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34—Friday, October 5, 1973

17-Year-Old Heads
Temple Youth Body

NEW YORK—A 17-year-old
Californian, Gary Blair, has
been named the new presi-
dent of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth, the
teen-age affiliate of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew
Congregations.
The NFTY program is
supervised by a professional
staff headed by Rabbi
Stephen Schafer, UAHC di-
rector.
Blair is a freshman at
California State University in
Northridge.

They Made
The Grade

N E D OISTACHER a n d
KENNETH BLOOM, students
at James Madison College
of Michigan State Univer-
sity, have been given intern-
ships under the college's
field experience program in
Lansing. Oistacher, a grad-
uate of Henry Ford High
School, is serving with the
Michigan UAW Legislative
Office. Bloom, a graduate of
Southfield High School, is
with the Michigan State
Court of Appeals.

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Christian's View of Jews
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In 1924, a Dutch Christian more, nor is there a lack of
scholar, Dr. H. Michelson, heroines. Many of these
"IF NOT NOW . . ."
LOU GORDON SHOW
wrote an -interesting book, heroes and heroines have in-
Time:
7 p.m. Tuesday
"The Jew in Early English spired Christian artists. Let
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
Station: WDET-FM (101.9) Literature."
us hope for the Jews that
Station: Channel 50
Feature: A discussion on
It has been reprinted by there will again come a time,
Feature: Lou Gordon will "Soviet Jewry—What Action
Bnai Moshe Senior United
Hermon Press and is certain when they will have a coun-
Synagogue Youth will hold a interview Rabbi Baruch
to renew interest in many of try of their own, a civiliza-
Soviet Jewry "microlab" in Korff, leader of the Citizens for Americans?"


the
versions of literary sub- tion of their own, a literature
the youth lounge 1 p.m. Committee for Fairness to
LUBAVITCH
jects and the sources drawn of their own, and then Shy-
Sunday.
the Presidency.
JEWISH HOUR
upon, including the Bible and lock will change like the
*
* •
Highlighting the program
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Beast of the Fairy Tale into
major world events.
will be a phone call to a
ETERNAL LIGHT
Station: WNIC (1300).
Christian-Jewish
relations,
some beautiful prince, when
Jewish activist in the Soviet
and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
the legal status of Jews in the charm cast over him by
Union. Shirley Leopold, co-
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
Station: WWJ
England, the clergy and the Witch of Malevolent Ig-
Station: WNIC-FM (100).
Feature: Rabbi Seymour
Jews, the subject of usury norance and Injustice, will
and
Siegel, professor of theology
— many are the topics under be dispelled by Beauty, the
Time:
10:45
a.m.
Sunday.
at the Jewish Theological
consideration. Having been Beauty of Love, Understand-
Station: WPON (1450).
Seminary w i 11 interview
Feature: Rabbi Yitschak tackled by a Christian with ing and Justice." —P.S.
Arthur Cohen, author of "The
M. Kagan will moderate a a sense of justice, this vol-
Days of Simon Stern."
An AFRICAN VIO7
*
* *
program of interest to the ume regains its old interest
on a Jewish literary position SHOW will be held 10 a.– .-
Jewish community.
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
in an era when persecutions 9 p.m. Oct. 19 and 20 at the
• • •
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday
Woodland Mall, 28th St. and
were rampant.
ROZHINKES
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3)
Analyzing the Shake s- East Belt Line, Grand Rap-
MIT MANDLEN
Feature: "Songs by Naomi
Time: 9 a.m. Monday, p e a r e a n characters, Dr. ids. The show, "Violets in the
chairman of the Detroit Ac-
Michelson had this to say Mall" is sponsored by the
tion Committee for Soviet Shemer," a program featur- Wednesday and Thursday.
about the description of Michigan State African Violet
Station: WIID (1090).
Jewry, will speak on condi- ing the music and people of
Society. Supplies and instruc-
Feature: Israeli and Yid- Shylock:
tions there, and a slide Israel, narrated by Cantor
tion sheets for growing will
dish
music,
news,
recipes
"
The
Merchant
of
Venict'
presentation, "The Jewish Norman Rose.
*
*
*
and other features with Jules does not belong to Shakes- be available. The public is
Community in the Soviet
REFLECTIONS
IN
SOUND Abrams and Mary Medwed. peare's greatest and best invited.
Union," will be shown.


Time: 9 p.m. Sunday (new
plays but Shylock, the Jew,
Pins and literature -will be
BNAI SHALOM
time)
certainly belongs to his
available following the pro-
Time:
10
p.m.
Sunday.
Station: WCAR (1130)
greatest and best creations.
gram. All are welcome.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7) As far as we may speak of
Feature: Jeff Weisberg will
• * *
Feature: Phil Blazer pro-
Bnai Moshe Senior USY explore some fundamental vides a contemporarp pot- a perfectly developed char-
will hold a mystery social Jewish themes present in to- pourri of Jewish h u m o r, acter in literature, we must
music.
grant that Shylock is one. He
Oct. 13. All are invited to day's popular
* * *
music, culture and literature.. stands out, fully developed,

meet at the synagogue at
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
personal, individual, and
JEWISH WORLD
8:30 p.m.
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday
• * *
even with a mixed character,
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
Station: WDEE (1500)
though not exactly a Jewish
Kol Nidre services for
Station: WMZK (98).
and
youth age 13-18 will be held
Feature: A presentation of character."
Time: 12:15 p.m. Wednes- Israeli and Yiddish music
and his.
Dr. Michelson's work, pro-
6:45 p.m. today in the
day
duced
half
a
century
ago,
chapel. Services for all ages
and other features.
• • •
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1)
concludes as follows:
begin at 9:45 a.m. (13-18)
Feature:
Eileen
Berris
will
RELIGION IN THE NEWS
"In this literature we find
398-
and 10 a.m. (below age 13)
interview Ruth Kluger, co-
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
bad Jews and good Jews.
Saturday.
36b4
author of "The Last Escape."
Station: CKWW.
By the side of the bad ones
* * *
and
we
find
the
heroic
figures
of
In developing countries,
HIGHLIGHTS
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
Moses, David, Solomon, Job,
children under two are found
Music & Entertainment
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
the prophets and many
to be ill 30 per cent of the
Station:
Channel
2
Station:
Channel
9.
time. UNICEF is working
Feature: A program on
Feature: Rabbi Jonathan
to lower that percentage
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will be interviewed by Lou
Gordon on his television show
10 p.m. Sunday on Channel
50.
Appearing with Rabbi
Korff will be psychoanalyst
Ernest Bandenhaag, one of
his supporters.

Rabbi Korff claims that
his Citizens Committee for
Fairness to the Presidency
has received 50,000 friendly
letters, almost a third of
them containing contributions
—since the first Appeal for
Fairness ad appeared in the
New York Times last July.

Rabbi Korff, 59, of Taun-
ton, Mass., launched his cam-

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