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April 30, 1971 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-30

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Seminary Anniversary to Be Marked Argentine Show
At a recent
meeting in his
Assailed as Biased

Bnai Moshe
study, Rabbi
Moses Lehrman
reviewed plans
with a group of
Bnai Moshe
leaders for the
reception which
will be held at
his home, 25220
Gardner, Oak
Park, 3:30 p.m.
Sunday cele-
brating the 85th
anniversary of
his alma ma-
ter, the Jewish
Theological Se-
minary of America. With him are Theodore M. Curtis (left) and
Arthur Boschan, co-chairmen. Others present were Sam Freedman,
Ben Kahn, Louis Kepes, Cantor Louis Klein, Milton Lebow, Irving
Lopatin, Edward Miller, Abraham Pasternak, Benjamin Weiss and
Eugene Weiss.

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The

Delegacion de Associaciones Is-
raelitas Argentinas (DATA), the
central organization of Argentine
Jewry, has protested to Channel
13 here for telecasting programs
in which the villains were Jews.
"In view of the enormous per-
suasion powers of TV," the DAIA
said, "it is obviously intolerable
to create artificially anti-Jewish
feelings." It said "anti-Jewish
intent is clearly visible" in the

programs.

The DAIA's protest centered on
an episode titled "The Frustra-
tion" in the weekly series "The
Beginning and the End," drama-
tizations of cases of corruption and
other sensational true incidents.
"The Frustration" concerned a
Jewish client of a bank who, by
offering a sum to the bank man-
ager, preempted 150 small personal
credits, causing despair to 150
families.
The client was depicted as a
usurer, and the actor who played
him spoke with an unmistakable
ed by Mizrachi Hapoel Mizrachi of Jewish accent and caricatured
Detroit.
mannerisms. The bank manager
Rabbi Zambrowsky, prominent was depicted as an honest man
Montreal rabbi and community
who succumbs to a Jewish bribe.
Channel 13 replied that it had not
leader, now resides in Jerusalem,
considered the characters as Jews
or as non-Jews, since "we are all
equal Argentinians." It noted that
out of 30 episodes criticizing as-
pects of Argentine life, only twice
"was the negative part personi-
fied in Jews."
The channel nevertheless apolo-
gized publicly, as the name of one
of the villains was similar to that
of a well-known Jewish banker
here. But the apology was made
Kapustin
Zambrowsky
a week after the broadcast and
where he is the head of the World was little noticed by the general
Mizrachi Movement (M e r k a z public.
Olami).
Mr. and Mrs. Meeting
Pioneer members of Mizrachi
Mr. and Mrs. Group, City of
and the newly enrolled associates Hope, will meet 8 p.m. Saturday
in the religious Zionist movement at the home of Fred and Clara
are serving on the reception corn- Silber, 14511 Rosemary, Oak Park.
mittee that has arranged this ;*444-*************41-444-4-40
it
ENTERTAINMENT
function to hear a report on latest
• • •
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CARICATURES, COMEDIANS,
happenings in Israel from Rabbi
Piano-Accordion-Singers
Zambrowsky.
The Bia Bands

Rabbi Zambrowsky Will Speak Here
Next Week at Mizrachi Reception

Dr. Max Kapustin, direcetor of
the Wayne State University Hillel
Foundation and a WSU professor
of religion and Hebrew• literature,
will preside at the reception, 8:30
p.m. Monday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Selmar, 12800
Burton, Oak Park, in honor of
Rabbi Seymour Zambrowsky.
The reception has been arrang-

Rabbi Kanter
to Give Senate
Prayer June 8

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 30, 1971-21

Some Students May Avoid Withholding Tax

Students with jobs who may be
exempt from federal income tax
withholding on their wages this
year should so notify their em-
ployers. Working students who
qualify under the tax law for
exemption from withholding should
fill in and submit a withholding
exemption certificate (Form W-4E)
to their employer by Saturday.
Exemption certificates filed for
1970 expire today.
Students who did not owe any
tax last year and expect to owe
none in the current year should
so certify. This would eliminate
the need to file a tax return next
year unless there has been tax

irom

LONDON, ENGLAND

Zan Gilbert

and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to Your Individual Taste"

RABBI MORTON M. KANTER

Ronald F. Berman, president of
the newly formed Hakotel Men's
Chapter of Mizrachi of Metropoli-
tan Detroit, announces the first
social gathering in honor of Is-
rael's 23rd anniversary 9:30 p.m.
May 8 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Selesny, 15574 George Wash-
ington, Southfield.
All members of Hakotel Chap-
ter with their wives, and prospec-
tive members, are invited.

Rabbi Morton M. Kanter of
Temple Beth El will give the prayer
on June 9 at the commencement of
that day's session of the U.' S.
Senate.
The invitation to Rabbi Kanter
is being extended, by the Chief
Senate Chaplain, Rev. Edward L.
R. Elson.
Arrangements for this coveted
assignment were made by Senator
Robert Griffin.

WILLIAM WIENER, 61, direct-
or of fund raising at National-
Jewish Hospital and Research
Center for 14 years, has retired, it
was announced by Richard N.
Bluestein, the hospital's executive
vice president. Wiener will con-
tinue as consultant. Succeeding
him as fund-raising director will
be Harry Aschkinasi, who for
eight years has been director of
the hospital's New York office.

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income of less than $1,700, and
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income of less than $2,350 will not
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1971.

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CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE
1970-1971 TOWN HALL SERIES

Presents

CANTOR LOUIS DANTO

— The Park Synagogue, Cleveland, Ohio —
Who Will Be the Soloist in

"A SINGING OF ANGELS"

Featuring

THE HENRY FORD
HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB

Shaarey Zedek Tour Back From Israel

CONDUCTOR ROGER JAMISON

Also in the Program

OPERATIC ARIAS,
HEBREW AND YIDDISH FOLKSONGS

CANTOR LOUIS KLEIN

CANTOR LOUIS DANTO

THE B'NAI MOSHE
CHORAL ENSEMBLE

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Judging by the smiles, it was a good trip. These are the parti-
cipants in a two-week Shaarey Zedek tour. to Israel, which returned
Monday. The group, led by Rabbi Gerald Teller (center row,. sixth
froth right), flew direct from and to Detroit.

Cantor Danto

Sanctuary

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SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1971

Donation $2.00—Students $1.00

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