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July 17, 1981 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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30 Friday, July 1121981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cbateaubrialid
is pot a floe wipe.

It's an extraordinary
entree served for two.
A center cut of beef
tenderloin amid a
bouquetiere of
vegetables, Sauce
Bearnaise. Carved
at your table.
But like a
vintage wine,
Chateaubriand
is at its best
when shared.

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All Credit Cards

LISTENING
POST

DIANE EDGECOMB,
head of the Downtown De-
troit Central Business Dis-
trict putting on the yearly
successful ethnic festivals,
says she would love to have
Israel and Judaism repre-
sented because of their rich
cultural traditions . . . but is
continuously refused .. .
U.S. Sen. Carl Levin has
also been a constant plugger
for Israel and Judaic repre-
sentation.
THE .RECENT double
celebration of Frances and
Sam Solomon was a most
unusual one . . . Both feted
on their 60th birthday and
40th anniversary . . . About
100 people helped them
celebrate at Hyatt Regency
in Dearborn . . . and the
next day (Sunday) 50 con-
tinued the toasting with
brunch at Michigan Inn.
CONGRATS . . . to B.
Pat Benton . . . on his 60th
birthday.
THREE COUPLES .. .
Bernice and Charlie Israel,
Edith and Joe Deitch and
Dorothy and Joe Schechter
. . . will all go on a cruise
celebrating their 40th an-
niversaries, Aug. 17 . . . The
three wives have been
friends since school days .. .
and except when the hub-
bies were in service, the
couples have celebrated
their yearly anniversaries
together . . . All three
couples also went to
Chicago for their honey-
moons.
It'll be a double celebra-
tion for Joe . . . He'll be 70
years old the day before.
SANDRA MEYERS
isn't satisfied with having
one of the most successful
nail care centers around .. .
She wants to make people
happy in other ways besides
manicures, nail wrapping,
tips and pedicures . . . And
so Hearts & Hugs has been
born . . . as one of the hottest
fantasy gifts to come along
in quite a while . . . on a per-
son's special day . . . for any
occasion or no occasion .. .
Sandy's hearts & Hugs per-
sonally delivers a bevy of
hearts and a real live hug to
that special someone.
IT WAS ORCHID time
last week . . . for Barbara
Czerkasski and John Kan-
er, married at Adat
Shalom . . . and Robin Bar-
nett wed to Lloyd Starr at
Kingsley Inn.
Florist was Murray
Grushoff at L & T Flowers
in Ferndale . . . supplying
Barbara and John with all
pink orchids and miniature
pink carnations in
Waterford crystal bowls
given to the guests . . . Also
for Robin and Lloyd with all
white orchids and white
Fuji mums.
FAVORITE PEOPLE
DEPT.. . . Steve Harper .. .
general manager at Michi-
gan Inn, J.L. Hudson Drive
. . . warm, personable, con-
genial and a pleasure to
know.

4k
FIRST SIDEWALK sale
is set for the popular Hun-
ters Square Mali on Or-
chard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile
Rd. . . . It'll be a four-day
bargain blaster, July 23, 24,
25 and 26.
THEY HAD NEVER
met each other until some
months ago . . . Estelle
(Harris) and Sam Kaplan
. . . even though both lived
adjacent to each other in the
same Oak Park neighbor-
hood . . . Their first date was
in March . . . and a
whirlwind romance has
culminated in Estelle, a
widow, and Sam, a widower,
being married in Beverly
Hills, Calif.
CONGRATS . . . to Abe
Dishell . . . on his 81st
birthday.
SAL BATONTI wants
folks to know that he still
owns Batonti's Beauty
Salon on Woodward in Bir-
mingham . . . Fromer part-
ner, Mario Batonti (they're
distant relatives) opened
Mariomax in Hunters
Square with Max Reiger.

SHILA MORGAN-
ROTH has a burning ambi-
tion . . . to franchise her ex-
clusive hair coloring tech-
nique . . . She may seem too
overenthusiastic to many
people, but there's no deny-
ing that Shila knows her
business . . . and not much
that one day her dream of a
super salon for 100 stylists
will come true . . . with
people coming from the
country over . . . Shila is
energy plus . . . Everything
she does is either patented
or trademarked . . . even her
own name . . . Shila's late
father Sidney Caplan would
have been proud of his little
girl . . . Her mother,
Dorothy Caplan, has no
doubt that Shila's non-stop
persistence will one day pay
off in big dividends.

DURING WORLD
WAR I, Benjamin Edels-
tein at 15 years old, was the
youngest soldier in the U.S.
Army . . . having given a
wrong age . . . A friend,
Joseph Shapiro, was in his
20s ... June 4 of this year,
at age 90, Shapiro became a
resident at Borman Hall .. .
and-the two were again re-
united.
BOB OSTROW still
dabbles in the insurance

business . . . but only as a
consultant . . . His main
thing these days is breeding
and racing thoroughbreds
. . . plus buying and selling
them . . . Bob's stable is 19
horses . . . and among them
he hopes is that big winner
. . . who knows, he says,
maybe another Secretariat
or Citation.
CONGRATS . . . to
Leonard and Mary Zudik
. . . on their 34th anniver-
sary . . . celebrated at the
new . -on
Woodward.

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