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January 04, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-04

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26—Friday, January 4, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Registration for Classes at Center Begins Jan. 13

Registration for the spring
semester of classes at the
Jewish Center is scheduled
to take place Jan. 13.
Center members may reg-
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Applebaum of Radclift Ave., Oak ister from 9:30 a.m. to 1
Park, were honored by members of the Rovner-Lachowitch- p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m.
Nonmembers may register
er Aid Society at a surprise going-away dinner party Dec.
26 in the meeting hall. The Applebaums, who are in Brazil
visiting relatives, were entertained by toastmaster Max
Sosin, Joe Siegal and Mrs. Harry Oberstein, accompanist.
Guest speaker was Judge Lawrence Gubow. Hosts were Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Gubow.

activities in, Society

only during the afternoon
session, 2-5 p.m.
For registration and class
information, contact the Jew-
ish Center, 341-4200.

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Through the latest audio-
visual techniques, the Jew-
ish Center offers a compre-
hensive way to learn Hebrew
in its modern spoken and
written form.
An additional beginners
class has been added to the
Hebrew curriculum this sem-
ester to join with existing be-
DAVID A. SIDLOW of ginners, intermediate and
Farmington has been ap- advanced level courses. Clas-
pointed assistant cashier,
bank properties department,
of the BANK OF THE COM-
MONWEALTH it was an-
nounced by Arthur F. F.
Snyder, president and chief
executive officer. Sidlow, a
graduate of the Detroit In-
stitute of Technology, joined
the bank in 1970 as project
coordinator in the bank
properties department.

Business
Briefs

FARMINGTON HILLS

Pelham Honored

HAIR REMOVAL CENTER

Gentle - Effective - Permanent

851-9175 for app't.

LOTTIE D. HALPERIN

ses also are available in con-
versational and extremely ad-
vanced Hebrew, as well as
special Bible discussion
classes.

JOE MILLER

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Rule of Justice
In a free State, it is not
the Christian that rules the
Jew, neither is it the Jew
that rules the Christian; it is
Alfred Pelham receives Justice that rules.—Leopold
the National Conference of Zune.
Christians and Jews award,
from Alfred A. May, presi-
dent of the National Confer-
ence, at the annual Brother-
hood Banquet.

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OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will meet 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Town and Coun-
try Club. Rabbi Joel E. Poup-
ko, director of Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of
Michigan, will speak on
"Hillel Today" and "Out of
the Land of the Dead," based
on his recent trip to Poland.
Wives are invited. For res-
ervations, call Dave Redisch,
557-4271.

MAX SCHRUT

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and fast service
call me at

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STUDIO

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
We come to your Wee with samples .

390-9111 or 895-8805t i

DICK STEIN

presents

A complete musical
package for your party.

Featdring:

• DICK STEIN

• Jeep Smith

• Eric Blewett

A Shelby Lee

• Patty Grant

• Joel Johnson
I Mori Little

From One to Any
Number of. Entertainers

Call us and we will discuss

Your Entertainment Needs.

358-2777

"Music the Stein Way"

HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE invites members to
bring their wives to its meet-
ing 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
North Park Square Apts. club
house. Arthur Schott, Bnai
Brith Council Anti-Defema-
tion League chairman, will
speak on "The Misconception
of Israel's Responsibility for
the Energy Crisis." Refresh-
ments and games will follow
the meeting. Members are
asked to bring cans of food,
paper products or cleaning
supplies to the meeting to aid
needy Jewish families for
the lodge's WAC (We All
Care) project.

Tzimmes Delight

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

On a cold snowy wintery
day, a hot tzimmes is always
a delight. This all-in-one
dish, with a tossed salad,
makes a hearty dinner.

1 lb. hamburger meat
1 jumbo egg
cup matzo meal
2 tsp. sugar
2 lb. short ribs
2 large onions diced
salt, to taste
1 /2 box raisins (optional)
4 'large white potatoes
3 medium sweet potatoes
1 /2 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 /2 cup honey
water
Mix hamburger meat, egg, mat-
zo meal, sugar. Form small meat
balls. Brown ribs and onion. Add
water to cover meat and bring
to a boil. Add meat balls. Cook
for about 1 hr. Add more water
if necessary. Then add while po-
tatoes, sweet potatoes, raisins
and salt. Cook about 2 hours or
until rib meat is soft. Add su-
gars and honey. Simmer about
5-10 minutes. Serves a family of
six.

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Roll the drums, crash the
cymbals, and run down to Phillips.
We're having a sale!

And when we have a sale, we don't just fool around. Take a look at these prices—just an
incredible saving on an incredible selection of famous brand-name
shoes, including Florsheim, Red Cross Shoes, Socialites and Cobbles. So hurry (yes,
hurry!) down to the nearest Phillips. When we have a sale at Phillips, we mean business.
Naturally, we'd like it to be yours.

Women's

Values to

Now

Red Cross Shoes and Socialites
Cobbles
and Eastland
Lady Florsheim (is•ticOrsica
only)
Group of Quality Imports
Hush Puppies
Lady Dexter
Selected Group, Sport and Casual
Selected Group of Handbags

$26.00
$24.00
$30.00
$29.00
$20.00
$19.00
$19.00
$26.00

$16.99
$14.99
$17.99
$16.99
$ 9.99
$ 9.99
$ 9.99
1/3 off

All sizes, but not in every style.
Women's sizes overiOare Si extra.

Men's

Values to

Now

Florsheim
Phillips, Verde & Dexter

$45.95
$36.95

$19.80 to $24.80
$13.80 to $19.80

All sizes, but not in every style.
men's sizes over 12 are $1 extra.

Phillips Shoes, Detroit: Northland (2 stores), Eastland, Westland, Southland, 1254 Washington Boulevard (Women's),
Broadway at Gratiot (Men's). Flint: Genesee Valley Center. Toledo: Woodville Mall & Franklin Park Mall. Ann Arbor: Briarwood Mall.

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