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November 15, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-15

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Dexter-Davison to Mark Birthday,
Grand Opening of Shopping Center

Norman Cottler has announc-
ed the 32nd anniversary cele-
bration of Dexter-Davison Mar-
kets in conjunction with the
grand opening of the Dexter-
Davison Shopping Plaza in Oak
Park.
The observance will be mark-
ed by a week of special sales,
give-aways, prizes and other
highlights.
Dexter-Davison Markets has
become popularly appreciated
by customers as well as nation-
ally known in the food business
for its wide variety of quality
products. All three markets are
participating in the anniversary
celebration.

Radomer Board Meets

Radomer Aid and Ladies Soci-
ety will hold a board meeting

Admiring a centerpiece planned for the Detroit Section, 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
National Council of Jewish Women, "Angel Ball," to be held
Thanksgiving Eve at Cobo Hall, are, from left, Mesdames Harold men's Circle, announces Presi-
Ziv, Ronald Greenberg, Joseph Falk, Jerry Disner and Peter dent Nathan Wolek. Hostesses
Rubin.
will be Mrs. Lillian Sugar and
*
Mrs. Minnie Ross.
The Detroit Section, National Harold Jaffee and Fred Shevin,
Council of Jewish Women, will secretaries.
hold its ninth annual "Angel
Committee workers include
Ball" Nov. 27 in the Riverview Mesdames Daniel Carpenter,
Ballroom of Cabo Hall.
Donald Bordelov, Kenneth Di-
The event is a tribute to the shell, Lou Elliman, Avery Gor-
PHOTOGRAPHED IN
women who have contributed at don, Ronald Greenberg, Alana
least $150 in merchandise or Katz, George Korman, Morton
volunteer services to its Resale Lazar, Sidney Marwil, Bernard
Shop on Puritan at Fairfield. Spiegel, Sam Schuster, Robert At the Cost of Black & White
More than 1,500 persons are ex- Solomon, Abe Scher, Norman
pected to attend this year's Robbins, Robert Garcia and PROFESSIONAL COLOR
affair.
LI 8-5700
549-4316
James Whitman.
Featured will be dancing to
the music of Fenby-Carr's Orch-
estra, a midnight supper and a
"Mystery Boutique."
Among the Council projects
which benefit from Resale
EXTRA SUPER
SUPER SPECIAL
SPECIAL !
Shop proceeds are "The Orch-
PILLAR ROCK
OAK PARK ONLY!
BEST 15 or
Fancy
ards," a residential treatment
Fresh, Round
CHICAGO BRAND
home for young children in
STRICTLY
Dressed
Livonia; Operation Friend-
ship, a recreational lounge
program for patients on con-
HOT DOGS
valescent leave from state
mental hospitals, other hospi-
OR KNOCKS
lb.
can
tal projects, planned program-
ming for older adults at the
1 lb.
LOWEST PRICE
cello
We Clean, Bone,
Jewish C e n t e r, community
IN TOWN !
pkg.
Grind Fish Free !
workshop and special place-
(2 Limit)
ment programs, in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Voca-
tional Service and other local
HEINZ
HEINZ
DEL MONTE
services.
Fancy
Vegetarian Style
The National Council also
maintains observers in Washing-
ton and at the UN and provides
scholarships for advanced social
work training, in addition to
Reg. or Hot
conducting surveys and studies
lg.
16 oz.
of social conditions.
14-oz
BtIe .
O;
can
cans
Internationally, Council's en-
terprises include the Hebrew
(Limit 4 cans)
(Limit 6 Sties)
University High School, the John
DAIRY SPECIALS!
Dewey School of Education in
DELICATESSEN
Israel and graduate scholarships
DEPARTMENT
BORDEN'S
RICH'S
for foreign students.
EXTRA SUPER
- KOSHER, PARVE
SPECIAL !
Chairman of the Thanksgiv-
All Vegetable
EMPIRE KOSHER
ing Eve ball is Mrs. Jerry
Brandall, assisted by Mrs. Al-
vin Rodecker and fund-raising
Vice-President Mrs. Oscar Sil-
verman. Other committee
Reg. 49c
heads are Mesdames Ramon
$109
Qt.
ea.
Car.
Jacobs, decorations; Gilbert
can
Michel, gift wrap; Harry Kell-
SO DELICIOUS !
man, Eugene Zack, David
Randleman, Peter Rubin, Wil-
FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS'
liam Parnos, Harold Ziv, Mich-
FROSTY ACRES
FROSTY ACRES
ael Travis, Leon Zimmerman,
STOUFFER'S
David Blanke, and Ben Wein-
GREEN PEAS
ORANGE JUICE
Fancy
traub.
10-oz.
6-oz. $1 00
Advisors on policy are Mes-
1 2C
pkg.
cans
a
dames Dan Krouse and Lewis
B. Daniels, past presidents; Jos-
STOUFFER'S
STOUFFER'S
eph Falk, cash; Jerry Disner,
Quality
Au Gratin
Stanley Kaplan, David Dorra,
SPINACH SOUFFLE
POTATOES

