`Copper Meitora' a TV Special
Rehearsal for "The Copper Menora," to be presented 12:30 p.m.
Sunday on WWJ-TV, takes place in the studid, with cast members
(from left) Jules Abrams, Ed Oldowni, David Frank, Beth-Sheva
Laikin, Rita Kogan, W. Paul Unger and (seated) Mark Kogan.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 5, 1969-39
Israel Matches U.S.
in Strawberry Sales
TEL AVIV — Israel has more
BRANDEIS CHAPTER wil than doubled its production of
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Core. , strawberries since 1964 and by
1971 plans to sell as many in
Beth Hillel. The dramatic groin
will present a musical skit, and Europe as does the U.S., the U.S.
Department says. Is-
ENTERTAINMENT TO MAKE
there will be prizes and refresh-
YOUR PARTY DIFFERENT
ments. Guests are welcome. The raeli output this year is estimated
chapter is preparing to observe at 2,180 tons, compared with 970
Tintype Man 8. more
its 25th anniversary.
Agriculture Service said in Wash- :SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY:
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION- ington recently.
AL CHAPTER will present a
movie, '"Tomorrow's a Wonderful
Day" at an open meeting 8:30 p.m.
Dec. 16 at Oak Park Community
Center. Refreshments, souvenirs
and a social hour will follow.
A dramatic playlet. The Copper Guests are invited.
NIenora," will be presented by .
WWJ-TV. Channel 4, 12:30 p.m.
TIKVAII LODGE will hold its
Sunday in observance of Hanuka, annual Hanuka latke party 8:30
the Festival of Lights.
p.m. Thursday at the Workmen's
Based on a story by Yitzhak Circle Center. Featured will be
Broides, "The Copper Menora" the 25-member Golden Age Choral
This Week's Radio and
was written by Ilal Youngblood, an Group of the Jewish Center, direct-
instructor of creative writing for ed by Cantor Nicholas Fenakel.
broadcasting at Wayne State Uni- Maurice Raznick, lodge president,
versity. It is being produced and said friends are welcome. Nominal
Time: 12:30 p.m. Sunday
staged by Evelyn Orbach for the donation.
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Station: Channel 4
Jewish Community Council of
Feature: "The Copper Menora."
Metropolitan Detroit. The director `Bnai Brith Teen-Alters
(See story at right)
is Jerry Burke.
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SUNDAY 12 TO 5
Practice Jewish Customs
The story, set in the town of
Vilna, Lithuania, during the 18th Minus Religious Belief'
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Century, concerns the confisca-
CHICAGO (JTA) — A survey of
Station: Channel 2
tion of the menora from the
teen-age Bnai Brith youth, most of
Feature: "The Hanuka Melody"
town's synagogue and the efforts whom rated the commitment of
is part of the series on "Jewish
of the Jewish community to re- their families to Judaism as from
Musical Milestones" explored by claim it nonviolently.
"above average" to "intense," has
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Appearing in the cast are Ed shown that the youngsters may
Israel and guest Cantor Jacob
practice many aspects of Jewish
Barkin of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
custom without religious belief.
with Bella Goldberg at the piano. Ilarold Davidson), David Frank,
The survey, described as the
W. Paul Unger, Rita Kogan, Mark
Kogan, Hal Youngblood, Jules most ambitious ever undertaken
HEAR OUR VOICE
the changing attitudes of Jew-
Abrams and David Regal.
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
ish youth in North America, was
designed by Dr. Fred Masserik,
Feature: Part 2 of "Hanuka Fes- Korn is, / r_Fe bbilan Trot h Los Angeles director of the Be-
tival." featuring Cantor Jacob
havioral Research Associates. in
inflow/0W a t Dinner cooperation with Dr. Max F. •aer,
Barkin of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
national director of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization. The subjects
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday and 5:15
of the initial phase of the study
were the BBYO's current regional
and council presidents in the
Station: WJBK (Sunday) and
United States and Canada, age
Feature: Eliezer Greenberg, co-
16-18 and some younger.
editor of "A Treasury of Yiddish
Poetry," is interviewed by Evelyn
Orbach. program and broadcasting
associate of the Jewish Community
To Honor Chapin
at Round Table
Dinner Dec. 14
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: The Detroit Interfaith
Broadcasting Commission puts re-
ligion and man "in contact," with
Hal Youngblood as host.
