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November 14, 1975 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-14

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Stress Lecture
Due at Providence

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"How to Handle Stress" is
the topic of Providence Hos-
pital's community health
education lecture to be held
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
hospital's Fisher Center
Auditorium. Dr. Sidney
Bolter, chairman of the hos-
pital's psychiatry depart-
ment, will speak.
For tickets, call the com-
munity relations depart-
ment, 424-3021.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Successful Balfour Concert
Dramatic, With Fine Music

The Zionist Organization
of Detroit's 43rd annual
Balfour Concert was a dra-
matic event Sunday evening
in Ford Auditorium. With
the pending anti-Zionist
vote in the United Nations,
and the strike of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, the
appreciative audience had
much to think about.
The symphony gave a fine
performance under the di-
rection of one of its own
members, violinist Felix
Resnick, who conducted
with feeling.
Violinist Pinchas Zucker-
man received a resounding
ovation from the audience
for his solo in Mendels-
sohn's Concerto for Violin
and Orchestra in E minor.

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The striking symphony,
which played because of
special contracts with the
ZOD, gave a creditable per-
formance before a highly
pleased and enthusiastic
audience.
Belioz' Roman Carnival
overture and Copland's Fan-
fare for the Common Man
were on the program, which
concluded with Dvorak's
New World Symphony.
Dr. Theodore Mandell,
president of the ZOD; Dr.
Morris Starkman, Balfour
Concert chairman; and Mrs.
Sidney Leib, chairman of
the concert's women's com-
mittee, made very brief re-
marks about the importance
of backing Israel at this
time and thanking the con-
cert's volunteer committees
for their efforts.

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lished by the Tel Aviv news-
paper Ha'aretz reported on
the agricultural improve-
ments on the West Bank:
"The Green Revolution
overtaking Judea and Sa-
maria in the past five years
has been such as to raise
gross national income dur-
ing 1974 by 120 percent
(current prices) as against
1973.
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VIENNA — Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky
claimed Monday that Nazi-
hunter Simon Wiesenthal
worked with the Nazis in
World War II and has no
moral authority to accuse
others of collaboration.
Wiesenthal, who operates
a documentation center in
Vienna that has been a key
factor in tracking down
Nazi war criminals said
there "was not one true
word" in Kreisky's state-
ment and "he will find it
very difficult to prove."
He noted he had filed
slander charges against
Kreisky Oct. 27 and said
Kreisky made the latest dec-
larations to counter the suit.
Kreisky said he would ask
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