THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 29, 1963 - $4
California Physicians Attend Hebrew U.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
group of some 20 physicians
from California arrived here to
attend a clinical post-graduate
course in .various aspects of re-
gional medicine opening at the
Hebrew University. The course
is organized jointly by the Uni-
versity of California School of
Medicine, the Hebrew Univer-
sity Hadassah Medical School
and several Israeli hospitals.
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BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE
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DINING ROOM AND CARRY OUT
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Mile at Wyoming
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• Completely Decorated
• Serving Fine Food 7 Days a Week
• Cocktail Lounge
• Dancing Nightly Except Sunday
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UNDER 1RD INN
IN BEAUTIFUL PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN
Now Under Management of
John Klein, John Carlo, Arthur Kobierzynsky
ed to take over. . . . The show
he put on was one of the finest
individual endeavors by a come-
10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
dian we have seen in a long
BAR-B-Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
time . .. Fast and active, with
surges of dynamic vocal polish
OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER
made Dave Astor's first Detroit
appearance a highly successful
one. . • . Watch his rising star!
NOT TOO LONG ago, the Sis-
terhood Singers of Congregation
Ahavas Achim, directed by Can-
tor Simon Bermanis, were heard
in a medley from the musical
hit, "Milk and Honey." . . .
Now the Sisterhood will sponsor
an April 15 theater party to see
So. Oakland County's
"Milk and Honey". . . . For
WHEN DIRECTOR Dan Froh- tickets call Ethel Jeross, UN
BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
man raises his baton, May 5, at 4-1646.
Detroit Institute of Arts, 50
voices from Detroit, a like Lebanon Sentences
amount being rehearsed sepa-
FRIDAY thru WEDNESDAYS*
rately in Cleveland and the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra all Pro-Israel Charge
will meet for the first time .. .
LONDON, (JTA) — A Jewish
The much-awaited concert will woman, identified as S h u 1 a
include the 14-year-old piano Cogan, has been sentenced by
• STUFFED CABBAGE
styling of young Jacklyn Lewis Lebanese authorities to 20 years
. . . The Dan Frohman Chorus, in prison for alleged "'activities
• RAINBOW TROUT
converted from the Halevy Sing- on behalf of Israel," it was re-
ing Society, is made up mainly ported here from Beirut. Four
• VEAL CUTLETS
of housewives, doctors and busi- other persons each received 20-
nessmen who have confidence in year sentences for smuggling
Dan . . . As a noted conductor refugees into Israel. Seven
• Cole Slaw
and composer, Frohman has others were acquitted.
• Potatoes • Hot Vegetable
made an important contribution
• Bread & Butter • Coffee
to Jewish Liturgical music with
• ICE CREAM or JELLO
his new Sabbath Service.
* * *
ON MARCH 14, Anna and
Sam Karbal were married 45 Seating from 10 to 300. We
are equipped to handle large
years. . . . But the celebration
parties, any time, fast and
*Sunday 12-10; Daily 4-10
didn't stop there . .. 21 years
ago, daughter Betty and Bill
Litt, were married on the same
No Extra Charge
day. .. . Another daughter, Flor-
ence, and Arnold Michlin will
SUNDAY FAMILY DINNERS
13 MILE and WOODWARD
celebrate 22 years come Aug.
16 . . ;and on their anniversary,
the Michilins' daughter, Leslie,
Restaurant & Lounge
OPEN 7 DAYS TO 10 P.M.
will be wed to Phil Barton.
5 Mile & Telegraph KE 7-7377
* * *
RUBE SNYDER of Knights of
Pythias, Detroit, 55, has been
chosen "Pythian of The Year",
being selected over four other
candidates from other lodges.
Newly Remodeled in Modern Smartness
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Ye Olde Round Table
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the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
Authentic Arabic Music
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74 W. Columbia at Park
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COC KTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
A Harem Favorite
22040 W. 7 MILE, Near Lahser
FAMOUS FOR FOOD
1221 Washington Blvd.
MIDDLE EAST ENTERTAINMENT
STEAK HOUSE & WONDER BAR
74 W. COLUMBIA WO 3.7254
FRENCH FRIES • • • 110 c
DANCE ALONG WITH
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
did it again . . . a sellout, bang
up affair attended by 540 people
at Latin Quarter. . . Big note
of the shindig was a guy named
Dave Astor. . . Comic Larry
Best couldn't leave his hospital
bed and Dave was quickly call-
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SUNDAY thru THURS., 11 A.M.-9 P.M.
FRIDAY and SAT., 11 A.M. • 1 A.M.
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2;30 a.m. till Dawn