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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 11, 1977 61

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• Scratches • Dents • Dog
Bites.
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• Caning & Formica Repair.
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53 — ENTERTAINMENT

FREDDY SHEYER Orchestra.
Exotic belly dancer. Sophis-
ticated parties. 398-2462

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

Durbin Adds
Shirley Goodman

Poster Promotes
Book Month

NEW YORK—A contem-
porary Jewish Welfare
Board poster has been
designed to announce the
dates and theme of Jewish
Book Month, it was
announced by Dr. Sidney B.
Hoenig, president, JWB
Jewish Book Council, under
whose auspices the book
month is observed nation-
ally. This year Jewish Book
Month will be observed
Nov. 4 - Dec. 4 by hundreds
of communities across the
U.S. and Canada.

Music Study Club to Hear
Tenor at Beth El Meeting

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will hear
concert and opera tenor
John McCollum at its next
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Temple Beth El.
McCollum has appeared
on Canadian and American
television and with major
symphony orchestras
throughout the U.S. and
internationally.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
Israeli fishermens union has
contracted to build a 55-ton
trawler and shrimp boat at
an American shipyard for
$150.000. The contract calls
for the vessel to be com-
pleted in three months.
The union decided to build
in the U.S. because the
Haifa shipyards were
unable to give a firm date
for completion.

Shirley Goodman has
been appointed sales repre-
sentative to the Durbin Co.,
Realtors, Southfield office.
For information on buying
or selling a home, call Mrs.
Goodman at the Durbin
office, 559-8181.

Youth Directors
Manuel Issued

NEW YORK—The Jewish
Youth Directors Associ-
ation, affiliated with the
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, has published "Advisor
in Training" by Alan Tepe-
row, a manual for Jewish
youth directors and
advisors.
The first publication of its
' d, the manual includes a
.riculum for training
advisors, geared for juniors
and seniors in high school.
The book features new
experiential activities, dis-
cussions on adolescent psy-
chology, application of
group work theory in the
synagogue, insight into the
world of the Jewish Youth
Worker, as well as a pro-
gram resource appendix.
Copies of the manual are
available from the Jewish
Youth Directors Assoc., c/o
Edward Finkel, 15 Mon-
mouth Ct., Apt. 2, Brook-
line, Mass. 02146.

NEW YORK—Jack D.
Weiler, philanthropist and
Jewish communal leader,
will be honored on the com-
pletion of a three-year term
as president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee at a dinner
_concluding its 63rd annual
meeting Dec. 7 at the New
York Hilton Hotel .,-
More than 600 Jewish
leaders from nearly every
major American Jewish
organization are expected to
attend and join in the trib-
ute to Weiler. He will be
succeeded by Donald M.
Robinson of Pittsburgh.

VISTAS OF ISRAEL: 6 : 30
a.m. Sunday. WOMC-FM
(104.3). Israel culture and
literature, a calendar of
events in the Jewish com-
munity follows.
* *
-

JEWISH COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45 a.m.

McCollum is on the fac-
ulty of the University of
Michigan and has headed
the university division at
Interlochen National Music
Camp for the past two
years. Nancy Hodge will be
accompanist.
Membership chairman,
Mrs. Felix Rosenwach, will
honor new members. Mrs.
Gerald Rowin will be chair-
man of the day.
Guests are invited at a
nominal charge. For infor-

projected programs for the
coming year, adopt a
budget and elect officers for
1978.

Ed Asner Helps
His Synagogue

KANSAS CITY — Ed
Asner, star of TV's "Lou
Grant Show" was back in
his home town of Kansas
City, Kan., help raise
money for Cong. Ohev Sha-
lom, the synagogue his fam-
ily has attended for.
generations.
Donors paid $100 and $200
each to attend an "Evening
with Ed Asner" reception,
and then Asner appeared as
special guest at a dinner
Sunday evening com-
memorating the syna-
gogue's centennial.

Prospering Jews

TEHERAN (ZINS)—The
80,000 Jews of Iran, presum-
ably the oldest Diaspora
Jewish community, has
been aided by the infloW of
petrodollars.

JACK WEILER

More than 100 members of
the JDC board of directors
from all parts of the United
States and Canada will hear
reports from officers and
staff members from the
United States and abroad on

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL:

6:30 a.m. Sunday. WXYZ
(1270) and WRIF-FM - (101)
and 10:30 p.m. Sunday,
WDEE (1500), a message to
the Jewish community.
* * *

CKWW (680).
* * *

JDC Will Honor Departing
President Weiler at Dinner

SHIRLEY GOODMAN

Jewry on
the Air

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,

In addition to the poster,
matching bookmarks will go
to more than 2,000 local
agencies—Jewish commu-
nity centers, synagogues,
schools, bureaus of Jewish
education, local units of
national Jewish organiza-
tions, Jewish military con-
gregations, libraries and
others—that will sponsor
local book month
celebrations.

Trawler Bought

mation, call the president,
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel, 557-
5531.

The prosperous Jewish
community calls the Shah
by the name "Horesh II"
after the Persian King
Horesh (Cyrus) who ended
the Babylonian exile and
encouraged the Jews to
rebuild the Temple.

