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July 12, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-12

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30—Friday, July 12, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

13 Detroiter
in Current USY
Israel Mission

A record number of 231 teen-
agers of the United Synagogue of
America will spend seven weeks
in Israel this summer studying,
working and exchanging views with
their Israeli counterparts as part
of a comprehensive program to
build bridges of greater under-
standing between the Jewish corn-
- munities of both countries.
The young men and women of
the 825 Conservative Jewish synal
gogues in the United States and
Canada left on their 13th annual
pilgrimage July 2. They will re-
main in Israel for seven weeks.
The program is coordinated by the
United Synagogue's department of
youth. This year the group will
participate in an unusual archaeo-
logical project. Members of the
pilgrimage will assist the Israeli
Ministry of Antiquities in excavat-
ing the ruins of a synagogue lo-
cated in the city of Ashkelon, dat-
ing back to the Roman occupation
of Palestine. The youngsters hope
to unearth the mosaic tile akar of
the ancient house of worship still
hidden at the ruin.
On July 22 in Ashkelon, the USY1
group will hold a one-day series
of joint meetings and discussions
with members of USY's 18th region
in Israel. The Israeli youngsters
are members of the five Conserva-
tive synagogues in Israel affiliated
with the World Council of Syna-
gogues.
The following Detroit youths are
members of this year's USY Israel
pilgrimage:
Nancy Adelsberg, 18470 Onyx,
Southfield; Jeffrey Freedland, 4785
W. Outer Drive; Lynn Medow, 13113
Ludlow, Huntington Woods; Owen
Perlman, 19752 Hartwell; Eric Sie-
gel, 18210 Marlowe; Randee Green,
28205 Tavistock Trail, Southfield;
Leslye Guttenberg, 10853 Vernon,
Huntington Woods; Elissa Baum,
6581 Post Oak Drive, Birmingham;
Miriam Kazdan, 16521 Rosemary,
Oak Park; Jane Olender, 19990
Prest; Margo Rosenthal, 28590
Tavistock Trail, Southfield; Arnold
Zuckman, 17010 George Washing-
ton, Southfield.
....`.1=s from Michigan in the
current USY mission to Israel are:
Deborah Gotlib, Elissa Kramer,
Diane Kasle and Annette Weston,
Flint; Jerome Jacobs, Pontiac;
Lynn Kleiman and Stuart Rapa-
port, Grand Rapids; Frederick
Sofen, Kalamazoo.

AVM

Ruth Lowy to Marty Membership Drive
Lee Zendel in August of Local Hadassah

Sol Moss Elected BB Veep at District Convention

Starts Tuesday

MISS RUTH LOWY

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowy of
Hicksville, LI., announce the
engagement of their daughter Ruth
to Lee Zendel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Zendel of Lauder Ave.
An August wedding is planned.

Business
Brevities

THE EXPECTATION SHOP
INC., a specialty store that caters
to "the ladies-in-waiting" with an
exclusive collection of maternity
apparel, is now under the owner-
ship of Jim Reich. Reich has had
an extensive background in the
garment industry, as a manufac-
timer and as a distributor. The
Expectation Shop is located at 141
W. Maple Rd., Birmingham. Mr.
and Mrs. Reich and their two chil-
dren have moved from their home
in the Chicago area to their new
residence in Birmingham.
*
NOAH LAMBERT of the AUS-
TIN A. KANTER agency of Na-
tional Life Insurance Co. of Ver-
mont, has been named one of the
agency's first two district agents
under the company's new district-
agent plan.

Melbourne Jews to Act
After Wave of Vandalism

MELBOURNE (JTA) — A
spokesman for the Victoria Jew-
ish Board of Deputies warned here
Monday that the Jewish commu-
nity may be forced to mount
guards at its synagogue because
of a wave of vandalism.
The Carlton Hebrew Congrega-
tion here was broken into twice
within a week. The latest act of
vandalism caused an estimated
$3,000 in damages. It occurred
when the congregation had just
finished cleaning up after an
earlier break-in.

