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December 25, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-25

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Galician • Society Sets New Year's Eve Dinner

A dinner-dance is planned by able to the general public, and
the First Galician Society on may be made by contacting
New Year's Eve, the evening of Morris Goldsmith, arrangements
the seventh Hanukah candle, chairman, at UN. 2-6302.
beginning with a cocktail party
at 8:30 p.m., in Beth Abraham
Synagogue.
According to Sam Kaufer,
president of the Society, Her-
schel Leib and his orchestra
will play music throughout din-
ner and for dancing during the
IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
evening.
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE
A limited number of reser-
READY TO SERVE
vations have been made avail-

STOP STOP and SAVE

With Our Daily
Special Posted Prices!

HERRING

HOT • HOT

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HORS D'OUVRES
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From Our

Mademoiselle Food Shop



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HOT • HOT

DEXTER DAVISON MARKETS

"Where Old Friends Meet to Shop"

13301 DEXTER wcz2lelrLy 18207 WYOMING

COOLIDGE at 10 MILE, OAK PARK

Repeated by Popu-
lar Demand—Finesi
Anywhere!

GUNSBERG'S

SUPER SPECIAL

PILLAR ROCK or
Roland Imported

Solid Pack,
Fancy White Meat

TUNA

HOT HORS D'OUVRES

WINES &
CHAMPAGNES,
AND
PARTY SNACKS

MENDELSON'S

Red Arrow
Large, Grade A

59c 1b.

WHIPPED
BUTTER

39c

VELVEETA

8-oz.

Pkg.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edelman,
of 20018 Northrop, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Steven Paul, on Saturday, at
the Evergreen Jewish Cong. A
reception in Steven's honor will
be held from 4 to 7 p.m., Sun-
day, in the family home.
* * *

C

Plain or Pimento

Sweet or Salty

2-lb.
loaf

79

HERRING
FILLETS

Cream or Wine
Sauce

Lge.
12-0z.
Jar

Sour Cream

Perfect for chip-
dip, Salads, Baking

2 Ige. 5`

3 9 c

btles

pl. deposit

pint
carton

EGG NOGG

A LL FLAVORS

50`

*Except Ginger Ale,
Club Soda or Mixes

Repeated by
Popular Demand
EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL
Smoked or
Ba r-B-Q's

SABLE

69 ` lb.

As only City
Smoked Fish Could
do it!

FAIRMONT'S

Creamed

COTTAGE
CHEESE

1-16.
Carton

55`

ROZEE BRAND
Whole

LAND O'LAKES

Sfrawberries

CUT UP

FRYERS

1 lb.
8 oz.

pkge

211

C

qt.

FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT

VITA

KRAFT

United Dairies

Canada Dry
Soda Pop*

WM111 ■ 111111/M

DAISY BRAND

99 c lb.

Reg. $1.69 lb.

Keep several of these Springel's treas-
ures in your freezer for unexpected
company

Reg., drip, fine

3 cans 85c 2 doz. 87c

PASTRAMI

MINIATURE EGG ROLLS • PIZZA
TARTLETTES • PIG N' BLANKET
(Pepperoni-Olives) PETITE MEAT
KNISHES

COFFEE

WHITE
EGGS

I T=

Lean, Tasty

by MAMZELLE FOODS
(DIVISION OF SPRINGEL'S, INC.)

HILL'S BROS.

FREE PARKING

STRICTLY

INTRODUCING . .

WE CARRY A
COMPLETE LINE
OF IMPORTED
and DOMESTIC

C lt‘ietVIS

Free Parking Across From .
and At Rear of Wyoming Market

Free Parking—Entrance on Davison

29c Lb '

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith, of
18222 Parkside, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Sandy,
Saturday, at Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods. A cock-
tail and dinner party will be
given in his honor the follow-
ing evening at Cong. Shaarey
Shomayim, in Oak Park.
* * *
-
The Bar Mitzvah of Harvey
Freedman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Freedman, of 18030 Appo-
line, will be observed on Sat-
urday, at Cong. - Beth Yehudah.
A dinner in Harvey's honor will
be held Sunday evening, at
Rainbow Terrace.
* * *

Classified Ads Bring Results

Watch for our spectacular Grand Opening announcement ...with
fabulous gifts and prizes to be announced soon!

TONGUE

The Bar Mitzvah of Philip
Hillel Schostak, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Schostak, of
18684 Greenlawn, will be ob-
served Saturday at Beth Abra-
ham Synagogue. A reception in
Philip's honor will he held from
2 to 5 p.m., the following day,
in the family home.
* * *

UN 1-4770

OUR 4EW 5' E'=; OST MODERN
MA ET I OAK PARK IS NOW
OPEN TO SERVE YOU

Raw, Pickled

Bar Mitzvahs

IN THE REFRIGERATED CASE
AT YOUR FAVORITE MARKET

—I

WE
DELIVER

-•

FAMOUS

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Goren.
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Kalman, this Satur-
day, at Ahavas Achitn Syna-
gogue. A dinner in Kalman's
honor will be held Sunday, at
Mayfair.

FREE PARKING
ACROSS STREET

Lip5147 F

W. 7 MILE of WYOMING

KA LAN BROS.

Strictly Kosher Meats- Poultry

bels:/e
tif _ tea.,

MRS. JOEL JAY SILBERG

- Temple Israel was the setting
Saturday for a candlelight cere- I
mony uniting in marriage An-
drea Sharon Waxman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M.
Waxman, of Renfrew Rd.,. to
Joel J. Silberg, son of Mr. Irv-
ing Silberg, and the late Mrs.
Silberg. Dr. Leon Frain and M.
Robert Syme officiated.
The bride wore an ivory rose-
pointe Chantilly lace gown, with
an open neckline appliqued in
tiny pearls. Her cummerbund
of ivory silk taffeta draped into
a small bustle back that fell into
a chapel train. She wore an
heirloom rose pointe Chantilly
lace mantilla on her head.
Susan Waxman, the bride's
sister, was maid of honor, and
Mrs. Morton M. Metzger was
matron of honor. The brides-
maids were the Misses Geral-
dine Wigod, Sheila Smith, San-
dra Sellers, Sheila Kagan and
Janice LeVinter.
The bridegroom's father was
his best man, and ushers were
Bernard Brodsky, Alan Stone,
Leonard Schlain, Norman Rot-
ter, Frederick Salamon, Harvey
Kutinsky, Bernard Mindell and
Jordan Pollack.
Mr. and Mrs. Silberg are hon-
eymooning in Florida and upon
their return will reside on Vo-
trobeck Pk.

Because You Buy the Best at

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

0

••••i

You'll Always Serve the Best .. .

1-Lb. Cup
35c ea.

59` 3 Ms $ 1 00

■11 /

RASKIN'S

POTATO
LATKES

Pkge of
12 Large
ones

79c

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

DEL MONTE
Freestone

ELBERTA
PEACHES -

No. 2 1 /2 can
35c ea.

3 cans $100

BLUE RIBBON

MOTT'S

Applesauce

, , a0:?s $100

TABLE
NAPKINS

Extra Fancy

California

Just Received

U.S. No. 1

Green, Crispy

IDAHO
POTATOES

PASCAL
CELERY

White or Pastel

Ideal for Latkes

Jumbo 24 Size

CHERRY
TOMATOES

1 Oc Box

10-Lb.
Bag

59

c

Stalk

2 5c

Pint
Basket

39c

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



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P.M.

21 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS--Friday, Decemb er 25, 1959

Honeymoon in Florida
After Wedding Here

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