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October 31, 1969 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-31

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30—Friday, October 31, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Safran Retires as JWF Head;
Zuckerman Gets Butzel Award

golden wedding anniversary.
Mr. Mines was a builder and
developer before moving to Flor-
ida.
They are the parents of Harold
Z.. Gerald and Michael Taines.
builders and developers in the

Irwin Green. Pa ul Randleman,
Stanley J. Winkelman. Mrs. Max
Stoltman and Richard Sloan.

Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale area.
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman of
Cong. Beth Abraham, who has be-
friended the Taines family since
corning to Detroit, flew to Florida •
to re - enact the wedding ceremony.
and to participate in the celebra-
tion.

Lester Velie, Author
of `Countdown,' to
Speak at; Luncheon

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The Jewish Center and the
American Habonirn Association
are cosponsoring an evening with
Muki Tzur, a new shaliakh to the
United States who will he working
primarily on college campuses, at
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Jewish
Center.
Tzur. former secretary of Kibutz
Ein Gen and a graduate of the
Hebrew University, will discuss
"The Problem of Jewish Educa-
tion in Israel."
This program is open to the
community.

tax equity are
among the most

'for Detroit City Council

Jack Kelley, 43, is making his
second try for the Detroit Com-
mon Council. In 1960 he finished

11th.

This Week's Radio. and
Television Programs

Kelley said he would build his
campaign around the needs for
; low-cost housing; for adequate
juvenile facilities for delinquents
, and for ridding the council of de-
structive personality clashes which
ti sharmful
roi harm
to all citizens of De-
troit." -
19950 Cooley, with his
wife and four children, is a mem-
ber of the 17th Congressional Dis-
trict, serving as a precinct dele-
gate, and a member for the past

IN CONTACT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: The program again
places man and religion "in con-
tact."

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ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Second in the anni-
25 years of Carpenters Local 19,
versary year series "The Best of
; AFL-CIO.
the Eternal Light" is the parable
from out of the holocaust, "My
MUSIC BY
Father's Talis." The story tells of
a child brought up in a concen-
MISS BARBARA SLUSKY
tration camp and the importance
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Slusky of
of his father's talis to his sur-
Gloucester Dr., announce the en-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
vival.
gagement of their daughter Bar-
* * *
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bara Ellen to Marc H. Gold, son I
DIRECTIONS
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gold of
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday.
Brooks Ln., Southfield.
Station: Channel 7.
Miss Slusky is a graduate of
Feature: "Job" a drama writ-
ten by Joseph Mindel, concerns' Wayne State University, where
she
was affiliated with Delta Phi'
Photographers
the Job and the moral and theo-
logical dilemma posed by injus- Epsilon Sorority. Mr. Gold is a
For Passports, too!
senior in the school of business
tice and. suffering.
UN 4.8785
administration at Wayne, and was
*
affiliated
with
Sigma
Alpha
Mu
-
HIGHLIGHTS
fraternity.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
A March wedding is planned.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: •'Sounding the Written
Word," a journey through contem- `Should Community
Orchestra and Entertainment
porary Jewish writings, is the sub-
ject of a series, starting with Change Intermarriage
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, direc- View?' Topic at U-31
tor of the inter-religious affairs
abbi Gerald Goldman, director
department of the American Jew-
ish Committee, who will discuss of the Ann Arbor Bnai Brith Hillel
INTRODUCING
the contents of new textbooks is- Foundation, and Rabbi Bruce War-
OUR
; shal of Beth Emeth Congregation
sued to Catholic schools.
1'
in Ann Arbor, will discuss "Should
the Jewish Community Change Its
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday and 5:15 View Toward Intermarriage?" 8
p.m.
Wednesday at the Hillel
p.m. Tuesday.
House.
Station: WJBK (Sunday) and
CALL TODAY
WDET-FM (Tuesday).
FOR APPOINTMENT
Feature: Rabbi Herbert Tarr,'
Candy Centerpieces
author of "Heaven Help Us!",
will discuss future direction and
Personalized Party
focus for congregationally-affili- 1
l a
ated.

