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March 26, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, March 26, 1971

ewry

Television Bigot Draws Ire of ADL;
CBS-TV Defends Renewal of Series

NEW YORK (JTA) — All in
the Family," the comedy : ' series
about an American bigot, which
has been tin-c3;-., r fire by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith,
Was reneWed for the 1971-72 sea-
son by C13S - Tx.7 last week because
the network found that it was
being received favorably by Most
stations, critics and viewers. •
John Cowden, CBS-TV's vice
president for information services,
told the Jev..ish Telegraphic Ag-
ency that 1S3 of the chain's 195
station affiliates were carrying the
series — on "overwhelming" total
that represents "one of the high-
est" lrvels of acceptance among
CBS - TV shows.
In addition, he noted, a "major-
ity'' of critics and viewers have
indicated approval of the program.

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BY

SAM FIELD

"All in the Family," which pre-
miered in January, centers on
Archie Bunker, (played by Car-
roll O'Connor), a blue-collar work-
er who spews racial and religious
prejudices, complete with ethnic
epithets, and gets his comeuppance
at the end of each episode.
In one episode, Archie excori-
ated a Jewish woman for alleg-
edly ramming his car ("They're
all the same, them people!"),
then sought a Jewish lawyer to
represent him because "they're
smarter and shrewder."
Arnold Forster, general counsel
to the ADL, considers the series

(.91-1 die Air

i

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

LUBAVITCHER JEWISH HOUR

Time: 8 a.m. Sunday and 1 a.m.
Monday
Station: WKNR Sunday and
WKNR-FM (100) Monday
Feature: "Youth Asks" — Ex-
cerpts of an interview with the
Lubavitcher Rebbe by a group of
Jewish college students. Also,
"The Complete Story of Passover,
part 2;" a story, "The Undelivered
Letter"; and musical interludes.

HIGHLIGHTS

a "reinforcement' of stereotypes.
Norman Lear, co-producer and

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
story consultant for "All in the
Feature: "Fourth Street East."
Family," said recently on the Evelyn Orbach will speak with
"David Frost Show" that the pro- Jerome Weidman, author of this
gram seeks first to entertain and new book about Jewish immi-
second to cause viewers to recon- grants on the Lower East Side
sider their own prejudices.
of New York. Weidman is winner
George Friedman, Jewish Tele- of the Pulitzer prize for "Fiorello,"
graphic Agency staff reporter the Drama Critics Circle award
who recently reviewed this pro_ and the Tony award.
gram, wrote: "Some impression.
able youngsters may learn the
HEAR OUR VOICE
wrong lessons from the program
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
— but this observer's viewpoint is
Station: WCAR
that the series (at least so far)
Feature:
Mikhail
Alexandro-
is an always funny, often brilliant vitch, one of the leading concert
one that both makes its anti-bias artists of the Soviet Union, will
points and entertains: the ideal sing. He has officiated as cantor
combination."
at High Holiday services in the

New U-M Havura

Group Organized

Havura, a new Jewish student
group at the University of Michi-
gan, has been called "the wave of
the future" by organizer Rabbi Joel
Poupko of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation.
Formed in response to student
demand, its 25 members are in the
process of defining the organiza-
tion's goals and purpose.
Havura began meeting in Janu-
ary on a bi-weekly basis to hold
discussions on topics related to
Judaism, as well as Sabbath serv-
ices. A few of the subjects have
been Jewish identity, linguistics and
Soviet Jewry.
Tonight, Rabbi Poupko has in-
vited the group to his home for

Legal Form Allows Sale of Hametz

A legal contract drawn up for
The legal form was tried four
Rabbi Jacob Kranz of Cong. Mish- years ago for the first time in
kan Israel gives him the power of Detroit. It provides for the home-
attorney to perform the mitzva of owner to merely fill in his name
"selling the hametz" for anyone and address and grant Rabbi
who requests the service. Kranz the "full authority and
The document conforms with the power" to sell the hametz "and to
precept that a Jew must sell all lease said place or places wherein
leavened bread remaining in his said hametz may be found upon
home before Passover holiday be- such terms and upon such con-
gins. Tradition provides, however, ditions as he, in his absolute dis-
that the homeowner may hide cretion, shall deem fit and
away all hametz and transact a proper."
"sale" of the bread with a non-
Rabbi Kranz stressed that the
Jew. For this, a rabbi acts as inter- unleavened products will remain
mediary for the members of his in the individual's home, although
congregation and after the holiday, hidden away. There is no cost, but
the non-Jew "returns" the bread the form must be returned prior
to the seller.
to the day before Passover.
Rabbi Kranz said the mitzva
is often neglected because it is
considered inconvenient. For this
Portraits by
reason, he sought the legal
assistance of several attorneys,
who drew up a "Delegation of
Power of Attorney for Sale of
Hametz."

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Yiddish folk songs. Series host,

A Most Unusual and Unique Salon

Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel, will comment on the Alex-

CARE — CONCERN — FASHION
PROFESSlONALISM

androvitch style.

in and Meet Our Staff and Have
a Cup of Coffee on Us!

ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Readings From Yid-
dish and Hebrew Poetesses."
Broadway actress Marian Seldes
will read, in English translation,
selections from the works of lead-
ing poetesses of the past and
present. Poems by Rachel Korn,
Rosa Gutman-Jasny and Yochevecl
Bat-Miriam are among those to
be heard.

OPEN SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS
FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL 353-3452 or 353-3453

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BNAI SHALOM

Time: 10 DIM Sunday

Station: WBRB-FM (102.7)
dinner and a Sabbath service. It
Feature: Phil Blazer's weekly
will be preceded by a discussion
at the weekly meeting concerning nationally-syndicated program. pro-
vides a contemporary outlet for a
the meaning of the Sabbath.
potpourri of Jewish culture, hu-
literature.
It is nearly as far from Iron- mor, music and
* e.:
wood in Michigan's upper penin-
IN CONTACT
sula to Detroit as it is from De-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
troit to New York City.
Station: WJR
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
religious and moral figures, hosts
the weekly program whose pre-
NORTHLAND CENTER
mise is to place religion and man
in contract.

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PASSOVER
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Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.

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NEW YORK
Mrs. Morton K.
Blaustein of Baltimore and Irving
Mitchell Felt of New York will
assume major responsibilities at
the American Jewish Committee's
• 65th annual meeting May 13-16 at
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
More than 1,000 members from
chapters across the country and
guests are expected to attend the
four-day meeting. They will con-
sider a broad spectrum of subjects
of interest to the American Jew-
ish community — from major pri-
orities in the domestic area to
the plight of Soviet Jews and the
security of the state of Israel.

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