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July 14, 1978 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-14

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THE DRTI101108VISOIRDIS

Charles Rubiner's Role. as Jurist, College Cook-Out
Synagogue Leader Cited on 80th

Restaurant and Lounge

Metropolitan Detroit
Foirtz

Located In
Holiday inn of Farmington

10 Mile & Gd. River 477-4000

At The Inn

Complete Catering Facilities
Up To 350

• Weddings • Bar Maras .51 parties

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• Cyalete Dialers • Besieessies's Ladies
• Breakfast

Restaurant Open 6 am. to 10:30 p.m. 7 Days A Week
Lounge Open Til 2 am.

SPECIALIZING IN ..
• BARBEQUED SPARE RIBS
• BARBEQUED CHICKEN
• FRESH_SEA FOOD
• COMPLETE MENU
• CHOICE COCKTAILS
FAMILY DINING AT ITS BEST

CARRY OUT
' 946.7900

OPEN 7 DAYS ... Mon thru Fn., 11 to 12
Sat,Sto 12 Sun.12to 12

11780 TELEGRAPH

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Club- Berkley

NB woman AT 1114 ILE

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• Tioy Lake Perch • Turtle Soup
• Fresh Seafoods
• Dover Sole
• • Steaks & Chops • Baby Frog Legs

IT
ace &
FIAn & 1 KM.

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CHEF SPECIALS

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY NIGHTS

12 OZ. BROILED
NEW YORK STEAK

95

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Served On A Sizzling Platter
OR

BROILED FLORIDA RED SNAPPER

Both

Complete

$695

Dinners Inc.

Track Nein Sap K kin, Salad, Net garlic Brad,
Petals er Vegetable, Fresh Baked Leaf of Bread.

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

NOW SERVING

ALL DINNERS

Franklin Club Apts.,
28301 Franklin Rd., South-
field, will formally open
today with a welcome to the
community by Southfield's
Mayor Donald Frarnesi.
Franklin Club, for senior
citizens, has been more than
five years in planning, zon-
ing and construction. When
complete, it will offer
apartment-hotel services to
372 residents.
Franklin Club is modeled
after successful senior citi-
zen residents in Denmark
and Sweden. Each resident
at Franklin Club has a com-
plete apartment unit with a
full kitchen but each -resi-
dent eats breakfast and
supper in the Franklin Club
restaurant.
Among the amenities
offered each resident is
the service of the
chauffer-driven limosine;
use of exercise, game and
card rooms; a TV viewing

353-5170

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual Spiritual Adop-

THIS SUNDAY ONLY — ALL DAY

TUESDAYS MU SATURDAYS PRIME RIB or VEAL PICCANTE
ANTIPASTO
COMPLEM WITH $5 9

INCL: SHRIMP & ALASKAN KING CRAB

Plus

OUR OWN HOUSE POTATO

EN

SALAD, SOUP,
SPAGHETTI,
BREADSTICKS,
BREAD & BUTTER

AND SALAD SOUP & SPAGHETTI
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. — SUNDAYS 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. 0


4 0 N. TELEGRAPH, 1/2 BLK. S. OF JOY RD.

BOOK YOUR ALL OCCASION PARTY WITH US
PRIVATE ROOMS AVAILABLE . . . 10 to 100

• Weddings
• Showers

• Bar littzwas
• Bonquitts

• Etc.
• Etc.

dinner for college-age
the mayor's Detroit Com- youth, 8 p.m. Wednesday at
mittee on Youth for three Hillel House, Oak Park.
years, was one of the found-
There is a charge.
ers and a director of the De-
troit Round Table of the Na-
Having An Affair?
tional Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews. For eight
years he was on the board of
governors of the Jewish
27701 Crdrard Lake Road
Welfare Federation of De-
553-2191
Near 12 Mile
troit, and was president of
the Jewish Community
Center for three years.
He is a past president of
the Detroit Bar Association.
He was also on the board of
the United Hebrew Schools,
DELI & RESTAURANT
serving as its vice president
for several years. He was
one of the founding mem-
bers of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council.

