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November 30, 1973 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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-4. oll Shows 69 Pct. of Americans
OppoNe Sending Troops to M. E.

NEW YORK (ZINS) — A
recent Harris poll indicates
that 79 per cent of the Amer-
ican people supports the
U. S.-Soviet - sponsored UN
Mideast cease fire and only
4 per cent expressed opposi-
tion to it. But 69 per cent
(as against 14 per cent) ob-
ject to sending U. S. troops
to the Middle East, even if
Israel were threatened by
Russian armed forces.
A 63-14 margin credits
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger with being "right
to send arms to Israel and
;hen to get together with the
Russians to work out a cease
fire."
The contention that the

U. S. should yield to Arab
political pressure is rejected
by the American people. By
a preference of 50 to 26 per
cent, the public disagrees
with the statement that "We
need Arab oil for our gaso-
line shortage at home, so we
had better find ways to get
along with the Arabs, even
though it means supporting
Israel less."
While large numbers of
Americans express views
sympathetic to the Israel
side, 67 per cent agree that
"We should not become over-
committed to Israel, or we
could find ourselves involved
in another Vietnam, and that
would be wrong."

ewry on die Air

This Week's Radio and Television Programs
HIGHLIGHTS
Feature: Israeli and Yid-

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
dish music, news, recipes
Station: Channel 2.
and other features with Jules
Feature: Mae Shaffer and Mary Abrams.
* *
Rockland, author of "The
Work of Our Hands," will be
BNAI SHALOM
interviewed.
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
* * *
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Feature: Phil Blazer pro-
Time: 9 p.m. Sunday.
vides Jewish humor music,
Station: WCAR (1130).
culture and literature.
Feature: Rabbi Harold S.
Loss will explore some fun-
JEWISH WORLD
damental Jewish themes
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
present in today's popular
Station: WMZK (98).
music.
Feature. A presentation of
* *
Israeli and Yiddish music
COMMUNITY CURRENTS and other features.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDEE (1500).
"IF NOT NOW . . ."
Feature: Robert Kimmel
Time: 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Smith, author of "Sadie Sha-
Station: WDET-FM (101.9).
piro's Knitting Book," will
Feature: "Women's Plea
be interviewed.
for Soviet Jewry," with an
and
interfaith panel moderated
Time: 12:15 p.m. Wednes- by Lois Pincus.
day.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
A humorous novel by the
Feature : A conversation Jewish author LADISLAV
with Harold Kaufman, author FUKS, "Dead Men at the
of "Now You Know."
Ball," has been published by
Cesky Spisovatel in Prague.
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
Fuks is best known for his
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
works on Jewish subjects.
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3).
Feature: "Hits by the Mili-
tary Entertainment Troupes,"
dealing with the music and
people of Israel, narrated by
Norman Rose.
*

Ulpan Retained
While ZOA House
Served Emergency

Service to Honor Israel's Fallen

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Nov. 30, 1973-19

The Council of Orthodox don will open the assembly.
Rabbis and Vaad Ho'er (Mer-
The entire community is
kaz) will hold a community- invited.
TEL AVIV—Few civilian wide memorial service, in
institutions in Israel were as cooperation with the Jewish
Rated No. 1 in the U.S.A.,
Israel
Come in and see why
mobilized for the Yom.Kippur Community Council, for the
By VICKI BARNETT
before you buy!
War as was the ZOA House, fallen soldiers in the Israeli Oh! You're a strong-willed Lady,
From $49.50
established and directed by
But I have seen you cry.
I've watched your spirit weaken
the Zionist Organization of
As the children about you die...
TYPEWRITER
America. During the war
CO. INC.
Oh!
But you're a beautiful Lady,
itself virtually the entire
1717 STEPHENON HWY.
And I have seen you shine.
(North of Maple)
building with its two main
I know you caret quit until you
TROY • 689-8000
can claim:
halls, large auditorium, its
"This Home, God said, is mine!"
meeting rooms and basement
floor were taken over by the
Israel army.
A special unit was "bivou-
acked" in the building and
RABBI JAMES GORDON
over 100 makeshift beds were
prepared for them in the conflict 8 p.m. Dec. 10 at
main halls. Scores of soldiers Young Israel Center of Oak
rushed in and out of the Woods. This date, Tet-Vav
premises during all hours of Kislev, is generally observed
One of Allied Van Lines Largest Haulers
the day and night. Others on the Jewish calendar as a
filled the meeting rooms for fast day.
1300 N. Campbell Road
briefings and for meetings
2253 Cole Streel
Israel Vice Consul Shlomo
to plan their activities.
Royal Oak
Birmingham
Levin of New York will
Only one peacetime activ-
LI
1-3313
MI 4-4613
ity continued without inter- speak. Rabbi James I. Gor-
ruption throughout the war
and that was the Hebrew
Ulpan for English speaking
new immigrants, with four
separate classes being held
every day.

