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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ---

Community-Wide Interest Shown
in Annual ZOD Balfour Concert

Community-wide interest is being shown in the annual
Balfour Concert of the Zionist Organization of Detroit, to take
place Dec. 1 at Ford Auditorium, featuring Isaac Stern, vio-
linist, and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to be directed by
Valter Poole. At a press luncheon, the objectives of the ZOD
and the services that are to be performed with the funds to
be realized from the concert were discussed by ZOD spokes-
men. Among those who participated in the function were, from
the left: Top row: Ben Wigder, Detroit News; Rabbi Leon
Fram, M. Gebhard, Free Press; Henry Pariser, Carmi M.
Slomovitz, chairman of the concert committee; Valter Poole,
Philip Slomovitz, Mrs. Charles Gitlin; bottom row: Harvey Tay-
lor, Free Press; Fran Maier, Detroit News; Mrs. Henry Pariser,
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, ZOD president; Mrs. Valter Poole and
Mrs. I. Walter Silver.

Histadrut to Launch $150,000
Drive at 40th Jubilee Celebration

Dec. 3 will mark the official
opening of the 1964 Histadrut
Campaign. An effort to reach
at least 50 per cent of the local
$150,000 quota will be made be-
tween now and that date.
General campaign chairman
Morris Lieberman announced
the program for the two out-
standing Histadrut events which
are scheduled for the month of
December.
Guest of hon-
or at the Jubi-
lee Campaign
opening event
on Dec. 3 will
)e Yitzhak
Ben - Aharon,
member of the
Xnesset a n d
political secre-
tary of Ahd-
uth Aavoda.
Also featured
Miss Yakobi
will be Israel's
newest singing sensation, Mir-
iam Yakobi, who will make her
first appearance in the United
States here in Detroit. She is
especially noted for her inter-
pretations of Hassidic songs.
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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Pres-
ident Zalman Shazar marked
his 74th birthday here Nov. 18
as a "routine workday," the
spokesman for the President's
office announced. Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol visited Pres-
ident Shazar and conveyed to
him the greetings of the cab-
inet.
Moshe Sharett, chairman of
the Jewish Agency executive,
presented the President with a
new edition of Shazar's two vol-
umes of essays, which have
been published by the Zionist
Library.

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Isaac Stern and the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra under the
baton of -Valter Poole will be
featured at this year's 31st an-
nual Balfour Concert, 8:30 p.m.,
Dec. 7, at Ford Auditorium.
The event is presented under
the auspices of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit.
Stern, trained exclusively in
America, is universally recogniz-
ed as one of the world's top
violinists and is an unofficial
cultural Ambassador for Amer-
ica.
For tickets to the Balfour
concert call DI 1-8540, or write
to 10424 W. McNichols, Detroit
21,
The program for the concert
follows:

PROGRAM
Star Spangled Banner
Hatikvah
I
Symphony No. 4 in D Minor
Schumann
Concerto No. 1 in G Minor for
Violin and Orchestra
Bruch
Intermission
4,
II
Overture to "Candide"
Bernstein
Nocturne and Scherzo, from
"Midsummer's Night's Dream"
Arthur Arehbiel, Horn
Albert Tipton, Flute Mendelssohn
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
for Violin and Orchestra,
on - Opus
28
Saint-Saens

ute to Abraham Sutzkever
Dec. 19 are nearing completion.
Sutzkever is the celebrated par-
tisan hero of the Vilna Ghetto
who is making his first visit to
the United Sates. He is editor
of the celebrated literary Yid-
dish periodical, "Goldene Keit"
which was founded by Hista-
drut. Sutzkever's poetry has
been translated into many lan-
guages.
Reservations can be made by
calling Histadrut headquarters,
UN 4-7094.
On Dec. 19, tribute chairman
will be Rabbi Morris Adler of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and the
musical portion of the evening
will be provided by Cantor
David Bagley of Beth Aaron
Synagogue. Harry Schumer,
honorary chairman of the cam-
paign, stated that an overflow
audience is expected at both
events.

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List Program Troth Told
for 1963 ZOD
Balfour Event

Preliminary to the annual
concert, a glamorous black tie
social event took place Wednes-
day evening, at the home of the
Henry Parisers in Birmingham,
where the sponsors of the con-
cert heard reports from Judge
Ira Kaufman, ZOD president,
and Carmi M. Slomovitz, chair-
man of the concert, on the prog-
rem made for the event.
A concert was given at the
gathering at the Pariser home
by Cantor Harold Orbach, with
Rose Stein at the piano.
Mrs. Ira Kaufman, as the
champion solitor for the Bal-
four Concert, was presented
with an award by Carmi Slomo-
vitz.

State Mental Health
Groups Establish
Coordinating Body
Michigan's mental health
movement took a giant step for
ward recently as 15 citizen and
professional groups banded to-
gether to form a Michigan Men-
tal Health Assembly.
The purpose of the Assembly
is to coordinate the work of all
statewide, voluntary groups with
an active interest in mental
health and mental retardation.
President of the "organization
of organizations" is Dr. Herbert
A. Raskin, representing the
Michigan Society of Neurology
and Psychiatry. Other officers
include Samuel L. Davis, Michi-
gan Associaton for Emotionally
Disturbed Children; Mrs. Frank
Zuzich, Michigan Association for
Retarded Children; and William
Cook, Michigan State Employees
Association.
Elected members of the exec-
utive committee were Donald
Kern, Association of Michigan
State Child Guidance Clinics;
Paul Kauffman, Ph.D., Michigan
Psychological Association; Evan-
geline Sheibley, National Asso-
ciation of Social Workers; Ruth
Johnston, R.N., Michigan State
Nurses Association; Mrs. Olin
Thomas, Association of Michi-
gan Community Psychiatric
Clinic Boards; Dr. Philip Brown,
Association of Medical Superin-
tendents; and Mrs. Edward Lat-
ulip, Jr., American Association
of University Women.
Other groups already partici-
pating in the Assembly include
the Michigan Visiting Teacher
Association, Psychiatric Attend-
ant Nurse Association, Michigan
Federation of Teachers, the
Michigan Association of Family
Agencies and Emergency Psy-
chiatric Facilities for Children.

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The Michigan Department of
Jewish War Veterans and the
Beth Moses Men's Club will hold
a blood drive .3 - 5 p.m. and
6 - 10 p.m. Dec. 16 at Beth
Moses Synagogue.
A chest X-ray unit and the
diabetic test unit will also be
available to participants in the
drive.
For information, contact Mor-
ris Simon, BR 3-3267, Depart-
ment blood bank chairman.

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