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January 27, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-27

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20—Friday, January 27, 1967

Panush-Zelenko Vows
to Be Spoken Sept. 17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Oa die Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The Shepherd from
Tekoa" by Harriet Kopp, is part
of the series entitled "Pages from
the Living Book." This story tells
of the prophet Amos' journey from
the small hamlet of Tekoa to the
city of Samaria in order to save his
people from evil living and to teach
his son Seth the importance of pas-
sing on knowledge from generation
to generation.

* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

MISS ELLEN PANUSH

Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: Karl Katz, chief cur-
ator of the Israel Museum in Jeru-
salem, will be interviewed by Rab-
bi Daniel L. Davis, director of the
New York Federation of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.

Rabbinical Council
Head Stresses
Day School Need

Peter Weingarden Weds
Sherryl Lynn Rosenberg

Asserting that "only the knowl-
edgeable Jew can be a proud Jew,"
the spokesman for the Orthodox
Rabbinical Council of America
called upon the Jewish community
to support the day school move-
ment as "our responsibility."
Rabbi Pesach Z. Levovitz, presi-
dent of the RCA, fooled a heavy,
plane-grounding fog to reach De-
troit and address the annual din-
ner of Akiva Hebrew Day School
Tuesday evening at Cong. Bnai
David. (The same fog prevented
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveid from ad-
dressing the Jewish National Fund
Women's Auxiliary luncheon that
afternoon.)

Rabbi Levovitz, who himself
founded the Hebrew day school
in Lakewood, N.J., said that "In
the past, we were, 'privileged'
to reap the fruit of negativism
in the community." Because of
anti-Semitism, he said, the Jews
could not take an active part in
the general society and were
forced to stick together. Thus,
the priority item 25 years ago
was assimilation into that gen-
eral society, he said.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Panush,
18237 Roselawn, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ellen
to Julian Zelenko, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Zelenko, 17560 Wis-
consin.
Miss Panush is studying Rus-
"We've grown and matured. Now
* *
sian at the University of Michigan's
IN CONTACT
the question is, how do we estab-
graduate school. She is affiliated
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
lish a sense of belonging to the
with Pi Beta Phi Sorority. - Her
Station: WJR
Jewish community?"
fiance is studying industrial edu-
Feature: "Am I My Brother's
With 360 day schools in the
cation at Wayne State University.
The couple plans a Sept. 17 wed- Keeper?", a discussion of work in country, said Rabbi Levovitz, the
the under-developed area of Gua- movement has become "an inte-
ding.
temala by Maryknoll Missionary gral part of American life."
Father Edward McClear, and a De-
Morris Karbal, general chair-
troit physician, Dr. Harry Pierce. man of the dinner, was presented
Hal Youngblood will conduct the with a plaque which cited his "de-
votion and support" to the day
GOODFELLOWSHIP CLUB will discussion.
* * *
school movement in the com-
HEAR OUR VOICE
gather for an evening at Windsor's
munity. Philip Stollman made the
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Elmwood Casino Feb. 7. New offi-
presentation on behalf of the
Station: WCAR
cers are Louis Lyons, president;
Feature: Continuing the series school.
David I. Berris, president of
Ben Milstein, vice president; Al "Songs of Israel" with Tsadok Sa-
Magitz, secretary-treasurer; Harry vir, who will sing a collection of Akiva, made the opening remarks;
Rabbi James I. Gordon introduced
Berger, sergeant at arms; Charles songs entitled "To My Country." the guest speaker; and Steven
Bednarsh, Hy Benach and Jack Cantor Harold Orbach, host of the Tenenbaum, pr e s id e nt of the
series, will comment on the songs school's student council, greeted
Schechter, trustees; Harry Kronen, and the style of the performer.
the audience in Hebrew and in
hospitaler; and Joe Rosson, chap-
* * *
lain. Committee chairmen are Har-
English.
HIGHLIGHTS
Cantor Hyman J. Adler sang
ry Weinstein, Magitz, I. Finkel,
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
several selections, and Sheldon
Benach, Jack Schwartz, Nate Feld-
Station:
WJBK
Salzman and Rabbi Manfred Pick,
man, Rosson and William Mintz.
and
Akiva principal, led the prayers.
* * *
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
DETROIT GRADUATE CHAP-
Station: Channel 2
TER, Tau Epsilon Rho Law Fra-
Feature: The final episode of
Can You Top This?
ternity, will elect officers at a din- "Jewish Themes and Jewish Art"
ner meeting 6:30 p.m. Thursday will discuss some of the premises
Rabbi Pesach Levovitz, guest
at Topinka's Country House. Aaron aired over the past eight weeks on
speaker at the annual Akiva
Weiswasser will speak on "Do- the development of Jewish creativ-
Day School dinner Tuesday
mestic Relations." For reserva- ity in the arts. Participating will
evening, told his audience of
tions, call Harry Klein, 833-2980.
be Cantor Harold Orbach of Tem-
an amusing encounter between
* * *
ple Israel Congregation, host of
Francis Cardinal Spellman of
New York and Dr. Samuel Bel-
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB the series, and Evelyn Orbach,
kin, president of Yeshiva Uni-
will hold its annual games night 8 program associate of the Jewish
versity, who were guest speak-
p.m. Saturday at the temple. The Community Council of Metropoli-
ers at a Yeshiva gathering not
program is open at no charge to all tan Detroit. * * *
long ago.
members and their wives. Guests
LIVING SHOW
After Cardinal Spellman had
are invited at a nominal charge.
Time: 9 a.m. Feb. 3 _
extolled his fellow speaker and
Wives of past presidents and of-
Station: Channel 4
noted the many similarities
ficers of the temple and men's
Feature: Carol Duvall will inter-
between them, Dr. Belkin arose
club will be hostesses for the eve-
and said:
ning. A midnight supper will con- view Mrs. David Kliger on the sub-
"There is one difference be-
clude the evening. For reserva- ject of "Brotherhood."
* * *
tween you and me, Cardinal
tions call Tom Mitteldorf, UN 3-
SPECIAL
Spellman. You wear a red
6787, or Morton Bechek, UN 4-
Time: 12:30 p.m. Thursday
yarmulka and you're always in
4519.
Station: WQRS-FM
* * •
the black; I wear a black yar-
Feature: Dr. Richard C. Hertz
mulka and I'm always in the
ROSENWAT.T) POST, American
red."
Legion, and its auxiliary, will of Temple Beth El, will speak on
charter a bus to take 45 girls of "What Can a Man Believe About
the Beth Yehudah Hebrew School the End of Things" based on his
to the Shrine Circus, 11:30 a.m., at soon-to-be-released book "What Author Elie Wiesel Raps
the State Fair Grounds, Feb. Can A Man Believe?"
Anne Frank's Father for
7. The arrangements committee to
Curb on Meyer Levin Play
accompany the children includes
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Two surviv-
Joseph Shapiro, Louis Bogrow, Da-
ors of the Auschwitz death camp
vid Pessman, Mrs. Esther Rami-
who have written widely on the
nick, child welfare chairman, and
A Federation of Hebrew Teach- Nazi holocaust have sharply criti-
Mrs. Rebecca Mitchell, president.
ers of Metropolitan Detroit was cized Anne Frank's father for bar-
formed this week consisting of ring the Israeli Soldiers' Theater
teachers of the United Hebrew from performing a drama based
Schools, Hillel Day School, and the on his daughter's world-famous
schools of Congregations Beth diary, published posthumously.
Otto Frank, who has been wag-
Shalom, Bnai David and Shaarey
By Sid Shmarak
ing a 14-year war against novelist
Zedek.
DAVID L. FRIEDMAN of Aetna
Al Burke has been named co- Meyer Levin's stage version of the
Life Insurance Co. (Glenn B. Moore ordinator until a more solid diary, banned the performance by
Agency) has again received an foundation can be established for the Israeli soldiers because they
used Levin's script. The criticism
award for selling over $1,000,000 this federation.
The announcement of the forma- was voiced by Elie Wiesel, now an
of group insurance during 1966.
*
tion of this body states that "it American, and "Katzetnick," now
RON STONE & CO., advertising, is the purpose of this federation an Israeli. He is author of the
has been named to handle adver- to strengthen and to elevate the well-known "House of Dolls."
tising and public relations for Dan- position of the Hebrew - teaching
Charity knows neither race nor
sico Associates, Inc., a national profession through a unified ap-
creed. — Gitlin, 61a
proach."
sales promotion organization.

