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April 19, 1985 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Deli Unitue

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mlle Rd.

NOW
OPEN
SUNDAY

7967-3999

Friday, April 19, 1985

. . . "The Ideal Spot
To Rendezvous"

CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

519/256-4621

rael Task Force of the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council; vice president
of the New York Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Council; vice
chairman of the American Zionist
Youth Foundation; and as a board
member of a host of other organ-
izations.
He served as vice president of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board for eight years, and con-
tinues to serve as a member of its
board.
His efforts in the nation were
recognized by President Lyndon
B. Johnson, who appointed him to
the National Citizens Committee
for Community Relations to help
implement civil rights legisla-
tion.
Dr. Miller, who holds a master's
degree from Columbia Univer-
sity, is now rabbi emeritus of the
Kingsbridge Heights Jewish Cen-
ter in the Bronx, having served
his congregation for more than 25
years. He also served as a chap-
lain in the Army Air Corps during
World War II in the United States
and overseas, and was national
chaplain of the Jewish War Vete-
rans and a consultant to the De-
partment of Defense in Japan,
Alaska and the European Thea-
ter.
He has been honored by many
organizations. He was awarded
the honorary Doctor of Divinity
degree by Yeshiva University in
1967. He is listed in Who's Who in
America, the Encyclopedia
Judaica and Who's Who in World
Jewry.
Salek (Sol) Lessman is the
dinner chairman. He is assisted
by Alex Roberg and Fayga Dom-
bey.
For dinner reservations, call
Young Israel of Oak-Woods, 398-
1177.

OPEN FROM 11 a.m.
FOR LUNCH X

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Rabbi Slates Talk

Temple Beth El Associate
Rabbi Norman Roman will dis-
cuss "Customs in Contemporary
Judaism" 10:30 a.m. Wednesday
at Friends School in Detroit. The
free program is being sponsored
by the Jewish Chautauqua
Society.
For information, call the school,
259-6722.

131 RIVERSIDE DR. WEST
blk. W. of OUELLETTE)
WINDSOR, ONTARIO

EARLY BIRD MENU

1001C.--op) 1.0

4 p.m. to 1 p.m. — Mon. Thin Fri.

6 DIFFERENT
ENTREES

WED.
SPECIAL 1 1/4 lb. LIVE LOBSTER ...

"Look For The Orange Awning"
30% Discount on
Mon. - Thurs. 11 am - 11 pm
Fri. & Sat. 11 am - 12:30 am
the U.S. Dollar

$525

1075

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY

MITCH'S II

GREENFIELD NORTH OFF 10 • 967-3922

BANQUET ROOMS
AVAILABLE FOR
ANY OCCASION

WHAT MAKES KINGSLEY
INN'S SUNDAY BRUNCH
SO GREAT ANYWAY?

From 50 to 400

We Can Assist Your Party Needs With
Everything From Hors d'Oeuvres and
Cocktails To A Sit-Down Black Tip Affair

(Voted Detroit's No. 1 Sundai, Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit
magazine's readers poll, Nov. '84 issue.)

•White linen and silver service.
•Elegant ambience of the Kingsley dining rooms.
•No compromise is ever made with quality or freshness.
•A dazzling, ever-changing array of breakfast, luncheon and
dinner favorites, and pastries from our own pastry chef, too
numerous to mention.
•Sane prices: only $7. 95 for adults, $4.95 for children age 7
and under.

For More Information, Please Call

666-4440

Your Host: Bill Mitchell
Your Hostess: Juanita

6665 HIGHLAND RD. (M-59), Across from Oakland-Pontiac Airport
Pontiac, Mich.

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Selected to serve at the U.S. Presidential Inaugurals
In Washington, D.C., 1981 and 1985.

WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 642-0100

Rosenman Lecture
Scheduled at SZ

Yehuda Rosenman, national
director of the Jewish communal
affairs department of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, will speak
on "American Jews and Israel --
A Changing Relationship?" at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek at 8 p.m.
Thursday.
The lecture is sponsored by the
family of the late Dr. Samuel
Krohn. Dr. Krohn served as
president of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council of Detroit from 1965
to 1968.
Dr. Krohn was an officer at
2 Cong. Shaarey Zedek from 1956
and was president of the congre-
gation from 1969 to 1971.
The lecture is free of charge and
open to the community. It is of-
fered under the auspices of the
Shaarey Zedek Cultural Commis-
sion.

Where The Action Is!

AN OPEN LETTER

PHOENIX FAMILY RESTAURANT
23041 COOLIDGE N. OF 9 MILE RD. • OAK PARK • 542-2799

To Our Many Loyal Customers

For many years the Susie Q Restaurant has been a landmark
on Woodward Avenue . . . famous for serving only the finest
and freshest of seafoods. A family-owned restaurant, it has
catered to the family trade for 42 years.

OPEN 7 DAYS — MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
SATURDAY 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
SUNDAY 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

BREAKFAST SPECIALS SERVED ALL DAYI

ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF 20 CENTS AFTER REGULAR HOURS

WE ALSO FEATURE DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

OFF
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10%

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SENIOR CITIZENS AFTER 4 p.m.

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, 2 FOR 1

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With This Coupon . . . After 4 p.m.
Good 7 Days A Week . . . Dine In Only—No Carry Out I

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KEBOB w/Rice & Gravy
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w/Pot.

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w/French Fries
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w/Rice

The new menu also features a "Kiddie Korner" for children
. . . so please feel free to bring the kiddies, they'll love Susie Q
fish & chips.

Our speedy and efficient Take-Out Department is
to serve you. Simply call 543-7300. Call about ou r ,
special prices on BUCKETS-O-FISH for the whole family.

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New and exciting things are happening at Susie-Q! A com-
pletely new, reasonably-priced menu has recently been in-
stalled and features healthful broiled and baked seafoods, fresh
soup daily, low-cal salads and freshly prepared daily luncheon
specials for business people.

FOR
TWO!

$ 6 9 5

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ALL ABOVE ALSO INCLUDE: SALAD OR COLE SLAW, BREAD & BUTTER

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2216 N. WOODWARD AVE.

1/4 Milo North of 111 Milo

543-7300

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