32—Friday, May 17, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
May 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Philip 1 April 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
G. Kraft (Barbara Pan), 23311 1 man Mochlman. 29771 Fox Grove,
Kipling, Oak Park, a daughter, Farmington, a daughter, Cheryl
Carolyn Jill. Lynn.'
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May 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon
April 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Levine (Rosalind Epstein), 15220
Buch (Marcia Kanter), 27415 Sel-
Northfield, Oak Park, a son, David kirk, Southfield, a daughter, Laurie
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May 8—To Dr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Katz (Janice Naftaly), De-
troiters stationed at Barksdale Air
Force Base, La., a son, Steven
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May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Kushner (Carol Ann Gar e 1 i k),
This Week's Radio and
23061 Kipling, Oak Park, a
daughter, Lisa Karyn.
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May 5—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan M.
Belkin (Elaine Claire Fried), 18412
Station: Channel 4.
Alta Vista, Southfield, a daughter,
Feature: "Alternatives to Fear,"
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the first in a five-part series on
May 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Bruce urban unrest sponsored by the
H. Lyons (Natalie Korby), 25710 Interfaith Action Council and area
Shiawassee, Southfield, a daughter, leaders, will - focus on relieving
tensions by frank discussions of the
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climate of fear that persists. The
April 28—To Dr. and Mrs. Julian second portion of the program will
Jay Kutinsky (Lesley Goodman), consist of a "quiz" on the Kerner
18057 Hartwell, a daughter, Ilana Report in an attempt to show that
people don't know as much about
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the report as they think they do.
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Eisenberg (Barbara Hillm a n),
25881 Ivanhoe, Huntington Woods,
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
a daughter, Elizabeth Anne.
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Feature: "The Kerner Report:
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert. Gordon (Frances Skulsky), What Happened and Why?" The
former Detroiters of Simsbury, first of four programs about civil
rights and the urban crisis in the
Conn., a son, Bradley James.
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light of-the Kerner Report. Partic-
April 17 — To Dr. and Mrs. ipants will be Dr. Hugh Butts-,
Herman Slatis (Gay Mazer of De- psychoanalyst with Harlem Hos-
troit) of East Lansing, a son, pital, Rabbi Wolfe Kelman of the
Jewish Theological Seminary and
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April 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel Charles E. Silberman, an editor of
Fink (Diane Yaffe), 19410 Archer, "Fortune" and author of "Crisis
in Black and White."
a daughter, Marie Lisa Beth.
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`rime: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: : "Love Your Neighbor
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viewpoint of Hasidic philosophy
towards hatred as a trait that
"maims the personality."
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: .Channel 2.
Feature: "Not by the Sword—"
a dramatic tribute to Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr.; will be pre-
sented. Written by William A.
Austin, the program
Barry Levine, Earl Matthews,
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Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Professor Irving Zeit-
lin, former principal of Sholem
Aleichem Institute will discuss Is-
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ecutive director of the • Detroit
chapter, American Jewish Com-
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday. -
Feature: "By the Waters of
Babylon," a special all-music
broadcast featuring interpretations
of the 137th psalm, as sung by
Cantor Frederick Lechner and the
Message of. Israel Choir, will be
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: . Cantor Abraham Le-
vitt of Temple Israel, South
Orange, N. J., is the subject of
the feature "Artists of Our Time,"
narrated by Cantor Harold Orbach.
Rosann Feiner Engaged Director ot ourosm
to Melvi n Toby ofPontiac Reception Speaker
missions in a number of under-
devloped countries. Members of
the Labor Zionist Organization
for Israel Bond Fete
and friends are invited to the
Abbie Ben-Ari, director of the leadership reception.
Israeli Government Tourist Office
in New York, A; : .;40,I.77:.,
will be th e guest
HOWARD TRI EST
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tion hosted by
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Feiner of man for the Israel Foreign Of-
Cherrylawn Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ros-
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Wayne State University and Frank-
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fifth and final lecture in the 18th
annual Leo M. Franklin Memorial
Lectures in Human Relations at
Prof. ,Wineman will talk on the
topic "Nobody's Child," 8:30 p.m.
Monday, in the Community Arts
Auditorium on campus. Theme for
the series is "The Rights of Chil-
dren and Youth."
There is no charge for admission
and the public is invited.
Wineman, who has contributed
many articles to journals is also
the co-author of two books with
Dr. Fritz Redl, of WSU, "Children
Who Hate" and "Controls from
The lecture series was estab-
lished in 1950 by Temple Beth El
in honor of Dr. Leo M. Franklin,
former rabbi of the Temple who
died in 1948.
Ira Feinberg, first American vol-
unteer to join the Palmah, the
commando unit of Hagana, in the
Israel War of Independence, will
be the speaker
at a leadership
reception to be
hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Leon
Halpern in their
home; 15690 Ad-
8:30 p.m. M a y
Feinberg s a w
combat in the
Galilee and then
in the beseiged
city of Jerusa-
he had served
Feinberg with the U.S.
army military intelligence. He has
a thorough knowledge of Arabic
and is an expert on Middle Eastern
The leadership reception will be
in advance of the Israel Bond
champagne dinner dance to be held
on June 22 in Shaarey Zedek
sponsored by Zionist Revisionists,
United Jewish Social Club, Sephar-
dic Community of Greater Detroit,
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