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April 30, 1982 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-30

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riday,'April 30,`1982

THE DETROIT: 146i NEWS

Carnival Set

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IMAGINE LYING
STILL and losing inches!
. . . This is what happens
with the new Electrocise In-
ternational on Northwest-
ern . . . opened by Dr. How-
ard Rosenberg, son of cater-
ers Sarah and Al Rosenberg
. . . and Allen Kash, son of
Sadie and Sol Kash.
It's called a finger-toning
salon for men and women
. . . Gal puts muscle
stimulating pads on areas
folks want to lose inches
(tummy, buttocks, hips,
waist, thighs, etc.) . . . and it
produces the effects of
active exercise . . . In fact,
you might even call it effort-
less exercise . . . like doing
hundreds of situps in half-
hour . . . with no sweat,
soreness or stiffness . . . Re-
sults are said to be im-
mediate.
CONGRATS . . . to
Harry Sommers . . . on his
90th birthday . . . Also to
former Detroiter Julia
Bernstein of Los Angeles
. . . on her 90th.
TEMPLE ISRAEL'S
Annual Art Fair, this Sun-
day, Monday and Tuesday
(called Art Works) . . . is the
only major fund raiser by its
sisterhood.
Co-chairpersons Judi
LaBret, Alvira Perlman
and Lois Singer have as-
sembled what should be an
exciting collection of works
by 17 professional artists
and crafts people from the
Detroit area . . . This year,
in addition, over 20
boutiques selected by Gail
Caplan and her staff will be
presented . . . with dollmak-
ing, silk flowers, need-
lework, handpainted silks,
novelty telephones, stained
glass, brassware, children's
items, etc.
Also featured at Art
Works will be informal
modeling from local high
fashion boutiques and
demonstration . . . arranged
by Barbara Rosenthal, vice
president of programming
. . . plus appraisals of
jewelry, art and antiques
. . . The cleverly named
"Garden of Eatin' " will
serve lunches . . . and chil-
dren will be entertained by
old-time movies . . . Tickets
will be $2 . . . For more info,
call Temple Israel, 661-
5700.
The three-day event will
begin with a Patron's
Champagne Festival Pre-
view, 8 p.m. to midnight at
the temple, tomorrow.
OF ALL THE names in
recent item about "The Ma-
ven" by Galilee Chapter,
Bnai Brith, May 25-26, sur-
prise that only one was
wrong . . . Costumer Soralee
Broida is correct name of
this talented gal.
BUILDER CHUCK
FIELDS, former chancellor
commander of Knights of
Pythias Detroit 55, was so
elated over losing 15 pounds
through a planned method
. . . that he has tossed aside

everything and is now han-
dling the product and pro-
gram.
CONGRATS . . . to Mar-
tin Lederman . . . on birth-
day number 21.
COULD BE KNOWN as
a $45 million baby . . . that's
Richard Louis Lax, new son
of Linda and Chuck Lax .. .
Grandmother, Lillian Jaf-
fee Oaks, Southfield coun-
cilwoman, was in a study
session on the city's budget
when call came at noon that
her daughter had a boy .. .
Lillian is married to Sam
Oaks.

CALL IT EXTENDING
the life of what is almost a
dying art . . . and it took two
girls almost five years in the
business before June
Rubenstein and Shirley
Freed can say they do it all
. . . at Pillow Talk on W.
Nine Mile in Oak Park .. .
June and Shirley are now
quiltmakers . . . and prob-
ably among the very few
females to make this claim.
PRIVATE CLUB
HOUSES are becoming
available for public use .. .
Don't need to be a resident
of complex or have a friend
living there . . . Latest one is
Aldingbrooke in West
Bloomfield (next to the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter).
DATE AND PLACE
have been finalized for 40th
year reunion of Central
High School 1942 class .. .
It'll be Oct. 16 at Hillcrest
Country Club . . . For local
info call Harriet (Keller)
Wohlman, 851-1736; or
Edythe (Bonin) Rosner,
968-1973 . . . In California
contact Frances (Sarko)
Adler, (219) 993-3666 ... In
Florida, it's Madeline Be-
lkin, (813) 381-8306.
BILL AND JOYCE
PALMER had given up on
having a boy . . . after four
daughters . . . but they
didn't reckon with the
greatest thrill of all . ' be-
coming grandparents for
the first time . . . God
weaves his wonders in
many ways . . . and so it was
a boy, Aaron Lawrence .. .
to their daughter and son-
in-law, Robyn and Blaine
Lankford.
BLOOD
TRIPLE
BANK Rally is this Monday
and Tuesday, by Bnai Brith,
Bnai Brith Women and Per-
fection Masonic Lodge . . . 5
to 10 p.m. at Temple
Emanu-El, W. 10 Mile at
Church, Oak Park .
Charles and Diana Blauer
are blood bank chairmen for
the two BB Councils . . . and
Senior Deacon David Mor-
rison heads the Perfection
drive.

PARTIES

The Oak Park High
School senior class will have
a Western carnival today
through Sunday at the
school. Hours are 6-11 p.m.
today, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Saturday and noon-5 p.m.
Sunday. Admission is nom-
inal.

GIORGIO'S

Restaurant

25920 GREENFIELD at Llncaln
968-4060
Oak Park

I

OPEN MON.-SAT. 1
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99c

In the plow lies our bliss.
—Eliakim Zunser

ROCKY'S

Restaurant & Pizzeria
10511 W. 1 MILE RD.

AT MENDOTA

SERVING THE
BEST FOOD
IN TOWN

Your Hosts:

GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS

THE PRICE IS RIGHT
IT PAYS TO COME
OVERT

864-8553

569-7135

Complete
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Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.

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• SHISH KEBOB • FISH & CHIPS
• OMELETTES
• TUNA SALAD
• SANDWICHES
Your Hosts: SAM & JERRY FLOROS

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That rate is not per person! That's the
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Phosphate Find

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel has discovered a new
phosphate deposit in the
Negev Desert estimated to
be 40 million to 200 million
tons.


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