30—Friday, November 28, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Social Sectiritv Office is Moving
to 1:300 Lahser to Better Serve Area
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Hanuka Story to Be Viewed on TV
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quarters at 1.21NA)
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BY POPULAR DEMAND!
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serves the 6t4.).000
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:be area receiving
and His Orchestra
for All Occasions
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niove and the
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Time: 8 a . .m. Sunda.-
ian:E. 5.30 a. m..
Station: Channel 4
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offices ready to
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Hanuka Carnival for
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children, pre school age
ETERNAL LIGHT — RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Maccabees
16240 W. 7 Mile
drama by the late Mortoc Wisn-
engrad commemorates the 3faczi-
TUES. DEC. 2
bees' restoration of the Temple n
7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Jerusalem after its sacking by
Prizes, refreshments & games for
the soldiers of Antiochus of
all. Danat ■ an SI per child—
For Information Call
3514577, Mrs. Mellen
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Man and religion are
For the Affair With the 'Yiddish Tone
placed "in contact."
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
I Feature: "A Thought for the
Week" by Rabbi Yitschak Kagan,
and his Continentals
i a new angle on an old mitza—the
[ precept of "tsitsis" re-examined
Large or Small Combos Available
and a new selection of Hassidic
melodies by the Chabad choir of
Israel will be feaured.
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I Time: 7 a.m. Sunday and 5:15
Station: WJBK (Sunday) and
! WDET-FM (Tuesday).
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Feature: "A Conversation with
Jazz Composer Dave Brubeck" will
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be featured. He is interviewed by
Evelyn Orbach, program and
'broadcasting associate of the Jew-
15345 W. 7 MILE
ish Community Council.
Detroit Chapter of
The Hanuka story in a subtle contemporary retelling, "A Light
in Darkness," is the subject of Eternal Light-TV's holiday special
on Channel 4 noon Sunday. Here, Sydney Walker as Mattathias and
Jordan Charney as Judah consider their plan of battle against 50,000
Detroit's Bar-Ilan Supporters Provide
University Scholarship Funds
Joseph H. Jackier, chairman of •
the annual dinner of Detroit
Friends of 'Bar-Ilan University.,
announced this week that nearly
200 scholarships have already
been assured with gifts made by
dinner participants and that the
goal of 300 for the year from Dc
troiters is in sight.
The annual dinner will be held
Wednesday evening at Cong
Attendees have been askod to
come on time for the 6 p.m. cock-1
tail hour to meet the guest speak-
er, former vice president Hubert
H. Humphrey, and Mrs'. Humphrey
who will accompany him.
to Be Said in Sip/ember
In addition to Humphrey and
Jackier, program participants will
include Phillip Stollman, national
chairman of Bar-Ilan University's
board of governors, and Max M.
Fisher, honorary dinner chairman.
Irwin I. Cohn, chairman of the
scholarship committee, stated that
each scholarship can be assured
with a $500 gift.
Applications are now being
accepted for Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity's 16th academic year begin-
ning in October 1970. Bar-Ilam
is Israel's only American char-
university. More than
4,500 students from 36 nations,
including 500 from the United
States and Canada, are present-
ly enrolled in the University's
28 undergraduate and graduate
Bar-Ilan offers a variety of one
year. full undergraduate and
graduate programs in the natural
and social sciences. The univer-
sity is chartered by the Board of
Regents of the State of New York.
Its campus is located in Ramat
Gan, a garden suburb of Tel
Inquiries on study programs for
American students should be sent
to: Office of Admissions, Bar-Ilan
University, 641 Lexington, New
Hanuka Gift That
Aids Israel: Trees
"A tree in Israel makes a won-
derful and touching lianuka gift,"
David P. Zack, Jewish National
MISS DIANA WEISSMAN
Fund president, said in announc-
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Weiss- ing the JNF goal for this year: its
man of Deep Run Rd.. Birming- 100,000,000th tree in Israel.
ham, announce the engagement of
"If Jewish families include a
their daughter Diana Lynn to Sam
tree among the gifts they give dur-
Shamie, son of Mrs.- Terry Shamie
ing lianuka, we'll have no trouble
of Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park, and
reaching our goal," said Zack. A
the late Jack Shamie.
certificate is sent to the person in
The bride-elect attended Eastern
W hose honor a tree is planted.
Michigan University, where she
Trees cain be purchased through;
was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority. She is presently a organizations, or directly through
JNF office, 22100 Greenfield,
senior at Tobe-Coburn School for
Fashion Careers in New York. Oak Park. 399-0820.
Trees benefit Israel by providing
Mr. Shamie is a senior at Wayne
State University. He is affiliated shade, aiding drainage, furnishing
with Tau Epsilon Phil Fraternity. timber and providing thousands of
A Sept. 20 wedding is planned. !jobs
Time: 9:45 a.m., Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "The Gates of Justice"
is featured. Oakland University
Chorus and John Dovaras, direc-
;tor of choral activities, will present
portions of this new work by Dave
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Feature: "Hanuka Festival" is a
selection of holiday songs by Can-
tor Jacob Barkin of Shaarey %crick
Cantor Orbach will comment on
the interpretation of these mel-
Is Synonymous With FINE PHOTOGRAPHY
FOR A DIRECT COLOR PORTRAIT
IN YOUR HOME
We Also Feature Weddings & Bar Mitzvas
Time: 9 a.m. Sunday:
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: Irene Malin, drama co-
ordinator for the Jewish Center
and as selection of her students
will present a scene from "Alad-
din and His Wonderful Lamp" for
the "Oopsy" Playhouse.
Pioneer Women Urge
in Israel Bond Drive
NEW YORK—A call for intensi-
fied support of Israel's economic
development through the Israel
Bond drive was voiced by Pioneer
Women, the women's labor Zionist
organization of America, in a reso-
lution unanimously adopted at the
21st biennial convention.
A plaque was presented to Pio-
neer Women at the convention in
recognition of the organization's
outstanding role in the Israel Bond
drive since its inception.
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