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June 17, 1977 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JAKItS

RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

25234 GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mile
GREENFIELD CENTER
967-3922

CARL
STEGER

AT THE PIANO BAR
TUES. THRU SAT.

Detroit Bnai Brith Council
Hosts District Parley Here

DINNER SPECIALS
MON. THRU FRI.
FROM $4.95

Businessmen's Luncheons
MON.-FRI., 11 to 3 p.m.

Bnai Brith Activities

The 109th annual conven-
tion of Bnai Brith District 6
will take place June 26-28 at
the Michigan Inn, hosted by
the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council. The con-
vention will open with a 10

DETROIT
BUSINESS
AND
PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER installed Myna

sontersei
dinnerthealm

SALAD BAR
WITH ALL DINNERS

"ACCOMMODATIONS"
Starring Channel 7's
RITA BELL

ALLAN JACOBS

a.m. registration June 26.
Delegates from Michigan,
Illinois, Wisconsin, North
Dakota, South Dakota, Ne-
braska, Minnesota and
Western Canada will join
for workshops and meetings
and the installation of the
district president, Allan
Jacobs, who will be in-
stalled at a 6 p.m. dinner-
dance June 28 at Adat Sha-
lom Synagogue. Executive
vice president of Inter-
national Briai frith, Dr.
Daniel Thursz, be the
guest speaker at the instal-
lation banquet.
For installation banquet
tickets and information,
call the local Bnai Brith of-
fice, 354-6100. Registration
fee for the three-day conven-
tion may be mailed to the
district office, 8 S. Mich-
igan. Ave., Chicago, Ill.,

Directed by Pierre Turgeon
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7:30
A Turgeon & Launce Prod.

643-6360
S13.50 per person

For reservations
mail check or money order to
SOMERSET MALL
2801 W. Big Beaver Road
Troy., Michigan 48084

la or akels
the

6580 ORCHARD LAKE RD., Just S. of Maple
626-8585
626-9710

,COMPLETE DELICATESSEN
WITH A LITTLE BIT OF ITALY

• BREAK FAST•LUNCH• DINNER• SNACKS

60603.

TUES. THRU THURS., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
SAT., 10 a.m.-12 Mid.

FRI., 11 a.m.-12 Mid.
SUN., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
FEATURING WILNO-VIENNA PRODUCTS

CHINA
GATE

TRAY CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

• DELICATESSEN •BAR-B-0 RIBS • ITALIAN SPE-
CIALTIES •SALADS • PIZZA • STEAKS • SEAFOOD
• DAIRY DISHES • FISH &CHIPS • ETC. ETC. ETC.

A

IS OPEN AT

Pine Lake Mall

LUNCH & DINNER

SPECIALS

MON.. T HRU FRI.

DAILY HOURS:
MON. THR U THURS.,

11 a.m. t o 11 p.m.

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

Pizza rated NQ. 1 by
Channel 7 News
BEER & WINE

FRI., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SAT., 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
SUN., 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BET. LONG LAKE
& LONE PINE

851-5540

MON.-THURS.,
n a.m. to n p.m.
FRI. IL SAT.,
11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
SUN & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

LUNCHEON SPECIALS



NORTHWESTERN HGWY. AT 12 MILE & FRANKLIN
IN FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

!

357-3280

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

Lunch is a
whole new experience.

We've turned over a new leaf at lunch. From our new casual
decor featuring dozens of green, growing plants. To a=
delectable new menu . . . featuring just what you've always
wanted for lunch. Like sandwiches made from succulent
prime rib. Fluffy omelettes ... your choice from a combination
of flavors. Or a light, satisfying combination of homemade
soup and a salad you build yourself
from our bountiful bar.

Coach &
Four

STOUFFER'S NORTHLAND INN
21000 Northwestern Highway
569-4700

Friday, June 17, 1977 31

.

Stein as president at its in-
stallation luncheon at Kings-
ley Inn. Other officers are:
Ida Topper, Bertha Fein-
berg and Lillian Bratt, vice
presidents; Betty Fischer,
Ethel Atkins, Esther Segal
and Ruth Lefton, secretar-
ies; Mildred Saphirstein,
treasurer; and Mae Ber-
man, Esther Goodman,
Sophie Kellerman, Rose
Schwartz, Rose Sweet, Ida
Wexler and Alice Zarem-
ber, board members. Coun-
cil delegates are Shirley
Bernstein, Alice Cohen,
Alyce Diamond, Molly Ger-
shenzon, Molly Moss, Ms.
Stein and Ms. Topper. Alter-
nates are Ms. Bratt and
Betty Silverfarb. Ida Nath-
an, past president of the
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil, was installing officer.
Installation chairmen were
Rebecca Winston and Es-
ther Weintraub.
***

MARSHALL SUBURBAN
LODGE will install newly

-

elected officers at a dinner-
dance 6 p.m. June 26 at the
Glen Oaks Country Club. Al-
bert Gutman, past presi-
dent, will be the installing
officer, and Max Kushner
will host the event. The fol-
lowing officers will be- in-
stalled: Carl Pearl, presi-
dent; Alfred Stebbins,
Larry Zatkin, Jerome Got-
tlieb, vice presidents; Dave
Diskin, Joe Rodman, secre-
taries; Morris Pearl, treas-
urer; Bernard Schlussel,
chaplain; Albert Goodman,
warden; Jerome Gilbert,
guardian; Harry Bodzin,
Isadore Goldfarb, Charles
Fink, Max Kushner, Jack
Tarnow, Edward Schlussel,
Mike Rader, Steve Rader
and Harold Freed, trustees.
Eric Rosenow will provide
music. For reservations,
call Carl Pearl, VE 8-5384.
***

IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE

will install Oscar Tuttleman
as president at its 30th anni-
versary celebration Sunday
at the Top Hat Supper Club,
Windsor. Other officers to
be installed are : Iry Mar-
shall, Ray Rebeck, Marc
Tuttleman and Marc Weber-
man, vice presidents;
Larry Schlussel, Barry
Blauer and Charles Blauer,
secretaries; Robert Krup-
kin, treasurer; Julius
Schlussel, chaplain; and Al
Berlin, Lou Cohen, Alex
Friedman and Ed Gittle-
man, members-at-large.
***
COUPLETS UNIT in-
stalled Norrine Freeman as
president at the unit's an-
nual installation at Kings-
ley Inn. Other officers are
Anita Freeman, Henry Gut-
ter, Ron Wonboy and Arni
Zalesin, vice presidents;
Jean Alspector, treasurer;
Fern Adelstein, Judy Green
and Linda Yellin, secretar-
ies; and Ruth Grey, junior
past president. Trustees are
Jeri Berlin, Steve Berlin,
Elanna Broder, Barbara
Carney, Betty Rose Eisen-
berg, Jim Grey, Judy Gor-
don, Jeff Laderman, Alex
Ornstein, Joe Scott, John Se-
lesko, Arnie Weiner, Rena
Meyers, George Freeman,
Tobye Salinger and Marc
Rich

.

CENTENNIAL LODGE

elected David L. Friedman
president at its recent elec-
tion meeting. Other officers
are Jack Abella, Joseph
Bender, Robert Leichtman
and Maurice Silverman,
vice presidents ; Hy Pilchik,
Robert Friedman and Sam
Goldstein, secretaries;
Wayne Kristall, treasurer;
and Gerald Corlin, chap-
lain. Trustees are Ron

Want a Skimpy Sandwich?
DON'T COME TO

OLD TIME DELI

27701 Orchard Lake Road
553-2191
Near 12 Mile

air Ail; SAVINGS!

[

EA RLY

25 To

Davis, Sol Lefton, Her§hel
Ploshnick, Lou Goutrrian,
Jerry Paskovitz and Jerry
Sipher.
(Continued on Page 32)

O FF

ON ALL DISHES
MON. THRU SAT. -4 to 6 p.m.

INCLUDING GOURMET SELECTIONS, APPETIZERS, DINNERS, ALA CARTE. ETC.

Sorry, No Entertainment '77
Cou
Coupons
or Credit Cards F. or This Special

Offer Expires

-- UlliCS1- 1AW ISA

6

June 25, 1977

404 ORCHARD LAKE AT MAPLE-ORCHARD MALL-851-6400

REG. HOURS: Mon. Thru Thurs., 11:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 11:30 to 1 a.m. Sun., 4 to 10 p.m.

FINE
- FOOD'

DIMITRI'S

13400 W. 9 MILE RD. & COOLIDGE • OAK PARK

• COMPLETE FAMILY DINING •
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH DINNER
HOME-MADE COOKING PLUS
GREEK FOOD AND
COMPLETE WEIGHT WATCHER MENU



Frosted Free Ice Cream • Home Made Pies

OPEN 7 DAYS, 7 .am. to 11 p.m.

RIBS

RIBS

RIBS

The Port Hole Lounge has developed a new process for cooking
moist and juicy ribs on a bar-b-que spit. We are the only
restaurant using this process and every rib is the most moist and
juciest rib you ever tasted. So come to the Pat Hole Lounge for
the best ribs in town because nobody else has our process and
our process is so novel we are filing for a U.S. patent.

COMPLETE WITH SALAD BAR

$5.95

PORT HOLE LOUNGE

IN REAR OF SAIL INN

25101 TELEGRAPH RD.,Just N. of 10 Mile

358-1611

■■■■■•••■■■••■■•■*

WHEN IN WINDSOR EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE IS

HUNGARIAN VILLAGE •

RESTAURANT & TAVERN

VEAL PAPRIKAS
CHICKEN PAPRIKAS
WIENER SCHNITZEL

.

$4.95
$4.25

'4.95

ABOVE INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD, BREAD & BUTTER

I ALL OUR FOOD IS HOME-MADE I

MON.-SAT., 12 NOON-12 MID.

1665 OTTOWA ST.

SUN., 12 NOON-10 P.M.

For Res.

1-519-258-3212

Might Out of Tunnel to Goyeau. Right To Wyandotte. Left 7 Lights to Gladstone. Right To
Ottowa.

We Honor Major Credit Cards
41•4111• ■•■■■•■•■

UPSTAIRS
DOWNSTAIRS

Restaurant

(Formerly Centaur Rinksid e)

5600 DRAKE RU.
AT WALNUT LK. RD.

Just 2 Miles W. of Orchard Lake Rd.

661-4400

MON.-THURS., 11:30 a.m. to 12 Mid
FRI. & SAT., 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Closed Sundays

NOW SERVING
LUNCH
MON. THRU SAT.

NEW MENUS!
IMPROVED SERVICE!

NOW APPEARING

TUES. THRU SAT. 8 p.m.

LORIO •

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