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November 09, 1973 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-09

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30—Friday, November 9, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Hasidic Happening' Set

"Hasidic Happening '73"
will be presented 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 11 at Ford Auditorium,
by the Lubavitch hasidim.
The public is invited.
Russian hasidic singer, Zvi
ben Yisroel will return, ac-
companied by his Russian-
born wife, a concert pianist.
Josef and his hasidic violin
will provide hasidic and
gypsy melodies.
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troit under the direction of
Eli Lipsker will introduce a
new hasidic singer, 3-year-
old Schneur Zalman Polter,
who will join the other mem-
bers of the musical Polter
family. The choir will fea-
ture songs of the heder, the
shtetl and Israel.
Proceeds for the concert
will go for the absorption
and education of the Russian
olim in Israel.
For tickets, call the Luba-
vitcher Center, 548-2666.

.

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and his ORCHESTRA

"Music of its Best
for Your Guests"

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Near Farmington Rd.

MISS JANN MILLER

Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Miller
of Rosemary Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Jann Gail to
Peter M. Paxton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Paxton
of Grayton Rd.
A January wedding is
planned.

Akiva to Host
Annual Concert

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Akiva Hebrew Day School
will hold its sixth annual
concert Feb. 17 at Ford
Auditorium. A musical pro-
gram, "Best of Two Worlds,"
will be presented.
Akiva has 220 students
from kindergarten through
12th grade. The seniors are
spending this year studying
in Israel.
Akiva's annual concert is
its major fund-raising activ-
For ticket information,
call the Akiva office, 354-
4664.

Housing for Senior
Adults Planned by
City of Southfield

Plans for a 10-story, 150-
unit apartment building for
senior citizens in Southfield
were announced last week
by State Rep. Joseph Forbes
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9
(D., Oak Park). The site is
at the northeast corner of
Telegraph and Civic Center
Dr. (10 1/2 Mile).
The $3,200,000 housing pro-
ject is expected to become a
"model community" for the
Midwest, Forbes said. The
Michigan State Housing
Authority probably will grant
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government-backed loan.
• LEATHER LOOK
It will be the first such
community in the state to
Heavily interlined for the
combine housing and recrea-
cold weather ahead!
tional facilities. Rents for the
one- and two-bedroom units,
Sizes 4 to 7
each with complete kitchen
facilities, will range from $60
to 5120 a month.
The Southfield Nonprofit
Housing Corp., formed to
Sizes 7 to 14
meet state requirements for
financing of a senior housing
project, will construct and
to %,/
manage the development.
Ground breaking is sched-
uled for February, and appli-
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Detroiters Active at CJF Assembly

The opening plenary ses- life. Also featured at that ses-
A number of prominent
Detroiters will have major sion Thursday evening, which sion will be the announce-
roles at sessions of the 42nd was addressed by Dinitz, was ment of the 1973 Smolar
general assembly of the chaired by CJF President Award for Excellence in
Council of Jewish Federa- Raymond Epstein, and fea- American Jewish Journal-
tions and Welfare Funds in tered Max M. Fisher, chair- ism.
The winners are Dr. Ar-
New Orleans this weekend. man of the board of govern-
nold Ages, editor of the
Max M. Fisher, past CJF ors of the Jewish Agency and
Chronicle Review of Toronto,
president and now chairman former president of the CJF,
in the category of editorials
of the board of the Jewish I who reviewed the role of the
and columns; Raphael Roth-
United
States
in
the
Middle
Agency, and Paul Zucker-
stein, former JTA correspon-
man, general chairman of East.
Eban will speak to the as- dent and for the last five
national UJA, will lead a
sembly
delegates at the Sat- years Haaretz correspondent,
variety of discussions of the
in the category of general re-
urday
evening
banquet.
most critical dimensions
"The Continuing Agenda portage; and Murray Zuc-
throughout the four day con-
in the
of Federations in War and koff, JTA news editor,
ference.
category of special series,
Peace,"
the
focus
of
Friday's
Mandell L. Berman, Feder-
for his
series on Latin Amer-
ation president, is chairman luncheon plenary, will fea- ican Jews.
of a major forum covering ture Sidney Z. Vincent, exec-
Federation and synagogue utive director of the Jewish
Community Federation of
Candids by
relations.
Cleveland, and Prof. Leon A.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of Jick, director of the Institute
Shaarey Zedek, Detroit's for Jewish Life, a CJF divi-
rabbinical delegate to the sion established to foster and
general assembly, will speak create innovative projects to
557-1884
to a session on "The Emer- enhance the quality of Jewish
ging Profile of American
Jewry: With Special Em-
phasis on Intermarriage —
Facts, Fiction, Implications."
Federation treasurer George
M. Zeltzer, chairman of the
resolutions committee of - the
assembly, participates in
sessions of the Large City
Budgeting Conference which
he serves as national vice
chairman.
Past Federation president
Hyman Safran, board chair-
Sizes 8-18
man of the Institute for Jew-
ish Life, will lead one of four
sessions on the Institute's
projects.
Mrs. Lewis S. Grossman
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endowment fund, is sched-
uled to speak on "National
Pooled Income Fund on Be-
half of Local Federations."
Eban, Dinitz to Speak
en Middle East at
CJF General Assembly
NEW ORLEANS — Abba
Eban and Simha Dinitz, Is-
rael's foreign minister and
ambassador to the United
States, respectively, are
among the Israeli leaders
giving the delegates at the
general assembly of the
council of federations first
hand reports on develop-
ments in the Middle East,
and on the mounting human
needs of Israel's people.

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speak on "Blackmail—Black
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of the Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
8 D.M. Wednesday. at the
United Hebrew Schools on
W. 12 Mile.
Harwood was a visiting,
consultant to Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem on the
establishmen of a school of
applied science and tech-
nology and on matters per-
taining to the growth of Is-
raeli science-based industry.
The manager of research
Planning of the Ford Motor
Company's scientific re-
search staff. Harwood is a
member of Federation's edu-
cation division, a director of
United Hebrew Schools,
president of Cong. Beth
Shalom and of the Detroit
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