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July 17, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-17

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WSU Law Prof. Richard Strichartz
Appointed City Controller by Mayor

Detroit's top fiscal post has gone
to Richard Strichartz, Mayor Ca-
vanagh announced Tuesday. The
new city controller succeeds Alfred
M. Pelham, effective July 27.
Strichartz, 41, of 17601 Wiscon-
sin, was serving
as a special as-
sistant to the
mayor while on
leave as a Wayne
State University
law professor.
A native of
New York City,
Stric hartz is
one of Cava-
nagh's closest
advisers, Ii a v -
in g directed
Detroit partici-
ation in federal
a i d programs
and spearhead-
ed activities
Strichartz
dealing with social welfare, ju-
venile delinquency, accelerated
public works and youth pro-
grams. He also wrote speeches
for Cavanagh.
He was a law professor at New
York University before coming to
Wayne State in 1956.

Christian Leader Stops In
on Visit From Holy Land

The visit to the Holy Land by
Pope Paul VI has opened up new
contact between Orthodox church,
other Christians and Jews, accord-
ing to the archbishop of ancient
Galilee.
The Most Rev. George Hakim
was in Detroit briefly to visit with
members of the Syro-Melchite
Catholic community and spoke at
a luncheon sponsored by El Al Is-
rael Airlines. He was on a tour
of the United States.
"We are very much divided and,
I am sorry to say, we're fighting
each other. Since the Holy Fath-
er's visit and his meetings with
the Orthodox churchmen, we feel
we are living in a new ecumenical
area," he said.
The archbishop added that the
pope's visit has brought many
tourists to Israel and Jordan.

Strichartz attended the Univer-
sity of South Carolina, Columbia
University, England's Oxford Uni-
veristy, University of Miami, Yale
and NYU.
He and his wife Beatrice have
four children. They belong to Tem-
ple Beth El, where Strichartz serves
on the men's club board and has
taught religious school.

g srit , 17,

„Activities

IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE will
hold its annual picnic and show
noon Sunday, at the Oak Park
picnic grounds. Area 2. Entertain-
ment will include Jo-Jo the clown,
games and prizes, with a special
prize to be awarded at 4:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests invited with their children.

Detroiter Maurice Zeiger
Named Vice President
of Bnai Brith District

Maurice Zeiger of Detroit was
elected to third vice-president of
District Grand Lodge No. 6 at the
96th convention of the district in
Milwaukee.
Zeiger, past
president of Oak-
Woods Lodge and
the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai
Brith Council, is
a member of the
district's board
of governors, cab-
inet of the state'
regional advisory Zeiger
board of the Anti - Defamation
League and of the Michigan reg-
ional board of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization.
Elected to serve on the district's
board of governors from Detroit
are Julius Kahn and Nathan
Rubenstein.
President of the district for the
1964- 65 term is Ben Z. Neudel-
man of Chicago.

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July 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Syner (Faye Gooze), 20328 Red-
fern, a son, Mark Steven,

* * *

July 11—To Dr. and Mrs. John
Cohen, 24714 Scotia, Oak Park, a
daughter, Jocelyn Heidi.

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July 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Pomerantz (Beverly Feldman, for-
merly of Detroit), N. Hollywood,
Calif., a daughter, Jill Susan.
• * *
.July 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man R. Atkins (Charlotte Lehr-
man), formerly of Detroit, now of
Bel Air, Calif., a daughter, Amy
Lee.
* * *
July 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Flashner (Barbara Dworkin), 15344
James, Oak Park, a son, Kirk Les-
lie.
* * *
July 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Israel, 20153 Lauder, a son, Bruce
F.



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July 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
S. Chapnik (Susan Novitz), 28247
Berkshire, Southfield, a daughter,
Claire Lise.
* *
June 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Selesny (Myra Cohen), 15574
George Washington, Southfield, a
daughter, Gayle Cali
*
July 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wayne (Johanna Mandelstamm of
Saginaw), 20033 Weyher, Livonia,
a daughter, Felicia Hope.
• * *
July 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
R. Ross (Raquel Moss), 18200 Sor-
rento, a daughter, Karen Eliza-
beth.
* * *
June 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Weisberg (Maxine Tann), 16115
Sherfield Rd., Southfield, a son,
James William.

Friday, July 1'7, 1964
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22

Melvin Clayton Named
Asst. Regional Director
of State's Bnai Brith Youth

Akiva Day School Bernstein-Saperstein
_Engagement Told
Announces New,
International Staff

