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June 10, 1960 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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It was on July 2,. 1834, that
Dr. Aaron Hart David, first
Canadian-born Jew to practice
medicine in Canada, passed the
examination of the Royal Col-
lege of Physicians and Surgeons,
and returned to Montreal to
practice his profession.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 10, 1960

ROSENBLAT ORCHESTRA

Detroit's Favorite M.C.
and His Entertainment
Specialty —
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs

UN 4-0237

KE 8-1291

Chicago Miss to Wed Council's Annual
Program Institute
Dr. Elliott Folbe
Next Wednesday .

STOCK UP NOW AND SAVE AT
REISMAN'S KOSHER POULTRY & FISH MKT.

37c

Kosher Killer

YOUNG HEN TURKEYS
JUMBO CARP

lb.

C lb .

Strictly Fresh

FREE DELIVERY, CALL DI 1-4525

or Stop in at:
13523 W. 7 MILE RD., near Schaefer

Offer Good June 13 thru June 17

54 At

e

of

Alicacio

RESTAURANT - DELICATESSEN

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

8 A.M. - 10 P.M.

Snacks To Full Course Dinners
QUALITY plus QUANTITY

Bring The Family to Dinner
This Week-_-Sunda_y i Too-

- •

Artistic Buffet Tray Catering

• Gift Food Baskets

• Food Packages

NORTHWOOD CENTER

Woodward at 13-Mile

MISS RITA

STONE

Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Rita
Stone, daughter or the Harry
L. Stones, of Lake Shore Dr.,
Chicago, to Dr. Elliott Folbe,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Folbe,
of Eanta Barbara Dr., Detroit.
Miss Stone attended the Uni-
versity of Illinois, where she
was affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority. She is presently
a student in the college of edu-
cation at Roosevelt University.
Dr. Folbe attended the Uni-
versity of Detroit, r.nO is a
graduate of -the Loyola Uni-
versity dental school, where he
was associated with Alpha
Omega professional fraternity
and Blue Key honorar:' society.
Plans are being made for a
February wedding.

Maurice Betman Wins
Insurance Firm Award

MAURICE A. BETMAN, of
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur-
ance Co., recently won an all-
expense paid trip to Milwaukee,
Wis., where he attended the
company's annual meeting. Bet-
man produced 333 percent of
his quota to qualify for the trip.

Novel approaches to organi-
zational programming will be
presented at the third annual
Institute for Program Planners
of Jewish Community Council-
affiliated organizations„ next
Wednesday, 8 p.m., at Congre-
gation Ahavas Achim, 19190
Schaefer. -
Dr. Samuel Krohn and Hu-
bert Sidlow are Institute chair-
men.
Organizational officers are in-
vited.
Dr. Leonard Sidlow, chairman
of the Council's culture com-
mission, will speak on the phil-
osophy of Jewish content pro-
gramming. Rabbi Irwin Groner
of Shaarey Zedek will discuss
the organization of a kibbutz
or "retreat" for organizational
members. Mrs. Howard Kraus
will discuss the use of "mock
trial" technique in Jewish or-
ganizational programming. Mrs.
Ben Schottenfels and Mrs. Har-
vey Lewis will drainatize the
development of study group
technique in organizational pro-
gramming.
Opportunity will be provided
for Institute participants to ex-
change program ideas and ex-
periences of their respective
organizations. Specialists will
be available for consultation
about particular problems faced
by organizations, .including the
obtaining of speakers, films, and
other audio-visual resources on
a • variety of subjects through
the facilities of the Jewish
Community Council program
service.
Officers, delegates, and those
responsible for planning pro-
grams for organizations are in-
vited to the Institute as guests
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil. Refreshments will be served.
There will be no admission
charge.

Winners of Leap

At the 33rd annual installation of
ceremony held recently by, the League
ish Women's Organizations, the Mildre(
ens Rosenberg Youth Awards were pre
to the outstanding young man and wet
the community. Pictured, left to right,
ceremony, are BARBARA. GOODFRIEN1
received one of six honorable mention cit
PEARL PORTNOY, winner of a silver m
as the outstanding young lady; Mrs. 1'

Israeli Stars in `Stor

One of the longest and most
comprehensive talent searches
in movie history came to a suc-
cessful conclusion when a beau-
tiful young Israeli actress was
signed for the all-important role
of Ruth in the Twentieth Cen-
tury-Fox CinemaScope DeLuxe
color Biblical epic, "The Story
of Ruth," which opens June 17
at the Fox Theater. -
In the first long year of the
quest over 300 actresses were
personally interviewed, and an
equal number were studied on
film. Twenty-nine actresses were
given special screen tests, but
none of them proved suitable
for the difficult and sensitive
part of Ruth, ancestress of King
David.
Discouraged, Producer Sam-
uel Engel and Director Henry

Koster
on the
title ro
Anne F
Elana
from Ist
and Ko
to test I
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tress, bi
film exP
applied
ice (col
well as
had her
prepara
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tieth Ce
had nev
Israel, f
the scre
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Elana q

CENTRAL EXPANDS AGAIN!

Max and Julian Nusbaum announce the grand opening of Central
that our customers' loyal
When Max and Julian
Floor Covering's
support has enabled Central
proudly hung out their
to grow and prosper. And
shingl e, "Central. Floor
our customers can rest as-
store this week at 2434
Covering," back in '46, the
sured that .our policy of
name "Central" seemed a
bringing theme outstanding
Michigan Ave., Dearbort
natural enough choice. After
carpeting values, personal-

all, the cramped 20 by 40
foot store was located on
Vernor at Central. Besides,
it gave Julian, a graduate of
Central High School, an op-
portunity to display some of

Central's First Store

good-naturedly quips about
Central's first store. "But,
he adds with a wry smile,
"we solved that problem in
a hurry."

From this humble begin-
ning .. . a small store
handling only remnants and
short rolls . . . Central mush-
roomed into its present four
store operation to become
"Michigan's Largest Dealer
of Bigelow Carpeting."

Julian Nusbaum

the nostalgia he felt towards
his Alma Mater.

"Back in those days," we
couldn't let more than two
customers in at a time," Max

Yes, times have changed,
but Max and Julian sincere-
ly try to maintain the very
same friendly and courteous
service they offered back in
1946.

Says Julian, "We realize

ized service, and individual
attention will continue in-
definitely."

„Agestm.wa.:: .

Max Nusbaum

Max and Julian hope you'll
accept their invitation to
stop at their new store soon.
If it is more convenient, call
them at their main store on
21520 Grand River, or
phone KE 1-2177. They'll be
most happy to chat with you
about your carpeting needs.

New Store at 24340 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, Mich

ALL 4 STORES CELEBRATIN
THIS GRAND OPENING EVENT

Central . . . Michigan's largest Bigelow deals
expands again . . . brings you these greater tha
ever carpeting values ..

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