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October 02, 1981 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MS Advocates to Meet Monday

Abilities Unlimited, mul-
tiple sclerosis advocacy
group, will hold its regular
monthly meeting 8 p.m.
Monday at the Southfield
Civic Center.

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA
131.11Ers)— TRIO's

•SOLOISTS

557-7986

Guest speaker will be Dr.
Patricia Lowing, chief coor-
dinator of psychological
services at William Beaum-
ont Hospital. Her subject
will be: "Coping With Stress
for the Multiple Sclerosis
Patient, Spouse and Fam-
ily."
The public is invited.
Wheelchair ramps are
available. For information,
call Janet Elford, 356-1131.

Bnai Brith Activities

BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER

will present an original
musical comedy, ..;Mama
Loved Littman's," 8 p.m.
Oct. 27 at the Farmington
Community Library, 32737
W. 12 Mile, Farmington
Hills. All are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.
For tickets call Dorothy
Goldberg, 548-6850. -
• • •

968-0533.

MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will have a

luncheon-meeting noon

Oct. 15 in the kiiob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
An airline representative
will give a demonstration
on packing. There is a

Located in
Hts-iter's Squar•

31065 Orchard Lake nr 14
Farmington Hills

Mon_ Toes_ Sat- 10-6
wed.. Thurs.. Fn 10-9
SUNDAY 12-5

855-3644

visa
mastercharge
amexpress
diners

• •- •

HUNTINGTON
WOODS CHAPTER will

have an open board meeting
8 p.m. Monday in the home
of Linda Berman, 25463
Briar Dr., Oak Park. Guests
are invited. For reserva-
tions, call Diana Katz,
967-0548; or Elaine Glenn,

Nobody
diamo
for less :--
v

• • •

Sports Lodge
Founded by BB

Shop around and compare_ Then bnng us your best price. Well beat
You will soon discover who has the lowest once and the largest selection
of diamonds anwhere Hundreds of settings to choose from

HOWARD S. NISICAR • au ACCREDITED DIAMOND APPRAISER
ran and Us - is Is Swag!

visa

will meet noon Oct. 12 in the
Charter House Apts. club
room. A program, "Dolls for
Democracy," will be pre-
sented, and a petite lunch-
eon will be served. Jeanne
Feldstein, president, invites
friends. Admission is free.
For reservations, call Ann
Klee, 967-0276; Sarah
Levine, 569-4624; or Ms.
Feldstein, 557-8208.

ggi

CARTIER WATCHES AND FINE JEWELRY

MN&

THE DIAMOND PEOPLE
FOR OVER 50 YEARS"

30555 Southfield Rd. • Congress Bldg., Suite 100

Southfield, Mi. • 1 block south of 13 Mile Rd. • 645-9200

DOWN QUILTS

Made To Order and Remade

TRAURIGS

Quilt & Pillow Shop

est. 1919

22050 Woodward Ave.

547-2660

Ferndale

Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat. 10-3

Bnai Brith Metropolitan
Detroit Council announces
the establishment of its new
sports lodge.
The lodge will organize
teams for softball, basket-
ball, golf and bowling.
The lodge Will hold its
first meeting 8 p.m. Oct:22
at the Birmingham Com-
munity House, 380 S. Bates.
Former Detroit Lion Char-
lie Sanders and sportscaster
Eli Zaret will be the guest
speakers. -
For information about the
new lodge or to join, call
Bnai Brith, 552-8177.

•• •

Bulletins Win

Bnai Brith Metropolitan
Detroit Council won a first
place prize in the councils
category in the District 6
convention bulletin contest.
Motor City Lodge's "Motor
City Gasline" won second
place in the groups-up-to-
250-members category.
Gerry Corlin is the editor
of the council bulletin, and
Julius Chupak, Motor City
Lodge bulletin editor.

Immunizations
in Farmington

• •----
ARPET t..4v1tta. SERVICE

.

