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July 01, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-01

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MRS. JULIAN M. COHEN

Travelers Find Easy Living on Aquarama 'Fun Liner'

Brevities

SHERMAN FAMILY CLUB
will hold its annual picnic be-
ginning at 12 noon, Sunday, at
Metropolitan Beach. .
* * *
H. B. TENENBAUM, of
Woodingham Dr., has filed with
the County Clerk for state rep-
resentative on the Democratic
ticket for the Aug. 2nd primary.
* * *
RABBI PHILIP FRANKEL
of Congregation Shaarey-Zedek,
Lansing, will represent the Jew-
ish Chautauqua Society July 10
to 17 as a teacher-counselor at
the Youth Camp in Bridgman.

*
JOHN LORD BOOTH, presi-
dent of the Booth Radio - Net-
work, will sponsor a scholarship
to Wayne State University for
a male or female Negro, based
on academic standing, deport-
ment and financial need. It is
planned that a Booth Scholar-
ship will be awarded every two
years. Applications will be ad-
dressed to the Office of Student
Financial Aid at WSU. Apy cur-
riculum may be chosen by the
winner.
* * *
VANGUARD PLAYHOUSE
announces that Tuesday is the
final registration day for the
first course of its Theater Arts
Workshop for Children -and
Teens, 7 to 16. For information,
call WO 3-3863.

Of special interest to tourists,
both cross country and in the
Great Lakes area, are the
special auto transport facilities
of the S. S. Aquarama, the
multi-million dollar luxury pas-
senger liner which makes daily
round trips between Detroit
and Cleveland during the sum-
mer months. In 1960, regular
service will begin July 1 and
continue through Labor Day,
Sept. 5.
The motorist approaches the
ship up special ramps, and
enters through automatic push
button controlled doors in the
side of the vessel. Once parked,
it's but a step to the ship's
elevators which take passengers
up to any of the fun decks.
Car protection devices include

an automatic smoke detection
system, automatic sprinklers
and a lighted flasher traffic
control.
The traveler saves about 180
miles of city and highway driv-
ing when using the auto trans-
port accommodations.
The nine-deck, all steel Aqua-
rama, largest passenger vessel
ever to operate on the Great
Lakes, also embodies deluxe
passenger recreation facilities.
Escalators and elevators quick-
ly transport passengers from
one deck to another. There are
three dance floors, four restau-
rants, soda bars, a lounge, and

TRY OUR REDI-MADE

Hamburger Patties

HERRING

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

Outdoor Grill
* -
We Will Be Closed Monday, July 4th

KAPLAN BROS.

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

Strictly Kosher Meats- Poultry



4

FREE PARKING
ACROSS STREET

,

WE
DELIVER

Py 4 1 ,94

4 ‘4/44'p
l. PtAlt

*

* *

A special board meeting of
the ROBERT RAFELSON AUX-
ILIARY is slated to plan a
budget for the coming year, ac-
cording to President Mrs. Jack
Iden. The budget committee
consists of Mesdames Norman
Berkley, c h a i r m a n; Nathan
Brenner, Sidney Kay, Morton
Oppenheim, Joe Berger and Mrs.
Iden. The regularly scheduled
board meeting • will be held 9
p.m., Tuesday, at the home of
Mrs. Abe Schwartz, 24720 Gard-
ner, Oak Park.
* * *
Mrs. Jerry Dale, newly-elected
president of LT. ROY F.
GREEN. AUXILIARY, an-
nounces a meeting at 9 p.m.,
Tuesday, in the Memorial Home.
Plans will be made for a fund-
raising games party, to be held
July 26.

DON'T SAY

NOTE: We are now featuring in our fabulous 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-
pare complete tray service featuring STRICTLY KOSHER products. FOR YOUR

SUPER SPECIAL!
All Famous Brands

HOLIDAY
SPECIAL!

Pillar Rock or
Geisha Imported

Stricly Kosher

Refreshing

White Meat
Solid Pack

HOT DOGS

1-lb. 79c
cello
pkg.

HEINZ

Oven Baked
Vegetarian

Baked
Beans

16-oz.
can

10'

SNOW CROP

6 Cans'!"

LEMONADE

Plain or Pink



• •

10 c

Can

FANCY IMPORTED

BEST TASTING

Sliced

AUSTRIAN ALPS

NOODLES

ANYWHERE

ANY TIME

Pir re 1 r'

OAK PARK MARKET OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. - SUNDAYS fo 6 P.M.

FROSTY ACRES

GREENFIELD'S

'`1

NOTICE: Visit our new modern Fresh Fish and Sea Food Department in our
OAK PARK MARKET . . . The finest selection in the city!

