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December 22, 1967 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-22

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ETERNAL LIGHT—RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Lantern in the In-
ferno," a Hanuka special, written
by the late Morton Wishengrad,
tells the story of a modern Israeli
Maccabee.
• • •
ETERNAL LIGHT—TELEVISION
Time: 2 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: A Hanuka special,
"The Unvanquished," will be pre-
sented. New meaning in the Jewish
Zealots' defense of Masada seen
through the eyes of an unwilling
survivor of the Holocaust. Written
by Joseph Mindel, with a cast in-
cluding Anne Mecham and George
Voskovec.
* * •
,
TIIE MAGIC DOOR
Time: 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Station: Channel 56.
Feature: Tiny Tov, again.
▪ *
IN CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: Richard Burton. on
original soundtrack, will read the
poetry of Wilfred Owen, who wrote
of the tragedies of war, and who
died at the age of 25 one week be-
fore the armistice of Nov. 11, 1918.
• • •
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR,
Feature: Songs of the Gerer
Hasidim, composed by Yankel Tal-
mud, featuring soloist Cantor Da-
vid Werdyger, will be hosted by
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel.
• • •
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WKNR.
Feature: Dr. Velvl Green of the
University of Minnesota, consult.
ant to the U.S. space program will
speak on "Hasidim in the Science
Laboratory." Interludes of various
Hasidic melodies.



For Unique Tasteful
Entertainment

JOE ODDO

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HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "The Sound of Sing-
ing" is the theme of the program
in the series "Eastern European
Culture." Cantor Harold Orbach
will explore the synagogue music
and folk songs of Eastern Europe.
and
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
Feature: Shimon Peres, secre-
tary general of the Rafi Party of
Israel and former deputy minister
of defense, will be interviewed by
Norman Katz of the American
Jewish Committee.

Israeli Dance Set-
for Young Adults
at Jewish Center

The Combined Schools of the Ar-
beiter Ring and Sholem Aleichem
will sponsor a Hanuka celebration
8:30 p.m. today at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Latkes will be served
Children will be admitted free,
others at a nominal charge.

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Yeshivath Beth Yehuda's annual
Hanuka Carnival will be held 11
a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday at the South-
field Yeshiva building.
There will be many games and
activities. Refreshments, a gift
shop, prizes and an auction at the
end of the day also are planned.
Tickets may be purchased at the

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Parents
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MELBOURNE—Fifty-seven Jew-
ish students from Australia and
New Zealand left here Wednesday
on an eight-week study tour in
Israel. The youngsters, hailing
from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and
Wellington were given a farewell
reception by Israel's ambassador,
S. Pratt.

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Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac
will observe its annual college
homecoming with a service partici-
pated in by college students 8:30
p.m. today. Robert Gordon and Ju-
dith Nosenchuck will speak on col-
lege and the challenge to Judaism.

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tassow—Werra

The survey pointed out that
"what Israelis see today as the
most vicious of Soviet propaganda
attacks is the even more recent
trend to utter not only anti-Zionist,
anti-Israel remarks but also anti-
Jewish religion references.'



* Judaism on Campus

George Kendall on the Channel 4

program "Target: TALUS" 1 p.m.
and agent of American and British
Dec. 30.
imperialism; the Israelis were the
aggressors in the June war; Israel THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
has acted much in the way Nazis
Friday, December 22, 1967-27
acted, committing Nazi-type atroc-
ities on military and civilian pop-
ulations; there is a resistance
movement among the general Arab
BUMF PM MU SALM
population quite apart from the
Syrian-coached terrorist groups:
and Israel unconditionally should
SWIM DI CUSICA
give up the occupied Arab areas
HANPIECECOLOURING
and leave all territories it overran.
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Harry Polley

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Southfield

BOSTON, (JTA) — The Soviet
anti-Israeli propaganda line has
escalated to the point of challeng-
ing the concept of there being
such a thing as a genuine "Jew-
ish nation," the Christian Science
Monitor said Monday in a full-
page article devoted to the Moscow
propaganda campaign.
The paper said that the new
Soviet line "borders on challeng-
ing Israel's existence" but added
that "the Soviet Union still ap-
pears not to deny Israel's right to
exist, while, at the same time pour-
ing arms into Arab countries whose
dominating motivation is to anni-
hilate and destroy Israel com-
pletely.
The report, by Bertram B. Jo-
hansson, filed from Jerusalem,
charged that "in an unusually sub-
tle and, at the same time obvious
manner, Soviet propaganda is try-
ing to equate Israeli actions with
Nazi and Hitlerite characteristics."
It summarized the chief Soviet
anti - Israel current propaganda
themes as the following: Israel is

The Young Adult Planning Com-
mittee of the Jewish Center is co-
ordinating an Israeli Dance Night
8 p.m. Jan. 6 in Shiffman Hall.
The program will feature Israeli
and social dancing in a coffee
house setting.
Temple Israel Students
Guitarist Sheri Lipson will lead Plan Sabbath Eve Fete
in folk singing.
The college youth of Temple
The program is open to men 18- Israel members will be guests of
30 and women 18-26. Nominal ad- the sisterhood and men's club at
mission charge includes refresh- a Sabbath dinner in the social hall
ments.
prior to Sabbath Eve services to-
day.
110 Scholarship Grants
Dr. Eliot D. Luby, psychiatrist,
to Future Center Workers will speak on "Family, Culture and
the
Negro Revolution."
NEW YORK—A total of 87 fu-
ture professional Jewish Center
Students present at the dinner
and Yhf and YWHA workers are will attend the Sabbath Eve serv-
now students in graduate schools ice, and hear their fellow students
of social work under 110 scholar. and Temple Israel alumni discuss
ship and fellowship grants valued "The Role of American College
at $195,300, it is announced by Youth in Public Affairs." Among
Louis Stern, president of the Na- the subjects are the war in Viet-
tional Jewish Welfare Board. nam, the Negro struggle for equal-
These are 18 more students than ity and Israel's victory and its
received similar grants last year. struggle for peace.
The 110 grants represent an in-
The panelists are Andrew Ellias
crease of 28 grants over the 1966 of Wayne State University, and Jill
figure. Fifty-eight of the grants Green. Russell Lindon and Lowell
are sponsored by local Jewish cen-
Seyburn, all of the University of
ters and YM and YWIIAs affiliated Michigan.
with JWB, 38 are made through the
All children of temple families
JWB regions, and 22 are national
are invited.
grants.

Latke Party Cooking

ORCHESTRA

IRVING RUBIN, director of the
Transportation and Land Use
Study will discuss TALUS with

Soviet Propaganda Challenges Concept
of 'Jewish Nation,' Sttes Monitor

Hain't we got all the fools in
town on our side? And ain't that a mt
big enough majority in any town?
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