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September 30, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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Semi-Annual JNF Box Clearance to Start October 9

Final Session of
Leadership Course
on Monday Morning

White Box Committee is headed meat of new boxes in more
by Mrs. Morris Kutinsky as chair- homes.
man. Some 4,500 homes will be
Mrs. Kutinsky stressed the im-
visited and Blue-White Boxes will portant role the Blue & White
be cleared by volunteer workers, Box has 1 velop-
e
members of Hadassah, Ladies
c which le
Auxiliary of JNF, Mizracl •
ishment e State a
Gluck and Sisters of
referred to the new nd Author
omen, Pio- ity Law, which granted the JN
west Child Res
ouch groups are exclusive right to land develo
neer Wome
mg.
ment in the whole territory
also parti
e
e Sta . • of ael. "It is no
will be pro laimed as
Nov
Detroit Socialites Sets
re-
of the j
ole o g
White B ox
Blue
d, and
Yom Kippur Night Fete Det
lid,"sh
m
area. A p r e ra
s coopera-
Detroit Socialites extends an P1
con
ited
inc
ed for that day
clearance activi-
invitation to the Jewish com- sp al effort to
the ion in
mina
munity to attend a Yom-Kippur cle nce, and to
omote lace-
Night Dance, 9 p.m. Saturday
at Cong. Beth Abraham, 8100
W. 7 Mile Rd.
Sammy Woolf and his Or-
chestra will provide the music
and entertainment.
Membership is now open to
Jewish single men and women,
25 years of age and over, who
will wish to attend the social
and cultural affairs which the
organization has planned for the
Try Our Redi-Made Hamburger Steak Patties
coining season.

The semi-annual fall clearance
of Jewish National Fund Blue
and White Boxes will begin Sun-
day, Oct. 9, the second day of
Hol Hamoed Sukkot.
The clearance, now a tradition
in Jewish communities the world
over, will continue until Sunday,
Nov. 13.
The Detroit JNF Blue and

The final session of the leader-
ship training course sponsored
by the Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation will
be held 9:50 a.m., Monday, at the
Fred M. Butzel Building, 163
Madison.
William Avrunin, associate di-
rector of the Federation, will dis-
cuss the future of Federation.
Women attending the meeting
will have an opportunity to visit
Federation agencies located in
the Butzel Building.
Mrs. Harry E. August, president
of Women's Division, will ac-
quaint the women with the work
of the division and introduce its
leaders.
In charge of arrangements for
Monday's meeting a r e Mrs.
MISS JUDITH STEIN
Michael Wartell and Mrs. Stuart
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stein of Mittenthal. Mrs. Lewis S. Gross-
Littlefield Ave., announce the man, chairman of leadership
engagement of their daughter, training, will preside.
Judith Ann, to Sanford Grant
Weiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Center Theater Presents
Leo Weiner of Robson Ave.
`Audience on Stage'
MORE PEOPLE USE
Miss Stein, a senior in the
A panel di
"The
CAN'T COME IN? CALL and WE'LL DELIVER
refreshing, calorie-free
college of education at Wayne
Dybbuk," a
am-
State University, is affiliated
merstein"
11,
presente
with Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
the Jew'
er Theater as
Her fiance, a senior at the
1.1
nce on -Stage"
Liquid
Massachusetts Institute of Tech- next
sweetener
at 8 p.m. Oct. in tl
nology, is a member of Sigma trac
Aai
DeRoy:
SWEETER THAN SUGAR
Alpha Mu fraternity.
e eveni
YET NO FOOD VALUE
The couple will wed in Jan-
n
p - 1 discussi
Recommended by doctors foi
uary.
diabetics, overweights and lo-cal.
Th
J ish folk p
Strictly Kosher Meats - Poultry
orie diets. Use for beverages,
urrent
"The T=/ Man
desserts, cooking. Pure, Corn•
ptetely harmless. - 4 oz.. — 75;
• eali
I .1 adway hi I
with this
18711 WYOMING nr. Curtis
E USERSTIO
will include
ject. Panel
rsic'eam GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING
r. Frederick She-
oan
p
• ....... •
AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE
ax Chomsky.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cohen, vin
19435 Lauder, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Gail Marilynn, to Franklin David
AT OUR OAK PARK MARKET
Gettleson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
FOR YOUR PARTY
TRY
OUR
STRICTLY
Ben Gettleson, 382 Voorheis, Pon-
Fresh Fish & Sea Food
OR OTHER SPECIAL
tiac. The bride-elect is a student
EVENTS
at Wayne State University. Her
fiance attended the University of
TRY OUR STRICTLY
Arizona and now is a student at
Wayne State University.
In
** *
The engagement of Judith
BEST YOU EVER TASTED!
We Skin, Bone & Grind
Ann Weinstein to Raphael
Schwartz has been announced
Fish Free of Charge!
by her parents, the Morris Wein-
steins, of Steel Avenue. Mr:
Schwartz is the son of Mr. and
SMUCKER'S
HEINZ
Mrs. Isaac Schwartz, of Jaffa,
Yom Kippur Special
Israel.
CAVERN
Fancy
Pure
Maxwell House
MA COHEN'S

