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October 20, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 20, 196 1 — 24

Zionist Organization Invites Public Danny Raskin's Kosher Food
Without Char
to Rally for Annual Bailout:Concert

LISTENING

0

T

kow:



A film

A meeting of the Zionist Or-
ganization - of Detroit, prepara-
tory to the annual Balfour Con-
cert, will be held 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Cong. Beth
Aaron synagogue, 18000. Wyo-
ming, announces Judge Ira G.
Kaufman, ZOD president.
The public is invited to at-
tend the rally, free of charge.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, spirit-
ual leader of Adas Shalom Syn-
agogue and President of the
Hillel Day Schobl, a beneficiary
of the concert, will present "An
Adventure in Jewish Learning."

will be shown.
Hillel Day School • students
will participate with their
teacher in demonstrating the
manner by which to learn He-
brew. .Refreshments will be
served.
Seats are still available-to the
Balfour Concert, to be held 8:30
p.m. Nov. 25 at Ford Audito-
rium. Paul Paray will conduct
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra. Tenor Jan Peerce will be
guest artist. For tickets, con-
tact Zionist House, 10424 W.
McNichols, DI 1-8540. -

PERRI'S

PERRI'S

DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS
THAN THE BEST.
COME TO PERRI'S AND SEE . . . !

• LUNCHES • DINNERS • SNACKS • PIZZAS • PANCAKES

BUFFET PARTY TRAYS • GIFT BASKETS
• UNUSUAL IMPORTED GIFT ITEMS

LI 9-5535

Lou Horowitz, Your Ho

"Quantity plus Quality Always"

Perri's Delicatessen & Restaurant

In Northwood Center, Woodward at 13 Mile and Coolidge

OPEN 7 DAYS TO 10 P.M.—FREE PARKING

1360 E. Woodward
Birmingham

SINCE ITS BEGINNING, 39
years ago, with only eight young,
women, Home Relief Society to-
day has 300 members . . • all
active furnishing food, milk, coal,
clothing, housing for any emerg-
ency that may arise- for the needy
... The fine group's annual fund-
raising dinner-dance is scheduled
for Nov. 4, at Hotel Statler-Hil-
'ton . . . Sybid Budman is gen-
eral chairman, Doris Schmier and
Edith Goldman in charge of tick-
ets and Rose Herman bosslady of
the yearbook . . . Phyllis Blau is
president • of the Home Relief So-
ciety ... Take your pick of three
numbers to call for reservations
. . LI. 6-4089, UN. 1-3676 and
UN. 2-0761.

MARK GRANT, 11 - year - old
son of Marian and Jay Grant, is
a true example of a safety patrol
boy who takes his work to heart.
. . . On duty at the Emerson
School, young Mark reported a
youngster who continuously jay-
walked an. - • -en given three
stern w ngs . . Finally, his
patie • . e was com-
. o report the - icky kid to
office . . . Th. , Guilty cul-
prit was Mark's ne-year-ol
brother,
rrh,

CAMDEN, N.J. •(JT —The
West Jersey Hospital as any
nounced that kosher m Is will
be offered without a ition 1
charge to Jewish pati tts
questing them.
William H. Morrison,
tal administrator, said the MT
her food service was being ar-
ranged with the cooperation of
Rabbi Hershell Horowitz, of
Cong. Sons of Israel. He added
there was no reason why Jew-
ish patients "should' be put to
the trouble of having kosher
food brought in by relatives."
He said arrangements -were
being made with suppliers of
kosher foods made under the
rabbinical supervision of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations to provide the kos-
her meats. Morrison said every-
thing needed to meet the Jew-

Private Dining Room Available for:
• Meetings • Banquets • Weddings
• Anniversaries • Birthdays (All Ages) • Parties

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BOESKY'S

.

