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March 18, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-18

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Common purposes and proj-
ects of all chapters affiliated
with the Mid-Eastern Region of
the National Council of Jewish
Women will come under discus-
sion , at the three-day regional
convention, which opens in De-
troit Monday, at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
The • conference, which ex-
tends through Wednesday, will
have the overall theme "Youth
and the Aging — Their Chal-
lenge to Council in 1960." Mrs.
Walter Lichtenstein is presi-
dent of the Mid-Eastern Region.
Serving as hostesses, resource
people and volunteer workers
at the parley will be many of
the 2,500 members of the De-
troit Chapter of NJCW, a group
active in many areas of com-
munity work.
Locally, Council conducts
English classes for new Ameri-
cans at the Jewish Community
Center, maintains the Center
Lounge fOr Older Adults, which
until recently operated in the
Council offices at 8436 W. Mc-
Nichols, and works • with the
Jewish Vocational Service in
soliciting sub-contracts for its
sheltered workshop and in se-

Old, New Boesky's

— A Fam4 Affair

A three-decker Bridgitte Bar-
dot corned beef and Swiss
cheese sandwich shares top bill-
ing with a whopping Jayne
ManSfield (turkey, corned -beef
and 'chicken liver) and a hot
pastrami and egg creation
named Zsa Zsa Gabor.- on the
"new" Boesky's sandwich menu.
But the names of these cul-
inary; treats are probably the
most' expensive words on the
Boesky menu, attracting fam-
ilies who desire a hearty meal
and ., the after-theater crowd
"nasherS.”
Cdhtifining a long tradition
beguh on ?12th- Sk near -down
town; Detroit-,,-the new Boesky's,'
at 20231 James Couzens special-
izes in kosher-style cuisine, such
as stewed hingen and miltz,
corned beef and cabbage, roast
kishka with brown kasha and
chicken broth.•with matzo balls
and farfel. _ -
But there are roast fresh
goose, prime rib of beef and
good' thick steaks, too.
Thus, star billing is the same
at both old and new Boesky's.
But the scenery is different. In
the •colorful old place were
crowded bootht ' and salami-
filled showcases.
In the James Couzens head-
quarters are a ,,modernistic all-
glass: entrance,: '_.paneled- walls
and. Ideep carpeling. A coffee
shop, cocktail bar, takeout de-
partMent and. .a .r;ark,it-yourself
car lot are other features of
the new Boesky's;
Open Sundays through Thurs-
days from 8 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.,
Boesky's stays open an extra
hour Ion Fridays and Saturdays
for the night owl crowd. A
strictly 'fraternal affair, the
new igade is : operated by Harry,
the old one by Abe and the
Brass; Rail by Bill Boesky.

.

curing jobs for hard-to-place
workers.
On the national scene, Coun-
cil activities are so extensive
that they sponsor, sometimes by
themselves and sometimes in
conjunction with other organi-
zations,, some 900 community
service projects for better edu-
cation, health and welfare.
Conference sessions will deal
with the area. of study groups
maintained by Council to keep
its membership informed on
such problems as peace, immi-
gration, education and other
areas of social action.
The conference will enable
an exchange of ideas and plans
on service projects, educational
meetings, membership cam-
paigns and the present fund-
raising drive for the new high
school of Hebrew University's
John Dewey
School of edu-
cation.
Mrs. Lewis
B. Daniels
and Mrs. Vic-
tor Shiffman,
co-chairmen of
the parley,
have arranged
three major
programs,
which will be
open to all
Council mem-
bers and their
families.
Mrs. Daniels
These in-
clude a luncheon at 1 p.m.,
Monday, at which Mrs. Edward
Stern, national vice-president of
Council from Seattle, will be
speaker; an overseas luncheon
at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, when
Hannah Stein, executive direc-
tor, will address the delegates;
and the concluding banquet
Wednesday evening, to be ad-
dressed by Dr. Clarence B.
Hilberry, president of Wayne
State University.
Mrs. Milton HeSslein is presi-
dent' of Detroit NCJW section.

