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May 05, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-05

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AZA Council Car
Danny Raskin's Wash
to Aid Needy

**AM ,

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Sisters of- Zion Ci to Mrs. Winston

Sisters of Zion Mizrachi will
hold its 25th Silver Anniversary
Donor Event and annual Mother
and Daughter Celebration 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Holiday
Manor.
Guest artist will be Shirley
Munson in a program of vocal
solos with Bella Goldberg at the
piano.
Mrs. Milton Winston will be
cited as "Woman of Honor" and
will be presented a hand paint-

Farband Official
Jacob Katzman
to Speak at Oneg

ed scroll for many years of
dedicated leadership of the or-
ganization and special work as
child restoration chairman.
Mrs. Joshua Sperka is chair-
man of the afternoon; Mrs.
Pearl Hoffman, general chair-
man; and Mrs. Harry Fridberg,
co-chairman of reservations. As-
sisting Mrs. Hoffman are Mrs.
Henrietta Kellman, souvenir
j o u r n a 1, and Mrs. Augusta
Subar, darlings.
, Mrs. Morris Goldberg, Chap-
ter president, announces reser-
vations are still being taken
by • Mrs. Hoffman, UN 3-8608,
and Mrs. Fridberg, LI 7-0777.

Jacob K at z m a n, associate
general s e c r e tar y, Farband
Labor Zionist Order; will be
guest speaker at an oneg
shabbat 8:30 p.m., May 12 in
the Morris L. Schaver Au
ium of the Hayim G
u-
Center, announces H
City
mer, chairman of F
Committee.
ty member
Katzman is a
nist Actions
of the World
Committee and member of the
American Zi • st Council, the
Central Co ttee of LZ0A-
Poale Zion, ,,•Governing
Council o American, Jewis
other central
Congress a
ish agenci
Schaver, h. man
Morris
ing, a oun
of the e
program o ntertainmen ing-
1 be
reshments
ing and
featured.

Hebrew Academy Sets
Afternoon for Children

An afternoon of fun for chit-

dren will be sponsored by par-

ents of the second graders of
the Hebrew Academy of Oak
p.m. Sunday at . Mishkan
ynagogue, 14000 W.
s
Nine Mile, • nounces Mrs. Emil
irman. .
Reed, class
1 be a puppet
Featured
and refresh-
show, cartoo
is invited.
ments. The • i
For i • • rmatio call LI. 7-9620,
-036.
or

ices' abaret Night

So

troit So lites will present
its final pr am of the season,
a Cabaret ght, May 14 in the
ain hall f the Rainbow Ter-
race. E rtainment and danc-
be featured, and re-
ing wi ts will be served. For
fresh
info ation, call KE 4-6664.

ALL OVER THE w
form is
liards in very shape
game of
considered an e
skill . . . Ever • dy loves or
wants to lear o play carom
billiards, sno•r or pocket bil-
in America,ust
liards . . .
f entering a ool
the thoug
h
ost folks
hail is fo
of the a . . . P
table in e ho
have d• , ha
answer . . t
week, • the
new R & Q in .
Hard • believe
the smoke-fille • ool
stigma
e . . . Instea • moth-
hall is
nd sons
ers, fath , .daughte
are seen •ldin icks to the
backgroun•usic of Andre
Previn or Roger Williams . .
There's a sidewalk cafe, °tinter
restaurant and glamorous pic-
tures on the wall . . . No dirty
storefront, no spittoons. And
politeness has taken over where
swearing used to be king of the
poolroom language . . . Quite
unbelievable, but the plush Rac
& Q is the dream reality of
dental doc Mike Engelman,
Dorothy Clear and Jerry Kar-
now . . . a gorgeous new struc-
ture at 13400 Capital, just east
of Coolidge.
* * *
TOWARD THE END of last
summer, Leo Kaplan broke his
elbow while playing softball at
the Bert School field and wore a
cast for six weeks ... This year,
wife Shirley warned him not to
play any ball yet, and even Dr.
Harold Gehring told him to take
it very easy . . . The first game
of the season came and Leo,
sneaking out of the house with-
out Shirley knowing it, was
back at his short stop position
at the same Bert Field . . . The
first bail pitched came straight
at Leo . . . He stuck out his bare
hand and, you guessed it, Leo's
back in a cast again, only this
time he starts the season off
with it on.

Workmen's Circle
Yiddish Film Series

Workmen's Circle will pre-
sent the first of a series of Yid-
dish film classics, David Pinski's
"Yankel Der Schmidt," (The
Singing Blacksmith), a full-
lunch; eat it for dinner or for 1 length movie in Yiddish, with
sf or
11 Eat if for br
N'T eat if if you're NOT hungry!
I brunch .. • Bu
English sub-titles, 8:30 p.m.,
May 13 at the Workmen's Circle
COME
IN
AND
TRY
PERRI'S
'X'
SANDWICH
1
Center, 18340 W. 7 Mile.
I Winner of our "NAME THE SANDWICH" CONTEST chosen
Tickets are available at the
W. C. Center, KE 7-5440.
by our judges will receive prizes to be announced

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at a later date!

