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September 25, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-25

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Ahavas Achim Men Set Fellowship Dinner

Follows Sept. 17 Rites Israel's Status

A fellowship dinner is sched-
For dinner reservations, call
uled as the season's opening the synagogue office,
UN.
meeting by the Men's Club of
4-6428.
Cong. Ahavas Achim, according
to Abe Friedman, president. •■■ ••••• ■■ ••••%.0.4%.••• ■■••■•■■••■■ ,„/
Max Sosin, humorist and story
teller, will be guest entertain-
er at the program, which will
open with a cocktail hour at
6:30 p.m., Monday, in the syna-
gogue social hall.
New members will be able to
meet Rabbi Milton Arm, spirit-
Call : TO 5-7694
ual leader, and Cantor Isaac
from 5 to 8 p.m.
Sten, newly-affiliated with the
synagogue.

Heads Publishers

in Speeches Here

MRS. RICHARD A. KAHN

A candlelight ceremony at
the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel
Sept. 17 was the scene of the
marriage of Rosalind Moss to
Richard A. Kahn.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Harry Moss, of Sherbourne Rd.,
and the late Dr. Harry Moss,
wore a blush satin gown cut on
princess lines. Inserts of
Alencon lace emphasized the
scoop neckline and the skirt
which belled into a chapel
train. The long sleeves tapered
to a point at the wrist. A crown
of matching satin and lace held
her silk illusion veil in place,
and she carried a white Bible
adorned with a white orchid
and stephanotis.
The new Mrs. Kahn was at-
tended by her sister, Mrs. N.
Brewster Broder, matron of
honor, and Rhoda Aronoff, her
cousin.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ivor J. Kahn, of
Roslyn Rd., asked N. Brewster
Broder to be his best man.
Ushers were the bride's brother,
Douglas A. Moss, Dr. Harold N.
Jaffe, Edward T. Schrieber and
Peter B. Copeland.
Following a European honey-
moon, the couple will reside on
Whitmore Rd.

Shaul Ramati, newly-named
Israel Consul attached to the
Midwest region in Chicago, du-
.ring his two-day stay in Detroit
this week, presented Israel's
position vis-a-vis the Suez Canal.
He stated, in his address be-
fore the Beth Aaron Men's Club
and in radio and TV interviews,
that Israel would continue its
battle for freedom of the seas
before the United Nations.
Ramati spoke of Israel's cul-
tural and economic plans and
described the manner in which
newcomers to Israel are rapidly
being integrated into the coun-
try's system of absorbing set-
tlers from lands throughout the
world.

Mosaic Lodge to Mark
35th Anniversary

Mosaic Lodge, F. & A. M., will
mark its 35th anniversary at the
group's annual night of games
and dinner-dance on Oct. 14, in
the Fountain Ballroom of 'Ma-
sonic Temple.
Theatrical producer Lenn
Borovoy has arranged the enter-
tainment for the evening. Na-
tionally-popular comedian Morty
Guilty will head an all-star
revue, and there will be two
orchestras, Latin and American,
for dancing.
Reservations are presently
being taken by Douglas Purther,
18435 James Couzens.

EDDIE JACOBSON LODGE
has planned - its annual games
party for 8 p.m., Saturday, at
the Sholem Aleichem Institute,
19350 Greenfield. Games • and
'prizes are planned. The public
is invited.
* * *

BUSINESS & PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will hold a mem-
bership dance at 9 p.m., Sun-
day, in the English Room of
the Detroit Leland Hotel. Danc-
ing will be _ to the music of
Sam Barnett's orchestra, and re-
freshments will be served. Ad-
mission is by paid-up member-
ship, with a charge for men.

Dramatics for
Children

KAPLAN BROS.

Specials of the Week !

SHOULDER .LAMB CHOPS Lb. 9•
BONELESS ROAST BEEF . . Lb. 9`
PLEASE ORDER EARLY
FOR THE HOLIDAYS

KAPLAN BROS

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Strictly Kosher Meats - Poultry

CATERING

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

In Our Patio Room,
Your Home or Temple
W. 7 MILE at WYOMING

FREE PARKING
ACROSS STREET

Party Specialties from Our
Mademoiselle Food Shoppe

WE
DELIVER

UN 1-4770

*Cash and Carry

D E XTER DAVISON MARKETS-

s#1.

