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September 12, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-12

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Marilyn &bossier to Be TV, Radio Specials
Mrs. Robert E. Dale Wiesel to Be on TV in 'Jews of Silence'
for High Holy Days; Opera Slated

Noted author Elie Wiesel, ap- , performed by Cantors :Gerson Si
pears in a television presentation ! rota and Mordechay Hirshmann.
of his recent book, "The Jews of Two rare specimens of English
Silence," to be presented as a and French High Holy Day music
High Holy Day special noon Sept. I also will be played.
I The program has been prepared
21 on NBC-TV (Channel 4).
The book is Wiesel's report of by Harry Segal, who will provide
two visits to Russia, to which he the commentary. Segal, a musi-
was drawn by "the silence of its clan and teacher, has for many
Jews." In the dramatic reading, years directed synagogue choirs in
Wiesel himself appears as narra- the Detroit area, as 'well as Can-
tor — "witness to their cry and ada.
* *
their astonishing faith."
The television premiere of "Isaac
The half hour program is offered

MISS MARILYN SCHUSSLER

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schussler

of Virginia Dr.. Southfield, an-

nounce the engagement of their
daughter Marilyn to Robert Ed-
ward Dale, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Mark Dale of Pickering Rd., Birm-
ingham.
Miss Schussler is a junior in the
college of education ' at Wayne
State University. Mr. Dale gradu-
ated from Wayne. where he was
Affiliated with Phi Sigma Delta
Fraternity. He is now a junior at
WSU's medical school and serves
is vice persident of Phi Delta
Epsilon Medical Fraternity.

Winkelman's Hosts
Many at Italy Week

Winkelman's hosted thousands
this week at the Salute to Italy

Week.
_Many functions marked the ob-

on the Eternal Light. produced by Levi," an opera in one act, will
the Jewish Theological Seminary be seen on Channel 7 2:30 p.m.
of America and is telecast coast Sept. 21.
Based on sketches in the life of
to coast.
* *
I Isaac Levi of Berditchev (1740-
1809)
and inspired by Morton
a
WQRS-FM, (105.1) will present
program of music for the High Wishengrad's radio - play, "The
Holy Days 5 p.m. Sept. 21. ' Song of Berditchev," the opera is
A wide spectrum of liturgical presented by WXYZ-TV in co-
music, drawn from Orthodox, Con_ operation with the Jewish Corn-
servative and Reform Judaism.' munity Council of Metropolitan
will be broadcast, together with Detroit.
"Isaac Levi" is a modern version
other music by such composers as
Ernest Bloch and Max Bruch, of a Russian folk tale that tells
' which draws its inspiration from of a rabbi whose faith, lost when
these holidays. he witnessed the oppression of his
The program will begin with a ' people, is restored after a conver-
Kol Nidrei service sung by Joseph sation with God.
The 20th Century Levi is an
Rosenblass, one of the best known
army chaplain who suffers the
cantors in recent history: another
Kol Nidrei service sung by Rich-; same loss during the horror of
World War II. He shocks his
and Tucker also will be presented,
congregation, who have been
and other examples of cantorial
waiting five years for his return,
singing for the holy days will be

1

by announcing he can no longer
pray. Cantor Harold Orbach
portrays the rabbi, whose faith
later is restored.



gewry

Others in the east are Sidney
Resnick. Shirley Monson, Shirley
servance of the special week, and
Benyas and Mark Benyas.
at its commencement, Monday
Oft
night. together with Paramount
"Isaac Levi" is a Channel 7
This Week's Radio and
Pictures, Winkelinan's arranged
presentation directed for television
Television Programs
by Mason Weaver and produced
for the premiere perfrfrmarice at
by Evelyn Orbach.
the Madison Theater of "The Ital-
HIGHLIGHTS
ian Job," a film starring Michael
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Caine and Noel Coward.'
Station: Channel 2
9.n "after-glow" that night at the
Feature: "We Shall Meet in Is-
Statler Hilton was a social attended , rael"—an interview with Karen
by more than 1.000.
Goren, 17. recently returned from
the Soviet Union, whose experi-
ences were related in The Jewish
Hattie Schwartz has just re-
News last week. and Israeli play- 1
wright Natan Shaham who visited turned from the West Coast with a
new
complete selection of original,
the Soviet Union with a group of
elegant and mod invitations, in-
young Israelis a decade ago.
• • •
cluding the fineM engraved. Co-
ordinated party accessories and so-
HEAR OUR VOICE
cial stationery are a few high-
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
lights of her line. Distinctive ad-
Station: VICAR
Feature: "Music of the High dressing is available to her cus-
Holy Days" will be discussed and tomers. For personalized service.
described by Cantor Harold Or- call INVITATIONS BY HATTIE
SCHWARTZ. 356-8563.
bach.

