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November 22, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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Early Deadline for Thanksgiving Issue

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, November 22, 1968

Campaign Leaders Meet Dr. Wexler

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On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

The honorary chairman and co-chairmen of the Bnai Brith Serv-
ices Appeal special gifts campaign met with Dr. William A. Wexler,
(second from left), international president of Bnai Brith, at a meeting
here last week to inaugurate the campaign. With .Dr. Wexler are
(from left) David Pollack, co-chairman; Leonard N. Simons, honor-
ary chairman; Milton M. Weinstein and Irwin I. Cohn, co-chairmen.

EstherSilver,31r.Sehon
to Be [red This Spring

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BUSINESS AND PROFESSION
AL CHAPTER will have a Harves
Dance 9 p.m. Nov. 30 at Oak Park
Community Center. Paid-up mem-
bers are admitted by current mem-
bership cards, and there will be an
admission charge for guests. For
information, call Molly Moss, VE
8-1823, or Rose Altman, KE - 4-6355.
* •
HARRY B. KEIDAN LODGE
will meet 8:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at Cong.
Beth Hillel. Rabbi Aaron Brander,
Cong. Bnai David educational di-
rector, and Emanuel Mandel, di-'
rector of the Michigan Region Bnai
Brith Youth Organization, will dis-
cuss "Youth Programming and
development — an Exchange of
Ideas." Wives are invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.

COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "Peace in the Middle
East" features an interview with
Dr. Allen Pollack, on his findings
as member of the delegation of
American Professors for Peace in
the Middle East, to Arab countries
where he spoke to Jordanian and
Egyptian leaders. Stanly Kirsch-
ner, professor at Wayne State Uni-
versity, is interviewer.

* * •

DIRECTIONS
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 7
Feature: "The World of Shalom
of Safed," features a color film
made in Israel which presents an
intimate look at the life and work
of Shalom Moskowitz, "the watch-
maker of Safed," better known as
Shalom of Safed, Israel's Grandma
Moses.

'

MISS ESTHER SILVER

Mr. and Mrs. David Silver of
Avon Ave., Oak Park, announce
Kashrut, Jewish Course
the engagement of their - daughter
Esther to Donald Allen Schon, son
at Ohio University
ATHENS, 0. — Ohio University of Mr. and Mrs. William Schon of
has added a credit course in Jew- Vernon Rd., Huntington Woods.
Miss Silver is a graduate of the
ish literature and tradition to its
curriculum and kashrut facilities University of Michigan. Her fiance
to its dining hall. Rabbi Joseph attends U. of M. and plans to enter
Polak, Bnai Brith Hillel Founda- medical school in the fall,
A May 25. wedding is being
tion director, is teaching the five-
planned.
credit course.

Bnai Brith Albums Record
Authors Reading Their Works
WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith is
producing record albums of dis-
tinguished Jewish authors reading
from their own works.
The project, undertaken jointly
with Spoken Arts, a New Rochelle,
N.Y., record company, is designed
to augment Bnai Brith's adult
study program of Jewish literature.

Business
Brevities

H. TARNOW AND CO. is cele
brating its second anniversary with
a special sale on electronic garage
door openers, burglar alarm and
inter corn systems. For informa-
tion, call 353-3284. The sale con-
tinues through Nov. 30.

To order custom draperies by
REGINA, call LI 6-4171 for sam-
ples brought to your home and
free estimates. Prices are reason-
able.

Psychotherapy Center
Expands Hours and Staff

NEW YORK (JTA)—The first
professional nonprofit psychother-
apy service for synagogue mem-
bers, the Counseling Center of the
New York Federation of Reform
Synagogues, has doubled its hours
of operation and added to its staff
of counselors, according to Rabbi
Henry E. Kagan, its director.

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Latin Jewry Heads Plan
January Parley in Israel

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The
first conference of Latin American
Jewish Organizations to be held in
Israel will convene in .Jerusalem
Jan. 27-31. According to Michael
Graiver, executive secretary for
the , parley, its purpose will be to
stimulate Jewish immigration and
tourism from Latin America to
Israel and to increase Israeli ex-
ports to Latin American countries.
In Buenos Aires, Joseph Klar-
man, head of the Jewish Agency's
youth aliya department, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he
had instructed the department's
representative in Vienna to offer
to children and young refugees
from Czechoslovakia maximum as-
sistance for emigration to Israel
and their speedy absorption in
youth aliya institutions there. Dr.
Klarman is currently visiting Latin
American centers.

