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November 13, 1959 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fri day, November 13, 1959-8

Open Door Gallery to Start Exhibit
Ambassador Harman to Be Honored Sid Shmarak's
of Paintings by M. Shomogi, Malben
at Israel Bond Dinner on Nov. 29 Business Briefs Crippled by multiple sclerosis in Israel for the care of handi-

Avraham Harman, Ambassa-
dor of the State of Israel to the
United States, will be the guest
of honor at a tribute dinner
sponsored by the Detroit Israel
Bond Committee, at the Statler-,,
Hilton Sunday evening. Nov. 29.
Irwin I. Cohn will be chair-
man for the dinner, it was an-
nounced by Tom Borman, gen
eral chairman of the Detroit
Israel Bond Committee.
This will be the first visit of
Ambassador Harman to Detroit
since his appointment in June.
He is a dynamic and energetic
speaker, who has long been a
leader in the Israeli govern-
ment.
The tribute dinner for Am-
bassador Harman is open to the
entire community, it was stress-
ed by Cohn. Reservations for
the dinner may be made by call-
ing the Israel Bond office, WO.
2-5091.
A member of the Executive
of the Jewish Agency from 1956
until his appointment as Am-
bassador in June, 1959, Harman
previously served as assistant
director general of the Ministry
for Foreign Affairs in Jerusa-
lem.
One of the foremost members
of Israel's diplomatic corps, he
has served his country in vari-
ous top-level capacities since
her establishment. In 1948, he
was appointed Deputy Director
of the Israel government press
office. A year later, he was des-
ignated Israel's first Consul
General in Montreal.
Harman was transferred to
the U.S. in October, 1950, as
director of the Israel Office of
Information and, concurrently,
as counselor to the delegation
of Israel to the UN. In 1953, he
was appointed Consul General
a Israel in New York and serv-
ed until 1955, when he returned
:to Israel to assume a post at
the Israel Foreign Ministry.

AVRAHAM HARMAN

Saul Cohen, Ben Zager and
Harry Reznick, now operating
the Saul & Ben Kosher Meat
& Poultry Market located on
7 Mile Rd., will be in their
fabulously new and modern
DEXTER - DAVISON KOSHER
MEAT & POULTRY MARKET,
at Coolidge & Ten Mile Rd. in
Oak Park, on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Parking facilities for 300 • cars
are available on the premises.
For free delivery, call LI 8-6800.
* *
In an advertisement for J. C.
SOSNICK of W. B. WOLF &
CO., located at 1030 Penobscot
Bldg., the wrong illustration
was inserted. Instead of 4 1/4 %
earnings on savings accounts,
the advertisement read 41/2 %.
We regret any inconvenience
this may have caused.



pate
ies Partici
15 Mich. Communit
in Zionist Region at Parley, Nova 15

.

:Ilistadrut Issues
Conference Call

A call to organizations and
trade groups participating in
the Detroit Israel Histadrut
Campaign this week urged total
representation at the annual
conference of Histadrut, to be
,held at 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in
the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer.
Stressing the importance of
this year'S parley, Morris Lieber-
man, campaign chairman, stated
that "the many new tasks being
shouldered by Histadrut, at the
request of the Israeli govern-
ment, will place before the con-
;ference a fresh challenge to
mobilize maximum support for
the 1960 campaign."
Delegates will hear first-hand
reports on new immigrants,
pioneering forces in Israel and
their progress and problems.
They also will elect campaign
officers and division chairmen
and establish a timetable for
campaign funds.
The campaign workers will
elect delegates to represent De-
troit at the national Histadrut
convention at New York's Com-
modore Hotel over the Thanks-
giving weekend.
According to Lieberman,
large turnout of representatives
is expected for Thursday's con-
ference because of the general
concern still prevalent over in-
ternal problems in the Jewish
state.

