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February 01, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-01

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441,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 1, 1974-33

COMING SOON

Mr. Alan's

MEN'S BOOTER

To New Orleans Mall
10 Mile & Greenfield

Arab-Jewish Bridge

Omar Sharif, Egypt's bridge '
champion — also known as a
Hollywood movie actor —
often has a Jewish bridge
partner, according to Parade
magazine.
Sharif, born Michael Shal-
houb of Lebanese and Syrian
parents, "frequently teams
up with Rixi Marcus" in
bridge tournaments, Parade
reports.

Where the press is free,
and every man able to read,
all is safe.—Thomas Jeffer-
son.

tlr

Last Chance Sale

on all

Winter Merchandise

at Low, Low Prices

$3 - $5 - 9 0 - $25

(Nothing More)
(Sizes 5-14)

Values up to s740.00

Starting Mon., Feb. 4th

o ne

..._)porlowear

26711 Southfield Rd
Lathrup Village, Mich.

Open Mon. - Sat., 1 1-4:30 p.m.

353-8966

RosenbergGuilt /Gas Sareirs in Search of a Bus.

Questioned tn





Dramatizat i on

Were Julius and Ethel Ro-
senberg guilty beyond a rea-
sonable doubt of conspiring
to commit espionage? Or did
they die in the electric chair
as innocent victims of a
"climate of fear?"
A television dramatization
of the 1951 trial suggested
that the Rosenbergs, the only
Americans ever to be ex-
ecuted in peacetime for the
crime of treason, were con-
victed without sufficient evi-
dence that they had betrayed
atomic secrets.
The Monday night ABC
Theater presentation "Judg-
ment: the Trial of Julius and
Ethel Rosenberg," was di-
rected by Stanley Kramer
and starred Alan Arbus and
Brenda Vaccaro as the Ros-
enbergs.
Herschel Bernardi por-
trayed Emmanuel Bloch, the
attorney who tried, in vain,
to prove that the prosecution's
star witness, Ethel's brother
Da v id Greenglass, lied to
save his wife, Ruth. Green-
glass was sentenced to 15
years in prison for his role
in the case.
The courtroom scenes in-
cluded the actual words of
the defendants, lawyers and
Federal District Judge Irving
Kaufman.
Twenty-three appeals could
not save the Rosenbergs, who
spent two years on Sing
Sing's Death Row. Quotes
from their letters to each
other and to their two young
children were included to
emphasize the Rosenbergs'
devotion and their dignity in
the face of death.

One solution to the energy
crisis is a bus pool. Jerry
Naftaly, a senior at Wayne
State University, thinks he
may have solved the problem
for commuting students and
faculty — but first, he needs
the bus.
Naftaly, 23621 Kenosha,
Oak Park, said he has the
names of 150 area residents
who work in the Wayne

State area and wish to corn-
muite daily from the suburbs.
He says he has been prom-
ised the cooperation of Oak
Park city officials in pro-
viding a bus stop for the
shuttle service.
Although most respondents
to his plan are from Oak
Park, other adjacent areas
could be serviced from the
Oak Park base, said Naftaly,

eivry on the

All"

This Week's Radio and Television Programs

a member of a Wayne State
University task force sub-
committee to study the en-
rollment and energy crisis.
If sufficient interest is
shown in the project, Naftaly
said, the Southeast Michigan
Transportation Authority will
provide coaches, routes, time
schedules and promotion.
But more names would be
welcome on the list.
For information, those who
would like to join the pro-
gram or who know of a bus
available, may leave the
message for Naftaly at the
Oak Park municipal offices,
LI 7-1331.

LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3).
Station: WNIC (1300).
Feature: Songs of Ya'ir
and
Rosenblum.
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
Apple Zane
Station: WNIC-FM (100).
*
*
and
Time: 10:45 a.m. Sunday. RELIGION IN THE NEWS
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WPON (1460).
Station: CKWW.
Feature: "The S a b b a t h
and
Queen," a story for Sabbath,
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
and a feature on the prayer
Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
• Portraits
"How goodly are your tents,
Station: Channel 9.
0 Jacob."
• Weddings
Feature: News in the Jew-
• Models Portfolios
ish community.
DIRECTIONS
*
• Social Events
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday.
ROZHINKES
Station: Channel 7.
Leslie Lupovich
MIT MANDLEN
Feature: Judaism and the
Jim Zimmerman
Time: 9 a.m. Monday,
New Testament.
Wednesday and Thursday.
Station: WIID (1090).
851 - 1840
Feature: Israeli and Yid-
FOCUS
Day and Evening
dish
music,
news,
recipes
and
Time: 12:15 p.m. Monday.
other features.
Station: WJR (760).
Feature: J. P. McCarthy
will interview Ziedan Atashi,
for the 21.icriminatin9
MU3iC
Israel consul in New York.

Photo Studio

by

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: " 'To Be' is an
Active Verb," part VII of the
"Moral Dilemma of Man"
series.

Mack Pitt and hi3 OrcAe3tra

358-3642

Classifieds Get Quick Results

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: Rabbis Gerald
Teller of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
and Harold Loss of Temple
Israel will give their views
on "Experiential J e w i s h
Learning."

deep-as-the-sea
bottomed sandals .
rise to the heights
in fashion!

High fashion says deep, big bottomed dandals.
With big legged pants and knee length skirts,
even short shorts and big bottom sandals. It's
the newest height, so feather-light. Strap 'em
on and watch yourself rise to the highest
heights in fashion!

"IF NOT NOW . . ."
Time: 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Station: WDET-FM (101.9).
Feature. Dr. Sanford Sha-
piro, regional director for
Florida, of the Union of
American Hebrew Songrega-
tions will talk about the aged.
*
*

THE

WHATEVER
THE REASON
WHATEVER
THE SEASON

ORCHARD MALL

Shopping Center
N. of Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield

HAS IT

REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Time: 9 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR (1130).
Feature: Jewish themes
present in today's popular
music.
*
*
BNAI SHALOM
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.1).
Feature: Jewish humor,
music, culture and literature.

Where Fashion Starts

NEW ORLEANS MALL BLOOMFIELD COMMONS

10 Mile & Greenfield
Southfield

Maple and Lahser Rds.
Birmingham

*

*

JEWISH WORLD
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
Station: WMZK (98).
Feature: Israeli and Yid-
dish music and other fea-
tures.

WHITE OR
NAVY LEATHER
& BLUE JEANS

HELEN

front tow,ra

$ 1 8

COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDEE (1500).
Feature: Dr. Avraham
Holtz, author of "Jerusalem:
The Holy City," will be in-
terviewed.
and
Time: 12:15 p.m. Wednes-
day.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
Feature: Dr. Shemaryahu
Talmon, editor of the Hebrew
University Bible Project, will
be interviewed.

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