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November 28, 1969 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-28

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Bab's Hair Fashions

F Make your appointment today.

Brandwine will be a participant
on the program.
Mrs. Robert Brody is chairman

of the Young Women's Committee,
and Mrs. Gilbert Silverman, ticket
chairman, is assisted by Mrs. Jo-
seph Share. The decorations com-
mittee consists of Mrs. Carl Lip-
nick, chairman; Mrs: Hadar Gran-
ader and Mrs Sheldon Klein. The
floor committee is headed by Mrs.
Harold Glenn. Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver is Israel Bond Women's
Division chairman. For reserva-
tions, call the Bond office, 352-

6770.

Members of the committee are:

MUSIC BY

• Dubb's Country Kitchen

• Sherri's

• Ehos Drug Company

Mesdames Bertram Adler. William
Adler, Alex Barth, Fred Faum, Eli
Benstein. Ernest Berger. James G. Bitt-
ker. , Leonard Borman, Morris J. Brand-
' wine, George Brody, Hyman Brown,
Robert Canvasser, Melvin Clayton.
David Fishman, Herbert Freedland.
• Morris Garrison, Milton Gilman, Reu-
1 ven Goldstein, Gerald Gurvis. Wallace
1 Handler. Joel Helfman. David Berme-
' lin, Leslie Krakovits, Charles Levi, Louis
E. Levitan, Maurice Lezell, Leslie Man-
del, Richard Modell, Harold Nosan.
Harry Nosanchuk, Raymond Pepper and
David Pollack.

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

• fabulous Star Bakery

LI 1-2563

• Bud Rollins Shoes

Stanley Shapiro Takes
Bride Limla E. Rose

Swim Suits," and "Old Fashion-
ed Dress." Mrs. Morris .1.

The Young Women's Committee,
State of Israel Bonds, is inviting
the community to participate in
second annual "Wonderful World
of Children" Hanuka program
Sunday in the social hall of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
A noon luncheon will precede
the showing of fashions by nearly
80 child models.
The showing will feature round-
the-clock fashions with Shirley
Raf as commentator and Anne
Schwartz, f a s h i o n coordinator.
Eric Rosenow will be at the piano.

An added feature will be the
showing of "Old Fashioned

N fiW
BLEANS
MALL

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 28, 1969-45

80 Kids Will Make 'Wonderful World'
Spin at Sunday Fashion Festival

• The Bootery

MRS. STANLEY SHAPIRO

Linda Esther Rose and Stanl , j
Charles Shapiro were united in
marriage recently. in a ceremony
solemnized by the bridegroom's
father. Rabbi Aaron Shapiro, and
Rabbi Hayim Dentin of Cong. Bnai
David. where the wedding took
place.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack B. Rose of Rue
Versailles, Oak Park and Rabbi
and Mrs. Shapiro of Greenville,
S.C.
Matron of honor was. Karol Rose, -
and bridesmaids were Paula
Brown. Mrs. Kathy McGrath and
Barbara Davis of California.
Harvey Rose, brother of the
bride, was best man, and ushers
were Mike Finn, Alan Mills and
Walter Schwartz.



• Pickwick Shop

A cSIGN

UP FOR U. S.
SAVINGS BONDS/
*
FREEDOM
•* *
SHARES

• Bob's Hair Fashions

• Rigsby Shoe Service

• Ala's Barber Shop
• Room At The Bottom

Also, Robert Portnoy, George Rosin,
Morton Scholnick, Douglas Schubot,
David Schwartz, Lawrence Simmer. Mil-
ton Simmons. Harvey Snider. Morris
Starkman, Gerald Starter, Joseph Stern,
Bernard Stollman, Melvin Weinberg,
Haney Weisberg, Herman Weisman,
!Norton Weiss and Milford NVenokur.

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Extra Super Special!

Goisha

EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL

Fancy Albacone

Famous FAIRMONT

White Meat

TUNA

COTTAGE
CHEESE

Solid packed in Brine

Large or Small Curd

Chicago Brand

Strictly 1

SLICED
CORNED BEEF

6V

4-oz .
Pkg.

3 ,a,„ $100

United

Creamed

1-lb.
Carton

3t

Dairies

EGG NOG

Qt.
Carton

49,

Jewish

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

By RUTH SIRKIS

(Copyright 1969. JTA. Inc.)