Men's Clubs

Young Career Women
Form New BB Chapter

Mrs. David Levine, president of
the Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit, announces
the formation of a new chapter
geared toward the young career
woman.
Those interested in participating
in the formation of this new group
may contact Marilyn Slutsky, UN
4-0126, after 6 p.m.
This new chapter is part of the
area expansion program under the
guidance of Mrs. Robert Lewiston,
member of the board of directors
of Bnai Brith Women District 62 (
and Mrs. Phillip Edelheit, past'
president of the Bnai Brith Wom-
en's Council of Metropolitan De-
troit.

MISS SHERRYL ROSENBERG

At a recent dinner-party, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Rosenberg, 28282
Kendallwood, Farmington, an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Sherryl Lynn, to Peter
Anthony Weingarden, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer J. Weingarden,
of Flint.
Miss Rosenberg is a graduate of
Eastern M i c h i g a n University,
School of Education, where she is
continuing graduate studies. Her
fiance did undergraduate work at
Parsons College, and graduate
work at Wayne State University.
He is currently attending the De
troit College of Law.
A December 1967 wedding is
planned.

Bnai Brith Women Hold
'Institute on Judaism'

Bnai Brith Women's Council of
Metropolitan Detroit will hold its
annual Institute on Judaism 9:30
a.m. Wednesday, at Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. There will be a
luncheon.
"A Day in The Pursuit of Learn-
ing" will feature Rabbi Isaac Pan-
eth in the morning and Cantor
Reuven Frankel in the afternoon.
Rabbi Paneth will speak on Jew-
ish culture and religion through
the ages and how they meet the
challenges of today. Cantor Fran-
kel will speak on Jewish and He-
brew music in a similar vein.
Mrs. David Levine, president, re-
ports that tickets are available
from the ticket chairman, Mrs.
Alex Mann, UN 3-7249.

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