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May 06, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-06

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MRS. PAUL E. SCHARG

Lois Beverly Nachman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J.
Nachman, was united in marri-
age to Paul Erwin .Scharg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Scharg, in a ceremony April 24,
at Temple Emanu-El.
The bride wore a princess-
style silk . peau de soie gown
appliqued with Chantilly lace
and re-embroidered with seed
pearls; which extended into a
chapel .train. A crown of seed
pearls held the double-tiered
veil of French illusion which
fell to her fingertips. She car-
ried white orchids on her con-
firmation Bible.
The bride's sister, Mrs. M.
Simon, was -matron of honor,
and bridesmaids were Mrs. B.
Stollman, Sheila Blum, Sandra
Garber, Glenda Kotler and
Sandra Soffin.
Ronald Scharg was his broth-
er's best man, and ushers in-
cluded Mandell Simon, his
brother-in-law; Ronald Stocker,
Max Gordon, Aaron Katz and
Sid Abels.
Also in the bridal party were
Mrs. J. Nachman, the bride's
grandmother; Mr. L. Rubenfire,
her grandfather, and the bride-
groom's two grandmothers, Mrs.
C. Scharg and Mrs. G. Myerson.
The couple is spending a hon-
eymoon in Miami Beach, Fla.

Bar Mitzvahs



Mr. and Mrs. George J. Lear-
ner, of 18082 Ohio, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Arthur Edward, on Saturday,
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
* * *
The Bar Mitzvah of Robert
Frederick Winnick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman J. Winnick,
of 21820 Harding, Oak Park,
will be observed on May 14, at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. An at home
reception in Robert's honor
will be held the following day,
in the family home.
* .* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Winer,
of 3386 Sherbourne, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Harry Stuart, on May 14, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The fam-
ily will be at home that eve-
ning from 8 to 11 p.m., in honor
of the Bar Mitzvah. No cards.
*' *
Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Acker-
man of, 20073 Shrewsbury, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Alan Thomas, on Saturday,
at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
* *
The Bar Mitzvah of Alan H.
Ablitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
W. Ablitz, of Santa Barbara Dr.,
will be observed on May 14, at
Adas Shalom Synagogue. A
cocktail party and buffet dinner
in his honor will be held that
evening, in the family home.

Robert Landers to .Address
Center Camera Club May 16

Robert Landers, Detroit rep-
resentative of Ansco Films, will
d i s cuss "How Anscochrome
Works" at the final meeting of
the Jewish Center Camera Club,
at 8 p.m.; May 16, at the
Center.

for "building a bridge of under-
standing" between the United
States and the new West Ger-
man governments were present-
yesterday to Mrs. Marguerite
Kozenn Chajes.
The presentation was made
by the acting German Consul in
Detroit, H. G.
Schober at a
party held in
his Grosse
Pointe Woods
home.
The medal
is the Knights
Cross of the
Order of Merit
of the Federal
Republic of
Germany.
Mrs. Chajes,
an internation-
ally known so- Mrs. Chajes
prano, was cited for "promoting
German culture in the United
States" and for working to "fos-
ter a better spirit of under-
standing between world Jewry
and the West German govern-
ment."

gaining impetus throughout the
Detroit area, Mrs. Alvin Bar-
nett, president of the Detroit
Chapter, Brandeis University
National Women's Committee,
announced this week.
However, several thousand
more books are needed to in-
sure the success of the venture,
Mrs. Barnett added.
By obtaining books , of all
kinds and descriptions, the
Brandeis chapter plans to hold
a two-day book sale May 15 and
16, at the Maxine Sheldon
Studio, 19355 Livernois. Money
raised will then go to purchase
new books for the Brandeis
library.
Books already secured, ac-

HERRING

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

women: Mesdames Leonard
Kasle and Jerry Silverman, art;
Milton Doner, William Gersh-
enson, John Hopp, Jr., and Emil
Stern, hospitality; J. Leon Git-
tlen, cashiers; Herbert Blum-
berg and Malcolm Lowenstein,
store; Samuel Glogower and A.
Joseph Seltzer, evaluation.
The "new books for old" sale
is not connected with the
group's year-round voluntary
book fund, Mrs. Morse stated.
Through this fund, books are
purchased and the Brandeis
library maintained.

