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June 17, 1966 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, June 17, 1966

R oge r Siegel ,711arr1 es
Miss _Bonnie Goldberg

Ruby Sane,
Jury Rules

A jury of seven men and five
women found Jack Ruby legally
sane after a 10-minute delibera-
tion in Dallas Monday.
One of his attorneys, Sol Dann
of Detroit, said "We are going to
appeal everything." It is possible
that Ruby's lawyers will appeal
directly to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Dann held that the trial of Lee
Harvey Oswald's killer was il-
legal because of two points:
1. There was no valid verdict in-
the Ruby murder case because
Judge Joe B. Brown disqualified
himself by writing a book about
the case. A post-sanity trial may
be held, Dann said, only when
there is a valid verdict.- (No rul-
ing on this has come from any
court.)
2. Ruby's constitutional rights
were violated by the sanity trial
because if he is granted another
trial on a charge of murdering
Oswald (the assassin of President

People Make News

DONALD J. BARNETT, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Barnett of
Pontiac, a recent graduate from
the Harvard Law School, has been
appointed an assistant in the col-
lege of liberal arts at California
State College.

*

* *

Dr. SAMUEL SANDMEL was
named Distinguished Service Pro-
fessor at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion,
according to an announcement by
President Nelson Glueck.

*

* *

applications in political science, to
be held at Virginia Polytechnic
Institute. Dr. Stitelman will dis-
cuss his current research in pub-
lic administration computer auto-
mation at the conference.
* * '*
Navy Lt. Samuel James Gordon
received his master's degree in
mechanical engineering and naval
science from Silas-
sachusetts Insti-
tute of Techno-
logy June 10th.
Lt: Gordon has
been appointed
by the Navy to
pursue further
studies at MIT
toward a doc-
torate. Gordon, a
gradutae of Cass
Technical High
Lt. Gordon
School, received
his bachelors degree in industrial
engineering from the University of
Michigan in 1959. The son of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Gordon, 18680
Prairie, he is currently residing
in Watertown, Mass. with his wife,
Marjorie, and two young daugh-
ters.
* * *
Mrs. LOUIS GITELMAN, of the
Bronx, will be chairman of the 41st
annual convention of Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America
to take place Oct. 30 through Nov.
2, in the Shoreham Hotel, Wash-
ington.
*
*
MRS. HOWARD SHAPIRO was
elected vice president of the new-
ly organized Oakland Branch of
the Michigan Association for Emo-
tionally Disturbed Children.

federation of labor, was reelected
as a member of the governing
board of the International Labor
Organization, a United Nations
specialized agency, which has been
holding its annual assembly here.
Of 102 votes cast for this post by
the labor representatives who are
delegates to the assembly, Becker
polled 60, the second highest num-
ber cast for any of the labor mem-
bers of the governing body.
* * *
Bud Chamberlain, president of
B. F. Chamber-
lain Real Estate,
announces t h e
promotion of Ron
Galperin as man-
ager of the Oak
Park office, Cool-
idge, south of 10
Mile Rd. He suc-
ceed s' Lincoln
Newland, w h o
now is in charge
Galperin
of the Western
Division and director of sales edu-
cation.

DONALD H. GORDON, profes-
for of law at Wayne State Uni-
versity's Law School, has been ap-
pointed staff assistant to Mitchell
Rogovin, chief counsel of the In-
MRS. ROGER SIEGEL
ternal Revenue Service in Wash-
Bonnie Marsha Goldberg and ington.
* * *
Roger James Siegel were married
Sunday at Beth Abraham Syna-
The appointment of GAYNOR I.
gogue. Parents of the couple are JACOBSON as executive director
Mrs. Rebecca Goldberg, 15418 of United Hias Service was an-
Northgate, Oak Park, and Mr. and nounced by Murray I. Gurfein,
Mrs. Nathan Siegel, 19451 Ward. president.
* * *
The bride is the daughter of the
late Mr. Melvin Goldberg,
Stuart Freedman, son of Dr. and
The couple is honeymooning in Mrs. David Freedman, 18644 Oak,
the Smokey Mts. and will reside in has been named to the pulpit of
Ann Arbor.
the summer con-
gregation Bnai Is-
rael of Petoskey.
Freedman, 24, is
in his second
year at Hebrew
Union College at
DETROIT POST 135 and AUX- Cincinnati.A
ILIARY will hold a social 8 p.m. 1964 graduate of
Thursday at the Labor Zionist Ins- Wayne State Uni-
titute. The program is arranged versity, he taught
by Nathan Fields, and will include in the Detroit
Max Schrut
the presentation of awards to aux- school system twc
For
Good Photographs
rears
before
go-
•iliary members for outstanding
Freedman
and Prompt Service
work during the past year, and the ing to the seminary.
* * *
Call Me at
* * *
Woman of the Year Award, plus a
Prof. T.F,ONARD STITELMAN of AUGUST SCHOLLE, president
film. There is no charge, and re-
freshments will be served. On July the Political Science Department of the Michigan AFL-CIO Council,
6, the post and auxiliary will spon- of Wayne State University has was elected president of the Michi-
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
sor an evening on Bob-Lo. For res- been awarded a National Science gan United Fund.
We Come to Your Home
* * *
With Samples
ervations, call Morris Simon, BR Foundation grant to attend a three
AHARON BECKER, general sec-
TY 5-8805
UN 4.6845
3-3167, or the department office, week conference on mathematical
retary of the Histadrut, Israel's ,
342-8161.

