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August 18, 1967 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-18

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21I—Friday, August 18, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Schmier Resigns Zoning Position

After 19 years as a member of what you have accomplished dur-

the Detroit Board of Zoning Ap-
peals. Herman A. Schmier this
week tendered his resignation to
to Common Council.
Expressing his regret on behalf
of the Common Council. Ed Carey,

HERMAN A. SCHMIER

ing your tenure with the Board of
Zoning Appeals. Perhaps it is
Author-producer Dore Schary
truer to say that it is rare to find will discuss the historical and
in one person the vision to plan political implications of the Middle
intelligently for the future, and East War in the second of the 1967
at the same time to interest his Bnai Moshe lectures, "The Six-Day
fellow-citizens in making the city War — and What It Meant," in
a more permanently beautiful the main sanctuary 8:15 p.m. Sept.
place in which to live. It must r
r:12.
give you great satisfaction to know
While Schary
that because you have dreamed of
is best known for
a better-planned and more beauti-
his work as an
ful city, others are already work- i-
author and pro-
ing to make it so. Thank you for
ducer of some 40
serving the City of Detroit so un-
stage and screen
selfishly and with such devotion."
plays, including
Mr. and Mrs. Schmier will make
such hits as "Sun-
their home in Florida starting in
rise at Campo-
mid-September.
bello," he also
has traveled and
lectured exten-
sively here and
abroad.

Benjamin Yapko
Named Associate
Supt. of UHS

Dr. Benjamin Yapko, director of
president, stated that Schmier's the Milwaukee Board of Jewish
health comes first and the Conn. Education, has been named asso-
cil therefore is impelled to accept ciate superintendent of the United
his resignation to be effective on Hebrew Schools.
Sept. 1. Carey stated in a message I Dr. Yapko, who
of commendation for Schmier's I will assume his
devoted services:
I duties Monday,
"Those of us on the Common holds a doctor of
Council, who have had the privi- education degree
lege of knowing you rather inti- from American
mately, look almost with envy at University, Wash-
, ington, D.C., and
was professorial
i lecturer there in
both undergradu-
Dr. Yapko
ate and graduate education courses.
Educated in New York yeshivot,
I Dr. Yapko, 40, is a graduate of
- Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Sidney the Yeshiva University Teachers
D. Feldman (Maggie Zeiger), Institute and holds bachelors and
20100 Marlow, Oak Park, a daugh- masters degrees from William and
ter. Amy Beth.
Mary College and the University
* •
1 of Virginia, respectively. His mas-
Aug. 12 — To Mr. and Mrs. Phil- ters' field of interest was school
lip Goldman (Sybil Marks). 15071 administration.
Kenton. Oak Park, a son, Scott
Dr. Yapko has taught at Yavneh
Andrew.
Academy in Paterson, N.J., and
• • •
: at the Temple Emanuel Religious
Aug. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Ken- School in Englewood. For three
nett) D. Abramson (Rita Sofferin ), years. he served as director of
23500 Parklawn, Oak Park, a son, education at Temple Beth Israel
Jeffrey Mark. lin Richmond, Va., and went on to
* •
become principal of Bnai Israel
Aug. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Harold ' Congregation in Washington. He
Brenner (Sandra Sperling). 29530 was both vice president in charge
Northbrook. Southfield. a daugh- of teacher training and president
ter, Susan Jill. of the Washington Jewish Corn-
. • •
; munity Council's educators council.
July 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Alan' He has been with the Milwaukee
Howard Dorfman (S tephanie Bureau of Jewish Education since
Schwartz). 24381 Rensselaer. Oak 1960 and is pursuing a graduate
Park, a (laughter. Lauren Beth. program in intensive Jewish
* • •
studies
July 3—To Dr. and Mrs. Joel J. Jewish Studies toward a master
Silberg (Andrea Waxman), former of Hebrew literature degree.
Qetroiters of Augusta, Ga., a son,
Eric Todd.
New York's Mt. Sinai
• • •
June 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Neil Linked to City University
NEW YORK (JTA) — The new
H. Wasserman (Trudy Koslow),
19187 Griggs, a son, Michael Eric. Mount Sinai Medical School, sche-
duled to open in fall 1968, will be-
come an affiliate of the City Uni-
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
versity of New York, and will be
RABBI
called the Mount Sinai School of
Medicine of the City University of
New York.
The agreement was made last
334-7031
334-4149
week by Porter H. Chandler, chair-
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
man of New York City's board of
higher education, and Gustave H.
Levy, chairman of the medical
REV. GOLDMAN L.
school's board of trustees.