SEE US AT
OLD TIME DELI

DARBYS

CHARLES RUBINER

and elected for a six-year
term in 1933. On retire-
ment from the bench he
served for a time as a spe-
cial prosecutor for
Wayne County, later en-
tering private law prac-
tice.

OPENING
SOON!

565-4848
DANCING FRI. & SAT. TO

FOR RES. CALL

TOMMY GOOD & CO.

THE NEW

p o..1

GOVERNOR'S
HUNGARIAN VILLAGE

TAKE 1-275 SOUTH TO EXIT 5—
TURN LEFT (EAST) TO
G..811

He was the chairman of

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room with a giant TV sc-
reen; laundry and linen
service and maid service.

The apartment's restaur-
ant, which offers full wait-
ress service, also features a
beverage island, open at all
times, where residents help
themselves to fruit- juices,
soft drinks, coffee, ice
cream, cookies and cake.
The individual apart-
ments have a full kitchen,
living room, 1 or 2 bedrooms
and bath. Only the nurses'
call cords in the bath and
bedroom and elaborate
hand rails in the bath mark
the apartments as being for
senior citizens.
Franklin Club occupies
twelve acres, which is in the
process of being extensively
landscaped and will include
garden plots for residents to
use; hiking paths; areas for
lawn games; and picnicing
and seating areas.

Pioneer Women Council Sets
`Spiritual Adoption' Luncheon

LUNY DRAKE, Sing Stylings, Moo. Oro Sat.

1

An aliya at Sabbath ser-
vices in Cong. Shaarey
Zedek was the impressive
means of according an
earned honor for Charles
Rubiner to mark his 80th
birthday.
The aliya was given the
former jurist Saturday by
the synagogue which he
served with distinction as
president and in other offi-
cial capacities.
Judge Rubiner was born
in Traverse City in 1898,
where his late father, Ab-
raham Joseph Rubiner, was
the city's only religious
functionary.
He was educated in the
Detroit Public School sys-
tem and admitted to the
Michigan Bar in 1919. He
later served for three years
as an assistant attorney
general- of the state.
He was appointed
judge of the Common
Pleas Court by Gov.
Wilber Brucker in 1931

Senior Apts. Open Today

NOW WE DANCE
THE FOX TROT & CHA CHA

Mm NIL TIn Sat
Earlalend Tes. - Sat

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tion Luncheon noon Thurs-
day at Stouffer's Restaur-
ant.
Rose Kaufman of Israel,
past national president of
Pioneer Women, will be
guest speaker.
The spiritual adoption
program provides full-time
care for Israeli children who
are orphaned or from "bro-
ken homes." The care cen-
ters are located at Omna,
Neve-Tay, Bet Katchko,
Hadera and Rehovot.
At Neve-Tay, which
services emotionally im-
paired children, there is
one surrogate mother for
every two children, and a
psychologist and nurse
are constantly on hand.
' There is minimum charge
required for attendance.
Evelyn Noveck is chairman
of the luncheon. Betty Rath
is president, and Ruth Mil-
ler is executive vice presi-
dent. For information, call
the Pioneer Women office,
851-0750.

AN 00D.

WINES—LIOUORS-
CHOICE STEAKS—
FRESH SEAFOOD—
JAY ICALLAO

and his famous GYPSY ORCHESTR

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WED.—FRI.—SAT.

LUNCH, MON.-SAT.
DINNER, TUES.-SAT.
For Reservations, Phone

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82-356

OUR SIAM
HOURS:
— RESTAURANT —

MON. HMI TINS.
11 a.s. b 11 p.a.
Iii, 11 La. Is 12 Md.
SAT., 4 p.m Is 12 Md.
Sat, 4 p.m b 11 p.a.

— OUTDOOR CAFE
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ITALIAN RESTAURANT

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FM. 11 as b 12 Md.
Sal, 12 mess b 12 Mt
SAIL, 12 ewe te 11 to.
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Pizza rated No. 1 by
Channel 7 News
BEER & WINE

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IN FRANKUN SHOPING PLAZA

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at the regular price

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