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July 01, 1955 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-07-01

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-15

Friday, July 1, 1955

Montefiore Lodge
Gift for Campers

Representing Montefiore Lodge
No. 12, Free Sons of Israel, Mrs.
REUBEN R. WEINER, chairman
of the camping committee, and
LEON S. SCHEMBECK, president
of the lodge, presented Monte-
fiore Lodge's annual contribu-
tion to the Fresh Air Society's
Campership Fund, to NATHAN
MILSTEIN (left), president of
the society. Montefiore Lodge
is the second oldest Jewish or-
ganization in Detroit, having
been chartered by the Grand
Lodge in 1864. The lodge is one
of the largest yearly contributors
to the Fresh Air Society.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late Morris
P e l a v i n acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent be-
reavement.

: FOR YOUR DANCING •
and ENTERTAINMENT
: PLEASURE
• •


. SAMMY
i e WOOLF

And His Band

• TE. 4-7730 or WE. 4-0879:

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GREZ'S
Hungarian Village

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N. of the 8600 Block of

Danny Raskin's

en ai terid

LISTENING

HOWARD PEARL,

ace pub-

licity representative for United
Artist Film Corp., is currently
ballyhooing the picture "Not As
a Stranger" in Detroit with ex-
tra fervor since fellow New York
University a I u m n u s, Stanley
Kramer, is director-producer of
the epic . . . Kramer headed
directly for Hollywood immedi-
ately after graduating from
NYU about 16 years ago, his
head filled with ideas to put
into scripts . . . Howard also
eventually wound up in the
movie industry, only on the
other side of the fence as he
puts it . .. Howard did a bit of
reminiscing about Kramer, who
he fondly refers to as the "Boy
Wonder" . . . Going to Hollywood
from NYU, Kramer got a job at
Columbia as a -"grip," the term
given a sort of handy man
stage hand who works with the
camera crews . . . He then went
on to just about every kind of
job available in film creating
. . . In the meantime, Kramer
kept writing scripts, and eventu-
ally became an assistant pro-
ducer at Columbia . . . He was
only 27 years old, but had defi-
nite ideas about producing his
own pictures.
"Everything he touched turn-
ed to magic," commented How-
ard, "and somebody wound up
either winning an academy
award or hitting the road to
stardom" . . Kramer's first
picture, "Champion," was not
only a huge box office success,
but "made" Kirk Douglas . . .
Few had ever heard of 1954
Academy Award winner •Marlon
Brando when Kramer first star-
red him in "The Men" which
turned out to be another hit
. . . Jose Ferrer forged to the
top in Kramer's next film,

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Week-ends and Evenings included

LEO ADLER, Inc LEADS
DE SOTO DEALERS in U.S.

Sidney J. Karbel, first vice-
president of District Grand
Lodge No. 6, and Jack Caminker,
president of the Greater Detroit
Council, will lead a local delega-
tion of 250 men to the 87th
DISTRICT 6 convention,
to be held this week-end

in Chic a g o. Delegates will
hear talks by Philip Klutznick,
president of Supreme Lodge, and
Gov. Williams, who will speak on
his trip to Israel at Tuesday's
concluding banquet. Heading
District committees at the parley
will be Samuel W. Leib, Hillel
Foundations; Milton M. Wein-
stein, social welfare; Alfred H.
B o u n i n, resolutions; Melvin
Weisz, councils; Harry Yudkoff,
budget vice-chairman; Dr. Law-
rence I. Yaffa. BBYO; and Harry
N. Katz, membership retention.

* * *

Mrs. LEONARD SIMS. past
president of PISGAH CHAPTER
and of Women's District Grand
Lodge No. 6, recently was ap-
pointed national chairman of
membership and retention for
the Supreme Women's Council,
directing both American and
Canadian chapters in their mem-
bership drives.
* * *
Jack Mann assumed duties as
president of MOTOR. CITY
LODGE at installation ceremon-
ies recently in the Mayfair Room.
He replaces Jack Gilbert, who
was given the past-president's
Menorah pin. Also installed by
Maxwell M. Lowe, general corn
mitteeman for District Lodge No.
6, were Leon Magid, Sid Schec-

