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October 31, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business
Briefs

Pontiac Mall will have an
organizational meeting, for
persons, organizations or
synagogues who wish to
exhibit during its Jewish
Festival, 9:30 a.m. Wednes-
day in the mall's commu-
nity room. The mall is seek-
ing programs, displays and
booths relating to Jewish
and Israeli culture for its
. Jewish Festival to be , held
April 24-30 at the mall. For
information, call Anne Al-
len, 682-0123.

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Balfour Concert Response Grows

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Susan Lefton, right,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Lefton of Hunting-
ton Woods, is shown with
her principle, Gabriel
Ende, at the Mollie Good-
man Academic High
School at Kfar Silver, Is-
rael, which is supported by
the Zionist Organization
of Detroit's Balfour Con-
cert.

* * *
Confidence was expressed
this week by officers of the
Zionist Organization of De-
troit and the committees
arranging for the annual
Balfour Concert, to be held
Nov. 9, at Ford Auditorium,
that a capacity audience
again will support the fund-
raising tasks in behalf of
Israeli. educational projects
and the Zionist activities in
this community and nation-
wide.
The concert will feature
Israeli violinist Pinchas
Zuckerman, conducter Felix
Resnick and the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra.
The concert's program
will include the Roman Car-
nival Overture by Berlioz,
Mertdelssohn's Concerto for
Violin and Orchestra in E
Minor, Fanfare for the Com-
mon Man by Copland, Don
Juan Tone Poem by Strauss
and Rimsky-Korsakov's
Capriccio Expagnol.

On Sunday, ZOD com-
mittees met at the offices
of Richard Kramer and
Dr. Joel Hamburger as
telephone squads to con-
tact attendees for the con-
cert. They reported an en-

The Zionist Organization of Detroit's Balfour Con-
cert telephone squad met Sunday to enlist last-minute
ticket sales for the Nov. 9 concert, and reported encour-
aging responses. Shown are, from left, Mrs. Pauline
Klein, Louis Panush, Mrs. I. Walter Silver, Mrs. Pan-
ush, Dr. Lester Zeff, Mrs. Bernard Weston, Mrs. Sidney
Brand, Dr. Sanford Bennett, Richard Kramer, Mrs.
Bennett, Dr. Morris Starkman, Mrs. Starkman and
Mrs. Norma Hudosh. Not shown are Dr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Leib.

* * *

thusiastic response from
the movement's support-
ers.

Projects supported with
funds raised at the Balfour
concert include the 450-acre
Kfar Silver complex of high

schools in Israel. Kfar Silver
include the Mollie Good-
man Academic High School
geared to American college
entry requirements, as well
as the Kfar Silver Agricul-
tural and Technical High
Schools.

Rabbi Yechiel Sitzman,
former Detroiter, a gradu-
ate of Yeshivath Beth Ye-
huda, who earned his ordi-
nation in Jerusalem, having
lived in Israel for the past 11
years, returned to Detroit
for a special mission to raise
funds for the Jerusalem
Academy of Jewish Studies
— Yeshivat Dvar Yerusha-
layim.
Advancing the purposes
of the yeshiva (academy), of
enrolling for Jewish studies
the knowledgeable as well
as the uninformed, Rabbi
Sitzman expressed the hope
that a number of Detroiters
will enroll to benefit from
courses that have already
encouraged devotion to Jew-
ish learning among students
from many lands as well as
Israel.

dents aged 18 to the mid-
30s are accepted.

The academy also pub-
lishes a quarterly titled
"Jewish Study Magazine."
The Rosh Hashana issue,
for example, carried articles
in English and Hebrew on
applying Torah study to
daily routine. Illustrated
with black and white photo-
graphs, the magazine also
carries brief news items re-
levant to the students of the
yeshiva.
The yeshiva, which began
five years ago, now has 120
regular students, with more
than 600 having passed
through its doors. Students
have come from all over the
world and about 100 have
remained permanently in
Israel.

Dr. Leib Gets
ZOA Award

Oct. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Gibbs (Margo Par-
kett), 24100 Seneca, Oak
Park, a daughter, Seira
Jena.
* * *
Oct. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Cohen (Bonnie Lev-
ine), formerly of Detroit
and Windsor, of Greens-
boro, N.C., a son, Steven
Bradley.
* * *
Oct. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Provizer (Joan Tat-
ken), 31536 Stonewood Ct.,
Farmington Hills, a daugh-
ter, Traci Beth.
* * *
Sept. 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Cooper
(Libby Neuman), 903 Cen-
tury, Troy, a son, Joseph
Jeremy.
* * *
Sept. 25 — To former De-
troiter Jim Morgenstern
and Mrs. Morgenstern
(Barbara Weiss of Silver
Spring, Md.), of Ann Arbor,
a son, Noam Ishai.

The Jewish Community
Center's Senior Adult Divi-
sion announces its second
writing contest has begun.
The contest is sponsored
by "Senior Happenings,"
the official organ of the sen-
ior adult program, written
and edited by membership.
Writers are invited to sub-
mit articles of 125 words or
less on the topic, "My Favor-
ite Memory of the Hanna
Schloss Building."
Deadline for entries is
Dec. 15, and all entries are -
due at the 10 Mile branch of
the Jewish Center, 15110 W.
10 Mile, Oak Park. A sav-
ings bond will be awarded
for,the best entry.



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Ruth Dayan
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Moadon Ivri

Moadon Ivri, the Jewish
Community Center-spon-
sored Hebrew club, will
hear Ruth Dayan, head of
the Israel Maskit crafts and
fashion center, 3:30 p.m.
Sunday at the 10 Mile Cen-
ter branch.
Mrs. Dayan will speak on
"Co-Existence of Jews and
Arabs in Israel." The lec-
ture, organized by the'Is-
raeli Student Organization,
will be in Hebrew..The pub-
lic is invited at no charge.

Seniors Begin
Essay Contest

Births

Rabbi Seeks Funds for Young
Jewish Studies Academy

Rabbi Sitzman, a gradu-
ate also of Northern High
School, is the son of the
late Meir Sitzman and of
Mrs. Carol Sitzman who
now resides in New York.
Studies at the academy are
conducted in Hebrew, En-
glish and Russian. Stu-

ANGLO-JEWISH with Jules Abrams 9-10 am Mon-Thur
YIDDISH with Lou Levine 9-10 am Wed
HEBREW with Uri Segal 9:30-10 am Tues
YIDDISH with Al Naftal and Sonia Popowski 9-10 am Fri

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October 31, 1975 43

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Jeans — Tops — Sweaters
and more

Dr. Sidney Leib, left,
was honored at the 78th
annual convention of the
Zionist Organization of
America in Chicago, by
Dr. Joseph Sternstein,
ZOA president. Dr. Leib
was the leader in ZOA
membership enrollments
in the local district, the
Zionist Organization of
Detroit.

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