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June 19, 1959 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-19

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MRS. ARTHUR BENAVIE
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Nagler, of
1315 Beechwood, Ann Arbor,
announce the marriage of their
daughter Barbara to Arthur
Benavie, 948 Greenwood, Ann
Arbor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel J. Benavie, 18985 War-
rington, Detroit, June 14 at the
home of the bride's parents.
Rabbi Julius Weinberg, of Ann
Arbor, officiated.
The bride's informal wedding
gown of imported organdy had
a fitted bodice with bell shaped
skirt, Swiss embroidery with an
insertion of white ribbon out-
lining the scoop neckline and
skirt. A V-shaped headpiece of
matching embroidery held her
silk illusion veil in place.
Nancy Huislander of Ann
Arbor was the bride's maid of
honor. The bridegroom's
brother, Jerold J. Benavie, of
New York, was best man. Ush-
ers were Monte J. Nagler and
Eric P. Nagler, brothers of the
bride.
A dinner at the Michigan
Union, U. of M., followed the
ceremony.
After a wedding trip through
New England, the couple will
reside at 709 Haven, Ann Arbor.
The bride attended Brandeis
University in Waltham, Mass.,
and completed her junior year
at U. of M., where she was in
an undergraduate honors pro-
gram in sociology. -
The bridegroom graduated
summa cum laude from Wayne
State University and received
a masters degree in economics
from U. of M. He is currently
working on his PhD in econom-
ics at the university on a
teaching -fellowship. He is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Phi Kappa Phi honorary socie-
ties.

Council Warns of
Phony Solicitation:

The Jewish Community
Council this week issued a
warning to residents of De-
troit and the suburban areas
against possible fraud by a
young man selling magazine
subscriptions door-to-door.
The Council has received a
number of complaints from
individuals in the commun-
ity who state that the maga-
zine solicitor claims to be
a relation of Chief Rabbi
Isaac Herzog of Israel and
a nephew of .Rabbi Silver of
Chicago. (The two noted
Rabbi Silvers are Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, of Cleveland,
and Rabbi Eliezer Silver, of
Cincinnati.
The young man, who goes
by the name of Michael Sil-
vers, claims to be a college
student. Council officials are
fairly certain that he is the
same man who uses the name
Martin Siegel to solicit sub-
scriptions in the suburban
areas.
The authenticity of any
solicitor claiming to be sent
by, or related to, a person-
ality in another community
or country can easily . be
established by calling - the
Jewish Community Council,
WO 2-6710.

WC Sets RegiStration, Ladies Meeting, Picnic

JWV Activities

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY
will honor outgoing president
Shirley Selick at a party Mon-
day evening, at Club Gay Hav-
en. For reservations, call Jean
Friedman, UN 2-4608, or Ann
Weinstein, UN 4-1925. Minnie
Alpert, USO chairman, advises
that joining her as hostesses at
the Downtown USO during June
will be Edna Arnkoff, Rose
Feinberg, Sarah Kaminsky, Lil-
lian -Fidler, Sara Lankin, Ann
Rubin, Marion Sherman and
Celia Yetz.
* *

Lt. ELI LEVIN LADIES
AUXILIARY will meet at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial
Home. Reports will be given on
the poppy sales and forthcom-
ing hospital picnic, June 27.
Hostesses will be Esther Singer-
man and Bessie Brown.
* *

DETROIT AUXILIARY will
sew cancer pads from 1 to 4
p.m., June 29, at the Memorial
Home. The meeting will be the
first of a once-a-month get-to-
gether for this purpose, accord-
ing to Belle Bercowitz, presi-
dent. White material is needed.
The Auxiliary was the recipient
of the Dorothy Brown Ameri-
canism trophy at the Michigan
JWVA convention, held recent-
ly in Detroit. The award is
made for "outstanding patriotic
and citizenship work" during
the previous year.

and horseshoes, for adults.
There is no charge. The pub-
Workmen's Circle Jewish the past season's work, as well lic is invited to join friends of
School announces the opening as the distribution of their the Workmen's Circle.
of registration for the fall term. accumulated funds.
Classes will be held in the new
mor
The seventh annual Family
W. C. Educational Center, 18340
Fun
Festival
of
Workman's
W. 7 Mile.
Circle is scheduled for 12 noon,
Jewish literature, history, cud-. June 28, at Middle Rouge Park,
tore and holidays as well as the Lakeview area.
Yiddish and Hebrew language
SALE
As in past years, free milk,
are emphasized at the school.
ice-cream
and
pop
will
be
dis-
Classes are held for children
tributed to the children. There
ages 6 to 13.
Bernard Wind, principal, is will be organized games and
W. 7 MILE at
prizes for the youngsters and
assisted by teachers Mesdames sports
SUSSEX
sports
events,
such
as
baseball
AnWa
Miriam Gornbein , Annette Li pp-
AMMO&
Geraldine Cohen, Helen
Simkowitz and Miss Judith Dzo-
din.
KAPLAN BROS. RECIPE OF THE WEEK !
The completely air condi-
tioned school building is ex-
pected to hola more than 200
3 pounds square Flanken
12 pearl onions
pupils this fall.. Registration is
Bouquet garni (parsley,•bay-
4 ounces egg noodles
leaf and thyme tied in piece
being accepted now at the
Salt
of cheesecloth)
Freshly ground black pepper
school office. For further in-
6 celery stalks
1 /4 cup freshly grated
4 carrots, diced
formation, call KE 7-5440.
horseradish
3 leeks, diced
Pickled green tomatoes
The W.C. Women's Division
will close its current season
Place meat in 4 quarts of cold water and bring slowly to a
boil. Skim top until clear. Add bouquet garni and simmer for
with a card party and reception
7 1 /2 hours. Remove bouquet garni. Season with solt and pepper
Saturday evening at the Center,
to taste. Add celery, carrots, leeks and onions. Simmer for 15
18340 W. 7 Mile. According to
minutes. Add egg noodles and simmer for 10 monutes. Serve
president Mrs. Robert Israel,
the soup with vegetables and noodles in a large soup plate.
there will be an evaluation of
Then serve the meat separately, accomponied by the horse-

