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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ALBAN'S

RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN

(BOTTLE & BASKET)

MOTHERICIA viY AYS1p ECI AL

YOUR CHOICE OF EITHER
• TOP ROUND OF BEEF
• 1/2 BAKED CHICKEN
• BAKED COD ALMONDINE

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WITH
POTATO, HOT VEGETABLE, $
ROLL & BUTTER, JELLO

188 N. HUNTER (WOODWARD) ..
64o-6553
Birmingham

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Bnai Brith Activities I

HARRY B. KEIDAN
CHAPTER will hold its
installation of officers noon
Wednesday at the Furniture
Club, 24701 Swanson,
Southfield. Installing offi-
cer is Mrs. Alfred E. Lakin,
past president of District 6.
Officers to be installed are
Mesdames Morris Bern-
stein, president; Sam Brick-
ner, Pauline Coskey and Ida
Zimberg, vice presidents;
Abe Weber, treasurer; Ella
Velick, Abe Alpert and So-
phie Ulanoff, secretaries;
and Albert Lee, counselor.
Board members include
Mesdames Belle Davidson,
Jack Friedman, Abe Green,
Rose Klein, Tillie Meer and
Nettie Weinberg. Guests are
. invited. For reservations,
call Mrs. Saul Rott,
547-2086.

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will have its
annual Mother and Daugh-
ter Luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Sutton Place
Apts. club house, 23060 Riv-
erside, Southfield. Vocalist
a) Mrs. Manuel Berman will
entertain, accompanied by
Mrs. Samuel Freedman. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Mrs.. Max Jaffe,
al• 541-0124; Mrs. Jack Sayles,
31- 547-4475; or Mrs. Sam Stew-
art, 557-3117. Eighteen- and
25-year members will be
gi• honored.
* * *
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
.CHAPTER delegates to the
District 6 conference in
Lansing this past weekend
were: Sarena Paul, presi-
dent; Faye Bright, vice pres-
ident; Linda Bez, past presi-
dent; and Millie Mertz and
Arlene Shapiro.
* * *
OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will have its next
dinner-meeting 7 p.m. Tues-
day in the Town and Coun-
try Club. Election of officers

will follow dinner. Max
Shaye, local artist, will give
an illustrated talk on "Ev-

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Wednesdays

between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

strictly,kosher dinners

under supervision of the council of orthodox rabbi's

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no admission at Labor Zionist Institute
28555 Middlebelt, Farmington

between 12 & 13 Mile Rds.

call for reservations 626-0404

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9 mile exit off Lodge Freeway . Across
from Northland Center

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Telephone: 559-6500

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Richard Austin, Frank
Kelley and Leonard Wood
cock were announced as the
honorary chairmen of the
May 17 Histadrut Tribute
Dinner at the Latin Quarter
honoring William C. Mar-
shall, president of the Mich-
igan State AFL-CIO.
Heading the dinner com-
mittee is Douglas Fraser,
UAW vice president, who
will also act as toastmaster.
Co-chairmen are Stan Ar-
nold, Robert Holmes, Tom
Turner and Jack Wood, rep-

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Mother's
Day
Deluxe
Buffet
Brunch

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TO
2 P.M.

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SPECIALIZING IN
BARBECUE RIBS & CHICNEN
and SELECT ITALIAN DISHES

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CVS is the agency that
sets policy and provides the
impetus for members' in-
volvement in civic and com-
munity programs, such as
housing for the elderly,
crime prevention — prison
reform, • disaster relief, as-
sistance to the handicapped,
and alcoholism and drug
abuse.

