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September 19, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SPECIALIZING IN
BARBECUE RIBS 8 CHICNEN
and SELECT ITALIAN DISHES
• LUNCHEON SPECIALS DAILY •

OUR FAMOUS

BAR-B-Q RIBS

HOURS:

MON.-THURS.
11 to 11 p.m.

FRI., 11 to 2 a.m.

SAT., 4 to

2 o:m.

SUN., 2 to 8

p.m.

COMPLETE FAMILY
DINING

45199 CASS • UTICA
731-4440

IN THE

81G RED HOUSE

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

LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN

will have a chairmen's meet-
ing 10:30 a.m. Sunday in the
home of the president, Gert
Left, 14220 Nadine, Hun-
tington Woods. Continental
breakfast will be served. For
information, call Mrs. Left,
398-4374, or the JWVA of-
fice, 559-5680. The ladies
department will have a gen-
eral meeting 8:15 p.m.
Thursday, at the JWV head-
quarters. Mrs. Left will re-
port on national convention.

* * *

WWI Veterans
Take Israel Tour

BALTIMORE — Four
veterans of the Palestine

Nunn• .014ages

Otible

1403 S. COMMERCE (near the intersection
at Maple/ 15 & Pontiac Trail)

Reservations Suggested

624-6660
WED. S THURS., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

COMPLETE DINNERS FOR TWO

INCLUDES: SALAD BAR, SOUP OR JUICE, HOME-MADE BREAD,
ROLLS S. BAGELS AND COFFEE, TEA OR MILK

Choice Of

$

79 5

• CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS
• BREADED PERCH
• BROILED
Choice of
CHOPPED SIRLOIN
• BEEF ALA d.

Choice of smothered in onions or
mushroom 8 bordelaise sauce.

Annetta Miller to Be Honored

j wv

COUNTRY INN

DEUTSCH
• VEAL
SCALLOPINI

Jewish Legion of World
War I relived their wartime
experiences by visiting some
new settlements in Israel
recently.
The four are Hyman Re-
iskin of Hyattsville, Md.;
Max Jacobson, Cleveland,
Ohio; Abraham Einhorn,
Los Angeles, Calif.; and
William Braiterman, Balti-
more, Md.
They visited Modi'in,
birthplace of the Maccabees,
where a group of American
olim started a moshay. They
also visited Nativ Hagdud,
adjacent to where the unit
was encamped during the
war, and a third moshav es-
tablished in honor of the
Jewish Legion of World
War I.
Members of one moshav
treated the veterans to a
program, and in turn, the
veterans brought tapes of
high holiday services with
recordings of famous can-
tors long since dead. Many
of the sabras were hearing
the prayers for the first
time.

Men's Clubs

ADAT
SHALOM
MEN'S CLUB will host the

95

Passbook Onipons Not Applicable On These Speciols

Great Lakes Regional Con-
vention Oct. 24-26. Presi-
dent Albert Farber has ap-
pointed Emanuel Feinberg,
chairman and David Zeff,
co-chairman.

Mrs. Annetta Miller, of
Huntington Woods, a mem-
ber of the Michigan Board
of Education and longtime
officer of Americans for
Democratic Action, will be
honored by the ADA at a
dinner, 7:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Raleigh House. The
dinner will be preceded by
a reception
Presidential hopeful Rep.
Morris K. Udall (D-Ariz.)
\ vill be guest speaker and
present his first major polit-
ical address in his Michigan
primary campaign.

Friday, September 19, 1975 23

HUSBAND
WANTED

Mrs. Miller will be pre-
sented the 1975 Joanne
Schamel award for commu-
nity service by the Michigan
ADA. She has long been ac-
tive on the Michigan politi-
cal scene.
For dinner reservations,
call Alan Feuer, DI 1-3705.

TO TAKE HIS MATE

WINING AND
DINING AT. . . .

David Ganus' Delightful

Hungarian Village

Disabled to Meet

The Circle of Handi-
capped Friends will meet
1:30 p.m. Monday at the
Jewish Community Center.
For information, call Fayga
Dombey, DI 1-5959.

SANYIKA'S FAMOUS GYPSIES
SERENADE HER

1001-Springwells — 1 Blk. N. of
1-75
(S'fld. to 1-75 N. to Springwells)
843-5611
Major Credit Card Accepted.

1■1111.•■■

SERVING "THE
GOOD OLD DAYS"

‘ 4i

#111 t ri

• SPIT BAR-B-QUED
RIBS

10

MILE &
TELEGRAPH

• SOUPS BREWED IN
OUR GREAT KETTLE

OCD Most Office Inn

• PAN-STYLE SQUARE
PIZZA

25101 TELEGRAPH RD.

(JUST N. OF 10 MILE RD.)

Southfield, Mich.

• DAILY SPECIALS

358-1611

• DISTINCTLY
DIFFERENT
DESSERTS

TEMPORARY NEW HOURS
MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS.... 11 a.m. TO 11 p.m.
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS .... 11 a.m. TO 4:30 a.m.
SUNDAYS
4 p.m. TO 11 p.m.

IPA.TALVOIVVY.I.l.P,

\ 9/ 1

ROSE & IRVING GUTTMAN

I

Vienna

From

IRVING'S

CORNED BEEF OR
PASTRAMI SANDWICH

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Restaurant-Delicatessen

27165 GREENFIELD, 1 BIk. N. of 11 Mile
Next To Great Scott Market
559-1380

FOR YOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT AND
UNLIMITED ENTHUSIASM IN HELPING
MAKE THIS A HAPPY AND UTMOST
SUCCESSFUL

FIRST ANNIVERSARY

DINING ROOM OR CARRY-OUT

$ 50

Vienna or Wilno Kosher

SALAMI $1179

lb.

Unsliced

AND OF COURSE OUR AS ALWAYS

HOURS

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

TUES., WED., THURS. & FRI., 7 a.m. TO 11 p.m.
SATURDAY, 7 a.m. TO 1 a.m. SUNDAY, 7 a.m. TO 10 p.m.
BREAKFAST— LUNCH—DINNER—CARRY-OUT—TRAY EXCELLENCE

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ONE WEEK ONLY ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS
FRI., SEPT. 19 THRU FRI., SEPT. 26

Thank You

TUES. THRU FRI. 'TIL 11 a.m. SAT. & SUN. 'TIL 10 a.m.



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