Maxwell

COFFEE

All Grinds

1-lb. Can

79`

INSTANT

10-oz. Jar

$125

Roland

Crisco

House

Pure

Imported

Vegetable

TOMATO
SARDINES

SHORTENING

73`

3-lb.
Can

BORDEN'S

ORANGE
JUICE

63,

Wgal.
Jug

Swiss Style

YOGURT

5

„pint $100

Cartons

Famous Heinz

Great-American

TOMATO
KETCHUP

SOUP SALE

26-oz.
Bottle

39c

All Varieties

Including
5 New Soups

can

19c

Win Schuler's

Famous

BAR
SCHEEZE
59c

Cup

1-qt.
14-au.
Cans

9`

MINUTE RICE
MIXES

3 7-or. $1 00

Pkg.

35c each

2

INSTANT HANUKA
PONCIIEKES

Early Garden

Hanuka is a holiday of miracles.
The small army of the Maccabees
won a big victory over the huge
army of Antiochus the Greek. The
small jug of pure oil lasted for
eight days.
Since the oil miracle some 2,100
years ago. the custom has been to
eat fried-in-oil foods during the
entire holiday. The variety is big
and delicious, and the best-sellers
are Latkes and Ponchekes.
Here is a modern way to prepare
instant llanuka Ponchekes. Instead
of using yeast dough, and haying
to wait at least for rising, use a
baking powder dough which will
turn out the goodies miraculously
quick.

SWEET PEAS

1-lb.
1-oz.
Can

17c

For Dishes &

United Dairies

Homogenized

MILK

your choice

2

3 3`

Pkg.

Ja t r's 2 9 C

Del Monte

While They Last!

Rib Roast
Drumstick
Spanish

Cartons

89

Fine Fabrics

ROMAN-PINK

Liquid
DETERGENT

Of.
Bottle

25`

Ingredients (for more '
than a dozen):

2 eggs

Clip sugar
Clip nil

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

Downy Flake

PECAN
TWIRLS

ROKEACH DIET
BEET BORSCHT

DRINK

"

DAIRY SPECIALS

Borden's

Famous
PINEAPPLE B.
GRAPEFRUIT

37C'an-nosz 4.9` 4

Sale

Special

Del Monte

Gorton's

Boston Bonnie

Ore-Ida

Breaded

OCEAN PERCH
DINNERS

TATER
TOTS

SHRIMP
IN A BASKET

so,. 49`

Basket

Heat or Defrost
8. Serve

1-1b.
Boxes

9-oz.
Pkg.

2, a

PURPLE
PLUMS

Macabee

KOSHER
PIZZA

9-0z. 3-pack Pkg.

4 99`

45`

Extra Fancy
California

I. Beat eggs and sugar thoroughly for
3 minutes in an electric hand mixer,
add milk and oil and Mix them in.
Combine the flour. baking powder -
and salt. Acid to eggs mixture. Mix-
well with a ,- ooden spoon. The doUgh
is .0100th and soil: you should han-
dle it with hands dipped in Hour.
3. On a lightly floured surface. roll the
thick for
an in. ,t
dough to half
same
Batten it with yt1111 . !,
thickness..
-I To cut out the ponehet cs w hiell re-
semble doughnuts) y ie,0151 use a
doughnut cutter or 'he Dada ional
team of a water-glass for ;he o ut swie
,ind . a .thimble to ni.ike 11),• center
hole. Dip the cutting tnnh in flour .
),.,"
5 In a heavy. big skillet heat in
e.
Fry until brown. turning
Oil.
Drain 00 paper towel and Sr, III I., IC
Ns ill, sugar.

45c

Reg. 79c

PASCAL
CELERY

24 size

25` stalk

Fresh

Calif. Pitted

DATES

„,.,b. 4

Pkg,

9`

79c Value

3 lbs. 29c

Fresh -Imported

FIGS

ON A STRING

Full
Lb.

Temple • Israel Couples
Slate Hanuka Party •

39c

Temple Israel's couples Club will
hold its annual Hanuka party 4
p.m. Dec. 7 in the temple:
Included in the family festivities
will be singing, a candlelighting
ceremony. a latke supper and spe-
cial entertainment for children.
Admission is for members only,
and dues are payable at the door.

- Produce Specials Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday

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FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

The finest and largest selection in the area. We clean,
bone, skin and grind all fish free of charge. For

special service can

JO 6-4640

2 lsps. baking
0, -,, der , •

a 1511. salt
Oil for deep ft) ing
Sugar for sprinkling

2.

PRODUCE SPECIALS

Sutton Bay

cup., flour

For reservations, call Mrs. Sher-



man Zeldes, 353-5809: Renee Polu-
koff, 356-0026 or Natalie 'Leff, KE
7-3511.

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