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The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit and the
Children's Entertainment Com-
pany will bring children's theater
back to the Maple-Drake building
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and July 15
when Snow White and The Seven
Dwarfs will be .performed. Rum-
pelstiltskin will be presented July
22 and 29 at 7:30 p.m. The Em-
peror's New Clothes will be per-
formed Aug. 5 and 12 at 7:30 p.m.
Each- of the plays has been pro-
duced by Dr. Sue A. Martin and
the artistic director is Henry K.
Martin. There is an admission
charge. For information, call the
cultural arts department, 661-
1000, ext: 351.
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Center To Have
An Open House
Sept. 7 is the date for an open
house at the main Jewish Center.
This event, featuring mini-
classes and displays of all facets of
Center activities, is part of the
Center's 60th anniversary cele-
bration. Visitors will be invited to
tour the facilities, use the swim-
ming pool and hike on Center na-
ture trails. Exhibits, both indoors
and out, will showcase the activi-
ties available for every member of
Occuring simultaneously with
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all other days 10-5
the Maple-Drake Open House will
be the Branch Bash at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch in Oak
Festivities at the•"intergenera-
tional center" will include a spe-
cial concert by Gemini, folk sing-
ing duo. Also featured will be
classes in yoga for adults and
aerobics for seniors. Book reviews
will be scheduled in the library.
For the younger set, pony rides,
cooking classes, relay races,
games and lace painting will be
available. Refreshments will be
The Jewish Center's Young
Jewish Coliples Club will hold its
first event at 7 p.m. July 27 at the
main Jewish Community Center.
Entitled "Games. Young
Couples Play," it will include a
variety of mixer-type games,'
human bingo and the Center's
version of The Newlywed Game.
Refreshments will be served, but
guests may bring their own wine.
To get on the planning committee
or for information, call Jo Greene,
661-1000, ext. 344. There is a
charge. Babysitting requests
must be made by July 25.
Harold Flusty, Lynsya Kupershteyn, Lev Kupershteyn and Betty
Kroker converse over coffee at the Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center in a program called "Bridging the Gap"
held every Tuesday at noon. The program provides Russian
immigrants and other Center members the opportunity for discussion
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recipe. It's an absolutely Kosher way to enjoy the flavor of the East.
To use BIRDS EYE Farm Fresh Mixtures — Cauliflower, Baby Whole Carrots and Snow Pea Pods or
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1 /2 pound flank steak into thin strips; toss with soy sauce mixture. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a
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age (10 oz.) BIRDS EYER . StirFry Vegetables;, any variety. Add vegetables to skillet. Stir;
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rice, if desired.
Dr. Laurence Ribiat, second from right, was honored at the recent Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses tribute dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Pictured with him, are, from left: Dr. Harris Mainster, Walter Cykiert
and Dr. Seymour Alpert.