the Air

[Try and Stop Me

—By BENNETT CERF

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Activities

BUSINESS AND PROFESSION
AL CHAPTER will meet 8:30 p.m
Tuesday at the Oak Park Com
munity Center. Max Sosin will be
guest speaker. Guests are invited,
and refreshments will be served.
* * *
TUCKER CHAPTER will hold a ,
potluck dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday at
the Oak Park Community Center.
Prospective members are invited.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will have a "Fall Festival of
Fashions" 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Hillel. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Ira Albion. Friends
are invited.
• * *
ISRAEL CHAPTER will meet 8
p.m. Tuesday, at Workmen's Cir-
cle Center. The program will be a
social evening including games.
Refreshments will be served.

*
GALILEE CHAPTER will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Eugene Nabat, 7434 Frank-
lin Ridge. Birmingham. Mrs. Leon
Dreylinger, past president of Bnai
Brith Women's Council. will nar-
rate slides of her trip to Israel.
Guests are invited.

Self-denial is srnply a method by
which man arrests his progress.—
Oscar Wilde.



Nominated

In the Detroit Primary Tuesday.
Mel Ravitz was renominated and
Carl Levin was nominated for seats
in the Common Council. Ravitz led
the ticket.
Nominees for mayor are Richard
Austin and Roman Gribbs.

Jewish Labor COmmittee
Opposes Haynsworth

NEW YORK—The Jewish Labor
Committee expressed strong oppo-
sition to the appointment of Fed-
eral Judge Clement F. Haynsworth
to the United States Supreme
Court. Charles S. Zimmerman.
JLC president, called upon the
Senate to vote against confirmation
of Haynsworth's appointment.

A fool sees not the same tree
that a wise man sees.—William
Blake.

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

To any state. Also drivers furnish-
ed to drive your car anywhere.
Fully insured and !.C.C. licensed.

Insured Driveaway System
9970 Grand River
Detroit, Mich. 48204

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N ANGRY lady demanding a divorce gave as her reason
that her husband had insisted on washing her face.
"What's wrong with that?" queried the judge. "Cleanliness
is next to Godliness."
"You didn't let me fin-
ish," maintained the wife.
"Then he ironed it."
• •

Overheard by Leo Rosten
in Miami Beach: "Darling,
you look wonderful. How
have you done it?" "S-s-
sh, ru tell you a big secret.
I'm having an affair." "How
marvelous! Who's cater-
ing it?"
• •

Two authors, who se-
loathed
one another,
cretely
embraced rapturously at a
lit erary cocktail party.
"You have no idea how I've prospered since last we met," boasted
that of
one. "The readership of my new novel is already double
didn't know
my last one." "Wonderful!" rasped the other. "I
you got married."

A

QUOTABLE:

Mel Ravitz,
Carl Levin

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Business
Brevities

easy as
c Alefl3ais

Friday, September 12, 1969-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Duke of Wellington's comment as he scanned his troops
"I don't know whether they
just before the battle of Waterloo:
by God, they scare me!"
scare the enemy, but
15th president of Columbia University, try-
Cordier,
Andrew
peace on that once placid campus:
ing to preserve an uneasy
long enough, he eventu-
"I've found that if you listen to anyone with."
wilt
say
something
you
can agree
ally
O 1909, by Bennett Cert. Distributed by King Features Syndicate.

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