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April 05, 1963 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-05

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MISS LESLYE MICHLIN

At a cocktail dinner party,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Michlin of
Franklin Forest announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Leslye, to Phillip Borden, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Borden of
Appoline Ave.
The bride-elect is a junior at
the University of Michigan,
majoring in Russian history.
Her fiance has completed his
Bachelor of Science require-
ments for history at Wayne
State University and has begun
graduate work in the history of
science. An Aug. 1 wedding
is planned.

Chicago Foundation
Receives $200,000
Grant for Research

CHICAGO, (JTA)—The Jew-
ish Federation of Chicago re-
ceived a $200,000 grant for the
purpose of establishing a De-
partment of Research, Joseph L.
Gidwitz, president, announced.
The grant was made by Mrs.
Florence G. Heller through the
Florence G. Heller Foundation.
Mrs. Heller is a member of the
board of directors of the Feder-
ation.
The Research Department
will act as a - clearing house and
evaluation center for all social
welfare research projects and
experimental services carried
forward by the Jewish Federa-
tion agencies and by the Feder-
ation. Involved in the work of
the department will be a con-
tinuing basic study of the peo-
ple in the Jewish community of
Chicago, their attitudes, their
resources, their potentialities,
and a concomitant study of the
processes used to serve them.
According to the terms of
Mrs. Heller's grant, the Jewish
Federation must provide from
its annual operating budget, $1
for every $2 received from Mrs.
Heller's Foundation. The $200,-
000 grant is to be used within
the course of the next four
years.

Announce Speakers for
Shakespeare Seminars

STRATFORD, Ontario—Lead-
ing Shakespearean authorities
from three countries will visit
Stratford this summer to take
part in the 1963 Shakespeare
Seminars, to be held Aug. 4-17.
Dr. B. W. Jackson, Seminar di-
rector announced that G. Wilson
Knight, Emeritus Professor of
English Literature at the Uni-
versity of Leeds, Harry Levin,
Irving Babbitt Professor of Com-
parative Literature at Harvard
University, and Clifford Leech,
professor of English at the Uni-
versity of Toronto, will be among
the speakers to take part in the
lectures and discussions spon-
sored by the universities of
Canada and the Stratford Festi-
val.
Harry Levin is a recognized
authority on Elizabethan litera-
ture. Among his works are "The
Question of Hamlet" and "The
Overreacher:. A study of Chris-
topher Marlowe." He is ,a Fellow
of the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences.

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

Shelly Stern Will
Wed Shelden Beck

Steam engine "buffs" will
have an opportunity . of spend-
ing six hours aboard the final
steam engine trip to London,
Ontario, and return by the
Grand Trunk & Canadian Na-
tio-nal Railways. The trip will
begin from Detroit's Brush St.
Station at 9 a.m. Saturday, May
4. Train will consist of coaches,
caboose, cafeteria car and bag-
gage car. Two photo runpasts
are planned for photography.
Cost of trip is $10.50 per per-
son. For information and reser-
vations, call HOBBY SHOP, Inc.,
DI 1-1882, or stop in at 19924
Livernois. •
* * *
Because of the acceptance of
the 'Kosher For Passover' Astor
Chocolates of New York, RI-
CELLI CANDIES have once
again made it available to the
community. They can be pur-
chased at the main store and
erindy kitchen, 15430 W. Seven
Vile at Greenfield, and at the
Dime Building store, opposite
the old City Hall site.
* *
Charles and Marie Warren an-
nounce the opening of the
CARRIAGE HOUSE, Ear 1 y
American Restaurant & Cock-
tail Lounge at 13311 Grand
River, with well known chefs
George Johnson and George
Econ preparing the food. The
restaurant is two blocks East of
Schaefer, with ample parking
on the premises.

Next Two Weeks' Deadline

On ' account of Passover, the deadlines for the next
two issues have had to be advanced.
Copy for the issues of April 12 and April 19 must be
in our hands before noon on the preceding Fridays.
All copy reaching us after noon today either will be
discarded or, if timely, will be retained for the following
week's issue.

Workmen's Circle Branch 1060 Will Mark
Ninth Anniversary With Dinner Party

MISS SHELLY STERN

Workmen's Circle Branch 1060
will celebrate its ninth anniver-
sary at a dinner party on Satur-
day evening at the Workmen's
Circle Educational Center, 18340
W. Seven Mile.
The dinner is under the super-

vision of the branch's amateur
chef, Jim Goode. Entertainment
will be provided by Arella Bar-
ley, noted folk-singer, who will
sing Yiddish, Israeli and Ameri-
can folk-songs. For reservations
call Gloria Hurwitz, 542-4180, or
Ozilda Sabaroff.

