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January 19, 1962 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-19

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envoys to Far Eastern countries,
which will deal with Israel's
Asian policies.
The Foreign Minister is ac-
companied on her tour by Ya-
acov Shimoni, director of the
Asian Department of Israel's
Foreign Ministry, and by - her
son, Menahem.

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TEL AVIV—Foreign Minister
Golda Meir left here Tuesday for
a month's visit to a number of
Far Eastern countries, including
Japan, the Philippines, Thailand,
Burma and Cambodia.
During her tour, Mrs. Meir will
preside over a meeting of Israel's

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THE MILITARY BALL, Jan.
27, of Jewish War Veterans,
Department of Michigan and
Ladies Auxiliary, may run into
GOO
a bit of complication . . . That
is when they try to have a
GOOD FUN !
grand march . . . The two ball-
rooms at the Veterans Bldg. on
Jefferson and Woodward hold
about 2,500 people and 3,000
are expected to attend . . . But
that's past commander Sol Ho-
berman's concern . . . he'll be
1360 S. Woodward
irecting the grand march .. .
MI 4-2727
Birmingham
his year's military ball will be
e kickoff for a lot of big
hings to come during '62 by
he JWV, including 'the nation-
al convention which will be the
first one held in Detroit since
1938 . . . There'll be two bands,
Al Nalli and Panchito, plus a
floor show . . . The committee
has gone all out for a gala shin-
r:
volt'
Private Dining
dig . . . Charles Isackson, de-

din
partment junior vice comman-
• Meetings • • anqu
der, is chairman, and Dorothy
All Ages) •
Anniversaries • rthda
Cohen, senior vice president of
the auxiliary, is his co-chairman
. . . For tickets and info, call
the JWV office, WE 3-0846.
* * *
T HOR D'OEUVRES and THE
COC
DURING THEIR trip through
SPECIAL CUT PRIME RIB
Europe, Rudy and Bess Izen
ENJOYED SO liefrii OP - OF- THE PAR
loved Scotland . . . "In Glas-
gow, we stayed at the Central
OW BEING SERVED IN
Hotel, which is located in the
railroad station. It's the first
time I've ever had a -room with
an adjoining locomotive. I
wouldn't have minded so much,
but every ten minutes my bed
was leaving for Dundee!"
* * *
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