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March 30, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-30

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Irving Greenberg to Be
Next Midrasha Lecturer

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Dr. Irving Greenberg will
explore "The Conflict of
Modernity and Traditional-
ism" at the next session of
the Midrasha Institute 8:15
,p.m. Wednesday at the La-
Med Auditorium of the Unit-
ed Hebrew Schools.
Dr. Greenberg, chairman
of the department of Jew-
ish studies at City College,
City University of New York,
will address himself to the DR. IRVING GREENBERG
challenge of science, ration-
ality and pluralism and how
the Jew copes with modern
society.
Dr. Greenberg, who served
as rabbi of the Riverdale
Jewish Center for seven
years, taught history at Ye-
shiva University, was • Ful-
bright visiting professor in
history at Tel Aviv Univer•
sity and lecturer in Near
Eastern Jtidiac studies at
Brandeis University.
A graduate of Harvard, Dr.
Greenberg chairs the Center
for Russian Jewry advisory
board and is on the boards
of the Religious Education
Association and Institute for
Jewish Life.
The lecture is one of three
in the Mina and Theodore
Bargman Memorial Lectures
and is based on the theme
"The World of the 1970s:
a Jewish Perspective." The
final speaker will be Dr. Da-
vid Sidorsky, professor of
philosophy at Columbia Uni-
versity.

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Un the Air

This Week's Radio and
j Television Programs

COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
Stateion: WDEE (1500).
Feature: A conversation
with Rabbi Richard G.
Hirsch, executive director of
the World Union for Pro-
gressive Judaism.
and
Time: noon Tuesday
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1)
Feature: Rabbi D avid
Polish, president of the Cen-
MISS VICKI BALK
tral Conference of American
Rabbis, will discuss his book,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen
"Higher Freedom."
of Village Rd., Southfield,
* * *
announce the engagement of
HIGHLIGHTS
her daughter Vicki Marlene
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Balk to Dale Lyle Howard,
Station: Channel 2
' Feature: The film, "Wel- son of Mr. and Mrs, Fred
come Our Brothers," tells Howard of Woodside Tr.,
the story of a Jewish family West Bloomfield.
which has emigrated to De-
Mr. Howard attends East-
troit from behind the Iron ern, Michigan University.
Curtain. Appearing - in the
A June 1974 wedding is
film are Jules Abrams, Leon- planned.
ard Brown, Eric Chase,
Lorraine Ernst, Ilene Gross-
man and Rita Haddow.
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
NEW ENGLAND NU-
Feature: Elie Wiesel,
announced the ap-
novelist, lecturer, essayist, CLEAR
pointment of DR. LAW-
begins a series of four pro- RENCE
GELLER, former
grams in which he talks Detroiter of
Newton, Mass. to
about his teachers.
the position of manager in its
* * *
labeled compounds division.
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND He will be responsible for
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday. the over-all operation of the
Station: WCAR.
division, which manufactures
Feature: Rabbi Harold S. over 1,000 radiochemicals
Loss will explore some funda- for research. Dr. Geller is a
mental Jewish themes pres- graduate of Brandeis Univer-
ent in today's popular music. sity and received both his
* * *
masters and doctorate at
Wayne State University.
JEWISH WORLD
* *
Time: 7 p.m. Sunday.
Hazel Park Racing Associ-
Station: WMZK-FM (98).
Feature: Jack Roberts of- ation, Inc., announces the ap-
fers community notes and pointment of HARY H.
GOLDBERG JR: ADVERTIS.
news from Israel.
* * *
ING, INC. as its new agency.
BNAI SHALOM
Time: '10 p.m. Sunday.
Parents to Feature
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blazer pro- Israeli Playwright
vides a contemporary pot-
Parents Without Partners
pourri of Jewish humor, will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday
music, culture and litera- at the 10 Mile Jewish Center.
ture.
Guest speaker will be Is-

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rael Eliraz, Israeli writer of
RELIGION IN THE NEWS stories and plays.
Time 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: CKWW.
and
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: Rabbi .Jonathan
Plaut of Temple Beth El,
Windsor, will discuss news
items in the Jewish com-
munity.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel

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Friday, March 30,

May Construct Two Containerships

• JERUSALEM (ITA)—The mittee by Finance 'Minister
construction of two 9,000- Pinhas Sapir and Transport
ton contsinerships for the Minister Shimon Peres.
Zim Lines at Israel's ship-
The vessels would be the
yards on Haifa Bay was largest ever built in Israel
recommended to the,,minil , and would AratttGoeltout two
sterial economic affairs corn- years to corrililete. -

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