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August 26, 1977 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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William Meese, Edison Chief, to Get Humanitarian Award

WHAT'S A

William G. Meese. chair-
man of the board of the De-
troit Edison Co.. will be hon-
ored with the 1977 Inter-
national Bnai Brith Human :
itarian Award at a $125-per-
plate dinner Nov. 15 at The
Fairlane Manor "for distin:
guished and enduring contri-
butions of a humanitarian
nature.'"
Meese received a Bache-
lor of Science degree in
electrical engineering from
Purdue University in 1941
and joined Detroit Edison
immediately following grad-

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uation. He held a number
of positions in the company
prior to becoming chairman
of the board and chief exec-
utive officer in 1975.
Meese is currently a di-
rector of the Eaton Corp..
Ex-Cell-0 Corp.. Manufac-
turers National Corp. and

STRICT KOSHER MEATS

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Formerly Tel Aviv Meat Market
Supervised by the Council of Orthodox Rabbis of
Greater Detroit and special Mashgiach Rabbi M.
Spitz.

Featuring Watt Kosher Meats
Exclusively

ALL MEATS READY KOSHERED

Come and meet the Shomer Shabbos
Owner & Butcher from Brooklyn, New York

CHECK OUR LOW PRICES
LEAN STEW BEEF
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more than 200.000 young
people and teenagers on col-
lege campuses and in high
schools in Detroit and
throughout the country.
Bnai Brith is the largest
.Jewish service organization
in the world with more than
500.000 members. including
13.000 in the Detroit area.
The Humanitarian Award is
being presented on behalf
of the Bnai Brith Founda-
tion of the United States.
General dinner chairmen
are bavid K. Easlick. Jo-
seph L. Hudson. Jr.. and
Alan E. Schwartz. Louis.
Weber is Bnai Brith Founda-
tion Committee chairman.
Ernest Shaw is president of
the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai' Brith Council.

Bnai Brith 1

WILLIAM G. MEESE

Manufacturers National
Bank of Detroit.
He also is a director and
member of the executive
committee of the Edison
Electric Institute and a di-
rector of The Economic
Club of Detroit. Public Utili-
ties Reports Inc.. and
United Foundation and a
trustee of Citizens Research
Council of Michigan, .De-
troit Renaissance. Metropol-
itan Fund, Inc.. New De-
troit, Inc.. The Rackham
Engineering Foundation
and Harper-Grace Hospi-
tals.
Proceeds will help contin-
ue one of the largest youth
serving programs in Amer-
ica. including Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations at univer-
sities. Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganizations and Bnai Brith
Vocational Services helping

BOB'S

DOWNTOWN-FOX CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 7 in the Maple House
Restaurant. 10 Mile and
Southfield Rds. Refresh-
'tents. games and prizes
will follow.
* * *
CENTENNIAL CHAP-
TER is forming teams for
its 1977-1978 afternoon bowl-
ing league. The bowling sea-
son will begin 1 p.m. Sept. 7
at Plum Hollow Lanes. The
sanctioned leagve. awards
prize money. and a lunch-
eon is held at the end of the
season. Bnai Brith Women
members interested in join-
ing the league may call Sue
Radner. 477-1289. or Carol
'Mover. 626-3022.

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Celet rate3. 8011t,

Anna Lesser was ten-
dered a buffet supper in the
home of her grandchildren.
Dr. and Mrs. James Less-
er. on Aug. 14 on the occa-
sion of her 80th birthday.
The party was given by
Mrs. Lesser's children. Dr.
and Mrs. Morton Lesser.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Less-
er and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Offen.
Attending the party were
Mrs. Lesser's eight grand-
children. two great-grand-
children relatives and
friends.

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PEACHES



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write Bnai Brith Founda-
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field. 48075. or call 354-
' 6100.

M - F 9 - 8 Sat. 8 - 8 Sun. 8 - 5



At Bob's Markets we try our best to give the best in merchandise and service.
Price Wise We Are The Lowest and Quality is the Best.
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