Out-of-town guets here to attend the Bar Mitzvah of Edward Lee
Wiener, son of Dr. and Mrs. Israel Wiener, which was solemnized
Saturday morning at Cong. Ahavis Achim, were: Jack Lyons, Santa
Monica, Calif.; Miss Esther Weine, Dr. and Mrs. Simon Weine and
son Howard, Dr. Mary Weine, Dr. Eli Singer and son Ricky, Chicago;
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Glazer, Anderson, Ind.; Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gold-
berg, Fairborn, 0.: Mr. and Mrs. Al Bellowe, Michael Jacobs, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Meltzer, Mrs. Helen Meltzer, Gerald Meltzer, Miss Linda
Meltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meltzer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
; Meltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newman, Akron, 0.; Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Lauer, Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Serwin, Pontiac;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Deitch, Houston, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Besdin,
Syracuse, N.Y.; Dr. and Mrs. Al Ross and daughter Sara, Westfield,
N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiener, Toronto.
Mrs. Harry E. August and Mrs. Arthur I. Gould are co-chairmen
of the planning committee for the annual meeting of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's Division to be held Wednesday at the
Jewish Center. Mesdames B. Benedict Glazer, Saul J. Rubin and Max
Stollman are co-chairmen of the reception committee; Mrs. Samuel
Barnett and Mrs. Miles Jeffe are decorations committee co-chairmen;
Mrs. Hugh W. Greenberg is chairman of the promotion committee;
and Mrs. Bruce. Thal is chairman of hostesses.
At a dinner party for the immediate members of their family,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown, 18285 San Juan, celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary. Attending the party were their children, Mr.
and Mrs. William Brown of Parkside Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Weiss of Warrington Dr., and five grandchildren.
Mrs. Marguerite Kozenn Chajes left on Monday for Vienna, as
the guest of the Viennese Mayor Hans Mandl, to attend the Mozart
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dreylinger, 21910 Avon, Oak Park, will attend
the graduation of their son-in-law, Dr. Allen Waldman, from the
Des Moines School of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery.
Marilyn Hope Mittleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mittle-
man of Birwood Ave., was recently initiated into the University of
Michigan chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Doneson and their daughters have returned
from a tour of northern Michigan's resorts and a brief stay at the
Shanty Creek Lodge in Bellaire.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Green, of 17350 Prairie, celebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary on May 30. Open house at their home was at-
tended by relatives and close friends on Sunday.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf, 21821 Parklawn, Oak
Park, honored their parents at a cocktail party in honor of the Wolfs'
25th wedding anniversary.
The Sherman Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Center, 2240 Dougal, Windsor.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pritz will hold a cocktail-dinner party at 6
p.m. June 14 at the Oak Park Manor Crystal Room, in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Arthur Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goren, 17895 Alta Vista, Southfield, recent-
ly returned with their children from a trip to Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Trager and Mrs. Gerald M. Trager will at-
tend the • graduation of their son and husband, Dr. Gerald M. Trager,
from the Chicago College of Osteopathy.
Larry Schiller of Huntington Woods, who will be graduated this
month from Cranbrook School for Boys, has been selected to receive
an International Schoolboy Fellowship, sponsored by the English
Speaking Union. Larry is one of 47 boys chosen from Prep Schools
throughout the states to spend a year of study in England and will
by at Horsham, Sussex, near London. He is the son of the Maurice
Judge Ira G. Kaufman was a lecturer at the recent Probate
Seminar of the Michigan Probate and Trust Section of the Michigan
Bar Association held at Boyne Mountain and Shanty Creek, Michi-
gan. Judge Kaufman gave two lectures, and, in addition, was the
speaker at the afternoon meeting of the wives of the Judge's and
lawyers in attendance. Close to 1,000 people attended the Seminar.
Judge Kaufman will again lecture on the topic "Sale of decendent's in-
terest during the administration of the estate by fiduciary" at the
Seminar to be held at the Sheraton - Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. on
Mr. and Mrs. David Fealk, formerly of 8801 Kingswood, are now
living at 1300 E. Lafayette.
Miss Elaine Rosen, daughter of the Irving Rosen; of Ludlow Ave.,
Huntington Woods, received the Best Thespian Award for dramatic
accomplishments, the Elks Youth Leadership Award and National
Honor Society membership prior to graduation from Berkley High
School. She will enter the University of Michigan in the fall.
Mrs. Dina Superstein, 23531 Marlow, Oak Park, attended the recent
dedication of a forest of 10,000 trees in honor of Newark Hadassah
leader Mrs. Benjamin E. Gordon. Mrs. Superstine was visiting her
son, Edward, head of the pharmacy department of the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Center, Jerusalem.
Israel Stamps in Honor of Olympics
MRS. BRUCE COLTON
Gloria Roni Gorman, daughter
of the Manuel E. G-ormans, 22903
Bellwood, Southfield, became the
bride of Bruce Lawrence Colton
Sunday at Temple Israel. Rabbi
M. Robert Syme officiated.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol R. Colton, 10125
The bride wore a gown of silk
peau de soie with bell-shaped
Belgian lace sleeves. The A-line
gown featured a full, detachable
train extending from her shoul-
ders. She carried a bouquet of
white Calla lilies.
