THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24--14iday, liremilar 20, 1970
Chocolates (1 lb. 6 oz.)
Reg. $3.95 NOW$3.45
Barton's Fruit Cake Tin (2 lbs.)
Reg. $4.50—NOW $3.95
SAVE ON TWO HOLIDAY SPECIALS. Just in time for
Thanksgiving and Christmas giving and serving. Two
BARTON best-sellers at these low prices—till December
5th only. (What's more, we'll take your orders at these
prices through Dec. 5th. and hold your order until Christ-
CONTINENTAL CHOCOLATES: Luscious centers of
fruits, nuts, truffles and crunches, cremes and caramels.
Miniature chocolates combined with regular size pieces.
Reg. $3.95, now $3.45.
Double size-2 lbs. 12 oz.-
reg. $7.90, now only $8.90.
FRUIT CAKE: Cherries, pin-
apple, dates, pecans and almonds "C ]Dnillorf
in a luscious runm-flavored cake.
Reg. $4.50, now $3.95.
B A R N
CHOCOLATES and GIFTS
In The Dezter-Davison Shopping Plaza
OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS
to Install Officers
at Fun Night Feast
The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit will install officers
at its annual fund-raising "Family
Supper and Fun Night" 5:30 p.m.
Sunday in the community room of
the Tel-12 Mall Shopping Center,
A full-course dinner will be pre-
pared and served by the sister-
hood. Entertainment will consist
of an audience participation dance
program conducted by Jack
Barnes. Prospective members and
friends are invited. For informa-
tion, contact Shirley Gormezano,
chairman, LI 7-5768.
Officers to be installed for two-
year terms are: David Chicorel,
president; Jacob Gormezano and
Salvatore Katan, vice presidents;
David Romano, treasurer; and
Susan Betsalel and Mary Papo,
secretaries. Albert Chicorel will
be installing officer.
Sisterhood members on the din-
ner committee are Mesdames
Irving Abramson, Marcel Behar,
Samuel Betsalel, David Chicorel,
Jacob Chicorel, Ieshula Ishakis,
Salvatore Katan, Jack Lalouf, Sam
Moss, David Romano, Simon Ros-
ensweig, Louis Papo, Signora Po-
linsky, Gilbert Senor, Mario Sevy,
Albert Sima and Robert Yahia.
Couples Club to View Film on Retardation
The film "Barbara and Yetta" of the Mr. and Mrs. Club. For in-
will be shown, and Mrs. Sarah formation, call the synagogue, UN
Mitteldorf, an officer of the Par- 1-6696.
ents' Association for Jewish Resi-
dential Care will speak, at a meet-
ing of the Mr. and Mrs. Club of
Cong. Beth Abraham in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schol-
nick, 18485 Lauder, 8:30 p.m. Sat-
Mrs. Leonard Green is president
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3 Day Special
Dr. Goldwin A. Smith, professor
of history at Wayne State Univer-
sity, has been named Leo M.
Franklin Memorial Professor in
Human Relations at WSU for 1971.
Dr. Smith was singled out for
the honor on the basis of recom-
mendations made by a faculty
committee. It is given annually
to a feculty member who has made
an outstanding contribution to the
field of human relations.
As Franklin Memorial Pro-
fessor, Dr. Smith is responsible
for planning the 21st annual Leo
M. Franklin Memorial Lecture
Series in Haman Relations. The
series was established in 1950
by Temple Beth El in honor of
Dr. Leo M. Franklin, who died in
A member of the WSU faculty
since 1947, Dr. Smith received his
Ph.D. degree from Cornell Univer-
sity. He was the recipient of an
honorary doctor of letters degree
from the University of Western
Ontario in 1963.
Dr. Smith, an authority on Eng-
lish history, is the author of six
books. His latest work, "England,"
will be published March 1 by
Charles Scribner's Sons. He is a
fellow of the Royal Historical So-
ciety of England and an advisory
editor for Scribner's and has
served as a consultant to Ford
Foundation. He was a Guggenheim
Fellow and fellow of the Fund for
the Advancement of Education in
In Honor of the Israeli Hero
This watch is for men, women,
It has a genuine Swiss move-
ment, fully guaranteed for 1
year, and a genuine leather
It is only the shallow people
who do not judge by appearances.
Mal Ise Clardua
IS PLEASED TO
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kestner of
Waco, Tex., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Trudy to
Howard Gene Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl J. Cohen of Oldham
Rd., Southfield. Miss Kestner is a
senior in education at the Univers-
ity of Arizona, where her fiance
attends the school of mines. A sum-
mer wedding is being planned.
An April wedding in Chicago is
planned by Bonnie Rae Gordon,
daughter of the Sam Gordons of
Chicago, and Warren A. Peristein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Perl-
stein of Wlldwood Ave., Oak Park.
The Jewish News regrets the er-
roneous omission of the planned
wedding date and locale from last
W. Joe Christy
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outstanding work in can-
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