Solemnized Aug. 23
MRS. GARY KAPLAN
The marriage of Gloria Adele
Golden, daughter of Mrs. Mau-
rice W. Golden and the late
Mr. Golden, of Oak Park, to
Gary Y. Kaplan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David K a p l a n, of Red
Bank, N.J., was solemnized in a
noon ceremony Aug. 23 at
Temple Emanuel, Oak Park.
A full length bridal gown of
ivory silk taffeta with empire
bodice was accentuated by a
sprinkling of seed pearls at the
front and a regal train clasped
to the back with a perky bow.
Wearing a fingertip veil of silk
illusion held to her hair by a
tiara, the bride carried a white
orchid and stephanotis fastened
by trailing white ribbons.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Marc Leon, of New Jersey, sis-
ter of the bridegroom. Other
attendants to the bride were
her sister s, Joyce Ann and
Francine Gayle Golden. The
bridegroom's best man was
Marc Leon, his brother-in-law,
and ushers were George Plant,
Jr., and Stanley Kraushaar,
both of New Jersey. Abraham
Golden, the bride's uncle, es-
corted her down the aisle.
The new Mrs. Golden, a June
graduate of the University of
Michigan, and her husband, who
is finishing his fifth year at
the U of M school of architec-
ture, will 'live in Ann Arbor
following their honeymoon
through upper New York State
Music and Entertainment
and his Orchestra
SEPT 4 thru 13
Stardom Is Planned tit
for Haya Harareet,
Israeli Movie Star
activities in Society
Dr. Martin Morrison, of Rochester, N.Y., visited with his
parents, the David Morrisons, of Turner Ave., on an overnight
stop before continuing on a six-week tour around the world.
A physiological chemist, Dr. Morrison will be reading a paper
at a 10-day convention of 30 scientists at Canberra, Australia.
He will return home the latter part of October.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burston, of Cherrylawn Ave., were
honored at a surprise 25th anniversary party given by their
daughters Alice and Barbara. Seventy-five relatives and close
friends attended the party held in Sammy's Avalon Room.
Mrs. Amelia M. Spunt, of 17400 Third, was reunited with
her niece, Miss Brita Stephany Milberg of Cheshire, Eng., Monday,
after a 19-year separation. Miss Milberg, who is in this country on
a six-month visa, studied dramatics in Australia, and plans to
resume her training on her return home. Before she leaves the
U .S., she will visit Washington, D. C., and New York. She has
also been the guest here of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
Berger, of Merton Rd.
In Detroit to help Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gellman, of Monica
Ave., celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary are their daughter,
Harriet, and grandson, Jeff, of Los Angeles, formerly of Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Eilbaum, of 12039 Broadstreet, will cele-
brate their golden wedding anniversary Saturday with a dinner
given by their children, Sam, Lou and David, at Sammy's in
Oak -Park. Wed in New York City, the Eilbaums have lived in
Detroit 46 years. They have three grandchildren and one great
The Sam Lindens of Ohio Avenue recently had as their
house-guests their son and daughter-in-law, the Allen B. Lindens
of New York. The younger Lindens' attended summer sessions at
Yale University in Connecticut and upon return to New York
will resume classes at Columbia University, where Mr. Linden
is presently doing post-graduate work. Mrs. Linden, a teacher
in the White Plains School system, is currently - working on her
Master's Degree at Hunter College, New York.
Lori Winson (Lillian Mendelsohn), former Detroiter who
has been making her home in Los Angeles for a number of
years, is visiting here with her brother, Abe Mendelsohn, of
In honor of their 50th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Gottesman, of 1153 Janette, Windsor, will be feted by
their children at a party Saturday at Zack's Kosher Catering.
Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mechanic, of Wisconsin Ave.;
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney GotteSman, of Windsor; Mr. and Mrs.
Armand Creed, of Washington, D. C.; and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Gottesman, of Los Angeles, Calif. Out-of-town guests will be
from Windsor and London, Ont., Maryland, Indiana, Texas and
Pioneer Women Sets 'Double Toy'
Pre-Convention Rally, Wednesday
"Double Tov", $10 for the
first decade of Israel's existence
and $10 for the next decade,
will be the theme of Detroit
Council Pioneer Women's 1959-
60 pre-convention rally at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday in the Morris
Schaver Auditorium of the
Hayim Greenberg Center.
A goal of $20,000 to bring
to the 16th biennial national
convention in Cleveland, Sept.
13-16, was announced by Mrs.
'Saul Rose, vice-president of
funds. She added that each $20
contribution b y Wednesday
will enter the contributor in the
competition for a free trip to
Israel, winner to be announced
at the convention.
"A Patch of Grass" a skit
depicting the work of Pioneer
Women, will highlight the rally
program. Directed by Cyretta
Morford, co-ordinated by Mrs.
Harold Noveck, and narrated by
Mrs. Ben Raben, the skit in-
cludes in its cast Mesdames
Frank Rath, Morris Richman,
Emanuel Bauman and Henry
Faigin, all of Aviva Chapter.
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Mrs. Rose, who recently re-
turned from an extensive tour
of Israel, will show slides of
her trip. Chairman will be Mrs.
Albert Herman, Moetzet Hapoa-
lot chairman, who will intro-
duce Mrs. Sam Wasserman,
newly-elected president of the
Following the greetings, Mrs.
Samuel Koven, accompanied by
Mrs. Victor Linden, will lead
in community singing.
Vets Offered Free
State Fair Admission
Free admission to the State
Fairgrounds on Veteran's Day
will be granted all veterans and
their families Saturday, pro-
vided they can show either dis-
charge papers or membership
card in a vet-
zation, it was
chairman o f
Mrs. Lupiloff Handicraft
items made by hospitalized vet-
erans from 30 Michigan institu-
tions will be sold in booth sec-
tion B6, Ave. B. Proceeds will
go directly to the veterans who
Veterans organizations, which
will aid in the sale of the gift
items during the 10-day fair,
will include thu Jewish War
Veterans on Sept. 5.
A special memorial service
will be held at 4:30 p.m. Satur-
day, with participants from 28
veterans organizations placing
wreathes at the Veterans' monu-
ment, at the Woodward side of
the grounds. The public is
invited to attend.
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer is planning a
"major buildup" f o r Haya
Harareet, the Israeli actress
who has the leading female role
in "Ben Hur," the $15,000,000
motion picture spectacular to
be released in November, ac-
cording to Variety, journal of
the entertainment world.
MISS JEAN SINKOFF
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sink-
off, of Meyers Rd., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Jean, to Dr. Bernard Gold-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldstein, of Philadelphia, Pa.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Wayne State University
chemistry department and has
done graduate work at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
Her fiance graduated from
the University of Pennsylvania
and received his doctorate in
chemistry from Rutgers Uni-
versity. He is now attending
the Philadelphia College of Os-
Plans are being made for a
"The drums have started to
beat with news about Miss
Harareet," the weekly reported.
It added that "Metro is sending
the press an elaborate kit, filled
with biographical material, gla-
mor stills of the actress and
disk with 'news about a new
heavenly body going into orbit.'
And to- give her added status,
Metro introduces her as 'Miss
President's Body On Bias
In Employment Gets Few
WASHINGTON, ( J T A ) —
Only 12 persons of Jewish faith
filed complaints of discrimina-
tion in federal employment over
an 18-month period, it was re-
ported by the President's Com-
mittee on Government Employ-
Jewish complaints were but
five percent of the total record-
ed, while Negro complaints to-
talled 85.7 per cent.
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