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September 24, 1965 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Ohio Woman GivesC ampus $250,000

A gift of $250,000 by the widow
of a prominent real estate man
will ensure construction of an
auditorium for the Middletown,
Ohio, campus of Miami Univer-
sity. The donor is Mrs. Gladys
Finkelman of Middletown, sister
of the late Sam Fisher of Detroit
and a frequent visitor with her
sister-in-law here.

Named for her husband, the

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completion next fall.

Mrs. Finkelman said she was
making the $250,000 available for
a campus auditorium because her
husband, a building and loan as-
sociation founder as well as real
estate m, an, "loved Middletown and
the people of Middletown. He was
especially interested in young peo-
ple and he was a firm believer
in providing the best education
for them."
Mr. Finkelman, whose o w n
schooling was limited, worked his
way up in the business world from
a childhood of adversity.

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Rabbi Moses Lehrman will give
the tribute to Eugene Weiss at the
Bnai Moshe testimonial dinner
6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Harry
Roseman Social Hall of the con-
gregation.
Weiss is being honored as "Bnai
Moshe Man of the Year."
George Jessel will head the pro-
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From LONDON, ENGLAND

and His ORCHESTRA

MRS. BENJAMIN CRAINE

Victoria Joy Miller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Miller of
E. Roycourt Ave., Huntington
Woods, and Benjamin H.. Craine,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rubin
of W. Outer Dr., were married
Sunday at Temple Beth El.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz officiated
at the evening ceremony, after
which the couple received guests
at a dinner-dance in the Mediter-
I ranee and Versailles Rooms at the
Hotel Ponchartrain.
When they return from their
trip to the East, the couple will
make their home in the Scotia
IManor Apartments.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Rob-
ert Grant Lenhard, was matron
of honor. Nikki Edes of Chicago
was best man.
Seating the guests were Kami
Ajgoankar of Philadelphia, Gary
Charlestein of Wynnewood, Pa.,
Lewis Coopersmith of Brooklyn,
Edward Goldman, Allan Gould,
Roger Grekin, Perry Krauss, Rob-
ert Lenhard, Paul Miller and
Michael Stulberg.
The bride wore a gown of Brus-
sels lace over peau de sole. Fash-
ioned in modified Empire style,
the bodice of the gown had a
square neckline formed by a scal-
loping of the lace, elbow-length
sleeves and a belt of peau de soie.
The straight, floor-length lace skirt
formed an apron that revealed a
pouf of the peau de soie at the
back. The six-tiered, finger-tip-
length veil of silk illusion was
caught to her head by a Dior bow
of peau de soie, appliqued with
the Brussels lace. She carried a
cascading arrangement of Phae-
lanopsis, Stephanotis, mums and
orchids, resting on a ruffle of
heirloom lace which was part of
the wedding gown of her great-
great maternal aunt.

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I Rabbi Lehrman to Give
Eugene Weiss Tribute

PESICK-SIMON: Elaine Marsha
Simon and Paul Irving Pesick were
united in marriage by Rabbi Benj-
amin Gorrelick before members
of their immediate families. Par-
ents of the couple are Mr. and
Mrs. David Simon of Heyden Ave.
and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pesick of
Ilene Ave. After a dinner at Topin-
ka's Country House, the newly-
weds left for a New York honey-
moon. Upon their return they will
take up residence in Detroit.

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