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October 23, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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20—Friday, October 23, 1970

/NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and Television Prqgrams

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "A Letter to the Soviet
Itfaraohs." a musical piece by
Gershon Kingsley based on the
correspondence of a Jew living in
the Soviet Union. Boris Kochubi-
yevsky's poignant plea to migrate
to Israel is illuminated through
the music and visuals of the pro-
gram. Participating are Cantor
Harold Orbach of Temple Israel,
Shirley Benyas, Annette Chajes,

Minister Agrees:
Christians Share
Israel's Burden

Robert Angt4Z"Sidney Resnick and
Bella Goldberg. Rube Weiss nar-
rates. The program is produced
by Evelyn Orbach of the Jewish
Community Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit




HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Choir of Union Tem-
ple." Cantor Paul Kwartin and
Joseph A. Hansen, director of ,
music and organist at Union Tem-
ple. will sing a series_of liturgical
selections, to be interpreted and
commented upon by Cantor Flar
old Orbach.
*
*
*

HANEY'S PEOPLE
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 7
Feature: Don Haney hosts a
panel discussion on the Middle
East, with participants from both
sides of the Israel-Arab issue.
(The program will be rebroadcast
8:30 p.m. Nov. 8 on WXYZ radio.)




NEW YORK — (JTA) — Assur-
ing the survival of the state of Is-
rael and its people is the respon-
sibility of both Christians and
Jews, a rabbi and a minister
agreed in a radio discussion pro-
gram on the NBC radio network.
• They also agreed that to unravel
IN CONTACT
the "tangled skein of claim and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
counter-claim of Arab and Israeli,"
Station: WJR
it was necessary to "look to the
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
future" rather than to the past.
leading religious and moral fig-
The agreements were voiced by
ures. hosts the weekly program
Rabbi Seymour Siegel, professor
whose premise is to place religion
of theology at the Jewish Theologi-
and man in contact.
cal Seminary of America, and the
*


Rev. Dr. Ernest Campbell, preach-
ETERNAL LIGHT
ing minister of Riverside Church
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
in New York, as they t.ppeared on
Station: WWJ
the Seminary - produced "Eternal
Feature: "Judaism and Christia-
Light" program.
nity: Divergence and Agreement."
Sunday's program, "The Church Dr. Ben Zion Bokser, rabbi of the
and the State of Israel," was the Forest Hills, N.Y. Jewish Center
third of a series of four Jewish- and Dr. Rosemary Reuther, assist..
Christian dialogues.
ant professor of historical theology
Rabbi Siegel said Jews feel that at Howard University, will discuss
Christians do not understand "the the theological-scholarly conflicts
significance of the state of Israel" and similarities between the two
for them. "The covenant made i
religions.
with Israel in the Bible is also
made with the land of Israel," he
said. They believe, he added, the Lubavitcher Rebbe's Talk
survival of Judaism as a way of Heard on Detroit Radio
life requires the establishment of a
NEW YORK — Tens of thou-
state in "the ancestral homeland" sands of Jews in many parts of
both to "rescue Jews still in dan- the world tuned in to the public
ger" and to "rescue Jewish life address of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
from assimilation."
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneeerson,
deliverd by the rebbe at Lubavitch
While Jews recognize there
are many defects in the politi-
world headquarters in New York.
cal, social, economic and mili-
Through a special telephone
tary structure of Israel, Rabbi
communications system, the
Siegel said, they react strongly
rebbe's talk was heard live in
to criticism because Israel's very
Israel, Australia, England,
existence is threatened, and the
France, Italy, West Germany,
distinction between "opposing
Canada and several cities in the
Israel's policies and opposing Is-
United States, including Detroit.
rael is sometimes a very thin
The occasion was the sixth
one and difficult to sustain."
Yarzeit of the rebbe's mother, Re-
The Rev. Dr. Campbell said that betzin Chana Schneerson.
Among the various topics of his
Israel was a political reality and
should be viewed as a political address, which lasted about 31/2
reality without any theological' hours, the rebbe spoke about the
overtones. "When a religious group obligation of parents in rearing
forms a nation," he said, "they their children.
must allow themselves to be open
to the judgments and reactions of Cincinnati Job Service
the world community without rais-
ing the charge that the people cri- Helps Emigres Find Jobs
CINCINNATI (JTA)—The Jewish
ticizing are anti-Jewish or anti-
Vocational Service reported that
Israel."
during
1970 it had placed 22 Jewish
Agreeing with Rabbi Siegel re- 1
garding Christian responsibility to emigres in jobs to enable them to
secure the survival of Israel, Dr. become self-sufficient.
Almost all of them had been un-
Campbell spoke of the "enormous
guilt" Western Christians feel able to speak or understand Eng-
lish
on their arrival here. Many of
about "what we did not do during
the years of Hitler's ascendancy," the newcomer families were re-
adding "I just don't see how we settled by United Hias and spon-
sored locally by the Cincinnati
can defend our silence."
Dr. Campbell said the problems Committee for refugees.
The Jewish Family Service pro-
of the Middle East are so "inter-
laced with claims and counter- vides casework and housing ar-
claims" that to achieve peace it rangements, and the Jewish Hos-
was necessary to "start from where pital gives medical examinations
we are and move out from there in and treatment when that is requir-
ed.
good faith."

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