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September 13, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, Sept. 13, 1974

Cleveland Heights
Mortgagees Aided

FIRESTONE

CLEVELAND, (JTA) —
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bearing notes of up to $100,-
000 to synagogues and other
agencies willing to loan funds
Available For All Occasions
for mortgages for home pur-
20 years experience.
chases by such families.
MAGICAL MEL
Cleveland Heights is a sec-
547-2464
tion with many Jewish insti-
tutions and the community
has a substantial interest in
keeping it a viable Jewish
area. Rabbi Marvin Spiegel-
man, director of the Federa-
tion's Heights Area Project,
said there was already a
Group remedial reading
commitment of $25,000 from
classes by experienced
one synagogue "which we
reading teacher. $5P° per
have begun to use in our
hour. Classes are small
funding program." He said
allowing individual attention. there was a strong demand
Convenient earlier evening
for funds from prospective
sessions.
Jewish home buyers.

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Jewish couples want to live
in the Heights section, be-
cause "they recognize that
they can raise their families
in an environment where
Jewish life is plentiful and
real, and where the realities
of an integrated society are
also present." He reported
that since the start of the
mortgage assistance pro-
gram, a total of $95,000 had
been provided for loans to
home buyers in the Heights
area, previous to the new
funding which could bring
the total to more than $250,-
000.

Theodore Bikel came to
Detroit to sue Cong. Shaarey
Zedek on a charge of the
synagogue having broken a
contract for his appearance
here in 1970; Abraham Satov-
sky, the volunteer attorney
for the synagogue, main-
tained that the famous enter-
tainer had not signed a con-
tract and Judge Clarence
Reid Jr. ruled in favor of the
synagogue.
This, in summary, is the in-
teresting result of a judicial
two-day debate that took
place in the Southfield Mu-
nicipal Court Monday and
Tuesday.
Mrs. Peter Martin, who
negotiated for the Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood with Bikel
in September of 1969 for an
appearance here the following
April, gave testimony to
prove how the women had
consistently asked Bikel to
ei rp, contract; how
he had procrastinated; how
he had been given until Dec.
1 to sign and submit his con-
tract and did not do so until
after the expiration date.
Bikel's attorney, Joseph
Golden, maintained that a
verbal contract existed and
that Shaarey Zedek was re-
sponsible for the agreement,
and Bikel insisting his repu-
tation was damaged, sued for
$10,000.
Judge Reid, in his ruling,
upheld the claim made by
Satovsky that the contract
must be signed and delivered,
and that the claimed verbal

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contract is not binding.
Also appearing at the hear-
ing was Attorney Er nest appearance here was not by
Levin in behalf of the agents,
Cole and Rive, who also were the Shaarey Zedek synagogue
but by its sisterhood.
sued by Bikel.
Bikel made a personal ap-
pearance at the hearings to
press his claim against
Shaarey Zedek. It was not
until the case was being
heard by Judge Reid that it

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