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November 16, 1962 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-16

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Q Report More Public Schools Teach Hebrew

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Recent senior high schools in various
expansion of Hebrew language cities was reported here this
courses in public junior and week by Judah Lapson, director
of the Hebrew Culture Council
of the Jewish Education Com-
mittee of New York.
Addressing a gathering at
which 160 high school students
were awarded the Council's
"Golden Ayin" pins for excel-
lence in Hebrew language. Lap-
son announced that Hebrew
classes were introduced for the
first time this year in high
schools in Elmira, N.Y., Detroit
and Philadelphia.

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

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D. C. Jewish Council
Backs Anti-Bias Rule

WASHINGTON ( J T A ) —
Strong support for a District of
Columbis ordinance to prohibit
discrimination in housing, on
a basis of religion or race, was
offered here this week by the
Jewish Community Council of
Greater Washington.

ROCKY'S PIZZERIA

KOZIN'S

STRICTLY KOSHER

• BAR MITZVAHS
• LUNCHEONS
• SHOWERS
• WEDDINGS, ETC.

LEAVE 'EM ON
AND GO TO HENRY'S

Fri., Nov. 16; Sat., Nov. 17;
Sun., Nov. 18; Mon., Nov. 19.
Buy one HOT DOG at the
regular price of 20c and get
an additional one

In Our Beautiful
Fountain Room, Your Home,
Synagogue of Your Choice

C

for
Only

--.4.—
OUR STRICTLY KOSHER
RESTAURANT
OPEN
FOR DINNERS AS USUAL
SUN. THRU THURS.
5 P.M. to 9 P.M.

No Limit

CARRY-OUT
SERVICE

,t i Ji 'stir

u preL.
o f
Council of
Orthodox Rabbis

20340 W. 7 MILE RD.

PERRI'S

RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN

• Breakfast • Lunch • Snacks
• Full Course Dinners



Buffet Party Trays •
• Gift Baskets •

IN NORTHWOOD CENTER
WOODWARD at 13 MILE
and COOLIDGE

10517 W. 7 MILE RD.

BAR-B-Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI

Lou Horowitz, Your Host

OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER

UN 4-8553

NOW . . .
NEWLY DECORATED
and ENLARGED

864-9784

Open 7 Days
to 10 p.m.

IL.

9_5535

HERMAN SCHWARTZ, cater-
ing boss at the Sheraton-Cadil-
lac Hotel, passes on the story
about the fellow who walks into
a delicatessen, calls the waiter
over and says, "Bring me a
pastrami sandwich on rye
bread" . . . The waiter brings
the sandwich . . . The guy asks,
"What kind of a sandwich is
this?" . . . "You got what you
ordered," replies the waiter
. . . The fellow continues, "The
pastrami is okay but the bread
is from yesterday" . . . "What's
the matter," says the waiter,
"yesterday wasn't a nice day?"
* * *
IN 1934, nine women who
now comprise the charter mem-
bership of Primrose Benevolent
Club, met at each others home
in forming an organization to
help the needy . . . Today, its
membership is over 125 and
through the years much aid has
been given through the fine
work of Primrose Benevolent
. . Main fund raiser of the
group is its annual Donor
Luncheon, number 28 for the
gals, Nov. 27, 12:30, at Town
and Country Club . . . For
tickets, contact Mollie Kobrin,
UN 3-4057, or Sadie Sandler,
UN 4-6307.
'i' v, *
THE FELLOWS AT Knights
of Pythias. Detroit Lodge 55,
hear a new one each week from
accountant Nate Kristal . . . and
his latest is of the two little
old Jewish ladies cleaning the
hall at Mt. Carmel Hospital
when the father from a paroch-
First at Congress
WO 4-7660
ial school across the street was
1
brought in with his arm in a
sling . , . The first Jewish lady
Free Parking
Open Every Day
said, "I wonder what happened
to the poor father?" . . . The
second Jewish lady replied,
"When the father has a visitor,
you eavesdrop, come back and
tell me." . . . The first visitor
Fine American and Italian Food
that came in next morning in-
Open daily 11:30 a.m.- 1 a.m.
quired of the father the nature
CLOSED SUNDAYS
of his injury . . . and he ex-
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
plained that he fell off a com-
TO 9-3988
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
mode and broke his arm . . . So
the first Jewish lady ran back
TE 3-0700
Free Parking.
3020 GRAND RIVER.
to the other and explained what
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
had happened . . . The second
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
Jewish lady asked, "What's a CHOP HOUSE
commode?" . . . and her work-
CHOICE LIQUORS
ing cohort replied, "How should MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
I know? I'm no Catholic!"
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Milan Foods
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
DISA 'N DATA . . . Correct
name of Cities Service man is 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3 92 9
Sam Reeve, NOT Reeves . . •
. Congrats to Irvin S. Magy, ac- CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
countant, on the opening of his Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
new office at 15024 Fenkell . .
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
Joe Cornell is president of Music by Muzak
Dancemasters of M i c hi g a n
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.
rather than of America.
• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches

