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July 16, 1965 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-16

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Goldstone-Bigelman
Betrothal Told in N.Y.

activities in Society

Akiva School Completes 1
Staff Selection for Fall

The appointment of Mrs. Elaine
Sherman as first grade general
studies teacher at the Akiva He-
brew Day School completes the
academic staff for the forthcoming
year. Mrs. Sherman, a graduate of
Temple University, Philadelphia,
has taught first grade in Philadel-
phia and in the Oak Park school
system.
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of
the Akiva Hebrew Day School an-
ounced that
'that school would
reopen Sept. 8
with t h e follow-
ing faculty: Mes-
dames Barbara
Pick, Elaine Sher-
man, Maxine Lie-
berson, Phyllis
Novetsky, Ethel
Goldstein, Estelle
Galper and Es-
ther Tatelbaum,
Skorski
Rabbi Martin Tatelbaum and Leon
Skorski. Skorski will be teaching
fifth and sixth grades. For regis-
tration, call the school, 342-9119.

George J. Feldman
Named First U.S.
Envoy to Malta

WASHINGTON (JTA) — An
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elliman toured Ireland last week and visited
American of Jewish faith, George
with Mr. Elliman's brothers and sisters and their families. This week
J. Feldman, 60-year-old New York
they were guests in England of members of Parliament and were
attorney, was nominated by Presi-
entertained at the House of Lords and House of Commons.
dent Johnson to be the first
Relatives from Detroit, Windsor, Toronto, Kitchener and as far
American ambassador to Malta.
west as California recently gathered for a Cohen family reunion at the
Feldman is one of the original in-
home of Mr. and Mrs. - Murray Cohen, 18115 Illiddlebelt, Livonia,
corporators of the Communications
Sharon Duchan, 18444 Northlawn, has been elected a news
Satellite Corp.
editor of the undergraduate student newspaper, the Observer, at
Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women in New York. The
FOR THE BEST IN
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Duchan, she graduated cum laude
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
from Mamford High School in 1963. While in high school, she
also won the Quill and Scroll Yearbook Award and the Scholastic
Writing Award. A 20-year-old education major, Miss Duchan will
And His Orchestra
enter her junior year at Stern College in September.
DI 1-1609
Jacob Garelick recently celebrated his 80th birthday at a cocktail-
dinner party at the Furniture Club. Mr. Garelick was honored by
the Monte and Julius Meskin families, who made a contribution
Art Classes
MISS LESLIE GOLDSTONE
and inscribed his name in the Golden Book of the Jewish
Custom Picture Framing
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Goldstone National Fund.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schecket of Sherman Ave., Oak Park, held
of New Rochelle, N.Y., announce
the engagement of their daughter a garden party recently for friends and relatives in honor of their
Leslie to Donald J. Bigelman, son daughter Lois and her husband-to-be, Murray Asher of Atlanta.
Conveniently Located
Isadore Levin, president of Cong. Shomrey Emunah, his wife
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bigelman,
18090 WYOMING at Curtis
Lillian and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Faigenbaum, have returned
UN 3.1031
17159 Alta Vista, Southfield.
Miss Goldstone is a senior at from a month's visit in Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Resnick and family have taken up resi-
Michigan State University and a
member of Sigma Kappa sorority. dence on Wildwood Ave., Oak Park, after living in Mahopac, N. Y.,
Her fiance is a graduate of Mich- for the past six years. Mr. Resnick is associated with the firm
Truly the finest Music and
igan State University and an of Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith as a stock broker.
alumnus of Zeta Beta Tau His wife is the former Lois Tachna.
Entertainment for the discriminating
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gaines of Sussex Ave. are back from
Fraternity.
A Dec. 19 wedding is planned.
Minneapolis, where they visited with their son and daughter-in-law
and four grandchildren. Their son, Michael Gaines, is former
assistant director of the Anti-Defamation League Michigan office and
Offensive Page Deleted
now is executive director of the Minneapolis human relations agency.
After Complaint Filed
Arthur Davidoff, Navy radioman, will be returning home after
Lincoln
two years of duty in the Far East, stationed at Iwakuni, Japan.
by Rothschild Family
PARIS (JTA)—A partial victory The son of Mrs. Dorothy Davidoff, 15131 Oak Park Blvd., Oak
in
was won here by the Rothschild Park; the Oak Park High School graduate joined the Navy
ip
1960
and
has
spent
the
last
five
years
traveling
around
the
world
■ 13
13
SI
family, which had sought a com-
CI
He
plans
to
spend
the
next
nine
months
of
training
in
San
Diego.
plete ban against a new book,
Dr. and Mrs. Sol Q. Kesler of the Art Center Apartments
"The Jews," which, though fic-
tion, was deemed by the family as have as their guest their granddaughter, Julie Ann Kimelman of
You can still have your wedding or Bar Mitzvah
Northridge, Calif. Miss Kimelman plans to enter the University
offensive to its name.
CI story told in beautiful photographs
under $100!
of
California
at
Berkeley
in
September.
Judge Rouanet de VigneLavit,
A farewell dinner party was held recently by Iota Alpha Pi
who heard the complaint, filed by
Barons Guy and Edmond de Sorority, Nu Chapter, for graduates Rae-Jean Jacobs and Barbara
30--8x10 Photographs at $3.00 = $90.00
Rothschild and Baroness Beth- Michaels. Another honoree was Harriet Cohen, who became the 13
9.50
sabee de Rothschild, ordered part bride of James Stone July 4. The couple will be living in Cedar
1---8x10 Album
of one page deleted from the work Rapids, Ia.
Norman Ordower, president of the Laker Family Club, announces
because a passage casts doubt on
$99.50
the parentage of Baron Edmond. that the group will hold its annual picnic Aug. 1 at Oak Park Com- 13
THESE PRICES HAVE NOT
However, the attorneys for the munity Park. There will be gifts and prizes for the winners of games
Rothsehilds announced they would that are planned, and refreshments will be served. The program com-
CHANGED
IN 20 YEARS ! I
file a new suit, seeking damages mittee for the picnic includes chairman Toby Laker, James Laker,
Come
in

