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April 24, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-24

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30—Friday, April 24, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

J ewry on the

Ar

This Week's Radio and Television Programs

SPECIAL

Time and

Station: 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, Channel 4.
6 p.m., Tuesday, Channel 56.
Feature: "A Journey for Jere-
m2.•," a children's fantasy for Pass-
over, written by William A. Austin
and based on a story by David
Einhorn, will feature Judy Orbach
as 7-year-old Jeremy (see story).

*

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

Station: WWJ.
Feature: Ninth in a series of
programs on "A Goodly Heritage
—Modern Pioneers of the Mid-
•est," is "Reluctant Revolution-
ary" a drama by Joseph Mindel
about . Nina Morais, daughter of
the co-founder of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, Rabbi
Sabato Morals. She was one of the
founders of the National Council
of Jewish Women.

LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR

Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WKNR.
Feature: "Self Sacrifice for Tor-
ah," an epic account of one man's
desire for scholarship; the "Com-

* *

TV Fantasy Based
on 'Had Gadya' to
Be on Channel 4

"A Journey for Jeremy" — a
children's fantasy for Passover—
written by William A. Austin and
based on a story by David Einhorn,
will be seen on Channel 4 6:30
p.m. Sunday and again on Channel
56 6 2.m. April 28.
Seven-year-old Jeremy, played
by Judy Orbach, is determined to
stay awake at the family Passover
seder so that he will see Elijah
arrive and drink from his tradi-
tional cup of wine. Elijah (played
by Jules Abrams) enters and with
him is the "only kid" (Jan Zaus-
mer), the little goat of the alle-
gorical Passover folk song.
Jeremy accepts their invitation
to join in their travels this Pass- ,
over night. As they journey, they I
meet a host of unusual characters1
designated in the many verses of
"Had Gadya." They are played by
Lorraine Ernst, Bill Felsenfeld,
Marjorie Goldman, Linda Hill,
Earl Matthews, Ed Oldani, Ricky
Orbach and Tom Rumora. Orig-
inal costumes and makeup are de-
signed by Richard M. King.

Production assitant is Martha
Zausmer; general assistant to
the producer is Sylvia Silorey.
Music accompaniment is Don
Preston. "A Journey for Jere-
my" is staged and produced by
Evelyn Orbach; television direc-
tor is Jerry Burke.
Bill Austin did the children's
fantasy "The Magic Top" produced
by Council several years ago for
hanuka.

plete Story of Passover—Part 4
t conclusion)," and the Pirche
Youth Choir with Passover- songs

*

IN CONTACT

DIRECTIONS

Portraying Jeremy is Judy Orbach
(left). During Jeremy's dream

fantasy, he meets (from left) a
cat (Linda MI), a dog (Ricky Or-
bach) and a goat (Jan Zausmer).

committee, at the annual general
meeting of trustees.

* *

EDWARD W. SCHWARZ has
been named executive assistant
to the president of Citizens Mort-
gage Corporation.

*

BYRON E. SIEGEL, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Siegel of Farfield
Ave., spoke to more than 100 stu-
HIGHLIGHTS
dents at Toledo University about
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday, • Chan- medicolegal law. Siegel holds a
law degree from Wayne State
Time: 5:45 p.m. Thursday, Chan- University's college of law and is
presently
working on his master
nel 56.
of laws' degree in medicolegal law
Feature: "A Letter to the Soviet

Pharohs," a musical piece by con-
temporary composer, Gershon Reserve University, Cleveland.

Kingsley, is based on the corres-
pondance of Boris Kochubiyevsky,
a Jew living in the Soviet Union. It
is performed by Cantor Harold Or-
bach of Temple Israel; Shirley
Benyas, soprano; Annette Chajes,
alto; Robert Angus, tenor; Sidney
Resnick, baritone; Bella Goldberg,
accompanist and narrator, Rube

Weiss.

Business
Brevities

Promotion of Bernard Derringer
to director of sales promotion and
merchandising
for Calvert Dis-
tillers Co. h a s
been announced
by Arthur F.
Mur ph y, presi-
dent.
Derringer join-
ed the Calvert
company in 1949
as a production
assistant, becom-
ing successively
assistant mer-
chandising mana-
ger, merchandis-
ing manager and
national market-
ing manager in
Derringer
1966.

WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith
Vocational Service has published
an occupational opportunity guide
on community relations work.
Entiled "Careers in Community
Relations Work," the booklet was
written by Lynne Ianniello, editor
of the ADL Bulletin, the official
monthly publication of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith.

search Hospital
for leukemia-
strilcen youn g-
sters, was nation-

American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, was honored at a reception,
held on his completion of six years'
service as founding chairman of

Soviet Union. Edwin G. Shifrin,
Robert Szold, chairman of PEF
chairman of the Culture Commis-
sion of the Jewish Cominunity Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.,
New
York, announced the election
Council, will speak with Dr. Jacobs.,
of SIDNEY MUSHER as president
. .
and chairman of the executive

Time: noon Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: "The Kadish," a 'drama
written by the late Morton Wishen-
grad, is an explanation of the
Kadish, the prayer for the dead,
the first presentation in the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
spring series, "Directions 1970."

Hospital Fund Raiser
Kaufman-Chaben Vows Top
Lesley Sandler,j at one time a
teen worker for/ ALSAC, St Jude
to Be Spoken in Summer Children's Re-

CHARLES HICK, outgoing chair-
man of the board of trustees of the

the board.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
* *
Station: WJR.
Governor NELSON ROCKEFEL-
Feature: Man and religion are LER will be the keynote speaker
placed "in contact."
opening the 41st annual convention
*
*
*
of the National Federation of
HEAR OUR VOICE
Jewish Nlen's Clubs, at Grossin-
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday:
ger's, June 14.
* * *
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Cantor Harold Orbach
Prof. YUVAL NE'EMAN, chair-
of Temple Israel, host for this man of the department of physics
series, will present "Passover and astronomy at Tel Aviv Uni-
Around the World," a look at the versity, was awarded the Albert
international significance of Pass- Einstein Medal and Prize for 1970
over.
in ceremonies in Washington, Ap-
* *
ril 14. Prof. Ne'eman, the first
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
non-American to receive the cov-
eted award, was presented a gol-
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
den medallion and a $5,000 grant
Station: WDEE.
Feature: In "Jews in the Soviet at an award luncheon attended
Union" Dr. Daniel Norman Jac- by leading scientists and public
obs, professor of government in figures in the United States. The
Miami University's college of art Albert Einstein Award is present-
and science and publisher of a col- ed annually by the Lewis and Rosa
lection of documents entitled Strauss Memorial Fund. Admiral
"The New Communist Manifesto," Strauss was past chairman of the
will discuss his views and reactions American Atomic Energy Commis-
to the conditions of Jews in the sion.

Booklets on Careers

"A Journey for Jeremy," a fan-
tasy for children based on a song
from the seder, will be presented
on Channel 4 6:30 p.m. Sunday.

People
M ake News
Make

Sioux City College
Enrollinc,
tf , Jewish Youth
Losing Out to Quota

SIOUX CITY, Ia. (JTA) — A
cooperative effort has been dis-
closed here between the Jewish
Federation and Morningside Col-
lege to provide enrollment for
Jewish youth losing admissions to .
colleges of their choice in metro-
politan centers because of prefer-
ential admissions for ghetto stu- ,
dents.
The federation, reporting on the ,

program in its current newsletter,
asserted that some of the large
state universities and city col-
leges, "under pressure from mili-
tant minorities, have recently be-
gun a policy of blocking out a
number or admissions opening for
ghetto students who fail to meet
grade-score qualifications.
The newsletter declared that
"these preferential admissions are
inevitably made at the expense of
Jewish students, good students
who meet grade qualifications, but
whose places have been given to
others."
The newsletter said that there
was no way to determine how
many Jewish students were being
affected by that policy, either in
Sioux Cty or elsewhere in the
U.S.

Academicians Return
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — 10,000 Is-
raeli professionals, presently in
Europe and in the U.S. will soon
return home to Israel to work in
their respective fields, according
to a statement made recently by
Labor Minister Yosef Almogi to a
group of engineers. He noted that
last year 1,250 professionals re-
turned to Israel as compared with
only 400 the year before.

al top fund raiser
for t h e hospital
this year.
She is serving ,

on the committee
of the annual In- Miss Sandler
spiration Ball, a black-tie affair
featuring Danny Thomas and Di-
ana R o s s, May 4 at the Latin
Quarter.

CdatinzetAfin,

PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings & Bar Mitzvas
Prestige Color

MISS DONNA KAUFMAN

477-6664

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaufman of

Greenview Ave., Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Donna Allene to Michael
Ross Chaben, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Harry Chaben of Shelley Ave.,
Southfield.
The bride-elect holds a bachelor

of science degree from the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Mr. Chaben is
a senior at the University of Mich-

igan's dental school and is affili-
ated with Alpha Omega Fraternity

A summer wedding is planned.

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