Setlow is a former mem-
ber of Bnai Brith's board of
governors,- the organiza-
tion's highest policy body,
and former president of Dis-
trict 1, composed of New
England and New York
State.

labor in the state of Michi-
gan. Secretary of the dinner
committee is Walter Camp-
bell, secretary treasurer of
the Michigan State AFL-
CIO.
Proceeds of the dinner
will go to Histadrut's Schol-
arship Fund in Israel which
helps needy youngsters
from low income families to
complete their education.
Histadrut's Scholarship
Fund makes annual grants
for vocational, academic,
and research programs.
Among the members of
the dinner committee are
Senator Philip A. Hart,
members of the judiciary,
high officials in state and
local government, and
leadership of the Histad-
rut Campaign, headed by
its chairman, Morris Lie-
berman.
For reservations, contact
the William C. Marshall
Dinner Committee, 28555
Middlebelt Road, Farming-
ton, or call Histadrut,

• LUNCHEON SPECIALS DAILY •

BAR-B-Q RIBS

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MON.-THURS.
11-11 p.m.
FRI.-SAT.
11-2 a.m.
SUN. 2-10 p.m.

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2 WASHINGTON BLVD.

"IN THE BIG RED HOUSE"

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

1 Block W. of Van Dyke,
just N of Hall Rd. (M-59) ,"

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THE HOME OF BABY SPARE

of Volunteer Unit

WASHINGTON — Her-
bert D. 'Setlow of Orange,
Conn., a leader in New Ha-
ven civic and Jewish affairs,
was elected chairman of
Bnai Brith Community Vol-
unteer Services (CVS) at the
annual meeting of its
48-member national com-
mission here.

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BB Names Chief

Austin, Kelley, Woodcock
to Chair Histadrut Dinner

WILLIAM C. MARSHALL

Now appearing
The Carol Jones Show

erything You Wanted to
Know About Art But Were
Afraid to Ask." For reserva-
tions, call Morton Bechek,
644-4197 or 642-0951. Bnai
Brith members are invited.
The lodge will have its in-
stallation dinner-dance
June 1 at the Raleigh House.
* * *
GALILEE CHAPTER
will have its 15th annual
games night 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel. Tickets are
available by calling the
chairman, Mrs. Jerry Lip-
man, 968-2277, or at the
door.
* * *
DOWNTOWN-FOX
CHAPTER will hold its
annual spring luncheon
noon May 27 at the North-
gate Apts. club house. For
information, call Mrs. Edith
Friedman, 398-2059.

Friday, May 9, 1975 31

TROTer.st-EY S

RIBS SINCE 1941

998 W. HURON

PONTIAC. MICHIGAN

1 BLOCK W, OF TELEGRAPH 3 Blocks. S. of Pontiac Mall

JOHN HUMPHRIES

681-2161

BENNY'S

(SABRA)

"A Deli And Mort!"

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
IN THE OAK PARK CENTER

399-4440

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

Open Daily, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sundays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

NEW NAME CELEBRATION

THIS WEEK ONLY, 3 p.m.-9 p.m.

FRIED CHICKEN or
BAR-B-Q RIBS

INCLUDING
SOUP, SALAD, VEGETABLE,
CHOICE OF POTATO,
BREAD & BUTTER,
BEVERAGE & DESSERT
NO SUBSTITUTIONS!

$

2 95

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COMPLETE
DINNER

Dinner Specials not available on Sunday

Offer Good Only During May

STEAK

-

IN PITA

DELMONICO
STEAK
& TABULI
SALAD
STUFFED
IN PITA
Includes
French Fries
& Beverage

95

COMPLETE

Offer Good
Only During May

ALL CARRY OUT

Incl. Corned Beef,
Pastrami, 'Etc.

20%

OFF

On Purchase of S5 Or More

FANTASTIC DINNER SPECIALS FEATURED DAILY DURING MAY

OUR FABULOUS

SUNDAY PLATTER FOR TWO

SMOKED FISH, SABLE, LOX, HARD- $
BOILED EGG, CREAM CHEESE, TOMA-
TOES, ONIONS, OLIVES AND FOUR
BAGELS.

9 5 FOR

TWO!

TRAYS — FREE DELIVERY

6 MEATS, POTATO SALAD, COLE SLAW, RELISHES,
CHOPPED LIVER AND OUR OWN HOME-BAKED
BREAD.
We Use Vienna-Wilno Products

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