"Where Old Friends Meet to Shop"

13301 DEXTER wCAVWLY 18201 WYOMING criVrris

Free

Parking—Entrance on Davison

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

Ample Free Parking Across From and At Rear of Market

SUPER HOLIDAY SPECIALS 1•11•11111111111111=11111r
COHEN'S
CITY BRAND
FINEST ICELAND
Homemade
Schmaltz Herring
PICKLED

MA

STRICTLY

HENRY MORGENTHAU
LODGE will meet Monday eve-
ning at the Jewish Community
Center, Meyers and Curtis. Jack
Rose, president, announces that
Jerome Helfman has been
named trustee to fill a vacancy.
Other appointi-nents in c l u d e
Paul Richman, by-laws; Gerald
Bright, civic affairs; Sam
Faigenbaum, community serv-
ice; Wilfred Leon, membership;
Phil Rothschild, publicity; Sid-
ney Cohn and Leonard Hor-
witz, program; Gerald Gorzeck,
r et en ti o n; Marvin Schlain,
armed forces and veterans; Her-
bert Capp, sick and visiting;
Alan Nathan, women's chapter;
Jerome Helfman and Kal Bruss,
Anti-Defamation League; Ray
Abrams, athletics; Ed Chinsky
and Murray Statfield, blood
bank; Jess Antman and Leroy
Helfman, Hillel; L e o n a r d
Brightman, BBYO; and Alan
Nathan, budget.
* * *

World Stage

DI 1-4044

R-
1..:M.ARKETS.

All Famous Brand

Activities

Jacob D. Geller, president
of the Windsor News Co.,
Win d s o r, Ont., has been
elected chairman of the Bu-
reau of Independent Publish-
ers and Distributors, which
met this week in Las Vegas.
Nev., for its 43rd annual con-
ference.
Geller, of 2508 Westminster,
thus achieves the highest
office in the industry, which
is comprised of publishers
and distributors of newstand
periodicals throughout North
America.
The Windsor leader, who is
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, a director of
the Essex County Historical
Association and an official in
the Red Feather campaign,
previously served the publish-
ers group as treasurer and
co-chairman.
A native of Windsor, he at-
tended the Detroit College of
Law and served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II.

iNom
HOT DOGS

HERRING

1-lb.
cello
pkg. 79C

qt.
jar

HILL'S BROS.

Solid Pack,
Fancy White Meat

COFFEE

TUNA

35c Can

3 cans $100

BUTTERFIELD'S
Small

IRISH
POTATOES

3 as 29`

KRAFT
VELVEETA

Plain or Pimento

2-lb.
loaf

79`

8-oz.
jar

2
29`

ALL FAMOUS
BRANDS

Beet & Shay

BORSCHT

Reg., Drip, Fine

59c

HERRING FOR
PICKLING

(in oil)

89'

PILLAR ROCK or
Roland Imported

MILKERS

TID-BITS

SCHMALTZ

4

Lb.

icalrs

extra 29
Ige.
size

, 6

HUNT'S

BARTIET
PEARS

No. 21/2

SPECIAL

SUPER SPECIAL

DOUBLE
COLA

16-oz. 3 5
btles.

THIS WEEK!

Come in and taste
the new food
sensation

MANISCHEWITZ
PURE WHITEFISH
AND PIKE
GEFILTE FISH

plus deposit

Even better than
mother used to
make!

ROLAND
Imported,
Crosspack Brisling

HEINZ
CREAM OF
MUSH ROOM

(in pure olive oil)

SOUP

SARDINES

can 35c ea.

99' 3 Cans $ 1 00 4 Cans 99' 6 Cans 99'

FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT

FROSTY ACRES
Tender, Whole

ASPARAGUS
SPEARS

29 c

pkg

RASKIN'S
(SPRINGEL'S)

BLINTZES

35c-pkge.

pkgs.

$

00

FROSTY ACRES

FROSTY SEAS

15c can

FISH
STICKS

GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

REDDI MAID

SLICED
APPLES

(in syrup)
For Pies & Desserts

7 Cans 100 29 c pkg. 24.t. 29

cans

HOLIDAY PRODUCE SPECIALS UNTIL THE HOLIDAYS

KRAFT
PHILADELPHIA

CREAM
CHEESE

8-oz.
pkg.

29`

TREE SWEET

Unsweetened

Grapefruit
Juice
itn: 1 op

4 z

Cans

Tender

Sweet
Carrots

4 ibs.19c 3

Freestone

Prune
Plums

lbs.

Candy Kind

Extra Fancy

Sweet Macintosh
Potatoes Apples

29 4 lbs. 29' 4 lbs. 29'

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

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

P.M.

21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, Sept. 25, 1959

.Europ eanHoneymoon Ramati Reviews Windsor Leader

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