Parley of Young Israel
Young Adults Opens

I AND ONCE AGAIN:
1 FULL COURSE

DINNER

Only

OFFER GOOD

WITH THIS AD ONLY

ALL DAY SUNDAY — MAY 7th; TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 --10, 4 to 9 p.m. -
COME . . BRING YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS
A — PLE SE DO COME EARLY !
OUT
EACH COUPLE PAYS FOR 1 FULL COURSE DINNER-
AND PAYS ONLY 1 c FOR THE SECOND DINNER ! ! !
1
LOU HOROWITZ, YOUR HOST
I OPEN 7 DAYS TO 10 P.M.

PERRI'S cr

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T tiE SRSAE t . s 41
D ERL EI s C T

1

"The House of Delicacies"

IN THE NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER

13 MILE AND WOODWARD AT COOLIDGE—LI 9-5535

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HOUSE
OF
PANCAKES

22 DELICIOUS
VARIETIES

Delicatessen & Restaurant

Open 7 a.m. 'tit 1:30 a.m.
every day
13821 9 Mile Road, Nr. Coolidge
Free Parking
LI 8-1111

O akpa rksu prem edeli ghtpotatopancakes peci al

A GROUP OF CHILDREN of the Hillel Day School of Detroit
are shown saluting the emblem of the State of Israel and offer-
ing a prayer for its continued and secure existence. The event
was a celebration of Israel's 13th anniversary of independence
April 21. Featured were a huge birthday cake and the bless-
ing of the holiday candles, 13 of which were placed on the
cake around the emblem of the State of Israel. The ceremonies
which were conducted' in both Hebrew and English, the two
languages employed by the students of the school in their
daily curriculum, took place in an assembly at which were
present 70 students of the first three grades of the school.

Hayim Grade, Yiddish novel-
The Greater Detroit AZA
ill lecture on the
Council of the Bnai Brith Youth ist and
al Life oiIe,wry in South
Organization will sponsor a city "C
the United
erica"
wide car wash in Detroit and
gh School s evening
ewis
Oak Park Sunday.
Center,
ayim Greenb
at
The three stations in Det
are on Wyoming and Seven e
is affair also will ark the
Rd., Margareta and Wyo ing opening of t
conf nce on
and Six Mile Rd. and S pel. t
ish
h Sch , which
ine
Oak Park stations are o
be'
e school
and boar
Mile Rd. and Greenfie
reenberg
Nine Mile Rd. and Mor
Sch
and Sho-
Hours are 9:30 a.m. t 3:30 le
p.m. in Detroit, and 10:3 t a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. in Oak Park.
bring fast results!
Proceeds from the car wa
will be donated to the Interna-
nal AZA Service fund which
des Leo N. Levi Hospital,
, UNICEF, Heart Fund,
Fund and Jewish corn-
rganiza tions.

r n
c

Df10 0111N1

, LISTENING

Hayim Grade Speaks
on S. American Jewry

N OLLVSN3 S DIVDN Vd

A Birthday Cake for Israel

WHERE TO DINE

DUBBS BEEF BUF

• Prime Beet • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico
UN
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
OPEN DAILY 11-8:30 P.M., SAT and SUN. to 9
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED F
STAGS. BANQUETS and MEETINGS

LOTUS
GARDENS

NATIVE CHINESE AND AME
OPEN 7 DAYS — CARRY-OU
SPECIAL LUNCHES — DIN

12832 W. 7 MILE RD.

ranucci's restaurant & cocktail bar

Fine American and Italian Food

Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sunday 3 p.m. to
Serving Lunches, Dinners, After Theatre Sn
Banquet room. available. Music by Al Nalli. Ample

D1 1-5445

7030 W. 7 Mile

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American and Italian
-1
Open daily 11:30
CLOSED S
Banquet room

COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

TO

Lavish SMORGASBORD with fine
mated and smoked fish, d• ens of
cold dishes. Complete
—steaks, chops, lobsters, duck, etc. Beautiful private
parties. Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25.
FREE PARKING 1014 E. JEFFERSON

Stockhohp

CARL'S

3020 GRAND RIVER. Free • Parking. TE
Young Israel Young Adults of
vate Banquet Rooms for wedgy par
Metropolitan Detroit will hold
the World's Finest Steaks. Chop
more
than 26 years. All Beef a
its first inter-city convention CHOP HOUSE
this weekend.
CHOICE LIQUORS
Featured will be an oneg shab-
BANQUET FACILIT
this evening and a lecture Sat- MARIA'S PIZZERIA
urday afternoon by Dr. - Elliott
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous I
Steinberg, University of Michi-
Parking Facilities . .. Carry-Out Servi
gan professor and instructor at 7101 -PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.
the Midrasha, A social will be
held Saturday evening.
For information, call Maxine CLAM SHOP and BAR
Bakunow, LI 8- 6015.
Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and A

Radomer Plans Events

Music by Muzak

2675 E. G

Mr. and Mrs. W. Finkelstein,
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinne *s. Meu s
18651 Steel, will be host to a
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
board meeting 8:30 p.m. May
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 81k.
16 for The Radomer Aid and BEEF BUFFET
Ladies Society at the Work-
Banquet Rooms accomodating
Chicorels' New
mitzvahs, Weddings, Anniversaries, B
I men's Circle.
Dancing Nightly DON PABLO
The discussion will center on
Kenwood
OPEN SUNDAY
I a card party for June and other
charity a f fair s through the
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH KE. 7
summer.

IIERC'S

a

r -
nd
hen
for
$2.95.

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