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July 05, 1968 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July S, 1968-27

Judith Puder Marries
Elliott N. Fraiberg

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

MRS. ELLIOTT FRAIBERG

Judith Puder, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Puder of Lincoln
Rd., Oak Park, was married at
Beth Abraham Synagogue re-
cently to Elliott N. Freiberg. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Fraiberg
of Strathcona Dr.
Rabbis Israel Halpern and
Moses Lehrman officiated.
Mrs. Rita Lobse, sister of the
bride, was matron of honor. Enid
Freiberg, sister of the bridegroom,
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Nancy Zeiger, Lois Apple-
baum and Carol Dean.
Allen Freiberg served as his
brother's best man. Ushers were
Richard Fine, Stephen Migdal and
Frederick Rector. ,
After a honeymoon trip to Mont-
real, the Fraibergs will live in Oak
Park.

'Women of the Bible
in NFTS's Calendar

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station : WCAR.
Feature: Ben Chaim, inter-
nationally famous Israeli composer
who recently presented a world
premiere performance of an orig-
inal work at Philharmonic Hall, is
the subject of the program. His
work and its impact on the world
of music will be discussed by Can-
tor Harold Orbach.
* * *
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station : Channel 2.
Feature: "The Rabbi's View of
Today's Crisis," Rabbi Leon Fram
of Temple Israel and Rabbi Irwin
Groner of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
discuss the value of the recently
aired Southeastern Michigan Com-
munity Forum television series
with Arthur Alpert, executive pro-
ducer.

Bnai Brith's Women
Aid Seniors' Tasks

Flint Chapter of Bnai Brith
Women have volunteered to pro-
vide a service long needed. in the
community—that of transportation
for senior citizens to attend meet-
ings and functions of the Senior
Friendship Club.
Mrs. Morry Wanetik is chairman
of the chapter's community serv-
ices program. Assisting her with
senior citizens transportation will
be Mrs. Marvin Persky. The follow-
ing women volunteered to drive for
the seniors' picnic held on June 30.
Mesdames Ben Bayer, Clarence
Goldberg, Peter Kronick, Saul
Shur, Morry Wanetik and M. Per-
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COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
Feature: Manheim Shapiro, di-
rector of the National Jewish Com-
munal Affairs Department of the
American Jewish Committee talks
with Dr. Morton Plotnick, program
director of the Jewish Center.
* * *
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WKNR.
Feature: Concluding program of
the "Lubavitch Hot Line." Rabbi
Kagan will speak on "The Basis
of all Jewish Law," and there will
be folk melodies and a musical
interlude presented.
* * *
IN CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: "Is the Arab Minority
of Israel Suppressed?" is the sub-
ject of an interview with Mousa
Kteily, mayor of Nazareth, Israel.
Mayor Kteily will discuss the po-
sition as well as the attitudes of
Arabs in Israel today.

"Women of the Bible" is the
theme of etchings by Shulamith
Wittenberg Miller, a South African
artist, reproduced in the art
calendar issue(
by the National
Federation of
Temple Sister-
hoods for th
year 5729 which
will begin at sun
down on Sept. 22.
The reproduc
tions, part of a
series by Mrs.
Miller based on
23 women of the
Bible, convey the Mrs. Miller
attitude of dignity, reverence and
appreciation in which Judaism has
traditionally held all its women
of valor. Among the illustrations
are scenes showing Yocheved with
her son Moses; Miriam on the
banks of the Nile; Ruth and her
mother-in-law, Naomi; Rachel and
Jacob; Abraham departing from
Hagar and child; and the daught-
ters of Zelaphehed.
Born in Jerusalem where her
family had lived for six genera-
tions, Shulamith Wittenberg stud-
ied art in Paris and after her re-
turn to Jerusalem became a stu-
dent at the Bezalel School with
the well-known artist and one of
the school's founders, Boris Shatz.
It was here in 1932 that she had
her first exhibition and also took
part in the first Tel Aviv Fair.
In 1933 the artist was married
to Rabbi Meyer Miller, then an
American student at the Hebrew
University, and the couple moved
to Greenwich, Conn. While re-
siding in the United States, Mrs.
Miller continued her 'art work —
concentrating on painting and
graphics — and at the same time
raised two daughters and a son.
In 1950 the family moved to Dur-
ban, South Africa, where Rabbi
Miller became spiritual leader of
Temple David, a congregation af-
filiated with the World Union for
Progressive Judaism.

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ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Third in a summer
series of dialogues on cities and
surroundings of the Bible, Mark
van Doren and Maurice Samuel
will consider the two neighbors of
ancient Palestine, Phoenicia and
Egypt.

NYC SHAVOUT PARKING
SUMMONSES RESCINDED
AFTER ORTHODOX PROTEST
NEW YORK (JTA) — Arrange-
ments have been made with the
New York City Criminal Court for
dismissal of summonses received
by Jewish automobile owners for
violation of alternate side of the
street parking regulations on the
second day of Shavout, the Na-
tional Jewish Commission on Law
and Public Affairs reported.
Dr. Marvin Schick, president of
COLPA, said the arrangements
were worked out with Deputy
Mayor Rogert Sweet after a num-
ber of rabbis and auto owners
contacted COLPA to complain
about the city's sudden decision to
halt suspension of the parking
regulations on most Jewish holi-
days.
City officials went through a
series of announcements, begin-
ning with a statement that except
for Christmas and the Jewish New
Year, the alternate side regulations
would be enforced to enable street
cleaning. After an uproar, city
TUCKER IN ISRAEL
Sterling Tucker, Washington di- officials announced that other
rector of the Urban League and Jewish holidays would be included,
national coordinator last week of then said that the whole matter
the Solidarity Day ,program in was under study. Dr. Schick said
connection with the Poor People's that ticketed auto owners sent
Campaign, arrived in Israel June about 40 summonses to the COLPA
25 as guest of the foreign ministry. office. About 200 tickets were
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