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August 14, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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Tifhitiktit JEWISH HAWS `

r

Nursery Has New Offerings
People
for Season Starting in Fall
Make News
The United Hebrew limited.)

Dr. Leon Herschfus has
been appointed to the state
of Michigan's board of de-
ntistry by Gov. William
Milliken.

* * *

Patti Schiff of Colum-
bus, Ohio, niece of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert C. Rosenfeld of
West Bloomfield and who
participated in the recent
Maccabiah Games in Israel,
was asked by the Israel
Tennis Association to join
the Israeli tennis team in
eptember to participate in
he Women's World Compe-
ition (Davis Cup for
Women) in Tokyo, Japan.
She also was asked to return
to Israel in April 1982 to
participate in the national
tennis championship to de-
termine the Israel represen-
tatives at Wimbledon,
England, in June 1982.

CASH

FOR YOUR ommonos
PREEIOUS JEWELS

SCWArte;

R- za/4 dal/

& SOKI.

755 W.Big Beaver Rd.
(ffi Mile at 1-75)
Troy, Michigan
Phone:
i 313-362-4500

1

Schools Nursery School will
Fun and learning ac-
initiate three new programs tivities for the entire fam-
beginning in September.
ily will be held on
The nursery school will selected Sundays. The
offer an extended day pro- first Super Sunday is
gram this fall. Children will planned for 1 p.m. Sept.
be able to begin the day at 8 20. Apple picking will be
a.m. with breakfast, spend the afternoon activitiy.
the morning in nursery The UHS Nursery School
school activities, eat lunch is now in its 31st year and
and play until 1 p.m. The enrolling its second genera-
extended schedule is avail- tion of children. The Nur-
able for the afternoon ses- sery School offers flexible
sion from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 scheduling, enrichment
p.m. programs and transporta-
A parent toddler group tion. The school is staffed by
will meet on Tuesday and/or Sylvia Handler, Reva
mornings. Klaymer, Marlene Galperin
Thursday
Toddlers (18 months and and Anita Jacobs.
The UHS Nursery School
up) will participate in gym,
music, dance and craft ac- is located in the main UHS
tivities. Jewish holiday building, 21550 W. 12 Mile
themes will be woven Rd., Southfield. For infor-
through the appropriate ac- mation call the UHS Nur-
tivities. (Registration is sery, 356-7378 or 354-1050.

Miss Ellias Is Married

SIGN BEFORE AUGUST 30 AND THE
MOVE IS ON US!

5600 WEST MAPLE

Just East of Orchard Lake Road .

Leasing and management by:

DAVID M. TISDALE & COMPANY

626-8220

TZEDAKAH CHAP-
TER will have its annual
"Bountiful Salad Party" 7
p.m. Thursday in the home
of Jeannie Weiner, 30086
Old. Bedford, Farmington
Hills. Games will follow.
Guests are invited at a nom-
inal charge. For reserva-
tions, call Ms. Weiner,
661-2030.

* * *

PISGAH ,LODGE will
have ..its annual picnic 10

a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday at the
Oak Park Major Park shel-
ter area. Families and
potential members are in-
vited. Beverages, games
and prizes will be available.

* * *

(correct location). There is a
nominal charge. Hors
d'oeuvres and entertain-
ment will highlight the
evening. For reservations,
call Al Gutman, 353-2164;
or Stebbins, 358-1747.

LOUIS MARSHALL
SUBURBAN LODGE will
honor Alfred I. Stebbins and
past presidents at a cocktail
party to benefit Israel
Bonds 7 p.m. Aug. 23 at the
Zionist Cultural Center

Single Vision

Lens & Frame

$1 998

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

- Bifocals -

only$698extra

Kryptok or D-25

In glass ± 4 sphere 3 cylinder

MANUFACTURERS
:. OPTICAL CO.
10 Mile & Telegraph, Tel-Ex Plaza

357-3298

Mon. & Thurs. 11-7, Tues., Wed. & Fri. 1C-7;
Sat. 10-6

MALTER FURS

MISS ELLIAS

In a spectacular pre-leasing promotion
the 5600 WEST MAPLE Office Building
is providing free moving. Up to 50
moving cost-per-square-foot of leased
space will be reimbursed to any tenant
signing before August 30, 1981.
5600 WEST MAPLE executive suites
are luxurious and completely custom
finished with plush interiors. Office
suites are available from 2-3 rooms and
up. And our flexible floor plans are in-
dividualized to ideally suit your needs.
A call today will show you how simple
and convenient your office move can
be. Occupancy: September 1981.

Bnai Brith Activities

Plastics, oversize, and tints slightly higher

Lauri Robin Ellias be-
came the bride of Dr. Lawr-
ence R. Frey in a recent
ceremony at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Rabbi Irwin Groner
and Cantor Chaim Najman
officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Elmer P. El-
lias of Birmingham. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs7Harvey Frey
of London, England.
The bride was graduated
from the University of

MOVE IN...
ON US

Friday, Auiu§t 14, 1981 53

Michigan with a Bachelor of
General Seience degree and
a master of arts in TV and
film education. She received
a law degree from the
Wayne State University
Law School.
Her husband was
graduated from North-
western University with
a BS degree and earned a
PhD degree in speech
communications and
human relations at the
University of Kansas.
Following a honeymoon
in Canada, the couple is re-
siding in Detroit.

Previews Fall with a Fabulous

AUGUST

For this event
our entire
collection of new
1981 fashions is
reduced from

Veal Stew

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

2 lbs. boneless veal, cut for
stew
flour
garlic powder, to taste
1/2 tsp. paprika
1 large onion, diced
1 tbsp. oil
1 lb. carrots, cut in rings
3/4 cup ketchup
water to cover
1 cup elbow macaroni
1 9-oz. pkg. frozen cut green
beans
1 9-oz. pkg. frozen peas
salt and pepper to taste
Roll veal in flour, garlic
powder and paprika. Brown in
hot oil. Brown onions. Add
carrots, ketchup and water to
cover. Simmer covered 3 1/2 to 4
hours. Add macaroni, stir.
(Add more water, if necessary,
to cook macaroni.) Cook until
macaroni is al dente. Add fro-
zen peas and beans and sim-
mer 10 minutes, covered.
Serves 4-6.

Conceit may puff a man
up, but can never prop him
up.

FUR SALE

20 °. To 40°A,

OF HARVARD ROW

Designers of Fine Furs
Harvard Row Mall
21742 W. 11 Mile Road, Southfield

sale ends August 31, 1981

358-0850

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