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July 05, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-05

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24—Friday, July 5, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWF Juniors Hold Election

Marvin Daitch's Take Ray Levy Named
West Indies Honeymoon Public Affairs

Oh, what a tangled web we
weave, when first we practice to
deceive.—Whittier

Director by UJA

The United Jewish Appeal has
named Raphael Levy as its direc-
tor for public affairs.
In his new post, Levy, who was
UJA director of public relations
since 1951, will assume special
responsibilities in matters related
to UJA's national leadership and
communications. Prior to join-
ing UJA, Levy served as publicity
director of the Joint Distribution
Committee, and earlier of the Na-
tional Refugee Service, both UJA
beneficiary organizations. During
World War II he was managing
editor of the Master Radio Desk,
of the Office of War Information.

Allan Nachman (left) was elected president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Junior Division for the coming year. With him are
George M. seltzer who spoke at the annual meeting; Michael J. tier-
manoff, retiring president, and Richard Kamer, board member.

1 000-Plus Students Leave for Summer, Year in Israel

Nearly 1,000 American and Cana-
dian teenagers and college stu-
dents will spend the bulk of the
summer in Israel on a variety of
under auspices of the Histadrut
work, study and vacation programs
Foundation for Educational Travel,
according to an announcement by
the Foundation's Executive Vice
President, Max Mermelstein.
The youngsters, ranging in age
from 13 to 25, will spend five to
seven weeks in Israel, working in
kibutzin, touring, studying the He-
brew language and culture, and
mingling with their sabra peers.
Another group of 150 American
college students will leave for a
year's study at the University of
Tel Aviv. This special junior year
program is sponsored by the Amer-
ican Friends of the Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, with travel arrangements
taken care of by the Histadrut
Foundation for.Educational Travel.

.t i-tA

Three airlifts are carrying 192
American students from New York
to Tel Aviv to inaugurate the over-
seas student program of Tel Aviv
University. The first group left New
York Sunday with two additional
flights this week.
In messages to the departing
students, Vice President Hubert
Humphrey predicted that a "won-
derful experience" awaited them.
Former Ambassador Arthur. J.
Goldberg expressed his belief .that
"all of you who are departing for
Israel will benefit from your study
there" and that "Israel will have
a better understanding of the
nited States from your study in
Israel."
The newest facilities developed
by the Histadrut Foundation for
American youngsters is at Kibutz
Glil Yam, just north of Tel Aviv.
Here, children between 8 and 12
can be "parked" by parents who
are visiting Israel with them and
wish to be free to pursue an adult
itinerary part of the time. Twenty
such youngsters and their parents
are leaving for Israel early in
July.

MRS. MARVIN DAITCH

Peggy Jane Friedman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Fried-
man of Hendrie Ave., Huntington
Woods, was married recently to
Marvin Charles Daitch, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Daitch of La
Seine Ave., Southfield.
The ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Groner at the Top of the

Flame.

The bride's. sister, Joan, was
maid_ of_ honor. Margery Fried -
man awl Mrs. Ronald Meyers
werI bridesmaids. Ellen Beth
Cantor was flower girl.
Dr. Harold Daitch served his
brother as best man. Ushers in -
cluded Stephen Hayman, Gerald
Meltzer, Michael Jacobs, Rodger
Friedman and Ronald Meyers.
After a honeymoon in the Wes t
Indies the couple will reside at
1.1- e Lafayette Towers.

Aaron Fox is Youth
Director at Beth Aaron

Aaron Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Fox of Southfield, has been
appointed director of youth ac
•tivities at Beth Aaron Synagogue
June 20—To Dr. and Mrs. David Dr. D. L. Golden, Wife
it was announced by Max Nosan
M. Jacobs (Fern Prag), 21300 Park-
chuk, president of the congrega
Award
3
Scholarships
lawn, Oak Park, a daughter, Laura
tion, and Dr.
Naomi.
Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Golden
Bernard D. Lynn,
* * *
presented three scholarships to chairman of the
June 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar- high school seniors from three
tin Gorosh (Susan Davis), 21614 countys in the office of Detroit youth commis-
Stratford, Oak Park, a son, David City Councilman Nicholas Hood sion.
Aaron is a
Jason.
recently.
graduate of
* * *
The annual Dr. Donald L. Golden
June 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Allan College Foundation Scholarships Mumford High
J. Benjamin (Rosalie Emmer), are donated by Dr. Golden, founder School, where he
21656 Church, Oak Park, a daugh- and director of the Detroit Opte- received the
ter, Michele Joy.
metric Centers. He said, ".i am Brenda B lu m-
berg Award and
• *
served
as presi-
June 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
FOX
dent of the Radio
Wexler (Helen Rice), 4025 Or-
Guild. He is also a graduate of
chard Crest, Orchard Lake, a son,
the UHS High School. He is now
Jeffrey Alan.
a student at Wayne State Uni -
* * *
versity and also attends the Mid
June 14—To Mr. anu Mrs. Aaron
rasha (College of Jewish Studies).
Katz (Lois Newman), 27817 In-
He is a counselor at Camp Tama
dependence, Farmington, a daugh-
rack and previously attended
ter, Mindy Loren.
Kfar Ivri, the United Hebrew
* * *
Schools Hebrew Camp, and Camp
June I:0 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herzl in Wisconsin.
Martin Lerner (Toby C. Schrei-
Last year he served as Junior
man, formerly of Detroit) of Bay-
USY advisor at Beth Aaron. A
side, N.Y., a son, Alexander Evan.
full youth program is planned, in -
* * *
cluding Junior and Tikvah Sab -
June 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
bath Services, and Junior and
Gordon (Ellisa Phatasne), for-
Senior USY chapters.
merly of Oak Park, now of Gra-
A Talis and Tephilin Service
nada Hills, Calif., a daughter,
•will be held every Sunday morn-
Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Golden
Julie Elizabeth.
ing, during the fall and winter
grateful to be in a position to make months, for pre-Bar Mitzva and
REV. GOLDMAN L.
these scholarship awards. A bene- post-Bar 'Mitzva boys. Special
factor helped me through college, youth services are planned for the
and I'm glad I can do the same High Holy Days. For further in-
for others."
formation call the Synagogue, UN
MOREL
The Wayne county winner was 1-5222.
John Carlton Lewis of Mumford
353-5444
High School, who will attend the
NATHAN PERLMUTTER, di-
University of Detroit. Recipient
rector of the American Jewish
from
Oakland
county
was
Diane
Recommended by Physicians
Terese Hruska of Walled Lake Committee's office of domestic
RABBI
Senior High, Walled Lake. who will affairs since 1965, has been de-
attend the University of Michigan. signated associate director of the
The winner for Macomb county was human relations agency. He will
Expert Mohel
Dianne Rae Keller of Lake Shore concentrate on program develop-
Serving Hospitals and Homes
High, St. Clair Shores, who vvill ment of the American Jewish Corn-
LI 2-4444
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mittee's far-flung operations.
attend Wayne State University.

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