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August 26, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-26

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`Majority of One' Helps
Home for Asthma Kids
at Sept. 18 Performance

Announce Troth Victory for Lawrence Gubow.

G.P. Drops Point System

Choice tickets for the Sept.
18 evening performance of
"Majority of One," starring
Gertrude Berg and Sir Cedric
Hardwicke are being sold by
the Northwest Chapter of the
Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children.
The tickets can be purchased
at Small Fry Fashions, Oak
Park Center, by calling Mrs. I.
Medow, DI 1-1996 or Mrs.
Harold Strauss, LI 6-4926.
Proceeds from the tickets
will help to further the treat-
ment given asthmatic children
from all lands now being treat-
ed at the Home in Denver, Colo.

MRS. LAWRENCE KRITT

Martha Nugit, daughter of
Mr. and Mts. Oscar Nugit of Los
Angeles, formerly of Detroit,
became the bride of Lawrence
Harold Kritt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kritt of Beverly Hills,
on Aug. 13. Following the cere-
mony, a reception - dinner at
the Beverly Hills Hotel was at-
tended by many friends and
relatives. •
The bride wore a gown of
poie de peche and Alencon lace,
en train. The gown was set off
by a pearl tiara.
The bride's attendants were
Beverly Kritt, maid of honor,
and Mrs. Ruth Sunderland, ma-
tron of honor. Myrna Levin-
thal, Diane Silverman and Mrs.
John Kahn were the brides-
maids.
Leslie Stephanie Kritt and
Leland Harris Kritt, niece and
nephew of the bridegroom, at-
tended the couple as junior
bridesmaid and ring bearer.
- Sherwin Glatstein was the
bridegroom's best man. Ushers
were VictOr Nugit, brother of
the bride; David Crandall and
Eugene Kapetan.
Included among the out-of-
town guests that attended the
nuptials were Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph- Salle, Mrs. Molly Ekelman
and Mrs. Sam Vander of De-
troit; and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Cohen of New York City. Felici-
tations were sent by friends and
relatives of the bride's family
in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The bridegroom heads a real
estate financing firm bearing his
name, is prominent in Califor-
nia and local business and civic
affairs, and is also president of
the California Appraisal and
Loan Association.

Yeshiva University
Admits 2' Detroiters

Two Detroit students have
been admitted to the undergrad-
uate schools of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, New York, for the semester
bginning in September.
Daniel B. Kapustin, 3742
Leslie, has been admitted to
Yeshiva College, the university's
undergraduate school for men,
and Sherill N. Cohen, 18919
Cherrylawn, is enrolled at Stern
College for Women.

Karpe Named Sinai
Assistant Director

Abraham Srere, president of
the board of trustees of Sinai
Hospital, announces the ap-
pointment of Henry R. Karpe as
associate director.
Prior to his appointment
here, Karpe was the assistant
director of Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal of Cleveland, where he par-
ticipated in a recent building
program expansion.
Married and with four chil-
dren, Karpe resides here on
Hartwell.
Srere indicated that Karpe's
appointment was a part of the
continual strengthening of the
services of Sinai Hospital to the
community.

Three days after Lawrence
Gubow received a bronze medal
from the Jewish War Veterans
of the U.S.A., at the JWV na-
tional convention • in Miami
Beach, last week, in recognition
of his determined efforts to
combat the Grosse Pointe hous-
ing screening system, he
emerged as the victor in the
battle against discrimination.
Last Thursday, the Grosse
Pointe real estate brokers and
property owners announced that
they were yielding to the de-

DIANE JOYCE
JOYCE RICH

Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer J. Rich
of Oxley Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Diane Joyce to Jerome Leon
Steinborn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Epstein of Skokie, Ill.

CAN'T COME IN! — CALL — WE'LL DELIVER

TRY OUR REDI-MADE

Hamburger Steaks

ON YOUR

Outdoor Grill

MORE PEOPLE USE

refreshing, calorie-free

NOW AVAILABLE:

SWEETER THAN SUGAR
YET NO FOOD VALUE

'13

o USE - TESTES

Koshered, Cleaned Fresh Poultry,
Ready For The Pot!

