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October 05, 1962 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-05

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Her ill an-Stone
Engagement Told

Applied Physics and is the
author of many scientific papers.
Name Dr. Goldman Head of Ford's Scientific Lab
He and his wife, Estelle, have
the committee on Basic
of
magnetism.
While
engaged
in
Dr. Jacob E. Goldman, 12800
Sciences
of
the
American
Insti-
three
children.
Burton, Oak Park, has been this work, he was a member of tute of -Electrical Engineers and
the
part-time
faculty
of
the
appointed director of the
a member of Sigma Xi. In
scientific laboratory at the Ford graduate school of the Univer- June 1961, he was awarded an
sity
of
Pittsburgh.
Research and Engineering Cen-
honorary doctorate of laws from
ter. He will direct fundamental
Yeshiva University.
research in physics, mathema-
Custoln, Craft
He served as consultant to
tics, chemistry, metallurgy and
the
U.S.
Naval
Ordnance
Labo-
physical electronics. He for-
UPHOLSTERING CO.
ratory, Brookhaven National
merly was associate director of
(Formerly of Dexter Blvd.)
Laboratory
of
the
A
t
o
in
i
c
basic research.
18405-7
Energy Commission and Oak
WYOMING at Pickford
Dr. Goldmen joined Ford in
Ridge National Laboratory. In
Custom Furniture
1955. A native of Brooklyn,
1959, Dr. Goldman served as
Made to Order
N.Y., he graduated from Yes-
Visiting Webster Professor at
- Repairing
hiva University in New York
Massachusetts Institute of Tech- M. Re-upholstering
Goldenberg - S. Kreismon
with a Bachelor of Science
nology. He was associate editor
FREE ESTIMATES
degree in 1940. Three years
of the American Journal of
861-6699
later he completed his advanced
Physics and the Journal of
degree work and was awarded
his doctorate in physics at the
University of Pennsylvania.
He joined Westinghouse Re-
search Laboratories as a re-
search physicist specializing in

NOW OPEN!

MISS ROBIN HERMAN

Mrs. Louis Herman and John
Herman of Chicago announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter; Robin Judy, to Dr. Dale
Howard Stone, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack L. Stone.
Miss Herman attended the
University of Illinois and is
now continuing her studies at
Wayne State University. A De-
cember wedding is planned.

Oak Park
High
News
Spotlight

NATHAN & IRVING'S

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

DR. JACOB E. GOLDMAN

Dr. Goldman joined the
physics department of the
Carnegie Institute of Techno-
logy in 1950 as a staff member,
serving as a lecturer and as-
sistant professor. In 1953 he
was named director of the
Institute's Laboratory of
Magnetics Research.
He is a past-chairman of the
National Academy of Science's
Standing Committee for the re-
view of the Defense Depart-
ment Scientific Research
Programs, a fellow of the Amer-
ican Physical Society, chairman

Simons Celebrate
Golden Anniversary

The .golden wedding anniver-
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Simon
will be celebrated at a dinner
party Oct. 9 given by their chil-
dren, Sidney Simon, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Simon and Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Nelkin.
Mr. Simon is a retired -car-
penter. They have five grand-
children.

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By BRUCE KRIEGEL
The Oak Park Parent Teacher
Student Association will spon-
sor the sixth annual Oak Park
Follies which will be presented I
in the high school auditorium
on the evenings of Oct. 10, 11
and 12. Profits from the follies
provide for the annual PTSA
scholarship awards. "Broad-
way" has been chosen as the
theme for this year's program.
Three Israeli students are
studying at Oak Park High this
year. Staying for one year with
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Schneider of Oak
Park, is Anita Harmelin, a stu-
dent from Tel-Aviv. Also, from
Graneyhoda, Israel, a suburb of
Tel-Aviv, are Rina and Gina
Dorfman, twins, who are here
with their family visiting a
brother. The girls find it odd
that in the United States the
students are permitted to choose
their subjects because all classes
are compulsory in Israel and
the teachers rotate • to the
various classes while the stu-
dents remain throughout the
day in the same classroom.
The Redskins play the Claw-
son Trojans today as part of
the annual Homecoming Day
at Oak Park High. As in the
past, students parade through
the city in decorated cars. A
Homecoming Queen and her
court will be selected and will
reign at the dance to be held
later in the school cafeteria.
Several penalties and a fum-
ble were factors which pre-
vented the Redskins from de-
feating Madison on Sept. 2L
The result was a 13-13 tie.
However, Oak Park was victo-
rious'in the Oak Park-Fitzgerald
game held on Sept. 27 at Fitz-
gerald.

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