Artiz

tAnn ouncements

Israel Goodman

MARSHALL

MOHEL

353-5444

Recommended by Physicians

RABBI LEO

GOLDMAN

Erpert Mohel

Serving

LI 2-4444

Hospitals and Homes

LI 1-9769

Pfc. Holtzman,

Producer Schary,
ADL Head, to Speak Light-Hitter Oyler,
Help Cubs, Tigers
at Bnai Moshe

Famous events and people who
have played important roles in
Michigan history are depicted in
color prints available to the public
from the MICHIGAN HISTORI-
CAL COMMISSION. There are six
sets of color prints, each print
11 by 16 inches with full historical
text on the back. Artist is the well-
known Michigan historical painter,
Robert Thom, and the text was
written by F. Clever Bald, Direc-
tor. Michigan Historical Collec-
tions, University of Michigan.

.S

Schary pres-
ently serves as
national chair-
Schary man of the
Bnai B r i t h Anti-Defamation
League. He is a member of the
board of the Eleanor Roosevelt
Foundation, a trustee of Bran-
deis University, and a member
of the President's National Citi-
zens Committee for Community
Relations. He is a frequent con-
tributor of reviews and articles
to national magazines and au-
thor of two books "Case History
of a Movie" and "For Special
Occasions."

Lecture committee chairman
Norbert Reinstein announced that
tickets may be obtained by call-
ing the synagogue, LI 8-9000.
Patrons and subscribers for the
series will receive their tickets in
the mail automaticall y

Brevities

The State Highway Commission
whose most popular publication is
the official state highway map,
also publishes other maps avail-
able to the public. Among the best
sellers are detailed maps of each
of 'Michigan's 83 counties. County
maps may be purchased by writing
Maps, State Highway Commission,
Lansing 48926.
• • •
The 1967 Michigan State Fair
will play host to such big names
as Buddy Greco, Buddy Rich and
his Orchestra, the Supremes, and
many others. This year's fair also
marks the first time in history
that local talent has appeared on
the main show with universally-
known entertainers. The group is
Detroit's increasingly polular all-
girl band, THE DEBUTANTES.
The girls are in demand all over
the U.S. and Canada, and have
become four of the highest-paid
performers in Michigan.
• • •
THE BUSKIN COMPANY will
put on a benefit performance, the
entire proceeds of which will be
given to the families of the two
firemen who died during the re-
cent riots, in cooperation with the
Detroit Firemen's Benevolent
Fund. The performance will take
place 8 p.m. Sunday in McAuley
Auditorium at Mercy College. In-
cluded in the performance are
"The Romancers," by Edmond
Rostand, "Henry IV, Part One" by
Shakespeare, "Spoon River An-
thology" by Edgar Lee Masters,
plus a series of short selections.
For information call Doug Tis-
dale, 881-6267.
• • •
Dolson Ogg Construction Co. of
Royal Oak, homebuilders. announce
the appointment of JOHN H.
ROSEN ADVERTISING AGENCY,
of Lathrup Village, to handle its
advertising and public relations.

REALTY CO.

the game and got credit for a
save.
for the
Meanwhile, fighting

American League lead, the Tigers
beat Baltimore 3-2 Sunday in Tiger
stadium, thanks to a three-run
home run by Ray Oyler. It was
When Ken Holtzman left the Oyler's first home run of the sea-
Chicago Cubs for six months active son and lifted his batting average
duty in the army on May 20, the to .207.
Cubs were fighting for first place
with the St. Louis Cardinals. Since
YOUR CHILDREN'S
that time, the Cubs have fallen
FOOT HEALTH
to third place, nine games behind
St. Louis, a team that is turning
DEPENDS ON
the National League race into a
PROPER SHOES
runaway.

CORRECTLY FITTED

Last Sunday, taking advantage
of a week-end pass, Holtzman
returned to pitch his sixth vic-
tory of the year without a loss
as the Cubs beat the Phillies
6-2. The 21-year-old lefty allow-
ed four hits in 555 innings.
Rookie Bill Stoneman finished

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