QUIST

POTTER

MOVING &
STORAGE CO.

We Repeat
Wash and Drip Dry—Do It Yourself:

Violinist Protests
Soviet Peer's Visit

YECH I Hate Them!!!

' NEW YORK — Violinist
Alexander Schneider protest-
Modern science with our fast cooking ovens and quick prepared foods has
ed a Lincoln Center concert
by violinist Leonid Kogan
taken the lady of the house out of the kitchen and put her in the Laundry Room.
of the Soviet Union after the
More women are spending more time washing wash and wear drip dry items
latter had signed an attack
than ever before.
against Andrei Sakharov.
Sakharov has been harrassed I
CUSTOM DRAPERY CLEANERS HAVE COMPLETED THE INSTALLATION
in the Soviet Union for his
I OF A MODERN DEPARTMENT FOR WASHABLE CURTAINS. WE HAVE
pro-Israel beliefs.
I
LARGE WASH MACHINES TO HANDLE THEM PROPERLY.
In a letter to the New
York Times, Schneider said
We have special low temperature pressing equipment to press out the pleats,
he felt "moved to express
puckering of seams and wrinkles "A Professional Job Is Far Superior to
my dismay that Leonid Ko-
Home Washing" Have them done professionaly.
gan has felt compelled to
so demean himself as a
Professional take down and rehang service
human being and as an
artist."
Phone 891-1818 Suburban call collect reverse charges.
Schneider pointed out that
Trade Member National Society of Interior Designers
DRAPERY CLEANER";
the great majority of Soviet
11410 Joseph Campau
concert artists abstained
All that the name implies
from participating in the
anti-Sakharov campaign.

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ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Remarkable
Adventures of Deuteronomy
Katz," a drama about a
man's attempt to live an
honest life.



* * *
LUBAVITCH
JEWISH HOUR

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WNIC (1300).
and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
Station: WNIC-FM (100).
and
Time: 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WPON (1450).
Feature: Rabbi Yitschak
M. Kagan speaks; Jewish
music is offered.
*
*

Enchant your woman with elegant gifts from
Orchard Mall ... with hostesses and beautiful
models to assist you.

Monday, December 3rd

7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

• Refreshments • Music • Informal modeling
• Gift-wrap service • Hostesses

RELIGION IN THE NEWS

Alex Delvecchio, Lefty Wilson (Trainer), "Olie" Olesevich (Equip. Mgr.)
of the Detroit Red Wings will appear in person

Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: CKWW.
and

Mall will close at 6 o'clock and will re-open at 7 o'clock on this night

RELIGIOUS SCOPE

Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: Rabbi Jonathan
Plaut of Temple Beth El,
Windsor, will discuss news
in the Jewish community.
*

• Last and Co. • Mister Marvin • Lookin' Better
• Michael Allan Jewelers • Snafu • Words 'n' Music
• Call It Love • Furs by Frederick • Bottle 'n' Gift
• India Imports • Leona • Bookpeople • The Bootery
• Greg Shoes • The Next Step • Decorative Interiors
• Oriental Center • All City TV and Appliances
• Olympic Sporting Goods • Jordan Kahn, Ltd.

ROZHINKES
MIT MANDLEN

only

• Block's Clothes • Berlin's Children's Shoppe
• Heidi's Salon • Rickshaw Inn
• Shopping Center Markets • Lizzette Mammoth
• Efros Drug Store • Sweaters International
• Beckwith-Evans • David's Men's Shoes, Ltd.
• Tony's Shoe Service • Metropolitan Optical

Open Every Evening 'til Christmas

On Orchard Lake Rd., just NORTH of Maple Rd. (15 Mile)

Time: 9 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Station: WIID (1090).





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