THE JEWISH NEWS
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'
30—Friday, December 15, 1967
Toras From Romania Go
to Synagogues in Israel
JERSALEM (JTA)—The minis-
try of religious affairs announced
it had completed distribution of
130 Scrolls of the Law received
here during the past year from
Romania. The scrolls had belonged
to Romanian syagogues which no
After being checked for errors
and given necessary repairs, the
scrolls were distributed to syna-
gogues throughout Israel, including
those set up in the Nahal strong
points in the occupied areas. Two
scrolls were sent to Paraguay to
replace those lost in a synagogue
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ing here of this wonderful nation-
wide organization . . . Representa-
tives from S&S tents around the
country have taken a keen inter-
est in the local success . . . and
Walter Poole, national secretary
was here from Norfolk, Va. to meet
with some of the men as to gett-
ing off on the right track and stay-
ing there . . . Membership in the
Detroit Saints & Sinners will be
MORRIE BAKER'S Showplace
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Blk. n, of Curtis, with songster
Gary Hanes and his trio . Morrie
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MURRAY JACKMAN plays
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THAT RECORD BEING heard
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