44—Friday, May 10, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Roeper School to Be Aided at Musical Benefit
Jews first settled in London in when they came • from Rouen with I Roeper City and Country School
the latter half of; :the 11th Century, William the Conquerer.
the integrated day schooi*for gifted
mu Oa all 111 11" ® eu sae sal gal children, will raise funds for its
pre-school "scholarship fund
Pinner at DARBY'S
through a benefit performance of
, the musical satire "Game," 8:30
BREAKFAST CLUB I p.m. Thursday at the Detroit In-
Losing and Bar
st i tute of Arts auditorium.'
is . a real treat
NOTE OUR NEW HOURS
The musical depicts life in the
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Bar Kohba's Revolt
The Roman emperor Hadrian
:vented to convert Jerusalem into
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a Roman capital and re-name it
Deliciously Prepared for the
; after himself, but the Jews rebelled
DR. MARVIN LEVY holds an
under Bar Kohba in a three-year
• BANQUET FACILITIES
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war, which historians say was the honorary appointment given him
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
most difficult of Hadrian's reign. by the head of the Jewish commun-
ity in Cuenca as "official mohel of
Equador" while in Latin America
recently with wife Ethel . . Their
son, Dr. Norman Stuart Levy, and
wife Roslyn, daughter of Dr. Sidney
and Dorothy Friedlaender, have
had two sons born there and Dr.
Marvin has performed the circum-
cision both times . . . Norm is a
staff physician for the Peace Corp
personnel of Cuenca, a very primi-
tive city with just eight Jewish
families ... All parents, the Levys
and Friedlaenders, were in Cuenca,
Dec. 16, 1967, when grandson Stev-
Open this Sunday only, Mother's Day, May 12, 2-10 p.m.
en Marc, was born . . . Norm and
Dancing 7•Pi. & Sat. 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
father-in-law Dr. Friedlaender are
Featuring: 100 MENCOTTI,
avid short wave radio "hams" and
CAROL LEE — GEORGE
speak to each other three times a
ROSE — DUANE PELITERE
week .. So when the second baby,
David Alan, was born April 3 of
7113 PURITAN, 2 blks. W. o; Livernois
this year, the Friedlaenders knew
instantly . . . The Levys were in
Buenos Aires, but a short wave
radio "ham" operator there who
was also in touch with Norm, call-
ed them at the hotel with info of
another grandson . . . They were
scheduled to be in Cuenca on the
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10th, and on the 11th, Dr. Marvin
DINNERS — COCKTAILS — LUNOHEONS — DANCING FRI. and SAT.
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performed at his second bris after
$2.38 includes food, tax & tip on Sat. afternoon
which 60 villagers were invited for
dinner . . . while Norman was in-
Banquet room ayailatote
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terning at Bellevue Hospital in
qa••v 11 :30 a m.
New York, their first child was
Open Sunday, May 12, Mother's Day
born to Roslyn . . . However, -Dr.
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Marvin Levy couldn't do a thing
this time except be an excited
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grandparent since it was a daugh-
• Luncheons • Dinners,
ter named Deborah.
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TONI PHILLIPS is only 'seven
Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
BANQUETS AND PARTIES
•years old, but a very enterprising
Famous for American & Italian Foil:a
• Steaks • Chops • Seafooa
young lady and already interested
For Over 25 Years
in giving a helping hand to those
less fortunate . . . Recently she
held a boutique of her own, after
h e a r i 13 g about them from her
mother, Irene Phillips and aunt
arad DIIIAINCLTKESE SHO
Florence . Weingarden • . . She sold
comic - books coloring books, cray-
• 42 Varieties of Pancakes & Waffles
ons and anything she could put her
• I 2Delicious Varieties of Eggs & Omelets
little hands on . . . Toni's big thrill
• ALL TYPES FRUIT & LO-CAL PARFAIT PIES
came when she handed her aunt a
ALSO FAMOUS KEY LIME FIE
purse full- of pennies and nickles
Private Room Available 'For Parties .40 to 60 People-
in the amount of $2.18 to be turned
over to Northwest Child Rescue
Hours: 6:30- a.m. to, 1 a.m. Sun. they
3017 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
Thurs, Fri. 'HI 2:30 a.m., Sat. lit
Just S. of 13 Mile Rd.
Women for the Retarded Children
. . . Her mother and aunt are both
members of the group.
THE INTERNATIONAL Men's
Hairstyling competition, Local 658.
held recently in Royal Oak, had a
(ISIAVI tS ("Style
close twist in more ways than one
. . The. first place winner was
Joe Saliba of, Dante's Barber Shop
in Oak Park .. . Second and third
respectively were Roy Calley and
Bob Taylor of North Park Towers
Barber Salon . . Only one point
separated first and second, and
another point between second and
third . . The three stylists are
even closer as friends , . . . In fact
they work together on off hours
learning the many fundamentals
necessary toward furthering the
many rudiments of hair condition-
ing, styling and culture.
LEW STERN, local scrap metal
dealer, has a problem . . . Since
1965 he has accumulated over 100
oil paintings done by himself after
going all out on what was just a
hilter-skilter hobby . . . Lew is
FOOD - DRINK
now getting set for his first one-
man showing and doesn't know
which paintings to exhibit . . He
Open 11:30 a.m.-2 a.m. Mon.•
has the over 100 canvases hanging
Fri. Sat., Sun. Noon-2 a.m.
throughout his apartment, which
MI NI AN
comedian Mickey Sharp calls, "The
2121 Cass Ave. 9621434
only apartment with wall-to-wall
paintings!" . . . Lew's one-man ex-
hibit is this Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m.
at Joe Cornell Studio on Greenfield
north of 10 Mile Rd. . . . Also being
Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
shown will be Lew's metal sculp-
Music by Muzak
2672 E. GRAND BLVD.
turing . . .
Res. UN 2-7642
relevant to the Roeper fund be-
cause the school's scholarship fund
is directed largely to poor black
youngsters in the Detrciit Head I
Tickets are available at the In-
stitute of Arts, or send contribu-
tions to Mrs. Lillian Feldstein,
21850 Church, Oak Park. Tickets
also will be sold at the door.
OPEN MOTHER'S DAY
ALL YOU CAN ENJOY SUNDAYS