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April 28, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-28

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Friday, April 28, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kathie Helper Becomes
Mrs. Paul J. Dizik

activities in Society

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senting a 19 per cent increase over
Israel's Exports
of $343.5
Israel's industrial exports last the previous year's total

year totaled $405.8 million, repre- million.

Mr. and Mrs. David Silberg of Fort Wayne, Ind. will depart for
an extended European vacation Thursday. The former Birmingham
residents will be met by friends in Rome and Madrid.
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, THE NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karasick, former Detroiters now of North ir
Hollywood, Calif., are spending the Passover holidays here with their
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family.
Detroiter Norman Cottler will join his fellow veterans of the
Jewish Legion at their 50th jubilee celebration in Israel in May.
Several hundred veterans who served in the Palestine forces during
the First World War will take part in the pilgrimage to several of
Israel's cities in conjunction with the 19th anniversary of Israel's
statehood. The Palestine Jewish Legion had a number of battalions
as part of the Egyptian Expeditionary Forces under General Allenby.
Some 10,000 young Jewish men from Canada, United States, England
and Palestine volunteered to help Great Britain wrest Palestine from
the Turks. in order to have a valid claim for a Jewish homeland in
the Holy Land.

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MRS. PAUL DIZIK

Kathie Eileen Helper became
the bride of Paul Joseph Dizik
Saturday evening in a double-ring
candlelight ceremony at Temple
Beth El. The former Miss Helper
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Helper of Ardmoor Dr.,
Birmingham. Mr. Dizik is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dizik of
Woodland Ave., Ferndale.
The bride wore a gown of peau
de soie with re-embroidered Alen-
con lace and a short veil with
matching lace.
Attending the bride were Joanne
Helper, her sister, as maid of
honor, and bridesmaids Diane
Bortman, Marilynn Helper, cousin
of the bride, Mrs. Stanley Rosen-
berg and Mrs. Michael Jacobson.
Edward Dizik was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Dennis
Frank, P. Dennis Rands, Dale
Rands, Sidney Jackson, Kerry
Ozer, cousin of the groom, and
Gary Helper, cousin of the bride.
Following a honeymoon in Wil-
liamsburg, Va., the couple will re-
side in Southfield.

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ewryvn tize Air

SPECIAL

ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "Ben-Gurion on t h e
Feature: "Nelly Sachs: A Sheaf
Bible," a half-hour conversation of Lightning" by Virginia Mazer
between Israel's first prime min- will be presented as the first in a
ister and CBS news correspondent series on the life and work of the
Alexander Kendrick. The conver- German-Jewish poet who shared
sation, which was filmed during last year's Nobel Prize for Litera-
Ben-Gurion's recent tour of the ture with S. Y. Agnon. The pro-
United States and Canada, covers gram will feature as guest com-
a variety of subjects including the mentator, Dr. Vera Lachmann, pro-
meaning of the Ten Command- fessor of classics at Brooklyn Col-
ments for today, the Bible as lit- lege, who knew the poet in Ger-
erature, the so-called "Is G o d many before both fled the Nazi
Dead?" question, the miracles and holocaust in 1939.
the prophecies, the Holy Book as
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an archeological tool, and the need
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
for justice and peace as envisioned
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
in the Bible.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Arthur J. Lely-
veld of Fairmount Temple, Cleve-
land, author of the soon-to-be re-
leased book, "Atheism Is DeaC"
will speak on "A Religion of De-
mand."

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

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HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: A program on "Pass-
over Around the World" which
commemorates the traditional holi-
day with a look at its international
significance. Cantor Orbach, host
for the series, will comment on
the traditions of the people, the
holiday of Passover and the rendi-
tions presented.
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presidents, Ron Galperin and Earl
Partica. Galperin is manager of
the Chamberlain office in Oak
Park and has been with the com-
pany for three years. He was for-
merly owner and president of a
chain of ladies wear stores. Partica
is manager of the Chamberlain
Royal Oak office.

Feature: "Riots or the Rat Race,"
a look at today's college student
will be presented. Hal Youngblood,
host and moderator of this pro-
gram, meets with students from
local universities and explores
with them their goals, attitudes
toward themselves, their families,
their role in society and their view
of the world today.

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LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR

Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WKNR.
Feature: "A Thought for the
Week," Rabbi Yitschak M. Kagan
will talk on "The Blindfold of
Self-Love." The youth panel will
pose questions concerning the his-
tory and present-day philosophy of
the movement. Hasidic melodies
and tunes will be played through-
out the program.

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air or rail; one for four days and
four nights taking in Expo and
Toronto, departs on June 30; and
one for five days and five nights,
departing June 29, also takes in
Expo and Toronto. Extensions in
Toronto for the combined Expo
and Toronto trips are available.
Elliott Elkin has just returned
from Montreal, where he personal-
ly inspected the accommodations.
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The B. F. CHAMBERLAIN
REAL ESTATE CO. announces
the appointment of two new vice

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HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK
and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
MISS MARILYN WOLF
Feature: The final program in
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolf of the series "History of Jews in
Oakwood Dr., Oak Park, announce Michigan," will be presented. In
the engagement of their daughter the years 1900 to 1926 the great
Marilyn to Seymour J. Grossman, influx of Eastern European Jewry
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Grossman brought a flourishing Yiddish cul-
ture with them to Detroit. Philip
of Pembroke Ave.
A Nov. 26 wedding is planned. Gilbert and Edward Schlussel, two
men who were important contribu-
tors to that culture, appear with
Irving I. Katz, executive secretary
May you live all the days of
of Temple Beth El and historiog-
—Swift.
rapher of the Jewish Historical
your life.
Society of Michigan, host of the
series, to report and reminisce on
an era that is gone but not for-
ELKIN TRAVEL BUREAU is gotten.
offering three exciting tours to
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Leave Everything to Us
Expo over the Fourth of July
IN CONTACT
weekend. One, for five days and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
four nights, departs June 29, via
Station: WJR.

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GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY!
SHOP 12 TO 5 P.M.!

Wolf-Grossman Rites •
to Be Solemnized Nov.26

Vocational Service
Listed in Directory

The Jewish Vocational Service is
listed in the latest edition of the
Directory of Approved Counseling
Agencies, according to Albert Co-
hen. executive director.
The American Board on Coun-
seling Services, which publishes
the directory, is the only organi-
zation in the country that evaluates
counseling services, having been
incorporated for that purpose by
the American Personnel and Guid-
ance Association.
The Jewish Vocational Service
has been re-approved since the in-
ception of this evaluation program,
Cohen said. The Vocational Ser-
vice and its Community Workshop
maintain a program of employment
placement for the hard-to-place,
career counseling, student scholar-
ships and loans, pre-vocational
training and a sheltered work-
shop.

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GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY

Green-8 Shopping Center, Greenfield/West 8 Mile
Mon., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. til 9 p.m.

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