KAPLAN BROS.

18211 WYOMING nr. Curtis

Recommended by doctors foi
diabetics. overweights and
orie diets. Use for beverages.
desserts, cooking. Pure. Corn-
pletely harmless.
4 oz. — Tic

Strictly Kosher Meats- Poultry

FREE PARKING ACROSS STREET

Akiialts
GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING
.....
AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE

See Page 15 for New Year
Greeting Coupon

cision of Gubow, head of the
Michigan Corporation and Se-
curities Commission, and are
dropping the "point systerri" of
screening potential residents.
Michigan's Attorney General
Paul L. Adams, whose office co-
operated with Gubow in holding
hearings on the question, said
"the matter is now closed." He
announced that the Grosse
Pointe Brokers Association is
taking action to comply with
the requirements set down by
the offices of Gubow and Adams.

SAVE ON THESE DAILY SPECIALS AT ALL THREE
NOTE:
OAK PARK

We are now featuring in our fabulous
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

UN 1-4770

DEXTER DAVISON
MARKETS (- ( !i

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SPECIAL EVENTS CALL JO 6-4640.
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NOTICE : Visit our new modern Fresh~ Fish and Sea Food Department in our
OAK PARK MARKET . . . The finest selection in the city!

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

Super Special!

SUPER SPECIAL!

Lean, Tasty

MOTHER'S
ALL WHITE

STRICTLY

amtv2
PASTRAMI

99c

RICHELEAU
RAGGADY ANN

(in Brine or
Jellied Broth)

SAVE 16c—Reg. 55c

FISH

jar

HILLS BROS.

COFFEE

Reg., Drip.,
Fine

59`

GEFILTE

16 oz.59 c

lb.

Super Special!

PEACHES

THIS
WEEK
21/2 can

No Coupon Needed!

,

DEL MONTE

PILLAR ROCK

FRUIT
COCKTAIL

Fancy, White Meat
Solid Pock

TUNA

lb.

39

35c ea.

3 cans 85' 32 ,21 00

Cans

Golds, Mother's
or Monishe.witz.

BEET
BORSCHT

-/Qatr.

29c

Del Monte

S&W California

SARDINE
FILLETS

Del Monte

Pineappte-
Grapefruit

CORN

DRINK

$ 1 00

Cooked

SPAGHETTI

3 cans To 2 -

Cream Style

c3aTs

HEINZ

Boneless

N

Cans

(in Tomato Sauce)

151/4 oz.25 I
Cans

Introductory Offer!

Countryside

'1103

ICE CREAM

Reg. 89c
1 /2 Gal.

$100

Lohc

V 7

ICES

Reg.
'Sc 59
1 /2
GAL.

,

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

FROSTY ACRES

ORANGE JUICE

6

cans

900

FROSTY ACRES

2 Pkg s. 29`

FROSTY ACRES

Red Raspberries

10` Pkg.

4 Pkgs. 89`

RICHELEAU

NOODLES

GREEN PEAS

Golden Waffles

SAVE 20c !

GREENFIELD

FROSTY ACRES
Tender

Instant
COFFEE

Lge.
Jar 69c

BRILLO

SOAP PADS

ige '
boxes

45C

KAISER

BROIL FOIL

roll 45 `

We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities

KAREN'S KOSHER

BOW TIES
and KASHA

(VARNISHKAS)

1p1:g b :

29 c

KRAFT DELUXE

CHEESE
SLICES

American, Pimento,
Swiss

8 oz.
29c
8 Slice
Pkg.

KRAFT
Jet Puffed

MARSH-
MALLOWS

Big
10 oz.
Pkg.

19 c

KRAFT

CHEESE
LINKS

(Your Choice)

4

for

99c

PRODUCE SPECIALS'

MT. WHITNEY
Super Colossal

Home Grown or

Tender, Crisp,

New, U.S. No. 1

RIPE
OLIVES

California

Green

MELONS

Pascal Celery

WEALTHY
APPLES

Jumbo Size

2 Cans 85c 4 for $100

Jumbo Size

17c

ea'

3 lbs. 29c

17-TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, August 25, 1960

Detroiters Attend
California Wedding

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