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24 Friday, November 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DAY' PROGRAM

JEWISH HOME FOR AGED

BORMAN HALL

CALL 532-7112

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49th Balfour Celebration Marks Unity With Israel

An annual event that
began as the Balfour Ball of
the Detroit District of the
Zionist Organization of
America and continues as
the Balfour Celebration,
marked its 49th anniver-
sary Sunday evening at
Ford Auditorium. The large
audience applauded the dec-
laration of ZOD President
Irving Laker that it also
marked Detroit Jewry's
dedication to unity in sup-
port of Israel.
With Max Sosin com-
mencing the festivities with
a greeting that summarized
the significance of the occa-
sion, the program featured
the young Philadelphia vio-
linist Daniel Phillips and
the popular Israeli signer
Geula Gill.
introductory
Sosin's

acclaim for Phillips was jus-
tified by the skill he dis-
played with his Tzigane by
Ravel. He received an ova-
tion for his interpretive
skills. His accompanist was
Charles Abramovic.
Gill
Geula
strengthened her popu-
larity here, having
gained many friends in a
previous appearance,
and it was evident that
she had mastered the art
of staging, of interpreta-
tion, of lending power to
the traditional Hebrew,
as well as the Yiddish.
Her comments were
applicable to two events, to
her seven-week tour of Rus-
sia, during which she
gained the hearts of
thousands of Russian Jews
with her "Sheyibane Beth

S. Winkelman Re-Elected
Federation Apts. President

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Sheldon P. Winkleman
was re-elected president of
the board of directors of the
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments at its recent annual
meeting.
Winkelman has been a
board member of the Jewish
Federation Apartments
since 1975 and was vice
president in 1980-1981.
Also re-elected were Vice
Presidents Joseph Garson,
Michael B. Perlman and Dr.
Hershel Sandberg; Secre-
tary, Mrs. Rose L. Green-
berg; Assistant Secretary,
Emanuel Feinberg; trea-
surer, Joel Gershenson; and
assistant treasurer, Isadore
Silverman.
Elected to a first
three-year term were
William Lefkofsky and
Howard Rosenberg. Also
reelected as directors for
an additional 3-year term
were Winkelman, Garson
and Bess Krolik by virtue

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Rose Greenberg chaired
the reception and dinner
preceding the annual meet-
ing assisted by Doris
August, Janet Levine,
Gerald Brody, William
Greenberg, Norman
Naimark and Charles
Snider.

Seniors Conduct Gift Bazaar

Residents of the Jewish
Federation Apartments will
present their annual
Hanuka Gift Bazaar 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday in the
dining area of the building.
Gift items featured will
include hand-made knit
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of their office or chair-
manship.
In his annual report Win-
kelman reported the agency
received a HUD mortgage
loan for the construction of
103 units in West Bloom-
field in spite of severe gov-
ernment cutbacks. The base
of operations _will remain in
OakPark.
Helen Naimark, execu-
tive director, said a chal-
lenge the agency faces in
planning for the next five-
10 years is an increasing
number of older persons
with increasing housing
needs.

gifts and more.
Traditional holiday food
will be available at nominal
prices.
Chairing the event is
Dorothy Bovitz, repre-
senting sponsors, as-
sisted by board members
Bess Krolik and Barbara
Safran and residents
Jean Becker, Esther
Freedman, Magda Rimai,
Pauline Feirstein, Diane
Pliskow, Ruth Shapiro,
Dorothy Saxon and Nel-
lie Wykoff.
Proceeds are shared be-
tween the Allied Jewish
Campaign and the Resi-
dents' Activity Fund.
_ The public is invited.

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your assistance and sup-
port. If you believe, as we do,
that Israel is central to our
lives as Jews; if you are not
timid or faint-hearted to
reaffirm your faith in a
Jewish destiny linked to a
strong, secure and creative
Israel, your place is with us
and among us.
"The Balfour Celebra-

tion, apart from its signifi-
cance as a gala musical
event, is also expressive of
our firm and unwavering
resolve to build bridges of
friendship and understand-
ing between the great
democracies — America
and Israel — and to stand by
Israel in fair weather or
foul."
The orchestra conducted
by Mack Pitt provided the
musical settings for the
evening.

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Ladino and Hebrew "Ehad
Mi Yodea" from the
Hagada.
Cantor Harold Orbach led
in the singing of the na-
tional anthems.
Gratitude to the commu-
nity for supporting the ZOA
and Israel was expressed by
Dr. Lester Zeff. A greeting
in behalf of the women's
concert organizing commit-
tee was given by Marion
(Mrs. Sidney) Leib.
President Irving
Laker's address to the
gathering after intermis-
sion was an extensive
analysis of the situations
affecting Israel caused
by the Lebanese con-
flicts. He exposed the lies
that were attributed to
Israel in the exposed
prejudiced condemna-
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