Crown Chain Opens
6 Shoe 'Supermarkets'

Six "shoe supermarkets" were
opened simultaneously in the
Detroit area this week by Crown
Self-Service Stores, a rapidly
expanding Midwest chain, with
40 outlets in Illinois, Wisconsin,
Indiana, Ohio and now- Michi-
gan.
According to Robert L. Wolf,
president of the firm, the op-
eration is based on "the simple
but revolutionary idea that
shoe-fitting needs only a sense
of comfort and a pair of feet."
The Crown stores opened
Thursday at 13800 W. 8 Mile,
17750 Fenkell, 22901 Wood-
ward, in Ferndale, 14486 Gra-
tiot, 6668 Van Dyke and 6704
Roosevelt, in Allen Park.
Rows of slanted shelves are
stocked with every style of
men's women's and children's
shoes, clearly marked accord-
ing to size and separated with
wide aisles with plenty of chairs
for customer convenience, Wolf
said.

Traditional Passover Sedorim

Will Be
Conducted
at

LIBERMAN'S

MON. & TUES. EVE., APRIL 11 - 12

Limited Reservations

Call LI 8-1111

13821 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK

LISTENING

Paradiso Cafe Proves Popular Dining Spot

Whether it's a businessman's
luncheon or a full-course din-
ner, Detroiters seeking authen-
tic Italian dishes know they will
find the ultimate in dining
pleasure at Frank Raiti's Para-
diso Cafe, at 17632 Woodward.
A popular dining spot for
many years now, Paradiso's
offers a variety of Italian foods,
ranging from the generous anti-
pasto to such luscious desserts
as zombaglione and Paradiso's
own; home-made spumoni.
Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to
1 a.m., Paradiso's serves special
businessmen's lunches, dinners
and late suppers. The restau-
rant is closed on Sunday.
Proof of Paradiso's popularity
is in evidence at all times, with'
many Jewish groups holding

dinner meetings and committee
sessions there.
Available for club and bowl-
ing banquets, parties and spe-
cial events is a special banquet
room which can accommodate
150 people. For reservations,
call TO 9-3988.

A wise man will hear, and
will increase learning; and a
man of understanding shall at-
tain unto wise counsels.—
Prov. 1:5.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

1

THERE'S SOMETHING in
Sammy Woolf
the air, maybe a surprise for
And His Orchestra
folks attending this year's
UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
dinner-dance and show by In-
UN 3-6501
fants Service Group, April 3,
at Latin Quarter . ... Enter-
tainment Chairman Eleanor
Riseman has it well camou-
flaged . . . This -is affair num-
ber 26 for ISG . . . Comic
Morty Gunty, songster Howard
FINEST "French" Cuisine ..
Lear and three orchestras will
definitely be on hand . . . What
else, remains to be seen . . .
BUSINESS MEN'S
The rhythms of Hal Gordon,
Panchito and The Townsmen
LUNCHEON—$1.00 Up
will make for continuous music
SUNDAY.
DINNER—$1.75 Up
throughout the evening . . .
Shirley Merson is president of
1:00 to 5:00 P.M.
■■■■
Infants Service Group . . .
Sylvia Rosenberg and Jennie
Koppelman are this year's
dinner-dance chairmen . .. At-
tendance last year was about
1300 at Masonic Temple . . .
Imported Wines and Beers „.
Upwards of a quarter-million
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mon. thru Fri., 11-2:30 Lunch. Mon. thru Thurs., 5-9;
dollars has been donated to
Fri., 5 p.m. til Midnight; Sat., 5 p.m. til 2 a.m.; Sun. 1-10
charity by ISG in 26 years .. .
18455 LIVERNOIS, between 6 & 7 Mi. Rd.
UN 1-8591
Proceeds again will be given
to the charities which this won-
derful group supports . . .
Its original case work still goes
on; taking children of indigent
families, from time of birth
until the age of five, supplying
them with necessary needs .. .
Monies garnered from annual
29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mile
fund-raising affairs also go to-
Open Daily 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. Closed Mondays
ward the assistance of Detroit
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinner
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE
Association for Retarded Chil-
CALL THOMAS McINERNEY — EL 6-9222
dren and to help maintain the
Penrickton Nursery for Visu-
ally Handicapped kiddies . . .
ADAMS AT WOODWARD
ISG is responsible, by the way,
AT AN

