.

DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at the home
of Mrs. Charles Young, 25035 W.
Rue Versailles, Oak Park. The
board will discuss the $10,000,000
"New Horizons" program to in-
crease facilities and services at
the medical center, and future
events will be mapped.

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Wittie Ginsberg, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Mrs. Richard Carson, sister of the
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Karson and Steven Weig were
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trip across the country in August.
They will make their home in
Yonkers.

Morris Bornsteins
to Mark 50th Year

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bornstein,
4103 31st St., will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary Satur-
day, at a reception given by their
children at the home of their son,
Floyd A. Bornstein, 20059 Weyher,
Livonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Bornstein were
married in Detroit and have lived
at the same address since their
wedding. Mr. Bornstein operated a
men's wear and tailoring shop un-
til 1963 and has worked as a tailor
since that time.
The Bornsteins have two other
sons, Philip and Norman, and eight
grandchildren.

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YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the home
of Bertha Miller, 22044 Kessler.
President Ann Rubin and Com-
mander Charles Glass announce
that the annual joint picnic will be
held 2 p.m. Sunday at the Oak Park
Community Park. For information
and reservations, call Glass, KE
5-4133. The auxiliary is making
plans for its annual picnic. for
muscular dystrophy children un-
der the chairmanship of Yetta
Glass and Ann Rubin. Anyone
wishing to assist may call Mrs.
Rubin, KE 5-4031, or Mrs. Glass,
KE 5-4133.

Summer Concerts Held
at 24 Parks in Area

The city of Detroit's department
of parks and recreation, in co-
sponsorship w i t h the Detroit
Federation of Musicians, will
spend, this summer, over $92,000
on the presentation of free con-
certs to Detroiters and visitors to
Detroit.
According to Merle Alvey, vice
president of the Detroit Federa-
tion of Musicians, this amount,
taken from the Music Performance
Trust Funds of The Recording In-
dustries is distributed to cover pro-
grams by the Detroit Concert Band,
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, three
"pop" orchestras and two mobile
concert bands that will perform in
24 different area parks.
It represents one of the largest
gifts of free music to the people
of any city in the United States.



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