JAMES COUZENS AT GREENFIELD

DINING ROOM •• COCKTAIL LOUNGE • COFFEE S
• PIANO BAR •

FINEST FOOD & SERVICE IN DETR

From a Snack to a Banquet

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

DAILY — 7 A.M. to 2:30 A.M
FRIDAY and SATURDAY to 3:30

BOWLERS • COME DRESSED AS VC

BANQUET MURAL ROOM AVAILABL
PRIVATE PARTIES, ACCOMMODATING
TO 125 GUESTS. BRoadway 2-064

HARRY BOESKY

Your Host

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Ample Free
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OCT:

, 1945 . . •

MYSTERY
OF THE
EEK . . . Who stole
Al ohen' ice brown hat? .. .
T‘in .•
the Jewish Voca-
ti a
A
was partaking in
so
a local eatery when
opper
sappeared . . . His
ates, s a d o r e Sobeloff,
on Dr ck, Isaac Frank and
i Le Fram, all plead inno-
cent .
They don't wear the
same si
.. Chief suspect, thus
far, i the owner of an old and
dil dated brown hat found on
a
ok after closing hours . . .
d obviously forgotten very con-
veniently . . . (Say, wouldn't that
have really made a story if the
fellow came into the JVS for a
job wearing Al's hat?)

For every $7 in domestic sales
last year, U. S. machine tool
makers sold $3 worth abroad.

22 DELICIOUS

VARIETIES

Delicatessen & Restaurant

Open 7 a.m. itil 1:30 a.m.

every day
13821 9 Mile Rood, Nr. Coolidge
Free Parking

LI 8-1 1 1 1

ON SWEETEST DAY (SATURDAY, OCT. 21)

Take HER Out to

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ITE • EL
:a
wit
ng
: nai
Lanes
thrown
llstrikes
ow . . . and e em
us
tension turned i
a i
of re-
lief when her str ed with
a spare . . Only our more to
go for a perfect game . . . but
He 'ghty 'glad to settle
a very
t 251 tally.
–•
* *
OF HE alway
time masquen party b
of Pythias, D
L e
of
Oct. 29 at th
astl
1487,,,,Wy on
hi

patrol duty in ermany, P.F.0
George Ingber, with Patton's
Third Army, ran into a difficult
situation . . . A German farmer
wanted him to be a "midwife."
. . . Came running up to him
yelling that his wife was bearing
a child . • George said that he
would get a doctor ... The farm-
er said, "No, I want you!" . . .
This went on for about an hour
. . . He finally got the doc from
the post . . •. who arrived too late
. . The baby had been born

HOUSE
OF
PANCAKES

Splendid

oar

15325
W. 8 MI.

1 Block E.

of Greenfield

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT DINNERS

Chicken

Shrimp

The

Broaster Nouse

Complete Carry Out Dinners • Free Delivery

- .18-401 West'7 Mile Rd.
Phone 537-7880

OK G BALK
MNS F YEA' EARS
UG. 10, 5 . While on

PANCAKES

uld be pro-
asticized dis
Kosher foods
in special frozen
ontainers.

mr,

194-
58.

WORLD r A MOUS

tients
spital

Fish

Frog Legs

Bar-B-Q

Ribs

WHERE TO DINE

Fine A
n
Open7d41, 1

Paradiso Cafe

COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

0 -V-3988

3020 GRAND RIVER. Fr
vate Banquet Rooms for
the World's Finest Ste
more than 26 years. AU

IIERC'S

SNACK

n Food
•1 -a.m.
YS
able

Char-Broiled S
Sandwiches. 4

nrgers,
-lours.

OPEN 24
CARR

SHACK

I WEEK

13630 W. 8 MILE nr. SCHAEFER

-6117

s

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

IES

Specializing in Pizza Pie and F

oods

Parking Facilities ... Carry:

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. t

929

CLAM SHOP and BAR

:8800

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Stealc

Music by Muzak

P rime
HEIM'S • daily. Open

BEEF BUFFET

a Foods

267

LVD.

on preiii-
s changed

an
Bc1

11 a.m.-8 p.m.

19371' W. 8 Mile, 1

-

vergreen

DUBBS BEEF BU


• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster

D
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIEL
OPEN DAILY and SAT. 11-8:30 . P.m7

RESERVATIONS NOW BEING A
STAGS, BANQUETS and

TINGS

ChiCken
-7897
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