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December 10, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-10

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Book Presented
as Prologue to
Emanu-El Event

Irving Stone, author of "The
Agony and the Ecstasy," pre-
sents an autographed copy of his
book to leaders of Temple
Emanu-El affiliates, which are
sponsoring a benefit premiere
performance of the movie based
on the book. Mrs. Conrad Goode,
vice president of sisterhood, ac-
cepts the volume while Aaron
Kahn, president of the men's
club, and Robert Rosen, presi-
dent of the married couples club,
look on. Based on the life story
of Michelangelo, the film will
debut at the Music Hall 9 p.m.
Dec. 23. Patrons will be invited
to a cocktail party before the
premiere. For tickets, call Mrs.
Roger Daniels, EL 7-1867.

JNF to Get Concession
for 125,000 Acres of Land

LONDON (JTA) — The Jewish
National Fund directorate in Jeru-
salem has reached the final stage
of negotiations with the Israel
government for a 99-year conces-
sion for mare than 500,000
dunams (125,000 acres) of uncul-
tivated land in Israel, mostly in
the Galilee, Jacob Tzur, chairman
of the JNF board and chairman
of the World Zionist Actions Com-
mittee, reported here.
He also told a meeting of the
honorary officers of the British
JNF that the terms of the agree-
ment provide that the JNF will
pay the government a nominal rent
for the land and develop it partly
by reclaiming the land for farm
settlement and partly by affore-
station.

Theater Orientation DaY

Center Theater will hold an eve-
ning of orientation for new and
prospective members 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday. The tour of Center
Theater will begin in Room 384
of the Jewish Center.

MEM

Men's Clubs]

BETH AARON MEN'S CLUB
will hold its annual Hanukah latke
party 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 in the
social hall. Dancing, refreshments
and a candle-lighting ceremony
will be featured. Abe Halem, presi-
dent, has appointed Martin Hol-
lander as party chairman and
Samuel Rosenberg, ticket chair-
man. All. Beth Aaron members,
their families and friends are in-
vited at a nominal donation. For
information and tickets, call the
synagogue office, UN 1-5222.
* * *
TAU EPSILON RHO L A W
FRATERNITY is chartering buses
to transport Detroit members to
the national convention of Tau
Epsilon Rho in Chicago Dec. 28-
Jan. 1. For reservations, call Nor-
man Feder, WO 2-7582. National
officers from Detroit are Jack
Schon, supreme vice chancellor;
David A. Goldman, supreme master
of the rolls; Benjamin J. Safir,
supreme editor; and Harry Klein,
supreme associate editor.
* * *
JERICHO LODGE, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will hold
memorial services for departed
members 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
lodge temple. The temple's main
auditorium will be dedicated in
memory of the late Past Grand
Jack Spring.
* * *
MOSAIC CHAPTER, Order Of
DeMolay, will hold a professional
wrestling match 8 p.m., Dec. 18,
at the Southfield High School
gymnasium. Tickets for the fund-
raising event will be available at
the door.

Business Briefs

By Sid Shmarak

The new WRIGLEY SUPER
DRUGS, W. 7 Mile at Wyoming, is
now handling Barricini candy. Ad-
vance orders for gift giving are
now being accepted. To celebrate
the recent remodeling from wall
to wall, Wrigley Super Drugs is
offering to readers an additional
savings of 34 cents with the cou-
pon to be found in Wrigley's ad-
vertisement.
*
MARY GREEN BEAUTY
SALON is now located in luxurious
surroundings at 22918 Evergreen
at Nine Mile Rd., Southfield. After
17 successful years in Detroit,
Mary Green has acceded to the
requests of her many customers
and moved to a more convenient
location for her large clientele.
An added attraction this week is
the introduction of Lynn, formerly
of Birmingham, who will bring
her distinct high-fashion styling to
the salon.

BY HENRY LEONARD

WHY RABBIS GET GREY AT THE TEMPLES:

Sharee Etta Harvith
to Marry Canadian

Alfred A. May, president of the
Detroit Round Table, announced
this week that founders of the
Detroit branch of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
will be saluted as "Builders of
Brotherhood" at the annual dinner
at Cobo Hall 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
The annual dinner will feature
Arjay Miller, president of the Ford
Motor Co., as honoree-speaker. The
guest artist at this event will be
Danny Thomas.

O

Hadassah Names Cancer

Center in Jerusalem
in Memory of Sharett

MISS SHAREE HARVITH

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Harvith,
29150 Westmont Ct., Farmington,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Sharee Etta to Morton
Charles Taylor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Taylor of Hamilton,
Ont.
The wedding will take place
Feb. 20.

Zerubavel, Colorful
Labor Zionist, to Be
Here for Histadrut

Yaakov Zerubavel, veteran lead-
er of the world labor Zionist move-
ment, arrived from Israel recently
and will include Detroit among a
few important cities where he is
scheduled to address friends of
Histadrut. He will be the main
speaker at a special meeting ar-
ranged on the occasion of his
Detroit visit at the Labor Zionist
Institute, 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Refreshments will be served and
the public is invited at a nominal
charge.
Zerubavel's American tour comes
a half century after his first visit
to the United States. In his late
70s, Zerubavel is recognized as one
of the most dynamic and colorful
personalities of the Israel labor
movement. Director of the Jewish
Archives in Tel Aviv, Zerubavel, as
he is popularly known throughout
the world, is a gi
fted orator and
prolific writer in Hebrew and
Yiddish.
Born in Poltava, Russia, in 1886,
young Zerubavel was closely as-
sociated with the giants in labor
Zionism of that day, including Dov
Ber Borochov, outstanding theoret-
ician of the movement; and Yitzhak
Ben-Zvi, late president of Israel.
During the revolution of 1905,
Zerubavel was arrested by the Rus-
sian authorities for his Zionist ac-
tivities and served a year and a
half in jail. Upon his release he
went to Vilna, where he edited
"The Jewish Worker," and gained
fame as an orator and lecturer.
In 1910, Zerubavel proceeded to
Palestine and became editor of
Ha achdut, first Hebrew weekly
published by Poale Zion. He had
to flee from Palestine because of
pressure by the Turkish govern-
ment. Arriving in the United
States in 1912, he served labor
Zionism here until 1917, when he
returned to Russia. In 1935 he
settled in Palestine. He was ap-
pointed to various posts by
Histadrut.

Israel at Last Session
of Ecumenical Council

ROME (JTA) — Israel was
invited to attend the closing ses-
sion of the Ecumencial Council this
week. Israel sent a special
mission, consisting of Ambassador
Arye Aroch of the foreign min-
istry; Nissim Yaish, charge d'af-
faires at the Israel Embassy in
Rome; and Saul Colbi, director
of the Department of Christian
Communities in the religious af-
fairs ministry.

"How dare you assign my son a Bar Mitzvah
date that is so inconvenient for my caterer/'

Founders of Detroit's Round Table
to Receive Honors at Dinner Sunday

All blood has the same color—
Amer. proverb.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, December 10, 1965

NEW YORK (JTA) Hadassah
has named its department of
oncology at the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center in Jeru-
salem in memory of Moshe Sharett,
one of the chief architects of the
Jewish State, it was reported here
by Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, na-
tional president of Hadassah. The
"Moshe Sharett Oncology Depart-
ment" serves as a cancer center.

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