Lester Velie, roving editor of
the Reader's Digest and author of
"Countdown in the Holy Land,"
will be guest speaker at a Jewish
Community Cciuncil - sponsored
luncheon noon Tuesday at the But-
zel Building. Council president,
Judge Lawrence Gubow. will intro-
duce the speaker.
Applied Science Dept.
Velie's book examines Russia's
4
a
at Hebrew U. Planned; long-standing desire to gain a foot-
HEAR OUR VOICE
hold in the Middle East and des-
Seeks Fall Candidates
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
cribes the dramatic events of
Station: WCAR.
A new department of applied President Johnson's "most difficult
Feature: Part two of "Shabat
science will be opened at the He-! slay"—the \second day of the Six-
brew University next fall, and Day War—when the Soviet Union for Today" features the work of
composer
-conductOr Gershon!
candidates are being sought, ac- • first used the "hot line" in anger.
Kingsley.
cording to the Israel Aliya Center
Velie was a feature writer for
in Cleveland.
Collier's and the Saturday
The candidates should, prefer-
Evening Post before joining the Israel Philatelists Issue
ably, have a Ph.D degree as well
Digest in 1953. His exploits as a
Handbook on Interim
as practical experience, not just
"crusading reporter" were dram-
in teaching.
atized in a television series Period Postage Stamps
The areas included are:
known as "Target: The Cor-
The Society of Israel Philatelists
Applied physics — optics for
rupters."
has issued a handbook by Bruno
both classical and modern: solid
J.
Forsher, on "The Interim Period
Council-sponored luncheons are
state devices and electro mag-
held periodically to provide a for- Postage Stamps of Israel," con-
netic radiation; Chemistry —
um for personalities speaking on a sidered the first thorough and
chemistry of raw materials of
wide variety of topics of special complete analysis of postal events
Dead Sea, electric chemistry. func-
interest to the Jewish communty. in the Holy Land between the
tional dependence of physical and
A limited number of luncheon termination of the British civil
chemical properties and chemical
reservations for the Nov. 4 affair administration and the establish-
structure: Mathematics — sys-
are obtainable by calling the ment of the Israel Postal System
tems analysis, operations research,
during the first half of 1948.
Council office, 962-1880.
applied math for use in mechan-
Copies of the Interim Handbook
ics and wave propagation: Ma-
may be obtained from Dr. Oscar
terial — for solid state devices, Ravitz Urges Unity
Stadtler, '3619 Antisdale, Cleveland
polymer and composite materials.
and Biology — fermentation and as Campaign Theme
The latest issue of the Journal
pharmaceutics.
Councilman Mel Ravitz is stress.
Candidates are requested to con- ing unity as the greatest need of the Society of Israel Phila-
telists contains an article on
tact the Israel Aliya Center, Inc.. facing Detroit in the 1970s.
13947 Cedar, Cleveland Heights,
Ravitz, seeking a third term on "Israel Palestine General Col-
lection"
which analyzes the six
Ohio 44118.
Detroit's Common Council, said
periods of Holy Land philately:
firm, fair law
Turkish,
British, interim, Israel,
enforcement and
Habonim Assn., Center

Cosponsor Israeli's Talk

we d ! Jack Kelley in Race

On the Atr

Presentation of the annual But-
In addition to receiving the
zel Award to Paul Zuckerman, and
Butzel Award Medallion, Zucker-
acclaim for Hyman Safran on his
man was presented with a copy
retirement from the president of
of a limited edition of a David
the Jewish Welfare Federation
Ben-Gurion lithograph, as a gift
after five years' service in that
from the United Jewish Appeal
office, marked the annual meeting
in recognition of his services to
of the Federation, Wednesday, at
the major American Jewish
the Jewish Center.
philanthropic cause.
The award was presented to
Judge Lawrence Gubow, in be-
Zuckerman by Irwin I. Cohn, one half of presidents of Federation
of the previous winners of the agencies, presented to Safran
coveted honor.
a plaque with a Torah Breastplate,
as a mark of honor for his many
years' services.
An interesting new feature at
the meeting was the selection of a
pioneer Allied Jewish Campaign
worker and the former president
of the Jewish Home for Aged, to
give the invocation and to recite
the Motzi.
In addition to the presentation
of his annual report by Safran.
William Avrunin. Federation ex-
ecutive vice president, outlined
community activities in • the past.
pointing to the plans for the com-
ing campaign and the new year's
commual programming.
Judge Theodore Levin presented •
the report of the nominating com-
mittee and the following were
MR. AND MRS. TAINES
elected members of the Federa-
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Z. Taines. tion board of governors:
Paul Broder. Martin E. Citron.
former Detroiters of Hollywood
Fla., recently celebrated their Paul Zuckerman. David Safran,

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Taines
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Arab occupied Palestine and
United Nations.
Other articles are on the air
mail history of Israel, the life and
works of Arthur Szyk and a study
on the perforation varieties of the
Doar Ivri issues of Israel.

crucial issues
facing the city.
He opposes prop-
erty tax increas
es or any other
new burdens on
ISRAEL CHEESE FESTIVAL
Detroiters a n d
An Israeli cheese festival will
contends that
I be held for one week beginning
the cost of meet-
Ravitz
1 Monday at the Cheese of all Na-
ing the needs of urban areas must tions Shop, 153 Chambers Street,
he met by residents of the entire New York, and at the Abraham
state. Many services and facilities , and Strauss Department Store,
required to combat crime are, Fulton Street, Brooklyn. The fes-
logically, functions of the slate, t tival will 'introduce a new line of
he said.
Cheesers from Israel •

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