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January 08, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-08

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Martin H Newmans -
Honeymoon in Irest

Fatbancl Camp to Open . for .32nd Season

Maurice Gelfand, acting
president of the Farband Camp
committee, this week an-
nounced that preparations are
under way for the opening of
the camp's 32nd season.
With registration now in pro-
gress, Gelfand announced that
campers will this season have
at their disposal an enlarged
waterfront program, including
canoeing. Again, there will be
a stable of horses.
Information on the camp pro-

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STOP SHOP and SAVE

With Our Daily

Special Posted Prices!

You'll Always Serve the Best .. .
Because You Buy the Best at

HERRING

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

KAPLAN BROS.

HOT • HOT

HORS D'OUVRES ( T,

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

From Our

Mademoiselle Food Shop

MRS. MARTIN IL NEWMAN

Temple Israel was the scene
of a double-ring ceremony Dec.
20, when Barbara Sue Chace ex-
changed vows with Martin H.
Newman. Dr. Leon Frain and
Rabbi M. Robert Syme officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chace, of
Appoline Ave. Mr. Newman is
the son of Dr. and Mrs. Max
K. Newman, of Woodston Rd.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a gown of pure hand-
clipped Chantilly lace, high-
lighted by a sabrina neckline,
studded with tiny iridescent se-
quins and seed pearls, with long,
tapered sleeves and a scalloped
lace skirt and train.
The crown was held by a
French silk illusion fingertip
veil. She carried white orchids
on a Bible.
Phyllis Newman was her
sister-in-law's maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Karen Sagas,
Mrs. Alan Seel and Mrs. Ronald
Mass.
Max Katz was the best man,
while ushers included Steven
Newman, Sheldon Chace and
Ronald Moss. Geoffrey Newman
was the ring bearer.
Also in the procession were
the bridegroom's grandmother,
Mrs. Rosa Rosenzweig, who was
escorted down the aisle by Don-
ald Newman, and the bride's
grandparents, Mr. a n d Mrs.
David Chachkis.
Out-of-town guests were from
Massachusetts and California.
Upon their return from an
extended honeymoon in Las
Vegas and Los Angeles, the
couple will reside on Santa
Maria Ave.



DI. 1-4044



A luncheon for paid-up mem-
bers is planned by the Sister-
hood of Cong. Shaarey Zedek at
12:30 p.m., Monday, in the syn-
agogue social hall.
Laurentine Collins, of the
Detroit Board of Education, will
moderate a
panel discus-
sion on "Acres
of Diamonds"
in keeping
with the year's
theme. "Wo-
men in Our
World," ac-
cording to Mrs.
Sydney Winer,
program chair-
man.
Panelists
will include
Mrs. Philip
Gentile, mem-

e r of the
Speakers Re- Mrs. Winer
search Committee for the Unit-
ed Nations; Mrs. J. P. Lee,
Chinese authority on flower
arrangement; and Mrs. Nathan
Gordon, soprano of radio, tele-
vision and operatic prominence.

FREE PARKING
ACROSS STREET

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ry4). .94 ,

,b4,2*

in`

WE
DELIVER

UN 1-4770

40

rFS

IN THE REFRIGERATED CASE

HOT • HOT

AT YOUR FAVORITE MARKET

Classified Ads Bring Results

OUR NEW SUPERB, MOST MODERN
MARKET IN OAK PARK IS NOW
OPEN TO SERVE YOU

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

DEXTER DAVISON MARKETS

.

SZ Sisterhood to Host
Paid-Up Members

Strictly Kosher Meets- Poultry





I W. 7 MILE of WYOMING

pi



gram and applications may be
obtained by contacting Farband
Camp, 19161 Schaefer, UN
4-0730.

"Where Old Friends Meet to Shop"

13301 DEXTER Wczarix 18207 WYOMING

Free Parking—Entrance on Davison

COOLIDGE at 10 MILE, OAK PARK

Repeated by
Popular Demand
Sory We Ran Short
BAR-B-Q'd

LEAN, RAW

CITY BRAND

PICKLED

SCHMALZ

KIPPERED

CORNER BEEF

SALMON

BRISKET

89 c Lb.

As Only City
Smoked Fish
Can Do It!

59 , lb.

SUPER SPECIAL

MENDELSON'S

ROLAND
Imported

Red Arrow
Large, Grade A

Solid Pack,
Fancy White Meat

TUNA

3 85`

cans

HERRING
TID-BITS

(in oil)

doz. 85`

Sliced

GRAPE
JUICE

3

Ige.
btls.

Strawberries

Gal .

PAW PAW

9c

ROLAI4D

COFFEE

Imported

SPRATTS

(in oi l )

5 cans 99 c-

-

Free Parking Across Froni
and At Rear of Wyoming Market

FREE PARKING

KRAFT NATURAL

"Heart 0' Swiss"

SLICED
CHEESE

or Natural

Muenster Slices

8-oz.
pkg.

SWANEE

White or Pastel

FACIAL

TISSUES

37` 5

DEL MONTE'

FRUIT
COCKTAIL
or
BARTLET
PEARS

C

Boxes 99

DEL MONTE

Cream Style

CORN

Mix 'em-Match 'em

c3 a0 n 3s

99c 6

303 1
cans

00

FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT

Select or Cooking

59' $1 79

2 9c

8-oz.
pkg.

HILL'S BROS.

59c lb.

FROSTY ACRES

Qt.

American, Pimento,
Swiss

Reg., drip, fine

MAZOLA

OIL

SLICED
CHEESE

29'

8-oz.
jar

WHITE
EGGS

KRAFT DELUXE

Near
CURTIS

10-oz. - $1 00
pkgs.

FROSTY ACRES

Finest Quality

FROSTY ACRES

SWIFT'S Premium

POT
PIES

Big Size

FRUIT
PIES

Apple, Cherry,
Peach

DINNERS

Turkey, Chicken,
Salisbury Steak

39c

29c ea.

•■■

JELL-O
PUDDINGS

HEINZ

3 b...25c

SWEET
PICKLES

25-Oz.
Jar

39

ea.

LIBBY'S

PINEAPPLE-
ORANGE

DRINK

15c can

5..89( 7 cans

$100

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

Long, Green,

LARGE
SWEET, JUICY

NAVEL
CUCUMBERS ORANGES

Crispy

4 for

Reg. 79c doz.

2Y 59 c doz.

EXTRA FANCY

ZIPPER SKIN

TANGERINES

2 49c

doz.

COMPLETE SELECTION OF ISRAELI AND DOMESTIC BEER AND WINE

HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed. 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.; Thurs. end Sat. 8 A.M. to 9 P.M., Fri. 8 A.M. to 6
P.M., Sun. 8 A.M.

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

so 3 PM.



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