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THE. DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 29, 1960-30

7.

Conservative Sisterhoods to Hold
Conference May 16-17, at Henrose

The first conference of the ary and the Mathilde Schechter
Michigan Branch of the Nation- Residence Hall for teachers.
al Women's League, United
The conference is open to all
Synagogue of America, to be Sisterhood members, among
held in Detroit, will take place Whom are Adas Shalom, Ahavas
May 16 and 17, at the Henrose Achim, Beth Aar o n, Bnai
Moshe, Evergreen, Shaarey Ze-
Hotel.
Dr. Edward Neufelu, rabbi dek, Detroit; Beth Shalom, Oak
of Cong. Ahavas Israel in Grand Park; Livonia Jewish Cong. and
Rapids, will be guest speaker Sisterhoods in Flint, Bay City,
at the opening banquet, which Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Mt.
is dedicated to the organiza- Clemens, Pontiac, Saginaw and
tion's Torah Fund. Rabbi Mor- Ann Arbor.
Mrs. Isadore Leetnan is con-
decai S. Halpern, of Oak Park's
Cong. Beth Shalom, will key- ference chairman. She is assist-
note the adult education ses- ed by Mesdames Harry Markle,
Jack Shenkman, Adolph A.
sions .
Winkler, chairman of registra-
Among the national and com- -
tion; and Sidney Weinberg, To-
munal leaders who will be here
rah
Fund chairman.
to conduct workshops, seminars
and plenary sessions will be
Mrs. Harold M. Kamsler, of Rho Pi Phi Fraters,
Norristown, Pa., a vice-presi-
dent of the National Women's Ladies to Plan Parley
Rho Pi Phi fraternity and its
League.
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel, of Ladies, Auxiliary will meet
Detroit, is president of the jointly on Wednesday evening,
Michigan Branch, which com- in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
prises some 5,000 members in Norman Shapiro, 15140 Dart-
mouth, Oak Park. Co-hosts will
16 State sisterhoods.
Affiliated with the Conserva- be the Seymour Baskins.
Final arrangements will be
tive movement, the branch as-
sists Sisterhoods in activities made for the regional conven-
concerning Jewish education, tion, being held May 14 and 15,
leadership training, program- at the Statler-Hilton Hotel.
Recently elected as officers
ming, fund-raising, m e m b e r-
of the fraternity are Stanley
ship and related subjects.
Primarily a service organiza- Elkiss, president; Louis Silver,
tion, the group sponsors two vice-president; Paul Mittleman,
major fund-raising activities, a treasurer; and Phillip' Bolton,
Torah Fund to help maintain secretary.
Auxiliary officers are Mes-
the Jewish Theological Semin-
dames Audrey Elkiss, president;
Edith Kowalsky, vice-president;
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
Pauline Markman, treasurer;
and Ruth Mittleman, secretary.
Sammy Woolf

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

FINEST "French" Cuisine .

NINNI ■
1 BUSINESS MEN'S

LUNCHEON—$1.00 Up
SUNDAY DINNER—$1 . 75 Up

1 :00 to 5:00 P.M.

ANATOLES

Imported Wines and Beers

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
LOUIS MARSHALL Lodge,
Mon. thru Fri., 11.2:30 Lunch. Mon. thru Thurs., 5-9;
Bnai Brith, has reason to be
Fri., 5 p.m. til Midnight; Sat,, 5 p.m. til 2 a.m.; Sun. 1-10
proud in celebrating its 25th
UN 1-8591
18455 LIVERNOIS, between 6 & 7 Mi. Rd.
aniversary with a dinner-dance,
May 1, at Tam O'Shanter Coun-
try Club. . . . As the second
oldest BB lodge in the city,
Marshall's enviable, work and
distinguished membership were
quickly recognized. . . . It was ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
15 years ago that a member's Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. .ihort Orders. DeliciouS Hamburgers.
daughter was injured in an auto "Served as you like it."
accident in Niles, Mich. .. . The
Open 24 Hours
1 /2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
need for blood was urgent. . . . 20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 1
At 2 a.m., Walter Berlow got on
20600 PLYMOUTH,

