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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, July 24, 1959 — 20

Stevensville Gets Set asl
Mardi Gras Goes North

The spirit of the New Orleans
Mardi Gras will provide gaiety
and excitement Aug. 23-30 at
the Stevensville Lake Hotel,
Swan Lake, New York.
As a climax to a full month
of activities there, said host
Harry Dinnerstein, the Mardi
Gras Week will feature mas-
querades, "star-studded shows"
and carnivals.
All summer, the hotel has
offered free golf.

Cohen-Woolf Rites
Solemnized July 21

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Ann°•unceine nts

July 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard L. Coskey (P a u 1 i n e
Prepsky), of 13330 Dartmouth,
Oak Park, a daughter, Adrienne
Rochelle.
* * *
July 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Ma t e n k y (Marilyn
Sas-an), of 19426 Burgess, twin
daughters, Linda Ann and Laura
Edith.
* * *
July 12 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Gruskin (Ellen Aver-
buch), of 15140 Sutherland, Oak
Park, a daughter, Gail Diane.
* * *
July 12 — To Mr and Mrs.
Gerald Kraft (Sandra Johnson),
Detroiters now residing at 177
Florence, Chestnut Hill, Mass.,
a son, Michael Stanton.
*
*
*
July 11 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Balamut (Shellie Kane), of
S. Norfolk Ave., a son, Marc
Joel.
* * *
July 9 — To Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Resnick (Lois Tachna),
formerly of Detroit, now resid-
ing at Lake Mohegan, N.Y., a
eon, Jeffrey David.
* * *
July 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Jor-
dan S. Raider (Rhoda Lynne
Karbal), of 20007 Meyers, a son,
Stuart Eric.

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July 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Leo
P. Rosen (Iris Topor), of 19506
Antago, Livonia, a son, Mark
Safnuel.
* * *
June 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Hershkowitz (Sylvia Lask,
of Detroit), of Bronx, N.Y., a
daughter, Vicki Karen.
* * *
June 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Abrumowitz (Sylia Ep-
stein), of 19168 Rensellor, Li-
vonia, a son, Michael.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Schwartz (Faye E. Mendelson),
of 20247 We y h e r, Livonia, a
daughter, Joanne Beth.

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RABBI
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MRS. MAURICE COHEN

The marriage of Margo Velva
Woolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Woolf, to Maurice Sey-
mour Cohen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Cohen, took place
at Holiday Manor Tuesday. They
will make their home in Detroit
following a honeymoon at the
Concord Hotel in New York.

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HARRY

will hold a fund-raising,
kick-off luncheon at 12:30 p.m.,
Monday, at the Maxine Sheldon
Garden s, in Williamsburg
Square. Mrs. John Adams, of
the Sheldon Charm School, will
be narrator for the day's main
highlight, "An Afternoon of
Charm." Mrs. Philip Edelheit,
newly-installed president of the
Metropolitan Detroit Women's
Council, is the scheduled
speaker. Mrs. Erwin Steinberg
is chapter fund-raising chair-
man, and Mrs. Emil Phillips
is Keidan president.
* * *

EAST SIDE LODGE and
CHAPTER will hold its annual
picnic beginning at 8 a.m., Sun-
day, at the Oak Park picnic
grounds. Gaines and prizes are
planned for members, their chil-
dren and friends. Those attend-
ing should bring lunches. Bev-
erages will be served.
* *
The first of a series of events
planned by REX LODGE in
celebration of its 10th anniver-
sary will be a day outing fol-
lowed by an evening dinner pro-
gram this Sunday. Beginning at
10 a.m., a family picnic will
take place at Kensington Park.
Ice cream, milk and soft drinks
will be supplied, and there will
be counselors to care for the
children. Games, prizes, swim-
ming and other activities are
planned. A buffet dinner and
cocktail party will be held at
8:30 p.m., that evening, at Rain-
bow Terrace, with dancing and
entertainment by comedian Jack
Costello. Friends and neighbors
are invited. For reservations,
call Harry Carris, TY. 6-2800.

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A ctivities

The board of trustees and
committee chairmen of the Beth
Abraham Men's Club will hold a
dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Zack's Catering Hall
on Dexter Blvd., Willie Opperer,
president, has announced.

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BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB
is planning its annual picnic to
Bob-Lo on Aug. 9, when mem-
bers, their families and friends
will leave on the 10 a.m. boat.
Games and prizes are planned
for both adults and children.
For tickets or information, call
Harry Warsh, TO. 5-1566; or

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BY HENRY LEONARD

Rosenwald AL Post
Stands Ready to Aid
Veteran and Family

During the summer lull, all
veterans' problems of the Julius
Rosenwald Post of the Ameri-
can Legion are being handled
by past commander Joseph
Shapiro, who now serves as
service officer.
Shapiro this week stated that
he is ready at all times to assist
any veteran and to snake certain
that the veteran receives all of
the benefits to which he is
entitled.
The Rosenwald Post, now
entering its 29th year as the
only Legion post in the state
comprised of Jewish veterans,
has been active throughout the
year both in veterans work and
as a participant in Jewish com-
munal causes.
Among its methods of assist-
ance to veterans and their fam-
ilies are financial scholarships
to children of former GIs, visit-
ing the sick and providing other
aid to vets.
Regular meetings of the Post
Copt.1958, Leonard P1.1(11(11.1
will be resumed with an instal-
lation program on Sept. 13,
after which the group will meet
on the second and f our t h
Wednesday of each month, at
Cong. Beth Y e h u d a h, 17556
Wyoming.
For information, call Shapiro
of Center Theater is presently
meeting with Jerome Bayer, at UN 1-6039.
Center dramatic director, to
The congregation of hypo-
consider full-length productions
which will be staged next sea- crites shall be desolate, and
son in the 500-seat Aaron De- fire shall consume the taber-
nacles of bribery.—Job 15:34.
Roy Theater.

Center Theater Elects Zemon
as First 'Full-Season' President

Julian Zemon has been elect-
ed president of Center Theater,
an adult play-producing group
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, which this fall will open
its first full season.
Other new officers are Ralph
Bernstein, vice-president; Gloria
Sher, secre- '
tary; C a r o 1
Lefton, treas-
urer; Sarah
Stein, histor-
ian; and Ethel
Levine, mem-
bership chair-
m a n . Named
to the board
are Sol Belin-
s k y, Bernard
Gross and
Ruth Hurwitz.
The theater
group climax- k,
ed the year
recently with
a garden party -
Zemon
in the Birm-
ingham home of Carol Lefton,
when a tape recording of Shol-
em Aleichem's "A Tale of
Chelm," staged by the group
during Center Dedication Week,
was heard.
The play-reading committee

The theater group is an ac- •"*.o0•••••••• ■■•■••■■■■••■•••■•0V
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drama committee. Leon S. Way-
burn and Mrs. Sidney J. Winer
Master of Ceremonies
are co-chairman of the commit-
and his Orchestra
tee.
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