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July 08, 1988 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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I B'NAI B'RITH I

PROMPT t PERSONAL SERVICE & DELIVERY

We reserve the right to limit quantities.
Commercial & industrial accts. welcome!!

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BEVERAGES

, bobs

MEATS & DELI

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TURKEY BREASTS
$4.99 lb.
ROAST BEEF
$4.99 lb.
VIENNA CORNED BEEF $5.99 lb.
VIENNA BEEF SALAMI $5.99 lb.
HOFFMAN'S SUPER
SHARP CHEDDAR
$3.59 lb.
WISCONSIN
NATURAL SWISS
$2.99 lb.
LEG OF LAMB
$2.99 lb.
ALL BEEF
GROUND CHUCK
$1.49 lb.
GRADE "A"
CHICKEN BREAST
$1.99 lb.
PRIME RIB ROAST
$3.99 lb.
GOURMET PARTY TRAYS: Hors d'oruvres

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$7.99 24 pk cans
BUSH BEER
$9.99 case
STROHS BEER

WINES

SUTTER HOME

$3.99

(reg. & light)

white zinfadel

GLENN ELLEN

PIESPORTER

$4.99 21$9

cabernet & chardoney

$9.99

KORBEL

$5.99 1.5 litre
$32.50/case

ALL POP CANS
HENNIEZ WATER

Extra Dry & Brut

$7.99/case

$.99 1.5 litre
$1.00 OFF

$6.99 1.5 litre
-$35.50 case
$3.99
COOK'S CHAMPAGNE
$43.00 case

D'AGOSTINI

White Zinfandel

Any 6 pack Import Beer

(excluding Canadian w/ad)

CALIFORNIA COOLERS $2.994 pk
MOOSEHEAD BEER $7.9912 pk
N.Y. SELTZER All Flavors $.99 1 litre

DR. MAYER PIESPORTER
21$6.00
MICHELSBERG

$33.00 case

GIFT BASKETS

25877 LAHSER RD. AT CIVIC CENTER • SOUTHFIELD

At the B'nai B'rith Louis Marshall Suburban Tikvah Lodge Israel Bond
Dinner, guests of honor Oscar and Jeanette Cook, left, were presented
with the Israel 40th Anniversary Award. Pictued with them were, from
left: Chairman of the Dinner Max Kushner, Mrs. Kushner and Lodge
President Arthur Josephson. More than $300,000 in Israel Bonds were
purchased.

SUPERIOR
FISH CO.

Einstein Lodge, Chapter
Honor Harris For Bonds

Meat, Cheeses, Relish or create your own!

WE DELIVER

VISA'

HOOK INTO THE VARIETY
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SEAFOOD COOKING DEMONSTRATION

By Executive Chef
Dennis Lindinger

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On Sat., July 16th, 10 A.M.-12 NOON

Fresh Alaskan

SALMON
STEAKS
$599 lb.

Fresh Lake

WHITEFISH
FILLETS

$2 99 lb.

Expires 7-16-88

Expires 7-16-88

Fresh Idaho Boned

RAINBOW
TROUT

$389

lb.

Live

MAINE
LOBSTERS
$599 lb.
(VA lb.

avg.)

Expires 7-16-88

Expires 7-16-88

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SUPERIOR FISH CO.

House of Quality

Serving Metropolitan Detroit for Over 40 Years

309 E. 11 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, MI • 541-4632

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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1988

Parking in rear

Mon.-Wed. 8-5
Thurs. & Fri. 8-6
Saturday 8-1

The Albert Einstein Lodge
and Chapter of B'nai B'rith
will honor Lodge President
Nathan Harris of West
BLoomfield at their annual
tribute dinner on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds on
Aug. 7 at the Michigan Inn.
Harris, a Holocaust sur-
vivor, will be the recipient of
the State of Israel's "New Life
Award," presented in remem-
brance of the Warsaw Ghetto
fighers, and "in recognition of
Harris' outstanding ac-
complishments in building a
new life in the United States
and helping to build new
lives, through Israel Bonds,
for the Jewish people of
Israel."
In 1950, Harris immigrated
to the United States and
Detroit, where he went into
what had been his parent's
trade, baking. He opened a
bakery on Michigan Avenue
which he operated for 14
years, and served for a time as
secretary-treasurer of the
Bakers and Confectioners
Union, AFL Local 78.
In 1964, he made a career
change, associating himself
with the bowling industry. He
is now the company president
of three bowling alleys:
Drakeshire Lanes, South
Lyon and Novi Bowls. He also
serves on the boards of direc-
tors of the Bowling Pro-
prietors Association of
Greater Detroit and the Bowl-
ing Proprietors Association of
Michigan's Limited Liquor
Liability Insurance program.
Active in the Israel Bond
campaign, other communal
affiliations include member-
ship in the Friends of Israel
Cancer Association, the
Jabotinsky Society, Shaarit
Haplaytah and Congregation
Beth Achim.
General chairman of the
dinner is Henry Dorfman;
reservation chairmen are

Nathan Harris

Jack Miller and Lola Pines.
In advance of the dinner, a
reception will be held at 7:30
p.m. July 12 in the home of
Louis and Gladys Kay. Recep-
tion guest speaker will be
Israel Amitai, a leading
Israeli TV producer and
director.

I

FOR WOMEN I

Gluck Chapter
Has Luncheon

Amit Women, Fannie Gluck
Chapter will hold a luncheon
meeting on Monday, at Lin-
coln Towers club room, 15075
Lincoln Dr., Oak Park, at
11:30 a.m.
Plans for the forthcoming
golden anniversary donor
event will be discussed. There
will be a short program. Ann
Rosenberg and Bertha
Spilman are co-presidents.

Negbah Chapter
Plans Meeting

Negbah Shalom-Chai
Chapter, Na'amat/USA will
have a meeting on Wednesday
at noon at the Na'amat
building, 25900 Greenfield,
room 205E, Oak Park. Ar-
rangements for future
meetings will be discussed.
Refreshments will be served.

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