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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December ' 15, 1961 — 18



I Men's Clubs

TEMPLE BETH AM MEN'S
CLUB will hold a New Year's
Eve party beginning 9 p.m. Dec.
•31 at Carpenters Hall. The public
is invited. The Sam Gruskoff
Quintet will play for dancing. A
floor show will feature comedian
'Jack Ripley and songstress Del
Carr. Favors and a buffet supper
will also highlight the evening.
For ticket information, call Sam
. Gaft, GR 4-3248, before Dec. 22.
* *
JERICHO LODGE, I.O.O.F.,
has elected Sherman Porvin as
noble grand for the coming term.
Others on the new slate of offi-
cers. include Jerome Friedman,
vice grand; Jack. Wasserman,
Augustus Zeidmar, secretaries;
Jacob Bacow, treasurer; and Jack
Natow, deputy. A social evening
Will be held Saturday at the
Jericho Temple, 18495 Wyoming.
Entertainment and latkes will be
featured.
* * *
OAK PARK LODGE NO. 591
recently elected- its officers for
1962. Elected worshipful master
was Jack Green. Other officers
are I. Robert Stahl, senior war-
den; Alex Lipson, junior warden;
William Stahl, secretary; Hy An-
kerman, treasurer; Ted Stone,
senior deacon; Rudolph J. _New-
man, junior deacon; Arthur • Luz-
kow, senior steward, and Allan
Silverman, junior steward. -Ap-
pointed officers are Al Bennett;
chaplain; Harry Levitan, tiler;
Cantor Louis Klein; soloist; Mor-
rey Katz, marshall, and Joe Tur-
ner, Oscar Gorelick, Fred SChri
ber, Sheldon Max, Benny Ruben-
faer and Ernest Solomon, stew-
ards. • The annual dinner-dance
honoring newly-elected and ap-
pointed officers will be at 8 p.m.
Jan. 20 at Holiday Manor. For
reservations, call. Al Zeitlin, LI'
7-4668.
* * *
MOSAIC LODGE NO. 530 re-
cently held its election of offi-
cers. Marvin Shusterman was
elected worshipful master;' Dr.
Nathan Starman, senior warden;
Douglas. Purther, junior warden;
Mitchel Goldstone, senior _ dea-
con; Aaron Katzman, junior dea-
con; Max Rosner, treasurer, and
Theodore Isaacs, secretary. In-
stallation will be at 8 p.m. Dec.
2'7 in the Scottish Rite ',Cathe-
dral, Masonic Temple. Dancing
and a buffet in the Fountain
Ballroom will follow. There is no
charge for members and friends.

`Jewish Youth Night' Culminates
Week Proclaimed by Mayor Miriani

Kozin's Restaurant Announces Hours

Kozin's. Kosher Restaurant, Friday, and 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
20340 W. Seven Mile, has an- Sunday. Kozin's is the only
nounced its hours are 11 a.m, restaurant in Michigan of
to 9 p.m. Monday through the constant supervision of the
Thursday, 11 . a.m. to 4 p.m. Council of Orthodox Rabbis.

ME PERFECT GIFT

for Any Occasion . .