Mrs. Norton Weiss, the bride-
groom's sister, was matron of
honor, and bridesmaidis were Mrs.
Alan Shepherd, Linda Spoon,
Abbey Stern and Nancy Ellias.
Best man was David Jonathan
Colton, assisted by ushers Ronald
Reicin, Joseph Allen, David Gar-
field, Michael Roth, Ashley Gor-
man, Norton Weiss and Alan
Following a honeymoon trip to
Jamaica and Miami, the couple
will live in Ann Arbor.
Odd Fellows Honor Golani-Fleischer
Canadian Members Troth Is Announced
In accordance with a proclama-
tion by C. Everett Murphy of
Oklahoma, sovereign grand mas-
ter of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows of the World, that
the month of July be designated
as International Goodwill Month
in honor of the Canadian mem-
bers of the Order, Jericho Lodge
is making plans to host all Odd Fel-
low lodges in the metropolitan area
during June and July.
In a letter under the signature
of Jerome Friedman, noble grand,
all Odd Fellow lodges are asked
to join with Jericho Lodge in the
observance of International Good-
will Month by conducting a mem-
Arrangements have been made
for the conferring of the several
degrees by outstanding degree
staffs from Detroit and Windsor
lodges, with the initiatory degree
to be exemplified June 16.
The second degree will be
exemplified by Dr. Campbell
Lodge, Windsor, at Jericho Tem-
ple. Diamond Lodge will portray
the third and final degree on July
7, also at Jericho Lodge.
Dr. Blockstein Receives
WSU Faculty Adivsor Award
Dr. William L. Blockstein, 24100
Seneca, Oak Park, assistant to the
dean and associate professor at the
College of Pharmacy, Wayne State
University, has received the an-
nual Distinguished Faculty Ad-
visor's Award from the WSU Beta
Eta Circle of Omicron Delta Kap-
pa, national leadershtip honor
WSU President Clarence B. Hil-
berry presented the plaque award
to Dr. Blockstein at the pre-gradu-
ation "Swing-Out" ceremonies for
June graduates, May 28, at the
Rackham Educational Memorial
Dr. Blockstein was cited for his
"outstanding leadership and serv-
ice in student activities in the Col-
lege of Pharmacy and for a record
Judge Levin on CJFWF of unselfish devotion and interest
in campus activities."
He was also the guest at the
The third overseas delegation of Circle's initiation banquet.
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds will go to Eu-
rope and Israel on June 29 to un-
dertake a comprehensive three-
week appraisal of philanthropic
programs, needs and problems of
paramount interest to American
Jewry. Judge Theodore Levin is
the Detroit member of the dele-
Led by Louis Stern of Newark,
Council president, and Irving
Kane of Cleveland, past Council
president and current chairman of
the Overseas Services Committee,
the delegation of outstanding lay
and professional community lead-
ers will survey the work of over-
seas institutions and agencies in
England, France and other coun-
tries of Western Europe, and in
Following its return, the delega-
tion will present its findings and
recommendations to U.S. a n d
Canadian Jewish communities, and
to the General Assembly at St.
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Louis in November.
in many' designs an
400 Delegates From .35 States
To Attend Meeting of Brandeis'
National Women's Committee
Representatives of Brandeis
University's 73,000 - member Na-
tional Women's Committee will
take over the Waltham, Mass., cam-
pus Sundaf for their 16th annual
Conference Chairman Mrs. Israel
Goldman of Belmont expects at-
tendance by more than 400 dele-
gates from chapters in 35 states.
The Women's Committee, respon-
sible for the entire support of the
university's library, has 120 chap-
This is our Everyday
Discount on Sterling Silver
Special conference committees
are under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Henry Cooke, Rochester, N.Y.,
elections; Mrs. Oscar Zeman, De-
troit, credentials; and' Mrs. Michael
Addison, New York City, rules.
MISS SHULAMITH GOLANI
Mr. and Mrs. Zwi Golinborski
(Golani) of Tel Aviv announce
the engagement of their daughter
Shulamith Golani to James S.
Fleischer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Fleischer, 24050 Jerome, Oak
Miss Golani is a graduate of
Levinsky Teachers College of Tel
A Dec. 27 wedding is planned.
Music the Stein-Way
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MADE TO ORDER
A CALL or ANNA K ARBAL
SAM ROSEN BLAT
Master of Ceremonies
Dance and Entertainment
Party Arrangement Specialist
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
Four commemorative postage stamps in honor of Israel's partici-
pation at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo have been issued by the
Israel Ministry of Posts. Designed by D. Reisinger of Tel Aviv, the
multicolored stamps are available in denominations of 50 (17 cents),
30, and 12 and 8 prutot. The stamps, which show (from left) football,
basketball, discus-throwing and running, are printed by photo-
gravure and are 34 cents a set. Ornamental first day covers are
available at 35 cents. Place prepaid orders for stamps and first day
covers with the Philatelic Services, Jerusalem.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 5, 1964
Al Beigler, Your Host