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February 07, 1969 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-07

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THE

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 7, 1969-17

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ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: The story of Raoul
Wallenberg, the Swedish aristo-
crat who helped countless Hun-
garian Jews escape the Nazis, is
told on this 13th program in the
aeries, "Man in Protest."
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Cantor Pierre Pinchik
will be heard in liturgical selec-
tionS from his recordings.
* * *
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "Literary Figures in
Jewish Life" focuses on Guy
Stern, professor of German at the
University of Cincinnati, an au-
thority on the writings of Nobel
Prize winner Nellie Sachs. He
speaks with Prof. Diether Hae-
nicke of Wayne State University
on Jewish symbolism in German

tion," a four-part dramatic series
depicting the agencies and services
of the Jewish Welfare Federation,
begins today. (See story below.)
* s *

TV SPECIAL
Time: 10 p.m. today
Station. Channel 4
Feature: "This Is Sholem Ale'.
chem," an NBC Experiment in
Television, will provide a portrait
of the noted Yiddish writer, por-
trayed by Jack Gifford. Nancy
Walker and David Burns depict
several characters in Sholem Alei-
chem's writings, and his grand-
daughter Bel Kaufman, authoress,
will complete the picture, along
with comic Don DeLuise and
Rodne Dangerfield. The special
was put together by 26-year-old
David Steinberg, TV comedian and
student of Hebrew literature.

TV Series Tells Story
of Detroit Federation

"The World of Federation," a
four-part dramatic series written

* *
by Carol Chase depicting the agen-
HIGHLIGHTS
cies and services of the Jewish
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Welfare Federation which are sup-
'Station: Channel 2
ported through the Allied Jewish
Feature: "The World of Federa- Campaign, will be shown on
"Highlights" beginning Sunday,
9:45 a.m. on Channel 2.
RESERVATIONS NOW
"Highlights" is presented week-
ly under the auspices of the Jewish
BEING ACCEPTED FOR
Community
Council of Metropoli-
YOUR AFFAIR
tan Detroit.
The series will examine the
• Everything From
social services, educational
Hors d' Oevres To
agencies and cultural opportuni-
Complete Dinners
ties available to the Detroit Jew-
Ample Parking
ish community through Federa.
tion. The ways in which the
AL ERICKSON
community is giving assistance
Gen'i. Mgr.
to its brethren in Israel will also
be shown.
The first program will take a
look at the social service agencies
Golf & Country Club
in Detroit which serve people in
their times of need. The cast of
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the first show includes Joyce
Farmington
Feurring, Bert Gordon and Rita
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Leon Wayburn Chairs Arts Festival,
Annual Center Event Set for March

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Jewish Educators
of Midwest Hold
Conference Here

FOR PROMPT PERSONAL SERVICE, SEE

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PRENTIS CADILLAC

Detroit will play host Sunday and
Monday to a conference of the Mid-
west Region, National Council for
Jewish Education, a professional
organization for administrators of
Jewish schools and boards of Jew-
ish education.
The conference will open 3 p.m.
Sunday at the Crystal House Motel,
with a session on "The Crisis of
Values in Teaching Jewish History
in Secondary Jewish Education."
Speaker will be Rabbi Jay Braver-
man, principal of the United He-

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A community dinner honoring the
delegates to the conference will be
held 6 p.m. at the Jewish Center.
Dr. Abraham Gannes, director of
the department of education and
culture of the Jewish Agency for
Israel and president of the NCJE,
will discuss "Israel: Source of
Values for Uncommitted American
Jewish Youth." The dinner is open
to all interested persons in the
community.
The dinner will be followed, at
8:30 p.m., by a musical program
sponsored by the Center. featuring
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The conference will conclude
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