JWV

BLAIR STUDIO

*

JACK RUBY

* *

DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
Kennedy), testimony in the sanity
recently installed the following of-
trial can be used against him.
ficers: Ethel Arden, president;
Ruby himself appealed from
Frances Green and Kate Rautbort,
the witness stand for the jury to
vice president s; Vera Zendel,
find him sane. This was done
treasurer; Rose Sharkey, patriotic
over the objections of his lawy-
instructress; Nellie Berger, con-
ers.
ductress; and Freda S h i f f m a n,
Dann insists that anti-Semitism guard. A joint social with the post
was resorted to in the original will be held 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
charges against Ruby.
the Labor Zionist Institute. A queen
Paying a compliment to the will be chosen for outstanding serv-
prosecutor, Henry Wade, Dann ices of the year.
* * *
said: "I have great respect for
Henry Wade as a gentleman, a JWV Will Present
good lawyer, an able prosecutor,
but it is difficult to understand Americanism Award
why he permitted his assistant, The Department of Michigan
William Alexander, to withhold Jewish War Veterans will present
material testimony and to make its 1966 Americanism Award to the
prejudicial remarks about Ruby Detroit Free Press for its series
by calling him 'the Jew boy from of articles on extreme rightest
Chicago' and to make unfounded groups in this country, according
charges that Ruby had connections to Department Commander Char-
with Oswald and communism. This les Isackson. -
The award will. be presented at
is injurious to the many good peo-
the Silver Anniversary convention,
ple in Texas.
Sunday at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Americanism chairman is
past department commander John
Ne mon.
WOULDN'T IT 6E NICE

* * *

IF DENNIS MATURED
AS QUICKLY AS' OUR

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Lydia Slakter to Get
Life Membership in
the American. Legion

Rosenwald Post, American
Legion, will join its auxiliary in
honoring an auxiliary member
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Beth
Yehudah.
Lydia Slakter will be presented
with the American Legion life
membership citation for her serv-
ice throughout the years to Ameri-
can Legion, and for her community
fund-raising programs and non-
sectarian activities.
Rosenwald Post has three life
members: Past Commanders Dave
Kay and Joseph Shapiro and Serv-
ice Officer John Jacobson.
Rosenwald Post and Auxiliary
will be represented at the Ameri-
can Legion, Department of Mich-
igan convention here in July. •

Beaubien Junior
Nigh to Draw
Northwest - Youths

The values of the Beaubien
Junior High School focal points
were emphasized this week, in pre-
paration for the open house to be-
held June 18 to acquaint the com-
munity with the new public school
project.
See Editorial, Page 4
The school, bounded by Wyom-
ing, St. Martins, Pinehurst and
Pembroke, will open in September
with feeder schools being Higgin-
botham, McDowell, Schultz, Van-
denberg and Vernor.
Low-sized classes and an ad-
vanced curriculum is expected to
make the project an outstandingly
creative force in Detroit, educa-
tors and parents who have become
acquainted with the project, stated.
George Monroe, former principal
of Hampton Elementary School,
will be the principal. He has al-
ready begun working on Beaubien
plans and has outlined the curricu-
lum. A staff workshop will take
place before school opens.
Bernard Coker, assistant director
of the department of planning and
building studies, conducted a tour
of Beaubien for members of the
Beaubien Action Committee and
administrative staff. The construc-
tion of Beaubien is based on the
"House Plan." Coker indicated that
under such an organizational ar-
rangement, youngsters would par-
ticipate in a "school within a
school." Students would spend two-
thirds of their time within a House,
serviced with curricular offerings
in science, social studies, math,
foreign language and English. Each
House will be located in a separate
wing of the building with only
one-third of the students' time be-
ing spent "outside" of this decen-
tralized unit, i.e., in homemaking,
gymnasium and vocational educa-
tion.

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