Happy Passover to Our Customers and Friends

Mr. and Mrs. Julius M. Stern
of Appoline Ave. announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Shelly Ruth, to Shelden H.
Beck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph J. Beck of W. Outer Dr., at
a champagne party given by
Mrs Harry Zolkower, grand-
mother of the bride-elect. An
October wedding is planned.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Michigan and is
an English major at Wayne
State University where she is
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority. Her fiance was gradu-
ated from Hillsdale College and
is a senior in the University
of Detroit School of Law. He is
affiliated with Theta Xi and
Gamma Eta Gamma fraternities.

NATHAN & IRVING'S

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

WE WILL BE OPEN
SUNDAY, APRIL 4 — ALL DAY
WE WILL CLOSE MONDAY AT 2 P.M.

cHgcic- :.OUR D'Ai L'Y POSTED PRIGES

:

Free Delivery

UN 1-7237

18275 WYOMING

IT'S PASSOVER TIME AT ALL DEXTER DAVISON MARKETS!

STRICTLY

PASSOVER
SPECIAL I!
A Real Treat
Gunsberg Gourmet

7: 7

STRICTLY

CHICAGO BRAND

tv

FOR PASSOVER

CHUB SALAMI
or BOLOGNA

KISHKA

49 ` lb.

75` lb.

.1111•MAAMMe

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!!

p4ssovsix

SPECIALI1

AKIVAH-Imp.orted

BRISLING
SARDINES

(In - Pure Israeli

Olive Oil)

29c

BLUE'S
MACAROONS

Coconut, Franch
Almond, Chocolate
Flavored Coconut
YOUR CHOICE

65 `

can

box

SUPER SPECIAL!

HOLIDAY STORE
HOURS:

MA COHEN'S

SLICED
LOX

Friday, April 5—
8 A.M. - 7 P.M.
Saturday, April 6
8 A.M. - 10 P.M.
Sunday, April 7,
8 A.M. - 6 P.M.

(In Oil)

7 oz.
jar

79'

BLUE'S

PASSOVER
CAKES

MAXWELL HOUSE,
BEECHNUT, HILLS,
CHASE & SANBORN

COFFEE

Sponge, Nut,
Honey
YOUR CHOICE

Reg., Drip, Fine

75 C ea.

NO COUPON
NEEDED !

-

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!

47c
24 oz.
Decanter
title.

AO,

Borden's

HOT

CREAM
CHEESE

harseradish

Plain, Olive,
Pimento

2bues.25c

10'

3 oz.
pkg.

— "FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

FROSTY ACRES

CAULIFLOWER

17

Pkg.

STARKIST

TUNA POT PIES

3

Pkgs.

49c

a


FROSTY ACRES

SLICED
STRAWBERRIES
0-0z.
9c

Pkg.

1

STOUFFER'S

SPINACH SOUFFLE

39 c Pkg.

UNITED DAIRIES
SPECIAL SALE!

SWISS KNIGHT
FANCY,
IMPORTED
SWISS GRUYERE

SKIM
MILK

CHEESE

9'

8 oz.
12 port.
pkg.

MR. "G"

A DELICIOUS
TASTE TREAT!
GEISHA
IMPORTED

FRENCH FRIES

or

CRINKLE CUT

POTATOES

9c pkg.

15'

Qt.
car.

HALIBUT

3 cans 89

Best You Ever
Tasted I

APPLESAUCE

2
L

1

DAIRY PRODUCTS

RASKIN'S
KOSHER
L'PESACH

mows

PLANTER'S

Peanut
OIL

59` i„bn.

WE WILL HAVE A
COMPLETE
VARIETY

OF DAIRY

MERCHANDISE
FOR PASSOVER

MENDELSON'S
GRADE A

ALL WHITE

•JUMBO
•EGGS

57 c

doz.

35 oz.69
jars

PASSOVER
SPECIAL!

SUNSWEET

PRUNE
JUICE

2

Qt.

btls.

7 9'

BRILLO

SOAP
PADS

Giant
Econ.
Box

39`

PRODUCE SPECIALS*

GREEN GIANT

Very Young
Tender

Sweet,

PEAS

HUNT'S

WHOLE
APRICOTS

6 ., c5 „,.$100 4

no.
21/2
cans

99c

Green, Crisp

Sugar Sweet

CARROTS

325c

Pkgs.

Solid

LETTUCE

Jumbo Size

2

for 39 c

_

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

Thin Skin Juicy

Sunkist
Lemons

Large Size

39` doz.

•Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Onlyl

U.S. No. 1 Golden

Delicious

APPLES

3 ibs.35c

29 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 5, 19 63

Michlin-Borden
Engagement Told

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