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August 20, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-20

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United Hebrew Schools' Southfield
Shaw-Steinberger
Branch Announced; List Building Plan Wedding Solemnized

With the beginning of the new
school year the United Hebrew
Schools will open a new branch
in Southfield.
For this year, sessions will be
held in the Birney Public School,
11 `Mile Road and Evergreen. How-
ever, a new Hebrew School build-
ing in Southfield is now on the
planning boards to be ready with-
in a year.
Classes will be arranged for all
grades of the elementary school
department, for children aged
eight and up. These classes will
meet three times a week for two-
hour sessions.
The UHS buses will transport
children attending the following
schools: Booth, Bloomfield Village,
Detroit Country Day, Eagle, East

Greek Line Offers Fare Reductions to Israel

Southfield, Kennedy, L e d e r 1 e
Leonhart, Meadowlake, McKinley
Northbrook, Schoenhals, South
field Number 10, Westchester and
Wing Lake.
To acquaint parents of the
Southfield area with this new
branch, a number of public meet-
ings have been scheduled. Plans
are being formulated for a Parent-
Teacher Group and adult study
groups.
For information, call DI. 1-3407.
Cong. Adas Shalom, one of
the UHS cooperating synagoues,
has issued this statement:
"Fifteen years ago the Adas
Shalom Synagogue affiliated with
the UHS in order to provide the
best Jewish education for the chil-
dren of their members as well as
MRS. JEROME SHAW
for the children of the general
Jewish community. This affiliation
Town and Country Club in South-
is known throughout the country field was the setting for the recent
as the Detroit Plan and is con- marriage of Patricia Janice Stein-
sidered the most efficient Hebrew berger and Jerome M. Shaw. The
education afforded in Detroit or ceremony was followed by a buffet
in any other community in the dinner.
United States. It takes advantage
Parents of the couple are Mr.
of an organized community school and Mrs. George Steinberger of
system offering a well planned Queensboro Ave., Farmington, and
educational program, executed by Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Shaw of
a properly supervised profession- Hartwell Ave.
al staff. At the same time it pro-
The bride wore a gown of silk
vides for the religious affiliation chiffon with an empire waistband
Like CHEESE KREPLACH
which only a synagogue can give. of Alencon lace, and a tiara of
with
"Adas Shalom Synagogue is join- pearls and crystals with an illusion
ing the UHS in sponsoring the new veil.
Southfield branch in order to pro-
Mrs. Phyllis Blavin, the bride-
vide their members living in the groom's sister, was the matron of
suburbs facilities closer to their honor, and Frederick Harwin was
home s. However, arrangements best man.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee knows
have been made to provide trans-
what he's talking about. His
portation to all children of Adas
Cheese Ravioli has the
Shalom members, and any others
"grandest taste"—whether you
so desiring, for Sunday classes at
say it in Italian or Jewish or a
the Adas Shalom School • Building.
mixture of both. Have some
The Jewish News regrets an
Under the auspices of the Adas
for lunch or supper today.
Shalom Religious School, classes error in announcing the engage-
for the kindergarten, first and sec- ment of Linda Joy Talon and
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE'
ond grades will also be held on Robert Stuart Michaels, in which
Cheese Ravioli
Sunday mornings at the Birney the name of Mr. Michaels' father
Was substituted for his own in
Public School."
If you like cheese kreplach,
the headline. Parents of the
you'll love these tender little
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
macaroni pies...filled with
Theater Guild Presents
M. Talon of Northlawn Ave. and
tangy Italian Cheese...sim-
Two 1-Act Plays as Benefit Dr. and Mrs. Allen L. Michaels of
mered with savory tomato
"One Plus One," an evening of Kenmore, N.Y. The bride-elect is
sauce and cheese...seasoned
two one-act plays, will be present- a junior at the University of Mich-
in the real Italian way.
ed by the Detroit Theater Guild igan, where her fiance completed
U-m, m! Real Italian flavor
8:30 p.m. Aug. 28-30 at the Jewish his pre-medical studies. He is
created by famed Chef Boy-
Center. All profits from the per- presently enrolled at the North-
Ar-Dee. And thrifty. Costs
formances will be presented to the western School of Medicine in
only about 150 per serving!
hospital fund of Children's Hospi- Chicago.
tal.
Michael Oberfield, a student at New AJ Congress Chapter
Michigan State University, will
direct Sartre's story, "No Exit," Geared to Young Adults
The clubhouse at Northgate East
with Bonnie Dailey, Karen Fink,
David Biber and Don Pohlad. As- Apartments, 101/2 Mile and Green-
field, Oak Park, will be the set-
sisting him is Bonnie Feinberg.
Biber, who attends Albion Col- ting for the next meeting of the
lege, will direct Murray Schisgal's University and Professional Chap-
"The Tiger," with Kathy Koponen ter of the American Jewish Con-
gress, 7:45 p.m. Aug. 29.
and Oberfield.
Nominations for permanent offi-
For ticket reservations, call the
Center ticket office, DI 1-4200. cers will follow a discussion of
For information concerning mem- Congress activities by Irving Ru-
bership or Guild activities, call bin, Michigan Council vice presi-
dent. Rabbi Leon Fram, honorary
Gay Rothenberg, 547-4869.
president, will also be present.
A social hour will follow the
business meeting. Guests invited.
The group, geared toward col-
lege students and young profes-
sionals, is planning several com-
munity programs, including a tu-
torial project at the Crossman
School.
OST -
U R P*9
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
For information about the group,
call Michael Goodman, chairman,
924-6039. Questions about the meet-
lb.
ing will be answered by Gay Roth-
enberg, 547-4869 or Iry Roder,
TO 9-7436.
lb.

Vacationers wishing to visit Is-
rael for the Jewish High Holy
Days this fall can arrange for a
25 Per cent reduction off low
thrift season one way fares on the
Greek Line's new flagship, Queen
Anna Maria.
The reduced fare will be offered
on a 30-day ashore round-trip ex-
cursion basis, and will be applic-
able to individuals, according to
S.V.H. Upjohn, general sales mana-
ger of the Greek Line. Groups of
25 persons or more will be offered

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, August 20, 1965

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Hebrew World Union. On the re-
turn trip, passengers can learn
500 more words, enough to con-
verse on almost any topic.
For further information, see

your travel agent or Paul Manz,
district supervisor, First National

Bldg., WO 1 5280.

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the 30-day limitation for indivi-
dual passengers. The discount
brings minimum tourist class rates
to $525 round trip.
The 26,300-ton Queen Anna
Maria is the largest liner in regu-
lar service between New York and
Israel.
A special bonus for pasengers
is a highly popular Hebrew lan-
guage course, initiated thiS year
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