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September 27, 1968 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-27

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Survey Tour to Leave for Israel Oct. 3

The 1968 Israel Survey Tour of leave Oct. 3 for a three-week
the Detroit Service Group will study of social welfare services in
Israel and Europe.
Paul Broder, president of the
Detroit Service Group, is chairman
of the tour, and Warren D. Green-
stone is co-chairman.
The tour is designed to show
participants how funds from the
Allied Jewish Campaign and Israel
Emergency Fund are spent in aid-
over the knuckh
ing the aged, children, handi-
capped, the unemployed and in
for a perfect fit
helping immigrants toward ab-
sorption into the life of the coun-
try; and to provide first hand
information for the next year's
campaign.
All those on the tour are con-
tributors and leaders in the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation. Special
guides are provided overseas to
give the group a chance to see
many operations that are not open
to the public.
Exclusive, patented expan-
sion feature permits ring to
The Jewish Agency aids in mak-
ing special arrangements for
expand up to three full sizes
group visits, and the Detroiters
Jo slip over knuckle with ease.
will be received by Israeli officials.
On the tour, will be: Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley R. Akers, Mrs. Jacob
Bonin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Broder,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Caplan,
Mr. and Mrs. Sol R. Colton, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert S. Charfoos, Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Dembs, Dr. Irving

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I. Edgar, Barney Freedman, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren D. Greenstone,
_Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hamburger,
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Lax, Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Lipton, Mr. and Mrs.
Marcus Plotkin, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Radner, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Rossen, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Rothberg, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Schmerin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Snider, Dr. and Mrs. Bert P. Solo-
mon, Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Tamler,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wolpin and
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Yolles.
The group will be accompanied
by two staff members, Sol Drach-
ler, assistant director of Federa-
tion and director of the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel Emergency
Fund, and Emanuel Mark, director
of the professional division of the
campaign.

Dutch Introduce Draft Bill
Outlawing Anti-Semitism

THE. HAGUE (JTA) — The Neth-
erlands Government has introduced
in Parliament a draft law against
anti-Semitism and racial discrim-
ination in general. The bill followed
Holland's ratification of the United
Nations convention against dis-
crimination and is designed to im-
prove existing laws which date
from 1933. The new legislation
would increase the penalties for
racial discrimination.

Friday, September 27, 1968-3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Krolik to Get Cyprian Award

Mrs. Julian H. Krolik has been
seledted as one of the recipients
of this year's St. Cyprian Awards
to be presented at Latin Quarter,
at a dinner Oct. 6.
The two other . recipients are
Dr. Henry D. Brown and Dr. Haley
W. Bell.
Mrs. Krolik, former chairman
of the Urban Affairs Committee
and a member of the Committee

on Community Relations of t h e
City of Detroit, has for years been
active in local Jewish and civic
movements and has earned the dis-
tinction of being given recognition
as one of Detroit's outstanding
women leaders.

As cold waters to a thirsty soul
so is god news from a far country.
—Proverbs

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Wednesday, Oct. 2
(Yom Kippur)

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