What Israel expects to
achieve at the current session
of the United
Nations will
be • discussed
at the -10th
! annual con-
vention of
the Michigan
Region ZOA
which will
convene this
Sunday, at
the. Henrose
Hotel.
The speaker
will be Mich-
ael Elizur,
Israel's third
ranking, diplo-
Leon Kay mat at the
UN, who will address the lunch-
eon session at 12:30 . p.m., which
is open to the public.
Delegates representing 15
communities in Michigan will
attend the one-day parley which
will open at 10:30 a.m. and
continue through the day.
A symposium on "What. Zion-
ism Means to the Young Amer-
ican Jew Today" is scheduled
for 11 a.m., with Benzion Gotlib
of Flint and Irving Sniderman

of Detroit as discussants and
Dr. Edward Neufeld of Grand
Rapids as moderator.
The world Zionist scene and
Israel's international problems
will be reviewed by Leon Kay,
regional president, in his pres-
idential message at 11:30 a.m.
A workshop session at 3 p.m.
will hear a report on Kfar
Silver and ZOA House, ZOA's
two major projects in Israel, by
Philip Slomovitz.
Other panel discussions will
deal with public relations, Jew-
ish National Fund, Israel Bonds
and American Zionist Fund.
The Zionist Organization of
Detroit, of which Judge Ira G.
Kaufman- is president, will be
host to regional delegates at
the Balfour Concert and recep-
tion this Saturday evening, at
the Ford Auditorium.

A concert by folk singer BILL
JOHNSON will be held at 8:30
p.m., Saturday, in - the Williams-'
burg Room of the Medea Hotel,
Mt. Clemens. Johnson, who
sings folk songs in 10 languages,
appears under the auspices of
the Jewish Welfare Board lec-
ture bureau.

which he contracted in a
Siberian labor camp during _the
last war, an immigrant from
Budapest is devoting himself
to painting in the Malben
Mahne Israel camp in Israel.
Moshe Shomogi is gaining
worldwide fame with his art
work. His tremendous murals
which decorate the Mahne
Israel camp are attracting the
interest of visitors from all over
the world.
A series of ShomOgi's out-
standing paintings have been
brought to Detroit and will be
placed on exhibition here at
the Open Door Gallery, 18090
Wyoming, for at least a week's
display. The exhibit will be
prolonged, depending on the
interest that will be shown in it.
Shomogi's activities serve to
call attention to the work of
Malben in Israel—the Joint
Distribution Committee's pro-
ject of sponsoring institutions

capped immigrants.
In addition to paintin g,
Shomogi decorates lamps, uses
Israeli sand for reproduction
of famous holy places on spe-
cially designed murals and he
produces oils as well as pen
sketches.
The exhibition here will com-
mence on Sunday, Nov. 29, with
an open house from 2 to 5,
with daily exhibitions there-
after.

"In winter I get up at night
And dress by yellow
candlelight.
In summer, quite the other way,
I have to go to bed by day."

New Address of
RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
is
18681 Indiana
Tel. UN 2-7891

THE CANTORS and MINISTERS ASSOCIATION
of DETROIT

:

Wish to extend congratulations to our esteemed.
colleague and vice-president

CANTOR NICHOLAS FEN:EKAL

On his tenth year of dedicated and fruitful efforts
on behalf of Cong. Beth Shalom and the Detroit
Jewish Community.

Cantor Jacob Sonenklar

President

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Display Wilt Paintings

Recent paintings by Richard
Wilt, of Ann Arbor, will go on
display at Garelick's Gallery,
20208 Livernois, this Sunday,
. with a preview and reception
for the artist at 2 p.m. The ex-
hibition will continue through
Nov. 28. Wilt has had numerous
one-man shows and is the re-
cipient of several prizes.

Mezzo Soprano

will be attending the

2 7th ANNUAL BALFOUR CONCERT

FORD AUDITORIUM, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959, at 8:30 P.M.

TICKETS: ZIONIST HOUSE 10424 W. McNICHOLS DI. 1-8540 • SPONSORED BY THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF DETROIT

AM,

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