Ellen Shultz Engaged
to Alan E. Swartz
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes, presently guest of acting Governor
Hans Mandl at the Vienna music and drama festivals, attended the
Concordia Ball, given annually by the Austrian Press Association.
It was highlighted by the first appearance of Franz Jonas, the newly
elected president of the Austrian Republic, and the new Mayor of
Vienna, Bruno Marek. With Mrs. Kozenn Chajes were her Detroit
friends, Mrs. Clarence Enggass and Mrs. Grover Wolf; also Supreme
Court Justice and Mrs. Sigmund Bibring from Mexico and Mr. and
Mrs. S. Lessner from Munich, Germany. Dr. Johanna Kral, director
of the press bureau of the Viennese Tourist office entertained the
three Detroit ladies at a luncheon in the Palffy Palace.
Mrs. Harry Becker left for Rome where she will be one of the
delegates to the World ORT Congress which opens today. Mrs. Becker
is a member of ORT's national executive committee and is chairman
of expansion in southwestern states. This is the 25th year of her active
affiliation with ORT. In addition to her work in Michigan, having
served as president of the state's ORT region, she has organized ORT
MISS ELLEN SHULTZ
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shultz, 18412
Littlefield, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Ellen Hen-
drie to Alan Edward Swartz, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Lou Swartz, 15230
Northgate, Oak Park.
Miss Shultz attended Eastern
Michigan University and Wood-
bury College in Los Angeles, where
she was a member of Sigma Iota
Chi Sorority. Her fiance attended
Wayne State University.
An Oct. 10 wedding is planned.
Honored at 75
chapters Ohio, Virginia and Georgia. Her assignment at the Rome
sessions is on the Latin American commission.
Mrs. Florence E. Thav and William Hallen of Nic:olet Pl., were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thav in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Mr.
Hallen's first great-granddaughter and Mrs. Thav's first granddaughter
was recently born. Mr. Thav is regional manager for Western Union
International, Inc., for the Caribbean area, based in San Juan.
Lillian Shimherg Freeman of the Belchest Hotel entertained
friends last week in honor of Mrs. Nelson Singer and her daughter,
who have left for a summer in Europe.
Dr. Mark P. Owens has been
selected Sinai Hospital of Detroit
resident of the year after having
been chosen intern of the year in
Dr. Michael K. Rosenberg was
selected as intern of the year and
Dr. Harry A. Kashtan, attending
physician of the year.
The awards were made at the
recent annual Alumni Day activ-
ities of the Sinai Hospital Alumni
Association, the organization of
physicians and dentists who are
graduates of Sinai' s education
The awards to Drs. Kashtan and
Owens are based on their contri-
butions to intern education. The
inter naward is based on the per-
formance and potential of the
Dr. Owens, 22158 Dante, Oak
Park, a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, interned at
Sinai and now is a first-year
resident in surgery.
Dr. George Braman, first-year
resident in medicine, and Dr. Paul
Goodman, first-year resident in
pathology, received awards for the
best presentation of scientific
papers by a house staff doctor.
Dr. Braman, who is a graduate of
the State University of New York,
interned at Sinai, and Dr. Good-
man, who graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, also was an
intern at Sinai.
The visiting chief for Alumni
Day was Dr. David M. Spai n,
director of laboratories, Brook-
dale Hospital Center, and clinical
professor of pathology at State
University of New York, Down-
state Medical Center.
Reva Kowalsky Kukel and Jerome Stasson will present their
students in a piano and violin recital 8 p•m. Monday at the Baldwin
Misses Linda and Anita Smith, daughters of Mrs, Zelda Smith,
formerly of Southfield and now of Los Angeles, arrived here to spend
their summer vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Golsky, 25153 Pierce, Southfield, and with their aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weitz, and cousins, 15045 Rosemary, Oak Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenblatt of Monica Ave. will observe their
25th wedding anniversary June 23, the same day his brother Bernard
will observe his birthday. The Harry Greenblatts are planning to move
Philip Gilbert, prominent leader to Avon St., Oak Park, in a few weeks.
The last meeting of the season for the Cornfield Family Club will
in educational, Zionist and other
movements here, was honored by be 8 p.m. Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Kurtis, 22360
his family Sunday at a dinner at Chatsford Circle, Southfield.