S9 • 2010

Sam Wohi & Family
and Bernard Hirsch & Family
Wish You A Happy New Year •

tisrizn

,mr5

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer a
free immunization clinic for
Farmington and surround-
ing communities at the
Shiawassee School, 30415
Shiawassee, Farmington, 9
a.m.-noon Thursday.
Immunizations for
measles, German measles,
mumps, polio, diphtheria,
tetanus and whooping
cough are available.
A parent or guardian
must accompany the child
under 18 years of age,- and
bring any previous records
of immunizations, includ-
ing any letters or notices
from school.

charge for guests. For re-
quired reservations, call
Sylvia Schey, 851-1028;
Zelda Tennen, 967-3661; or
June Cohen, 967-3716.

FREE Cooking Classes

at Kitchen Glamor. . .

— OCTOBER

PISGAH CHAPTER

OINK
ITEPHOIY
LTD.

Friday, October 2, 1981 49



CHINESE FEASTS:

Martin Wolf and Marcy Kasle from Asian Catering in Ann Arbor teach

a complete Chinese menu
Wednesday. September 30
Thursday. October 1
Friday. October 2
Monday. October 5



Farmington - I p m and 7 p
Rochester - 1 p m and 7 p m
Redford -- 1 p m and 7 p m
Somerset - I p In and 7 p m

SPECIAL THIS WEEK:
FLAT BOTTOM WOK — 20% off

FESTIVE YEAST TREATS:

Marilyn Danko. hrirm , economist will teach you all the methods to per
fact Baba Rhum. fruit almond stollen and the shapes of sweet yeast dough
Wednesday. October 7
Farmington - 1 p m and 7 p en
Thursday. October 8
Rochester -- 1 p m and 7 p m
Friday. October 9
Redford - Ipm and 7pm
Monday. October 12
Somerset - fpm and 7 p m

SPECIAL THIS WEEK:
MIXED GLAZED FRUIT — 20% off

FOR LOVERS OF CHOCOLATE!

Marcia Sikarskie

prepare, terrific chocolate brandy pie with meringue
shells. white chocolate mousse with raspberry sauce and much more
Tuesday. October 13 .
Somerset - I() a rn and 1 p
Wednesday. October 14
Farmington - I p m and 7 p m
Thursday. October 15
Rochester - fpm and 7pm
Friday. October lb
Redford - 1 p m and 7 p rn

SPECIAL THIS WEEK: •
WHITE CHOCOLATE PELLETS — 25% off

HOMEMADE PASTA, PRONTO!

Sharon Goralewski guides you step by step to perfectly tender egg

noodles. spinach pasta (also beet & carrot). scrumptious
Wednesday. October 21
Farmington -
Thursday. October 22
Rochester -
Friday. October 23.
Redford -
Monday. October 26
Somerset -

fettuchini & more
1 p rn and 7 p m
1 p m and 7 p m
Ipm and 7pm
Ipm and 7pm

SPECIAL THIS WEEK:
PASTA RACK — 20% off

HORS D'OEUVRES WITH STYLE:

Sharon Goralewski teaches the techniques of barquettes filled with pate'

and spreads. open faced Mexican delicacies and smoked salmon mousse
Wednesday. October 28
Farmington - Ipm and 7pm
Thursday. October 29
Rochester -1pm and i p m
Friday. October 30
Redfrod - Ipm and 7pm.
Monday. November 2
Somerset -Ipm and 7 p m

SPECIAL THIS WEEK: JULIA WEINBERG'S
BOOK OF HORS D'OEUVRES — 10% off

FARMINGTON HILLS

Hunters Square

ROCHESTER

Great Oaks Mall

(14 Mlle & Orchard Lake Rd.)

(Livernois & Walton/University)

Mon. Tues. Thurs-Sat. 10 am 5.30 pm
Wednesday. 10 am -9 pm

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

855-4466

TROY

Somerset Mall

652 0402

-

REDFORD

26770 Grand River

(Big Beaver & Coolidge)

(between Beech & Inkster Rds.)

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

Mon-Thurs. 9:30 am - 6 pm

643-7430

537-1300

Fri. 9:30 am - 9 pm.
Sat. 9 - 3J am-6 pm

Quality cookware
and cooking
instruction centers

The Cooks World°

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