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November 22, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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.

News Brevities

Baritone Robert Merrill, who
will sing at Detroit's Masonic
Auditorium on Saturday evening,
Nov. 30, is one of the most
colorful personalities of the
Metropolitan Op e r a. For in-
stance, few,
know that the
e x - Brooklyn
Dodger M a n-
a g e r, Lippy
Leo Durocher,
is responsible
for giving the
voice of Rob-
ert Merrill to
the world.
However, L e o
should take no Merrill
bows for discovering talent. It
was his failure to see sufficient
talent in Merrill—during an Eb-
bets Field tryout session many
years ago—that ended the opera
star's short baseball c a r e e r,
making it possible for him to
return to music. Since that ra-
ther left-handed beginning, Mer-
rill has starred in movies, radio,
television, records, the concert
stage and, of course, opera. So
great is his fame and the voice
that backs it up, that the past
four Presidents have requested
Merrill to sing for them at of-
ficial functions.
* * *
HUMAN RIGHTS, a new list
of books for boys and girls,
highlighting the principles set
forth in the Universal Declara-
tion of Human Rights adopted
by the General Assembly of
the United Nations on Dec. 10,
1948, will be available at the
Detroit Public Libraries this
week.
* * *
GOING LIKE SIXTY CLUB
of Oak Park will have its an-
nual family social night dance
Dec. 5 at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Mrs. Charles
Levitt, chairman, invites all sen-
ior citizens of Oak Park to at-
tend. There will be entertain-
ment.

American Investors
to Get $1,000,000
Returns from AMPAL

NEW YORK, (JTA) — More
than 1,500 stockholders and in-
vestors attended the 22nd an-
nual meeting of the AMPAL
Group of Corporations at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel at which
A. Dickenstein, president of
AMPAL, reported on the fi-
nancing and investment pro-
gram undertaken by this largest
American group of private in-
vestors in Israel.
Dickenstein announced that
dividend payments amounting
to $1,000,000 would shortly be
mailed out to stockholders of
AMPAL - American Israel Cor-
poration (its 22nd annual divi-
den) in Israel Development
Corporation (11th consecutive
dividend) and in the Israel
American Industrial Develop-
ment Bank.
During the first nine months
of the current fiscal year, Dick-
enstein said, the AMPAL Group
had executed investments and
new financing in an amount of
close to $17,000,000 which would
be increased to $20,000,000 by
the end of the current fiscal
year. Transactions included in-
vestments in and loans to manu-
facturing plants of industrial
ceramic, rubber, metal and
chemical products in Israel.
Dickenstein also announced a
program of $16,000,000 of new
investments in and loans to
merchant shipping, manufac-
ture of citrus by-products, real
estate development and indus-
try, to be implemented in Israel
during the next two years.

The University of Michigan
was the first "real" university
(having multiple schools) in the
West, with the founding of the
Law School, in 1859.

Giacomo Puccini's "La Bo
home" will be presented by the
famed New York City Opera
company tonight at Detroit's
Masonic Auditorium.
*
STUDENT LEAGUE OF THE
TUESDAY MUSICALE will pre-
sent its "Crusade for Strings"
3 p.m. Sunday at the Detroit
Institute of Arts. Dr. Robert
Klotman, director of music edu-
cation in the Detroit Public
Schools, will make a guest ap-
pearance. Direction will be given
through the courtesy of Michael
Bristritsky. The program will in-
clude works by Mozart, Beetho-
ven, Dvorak, Bruch, Bach and
Wieniawski. Advisor to the Stu-
dent League is Matilde Garvett
Kesler.
* * *
Ugo Betti's "THE QUEEN
AND THE REBELS," outstand-
ing contemporary Italian drama,
opens at the Wayne State Uni-
versity Bons telle Theater Nov.
29, at 8:30. Additional perform-
ances are Nov. 30, Dec. 5, 6, 7
and 8.

