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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Armenian Bishop of Jerusalem Speaks
at Capital for Israel Dinner Dec. 15
Bishop Shade' Ajamian, head of
the Armenian Church in Jerusa-
lem, will be guest speaker at a
Capital for Israel dinner 6:30 p.m.
Dec. 15 at Temple Emanu-El.
Bishop Ajamian, a staunch sup-
porter of Israel, is here to pro-
mote tourism to Israel and espe-
cially to Jerusalem. Leaders of
the Armenian community will join
in greeting the bishop.
Bishop Ajamian, named chancel-
lor of the Armenian Patriarchate
man of the Detroit Chapter, Capi-
tal for Israel, Inc. Louis E. Levi-
tan is Detroit representative.
Capital for Israel is now offer-
ing preferred shares of the Tourist
Industry Development Corp., which
was organized by the government
of Israel to expand and develnp
hotels and other tourist facilities.
Tourism is Israel's fastest grow-
ing source of foreign exchange and
has become a major factor in the
economic development of the
For reservations, call Capital for
1 Day Service
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
"GEORGE M," a musical char-
acterizing the melodies, patriotism
and braggadocio of Broadway's
George M. Cohan, comes to the
Masonic Auditorium 3 p.m. Sun-
day. Tickets are available at Hud-
son's, Grinnell's and the box office.
Maxim's Hair Fashions
At 25040 Southfield Rd.
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Now Booking . . .
and his Orchestra
Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.
Formerly Working in the Oak Park Area
Has Now Joined Our Staff
BISHOP SHAHE AJAMIAN
of Jerusalem in 1960, is dean of
the Armenian patriarchate's theo-
Last year, he was elected gen-
eral secretary of the Bishops'
Council. which met in Armenia
to reorganize the Armenian Apos-
tolic Church. At that time, Bishop
Ajamian was designated to pre-
pare the scientific and complete
translation of the Bible into mod-
He is known for his leadership
in the campaign for the restora-
tion of the Church of the Holy
Sepulchre, the most sacred
shrine of Christianity. After the
Six-Day War, Bishop Aleutian
was designated by the Interna-
tional Committee for the Restora-
tion of the Holy Shrines on Mount
Zion, to carry on a similar cam-
paign in the United States, which
be accomplished with success.
Norman Allan is general chair-
FROM . . .
Hundreds of attractive Pieces for the home.
Many exciting HANUKKAH GIFTS, small accessories, Art,
Original Furniture designs. All mode in Israel. Now displayed
in the new ISRAEL GALLERIES of HALLMARK FURNITURE STORES.
ZOD Panel to Air
`Zionism, U.S. Jew'
A panel on "The Relevance of
Zionism to the American Jew" will
be presented 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
at the Zionist Cultural Center, un-
der the- auspices of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit.
Walter A. Nussbaum, ZOD pro-
gram chairman, said panel partici-
pants will be Rabbis Milton Arm
and Moses Lehrman, both past
presidents of the ZOD, and Beinesh
Epstein, national consultant to the
public affairs department of the
Zionist Organization of America.
Moderator will be Louis Panush,
chairman of the ZOD executive
Dr. Joel I. Hamburger, ZOD
president, said Epstein will be pre-
sented with a check for $10,000,
commitment t o
the ZOA for its
Fund, which sup-
ports an interna-
tional public af-
jor projects in
the youth move.
ment Masada and
promotes tourism and investments
Additional contributions may be
made by Interested individuals. A
champagne social hour will cele-
brate the success of the 38th an-
nual Balfour Concert.
For information, call the ZOD
Open Every Evening Until Christmas
Livonia, michigan, 28795 plymoutb road
937 - 0270
bloornfield hills, mkhigee, 2560 a. woodward at square lake road
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