for establishing the first con-
UNBELIEVABLE
SERVED FROM 5 TO 9 IN
sulting clinic for parents of re-
OUR THEATRE LOUNGE
tarded children.
EVERY EVENING
* * •
Complete Dinner—from appetizer to dessert
FRED SWEET, Telenews
bossman downtown, noticed a
U.S. PRIME 12-OZ. FILET MIGNON
young boy at the box office
Introducing Bill Franko, former chef at the
Diners' Club and
buying a ticket, last week .. .
American E
LONDON CHOP HOUSE
press Cards
Fred asked him why he wasn't
Hosts to Detroit: William Boesky and son, Ivan
Honored
in school, and the boy earnestly
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
replied, "Oh, it's allright, sir.
inated and smoked fish, dozens of hot and
I've got the measles."
cold dishes. Complete Continental Kitchen
* * *
—steaks, chops, lobsters, duck, etc. Beautiful private dining rooms for
Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25. Dinner from $2.95.
FINGERS ARE crossed for parties.
FREE PARKING 1014 E. JEFFERSON WO 2-1042
the disappearance of snow and
3020 GRANT/ RIVER Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
maybe the appearance of a
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
.robin or two by the time March
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods tor
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
23 rolls around . . . since this
is the day for the 13th annual CHOP HOUSE
Goodwill Luncheon of Jewish
War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
. . . and a time when the gals Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. .short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
don their new spring finery "Served as you like it."
Open 24 Hours
for the first time . . The 20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 11/2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
luncheon brings together wo-
CHOICE LIQUORS
men of all vet groups in the MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
area, regardless of race or re-
Specializing in Pizza Pie a
and Famous Italian Foods
ligion, who have a common in-
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
terest in veterans work . . . and
is held at the JWV Memorial 7101-PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3, a.m.—UN 1-3929 -
Home on Davison . . . Goodwill
Luncheons have won for JWVA CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
a gold medal from the Freedom Serving- Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
Foundation for outstanding en- Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
deavor in • community relations
. . . Edith Partrich is chairman
Prime Beet at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem-
ises Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
of the afternoon festivities.
daily Open II a.m.-8 p.m.

NEW OWNERS

ANATOLES

WHERE TO DINE

McINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER MILL

BRASS RAIL CHOP HOUSE

$2 75

Siockhol

CARL'S

1 . 9371 W. 8 Mile, BIk. I. of Evergreen

Dr. Rosenberg's Mother BEEF BUFFET

at Son's Lecture Here

In an announcement of a re-
cent lecture by Dr. Bernard
Rosenberg at Wayne State Uni-
versity, The Jewish News er-
roneously stated that Dr. Rosen-
berg, a native Detroiter, was
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rosenberg.
Mrs. Rosenberg is not only
alive and well, she was one of
many Detroiters who heard her
son lecture on "Mass Culture"
last Thursday. Dr. Rosenberg
is an instructor of sociology
and anthropology at the New
School for Social Research, in
New York.

DUBBS BEEF BUFFET

• PRIME .BEEF • SHRIMP • LOBSTER
. - • DELMONICO STEAK
CHICKEN
13300 W. 7 MILE con LITTLEFIELD •
UN 4-7897
OPEN DAILY 11 8:30 P.M.; SAT. & SUN. to 9 P.M.



Chieorels'

Kenwood

VALE
FORMER EXEC..
LN HTER FO rAci rOGNRIVIERA.
nc—
in g 6 nights — Don

Pablo orch. Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet parties to 100.
Free P
-- OPEN
OPEN SUNDAYS -

FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH

KE 7-7377

The Cundari reach the finest
cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choe
k of Amer-

ican and European specialties.

Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din.
ners 640 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks
4 a.m.,

„.
20021 W. -McNichols cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — ICE 3-2766

23-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, March 18,

Council's Mid-East Region to Open Danny Raskin's
Three-Day Conference on Monday

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