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August 18, 1967 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-18

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nNuPlials
Planned for November

50 in Service Group's Survey Tour to Israel

Approximately 50 Detroiters will the new Knesset Building.
The Jewish Agency aids in
leave Oct. 23 for the 13-day Israel
Survey Tour of the Detroit Service making special arrangements, giv-
Group to see first hand results of ing the surrey tour members a
the war and the social services
which are aiding the needy.
' The annual tour will be of
special interest this year because
of the areas of Jerusalem Gaza
and Syria to be visited which
h
ave
not been accessible before this
To serve its customers better!
year.
GRUNT'S MARKET has installed
The tour is conducted for con-
several new phones. For delivery
tributors and leaders in the Allied
in Detroit and in Southfield be
Jewish Campaign of the Jewish
sure to call the new number,
Welfare Federation. and special
341-5512. Trays for every occasion,
guides are provided overseas to
meat or dairy. prepared in the
give the group a chance to see
Grunt manner, are available. Open
how the money contributed through
Saturday nights from sundown till
the campaign is used.
midnight.
The group will meet 8 p.m.
Thursday.
Aug.
31,
in
Room
272
of
MISS MAXINE KAROL
the Jewish Center. to -learn more Baltimore Building Fund
Passes $1 Million Mark
Dr. and Mrs. H. Karol of Bay about the itinerary for the tour.
BALTIMORE (JTA) — Jack
City announce the engagement of
Among the areas to be visited
their daughter Maxine Lois to are Jerusalem's Old City and the Rosen, building fund chairman,i
Lawrence Harwin, son of Mrs. Ger- Western Wall, Mt. Scopus, Beth- and Joseph Meyerhoff, chairman
trude Harwin of Kingswood Dr. lehem, Nazareth, Beersheba. and of the honorary sponsors commit-
the new sections of Jordan. Syria tee of the Talmudical Academy of
and Morris Harwin.
Baltimore, have announced the re-
The bride-elect is a graduate of and Sinai.
The group will visit the Yemenite ceipt of a $50,000 commitment for
Michigan State University. Her fi-
the
Academy's $2,000,000 Building
village
of
Rosh
Haayin
and
several
ance is a graduate of Ferris State
College, where he was affiliated frontier kibutzim, as well as Weiz- Fund Campaign from t h e Hoff-
berger
Foundation.
mann Institute, ORT Syngalowski
with Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity.
Rosen and Meyerhoff added that
A November wedding is planned. School in Tel Aviv, Hadassah Medi-
cal Center, Hebrew University, with this gift, total pledges have
Amalben Home for the Aged and gone over the $1,000,000 mark.

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MISS MARLENE SCHWARTZ

deeper insight into the growth of I
Romney to Tour Mid East
Israel,
Gov. Romney, an unannounced
Two staff members of the Jewish
Welfare Federation accompany the but hopeful candidate for the Re-
tour to aid in arrangements and to publican nomination for Presidency
supply information on the agencies in 1968. said in Mackinac Island
monday he will tour the Middle
visited.
Following the formal tour. which East and the Soviet Union next
ends Nov. 6, individuals may elect month.
to visit installations of the Joint
Distribution Committee in one of
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 18, 1967-27

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