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December 09, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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The Kutnick Cousins'. Club will hold a Hanukah party 3-5 p.m.
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Cohen of Oak Park,
announces PreSident Bess Brodsky.

MISS BARBARA YARROWS

Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Yar-
rows of Lauder Ave. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Barbara, to Jerome Sitner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sit-
ner of Burton Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior
at Wayne State University. Her
fiance attends the Des Moines
College of Osteopathy and Sur-
gery. A June wedding is
planned.

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Kik-
oler of Hubbell Ave. announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
David Jonathan, will be held
8:30 p.m. Dec. 16 at Temple
Israel. A reception will be held
in his honor following the ser-
vice in the Leon Frain Hall.
*- * *
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Frankel of
Pembroke Ave. announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, David
G., will be held 8:15 p.m. today,
at Temple Emanu-El in Oak
Park. An oneg shabbat in his
honor will follow the, services
in the Esther Katzman Hall.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Pleasant
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park, an
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Perry, -wil be held Saturday
at Cong. Bnai Moshe.

Junior Primrose Club
Holds Eighth Annual
Donor Lunch Tuesday

Junior Primrose Club wil
hold its eighth an
luncheon Tues
Manor.
Proc
the luncheon
and
ook will go to
th
oit Association
arded Children.
The mat. prizes
ive-day
Manor,
composit
free we
ay
Camp.
eserva-
tions, call
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Tilchin-Aaron First in Civic Center
Plan with Cadillac House Openii

Formal opening ceremonies umns whose shapes were ev
were held Wednesday for the through sculptural and str
Cadillac House Motel, the first study. The column form a
private civic center area redevel- more slender and is less v
opment project to be completed. able to damage from cars th
The objectives of the Cadillac a conventional rectangular col-
House Motel project, as outlined umn of similar strength and area.
by Asher N. Tilchin and Stanley
Werbe Associates' interior
L. Aaron of Tilchin-Aaron Motels, signs include a uniquel
to Architect Sanford Rossen, ished room making •
of an
A.I.A., and Raymond A. Werbe island chest, lug
receiver,
Associates, interior designers, screen and bed
ch combine
were: to provide distinctively . to form a sof
vider partition.
designed buildings consistent This unit th
provides a com-
with the aesthetic spirit of the fortable parlo rea and dressin
Civic Center and to provide a room w
ithi n
adillac House's
better basic motel room and standard motel
size.
variety of accommodations, per- I A variety of th
mitting flexible servicing of the room suite arrangements in a
needs of Convention visitors, tion to conventional luxury parlor
commercial travelers, and vaca- units are available.
tioners.
All rooms have television,
The solution took the form of radio and electronic control pan-
100 units in two elevator serv- els, completely self dialing tele-
iced buildings: one, two stories phone system, writing accommo-
raised on stilt columns over part dations,- luggage receivers and
of the parking area; the other, highly flexible lighting facilities.
three stories. Carefully designed I Heating and cooling are indi-
planting areas are worked into vidually unit controlled with
the total plan.
superior winter comfort provided
The color design of its exterior by a combination of circulated
employs black and gold-yellow warm air and individual electric
accents against a background of heat units.
white, grey and charcoal. The I ' Additional on-site faciliti
buildings are completely fireproof a fine restaurant-co
and were built through the ust of and meeting r
Struct
Youtz-Slick Lift Slab System. _
gineers were R.
The lift slab system hydraul- H. Mc
Associates. Mecha
ically lifts giant concrete flat ical
Electrical design were
slabs into securing positions from by ' gdal and Layne of 0
their casting location on the Par
ground.
th Tilchin-Aaron m •
sive concrete girders and elude
'ngham House
for separate plaster on and Cranb
use Motel.
as eliminated, thus
lower building with Albert Zack Will
eful and expansive

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1947
a member of the board of
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Chairman from 1949-1954.
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or and roof slabs were
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ed hexagonal precast col-

finder Assembles
Original Staff for
Opening of Lucerne

The entire original staff of
the Miami Beach Lucerne Hotel,
from the owner to the service
manager, will be on hand when
the hotel resumes operation Dec.
15.
B. I. Binder, builder and
owner of the hotel, made a spe-
cial effort to assemble the staff
that helped him make the first
year of Lucerne operation the
most phenomenal success in Mi-
ami Beach history.
Opened in 1955, the Lucerne
had an occupancy count that
was ten per cent above average
at premier season rates.
Said Binder, "wherever an-
other hotel employes one bell
boy we will employ two, and
where one waiter is used we
Will employ two, Our policy will
be, service, and still more serv-
ice. That's what the guest is
paying for and that's what he
will get."
Binder has successfully oper-
ated the Ritz Plaza, the Sor-
rento, the Lucerne, and other
resort operations on the Eastern
seaboard. Until now the Lucerne
had been leased to another
group.

Direct Farband
Camp's 33rd Season

Albert Zack, counselor at
Dow School, has been appoint-
ed director of Farband Camp
for the coming 33rd season, it
was announced by Morris Gel-
fand, camp chairman.
For three years, Zack has
been director of the Northwest
Day Camp a: the Jewish Center,
and for one year was director of
the Children's House Day Camp,
associated with the Children's
Orthogenic School.
Zack announced that the Far-
band Camp Reunion will be
held 1 p.m. Dec. 26 at the Hay-
im Greenberg Center. Former
campers and their friends are
invited. A program is planne
and refreshments will
served.

Waldman Hotel Pr
for Teen Vacation
Trips to Miami Beac

The New Waldman Hotel, lo
merly the San Marino, is now
the only hotel under the auspices
of the Waldman family in Miami
Beach.
All arrangements are being
personally supervised by Sam
and Morris Waldman and their
brother-in-law, Ted Landseman.
They announce the teen-room
is being completed to greet the
influx of youngsters expected for
Hanukah-Xmas vacations as an
added attraction.



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Mrs. Morris Rothman, former Detroiter now • living in
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Northfield Blvd. Mrs. Rothman is enroute to visit her daughter
arch of Dimes campaign asi..
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Mrs. Anna Gold of Fairfield Ave. has departed for Europe to
visit her children, Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Gold, and grandson, Lee.
Dr. Gold is stationed temporarily. in Germany with the U. S. Army.

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