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April 27, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-27

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`Piece of Jerusalem' to Be Offered

Something new in the way
of status symbols will be
offered in Detroit during the
Israel Trade Fair May 5-13
at the Jewish Center: street
signs from Jerusalem.
These signs are of British
occupation vintage and only
recently have been replaced
by new ones. Mounted on
wood, they can be hung in
family and recreation rooms,
entrance halls, or other
areas.
With the purchase of a
sign goes a Van Lear detail-
ed map of Jerusalem which
can be mounted, as well as
a historical synopsis of the
street. Donations will be sent
to the Jerusalem Y.
A large aquarium of un-
usual salt water fish from
the Red Sea will be on dis-
play at the Trade Fair.
- obbyists will be able to
,lace orders.
Also featured at the Is-
rael Trade Fair will be a
wide assortment of Israeli
imports. The fair is open to
the public without charge.
The 25th anniversary cele-
bration of Israel's indepen-
dence will conclude May 13
with a Youth Zimriya (sing)
at 2 p.m., an Aliya Confer-
ence at 4 p.m.; and the
showing of the film "Ervin-
ka" at 7 p.m.
The culminating event will
be a Hebrew lecture with
Moshe Amon, former news
editor for the Israeli daily
Al Hamishmar and now a
teacher of history and phil-
osophy at the University of
Detroit and Jewish philoso-
phy at the Midrasha. The
topic of his lecture is "The
Meaning of Independence."
Tickets for "Ervinka" are
on sale at the Center. There
is no charge for the other
events. For information, call
the Center, 341-4200, Ext.
236-7.
(It was incorrectly stated
in last week's article on the
Trade Fair that Shuly Nath-
an was the composer of
"Jerusalem of Gold." Naomi
Shemer composed the song,
and Miss Nathan introduced
it.)

Experts on aliya and op-
portunities in Israel will ad-
dress the annual Aliya Con-
ference, under the sponsor-
ship of the Detroit Zionist
Federation, Jewish Center
and the Israel Aliya Center.
Keynote speaker will be
Col. (Res.) Yerucham Arni-
tai, national director of the
Israel Aliya Center in the
U.S. and Canada. There will

Helen and Paul Zucker.
man hold a sign for Rehov
Rachel Imenu (Rachel Our
Mother St.) which was pre-
sented to them by their
grandchildren. Rehov Ra-
chel Imenu, in the Katamon
suburb of Jerusalem, marks
the area of Detroit Park,
donated to Israel by the
Zuckermans in honor of their
grandchildren.

he workshops on the follow-
ing:
"Professional
Opportuni-
ties and Skilled Trades," with
Gideon Brain, Michigan rep-
resentative of the Israel
Aliya Center.
"Business and Investment
Opportunities" with Yeho-
shua Bar-El, Toronto rep-
resentative of the Israel
Aliya Center.
"Study Opportunities —
Higher Learning" with Uri
Broides, St. Louis represen-
tative of the Israel Aliya
Center.
"Short-Term Israel Pro-
grams—Youth Work," with
Amotz Peleg, Habonim emis-
sair, and Avraham Shur,
emissary to Hashomer Hat-
zair.
S. David Saferstein, aliya
chairman of the Detroit Zion-
ist Federation, will be meet-
ing chairman.
Participants are Ameri-
cans for Progressive Israel
—Hashomer Hatzair, Asso-
ciation of Americans and
Canadians for Aliya, Council
of Orthodox Rabbis, Hadas-
sah, Labor Zionist Alliance,
Religious Zionists (Mizrachi-

Hapoel-Hamizrachi), United
Zionists Revisionists, Jew-
ish National Fund, Habonim
and Pioneer Women.
For information, call the
Israel Aliya Center, 559-
6755.

Marilyn Sternberg THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, April 27, 1973-33
to Wed Mr. Ladin Bazaar and Exposition to Benefit

Windsor Hadassah-WIZO Projects

* * *

A Chat With Golda

NEW YORK — Israel
Prime Minister Golda Meir,
will address 14 American
Jewish communities and
answer questions from them
by means of a pre-arranged,
two-way telephone hookup on
May 6.
The program, sponsored by
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation, will begin at 6
p.m. and will last for approx-
imately 11/2 hours (6 p.m. at
Detroit's Jewish Center).
Mrs. Meir will be joined
in her home in Jerusalem by
Mordecai Bar-On, head of
the youth and hehalutz de-
partment of the World Zion-
ist Organization, as well as
by an Israeli high school
student and a young kibutz-
nik, who will also address the
communities •and answer
their questions.

ewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and Television Programs'