Mayor LOuis C. Miriani is shown here presenting the
proclamation setting this week aside as Jewish_ Youth • Week.
From the left: Maurice Brandwine, Mayor Miriani, Kerry Ozer
and Dr. Israel Wiener.
* * .*
A special program featuring Refreshments will be served.
the participation of all Jewish
Dr. Israel Wiener is chairman
youth groups in the city' will of the Youth Committee. Par-
culminate "Jewish Youth ticipating groups will include
Week" as • proclaimed by Mayor the Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
Louis C. Miriani (Dec. 11-1'7), tions, Michigan State Temple
7:45 p.m. Saturday at the Jew- Youth, United Synagogue of
America, Leaders Training Fel-
ish Center.
Sponsored and planned under lowship, Habohim, Hashomer
the auspices of the Jewish Na- Hatzair, Student Zionist Organi-
tional Fund Council of Detroit, zation, Young Israel and Center
"Jewish Youth Night" is being youth groups.
carried , out by a • steering com-
mittee comprised of members
of each your organization.
Each' group will present a
brief skit relating the work it
does in the community.
Judge Nathan Kaufman will
moderate a panel on "The Role
SUBURBAN LODGE will hold
of Jewish _Youth in America."
Panelists will be Cheryl a Hanukah party for children and
Schwartz, Mickey Shur, Bruce adults of all faiths 1:30, p.m.
Kutnick and ' Larry Hartstein. Sunday at the Eagle School at
Representing the adult view on Middlebelt and 14-Mile roads.
the panel will be Roslyn Kane, The BBYO will present a skit
senior staff member of the De- about this holiday. Suburban
troit Commission on Children Women, under the guidance of
Mesdames Arnold. Michlin and
and Youth.
Don Ronen of New York, Harry Levin, will serve refresh-
assistant director of the Jew- ments. Program chairmen are
ish National Fund Youth De- Joe Sheldon and Ted Friedman.
partment, will lead the assem- President Larry Trager invites
blage in singing and dancing. the public to attend,
* *
ISRAEL BNAI BRITH
ADULTS. will hold its
Marilyn Rosen Will YOUNG
annual square dance 8 p.m.
Saturday. at "Carpenters Hall,
Wed Philip Dano
featuring Jim Schultheis as
caller. The "Do-Si-Do" is a stag
or drag affair. Refre;shments
and prizes will , highlight the
evening.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will' hold a
Sports Stars Will
general meeting at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday. in 272 Jewish Center.
Attend Stanley Steamer
A film, "Boy in the Doorway,"
Open House Sunday.
will be shown. Dorothy Gold-
berg will be auctioneer at the
The Stanley Steamer, a $100,-
auction following the film. -
000 steam bath and health club,
will hold open house 1 p.m. to
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP-
10:30 p.m. Sunday in advance
TER will make stuffed animals
of its official opening on Tues-
at its next meeting; 8:30 p.m.
day.
Tuesday in the home of Mrs.'
The new facility, which en-
Charlene Firestone, 20165 Chey-
compasses 7,000 square feet at
enne. The toys will be given to
13425 Capitol, Oak Park,. includes
the Penrickton Nursery for the
16 individual private steam baths,
MISS MARILYN ROSEN
Blind. Members are asked to
each with its own shower and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosen of bring stuffing, needle and
dressing room, a large hot-rock
thread and trimming and deco-
steam room which accommodates Fern Ave. announce the engage- rations that the children can
15 persons, a massage room, ment of their daughter, Marilyn feel, such as bits of fur, buttons,
solarium, exercise room, lounge, Frima, to Philip Seymour Dano, felt, angora, feathers, etc.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Berko Zdano-
TV room and snack bar.
• • •
Sports personalities from the wicz of San Juan Dr.
PISGAH LODGE will_ hold , a
The bride-elect is ,a graduate business meeting at 8:30- p.m.
Detroit Lions, Tigers, Pistons
and Red Wings will be on hand of Highland ParkJunior College, Monday- at the Hayim Greenberg
for Sunday's open house. Coffee having majored as a medical Center. Guest speaker will be
and cake will be served. Each assistant. Her fiance is a gradu- Dr. Lawrence Yaffa, director of
vistitor to the open house will ate of the University of Michigan the Covenant Credit Union.
School of Business Administra-
receive a free pass.
Women's hours for the Stan- tion, where he was affiliated with
ley Steamer are 9 a.m. to 2 Delta Sigma Fraternity. He Legislative Committee
a.m. (all day-) Monday; 9 a.m. to now is employed as a security of Pioneer Women to
2 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and analyst.
Hear Enianuel Mark
Friday; and 9 a.m. to noon on. A June 14 wedding is planned.
The Legislative Committee of
Saturday. Men's hours are 2 p.m.
Detroit Council of Pioneer
to 2.a.m. Tuesday, ThirtdaY and WC Branch Plans
Women will meet 1 p.m. Dec.
Friday; noon . to 2 a.m. Saturday;
21 at the Hayim Greenberg
and 9 a.m., to 2 as.m. (all day) New Year's . Party -
Center. -
on Wednesday and Sunday.
Worknien's C i r c l e 'Branch
Guest speaker will be Eman-
460-E is planning a New. Year's uel Marls executive director of
Center M'lave Malkah
Eve- party, to be held at the the Detroit Labor Zionist Or-
Older adults at the Jewish Center, which will feature a ganization. He will speak on
_Center will conduct a M'lave home-cooked dinner, favor s, "The History of the John Birch
Malkah Saturday, Dec. 23, at dancing and a floor show. For Society,. Its Menaces and
8 p.m. The program includes information, call Anne Yelen- Dangers, and What We Can Do
entertainment, refreshments, sky, LI 6-3514, or Norma Brown- About Them." Friends are in-
folk and Israeli dancing,
stein, UN 1-1855.
vited.

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