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March 17, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-17

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Saslav

Miss Sloan

Top Michigan awards were
presented to two local musicians
in auditions Saturday conducted
by. the National Federation of
Music Clubs for students and
young artists. Seven winners
were announced.
Isador Saslav, violinist, was
one of two young *artists judged.
"ready for a concert career".
Pianist Rita Sloan and four
other itudent musicians re-
ceived cash awards. All seven
will -participate in district au-
ditions March 25 'in Columbus.
Winners in the district con-
test will go on to national finals
in Kansas City. If Saslav wins in
the final judging, he will re-
ceive $1,000 and will be pre-
sented in concerts throughout
the U.S. Student winners will
receive $200 and will appear at
the federation's national conven-
tion April 22.

USO Honors
Nine Mt. Clemens
Workers for JWB

Nine volunteers from Michigan

who have served uninterruptedly
in the GI morale programs of

Dr. Goldmann Asks U. S. Zionists
to Start IcMological Offensive'

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Amer-
ican Zionists were called upon
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, pres-
ident of the World Zionist Orga-
nization, "to react vigorously"
to the attacks on Zionism coming
from various quarters lately in
this country. He urged American
Zionist leadership to start "an
ideological offensive" within
American Jewry to increase the
influence of Zionism in. American
Jewish life.
In a major address delivered
at a public meeting at the Hotel
Roosevelt, sponsored by the
American Zionist Council, central
coordinating body of all Zionist
groups in this country, Dr. Gold-
mann said that the attacks on
the Zionist movement, and "the
cheap advice" given to it to dis-
solve itself, are the result either
of a malicious attitude to Israel
or based on a wrong analysis of
the situation both of Israel and
the Jewish communities.
"The Zionist movement," D
Goldmann declared, "is still,
far, the most potent and dyna
is force .in Jewish life. It ha
record as few historical mo
ments have of having brough
about the creation of the State
of Israel. But it is still far from
having achieved its fundamental
aims which are—to make Israel
secure, to b/ing into Israel the
hundreds of thousands of Jews
for whom Israel is the only salva-
tion, to increase the immigration
into Israel from the free Je
communities and, above
to
tie Up • JeWish life ev
here
with Israel as the- on
iritual
and moral center of th
*stence
of the Jewish people.'
Dr. Goldmann took
an editorial in Life ma
leging that "American
has had an occasionally
ing influence on the Uni
States foreign policy in the Mid-
dle East." He •pOinted out that
Israel is the only reliable friend
of the West in the Middle East.
He also rejected other allegations
made in the editorial.

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tent for many years t come.
Similarly, the Jewish
iaspora
needs Zionism and it concept
of the Jewish future
re than
ever before. For these
sons,
or of
Covenant
the Zionist movement
s Department of
country has to go on the offen-
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come the leading force in Amer- chosen as his subject "Trends
ican Jewish life. It can do it onl and Tendencies among Jews
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Thirty-five
en-tigers
Congs. Beth Abraham
nd Bnai D
thfield
00 youth in at-
tendance at the Tri-State:.Con-
clave this week-end in Dayton,
Ohio.
Cong. Beth Jacob in Dayton
will be
eve
sored by
Yo
eau of Yeshiva University
in alternating communities in
the Tri-State area of Michigan,
Ohio and Indiana.
to
attend re
rl
t
itz,
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nk,
R e nita Left,
Mar n Ker:sh, Ruth 'Nem
Stanley Moritz, Jack S
Neil Lullove, Ro
stein,
Carolyn
Pacerrn
Bnai David delegates are War-
ren Brandwine, Michael Trwi-
son, Judith Bennett, Nancy
Berke, Maxine Berman, Susan
Bilsky, Ilene Brandwine, Nora
Fisher, Diana
Hauer, Diana Levine
Rosen. Adult me
Youth Comm
agogues accompany t h
youth
chartered bus, leav-
ing
this morning. The
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For the Best Deal on the
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service certificates at ceremonies
Leaders for '61
during the year-long celebration
The Zionist leader also took
The "Wide Track"
of USO's 20th anniversary, now issue with those elements in
being observed, it was announced American Jewry who claim
by Col. Harry D.,Henshel, chair- that there are no differences
man of the armed services divi- existing any more between
sion of JWB, one of the six Zionists and non-Zionists, and
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member agencies of USO.
therefore the Zionist movement
The volunteers
be honored, could be replaced by an over-
HARVEY GELLER ALLEN CHARNES
all from
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Espla
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1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, March 17, 1961

Saslav, Miss Sloan
Win Area Auditions
in Artists' Contest

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