1 Mi. E. of Telegraph
the telephone, pulled seven
Open 7 Days A Week
members out of bed and all
rode to the hospital at Niles to
Luncheons — Dinners — Cocktails
Dancing, Entertainment
give blood by direct trans-
fusion. . . . This was one of the
Beautiful Banquet Room, accommodating up to 400 Guests
main contributing factors to the
FOR RESERVATIONS: BR 2-3040
starting of a Bnai Brith Blood
Bank shortly afterward. . . .
BA CHOICE LIQUORS
NQUET FACILITIES
The group furnished leadership MARIA'S PIZZERIA
in the successful Aid to Israel
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
campaign of '47-'48, with Iry
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
Field as overall chairman; Jim-
7101
PURITAN—Open
11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
my Laker heading the pick-up
division and Dave Katzman the
warehouse chairman. . . . .
15145 W. McNICHOLS, cor. SUSSEX
Among its past presidents,
Pressure Fried Seafood, Ribs,
David I. Rosin headed the BB
Chicken, Jumbo Sandwiches
And His Orchestra
Council for two terms and is a
Don Frohman Chorus leader in the Jewish Commun-
UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
DINING & CARRY-OUT — BR 3-9440, VE 5.9895
UN 3-6501
Mumford High, May 15 ity Council. . . . Dr. Lawrence
I. Yaffa, also a former Council CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
president, is now the national Serving- Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
-, commissioner for the BB Youth
2675 E. 'GRAND BLVD.
organization. . . • Berlow pres- Music by Muzak
ently serves on the board of
Prime Beef at its Very Bests Pies baked on prem-
ON ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY THE ELECTRIFYING
governors of the Jewish Com-
i ses. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
daily. Open I] a.m.-8 p.m.
munity Council. . . . Robert
Nathans serves on the Mayor's BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk. E. of Evergreen
Inter-Racial' Committee and the
Anti-Defamation League, and
DUBBS BEEF BUFFET
James N. Laker was president
• PRIME BEEF • SHRIMP • LOBSTER
of the BB Council.
• CHICKEN
• DELMONICO STEAK
* * *
UN 4-7897
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
Scottish Rite Cathedral
OPEN DAILY 11 8:30 P.M.; SAT. & SUN. to 9 P.M.
ONLY A FEW people knew
Tickets: $3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65 at Grinnell's Downtown-
who the "This Is Your Life"
Bookworld (Downtown)—Cafe Galarie—Marwil's (Northland)
Dancing 6 nights — Don Pablo orch.
Chicorels'
guest of honor would he by Per-
Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet parties to 100.
fection Lodge, F. & A. M. 486
Kenwood
Free Parking — OPEN SUNDAYS
. . . and wild guesses flooded
KE 7-7377
FENKELL
COR.
TELEGRAPH
the banquet room. . . . How-
ever, when m.c. Dr. Jack Jack-
Fine American & litalian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
man finally called Perfection's
CLOSED SUNDAYS
secretary, David Colman, to the
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
seat of honor, there was a large
TO 9-3988
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
100 Marquette Drive • VA. 3 - 2000
murmur of "I told you so!" all
East of Waterworks Park on the River
over the pla6e. . . . Reflecting
EDDIE'S RESTAURANT - DELICATESSEN - TRAY CATERERS
on the marvelous work Dave
OPEN MOTHER'S DAY
OPEN DAILY 7:30.2 A.M. SAT. TO 3 A.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS
Breakfast
• Lunch • Family Dinners • Special Children's Rates
Available for Sunday Parties and Banquets,
has done for the lodge down
including Bar Mitzvahs
TUESDAY AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES
through the years, it is little
DI 1-5881
8926 W. 7 MILE at WYOMING
wonder however, that he was
Six Course Dinners—$3.75, 5:30-
Fashion Show and Luncheon
9:30 p.m. • Cocktails • Special
selected
in
the
inaugural
"This
Businessmen's Luncheon — $1.50
Every Mon. & Sat., 1 p.m.
Is Your Life" program by Per-
Monday thru Friday
Reservations, please
29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mile
Luncheon from 11:30 a.m.
fection.
Open Daily 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Closed Mondays
* * *
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinner
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE
CORRECTION PLEASE. .. .
EL 6-9222
SQUARE DANCE PARTIES
Bring your family to Perri's
To join Cub Scout Pack 537 at
Cong. Beth Aaron, boys do not
have to belong to the Beth
Aaron Hebrew School as wrong-
ADAMS AT WOODWARD
ly info'd. . . . So long as the lad

UNBELIEVABLE
SERVED FROM 5 TO 9 IN
is between the ages of eight
OUR THEATRE LOUNGE
and 11, he's welcome. . . . No
WITH
EVERY EVENING
more waiting • list.
Complete Dinner—from appetizer to dessert
Complete
With
Potatoes,
*
*
*
(Any Style)
Vegetable, Salad, Bread,
U.S. PRIME 12-OZ. FILET MIGNON
THE THRILL OF getting .an
Butter, JUICE
JUICE AND
Introducing Bill Franko, former chef at the
Diners' Club and
opening day baseball came
BEVERAGE
& BEVERAGE . 29
American E x-
early in the game for Milt
LONDON CHOP HOUSE
press Cards
.
Hosts to Detroit: William Boesky and son, Ivan
Honored
Broder, who had brought his
"Quality plus Quantity"
nine-year-old son, Gary, to watch
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
the Tigers battle Chicago. . . .
inated and smoked fish, dozens of hot and
dishes. Complete Continental Kitchen
When a foul came his way, Milt —steaks, chops, lobsters, duck, cold
etc. Beautiful private dining room fo
bravely made a frantic grab parties. Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25. Dinner from $2.95.
s
1014 E. JEFFERSON
WO 2-1042
that almost knocked him into FREE PARKING
the playing field. . . . But he
3020 GRANT) RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
071te
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
held on to the ball and, beam-
' the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods for
ing with pride, handed the pre-
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
cious souvenir to young Gary CHOP HOUSE
ARTISTIC BUFFET TRAY CATERING FOR
who said, "Gee! Thanks, dad!"
The Cundari reach the finest
HOME OR OFFICE ENTERTAINMENT
. . . and then thinking it was
cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choice of Amer-
the thing to do, gleefully threw
ican
and European specialties.
13 MILE &
IN
it back on the field before any-
NORTHWOOD
WOODWARD
Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
one could stop him. . . . Tiger
THE
at COOLIDGE
SHOPPING CENTER
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
third baseman Eddie Yost and
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.
LI 9-5535 — Open Daily & Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Coach Billy Hitchcock both felt
20021 W. McNichols cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE 3-2766
Milt's silent pain.

WHERE TO DINE

.

CACKLE
& CROW

THIS THURSDAY, MAY 5 at 8:20 P.M.

ORANIM ZABAR

IIERC'S

Israel's Greatest Folk Singers

Paradiso Cafe

MtINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER MILL

BRASS RAIL CHOP HOUSE

SPECIALS for SUNDAY, MAY 1st
Bar-B-Qued
PANCAKES
CHICKEN
2 EGGS

'235

75`

PE1RRI'S

Wouse of delicacies

Stockho lin

CARL'S

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