COPIZand

22040 W17 MILE/Near/At/5 R
KE- 4-9528
11635 G REENF 1E 1:1),41eafr.PLYMOUTtl
VE 5 - 9758. MPtE PAR,UNG.

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FA57-SERII/cE • Ator/PPIN6

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT DINNERS

Chicken

Shrimp

The

Broaster House

Complete Carry Out Dinners • Free Delivery

Fish
Frog Legs

Bar-B-4

18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
Phone 537-7880

Ribs

.

Block North of Cobo Hall at the Cadillac House Motel

WHERE TO DINE

Paradiso Cafe

-MINN- MAYER was

RLON
ORA ANDO
TREVOR
HOWARD
RICHARD
HARRIS

MICHIGAN PREMIERE
WED., NOV. 21st.
8:15 P.M.

CARL'S

AN AARON ROSENBERG PRODUCTION

JOEY'S

MUTINY
OlV TH E
130UN

Zsigmond Reichard, Hunga-
rian jurist and author; served
as a member of the Hungarian
Supreme Court immediately be-
fore the First World War.

.IF1L)111) IN ULTRA PANAVISION
WOHNICOLOR .

Oery

....

,

WM 0..•
Hake Checks or Money Orders Payable to:
UNITED . ARTISTS 140 Bagley Ave., Oct, 26

II Please Send
I Oil. Rows A•K ❑ ..

1 Tickets at $
- Performance on.,
Alternate Dates

Box Offke Open Daily
72 NOON to 9 P.M.

Orch. or Mezz. ❑
Bal. Rows 1.-12 ❑
For Mat. Q, Eve. ❑
(Date)

140 BAGLEY AVE,

ORM-I. 13AL.
BAL.
MEZZ. A-1 C,
WEDNESDAY
61.25
AT 1:30 P.M".. ....$2.00 $1.50
SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. 2.00 1.50 1.25
SUN. &ROLS. AT 2 P.M. 2.50
2.00 1.50

EVENINGS:

payable to United Artists Theatre addressed
I to Box Office with self-addressed stamped

I return envelope.

I... .

Ated:0 1
DETROIT 26. MICH.

MATINEES:

itNESS. .
STATE....
ZONE
ITY...,...
Enclose check or money order (no stamps)

II

SUN. thru THURS. ...$2.50
$2.00
AT 8:15 P.M.
Fflr., SAT. S. HOLS... 3.00
2.30
8:15
P.M.
AT
All Prices Include Fed. Tan

" - FOR GROUP SALES CALL MILDRED ANDERSON, WO 5-5133.
"•'"*""" RESERVATIONS AT ALL SEARS STORES: NOW-

SU clay

The FAMILY DINNER,
including

$1.50

2.00

Cottage Cheese and Bean Vine-
garette, Tomato Juice, Fresh
Fruit Cocktail or Soup Cup
Tossed Salad with Choice of
Dressing, Whipped Potatoes, Our
Own Loaf of Hot French Bread
Ice Cream, Sherbert, Spumoni
Coffee, Tea or Milk and
* Southern Fried Chicken
* Roast Sirloin of Beef and
* French Fried Shrimp
All You Can Eat For

$2.75

BANQUETS: 10 to 300 From $2.00
Kenwood Restaurant KE 7-7377
Telegraph at Five Mile Road

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS

AUNT
FANNY'S

Complete Carry-Out Service

25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533

2 Beautiful Banquet Rooms; 1 Room-40 Seating
Capacity; 1 Room-90 Seating Capacity, Plus Fam-
ily Rooms—Main Floor.

Fast Free Delivery Service

2244 N. Woodward (Just N. of 12 Mile)

MIHAIL'S
COCKTAIL LOUNGE

LI 8-3100

OPEN THANKSGIVING 2-7 P.M.
WHOLE TURKEYS AVAILABLE

13519 JOY ROAD

(at Schaefer)

Res.: TE 4-6606

"a bit of merrie olde England"
SERVING LUNCHEONS
Ye Olde Round Table
and DINNERS

19464 LIVERNOIS
No. of Outer Drive

SHA•GRI-LA

CHINESE AMERICAN
CUISINE

-

SUNDAY thru THURS., 11 A.M.- 9 P.M.
FRIDAY and SAT., 11 A.M. - 1 A.M.

OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY
Mon., Tues., Wed., 11 a.m.
OPEN: to 1 a.m.; Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sun., 12 noon-1 a.m,
Carry Out Service
Free Parking
20441 W. 8 MILE ROAD, near Patton, 4 blocks W. of Evergreen

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