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May 08, 1959 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-08

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Miss Ca?fin to Wed
Maurice Beikin

BBYO Regional Board
Installs New Officers

To We Dec. 20

I Teen-Agers Wash, Bake to Net Campaign Funds

A car wash and two bake group from Bismarks, Jordy
sales, sponsored by Teen clubs Culbert, president, and Bernie
New officers, recently elect-
of the Jewish Community Cen- Barth, club leader. Herb Pont
ed by the board of directors
ter, netted $77 for the Allied coordinated the project.
of the Bnai Brith Youth Or-
Jewish Campaign recently.
Argyles raised $30 and Sigma
ganization's Michigan Region,
The car wash, held on the Phis, $18, with recent bake
were installed at the annual
parking lot of the new main sales. All baked goods were
meeting recently.
building, 18100 Meyers, was prepared at home by club mem-
They are Irving Flaschen,
hampered by cold weather, but bers. Nancy Adelson is presi-
chairman; Mrs. David Gros-
$29 was raised.
dent of Argyles and Roz Bloch
berg, vice-chairman; and Mey-
Although a cooperative pro- is club leader. Barbara Cartier
er Leib, treasurer. Harry Katz,
ject of many Teen clubs, the is president of the Sigma Phis
outgoing vice-chairman, was
backbone of the project was a and Diane May is club leader.
chairman of the evening's pro-
gram, and Hy Crystal, execu-
tive director of Michigan Bnai
KAPLAN BROS. RECIPE OF THE WEEK !
Brith, was installing officer.
Special certificates of award.
were presented to Lodge and
Chapter BBYO chairmen and
2 pounds ground beef
2 tablespoons cornstarch
advisors for their - work of the
2 eggs
2 tablespoons soy sauce
3 tablespoons flour
MISS NANCY BLANKE
1 teaspoon accent
past year. Rabbis Hayim Donin
3 /4 cup oil
3 /4 cup vinegar
and Israel I. Halpern led the
11/2 cups chicken bouillon
1
3
4
cup pineapple juice
Announcement is made of the
3 large green peppers, diced
3 /4 cup sugar
invocation and benediction, re-
6 slices canned pineapple,
1 /2 teaspoon salt
engagement
of
Nancy
Barbara
spectively.
diced
Freshly ground black pepper
Earl Yaillen, regional youth ' Blanke, daughter of Mrs. David
Shope
ground
beef
into
balls.
Combine
eggs, flour, salt and
director, presented his annual M. Blanke, of Warrington Dr. :
pepper. Dip meat balls in batter and fry in oil until brown.
report, and there was a pro- and the late Mr. Blanke, to Har-
Remove meat balls and keep hot. Pour out all but 1 tablespoon
gram presented by members of old Josephson, son of Mr. and
oil from skillet. Add '/2 cup bouillon, green pepper and pine-
BBYO, including Barbara On- Mrs. Joseph Josephson, of Indi-
apple. Cover and cook over medium heat for 10 minutes. Mix
rich (Myerson BBG), Leslye ana Ave. The couple is planning
remaining ingredients and add. Cook, stirring constantly, until
Michlin (Jolson BG) and Rich- a Dec. 20 wedding.
mixture comes to a boil and thickens. Add meat balls and
simmer for 15 minutes. Serves 6.
ard Wishnetsky (randeis AZA),
winners of the state BBYO
DI 1-4044
forensic contests.

SWEET AND SOUR MEAT BALLS

MISS JUDITH CALFIN

The engagement of Judith
Carol Calfin to Maurice Belkin
has been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Calfin,
of Mendota Ave.
Miss Calfin is a senior at
Wayne State University, where
she is affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Belkin, of Indiana
Ave., attends Still College of
Osteopathy and Surgery in Des
Hospitality Hop
Moines, Ia., and is a member of
Lambda Omicron Gamma pro-
Dancing and guest artists
fessional fraternity.
will be featured at a Hospital-
The couple is planning to ity Hop, 3 to 6 p.m., May 16,
wed in June of 1960.
at Northland Hospitality House.
Disc jockey Bob Maxwell will
be master of ceremonies at the
record dance session.

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts,
of 14438 Pembroke, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Barry, on Saturday, in Temple
Israel. A reception in his honor
will follow that evening at the
family home. No cards.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldfarb
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Alan Earl, on Satur-
day, at Young Israel Center of
Oak - Woods. A dinner and
reception in Alan's honor will
be held that evening, in Sam-
my's Avalon Room.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. I. William Wei-
ner, of 16587 Pinehurst, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Neil Fred, on Saturday, at
Beth Aaron Synagogue. A kid-
dush ,in his honor will follow
services, and there will be a
dinner Sunday night, at Rain-
bow Terrace,
* * *
The Bar Mitzvah of Henry
Gold, son of Rev. and Mrs. Wolf
Gold, of 25521 Gardner, Oak
Park, will be observed this
Saturday, at Cong. Shaarey
Shomayim. A graduate of Ye-
shivath Beth Yehudah and
presently a student at Telshe
Yeshiva in Cleveland, Henry
will also act at Baal Kriah. A
kiddush in his honor will fol-
low the services, and there will
be a dinner Sunday evening,
at Rainbow Terrace.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Tilchen,
of 18696 Pennington, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Alan Stuart, on Saturday, at
Beth Abraham Synagogue. A
buffet dinner in his honor will
follow that evening, in the fam-
ily home.
* * *
The Bar Mitzvah of Eugene
Chover, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Chover, of 18420 Penning-
ton, will be observed at 8:30
p.m., May 15, at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute.
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Ben-
nett, of 18972 Wildemere, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Michael Burton, on May 16,
at Temple Beth El. A reception
in Michael's honor will be held
from 8 to 11 p.m., that evening,
in the family home. No cards.

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Large Chubs
SABLE
CARP

Vanilla or

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Nationally Famous

Strictly 1

HOT DOGS

Your Choice

89` lb.

pt.

Reg. 35c

cello

Pkg.

DEMINGS

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Solid Pack,
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Fancy Cohoe

TUNA

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3 cans $100

35c Can

2 cans 75c

Young, Tender

49c

Mendelson's

Grade A, White

EGGS

49 c 45c

JumboXLge.

doz.

15c Pkg.

Toast & Serve

doz.

INSTANT
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Large

Jar

ate

49C

WESSON

Salad a. Co, k:ng

OIL

$159

Gal.

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°

Whole

APRICOTS

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No. 2 1/2 can-35c ea.

DEL MONTE

Cream Style

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6 3°3 $100

cans

DAIRY

GOLD HILL

GOLDEN
WAFFLES

10c OFF SALE
HILL'S BROS.

59` lb.

giant 99c
46-oz.
cans

GREEN
PEAS

lb. I 7pkgs. $ 1 "

Salad Dressing

GRAPE
JAM

(Freshwater)

I

Fine Grinds

GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

4

MIRACLE
WHIP

Reg., Drip and

L & S PURE

FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT
FROSTY ACRES

Reg. 69c lb.

79 c

KRAFT

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DEL MONTE

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FILLETS

11) 3

HILL'S BROS.

10c pkg.

DEPARTMENT
KRAFT DELUXE

MAR PARV

Parve,

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CHEESE
SLICES

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OLEO

American, Pimento
or Swiss

31 c ib.

8-oz.
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25c

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Cream or Wine
Sauce

12-oz.
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SEEDLESS
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Extra Large
Solid Heads

2

for

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Giant 35 Size

29c 14fo , 35

COMPLETE SELECTION OF ISRAELI AND DOMESTIC BEER AND WINE

HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed. 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.; Thurs. and Sat. 8

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