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November 20, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-20

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MISS HARRIET FELDHEIM

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Harriet Feld-
heim, daughter of Mrs. Earl
Feldheim, of Woodingham Dr.,
and the late Mr. Andor Feld-
heim, to Carl Hartman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hart-
man, of New York.
A January wed ding is
planned.

marriages

JACOBS - ZALMAN. Omitted
in error from the announce-
ment of the Nov. 8 wedding -of
Carolyn Joyce Zalman and Dr.
Milton M. Jacobs were the
names of three bridesmaids,
Mrs. Albert Korby, sister of the
bridegroom, and the Misses Jane
Kurtz and Barbara Rosenbloom;
and of an usher, Dr. Marvin
Eilender. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -George
Zalman, of Cherrylawn Ave. Dr.
Jacobs is the son of Mr: and
Mrs. Albert E. Jacobs, of Ken-
tucky Ave.

Julie Harris to Play Juliet at Stratford Shakespearean Fest
STRATFORD, Ontario,-Julie ing influence in the develop-
Miss Harris, whose perfor-

U of D Club to Host
Chess Tournament

The first Motor City Open
Chess Tournament will be spon-
sored by the University of De-
troit Chess Club this weekend,
in the Union Building of the
McNichols campus.
All chess players, regardless
of ranking, are eligible to enter
the tourney. Simultaneously,
there will be a special tourna-
ment for students.
Registration begins at 6:30
p.m., today, and the first round
will be played at 7:30 p.m.
There will be two rounds each
on Saturday, at 2 and 7 p.m.,
and on Sunday, at 9 a.m. and
2 p.m..
Winner of the tournament
will have his name inscribed
on a special trophy to be dis-
played at the university. Stu-
dent winners also will receive
trophies.
Entrants in the open must be
members of the United - States
Chess Federation. For informa-
tion on entry fees, call Dr.
Howard B. Gaba, secretary of
the U. of D. Chess Club, UN
1-3784.

Harris, one of the brightest
leading ladies of the north
American stage, is to play Juliet
at the Stratford Shakespearean
Festival during the summer of
1960.

The production of "Romeo
and Juliet," in which she will
appear as the greatest of all
Shakespeare's romantic hero-
,ines, will be staged by Michael
Langham.

ment of the Festival.
"Romeo and Juliet" will be
one of three plays- offered dur-
ing the Stratford Festival of
1960, which will open June 27
and continue through Sept. 17.
The other two will be an-
nounced at a later date. One,
as previously noted, will be di-
rected by Tyrone Guthrie; the
third will be staged by a direc-
tor yet to be chosen.

It will be designed by
Tanya Moiseiwitsch, whose
contributions to the decor of
past productions and the ac-
tual design of the famous
open stage have been a strik-

KAPLAN. BROS. RECIPE OF THE WEEK
ROAST TURKEY IN FOIL

1-12 lb. oven ready turkey
1 teaspoon thyme
Mar Pary
1 teaspoon basil-salt
1 /a cup dry white wine
Freshly ground pepper
1/4 cup brandy
1 recipe of stuffing
Rub inside of turkey's cavity with salt and pepper and rub the
skin with Mar Parv. Fill turkey loosely with stuffing and wrap it
in foil, pouring wine, brandy and herbs over the turkey before
closing the foil tight. Roast turkey in hot oven (400) for 3 1/2 hours.
Fold foil back, and roast. for 30 minutes .or until the turkey is
brown.

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BASIC BREAD STUFFING

8 cups bread crumbs or cubes
1 /2 teaspoon poultry seasoning
1/2 cup Mar Pary
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
1 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup chicken bouillon
1 cup diced celery with leaves
1/2 teaspoon Tobasco sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
Melt Mar Parv. Add onion, celery, Tobasco, poultry seasoning
and salt. Cook until onion is tender but not brown. Combine with
bread crumbs and parsley. Add bouillon, toss lightly with a fork
until well mixed. Yields enough for one-12 turkey, using 3 /4 cup
stuffing per pound dressed weight.

HERRING

IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE
READY TO SERVE

CLOSED THURSDAY, NOV. 26, THANKSGIVING

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Our sincere thanks to our
many friends and customers
for the warm response on
the opening of our new
market.