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "The Legacy of Anne
Frank," filmed in Amsterdam,
features interviews with Dutch
citizens who knew Ann Frank as a
child, as well as captured German
films of the Dutch occupation.
Among those interviewed is Rabbi
Suetendorp of the Liberal Syna-
gogue of Amsterdam who, like
Anne. was hidden by a Dutch fam-
ily during the latter days of the
war, at great risk to the farmer
and his family.
Young Adults Plan
Week of Events
The Young Adult Planning Com-
mittee of the Jewish Center will
sponsor a week of events for men
and women age 18-24 during col-
lege and university vacations this
The first activity, a brunch, Dec.
21, will have a guest speaker. For
reservations, call the president,
Allen Glinter, 272-4418, or the Cen-
ter's group services division, DI
On Dec. 22, young adults will
get together at the Center for a
splash party at 8:30 p.m. The
event Dec. 23 will be a barn
dance at the Center, with caller
Sy Sims leading square and Israeli
dancing. There will be an admis-
MISS LESLEY KOMISAR
At a recent dinner-party, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Komisar of Strat-
ford Ct., Oak Park, announced the
engagement of their daughter Les-
ley Jill to Barry William Feldman.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Feld-
man of Meyers Rd.
Miss Komisar attends Eastern
Michigan University. Her fiance is
a pre-medical student at Wayre
An August wedding is planned.
Roy D. Chapin, Jr., chairman of
the board and chief executive offi-
cer, American Motors Corporation,
will be the honored guest and
speaker at the 1969 Brotherhood
dinner sponsored by the Detroit
Round Table of 'National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, Dec.
14 in Cobo Hall.
Chapin will be presented with an
award in recognition of his deep
commitment to brotherhood and
his untiring efforts to bring better
understanding among all peoples.
Ray W. Macdonald, president,
Burroughs Corporation, and John
H. French, Jr., president, City
National Bank of Detroit, are co-
chairmen of the dinner and are
being assisted by a civic commit
tee of community leaders.
Chapin. a native De t r o iter
is a leader in the automotive in-
dustry and serves on the boards of
many organizations including the
Automotive S a f e t y Foundation,
Metropolitan Detroit Citizens De-
velopment Authority, Radio Free
Europe, Junior Achievement and
many others. He is also active
with the Leader Dogs for the
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* Irool Double
* Knit 3 Piece
* Fall Costume
The religious school of Cong.
Beth Isaac in Trenton will cele-
brate Hanuka 11 a.m. Sunday at
the synagogue. On the same day, Blind, Citizens Research Council,
Beth Isaac will host members and The Boy Scouts of America and
friends at a latke party, 4 to 7 p.m. the Detroit Historical Society.
in the social hall.
Own the costume you
want NOW at end-of-
season prices! This one
by a famous maker in
black or vicuna.
SATURDAY 9:30 TO 9
Rabbi Josef Zeitin started the
adult education class with a lec-
ture Saturday night on "The
Chinese Jews in Kai Fang Fu —
their origin, their religious ob-
servances and their culture."
Dr. Zeitin was invited by the
Kiwanis Club in Wyandotte to
speak on Tuesday at the YMCA
I 8n gag ements *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Raikow of *
Florida Ave. announce the engage- *
ment of their daughter Marian *
Roberta to Morris Levenson, son of ..a...
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Levenson of
Schaefer Rd. The couple plans a
SUNDAY 12 TO 5
GREENFIELD-8 MILE RDS
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