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December 06, 1963 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-06

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rehearse their part for the an-
_ nual
Hanukah and Balfour Vic-
tory Party to be held by the
Zionist Organization of Detroit
8:30 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Oak
Manor, 8900 W. Seven Mile.
Supervising the Hillel pro-
gram will be the school's head-
master, Rabbi Emanuel Apple-
baum. Included will be the
kindling of Hanukah lights, pre-
sentation of Balfour Concert
awards, musical presentations
and traditional holiday refresh-
ments.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, Balfour
Concert chairman, and Judge
Ira G. Kaufman, ZOD president,
extended thanks to the com-
Shown above are students of munity for making this year's
the Hillel Day School as they 31st annual event a success.

Mayor Cavanagh Sets Balfour Day;
ZOD's Annual Concert a Sell-Out

A "Standing Room Only" sign
greeted arrivals at the annual
Balfour Conzert of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, at Ford
Auditorium, Sunday night.
The event, which featured
Isaac Stern, violinist, and the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra un-
der the direction of Valter
Poole, was the outstanding suc-
cess in the 31-year history of
these celebrations that mark the
anniversary of the Balfour Dec-
laration which pledged Great
Britain's support for the estab-
lishment of the Jewish National
Home in Palestine.
During the intermission, two
brief addresses were delivered
—by Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
ZOD president, and Carmi M.
Slomovitz, chairman of the con-
cert arrangements committee.
Judge Kaufman read a procla-

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mation issued by Mayor Jerome
Cavanagh, setting Sunday as
Balfour Day. The proclamation
stated:

"WHEREAS, Detroit's Jewish corn-
munity, through the work of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit, hon-
ors and remembers the anniversary
of the Balfour Declaration, the his-
toric British Foreign Office docu-
ment which favored establishment
of a Jewish national homeland in
Palestine; and
"WHEREAS, On this forty-sixth
aniversary of the issuance of the
Balfour Declaration, the focal point
of Detroit observances will be the
Balfour Concert, to be held on Sun-
day, December 1, at the Henry and
Edsel Ford Auditorium, and to fea-
ture the renowned violinist, Isaac
Stern, and the Detroit Symphony'
Orchestra; and
"WHEREAS, The efforts of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit to
strengthen American-Israeli friend-
ship and to preserve the knowledge
and practice of Jewish culture and
traditions benefit the understanding
and appreciation of all citizens of
Detroit.
"THEREFORE, I, Jerome P. Cava-
nagh, Mayor of the City of Detroit,
do hereby proclaim Sunday, Decem-
ber 1, 1963, to be LORD BALFOUR
DAY IN DETROIT, and respectfully
call upon Detroit's citizens to en-
large their knowledge of Zionists'
struggle to bring freedom to op-
pressed peoples, a story which
closely parallels America's own ef-
forts to realize its pioneers' ideals."

Police Investigate
Distribution of Nazi
Leaflets in Toronto
TORONTO, (JTA)—The To-
ronto Police Commission and
the Toronto Metro Police Force
gave assurances to the Canadian
Jewish Congress of a thorough
investigation of the strewing on
downtown Toronto streets of
hundreds of neo-Nazi and anti-
Jewish leaflets.
The five-inch square sheets
bore the message: "Hitler was
Right—Communism is Jewish,"
and the address of Box 1371
Arlington, Va., the post office
box of George Rockwell, leader
of the American Nazi Party.
Some of the leaflets fluttered
down in the vicinity of the of-
fices of the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police.
Police at first assumed the
sheets had been dropped from
an airplane but later indicated
they thought they had been
tossed from a high office build-
ing. Rockwell, questioned by
telephone by a Toronto news-
paper, disclaimed responsibility
but said they might have been
scattered by Toronto followers.
He said there were five or six
members of his American Nazi
party in Toronto but declined
to give their names. Canadian
Jewish Congress officials met
for an hour with police officials
on the distribution.

Judge Kaufman asked the au-
dience to stand for one minute
in tribute to the memories of
President Kennedy and Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver.
Carmi Slomovitz listed the
beneficiaries of the annual Bal-
four Concert income and urged
continued action in support of
efforts that will establish close
links between American Jewry
and Israel. He urged emphasis
on work among the youth and
pointed to the educational work
of the movement as an outstand-
ing factor in Balfour Concert
objectives.
Isaac Stern and the orchestra
were given ovations by the audi-
ence. Valter Poole was notably
effective in his direction. There
was special acclaim for Stern's
interpretation of Saint - Saens'
"Introduction and Rondo Capric-
cioso."

Seminary Establishes
Publication Fund for
Contemporary Writing
A new publication fund has
been established at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
by Dr. Clarence W. Efroymson
of Indianapolis.
The fund, which will be known
as the Bar Ephraim Fund, is to
be used for publication of con-
e • or temporary writing in the fields
Now is
of Jewish philosophy and
theology.
Efroymson is professor of eco-
nomics at Butler University, in
Indianapolis. As a member of the
DATE-NUT ROLL®
academic community, he is a
of the local Jewish com-
t,o come to the aid. leader
munity, familiar with the diffi-
of publishing scholarly
of your parties! culties
works. Efroymson approached
Dr. Sidney Steiman, rabbi of
READY-TO-SERVE DESSERT CAKE Cong. Beth-El Zedeck six months
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ago with his proposal for a publi-
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feu know it's kosher— the label has the
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Million in Israel
tourism was expected to double
from $45,000,000 to $90,000,000
annually in the same period.
In the past six months, he
said, the number of tourists
grew by 20,000 compared with
the corresponding period in
1962. Pilgrim traffic increased
by 33 per cent, he added, stress-
ing the importance of maintain-
ing arrangements for low cost
flights to Israel.

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'63 Tourists Spend $45
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
finance committee of parliament
was told that by the end of this
year 220,000 tourists will have
visited Israel and that this fig-
ure should increase to 450,000
by 1968.
The data was reported by
Teddy Kollek, chairman of the
Israel Government Tourist Cor-
poration. He also said that for-
eign currency income from

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Hillel Students to Give Program
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