Let
us
help you with your
13
and demanding the deletion of Melvin LIermell and Maxine Ordower.
party plans and ... at no cost to you.
other passages.
The book, written by a well-
known novelist, Roger Peyrefitte,
CI 19164 LIVERNOIS
UN 4-8785
has been selling briskly since its
Block N. of 7 Mile
publication several weeks ago.
Some critics have stated that the
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15r
CI
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'NEW YORK — City College's one-sixth each to the departments
book would fan anti-Jewish senti-
ments, although Peyrefitte has de- Baruch School of Business and of rehabilitation and physical
Public Administration will receive medicine at Bellevue Hospital and
clared he is not anti-Semitic.
the bulk of Bernard M. Baruch's at Columbia University. The prin.
multimillion-dollar estate. The cipal of a $750,000 bequest to his
PHOTOGRAPHY by
funds will be used for grants and two children will pass to the
loans to students, it was announced Baruch School when they die, and
BERNARD H.
by lawyers representing the estate. another trust fund whose income
Probate red-tape will take a year goes to Mr. Baruch's son, Capt.
or longer. The 23-page will was Bernard M. Baruch, Jr., will go to
dated May 20, a month before Mr. the school when he dies. The
principal of a bequest of $200,000
Baruch died at age 94.
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Bequests of trust funds and out- i trust fund to his nurse also will go
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
right gifts totaling 52,266,500 were to the school.
Thus, the school will eventual-
made to individuals and organza-
tons. Most of this money is in trust ly receive 81,;50,000 from five
SHERIDAN GLAMOUR
funds that eventually will accrue trust funds plus two-thirds of the
AND HEALTH SPA
to the Baruch School of Business residuary of the estate, which
Only Women's Reduc-
is expected to far exceed the
and Public Administration, to be
ing Resort in the
Midwest
used in making loans and grants amount of the specified bequests.
Summer Pool-
Eleven bequests were made to
to its graduate and undergraduate
Open Year Round
organizations, including the Fed-
students.
821 LAKE SHORE DR.
Michigan City, Indiana
Two-thirds of the rest of the eration of Jewish Philanthropies
TR 2-8595
.1 estate will go to the school and and Montefiore Hospital for
Chronic Diseases, which will each

t
receive $25,000. Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, the Jewish Child Care Asso-
ciation and Cong. Shaaray Tefila
will each receive $10,000.
Many other philanthropies will
WHILE PAMPERING YOUR FURNITURE
benefit from Mr. Baruch's will, in-
You'll find our beautiful name-brand carpeting is the ultimate in
cluding the Metropolitan Museum
luxurious living! Come see new decorator colors, patterns, and weaves
by such famous names os Mohawk, Magee, Gulistan, and Aldon.
of .Art and Princeton University.
You'll be delighted!
A spokesman for City College
OPEN MON., THURS., FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
said the Baruch bequest was the
8 GAUGE
largest the school had ever re-
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