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March 13, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

A DYNAMITE OPER- dancers on its masquerade
ATION . . . This could pre- night . . . Wife Anita and
tty much describe the new friend Belle Weingarden
Fashion Cents recently got a big kick out of his
opened at Muirwood Square dancing plus singing
on Grand River and Drake "Mairzy Doats."
REX LODGE, Rex AZA,
. . . It's a women's store
'with world-famous designer and Rex BBYO chapter, will
-,___Aabels in the clothes being have another reunion . . .
sold . . . at discount prices This time, say Harold
. . . How this was accom- Finegood and Joe Silbersc-
plished is a business world hein, the fellows of all three
biggie since the labels are groups will be notified.
all there, clothes are not out
CONGRATS . . . to
of season or discontinued Carol and Shel Klaiman
styles . . . and not seconds . . . on 12th anniversary
or irregulars . . . Not even . . . to Lois and Ed Glick on
close-outs or odd lots.
18th anniversary . . Carol
Fashion Cents is a beauti- and Lois are sisters.
ful, fully-carpeted store
ART HARRIS, now liv-
with 14 enclosed dressing ing in North Hollywood,
- rooms (with doors), jewelry Calif., wants to know if
dept., ladies clothes from there will be a 25-year Cen-
sportswear to jeans to dres- tral High reunion (classes of
ses to suits to coats to acces- 1956) . . . His address is
sories . . . everything cur- P.O. Box 2482, North Hol-
rent and well stocked.
lywood, Calif. 91602.
Muirwood Square is a
JOHNNY C is orchestra
first class act . . . an open for Knights of Pythias De-
mall with every specialty troit Lodge 55 Dinner-
store having its own iden- Dance . . . March 22 . . . at
tity in the concept of tomor-
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
row's shopping centers . . .
Moses . . . Person to call is
Each is exposed to the pub
Max Trager, 355-3761.
lic . . . a larger version con-
BEST BET of the
cept much like Applegate weekend . . . Festival Dan-
Square on Northwestern
cers this Sunday, 3:30 p.m.
. . . Muirwood has 74,000
at Jewish Community Cen-
sq. ft. and Applegate, 54,000 ter, Maple and Drake . . .
sq. ft.
doing "Tzviling — The
Builders are Harold Twins" . . . plus musical
Beznos and Jerry Luptak selections by top area con-
. . . with Leonard Siegel cert musicians.
architect (he also did
FORMER SOUTH-
Applegate) and Ron FIELD Athletic Club in
Light the leasing agent Traveler's Towers on Ever-
who fits things together green will rise again . . .
so well.
before summer . . . with
Day by day, Muirwood is new name, new owner and
taking shape with more
new look . . . It'll be called
construction . . . Already Executive Athletic Club
in are Fashion Cents,
. . . under sole ownership of
Standard Federal Savings
Stan Satovsky.
& Loan, The Deli Place and
Everything remains ex-
Peerless Cleaners (one of
cept the swimming pool and
the few cleaners to use an
former restaurant . . . In
interior decorator, Gene
its stead, a much larger res-
Baker) . . . Coming soon are
taurant will be built on the
Connolly's Jewelry & Sil- former pool site . . . Two
versmith's and Shear De-
membership plans are for
signs Beauty Salon.
squash and racquetball
Another Ron Light leas- enthusiasts . . . and for
ing great will be the those who just want the
Boardwalk on Orchard large health club facilities.
Lake Rd. and Maple . . .
Jimmy Coleman, an old,'
formally to be known as respected name in the field
Bloomfield On The Hill . . . of physical culture, has been
Coming in fall of this year, lured from Florida to be-
construction on the come its membership direc-
Boardwalk will begin in 60 tor. -
days . . . for 30 specialty
Membership sales offices
stores with their own iden- are on the main concourse of
ity . . . all facing on Or- Travelers Tower (354-
chard Lake Rd. . . . Every 1500).
location will be a good one.
RUTH AND NORMAN
AL DUNN has a hole- Kleinman are saying their
in-one card to show off his goodbyes early to Detroit
prowess on the links . .
and environs . . . buying a
Happened while vacation- condominium in Delray Be-
ing in Florida . . . using a ach, where they'll move in
number five wood on the June.
195-yard third hole at Hol-
REGARDS... from Fran
lywood Beach Hotel . . . and Sol Adler . . . three
witnessed by wife Gloria, years since they moved from
and Doris and Joe Klinger, hereabouts . . . 19053 Nor-
celebrating their 40th wed- dhoff, Apt. 204, Northridge,
ding anniversary.
Calif. 91324, phone (213)
ALLAN GILBERT on 993-3666.
recent S.S. Doric Caribbean
cruise, was a ship hit in
Evil pursues sinners; but
ballerina costume and wig the companion of fools shall
as one of the "Can-Can't" smart for it.

-

,

Kirkpatrick Hits
Palestinian
Stamp by UN

BOSTON (JTA) — Jeane
Kirkpatrick, the United
States Ambassador to the
United Nations, has
criticized the issuance of a
stamp by the United Na-
tions which bears the in-
scription "Inalienable
Rights of the Palestinian
People." The stamp went on
sale at the end of January
despite charges that it
legitimized terrorism.
Responding to protests by
the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan
Boston over the issuance of
the stamp, Kirkpatrick
stated in a letter to Clifton
Helman, Council president:
"The Reagan Administra-
tion regards the issuance of
this stamp as a grave error.
Given the involvement of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization in worldwide
terrorism, we will vigor-
ously oppose such initia-
tives in the future."

Seagram Center
for Soil Needs
Dedicated at H.U.

REHOVOT — The Sea-
gram Center for Soil and
Water Sciences was re-
cently dedicated at the He-
brew University's School of
Agriculture.
The center was estab-
lished by a grant from
Joseph E. Seagram Sons,
Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of
the Canadian-based Seag-
ram Company Ltd. The cen-
ter will make use of the sci-
entific capabilities of the
Hebrew University's teach-
ing, research and allied ac-
tivities which will help con-
serve and more efficiently
utilize Israel's soil and
water resources.

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