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May 16, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

RON
"BRYON"
ANTMAN, son of localites
Lillian and Harry Antman,
left the advertising busi-
ness in New York three
years ago, to go into the
candy business . . . quite a
switch . . . Since Lil loves
sweets, it was in honor of
her, you might say . . . He
has three stores (wholesale
& retail) now in New York
. . . called Sweet Tempta-
tion . . . two on Madison
Avenue, where he was in
the ad game for 17 years .. .
and one on 34th St.
His most recent franchise
was opened recently by
Marilyn and Harvey Biem
. . . on Maple, west of
Woodward in Birmingham
. . . The recently opened
Sweet Temptation of Mari-
lyn and Harvey also sells ice
cream plus all kinds of
candy . . . especially those
once-upon-a-time favorites
folks used to buy for a
penny.
EDWIN "AL" ROSE
will be installed as com-
mander of the Charles
Shapiro Post 510, Jewish
War Veterans . . .`and Shir-
ley Sontag, president of the
auxiliary . . . June 1 at the
Furniture Club.
20th ANNUAL Hun-
tington Woods Art Fair is
tomorrow, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
. . . and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. . . . on Scotia in Oak
Park in front of Burton
School.
A variety of entertain-
ment is planned . . . and
plus the fair, an arts auction
is slated for the Burton
School gym tomorrow night
with Bernie Ahearn auc-
tioning off works of art,
musical lessons, theater
tickets, etc.
Sue Lepler and Midge
Lusardi are co-chairing the
Huntington Woods Art Fair
. . . There is no charge.
CONGRATS. . . to Dr.
Henry Berris . . . on his 65th
birthday.
SHEILA SLOAN has
been appointed by Gov.
William Milliken as one of
three board members to the
Michigan Refugee Relief
Fund established by him
last November shortly after
his return from a visit to
refugee camps in Southeast
Asia . . . The MRRF was
formed to provide badly
needed food, medicine and
supplies for refugees in
Thailand and Cambodia .. .
where there will be no . fall
harvest because the farmers
have eaten the seed rice.
Volunteers are desper-
ately needed . . . plus groups
to put on fund-raising af-
fairs . . . Sheila can provide
a lot of info . . . Call her at
644-2035.
NEW PRESIDENT of
City of Hope, Mr. & Mrs.
Group, is Nathan Light .. .
He takes over gavel from
Leo Hack.
AVERY SHAPIRO of
City Foods has four wit-
nesses to his recent hole-

Hillary Burg Plans to Marry

New UHS Unit Open House Set

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W.
Burg of West Bloomfield
announce the engagement

The main Jewish Corn-
munity Center will be the
scene of an open house and
parents meeting for the
newest branch of the United
Hebrew Schools, located at
the Center, 8 p.m. Monday.

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in-one at Tam-O-Shanter
. . . He used a three wood on
the 194-yard 11th hole .. .
with watchers Mickey
Fishman, Mel Fishman, Dr.
Leon Fill and Dr. Davd
Keats.
IF LOU STYBEL volun-
teers to do the bar-b-q-ing of
hamburgers or steaks while
visiting, let him . . . Lou is
considered among the best.
DR. NANCY
ANSTANDIG, director of
The Parent Training School
in Franklin Village . . . for
parent-child relationships
. . . has a general private
practice in psychotherapy
. . . and now hosts a weekly
talk radio show over WCAR
(1090 AM) on Mondays, 1
p.m. to 2 p.m.
Her Parent Training
School is just that . . . Moms
and dads are the students,
not their children . . .
teaching the parents skills
and stategies to prevent
child development problems
before they happen.
Dr. Anstandig has the
first such school of its kind
in the Detroit area.
THE BI-CENTENNIAL
Detroit Central High Reu-
nion set for June 1 will be at
Vladimir's on Grand River
. . . Those who'd like to com-
pare years-gone-by notes
with classmates from 1927
to 1934 are being given a big
opportunity . . . Reserva-
tions should be made now by
calling Molly Stross, 353-
8153, or Marion Krone,
.557-8520 . . . Chairman of
the affair is Molly Levitt.
LUBETH LEVINE is a
mighty lucky young lady
. . . She fell asleep outside
during one day of the recent
80 degree weekend . . . and
woke up before more severe
damage happened . . . As it
was,. Lubeth suffered sun
poisoning.
DR. HERB SIMMONS
was victim of a freak ac-
cident at a local gardening
shop . . . Large flower pot up
high (the small ones were
down low) fell on his foot .. .
He was taken to Providence
Hospital . . . and hobbled on
crutches at a local restau-
rant . . . still wearing his
wrist tag until someone
with scissors could cut it off.
ARTHUR GOODMAN,
six years old, has been
steeped in TV advertising,
comic strip promotions and
general conversation on the
subject of vitamins . . . Last
week, his mother, Sylvia
Goodman, offered him some
little candies . . . "These are
good," said Arthur. "What
vitamins do they have?" .. .
"Oh, none in particular,"
said Sylvia . . . Little Art
was astonished . . . "Do you
mean they're just for fun?"

When you introduce into
our schools a spirit of emu-
lation, you have present the
keenest spur admissible to
youthful intellect.
—Horace Mann

of their daughter, Hillary
Ruthe, to Robert Eugene
Geiger, son of Dr. and Mrs.
H. Eugene Geiger of Olivet.
Miss Burg and her fiance
are pursuing graduate
studies at Michigan State
University.
A summer wedding is
planned.

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