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October 06, 1978 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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Friday, October 6, 1978 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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The American Jewish
Committee and the Jewish
Community Council will
co-sponsor a public forum on
the Tisch, Headlee and
Voucher tax limitation
plans 10 a.m. Oct. 15 at the
main Jewish Community
Center.
Debating as proponents of
e plans are State Sen. An-
ony Derezinsky, attorney
eff Leib\ and Lawrence
McKenna, chairman of the
Southeast Michigan Tisch
Coalition. Speaking in op-
position to the plans will be
Prof. Zoltan Ferency, asso-
ciate professor, criminal
justice, Michigan . State ,
University.

Olim Increase

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish Agencrkruni-
gration and Absorption De-
partment reported that
16,000 olim arrived in Is-
rael in' the first eight
months of 1978 compared to
13,555 in the same period
last year.

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THE JEWISH SOUND:
6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95) and 6:30 a.m. Sun-
day WXOX-AM (1250) (Bay
City), Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan will moderate a pro-
gram of Jewish interest.
* * *
MESSAGE OF IS-
RAEL: 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.
* * *
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (680).

Monday, WIID (1090), an
all-Hebrew program of Is-
raeli music, news and fea-
tures from Israel, with Uri
Segal.
* * *
SPECIAL: "On the Eve
of Yom Kippur," 2:15 p.m.
Tuesday, music appropriate
for the holiest day of the
Jewish calendar.
* * *

SPECIAL: "Going In-
ward," 2:15 p.m. Wednes-
day, compositions of a

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meditative character slated
to coincide with Yom Kip-
Pun
* * *
COFFEE WITH HY: 11
a.m. Thursday, WIID
(1090), interviews and fea-
tures of Jewish interest,
with Hy Shenkman.
* * *
YIDDISHE SHTUNDE:
11:30 a.m. Thursday, WIID
(1090), an, all-Yiddish pro-.
gram of music, news, inter-
views and other features
with Hy Shenkman.

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JEWISH COMMU-
NITY HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45
a.m. Sunday, Channel 2,
Edwin G. Shifrin will mod-
erate a program on Yom
Kippur, featuring Rabbi Is-
rael Halpern of Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses and
Max Chomsky.
* * *
SPECIAL: "L'Chayim —
To Life," 10 p.m. Sunday,
Channel 56, a documentary
on Russian Jewry and the
Holocaust. ,

LUBAVITCH JEWISH
HOUR: 11 p.m. Sunday,
WWKR (1300) and WNIC-
FM (100) and 10 a.m. and
6:45 a.m. Monday, WSHJ-
FM (88.3), Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan will moderate a pro-
gram of Jewish interest.
* * *
SPECIAL: "One God,"
11 p.m. Sunday, Channel
20, a- filmed-in-Israel movie
on faith and a message for
peace, narrated by Martin
Balsam.
* * *
MOTIF: 11 a.m. Monday,
WIID (1090), Jewish news,
entertainment, community
calendar and "Spotlight" on
the community with Bar-
bara Katchke and Rachel
Jacobs. -
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SHIDUREI ISRAEL
BE-DETROIT: 11:30 a.m.





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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

about Diamonds?

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Public Forum Set
on Tax Limits

Members of the 1978 Book Fair Steering Committee and organization represen-
tatives are shown after their recent meeting planning the 27th Anniial Jewish
Book Fair. Front row, from left, Mesdames Bachman, Sillman, Alpern, Fisher,
Daitch, Shaw, Kutlov, Peven, Herbach, Finkelstein, Dushkin and Gilbert. Second
row: Mesdames Orecklin, Granader, Sendler, Bloom, Lesser, Friedman, Bed-
narsh, Kamil, Jackson, Schiller, Berris, Saidman, Shapiro, Roth, Mayer, Burkoff,
Rosenblum, Blum, Maisel, Jackier, Tenenbaum, Henkin, Schwartz,,Zirkin (Book
Fair (chairman), Korn, Rodin (co-chairman).
* * *
temples and synagogues Feldstein, David Rosen- Urofsky, Mae Shafter Rock-
berg, Belva Plain, Alon land, Nora Levin, Rabbi
take part .in Book Fair.
Included among the Ben-Meir, Ruth Gruber, Sherwin Wine and John
authors who will be speak- Joseph Borkin, Esther Davis.
Alsb scheduled are sev-
ing at Book Fair are: attor- Droner and Gloria Gol-
eral programs for children
ney Louis Nizer, Ruth Tur- dreich.
Others are Cynthia and the annual English-
kow Kaminska, Prof. Ger-
shon Shaked, Stanley Freeman, Prof. Melvin Yiddish. Theater Night.

HAVE
AN
AFFAIR
WITH
HAL
GORDON

"Problems of Jews in
Metropolitan Detroit" will
be the topic of Samuel J.
Lerner's address to the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Greater
Detroit 12:30 p.m. ThUrs-
day at Cong. Bnai David.
All presidents of Jewish
women's organizations will
be honored. Dessert, and cof-
fee will be served by the
Bnai David Sisterhood. The
public is . invited.

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The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit has reserved Nov.
11-19 for its 27th Annual
Jewish Book Fair. Book
Fair is made possible by the
hundreds of volunteers who
work all year on thig cul-
tural event. Shirley Zirkin
is 1978 chairman and Sally
Rodin is vice chairman.
Their committee chair-
men include: BOOK DIS-
AY, Eleanor Korn and
Ws Maisel; BOOK INVEN-
TORY, Judy Bobrow and
Myra Cohen; BOOK
SELECTION, Marilyn Lip-
son; CHILDREN'S PRO-
GRAMS, Sandy Nathanson
and Dolores Silverstein;
DECORATIONS, Dorothy
Benjamin and Lillian Shaw;
GIFT SHOP, Belle Kukes
and Eleanor Sugarman;
HEBREW, Shelly Jackier;
HOSPITALITY AND
PATRONS, Elaine Lesser;
PRE-BOOK FAIR BRIEF-
ING, Bunny Goldman;
PUBLICITY, Margaret
Eichner; SISTERHOOD
DAY, Marilyn Herbach and
Marcia Peven; VOLUN-
TEERS, Cindy Daitch and
Lorraine Fisher; and YID-
DISH, Sarah Friedman.
The steering committee
includes: Gerry Barr,
Selma Bernbaum, Joyce
Blum, Beverly Canvas-
ser, Shirley Colton, Helen
Dushkin, Rita Etkin,
Betty Fishman, David
Gubow, Marion Handle-
man, Lee Henkin, Bea
Katzman, Leona Kutlov,
Gertrude Lahr, Marise
Levy, Beverly Mitchell,
Bess Orecklin, Rose Par-
nos, Rita Rochlin, Rose
Roland, Mildred Ross,
Bette Roth, Mary Said-
man, Rose Schiller, Rose
man,
Shapiro, Julie Shiff
Lois Shiffman, Maureen
Sillman, Betty Sorkowitz
and Elaine Stern.
Forty-nine co-sponsoring
organizations, including
sisterhoods and men's clubs
of the metropolitan Detroit

Lerner to Speak
to Women's Unit

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Volunteers Ready 27th Book Fair at Center




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