Akiva Hebrew Day School will
open Sept. 10 at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Eighty students are en-
rolled in classes from kindergar-
ten through fifth grade.
Announcement of the Hebrew
faculty was made this week. Mrs.
Sarah Lewin, a graduate of the
Teacher's Seminary in Jerusalem
and former student at Bar Ilan
University, will teach first grade.
Second and third grades will
be taught by Rabbi and Mrs. Mar-
tin J. Tatlebaum, who come to De-
troit from the Hillel Academy of
Pittsburgh. Rabbi Tatlebaum, a na-
tive of St. Paul, was ordained at
the Mercaz Horav Kook Rabbin-
ical College of Jerusalem and
served as a chaplain with the
United States forces in Egypt. He
was rabbi of the Bnai Israel Con-
gregation of Steubenville, Ohio,
before coming to Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Tatlebaum is a graduate of
the Mizrachi Teacher's Seminary of
Jerusalem and has been active in
elementary grade Hebrew teach-
ing for the past 10 years.
Fourth and fifth grades of the
Hebrew department will be
taught by Zelik ShifmanOl,vicz of
Mexico City. A former student of
the Yeshiva of Stutchin in Po-
land, Shifmanowicz also has a
BA degree from the University
of Sorbonne in Paris and an
MA in educational psychology
from the University of Mexico.
For the past 20 years, he has
been associated with the Yavneh
Hebrew Day School of Mexico -
City.
General studies teachers ap-
pointed to the faculty are Mrs.
Barbara Pick, kindergarten; Dor-
othy Eizen, first grade; Mrs. Max-
ine Lieberson, second and third;
Mrs. Phyllis Novetsky, fourth; and
Mrs. Ethel Goldstein, fifth. Mrs.
Judith Herman will be in charge
of the musical curriculum, special-
ists for arts and crafts and
physical education are being en-
gaged. A speech therapist will be
available for students in need.
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of
the school, will assume his new
duties during the coming week.
For information or appointments,
call school secretary, Mrs. Samuel
Aarons, 342-9119, Monday through
Friday, 1-4 p.m.

Hayim Greenberg School
Honors Ben Harold

At a surprise party on the occa-
sion of his 50th birthday, Ben
Harold was honored by the board
of the Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-
Yiddish Shule. A check for $250
was given to the school by Wil-
liam Hordes, in appreciation of
Harold's work as school chairman.
Greetings were extended by rep-
resentatives of Farband, Poalei
Zion, Pioneer Women's Council,
arrangement committee, schoOl
board and Israel Bonds.

Young Jewish Leaders
Join UJA Mission

A group of 85 young American
Jewish communal representatives
from all sections of the United
States is participating in the
fourth annual Young Leadership
Mission of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. They will make an intensive
3 1/2-week survey of immigration
absorption needs in Israel and
refugee aid programs in France
and Italy.

Camp Tanuga Officers

Camp Tanuga, at Kalkaska, Mich.,
announces its recently elected of-
ficers.

Serving under president David Guns-
berg are Marc Steinberg, vice presi-
dent; Rona Isaacson, secretary; Joel
Dorfman, waterfront assistant; Robert
Gaines, librarian; Laura Lemow, assist-
ant librarian; Pam Lichter, Marc Frank,
Howard Lebow and Terri Finkel, mail
superintendents; Dan Blake and Allen
Muskovitz, office assistants; Tracey
Durbin, Jane Gordon, Kathy Fisher,
Robert Stein, Debbie Stone and Max-
cine Krause, office messengers; Gary
Shapiro, Ronald Pollack, Benji Stutz
and Jeffrey Kaplan, mailmen; Sue
Schafer and Debra Blake, _lost and
found custodians.

MISS MARCIA BERNSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein of
Birchcrest Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Marcia
Ann to Bruce Richard Saperstein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Saper-
stein of Birwood Ave.
The prosepctive bridegroom is
attending the Detroit College of
Law.

Melvin Y. Clayton has been
named assistant regional director,
Michigan Bnai Brith Youth Organi-
zation, it was announced by David
M. Blumberg of Knoxville, Tenn.,
chairman of the National Bnai
Brith Youth Commission. His duties
will commence
Aug. 15.
Clayton, a na-
t i v e Detroiter,
is currently so-
cial group work-
er with emo-
tionally disturb-
ed children in
foster home
care at the De-
troit Foster Clayton
Homes Project of the Merrill Palm-
er Institute. He holds a bachelor of
arts degree in social science from
Michigan State University and a
masters degree in social work from
Wayne State University's school of
social work.
A member of the national asso-
ciations of social workers and Jew-
ish communal workers, he is mar-
ried and lives at 14941 Greenfield.

Miami's Ritz Plaza Hotel
A Nation can find help in it-
Ready for High Holy Days self alone; if it cannot do this,

then no-one can help it. We Zion-
The Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami ists wish to rouse our people to
Bearh, will be celebrating the High self-help
Holy Days starting Sept. 6 in the
—From Herzl's Address to the
Zeiger family manner. Services for
First Zionist Congress
guests will be held on the premises
under the direction of an eminent
cantor. Traditional holiday meals
are served in the Candlelight Room
and feature the Zeiger kosher
and his ORCHESTRA
'.'Music At Its Best
cuisine. known for more than 50
For Your Guests"
years.
Entertainment is planned for
the intermediate days in keeping
with the holiday spirit.

FRANK PAUL

EL 7-1799

"Every word of God is pure: He
is a shield unto them that put their
trust in Him."—Proverbs 30:5.

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