26—Friday, November 10, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Technion Raises $115,000 at Dinner
Dr. Sidney Friedlaender, chair-
man of the Dec. 3 Balfour Concert
sponsored by the Zionist Organi-
zation of Detroit, advises those who
wish to attend to place their orders
immediately for the limited num-
ber of choice seats still available.
This year's concert, the 35th,
also marks the 50th anniversary
of the Balfour Declaration, the
70th anniversary of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, and the
A total of $115,000 was raised Sunday at the 22nd annual
of the State of Is-
dinner meeting of Detroit Chapter, American Technion Society,
addressed by Brig. Gen. S. L. A. Marshall and Edward R. Vajda
(speaking above), executive - director of the American Technion
baritone of the
Society. Receiving awards are present and past presidents (from Metropolitan
left) Robert Brody, Julius Lev, Dr. Joseph Epel, Murray Altman,
Opera and stars'
Benjamin Wilk, Louis Gelfand and Sol Redstone, representing Louis
of motion pic-
Redstone. Absent is Harvey Goldman.
and radio, will be
guest artist with the Detroit
Symphony. Orchestra, Valter Poole
conducting at Ford Auditorium.
Dr. Friedlaender announces that
tickets may be obtained at the
The MERCE CUNNINGHAM
Michigan's annual statewide ap Southfield office of the ZOD, 353-
DANCE COMPANY will appear in peal for moral responsibility on the 3636. He further states that the
concert 8:30 p.m. Nov. 21 in the highway, SAFETY SABBATH office will be open 10 a.m. to 1
Detroit Institute of Arts Audi- WEEKEND, will be observed Nov. p.m. Sundays.
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torium under the sponsorship of
Detroit Adventure and the Univer-
sity Center for Adult Education.
Tickets are available at all Bud-
son's stores, the Art Institute, De-
troit Adventure and the University
Center for Adult Education.
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Craig J. Spence, New England
news editor and special corre-
spondent for the Mutual Broadcast-
ing System, will return from a tour
in Vietnam in time to speak at
DETROIT TOWN HALL Wednes-
day at 11 a.m. in the Fisher Thea-
ter. His subject will be "Vietnam—
A Reporter's Report' . The lecture
will be followed by luncheon at
Forest, Residence Honor Detroiters
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard N. Simons
were honored with a forest in the
Bar Kochba Region planted by the
Jewish National Fund.
Noted Israelis joined Mr. and
Mrs. Simons in planting the first
trees in the forest that will bear
their name. Participants in the
ceremony as spokesman for Keren
Kayemet Lelsrael — the Jewish
National Fund—was the fund's di-
rector, Eliezer Argov. Rabbi Philip
Shnairson spoke on behalf of the
Jewish National Fund of America.
The second project, the Harry
and Reva Lindenbaum Hadassah
Nurses' Residence, was dedicated
as part of the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center here.
It was made possible by a gift of
17-19. Responding to the Michigan
He who possesses no confidence
State Safety Commission's sponsor-
utters falsehoods, and he who
' ship, major faiths, the National
falsehoods possesses no con-
Safety Council and private organi-
zations will help promote the pre-
holiday observance. Since 1955,
Safety Sabbath Weekend campaigns
have sought to carry the moral
Issue of traffic safety to Michigan
;drivers as congregations of all
faiths worship the weekend before
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Violinist PINCIIAS ZUCKER-
MAN, co-winner of the 2 5 t h
Leventritt International Competi-
tion held at Carnegie Hall last
May, will make his debut with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra 8:30
p.m. in Cobo Hall. Zuckerman will
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be heard in the Mendelssohn Vio-
RUDOLF SERKIN, who comes
lin Concerto. Zuckerman. Ehrling
to the Masonic Auditorium 8:20
and the orchestra will rehearse the
p.m. Dec. 1. devotes an enormous
same program at the symphony
share of his time to teaching, at
open rehearsal 2 p.m. Wednesday.
the Curtis Institute of Music in
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Philadelphia. where he is head of
American chess champion
the piano department, and at the
Marlboro Music School and Festi- BOBBY FISCHER re-entered the
val, whose guiding spirit he is. interzonal chess tournament at
Tickets are available at the Ma- Sousse, Tunisia, after withdrawing
sonic Auditorium box office, as
well as at Grinnell's Downtown and over a dispute with tournament
officials because they refused to
all J. L. Hudson ticket centers.
change a playing date scheduled
TONI LANDER, brilliant and on Sukkot. Before withdrawing
beautiful ballerina of the Ameri- from the 10th round, he had been
can Ballet Theater, is coming to in first place. He was reduced to
the Masonic Auditorium 8:20 p.m. fifth place because he missed the
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Formerly The Montego.
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$100,000 made by Mr. and Mrs.
Lindenbaum. The newly built
three-story building, designed by
D. A. Brutzkus, is already fully
occupied. It has apartments and
kitchenettes for Hadassah nurses
and provides resident nurses with
American and Israeli Hadassah
leaders, including Mrs. Carl Schil-
ler of Detroit as well as Mr. and
Mrs. Lindenbaum, attended the
Special to The Jewish News
JERUSALEM, Israel—Two im-
portant projects were established
here this week, honoring well
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By BENNETT CERF
Radio Shack •
N "A" FOR imagination goes to the Columbus, Ohio, kid
who was caught digging a big hole in his mother's prize
garden. "What are you doing there?" cried the horrified
mother. The kid answer-
ed, "I'm letting some of
the dark out of the
Abercrombie's new wife
was a dream girl in every
respect save one: when she
lost her temper she would
bawl him out for a full ten
minutes, blaming him for
everything from the Black
Hole of Calcutta to the Is-
raeli - Arab confrontation.
What made all this particu-
larly embarrassing to poor
Abercrombie was that the
walls of their new apart-
ment were paper-thin and he just knew that neighbors on either
side were enjoying her harangues enormously. One evening,
goaded to desperation, he found the way to shut her up. She had
just reached the' top of her form, screaming like a banshee,
when Abercrombie clapped a hand across her mouth and shouted
at the top of his lungs, "If you don't shut up IMMEDIATELY,
I swear I'll never marry you."
She's been meek and quiet as a turtle dove ever since—at
least, in the apartment.
Famed symphony conductor Leopold Stoko•ski points out, "A
painter paints his pictures on canvas—but musicians paint their
pictures on silence. Our orchestras provide the music. See that
you concert-goers provide the silence!"
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