BY HENRY LEONARD

Because "Hadassah's strength
lies in its numbers," the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Chapter of local Ha-
dassah begins a drive Tuesday to
add new members to its present
body of approximately 7,000. The
membership theme of the cam-
paign is "Identify with Hadassah."
Mrs. Emanuel Sarko, chapter
vice president of membership, and
Mrs. Irvin Meckler, chapter chair-
man of membership, said that
Hadassah women will speak on the
goals and purposes of Hadassah
to prospective members who are
invited to attend a number of
social gatherings Tuesday.
Greenfield-Schaefer Group will
hold an open board meeting at the
home of Mrs. Norman Taylor,
24035 Rockingham. Southfield
Heights Group will have a tea at
the home of Mrs. Lester Taub-
man, 18632 George Washington,
Southfield. Livonia Group will
have a tea at the home of Mrs.
David Pink, 49680 W. Eight Mile,
Northville.
Oak Park Group plans a tea
at the home of Mrs. Maurice
Chandler, 4055 Pickering, Birming-
ham. Rivercrest Group will have
a tea at the home of Mrs. Melvin
Binder, 22962 Pontchartrain, South-
field. Eleanor Roosevelt Group
(a group of young married women)
will meet 8 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Sheldon Dulberg, 29231 Lee-
more, Southfield. Sharon Group
will have a tea at the home of
Mrs. Eugene Lumberg, 27416 Ev-
erett, Southfield. Towers Group
will hold an open meeting in the
penthouse of the North Park Tow-
ers East, Southfield. Village Group
will have a tea at the home of Mrs.
Martin Norton, 17125 Mount Ver-
non, Southfield.
Women interested in becoming
members of Hadassah may attend
any meeting in their own area, or
for further information call the
Hadassah office, BR 3-5441.

Sol Moss of Detroit was elected He and his wife, Ida, have four
third vice president of District children.
Grand Lodge 6 Bnai Brith at its
recent 100th convention in Chicago.
MUSIC
Moss is past
(Just Great)
president of Ivan
S. Bloch Lodge
MAURY LITTLE
and of Metro-
AND THE TOWNSMEN
politan Detroit
ICE 4-5980
Bnai Brith Coun-
cil. He was a
member of the
board of gover-
CHA-CHA-CHA
nors of District
DANCE CLASSES
6, Michigan re-
gional advisory
from
board of Anti- Moss
PREMIERE
STUDIO
Defamation League and Michigan
LI 7-4470
22111 W. Coolidge
regional board of Bnai Brith Youth
Organization.
Moss was educated in the De-
troit school system and attended
A BEAUTIFUL
Walsh Institute of Accountancy
and Wayne State University. He
has lived in Detroit for 45 years.
AND

Henry Dodge Files
for Supervisor Race

Henry Dodge filed his documents
for the Republican ticket with the
Wayne County Election Commis-
sion for the Board of Supervisors.
The "Homeowners" candidate is 42
years old, and holds the position
of executive engineer with an in-
dustrial firm. He is affiliated with
many technical and fraternal or-
ganizations, including the Nation-
al Aeronautics Association and
the Detroit Shrine. He is a mem-
ber of Temple Beth-El.
During his high school years he
was active in the Boy Scouts.
Dodge favors private develop-
ment with the least amount of
tax dollars invested. It is his opin-
ion that private capital produces
tax revenue, employment and
prosperity, without placing the
burden on property owners.

Judge Pernick Opens
Campaign Headquarters

Judge Joseph J. Pernick, can-
didate in the race to fill a Probate
Court vacancy in Wayne County,
has opened headquarters at 14029
W. McNichols.
For Judge Pernick, it marked
the third time he has opened an
election headquarters. Twice pre-
viously, he successfully sought re-
election to Common Pleas Court.
He announced his entry into the
Probate Court race last month. A
judge for six years, Judge Pernick
had been a Probate Court public
administrator before being named
to the bench in 1962.
Judge Pernick's candidacy for
the Probate Court post was
prompted by his activity on behalf
of the physically, .handicapped and
the mentally ill. Both areas are
within Probate Court jurisdiction.

"After all, Seymour, we're your
parents ... so why don't you tell us
what's on your mind?"

SOL COHEN of Rockledge Dr.,
Farmington, scored a hole-in-one
July 4 at the Salem Hills Golf
Club, Northville. He used a driver
on the 185-yard third hole.

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