Sunday, Channel 2, Phyllis
Schwartz, chairman of the
Jewish Community Center's
26th annual book fair, will
talk about this year's book
fair schedule.
* * *

LUBAVITCH JEWISH
HOUR: 10:30 p.m. Sunday

WNIC(1300) and WNIC-FM
(100), rabbinical remarks.
Jewish music.
* * *

INTERVIEW
IMPROMPTU: 11 p.m. Sun-

day, WDEE (1500) and 12:15
p.m. Wednesday, WQRS-FM
(105.1).

* * *

YIDDISHE SHTUNDE: 9

Golda Meets President Carter,.
Affirms U.S.-Israel Friendship

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Former Israeli Premier
Golda Meir said after a 45-
minute meeting with Presi-
dent Carter at the White
House Tuesday that despite
their differences Israel and
the United States continue
to be "very friendly govern-
ments." She told reporters
that "Israel is always con-
scious of the fact that we
don't have a better friend
than the U.S." And, there-
fore, a misunderstanding, a
disagreement hurts more."
Mrs. Meir visited the White
House at the invitation of
the President.
Mrs. Meir stressed that
she was here as a private
person, not as a repiesenta-
tive of the Israeli govern-
ment and said that it would
be improper for her to dis-
close what the President
said at their meeting, but
she acknowledged that the
subject of their conversa-
tion was the Middle East.
She praised the President as
"very gracious, very kind,
he listened to What I had to
say." She said she had no
doubts about his "good
intentions," but added,
"people with the best
intentions can make
mistakes."
The 79-year-old former
Israeli leader was vehement
in proclaiming Israel's
unwavering opposition to a
Palestinian homeland or
state, claiming that such
entity would be "a threat to
Israel's existence and "is
not necessary for the
Palestinians." •

During her visit, Mrs.
Meir visited Sen. Hubert
Humphrey to extend good
wishes and gratitude.
In New York, a record
amount of $15.1-million in
advance Israel Bond com-
mitments for 1978 was
obtained at a national din-
ner in honor of Golda Meir
under the auspices of the
Israel Prime Minister's
Club, which she founded
when she occupied that
office.
The dinner was followed
by a special pre-opening
performance of "Golda,"
the play about Mrs. Meir's
life, with the Israeli leader
and approximately 1,000
Israel Bond subscribers in
attendance. Purchases of
Israel Bonds at the dinner
ranged from $500,000 to
$25,000. Anne Bancroft has
the title role in the play.
Mrs. Meir, who is here on a
private visit, was heavily
guarded by police and secu - -
rity men, particularly at the
theater.
Mrs. Meir declared that
"we have one purpose and
that is the continuity of the
Jewish people and we have
never wavered in our belief
that we would be free in our
own homeland." In an
obvious reference to recent
discussions with the United
States, she said that "we
know better what is good for
Is" and no one could make
Israel's freedom "depend-
ent on the wishes of Ara=
fat." She added, "Even if
the PLO recognizes us, ws,,!
still won't be safe."

a.m. Monday, WIID (1090),
an all Yiddish program of
music news, interviews and
other features, with Lou
Levine. Diane Levine pre-
sents a Jewish- community
calendar.

* * *
COFFEE WITH HY:

9
a.m. Tuesday, WIID (1090).
Interviews and features of
Jewish interest, with Hy
Schenkman.

***

SHIDUREI YISRAEL
BE-DETROIT: 9:30 a.m.

Tuesday, WIID (1090), an
all-Hebrew program of
Israeli music, news and fea-
tures from Israel, with
Joshua Tabak.

* * *

IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m.

.Tuesday,—WDET-'FM
(101.9), Rabbi Zev Schostak,
principal of Akiva Hebrew
Day School, and students
Robert Kelman and Zoe
Levin, will speak on the pur-
poses and programs of the
day school.

* * *
AL NAFTAL'S -Jewish

'theatrical Progrtm: 1 -p.m.
Thursday, WMZK-FM (98)
entertainment.

* * *

MOTIF: 9 a.m. Friday.

WIID (1090), Jewish news,
entertainment, community
calendar and "Spotlight" on
the community with Bar-
bara Katchke and Rachel
Jacobs.

Actress Anne Bancroft, left, joins former Israeli Premier
Golda Meir in New York where the two met recently to
receive some awards. Ms. Bancroft currently is portraying
the former Prime Minister in the play, "Golda," on Broad-
way. The actress received a citation from the Theater
Guild for her portrayal. Mrs. Meir was made an honorary
citizen of New York.

JNF to Plant Childrens Forest

NEW YORK—Under the
patronage of President Eph-
raim Katzir of Israel and of
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin, the Jewish National
Fund is launching a vast
"Jewish Children's Forest"
in celebration of the forth-
coming 30th anniversary of
Israel's independence next
May.
The forest will be planted
by the JNF on an area of
7,000 dunams of land at

Goren in western Galilee,
some 26 kilometers east of
Nahariya.
The forest will not only
help to reclaim and beautify
this hitherto neglected Gali-
lee region; but will serve as
a joint effort of Israeli and
American Jewish students
to commemorate Jewish
children who perished in the
Holocaust and, more
recently, at the hands of
Arab terrorists at Ma'alot.'

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