DIRECTIONS
mental Jewish themes pres-
ent in today's popular music.
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday.
* * *
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: "Yizkor: Remem- RELIGION IN THE NEWS
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
ber," a 'program presented
Station: CKWW.
as a memorial to the Six
and
Million. Featured soloists are
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
Richard Tucker, Bianca
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
Sauler and Seymour
Station: Channel 9.
Schwartzman.
4:
*
Feature: Rabbi Jonathan
Plaut of Temple Beth El,
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday. Windsor, will discuss news
-items in the Jewish com-
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Once Upon Sol- muni•y.
*
*
omon's Nose," based on a
SPECIAL
work by Hayim Nachman
Rescheduled
Bialik. A bee stings King
Time: 10 p.m. Monday.
Solomon on the nose, thus
Station: Channel 9.
spoiling the king's chances
Feature: "A People Chosen
of winning the beauty con-
—Who Is a Jew in Israel?"
test with Sheba.
;:* *
—a one-hour special com-
memorating the 25th anni-
HIGHLIGHTS
versary of the state of Is-
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
rael. This film, examining
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: Cantors Jacob historical perspectives and
Barkin and Harold Orbach problems of the present Is-
will speak on "Israel and rael, from ultra-Orthodox
Changing Patterns in Jewish Mea Shearim to the secular
Expression," especially as• it atmosphere of modern Israel,
deals with Jewish music. was filmed at Masada, in
The program is related to the the Sinai and other locations
theme "Changing Patterns in in Israel.
Jewish Life."
* * *
1973 Auction Due
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
for Channel 56
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
Channel 56 will hold its
Station: WDEE.
fifth annual auction 2 p.m.
and
to midnight May 5-12 at its
Time: noon Tuesday.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1). Second Blvd. studios.
Items valued at $25 or
Feature: Rabbi Mordecai
Waxman of Temple Israel, more will be auctioned off
Great Neck, N.Y., will dis- to viewers who place their
cuss his book, "Tradition and bids by calling 872-7500.
Change."
These items are donated by
:
*
local merchants and indi-
viduals. Funds raised by the
BNAI SHALOM
auction will support Chan-
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7). nel 56, Detroit's only public
Feature: Phil Blazer pro- nonprofit television station.
Auctioneers will be local
vides a contemporary pot-
pourri of Jewish humor, personalities from radio, TV,
music, culture and literature. sports, the press and the
* *
community.
To donate items for the
JEWISH WORLD
auction, call Auction Center,
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
873-7200.
Station: WMZK (98).
Feature: A presentation of
Earnings on Bonds
Israeli and Yiddish music
and other features.
Earn 5 1/2 per cent on as
* *
little as $18.75? You can with
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND U.S. Savings Bonds, when
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
you hold them to maturity.
Station: WCAR.
Series E Bonds sell for $18.75;
Feature: Rabbi Harold S. $37.50; $56.25; $75; $150; $375;
Loss will explore some funda- $750.

MARILYNN STERNBERG

Mr. and Mrs. T. George
Sternberg of Sharpe St., Es-
sexville, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Marilyn Joan to Lawrence
L. Ladin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Ladin of Mil-
waukee.
Miss Sternberg attends
Central Michigan University.
Her fiance is a graduate of
the University of Wisconsin
and holds a masters degree
from CMU.

Center Nursery
Registration Open

The Jewish Center an-
nounces registration for the
fall nursery opens Tuesday
for center members, and will
be open to nonmembers be-
ginning May 18.
The nursery program fea-
tures full facilities at the
main building, including gym
and the pool, as well as spe-
cial classes in creative rhyth-
mics, introduction of Hebrew
words and expression and the
celebration of Jewish and na-
tional holidays. Transporta-
tion is available in the North-
west and Oak Park areas.
Kathy Centeri and Joyce
Fields, certified nursery
teachers, will be returning
for next year's seasons.
The nursery is open to
children age 3 to 5 with two,
_three and five half-day ses-
sions available.
Families who are interested
in sending their children to
the nursery but are unable to
pay the full fee may discuss
adjusted fees by calling
group services, 341-4200.

Emma Lazarus
in Hall of Fame?

NEW YORK (JTA) — In
the 70th anniversary year of
the unveiling of "The New
Colossus" sonnet on the ped-
estal of the Statue of Liberty,
Brooklyn Borough President
Sebastian Leone has asked
for the enrollment of 'its
author, the noted Jewish
poetess, Emma Lazarus, in
the Hall of Fame of Great
Americans at New York Uni-
versity.
In a letter to Dr. Russell
D. Niles, director of the Hall,
Leone said: "The beauty of
the sonnet (unveiled at the
Statue of Liberty in 1903)
which welcomes all to the
port of New York, has estab-
lished the fame of the late
Miss Lazarus throughout the
world."
Leone noted that Emma
Lazarus, a native New York-
er, who •died in 1897 at the
age of 38, devoted much of
her writings to justice and
freedom 'for all, particularly
the immigrants to U.S.
shores. She was also an early
advocate and supporter of
equal rights for women.

Windsor Hadassah - WIZO
will hold its annual bazaar
and exposition 10 a.m.-10
p.m. May 16 at Cleary Audi-
toirium. Proceeds will be
used to assist Hadassah pro-
jects in Israel.
The event will feature
booths of gourmet foods,
baked goods, bagels and
other Jewish delicacies. Fur
and fashion shows will be
held at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.
There will be boutiques for
all ages.
Other features include a
drug store counter, Ye Olde
Art Shoppe, linen closet
items, a green thumb booth,
toys, books, records, sports

equipment, handicrafts, and
an Israeli display and pub-
lic relations booth.
Tickets are available at
the door or from chapter
members. Children under 12
accompanied by an adult will
be admitted free.

,

Bar Mitzvas, Weddings

and special occasions

Garson Zeltzer
Photography

4-2120

Literary Reviews Set

The final reviews in the
spring literary series will be
held 8:30 p.m. Monday and
May 7 at the Birmingham
Temple. Rabbi Wine will dis-
cuss "The Emigrants" Mon-
day and will conclude the
series with "An Evening
With Noel Coward." There
is an admission charge.

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