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July 10, 1992 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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the holidays?

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San , October 9,1992

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-2 nights pre-cruise in Venice at the Hotel Daniell
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-2 nights post-cruise in Istanbul at the Ciragin Palace
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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1992

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Call today for a FREE
housecall appt. or
in-store appt.

347-4570

43041 W. 7 Mile • Northville

Miracle Mission Plans
Attract Families

Nearly 300 people have
made deposits on the
Michigan Miracle Mission
through last weekend. In
celebration of the ongoing
miracle of creating a modern
Jewish state, the largest, non-
fund-raising trip launched
from Michigan is open to
families with children age 13
and older and individuals
from around the state, April
18-28, 1993.
The mission has tracks for
experienced visitors to Israel
as well as first-timers. Based
in Jerusalem, mission-goers
will tour in small groups,
coming together for "mega"
events. The itinerary will in-
clude something for everyone,
including boat rides on Lake
Kinneret, jeep and camel
rides and participants will
see Israel from Tel Aviv to
Masada, from the Galilee to
the Dead Sea.
Mission-goers will par-
ticipate in the celebration of
Israel's 45th anniversary of
Independence — Yom Ha'atz-
maut — in Jerusalem. They
will experience Israel's an-
cient and recent history, visit
Project Renewal neighbor-
hoods in Detroit's sister cities
of Yavne and Ramle and learn
about current issues.
Participants will get an in-
depth look at the experiences
and realities of Israel today.
They will visit new im-
migrants at absorption
centers and learn about the
initial stages of their resettle-
ment. Mission-goers also will
visit high tech facilities and
learn about Israel's economic
realities and future.
Plans call for the 10-day
trip, which will cost $1,993
per person, to fly direct from
Detroit to Tel Aviv's Ben-
Gurion Airport. A $500
deposit will reserve a spot in
the mission, and participants
who pay in full by Nov. 16,
1992, will receive a $50 dis-
count on the per-person cost.
Payment can be made by Visa
or MasterCard.
The trip is sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit and
coordinated with the coopera-
tion of The Jewish News in
celebration of its 50th an-
niversary, as well as many
organizations and congrega-
tions throughout Michigan.
David Hermelin is chair-
man of the Michigan Miracle
Mission. Susan Citrin, Dr.
Conrad Giles, Lawrence
Jackier and Jane Sherman
are co-chairmen. Their mis-
sion consists of represen-
tatives from the statewide

Jewish community who act as
liaisons to organizations to
recruit from and speak
among their colleagues.
For applications or informa-
tion, contact Tami Margolis,
642-4260.

Descendants Plan
Family Reunion

Descendants
of the
scholar/poet Rabbi Meir ben
Baruch of Rothenburg
(1215-1293) will have a fami-
ly reunion in Paris next year,
the 700th anniversary of the
death of their forefather.
Weils, Weills, Wyles, (all
spellings), Weilers, Wylers,
(all spellings), and Rothen-
burgs will meet where the
young Meir witnessed the
burning of the Talmud. They
will take a trip to his tomb at
Worms and to his birthplace
at Rothenberg.
For information about the
meeting, send a stamped self-
addressed envelope to: Jerry
Weil, 840 Woodpoint Drive,
Chesterfield, MO 63017.

LOCAL NEWS

Fresh Air Society
Slates Election

The 90th annual meeting of
the Fresh Air Society and
election of officers will take
place 2 p.m. Aug. 16 in the
Norma and Gerald Richter
Pavilion at Camp Maas. In-
cluded in the program will be
presentations by campers.
The public is invited. Persons
needing directions to camp
are asked to call the Fresh
Air Society office, 661-0600.
Nominated for a first three-
year term are: Pola Fried-
man, Howard Rosen, Dorene
Finer, Susan Koth, Donna
Schwartz, Donald Blitz and
Michael Curhan.
Nominated for a second
three-year term are Charles
Schiff, Charles Bale, Barbara
Eisenberg, Sharon Hart, Bar-
bara Tukel and David
Engelbert. Nominated to
complete two years of a three-
year term is Dale Rands.
The following officers are
nominated for a one-year
term of office: president:
Jonathan Haber; vice presi-
dent: Edward Lumberg,
Henry Wineman II;
treasurer: H. James Zack;
secretary: Ellen Labes.
Changes to the Fresh Air
Society bylaws will be voted
on at the meeting.

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