E. Jerusalem Deportee
Allowed Back on Pledge

JERUSALEM (JTA)—A 65-year-
old East Jerusalem woman who
was one of the first Arabs deport-
ed for alleged subversive activi-
ties after the June 1967 war was
permitted to return home after
she signed a pledge to refrain
from subversive political activi-
ties. Miss Zleikha Shehabi, presi-
dent of the Jerusalem Women's
Union, was deported to Jordan.
She recently petitioned Defense
Minister Gen. Moshe Dayan for
permission to return. Her petition
was granted, informed sources
said, partly on humanitarian
grounds. Miss Shehabi has a crip-
pled brother who was transferred
from her home to a hospital when
she was deported.

You cannot teach a man any-
thing; you can only help him to
find it within himself. —Galileo

ETERNAL LIGHT-TV
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "New Roots for the Up-
rooted," the first in a three-part
series on the American Jewish ex-
perience features a drama con-
cerning the first Jewish congrega-
tion in the American colonies in
Newport, R.I., and is written by
the late Morton Wishengrad.

*
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The Gift," third in a
series on "Man in Protest" featur-
ing Joseph Mindel's drama about
Judah Touro purchasing a slave's
freedom in New Orleans, Touro
was a merchant, shipowner and
grandson of a founder of Touro
synagogue in Newport, the oldest
Jewish congregation in the U.S.

• • •

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Love Songs from the
Golden Era of Yiddish Theater"
continues with renditions of opera-
tic tenor Jan Peerce, with com-
ment by Cantor Harold Orbach.
* * •
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Thy Daughter's
Nakedness" is discussed by its au-
thor, Myron S. Kaufmann, as part
of a series on trends in Jewish
literature. Rabbi Sherwin Wine is
host.

LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: WKNR
Feature: "A Digger of Wells,"
sermonette on a biblical theme,
will be presented. Chabad Youth
Choir of Brooklyn will preview se-
lections of its forthcoming Detroit
performance.

Art by Retarded Children
on Display at Livonia Mall

Art work created by a group of
mentally retarded children at the,
Plymouth State Home and Training
School will be exhibited at the
Livonia Mall, through Nov. 30.
Featured will be water colors,
crayon drawings, mosaics, ceram-
ics and string collages.
The Plymouth State Home and
Training School, one of Michigan's
newest facilities for the mentally
retarded, has special programs for
the blind retarded and the physic-
ally handicapped requiring inten-
sive rehabilitation work in addition
to ongoing programs of education
and training.

Menus prepared for diabetics in-
sure festive occasions for the holi-
days. These menus provide heal-
thy, exciting meals not only for the
diabetic but for his family as well,

Because of Thanksgiving there will be an early dead-
line for all copy for the issue of. Nov. 29.
All -editorial copy for that issue must reach us by noon
Friday, Nov. 22.
Copy for classified ads for that issue will be 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Hotel Men, Rabbis Feud Over Sabbath Observance

JERUSALEM — Hotel owners in
this city may reach a truce with
the rabbis over an issue that has
been getting hotter in recent
weeks: stricter observance of the
Sabbath.
The rabbis insist that such "Sab-
bath desecrations" as smoking and
writing must be corrected, or the
hotel men will lose rabbinical cer-
tification of the hotels' kosher
kitchens.
Owners,..in turn, insist that their
operations would be seriously im-
paired by such restrictions on
weekends. In this respect, the Is-
rael Tourist Ministry has con-
curred,
A five-man rabbinical committee,
which has been studying the hotel

owners' claim, may recommend a
modification of the rabbis' original
demands. They may suggest that
Sabbath restrictions be maintained
in public rooms only. Waiters could
use card systems to refrain from
writing, and the guests would not
be asked to sign the bill.

When the DANZA VENEZUELAS
comes to Masonic Auditorium 8:20
p.m. Nov. 29, audiences will hear
some of the oldest melodies, and
watch some of the most ancient
dances, ever developed in the
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