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February 18, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-18

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42 Friday, February 18, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

CUSTOM FURNITURE &
CARPET CLEANING
ON LOCATION

VISTAS OF ISRAEL: day,- WDEE (1500), an ad-
6:30 a.m. Sunday, dress to the Jewish corn-
WOMC-FM (104.3), Israel munity.
* * *
culture and literature, a
calendar of events in the
RELIGION IN THE
Jewish community fol- NEWS: 6:30 a.m: Sunday
lows.
CKWW (680).
Phone
* * *
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL:
ETERNAL
LIGHT: 8:25
549-7170
6:30 a.m. Sunday, WXYZ a.m..Sunday, WJR-FM
(1270) and 10:30 p.m. Sun- (96.3), Part XI of the__
tIm=114
series, "Out of the Pages
of Books." Sunday's fea-
clUattin
ture: "Mr. Theodore
Mundstock," adapted for
radio
by Harriet Kopp,
acfizthza
from the Ladislav Fuks
novel.
The finest music for all occasions
* * *
JEWISH COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45 a.m.
Channel 2, John H.
Shepherd, president of
the
Jewish Community

BRING
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Council, will speak on his
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a Y
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INTERVIEW ' IM-
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day, WDEE (1500), and
,
12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
• •ADDING MACHINES
. 7-- _. if
WQRS-FM (105.1), author
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•DICTATING MACHINES
,•„
Sonya Michel will be in-
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terviewed.
•COAT
RACKS
* * *
• OFFICE
OF
D
AILY
MANNY CI4LIDNOW'S
MACHINES
9-5:30
MOTIF:
9 a.m. Monday
a B ETTER BUS1NES
SAT. 'til 4:30
•OFFICE
and Thursday, WIID
EQUIPMENT CO.
CLOSED SUN,
FURNITURE k
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CALL 5411-6404
231 W. NINE MILE RD. FERNDALE
tertainment, community
—. BRING AD FOR FREE GIFT — BRING AD FOR FREE GIFT —
calendar and "Spotlight"
on the community with
Barbara Katchke and
Rachel Jacobs. Monday's
feature: an interview and
music with Euni Rose,
wife of Cantor Norman
Rose of Temple Emanu- .
El.
* * *
IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m.
Monday WDET-FM,
(101.9), "Cults, Curse or
Crusade," with former
cult members Jeffrey
Thal aiad Eve Eden, and
deprogrammer Joe Ale-
xander and Michael
Tauscht, assistant dis-
trict attorney.
* *
COFFEE WITH HY: 9
a.m. Tuesday, WIID
(1090), interviews, and
features of Jewish in-
terest, with Hy
Schenkman.
* * *
SHIDUREI YISRAEL
BE-DETROIT: 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, WIID (1090), an
all-Hebrew program of
Israeli music, news and
features from Israel, with
Joshua Tabak.
• * *
YIDDISHE SHTUNDE:
9 a.m. Wednesday and
Friday, WIID (1090), an
all-Yiddish program of
music, news, interviews
and other features, with
Lou Levine.
* * *
AL NAFTAL'S Jewish
Theatrical Program: 1
Thursdax, WMZK-
FM (98), entertainment.

Center Library Pays Tribute
to Book Fair Leader Oberstein

A fund to establish a li-
brary shelf in the Henry
and Delia Meyers Memo-
rial of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center honoring
the late Gertrude Obers-
tein has been started by
family and friends of the
late book reviewer.

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199

BRING AD FOR FREE G

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ANTWERP
JEWELERS

Max M. Bednarsh
and
Walter Gordon
proudly announce
the opening
of their
new showroom:
in the

Prudential Town Center

3000 Town Center

Suite 820

Southfield, Michigan 48075

353-6878

President John Adams
wrote in 1808: "They (the
Jews) are the most glori-
ous Nation that ever in-
habited this Earth. The
Romans and their Em-
pire were but a bauble in
comparison of the Jews."

Weddings • Bar Mifzvos

contemporary and classi-
cal writers won com-
munal recognition.

642-1039

"The Best Disco In Town"

C ANKER4, 7,

t t■ V‘ Disc Jockey 45/4/
Parties Dance & Special Occasions
k 544-0454
546-5797,

BRIDESMAID GOWNS

are a specialty at

SYLVIA'S

546-7558

6913 _

MICHAEL KAPLIT
Photography

Also dresses and gowns for
Mothers & Grandmothers

GERTRUDE ()BERSTEIN

Mrs. Oberstein was a
charter member of the.
United Hebrew Schools
Woman's Auxiliary and
was a pioneer leader for
th-e Jewish Book Fair. For
the most recent book
fairS, Mrs. Oberstein was
book selection chairman.
Mrs. Oberstein was a
piano teacher and active
in music circles. Shw was
a popular book reviewer
and her comments on the

Bar, Bat Mitzva
Albums Available

Redesigned and revised
Bar• Mitzva and Bat
Mitzva albums are being
issued by Jewish Na-
tional Fund, it was an-
nounced by Mark E.
Schlussel, president of
the JNF Council, and
Phillip Stollman, chair-
man of the Religious
Groups Committee of
JNF.
Printed in color, the al-
bums contain informa-
tion of Judaism, Jewish
culture and Jewish tradi-
tion. There also is room
for photos and other per-
tinent data on the Bar or
Bat Mitzva.
In addition to receiving
the book and a certificate,
the name of the Bar or
Bat Mitzva may be in-
scribed in the Keren
1VIitzva Book in
Jerusalem, with a photo
of the celebrant affixed
beside the inscription.
For information on the
tax deductible book, call
the JNF office, 968-0820.

Skate-a-Thon
Due in Oak Park

The Oak Park "Send a
Child to Camp" commit-
tee will sponsor a
skate-a-thon to take
place 10:30 a.m. Thursday
at the Oak Park Ice
Arena.
- The committee pro=
vides a summer camping
experience for children
who might otherwise not
be able to participate.
Pledge sheets for the
skate-a-thon will be av-
ailable at all Oak Park
schools and at the Oak
Park Ice Arena. For in-
formation, call Dorothy
Cohen, chairman, 547-
0780.

Select from an outstanding designers
Group At Special Savings

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