o

PLEASE NOTE:

WE WILL BE CLOSED MOT—
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 and 1

U Niversity 1-4770

KAPLAN BROS.

8ng ag ements

FINEST SELECTION
IN THE CITY!

BAR-B-O'd
CHICKEN

$1 29 ea.

Ninth Season Opens
allery
is
at G.

HERRING FILLETS

allery,
ct. 2, Garelicl.
Liverno' _will in curate
20
.son with the open-
i.
inth
g of s traditional g o p
f gallery regulars.
shoN
1 be
e following artists
r •resented: Evel n Br kett.
and
race McArthu e
Ken-
eonard JungwiIii
Renee
mitz, Harry a
Richard
Rade
Lillian
Wilt,
rd A. Flor-
Fishb
sheim
d reception is
'iew
A
unday. 2 to 6 p.m.
lanne

Your Choice

Cream or Wine Sauce
Pickled, Schmaltz

On

Pieces & Stems

COFFEE

Mushrooms

AR ROCK
or

Chocolate or

EISHA IMPORTED
Solid Pack,
White Meat

Butterscotch

MORSELS

GOLD'S

GREEN GIANT

BEET
RS

orge, Tender

Pure Vegeta

Shortening

usors
ORANGE
JUICE

or

BLENDED
JUICE

lb.
can

6-oz.
pkgs.

SPECIAL

FROZEN FOO

ES

ORANGE J

STA

KIST

Newberg

S

FANCY IMPORTED

MANDARIN
ORANGES

1 9 c

GRAPE
JAM

14-oz.

Cans

NESTLE'S

TOMATO
KETCHUP

Reg. or Hot

Large
16-oz. Jar

FROSTY A

Can

DOLE HAWAIIAN

VEGETABLE or

3 9 c

39

NORTHERN

TOILET
TISSUE

White or Pastel

59` 4 29c

rolls

Limit Quantities

EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL I

SWISS
CHEESE

Pkg.

10c OFF SALE!

Fancy, Imported

Australian Alps

CR

CHUNKING
COMPLETE
CANTONESE
SHRIMP DINNERS

HOUSEHOLD
CLEANSER

We Reserve Right t

BORDENS

KAREN'S KOSHER

CHICKE

HANDY ANDY

Best
Anywhere —
Anytime

TRAY SERVICE
DAIRY or MEAT!

c pkg.

PRODUCE SPECIALS

U.S. No. 'I

DRY
ONIONS

U. S. No. 1
Sweet, Delicious

RUSSET
PEARS
ibs.29`

andy Sweet

Bunches or
Cello Pkgs.

3

WE WILL BE CLOSED YOM KIPPUR, SATURDAY, OCT..' 1

17 - TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri day, S eptemb er 30, 19 60

Judith Stein to Wed
Sanford G. Weiner

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