SUMMER I
QUILTS

TRAURIG'S

BEEF BELMONT

radish and the pickled green tomatoes. Serves 6.

DI 1-4044



KAPLAN BROS.

CATERING

Strictly Kosher Meats - Poultry

In Our Patio Room,
Your H:ime or Temple

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

W. 7 MILE AT WYOMING

FREE PARKING
ACROSS STREET

Party Specialties from Our
Mademoiselle Food Shoppe

WE
DELIVER

UN 1-4770

FREE! 5 DAY VACATION FOR 2!

T:R:1)AVISON

At the Luxurious OAKTON MANOR RESORT
or NIPPERSINK MANOR RESORT

i# 'It l!

Here's How You May Get This

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No purchase necessary . . . just write in 25 words or less "Why I Shop DEXTER-DAVISON
MARKETS . ." Drop your entry with your name and address on it into the box in either
of our two stores. The entry judged the best by our judges will be awarded the $200 Value
Vacation.
FREE! Entries must be in our store not later than 9 p.m., Saturday, June 27th.
The decision of the judges will be considered
final. Anyone may enter and as many times
as you wish! Do it now . . You may be the lucky one! Vacation provided by Oakton
Manor and Nippersink Manor's Detroit Representative Isadore J. Goldstein, KE 2-7629.

All Famous Brands

Super Special

Strictly 1 11 0=

Roland, Imported
Skinless. & Boneless

HOT DOGS

Cellt
Bag

79c

SARDINES

3 Cans85c

HILLS

BROS.

COFFEE

Solid Pack,
Fancy White Meat

Reg., Drip,

Fine

35c Can

3 cans $ 1 00

L & S

Pure

Strawberry
Preserves

2 10-oz. 49c

1. 1V)Z&

Lb.

59c

CONTADINA

Round, Peeled

CALIFORNIA

TOMATOES

Tum-
blers

c3 :00 459

Mendelson's

Extra Large

Grade A, White

EGGS

43 E. doz. 2

TREND

WASHING

POWDER

g
le.
box es

35

1-1b.

Pkg.

S & W
Top Quality
Finest Blueback

DOMINO

Parve

Pure Cone

OLEO

(in pure olive oil)

PILLAR ROCK or
Roland Imported

TUNA

Mar Pary

Reg.

Ideal for
Bar-B-Q Meats

5 B:3
949

Libby's
Pineapple &
Grapefruit Drink of
Tropical
Fruit Punch

DEL MONTE

, ge.

cans

Can

'

4. a. 95`

$100

Beet

BORSCHT

79c

59'

O 99

a

jars

KRAFT
VELVEETA

FRUIT
COCKTAIL

Mix or Match

GOLD'S

RED
SALMON

SUGAR

31C

Extra Special

JELL-0

GELATIN

Plain or Pimento

DESSERTS

2-113. 79C
Loaf

4...e.29c

FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT

Frozen Seas

Frosty Acres

Frosty Acres

FISH
STICKS

COOKED
SQUASH

ORANGE
JUICE

1-113. 29

Pkg.

C

Gold Hill

GOLDEN
WAFFLES

2 Pkgs25` 5 Cans $100

Pkg. 10C
of 6

'Toast 'n Serve!'

PRODUCE SPECIALS GOOD ONLY THURS., FRI., SAT.'"'"""

SEALDSWEET

FLORIDA

ORANGES

Jumbo 75 Size

5 9c

U.S. No. 1

CALIFORNIA

California Long

Extra Fancy, Solid

POTATOES

10

Doz.

Pounds

79C

LETTUCE

2

Extra 29c
Larg e
Si ze

COMPLETE .SELECTION OF ISRAELI AND DOMESTIC BEER AND WINE

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

A.M. to 9

-

P.M., Fri. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M., Sun. 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

1 7 - THE DETRO IT JE WISH NEWS -- Frida y, Jun e 19, 1959

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