"Cyrano de Bergerac" .. . Then
came the sleeper . . . "High
Noon" grossed $5,000,000 and
was the "Oscar" winning talk of
the country.
In keeping with Kramer's
Academy Award touch, "Not As
A Stranger" has four "Oscar"
winners . . . Frank Sinatra,
Broderick Crawford, Gloria
Grahame and Olivia DeHaviland
(twice) . .
* *
STANLEY KRAMER is only
39 years old, and married his
wife Anne after completing pro-
duction on "The Men" . . . He
met her while doing research
for this film at a hospital for
paraplegics in Birmingham, and
Anne, at one time a polio vic-
time herself, was entertaining
wounded veterans at the hospi-
tal . . . She had graduated Phi
Beta Kappa from the Univer-
sity of Southern California and
had three years of pre-medical
training before deciding to pur-
sue a dramatic career .. .
THE MOST UNUSUAL screen-
ing of his career was put on by
Howard, last week, when he
showed the film "Not As A
Stranger" before 450 doctors,
nurses and internes at Henry
Ford hospital .. . most of them
in their hospital uniforms in
the auditorium . . . The hospital
was equipped only for 16mm
film, but Howard brought in two
35mm projectors and gave an
authentic professional screen-
ing.

FOR ALL
YOUR

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New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and other big cities.

Leo Adler, Inc., hit the top of
the list in Michigan and was
fifth among 2,730 DeSoto
dealers in the U. S. for sales
in May, it was announced by
A. B. Nielsen, general sales
manager of DeSoto Motors
Corp.

rnarkable increase of sales on
D e S o t o s and Plymouths.
Brand insists that each per-
son seeking information on a
car be given all the time and
detailed explanation neces-
sary, to develop a real sense
of confidence in Leo Adler,
Leo Adler, Inc., at 3000 Fen- Inc., as a good place t_o buy
car.
kell between Linwood and a
Livernois, handles Plymouth According to the steady ex-
and DeSoto cars. This dealer pansion of its car sales, Leo
has won national attention Adler, Inc., expects to win
because of its method in sell- top honors month after
ing cars. And the sales rec- month this year.
ords show that car buyers Adler's salesmen, singled out
approve, also.
for special praise included
Sidney Brand, general man- Leon Magid, sales manager;
ager, credits the personal at- Dick Canaan, Lou Ryke, Abe
tention and down-to-the-last Moss, Iry Lewis, Dennis
penny figuring given every Chestnut, Pat McCarty, Ben
individual deal for the re- Paull and Seymour Feldman.

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AcittiteteJ

LIBERMAN'S

ter and Julius Chupak, vice-
presidents; Julius Berkowitz,
Philip Wedes and Irving War-
saw, secretaries; Samuel Good-
man, treasurer; Joseph Levine,
warden; Harry Techner, guard-
ian; Jack Gilbert, chaplain;
Martin Switzer, assistant chap-
lain; Jack Mitnick, board chair-
man; Herman J. Utchenck, Sol
Charnes, Marcus Block, Isadore
Schechter, Martin Switzer. Ben
Thal, Max Krugel, Buddy
Schaeffer and Morris Rubin,
trustees.

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Home Delivery Service

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Famous for Fine Food

DINNERS 4:30 to 9:30 • AFTER THEATRE SNACKS
Businessmen's Lunch 11:30 a.rn. to 3 p.m.
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Escorted Ladies admitted only after 3 P. M.
Ladies admitted any time in main dining room and lounge.

Open Sundays from 5

Your

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Host .

Mitchell R. Housey

WHERE TO DINE

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Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 6 to
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World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods for more
than 26 years. All Beef aged in our own cellars.

ROBIN - HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods,
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Air-Conditioned . . . Parking Facilities .

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PHARMACY

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Prescriptions Accurately
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18246 WYOMING at Curtis

UNIVERSITY 2-2520
Italian-American Dish Our Specialty
Complete Dinners Served from S to S
p.m.
Carry-Out Service
Hours: Open weekdays, Tues., Wed., Thurs., 11:30 a.m. to 12 midnight;
Fri., Sat., 11:30 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. Closed Monday.

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We Cater to Families and Parties
Full Course Dinner: $1.50 up
15508 Livernois
Open Sun.
UN. 2-9775

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1

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Serving: Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
Music by Muzak
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