ORANGE JUICE

SAY

DEXTER DAVISO_N
MARKETS
Id
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a


SPECIAL EVENTS CALL JO 6-4640.

Double Cola

99 c

Giant 16-oz. Btles.

TUNA

Plus Deposit

3 cans 85c

MENDELSON'S

HOLIDAY
SPECIAL!

Case
of 24

GRADE A

JUMBO
WHITE

EGGS

49 c

doz.

CHARCOAL

4-lb. 419c
bag A.

Reynolds

ALUMINUM
WRAP

25-ft.

039c

SWISS
CHEESE

39c

pkg.

EXTRA SPECIAL

POOR BOY

Sandwiches

Pkg. of A0c
2
%.0

SEA TREASURE

Breaded

Fantail Shrimp

10-oz. .39c

pkg. ,■./

HILL'S BROS.,
BEECHNUT or
CHASE &
SANBORNE

HOLIDAY
SPECIAL!

CITY
BRAND

LOX

COFFEE

Raw
Pickled

Tongue

1-1b.
can

59,

29' lb

Kosher Style

DILL
PICKLES

BRIX

Pkg. of
2

5 9C

qt.
jar

STOUFFER'S

Spinach Souffle
or
Potatoes
Au Gratin

39 c pkg.

SPRY

8-oz.
jar

69c

VELVET BRAND

ICE
CREAM

All Flavors

29'

v2.

gal. 49

`

DEL MONTE

Pure Vegetable
Shortening

3-lb. C9c
can

HUDSON

PINEAPPLE-
GRAPEFRUIT
DRINK

PILLSBURY

c
$ 1 00
6 29-oz.

FLOUR

White or Rainbow

SANI WHITE

TABLE NAPKINS

PAPER PLATES
100 count n8c

80 count
box

(in oil)

"

CROWN

Finest For
Your Grill!
No Fluid Necessary

roil a6

FROZEN FOOD DEPARTMENT ••••mmir

NOODLES

UN 1-4770

WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR SPECIAL
LOW POSTED PRICES DAILY!

- /p 4ts S op

IN THE REFRIGERATED CASE
AT YOUR FAVORITE MARKET

SAVE ON THESE DAILY SPECIALS Al ALL THREE

LAWRENCE H. JONES AUX-
ILIARY heard a year-end report
by President Deborah Bregman
at its last meeting of the sea-
son. Sessions will resume in
August.



ON YOUR

Eva Kuhn and Julian M.
Cohen were united in marriage
in a ceremony last Sunday, at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. Dinner and
a reception followed the rites.
Parents of the couple are the
Eugene Kuhns, of Cruse Ave.,
and Mrs. Louis Rosen, of Los
Angeles, Calif.
The bride, wearing a gown of
Chantilly lace, highlighted by
a scoop neckline, was attended
by Beverly Simon as maid of
honor. Her twin brother, John
Kuhn, was the bridegrooni's best
man.
Others in the bridal party in-
eluded Judith Resnick, Eleanor
Tractenberg, Evelyn Ray, Bruce
The dollar that does the most
Perkers, M a r vin Eichelbaum
and Thomas Kuhn. The bride's good for us is the dollar which
paternal grandmother also was is kept in circulation.
in the procession.
The newlyweds left following
the wedding for a honeymoon
in New York.

JWV Activities

many areas for games or for
just soaking up the sun or view-
ing the ever-changing scenic
panorama. In addition to regu-
lar dance orchestras, movies,
puppet shows, special features
and entertainers are presented
throughout the cruise.
In Detroit, the Aquarama
leaves its dock at the foot of
West Grand Boulevard on
Thursdays, Fridays and Satur-
days at 9:30 a.m., E.S.T., and
arrives in Cleveland at 4:40
p.m., E.D.S.T. It then leaves
Cleveland at 5:10 pm., E.D.S.T.,
and arrives back in Detroit at
10:30 p.m. the same evening.

oc

only

All Purpose

5-lb.
bag

39

7

PROD UCE SUPER SPECIALS

DAISY BRAND

KRAFT

WHIPPED
BUTTER

MIRACLE
WHIP

Sweet or Salt

Salad Dressing

8-oz.
pkg.

3 9c

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

qt.
jar

45c

THE ARISTOCRAT
OF MELONS

CRENSHAW
MELONS

59 , ea.

Lge. Size—Reg. 99c

Try 'em before
you Buy 'em!

Extra Fancy

Finest of the Land!

Thompson's

Cultivated

SEEDLESS
GRAPES

25c lb.

BLUEBERRIES

29 c

Jumbo Size

box

17 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, July 1, 1960

Honeymoon in East
After June 26 Rites



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