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September 11, 1981 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISITNEWS



Friday, September 11, 1981 63

Refugee- titiCS15eak for CHAIM HolodaU:St . Seriiiriar Is Planned

CHAIM — Children of
Holocaust Survivors Asso-
ciation in Michigan — will
have a general meeting 8
p.m. Sept. 21 at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of

BBYO Appointee

WASHINGTON — Dr.
Dov Peretz Elkins has been
appointed international di-
rector of program services
for the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization.

the Jewish Community
Center. Refreshments will
precede the meeting at 7:30.
Dr. Ursula Dibner, pro-
fessor of history al the Uni-
versity of Michigan —
Dearborn, will speak on her
experiences while growing
up in Nazi Germany. The
public is invited.
At the meeting, CHAIM
will also begin distributing
the questionnaire prepared
by its oral history commit-
tee. The document records

personal and family history
for the periods before, dur-
ing and after the Holocaust.
The document will serve as
a family history and be the
first step in a CHAIM sur-

vey about the survivor
population of metropolitan
Detroit.
CHAIM will offer .a
six-week seminar on the
Holocaust beginning 8:30

Miss Ulrych
to Marry in Fall

at. Kitchen Glamor. . .

— SEPTEMBER —
TEMPTATIONS OF FRUIT DESSERTS:

• ANGORA • MOHAIR • WOOL
• SILK • RIBBON • COTTON • LINEN •

Marcia Sikarskie, popular food authority, teaches

methods of preparing pear Charlotte with brandy sauce.
apple strudel, peach, walnut tart and more. Join us.

IMPORTED YARNS FROM FAMOUS MANUFACTURERS

GREAT FALL YARNS
call us for
the best-fitting,
best-looking
knits In town!

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Selected Yarns On Sale

CO.
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GRAND OPENING, SEPT. 11

Tuesday. September 15
Wednesday. September 16
Thursday. September 17
Friday. September 18

FILO/STRUDEL DOUGH —

SAVE 10-20%

(located in Birmingham Vacuum)

Evergreen Plaza, Evergreen and 12
569-0070
Southfield

Mon. thru Sat. 10-8.

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20% off

Marilyn Danko cuts her way through radishes, carrots,
turnips and comes up with vegetable garnishes and bou-
quets of vegetable flowers. With a twist of the wrist you'll
learn how too!

Wednesday. September 23
Thursday. September 24
Friday. September 25

Monday. September 28

.

Farmington — 1 p m and 7 p m
Rochester — 1 p m. and 7 p m
Redford — 1 p m and 7 p in
Somerset — 1 p m and 7 pm

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK:

TRIDENT 2 1/2" FLUTING KNIFE — 25% off
Largest selection of Trident Knives at reasonable prices.

Scissor and Knife
Sharpening

C ANY SIZE KNIFE
CUISINART KNIFE
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Miss Ginzler
Plans to Marry

REDFORD

26770 Grand River

(between Beech & Inkster Rds.)

537-130o,

Mon-Thurs. 9:30 am - 6 pm
Fri, 9:30 am- 9 pm.
Sat. 9:30 am- 6 pm

$1.50
$4.50
$2.00
$300
$2.50

tJ

ROCHESTER

Great Oaks Mall

(Livernols & Walton/University)

652-0402

Mon. Tues. Wed. Sat. 10 am 6 pm
Thurs. Fri. 10 am 9 pm

TROY

Somerset Mall

(Big Beaver & Coolidge)

Swiss Music Boxes
Steinbach Smoking Men
Solid Brass Key Chains

ON SPECIALLY SELECTED ITEMS

m and 1 p
in and 7 p
m and 7 p
m and 7 p

ARTISTRY OF VEGETABLE CARVING

Featuring:

PLUS A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF FINE
GIFTS & COLLECTIBLES
FROM AROUNI/THE WORLD

Somerset -- 10 a
Farmington — 1 p
Rochester — L p
Redford — 1 p

SPECIAL OF
THE WEEK:

MISS ULRYCH

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Dobkin of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Hannah
Monique Ulrych, to Charles
Bernd Sarre, son of Mrs.
Agpsta Sarre of Gronegen,
Holland, and the late Mr.
Karl F. Sarre.
Miss Ulrych, daughter of
the late Rabbi Baruch Ul-
rych, attended Wayne State
University and Stern Col-
lege in New York, where
she majored in psychology.
Her fiance attended
Gymnasium Weilheim,
where he majored in psy-
chology and Latin; and was
graduated from the Al-
liance Francaise, Paris,
France, where he received a
certificate in French, the
Sorbonne, Paris, France,
where he earned a BA de-
gree in economics and an
MBA degree in business
administration and from
Cornell University, where
he earned a master's degree
in hotel administration.
A fall wedding is planned.

WORLD IMPORTS, Inc.

(styled in theatre tickets & whistles)

the University of Michi-
gan — Dearborn.
There is a charge for the
seminar and enrollment is
limited. For information,
call the Elliases, 477-0222.

FREE Cooking Classes

KNIT KNIT KNIT KNIT

• INSTRUCTIONS • PATTERNS
• • FINISHING WORK
• READY-MADE SWEATERS & COATS

p.m. Oct. 5 at the home of
Frank and Betty Ellias,
28228 Brookhill Dr.,
Farmington Hills. The
seminar will be taught by
Dr. Sidney Bolkosky of

643-7430

Mon. Thurs. Fn. 10 am - 9 pm
Tues. Wed. Sat. 10 am - 6 pm

FARMINGTON HILLS

Hunters Square


Mrs. Helen Ginzler of
West Bloomfield announces
_ the engagement of her
daughter, Dorene Beth, to
Moses T. Ulrych, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Dobkin of
Southfield and the late
Rabbi Baruch Ulrych.
Miss Ginzler, daughter of
the late Mr. Emanuel M.
Ginzler, earned a BFA de-
gree in painting at Eastern
Michigan University. Her
fiance attended Wayne
State University, where he
majored in business ad-
ministration.
A November wedding is
planned.

(14 Mlle & Orchard Lake Rd.)

MISS GINZLER

855 - 4466

Mon. Tues. Thurs-Sat. 10 am-5 30 pm
Wednesday. 10 am- 9 pm

Quality cookware and
cooking instruction centers

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