Leonard N. Simons, presi-
dent of Simmons-Michelson Ad-
vertising Co., a civic leader in
many causes, has been named
ticket chairman for the annual
Brotherhood Dinner to be held

MISS SHIRLEY BROWN

Mrs. Anna Brown of Green-
field Rd. announces the engage-
ment of her daughter, Shirley
Bette, to Leonard Lee Dinkin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Dinkin of Lauder Ave. A March
wedding is planned.

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TIME

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7 oz.
jar

CHECK OUR DAILY_ POSTED

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bi?l:S. 69 (

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$109

PRICES

UN - 1-7237

OCEAN SPRAY

MANISCHEWITZ

GOLD MEDAL

Whole or Jellied

PURE EGG

OR

CRANBERRY

6 cans 89c

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SAUCE

DAIRY SPECIALS!

KRAFT

A!! Vegetable

Philadelphia

Reg. 29c

CREAM
CHEESE

29 c

AND IT'S KOSHER!

NOODLES

Fine, Med., Broad

Full
1 lb.
Bag

PILLSBURY

All Purpose

FLOUR

31c 5 Eilbag. 45c

HOLIDAY SPECIAL

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All Vegetable

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8 oz.
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.

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CREAM OF
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SOUP

Use as Coffee Cream

and poultry.

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

THANK YOU

HEINZ

Food Fair Markets president,
is close behind with 150 tickets
(15 tables).
Mail orders are coming in
from previous dinner constrib-
utors rapidly and very early
because of the Townsend-Hope
all-Star attraction.
As in previous years, a civic
sponsoring committee is being
organized by Chairman Ray-
mond T. Perring in order to

NATHAN & IRVING'S

INVITATION HOUSE

The CHAD MITCHELL TRIO,
one of America's most popular
folk singing groups, will appear
in a concert at the Masonic Au-
ditorium Nov. 29, 8:30 p.m. The
trio consists of singers Chad
Mitchell, Mike Kobluk and Joe
Frazier. For tickets call Ma-
sonic Temple, Grinnell's or Mar-
wil's.

75c lb.

personal pace
by selling 16
tables already. Tom Borman,

in Cobo Hall Ballroom Jan. 19.
Bob Hope, great entertainer,
will be featured at the dinner,
the honored guest and speaker
at which will be Lynn A. Town-
send, president of Chrysler
Corp.
Simons has established an at- get the understanding and sup-
tendance goal of 2,000 which is port of the business and civic
double the record high of 1,003 leaders for the Brotherhood
in 1961. He is setting a fast Dinner.

4. * •

Long or Short

Simons Selected Brotherhood Fete
Ticket Chairman; Hopes for 2,000

MILK

37c

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

HELLMAN'S
MAYONNAISE

Qt.
Jar

65c

DOLE
HAWAIIAN

SLICED
PINEAPPLE

t _, a ,„ $100

UNITED DAIRIES

UNITED DAIRIES

COTTAGE
CHEESE

SKIM
MILK

Creamed

Large or Small
Curd

1 lb.
car.

19c

1 /2 gal.

car.

29c

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MR. 'G' FRENCH

FROSTY ACRES

FRIED POTATOES

JESSE JEWEL

FR. CUT BEANS

YOUNG

Big 2 lb. 25c
bag

FROSTY ACRES

RED RASPBERRIES
$100

4 pkgs.

1

5

c

pkg.

FROSTY ACRES
MIXED

VEGETABLES

24-Oz. 29
bag

c

CHICKEN
LIVERS

8 oz.
pkg.

33c

LIBBY'S

SWEET
PEAS

„,„

PILLAR ROCK

Fancy Albacore
Solid Pack, White
Meat

TUNA

Holiday Special!

HAWAIIAN
PUNCH

3 cans 85c 3

(IN OIL)

Giant
46-oz.
cans

89c

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Imported

SWEET
POTATOES

Fresh Frozen

SPRATS

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BLUEBERRIES

Pint
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2 9c

Green Crisp

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LETTUCE

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Puerto Rican

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Large 138 Size

2 39c 2 29c 49c

for

for

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doz.

23 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Nov. 22, 1963

Brown-Dinkin
Troth Announced

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