WSU Issues `Mallarme
and the Symbolist Drama'
Wayne State University Press
this week issued as a paperback
"Mallarme and the Symbolist
Drama" by Haskell M. Block,
professor of comparative litera-
ture at Brooklyn College of the
City University of New York.

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TIME

THE

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MONEY

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For a Complete Line of:
Personalized Invitations,
Napkins, Matches, Ceramics,
Announcements, etc.

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We carry the largest selection

of prime and choice meats

and poultry.

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CHECK OUR DAILY._ POSTED PRICES

COLOR

Free Delivery

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SAVE DURING OUR 32nd ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION !

CHINOOK
SALMON

55c

65`

BAKED
BEANS

TOMATO
KETCHUP

. 19 c

1 0'

HALF 'n'
HALF

39`

WHIPPED
TOPPING

Parents may attend regular
Mumford High School classes
today from 12:30 to 2 p.m. ac-
cording to Dr. Leslie Bloom,
Mumford Parents Club presi-
dent. Department heads w ill
share refreshments with visitors
in the school library beginning
at 2 p.m. Baked goods donations
for the school's scholarship fund
are requested by Mrs. Morris
Kaner, UN 3-1558, before Nov.
20.

29

c

pkg.

49`

FRUIT
COCKTAIL

3 N 99C

BAR-B-Q
CHICKENS

29c

Escalloped
APPLES

AL

Mumford High Opens
to Visiting Parents

WHITE FISH'

29

c

pkg.

29` pkg.

Hills Bros,
Maxwell House,
Chase & Sanborn
or Beech-Nut

COFFEE

Reg. Fine, Drip

55`

lb.

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

(2 Limit)

FAMOUS
GREEN FIELDS

PURE EGG
NOODLES

Lg.
cello
pkg.

25`

BENNETT'S
Unsweetened

PRUNE
JUICE
. moo

qt

titles

35c ea.

STREIT'S

MOON-STRIP
MATZOS

FINEST ICE CREAM MADE—
FIT FOR KING OR QUEEN !

FREE ! FREE ! FREE !
SWISS CHOCOLATE ALMOND or

PHILADELPHIA VANILLA

BUY 1 PINT — GET 1 PINT FREE !

BOTH FOR ONLY

39`

FILL YOUR FREEZER NOW !

NIBLETS

JELL-O

Whole Kernel

GELATIN
DESSERTS

CORN

Buy 5, Get 1 FREE!

6 cans 8 9c

2

Lg. 31r
6 oz.
boxes

PILLAR ROCK

GOODMAN'S

Fancy Albacore
Solid Pack, White
Meat

MATZO
MEAL

TUNA

(In Oil)

29 ` pkg. 4 cans $r

(4 limit)

15c box

PRODUCE SPECIALS*

MILANO

1890 French

OR

ITALIAN
DRESSING

Reg. 39c ea.
Your Choice

8 oz.
title

2 9c

MARCAL

TABLE
NAPKINS

White or Pastel

3 boxes25(

Tender, Crisp

PASCAL
CELERY

Jumbo Stalks

19c ea.

U. S. No. 1
MACINTOSH or
JONATHAN

APPLES'

Snowhite

Fresh

RUSSET

MUSHROOMS BOSC PEARS

4 39c 49`

lbs.

SPECIAL
Sweet, Juicy

lb.

3 lbs. 39c

*PRODUCE SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

21 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, Nov. 15, 1963

Detroit Council of Jewish Women
Sets 'Angel Ball' for Thanksgiving

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