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August 20, 1982 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soup Recipe

JWV

CHARLES SHAPIRO
POST AND AUXILIARY
will have a joint indoor
wienie roast and meeting
6:30 p.m. Thursday in the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. The post

and auxiliary will present
their budgets and plans for
the coming year. For de-
tails, call Commander Jerry
Schlussel or President Shir-
ley Schlussel, 545-6027 or
541-1257.

BILL
MEYER
MUSIC
355-2721

Dr. Arthur Goldhaft, a
New Jersey veterinarian,
developed a fowl pox vac-
cine and other poultry
medicines in the 1920s.

HILLEL
HOUSE

PEOPLE'S
CHOICE
459-7287

14400 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park
will be featuring .
folk-guitarist

INNO-
VATIONS
589-2478

YAQOV MAKUANNEN

at their weekly coffeehouse
Mon., Aug. 23
8:00-11:00 P.M.
Admission is Free

WE HAVE MOVED TO CELEBRATE

In Addition To Our Regular 20% Discount

AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER

_ Party Consultants

Offers a gift with an invitation order
A Coin Purse or Glass Case FREE
monogramed with name or initials

Offer good until Aug. 31, 1982

Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10-4 or for appt. call

352-9323

THE CLAYMOOR, 29260 FRANKLIN RD., SUite 111

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

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At Very Reasonable Rates
642-5575
call for an appointment

est. 1919

Telegraph ric
Suites 104,134
Bir'iningham, Mi. 4soir
(313) 642-5595

;10400

Hours: daily til 5:30, Sat. by appt.

EAWRENCE M. . ALIA

President.
V.GEMQLOGIST Ai oiAMONpttOC.48T

COUNTRY-STYLE SOUP
from- MAXWELL HOUSE
1 raw beet, peeled and
shredded
1 /3 cup water
1 pound lean beef, cubed
3 cups beef stock
2 cups water
11/2 taps. salt
1/2 cup coarsely grated carrot
1 /2 cup coarsely grated turnip
_
1 small onion, chopped
2 tbsps. vinegar or to taste
1 tbsp. tomato paste
1 tbsp. pareve margarine
1/2 tsp. sugar
1 16-oz. can sliced or shredded
beets, drained (juice reserved)
1 cup shredded cabbage
1 bay leaf
freshly ground pepper
Dill sprigs (garnish)
Combine raw beet and water
and let stand for several hours.
Combine beef, stock, water
and salt in large saucepan and
simgier, skimming surface
frequently, until meat is fork
tender,,about 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
While , meat is cooking, com-
bine carrot, turnip, onion, vin-
egar, tomato paste, pareve
margarine and sugar in small
saucepan. Cover and simmer
about 15 minutes, checking
occasionally to be sure mix-
ture isn't too dry. Add canned
beet juice and cabbage and
cook 10 minutes.
When meat is tender, add
vegetable mixture, canned be-
ets, bay leaf and a few grind-
ings of pepper and cook until
heated through. Add un-
drained raw beet. Taste and
adjust salt and vinegar as
necessary. Ladle soup into
bowls and garnish with dill.
Makes 2 servings.

(Flint Marriage)

• Jill Marsha Edelberg of
Flint and Kenneth Harris
Levin of California were
married recently in a gar-
den ceremony at the Hotel
Bel - Air in Los Angeles,
Calif. The bride is , the
daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Edelberg. Parents
of the bridegroom are Al-
bert Levin and Louise
Franks of Chicago, Ill. Fol-
lowing a Hawaiian honey-
moon, the couple are resid-
,
ing in Los Angeles.

ENDORSEMENTS.

Better: Oakland Press
Spinal Column
Daily Tribune
Fraternal Order of Police
Tri-City Police Officers Assoc.
Civic Searchlight
President Elect American Bar Assoc.

Best: You the Voters in the Primary
Thank You,
Judge Bernard A. Friedman

Paid for by the Committee To Retain Judge Bernard A. Friedman

BACK TO SCHOOL

At Berlin's

CHILDREN'S SHOPPE

A unique collection of
fall & winter fashions including
jackets, snow suits, coats
and snowmobiles
for infants, toddlers, boys and girls
thru size 16

-

CY

20% OFF*

'except selected Items

REGULAR MERCHANDISE AT ALL TIMES

SERVING 3 GENERATIONS WITH PERSONALIZED SERVICE
• Use Our Lay-A-Way
• Buy With Confidence

INFANTS • BOYS • GIRLS • APPAREL thru size 16
INSIDE ORCHARD MALL
6385 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE, W. BLOOMFIELD

visa

851.5110

Mon., Tues., Wed.
& Sat. 10-6
Thurs. & Fri. 10-9
mastercharge

IIP

OUR BIGGEST SALE EVER

AUGUST FUR SALE

BANDS! BANDS! BANDS!

ALTER FURS
ROM 20% TO 50%

Biggest Selection in Midwest!

LORIO ROSS ENTERTAINMENT

has got 'em. Yes, we've got the
fabulous sounds of JERRY ROSS V
+ II, the dynamic LOVING CUP,
NANCY & CO. and the great
JOHNNY WALLACE BAND. And
Big Bands? From COUNT BASIE to
RAY CHARLES — KEEPSAKE —
we've got'em all! And that's not all.
From Disc jockeys, and Super Stars
to Caricaturists to Magicians .. .
We've got the very best.

ALL OUR FINE FURS REDUCED

We will have informal modeling of our
fine Fall Fashions in Harvard Row Mall
on Tuesday, August 24th from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

GLORIA KROHNER

M L T E R

Your Wedding/Mitzvah Specialist

LORIO ROSS ENTERTAINMENT AGENCY

P4C

799 Stephenson, Tfoy, Mich.

588-0441

Friday, August 20, 1982 41

Sale ends September 4th

OF HARVARD ROW

DESIGNERS OF FINE FURS
11 MILE RD. AT LAHSER
in Southfield
Phone 358-0850

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