Kingsley Inn, marking his 75th
Upon his retirement from busi-
ness five years ago, Mr. Gilbert
The six-day funarama, June 30 shows in Windsor Stadium, two
became active in
to July 5, of the 1965 Detroit- in the University of Detroit
a local movement
Windsor International Freedom Stadium.
to secure employ-
Some 2,500 boys and girls, ages
Festival, commemorating Canada's
ment for retirees
Dominion Day (July 1) and the nine through 18, will vie for 300
who needed acti-
U.S. Independence Day (July 4), awards during 12 hours of track
vities and in-
will feature parade s, sports and field competition at Cobo
comes. It has
events, international variety shows, Arena July 1. Meet sponsor is the
the legendary Canadian Mounties, Junior Chamber of Commerce,
that these ef-
' an artists market, band and sym- which conducts similar meets
forts, under a
phony concerts, and a variety of throughout the country as part of
its youth fitness program.
program set up
cultural exhibits and tours.
Other high points of the festi-
by the Jewish Vo
The jam-packed schedule was
outlined by Detroit Festival Chair- val include performances in both
have proven to be among the man Walker L. Sisler and Detroit cities by the Canadian Naval Band;
most, successful of their kind in Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh and a "Salute to Freedom Festival"
their across-the-border counter- concert by the Detroit Symphony
His current success in this ven- parts, Windsor Chairman Frank Orchestra, Valter Poole conduct-
ture is a continuing role in efforts Wansbrough and Mayor John ing; international sports car rally
and boxing show; four interna-
to elevate community causes. For Wheelton of Windsor.
tional variety shows, and a Cobo
25 years he has served on the
This year's festival is loaded
board of the United Hebrew with "firsts," including a first- Hall •square dance.
Schools and has been among the time apearance in this area of
Opening day highlight is the
leaders in membership drives and the Royal Canadian Mounted Po- traditional fireworks display on
in establishing relationships be- lice show troops and an indoor the Detroit River, sponsored by
the J. L. Hudson Company.
tween the schools and the local youth
track and field meet.
congregations. The creation of
The famed Mounties will deliver
joint synagogue-UHS school sys-
tems is due partly to his efforts. five performances of their spec-
A pioneer Zionist, Mr. Gilbert tacular "Musical Ride" — three
has served on the board of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit. He
roup Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal
Weiner Heads Group
is active in Shaarey Zedek.
of Akiva Hebrew Day School, has
When he came to Detroit in 1915, of Social Workers
announced the appointment of two
he became active in the Literary
faculty members for the academic
Dramatic Club and was active in
bringing to Detroit the great hu- tional Association of Social Work-
Joining the Hebrew faculty will
morist, Sholem Aleichem.
be Leon Skorski, a native of
Paying tribute to the memory of man for 1965-66
France, who spent his early years
his brother, Shlomo Gilbert, the at the 10th an-
in Israel, where he was a student
great poet and .story-writer who
of the Yeshivot Petach Tikvah and
was murdered by, the Nazis during meeting 'today.
the Ponevez Yeshivah and profes-
the Hitler invasion of Poland, Mr.
sional teaching seminaries. Skor-
Gilbert published a memorial vol- Chapter numbers
ski has taught at the Rabbi Moses
ume containing his brother's Yid- over 1,000 mem-
Soloveitchik Yeshivah in New
dish poems, short stories and
York City and the Hebrew Day
School, Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gilbert 40,000 members
Mrs. Estelle Galper has been
were married June 15, 1919. They throughout t h e
named sixth grade teacher in the
have three sons, Allan W., Dr.
general studies department. She
Weiner, a mem- Weiner
Daniel and Joseph, and 11 grand- ber of the budget and planning has been teaching for the past
staff of the Jewish Welfare Fed- five years in the Detroit and
R e d f or d Township Public
eration, has been director of
18 Graduate in Chicago
the arts and crafts division of the
CHICAGO (JTA)—Degrees and Allied Jewish Campaign since
Registration is now in progress
diplomas were conferred Monday 1962. Prior to that he was a re- for the coming school year for the
on 18 graduates at the 37th com- search caseworker for the Wayne children of kindergarten and first
mencement exercizes at the Col- County Juvenile Court, a case- grade. Special tutorial arrange-
'worker for the Jewish Family and ments in Hebrew are being offered
lege of Jewish Studies here.
Edwin Wolf II, president of the Children's Service and a visiting this summer only for students who
National Foundation for Jewish teacher in the Pontiac schools. He desire to enter the upper grades.
Culture and chairman of the pub- is a member and past president of
For information, call the school,
lication committee of the Jewish the Wayne State University School 342-9119.
Publication Society of America, re- of Social Work Alumni Board, and
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ceived the honorary degree of doc-1 has authored a publication on
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