Saul Cohen
Ben Zager
Harry Reznick

DEXTER
DAVISON

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POULTRY MARKET

Now Open to Serve You
with the Finest Kosher
Meats and -Poultry.

COOLIDGE at 10 MILE, OAK PARK

SUPER SPECIAL

All Top Quality
Brands Strictly

1'4'2

SALAMI or
BOLOGNA

Long or Short

89c lb.

PILLAR ROCK or
Roland Imported
Solid Pack,

Fancy White Meat

TUNA

_ 35c Can

3 cans $11 °

DEL MONTE

Pineapple di
Grapefruit
Drink

52M. 99C

Cans

ON

COOLIDGE & 10 MILE
in OAK PARK
FREE DELIVERY

LI. 8-6800

FREE PARKING
FOR 300 CARS

NIBLET

Whole Kernel

CORN

6

12-0z.$100
Cans

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Free Parking—Entrance on Davison

In announcing the engage-
ment of Rochelle Novak to Eu-
gene Perlman in last week's
Jewish News, - the name of Mr.
Perlman's father was errone-
ously omitted. Eugene is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Perlman, of 21900 Westhamp-
ton, Oak Park. Miss Novak's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. David
Novak, of 20024 Strathmoor. An
Aug. '7 wedding is planned.

WE
DELIVER

DEXTER DAVISON MARKETS

DEXTER DAVISON
MARKETS
to totoot

Pit

mance as Nora in the television
production of "A Doll's House,"
was cheered by critics earlier
this week, is currently starring
on Broadway with Farley Gran-
ger and June Havoc in a
modern comedy, " The Warm
Peninsula." She was signed for
eighth Stratford Festival sea-
son in New York by Langham
who has since sailed to Eng-
land.

United Dairies

EXTRA
SUPER SPECIAL
CITY BRAND
Fresh, Smoked,
Extra Delicious
KIPPERED

Sour Cream

Pint
Carton

41 c

SALMON

Creamed

Cottage Cheese

1-lb.
Carton

Reg. $1.79 lb.

99c

19`

lb.



COFFEE

59c lb.

2

*except Sanka,
Yuban and S & W

Reg. or Hot

14

El?Ix es.

HUNT'S

Premium

BARTLETT

RICE

2-Lb.
Cella
Bag

29

KING OSCAR

NORWEGIAN

Crosspack, Briling

SARDINES

35c .a can

Giant
Size
Can

5C

Shortening

3 Can

69'

ALCOA
Alum. Wrap

25-Ft. 70C
40 Rolls

■••■••■ FROZEN

(halves)

35c ea.

3 cans Sr

SWISS
GRUYERE

3 cans $1 °0 4 Por6tion$100

MENDELSON'S

All White, Grade A

JUMBO
EGGS

c

Jr-

doz.

53`

Mario's Stuffed

PILLAR ROCK

CHINOOK
SALMON

Manzanilla
Olives

59 c can

2. 31/2

No.

Jars

FOOD. DEPARTMENT

FROSTY ACRES

DOLE
JUICES

5 pkgs.100

Your Choice

FAIRMONT'S
Broccoli
Fancy Whole
Spears or
Cauliflower Strawberries

No. 2 1/2 Can

KRAFT
Imported
Crown Brand

TEL AVIV

Kosher Style

29

SPRY
Pure Veg.

PEARS

Pkgs.

4

39c 3

DRAGON BRAND

FREE PARKING

Strawberry

Fancy

TOMATO
KETCHUP

Nt'ly Adv.
Brands

Free Parking Across From
and At Rear of Wyoming Market

Chocolate, White,

HEINZ

ALL°

Long Grain

LUCKY
WHIP

Near
CURTIS

p

Cu p.

39

c

5 for $100

PRODUCE SPECIALS GOOD ONLY THURS., FRI., SAT.
Green, Crisp
Ripe, Solid
California
U.S. No. 1
Beefsteak
Pueito Rican

PASCAL
CELERY

Jumbo-Sized

-

Stalk

25c

TOMATOES

19

- YAMS

4 His. 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 P.M.

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

23—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 20, 1959

Harriet Feldheim
to Wed in janua ry

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