Friday, July 30, 1971-33
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
New Left Losing Out?
g ewry on the Air
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The head
of the Civic Information Center
reported that a record 15,000 over-
seas students have volunteered
for work at various kibutzim for
the months of July and August
and that another 17,000 are sched-
uled to arrive by the end of the
According to Yehuda Allan, the
influence of the New Left among
overseas students had decreased
sharply. The Civic Information
Center looks after the needs of
students from abroad.
This Week's Radio and Television Programs
Almogi Wants to Stop Arab Labor Increase
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Labor rael economy would suffer a bit
Minister Joseph Almogi said that at first but within two or three
the 40,000 Arab workers from the months would adapt to the new
occupied territories presently em- situation," he said.
ployed in Israel represented the * * * * * * * *** * * *
"optimum number" that can be
absorbed by Israel's labor market
and should not be increased.
Speaking on the army radio, Al-
COMEDIANS 4r '
mogi said about 30,000 of the Arab
labor force from the territories
were union organized while about
half of the balance was working
in Israel illegally.
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He said Arab workers received
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the same wages and social bene-
fits as Jewish labor.
He denied that "cheap" Arab
labor from the occupied areas
has had a harmful effect on the
local labor force. According to
Almogi, Arab labor is not
cheaper, only less skilled..
'The minister did not think that
political changes in the event of
a peace settlement would have a
lasting effect on Israel's economy,
on close out fabrics
although he conceded that his min-
Quality Upholstering Inc.
istry was not fully prepared for
such an eventuality.
"If this should happen, the Is-
nationally syndicated program pro-
vides a contemporary outlet for a
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
potpourri of Jewish culture, hu-
Feature: Maurice Samuel and mor, music and
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Mark Van Doren will discuss "Hu-
man Relations in Democracy and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
the Bible: 1," starting with the
Book of Jeremiah, in which is re-
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
corded the first abolition of
religious and moral figures, hosts
the weekly program whose prem-
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ise is to place religion and man in
Many of the insights of the saint
stem from his experience as a
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Station: Channel 2
sinner. —Eric Hoffer.
Feature: "The Cantor Is a
Time: 7 p.m. Sunday
Nothing is more hopeless than a Lady" — featuring student cantor
Station: WMZK-FM (98)
Sheila May Cline, of Hebrew Union
scheme of merriment.
Feature: Jack Roberts presents
—Samuel Johnson. College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion. She and Cantor Harold Or- Israeli folk music, community
bach will explore the new role of notes and news from Israel.
women in the clergy.
and his ORCHESTRA
HEAR OUR VOICE
"Music at its Best
for Your Guests"
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Cantor Pierre Pinchik
is heard in liturgical selections TV Viewer Assails
from his recordings. Cantor Har-
Bias Veiled in Humor
old Orbach is host.
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Editor, The Jewish News:
Monday, July 26, 10 p.m. WWJ-
TV Channel 4 viewed a rerun pro-
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
gram featuring The Temptations.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7)
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Feature: Phil Blazer's weekly Impressionist George Kirby joined
the Motown recording artists in
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this hour of entertainment.
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Mr. Kirby did a takeoff on Bill
Cosby. His viewers were to ima-
gine Cosby entering a store. He is
to "stick-up" the store. He enters,
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Donahue. Oh, you ain't Mr. Dona-
hue. You look too Jewish to be
I may have erred in quoting
verbatim Mr. Kirby's dialogue, but
I do not err in protesting this type
of "black humor.'?
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Indeed, too many Jews have
been "stuck up" in reality. It
smells of the old line of twhat a
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Jew is supposed to look like! Is
the TV audience to imagine Mr.
Donahue as a red-haired,
freckled face, blue-eyed, pot-
bellied beer drinking slob — and
is Mr. Kirby's "Jew" the stereo-
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type hook-nosed, horn-rimmed,
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pseudo - intellec-
I do not appreciate Negro anti-
Semitism veiled in Black humor.
I demand an apology from the
director of programing, WWJ-
TV, Mr. Clamage, for permitting
this type of programing. I have
called Mr. Carnage to protest, but
his secretary said he was busy.
Council of Orthodox Rabbis.
I demand that Mr. Kirby's seg-
ment be withdrawn from any fur-
ther syndication of this special
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If Mr. Kirby wishes to be hu-
morous—let him bring laughter
into the homes of Americans.
FEATURING OUR FAMOUS
"Stickup" is far from laughable.
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AUGUST 1st 12 TO 5. P.M.
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YETZ-COHEN LADIES AUXIL-
IARY will hold a picnic Sunday
We Are Proud to Announce
High Stylist from Romania
Has Joined ,Our Staff
- OPEN SUNDAYS
EXCELLENT SERVICE — NO WAITING
(South of 10 Mile)
Phone LI 7-2552
or LI 4-9637
at the Fort Custer State Home,
Battle Creek. A picnic lunch will
be served, and entertainment will
be offered by a dance studio.
Members of the post and auxiliary
will service the group, under the
co-chairmanship of Bea Leland
and Freda Horowitz. Newly elect-
ed President Sara Fleisher has
appointed the following as com-
mittee leaders for 1971-72: Irene
Levin, Rose Feinberg, Fay Freed-
man, Freda Horowitz, Anne
Weinstein, Estelle Lieberman,
Rose Feinberg, Sophie Hoffman
and Sarah Kaminsky.
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