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June 11, 1965 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Judy Holliday, Oscar Award • Winne;,
High IQ Actress, Is Dead at Age 41

Judy Holliday, one of the very
great American actresses, died of
cancer Monday at the age of 41,
in New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital.
She had been ill for several years

IQ of 172, was an avid reader and
in private life was the opposite of
the roles she portrayed in the
movies and on stage.
Her father, the late Abraham
Tuvim, who was a field worker
for the Jewish National Fund, was
well known in Detroit, having
worked with the JNF Council and
with many local leaders. He
especially befriended the late Wil-
liam Hordes.
Judy, whose last name stems
from the Hebrew Tuvim, mean-
ing good and implying good holi-
day, shared with her father his
many Jewish interests and she,
too, was devoted to the JNF.
She appeared in numerous suc-
cessful plays. Her mentor was her
uncle, Joseph Gollomb, a novelist
and biographer.
She is survived by her mother,
and a son, Jonathan, 12.



BERNARD ISAACS

Guest of Honor

Expect Court Test
on NY Text Law

ALBANY. N.Y. (JTA) — The

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bill signed into law last week by
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, which
will provide textbooks to children
in both public and religious
schools in the state, is virtually
certain to be challenged on the
basis of a constitutional provision
barring the use of public funds
"directly or indirectly" to aid sec-
tarian schools, it was predicted
here.
An estimated 35,000 pupils in
Jewish schools in New York City
are expected to benefit from the
new law.
Attorney General Louis Lef-
kowitz disclosed that he had
warned the governor that there
were serious questions about the
constitutionality of the new law,
which becomes effective Sept. 1,
1966.
Jewish organizations, most
Orthodox, have endorsed the bill
and the parallel federal aid law.
The American Jewish Congress
has criticized the law as breaching
the church-state separation prin-
ciple.
The New York Times criticized
the new bill for the second time
in an editorial urging that a court
test be held. "If this law is consti-
tutional," the editorial declared,
"the State Constitution does not
me-an what it appears to say."
Similar editorials appeared in the
New York Post and New York
World Telegram and Sun. The
Journal-American, however, pub-
lished an editorial favoring the
newly enacted measure.)
Pupils in grades 7 through 12 in
non-public schools will be able to
order any textbooks approved for
use in the school district in which
the non-public school is located.
The local school board will be re-
quired to buy the books and lend
them to the pupils.
The state will reimburse local
boards up to $10 per pupil at an
estimated annual cost of $3,000,-
000.
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, director
of Torah Umesorah, National So-
ciety for Hebrew Day Schools,
said there was a "terrific short-
age" of funds for textbooks for
Jewish schools in New York City.

Ed .Shikany's

Eshkol Hails Rothschilds
as School Named for Them

JUDY HOLLIDAY

and to the end put up a gallant
fight for life, according to her
attorney, Arnold R. Krakower.
She gained fame in "Born Yes-
terday," a role she acquired on
three days notice, she won an
Oscar for her part in that play in
1951 and received other Academy
of Motion Pi c t u r e Arts and
Sciences awards. She had a high

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TEL AVIV — Tributes to the
Rothschild family and the Alliance
Israelite Universelle were paid by
the prime minister of Israel, Levi
Eshkol, during a ceremony recent-
ly at the Alliance Municipal Lycee
(high school and junior college
combined) here in the presence of
over 1,000 Israeli and French
leaders.
The ceremony took place on the
occasion of the naming of the
school after Bar on Edmond de
Rothschild (known as the father of
Palestine colonization), his son,
Maurice, and his grandson, Ed-
mond.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 11, 1965-9

Detroit Jewish Community will honor

BERNARD ISAACS

by the establishment of a forest in the

John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel through the

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND and will bear the name of
BERNARD and BELLE ISAACS' FOREST

at a testimonial dinner

Wednesday evening, JUNE 16, 1965, 6:00 P.M.

at Congregation Shaarey Zedek, 27375 Bell Rd., Southfield

• •





Guest Speaker, Senator Ernest Gruening of Alaska

In recognition of his years of dedication to Jewish education and culture, The
Jewish Community will participate in paying honor to Bernard Isaacs by planting
trees in the Bernard & Belle Isaacs' Forest in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest
in the Judean Hills, near Jerusalem and have their names recorded in a Book of
Honor to be presented to Mr. Isaacs.

Those wishing to make contributions of
trees in any amount phone the J.N.F.
office, UN 4-2767.

Couvert-25 trees per couple

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MORRIS J. BRANDWINE

SENATOR
ERNEST GRUENING
of Alaska

General Chairman

ABE KASLE

Guest Speaker

Honorary Chairman

INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS
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