For. Cooking
At Its Best
Start with the
Finest Steaks First
from ...

KAPLAN BROS.

Dr. Henkin Heads
Maimonides Society

Dr. William A. Henkin was
elected president of the Mai-
monides Medical Society, at the
annual meeting held at North-
wood Inn April 27.
Dr. Paul Feldman was elected
vice president; Dr. Joseph
Seltzer, secretary, and Dr. Paul
Fraiberg, treasurer.

include many fine leather edi-
tions, encyclopedias in excellent
condition, early editions of out-
of-print books and a variety of
fiction and non-fiction works.
Drop-off spots for old books
include the Hanipton School,
Dexter-Davison Market in Oak
Park, and the Varsity Theater
Bldg., Livernois and Six Mile
Rd. Pick-up service for large
bundles is available by calling
Mrs. Morse, UN. 1-6063, or Mrs.
Lawrence Segar, UN. 1-2434.
Working on the drive with

21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 6, 1960

Lois Nachman Bride Mrs. Chafes Given
Brandeis Women Seeking More Books for Library
West
German
Medal
The "New Books for Bran- cording to Mrs. Jerry Morse, Mrs. Morse are the following
of Paul E. Scharg
A gold medal and a citation deis University" campaign is vice-president of the book fund,

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Strictly Kosher Meats- Poultry

bei to

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114 4 4 403
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WE
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NOTE: We are now featuring in our fabulously OAK PARK market a complete
take-out delicatessen counter including appetizers, "HOT KOSHER" corned
beef, pastrami, tongue — cooked fresh daily. TRAY SERVICE: We can now pre-
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OAK PARK MARKET OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. — SUNDAYS to 6 P.M.

SUPER SPECIAL!

MA COHEN'S

Home Made

SCHMALTZ
HERRING

qt.
jar

89`

FAMOUS BRANDS

'

SALAMI or
BOLOGNA

Long or Short

lb. 89 c

SUGAR

5

-lb.
bag

49(

SUPER SPECIAL!

GRADE A

CROWN

Crispy, Sweet

TUNA

JUMBO
EGGS

can 29c

5 1c doz.

Solid Pack,
White Meat

FROZEN

T6-oz. 39
ice box
jar

Baked Beans
1=. 10' -

CLEARFIELD

Cheese Slices

Each Slice
Individually
Wrapped

American, Pimento,
Sviiss

FROSTY ACRES

SOUP

cans 99

Chocolate, Lemon,
Banana, Coconut

$100

c Each

5 Pkgs. $ 1 00

3

-lb.
can

59°

CHOCOLATE
CANDIES

family 49

BENNETT'S

PRUNE
JUICE
$100

3 qt.

btles.

29

M M 's

6-oz.
jar

SPRY

Pure Vegetable
Shortening

1-lb.
pkg.

INSTANT
RICHELIEU
COFFEE
79c

CREAM OF
MUSHROOM'

FROSTY ACRES

MAR-PARV
OLEO

NEW!

HEINZ

6

NM) PARVE

29`

8-oz.
pkg.

FOOD DEPARTMENT

Sliced

49

Oven Baked
Vegetarian

MIDGET
PICKLES

Broccoli
SUNKIST
Spears
or
CREAM PIES Strays/berries
Cauliflower

NEW! DELICIOUS!

HEINZ

PURE CANE

MENDELSON'S

PILLAR ROCK

SPECIAL!

DOMINO

Strictly

MOTT'S

FANCY

APPLE SAUCE

3 35-oz 89c

jars

.

PRODUCE SUPER SPECIALS

•SUTTON
BAY

Purple Plums

lir 2 /2 9 9 c
cans
1

FLAVORKIST

FIG
BARS
19c

full
1-1b.
pkg.

Better Than
Home Grown
SWEET

SPECIAL SALE!

RINSO BLUE
DETERGENT

4

boxes

-

CORN

6 39'

Igo.
ears



We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

Long, Thin, Crispy

CUCUMBERS

3 2 9C

for



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