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January 05, 1962 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-05

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Two grants, totaling $
have been received b
University.
The graduate
cation has b
$21,000 grant
memory trai
The Nati
dation mad
study to be

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A. Ceras
of psyche ogy.
Yeshiva College, the univ
sity's undergraduate school
liberal is and sciences
nt
eived a $10,000
men,
rgy
tomic
a U
fr
se - of
he p
n
biology
ew e ipment fo
laboratories.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

A DREAM COME TRUE .. .
that's the new and beautiful
Joey's Delicatessen on, Green-
field, north of 10 Mile Rd., .. .
Joe Cohen didn't know when but
it would be someday . . . 20 years
ago, he enlisted in the service
while working weekends be-
Private Dining Room Available for:
hind the counter at Boesky's
on Dexter. . . . Joe got out of
Meetings

Banquets

Weddings

the army in 1943, went to serv-
Anniversaries

Birthdays
(All
Ages)

Parties

ice officers school to learn about
veterans benefits and entitle-
ments and did more weekend
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and MUSIC with The Great Recording Team I chores at Boesky's on 12 St....
a An Evening of FUN
Until retiring in 1957, he was a
of
contact investigator for the Vet-
eran's Administration . . . The
time rolled by and Joe's dream
still hadn't materialized . . •
Then he bumped into George
AND
Fink and they began talking
"shop" and the good old days,,
until many conversations led to
the reality—the birth of Joey's
. . . Joe always kept a hand in
his delly profession, even to
the extent of making his own
trays when he and wife Betty
entertained guests . . . The
s of
"Milli
You've hear
" and
'The
combination of Joe Cohen and
"EXODUS,'
person!
ST
"MARIA"
George Fink is like a favorite
ditorium
or
sandwich . . . they go together
1 NITS
nnell's Downtown,
. . And those who know the
Ford uditoriu
TICKETS, $ , $2.85,
ngham; Pontiac Card
land; Marty's
hland,
Marwil's
boys wish them great success
Shop.
0 2-5870—Ext. 142
■ as Joey's—the dream that . two
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old friends finally made come
true.
* *
ROBERT TAUB, nine-year-old_
MICHIGAN'S ON LY KOSHER RESTAU RANT
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Taub,
went with his 4th grade class at
Vernor School and teacher Etta
Weitzer to see Santa Claus a
Vernor School ... When it ca
KOSHER RESTAURANT his turn, Robert asked Santa f
a dradle . . . The white beard
"Where Kashruth Is King, Quality Reigns
gent furrowed his bushy ey
and Mother Is Our Only Competition!"
brows, took a deep swallow an
said, "Next !"
UNDER CONSTANT
Hours
* * *
SUPERVISION OF THE
Mon.-Thurs•
FIVE
YEARS
AGO, the Oak
COUNCIL OF
Fri.
HODOX RABBIS
Park High P.T.S.A. started the
idea of sponsoring a variety
--esc:t. .5.5 • .. 1 N -N OTIS
show to raise scholarship funds
RVICE
I~ RRY OUT SE
. . . Since then, eight graduates
have been helped in furthering
their education . . : Curtain is
scheduled at 8 p.m. for the fifth
Annual Oak Park Follies, Jan. 9,
10 and 11 . . . The cast of 100
singers, dancers and instrumen-
talists is comprised of students,
parents and teachers, all anxious
KE
8-2646
L.E." RD.
20340 W.
to "strut their stuff" on behalf
AMPLE PARKING
vergreen near Votrobeck
of this year's goal of four schol-
arships • . . Big feature will be
the return of Oak Park's own

let"
hilarious "Sad

o much de nd
in answer-
cers with
for the
. , .•Dir • ors Harol
left f
and Hy Shebowich have
Ha
in rehearsal with the fol-
b
for nine reeks,- in prepara-
on
for t
-JAMES COUZENS AT GREENFIELD
un-filled
expected
LOU E • COFFEE SHOP
DINING ROOM • CO
houses a ar

FERRANTE

HOUSE
OF
PANCAKES

22 DELICIOUS
VARIETIES

omon•

FINES OOD & SERVICE IN DETROIT

GOOD FUN !

COCKTAILS—HOT HOR D'OEUVRES and THE

SPECIAL CUT PRIME RIB ROAST BEEF YOU
ENJOYED SO MUCH AT 'TOP OF THE PARK'
IN
IS

he Sapphire Rom

Only a Few Minutes Drive Fro The Fisher Theatre

"Quality PLUS
Always"
at

A.M

Quantity .

PERRI'S

RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN

ILABLE FOR
MODATING UP
BRoadway 2-0644

Your Host

.,

..

ow

ow

• Buffet Party Trays •
• Gift Baskets •

IN NORTHWOOD CENTER
WOODWARD at 13 MILE
and COOLIDGE

Ample Free
Parking

HARRY BOESKY

.

to

Fro

a

cia1s

sap-

too!

ECTTRANCE THRU GAR

oom Guests

Special Parking Rates

WOODWARD AT EAST KIRBY

For Reservations: TRinity 5-9500

WHERE TO DINE

DUBBS BEEF BUFFET

• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonic
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD

RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEP
STAGS, BANQUETS and MEETI

Fine American a ll
Open daily 11:30
CLOSED
Banquet room ,
COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

Paradiso Cafe

ARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

3020_ GRAND RIVER. Free Par
Private Banquet Rooms for weddin
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops
more than 26 years. All Beef ag

Char-Broiled Steaks &
Break
Sandwiches.

OPEN 24 HOURS 7 D
CARRY-OUT SERVIJ

amburgers
ur
4

13630 W. 8 MILE nr, SCHAEFER

OPEN 7 DAYS

.,

LIBERMAN'S

LI 8-1 11 1

SNACK SHACK

rom a

.0

AT

13821 9 Mile Rood, Nr. Coolidge
Free Parking

PIANO BAR •

.

We'll Meet to Eat

Open 7 a.m. 'til 1:30 alm.
every day

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FR1DA

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Delicatessen & Restaurant

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peculiar at middle
st a few years
ther fellow?

MI 4-2727

1360 S. Woodward
Birmingham

so
t ■ aw oin

need a few laughs, see traveling
man Steve Ruby . . . The chil-
n always
f new
ba
come
his
gi ers and wife .thy
him
best audience , . g
d for
started and Steve is
"a mil m!"

auditorium . . . For tickets, con-
tact Erwin Siporin, LI. 5-4978,
or Sam Katz, LI. 6-9623.
* * *
n coming
BEWARE 0
• asking for do-
to your doo
p "a needy family
nations t
treet" or oth type
down t
. . It's an of
storie
s been activat
that
with e solicitors po
mon themselves .

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Lou Horowitz,
Open 7 Days

to 10 p.m.

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Your

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CHOICE LIQUORS
ILITIES
BANQUET

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Hal

Parking Facilities .

.

Carry - Out Sery

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-39

8

CLAM SHOP and BAR

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and

Music by Muzak ,

HEIR'S

BEEF BUFFET

-

2675

Prime Beef at its Very Best ! Pies bak
nd Dinners
premises. Special Lunch
changed daily. Open
p.

19371 W. 8 Mile,

ods

D.

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