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May 07, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OP Civic Chorus Concert Slated

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

MICHELE MEIRI (pro-
nounced May Erie), teaches
the fundamentals of weight
control . . and during the
weeks of June 13-18 and
Sept. 12-17 this vibrant
26-year-old University of
Michigan graduate who
knows what it is like to lose
50 pounds . . . and be on a
yo-yo of losing and gaining
weight . . . will introduce
her luxurious spa experi-
nce in a supervised exer-
-.Ase program . . . at The
Homestead, northern
Michigan's waterfront re-
sort in Glen Arbor, 22 miles
northwest of Traverse City.
Michele, director of The
Omni Health Resort, is
married to a 28-year-old Is-
raeli, Udi Meiri; a second
lieutenant in the 1973 war
. . . His father, Nachman
Meiri, was among the first
Israeli recruits sent to
Rhodesia in 1937 for train-
ing as a pilot in the Royal
Air Force.
Udi's mother, Tikva
Leibovitz Meiri, is the
daughter of the late Haim
Leibovitz, founder of the
Etz-Hazaiet factory in
Petah Tikva.
CONGRATS . . . to Shir-
ley and Ray Abrams on
their 34th anniversary.
75- MEMBERS of the
Silverstein Family Club
celebrated its 45th anniver-
sary . . . Back in 1937,
Sarah and David Silvers-
tein gathered all their chil-
dren and formed the group
. . . meetings are held the
first Tuesday of each month
with Murray
Slomovitz, president, and
Harold Weisblatt, secretary
(his wife Ethel was the
club's first secretary).
Meetings consist of re-
ports on relatives around
the country, how children
are doing in school plus ac-
tivities of all members.
At the anniversary party,
Ethel Weisblatt read the
minutes of the first meeting
. . . and member of the
clan, Fred Apel, put on a
magic show.
It's so nice when families
stick together . . . I'll never
forget the wonderful Raskin
Family Club . . . The Sil-
verstein doings bring back
such beautiful memories of
our long disbanded group
that was carried on by the
cousins . . . and then sor-
rowfully allowed to be cast
adrift . . . for want of to-
getherness.
REQUEST THROUGH
column for the Hutchins In-
termediate yearbook . . .
for Barbara (Goldfield)
Press to copy pages, was an-
swered by Florence (Tchor)
Miller . . . When she
brought Barbara the book,
Florence also showed her
some schooldays photo-
graphs . . . By coincidence,
Barbara was in one of them
. . . although the two las-
sies did not know each other
when they were younger
. . . But a great big thank

you from Barbara to Flor-
ence.
THEY'RE CALLING IT
"Flashback Of The Fabul-
ous Forties" . . . benefit for
American Cancer Society
. . . 7:30 to 10:30 May 14 at
Gorman's Gallery on Tele-
graph and 12 Mile . . . Big
band dancing will be to
Wayne State U's Jazz -Lab
Band . . . plus entertain-
ment, jitterbug contest,
dance cards, cars of the 40s,
etc.
SENIOR CITIZENS at
Borman Hall and Jewish
Federation Apartments will
get to see "The Maven" by
Galilee Chapter, • Bnai
Brith, May 25-26 at Oak
Park High . . . thanks to
group president -Soralee
Broida, who has donated
tickets so some of them can
have a fun evening.
WHERE IS JERRY
SILVER? . . . He has the
all-purpose Office Resource
on Stephenson Hwy. and 14
Mile Rd. . . . but is also a
big advocate of the space
age . . . in another way.
Jerry and his staff of de-
signers put space dividers in
offices to make things easier
and cozier for people . . .
The space dividers are such
that when office crews get
tired lo-oking at the same
setup, the setting can be
changed any way they
want.
Hardly anything Jerry
doesn't do . . . even home to
restaurant designing and
furnishing.
CONGRATS ... to furni-
ture mfg. rep. Larry R.
Trager . . . on his 50th
birthday.
WITH THE GRAND
PRIX races here only a
month away, Second Gen-
eration Singles, 21-45, will
have celebration on the
motif . . . It'll be a pre-
Grand Prix Party 8 p.m.
May 16 at Scandals in
Ramada Inn on Telegraph
. . . Guy or gal will win a
couple of tickets-to the June
6 Grand Prix.
123 PINS OVER aver-
age would put any bowler on
cloud nine . . . let alone a
10-year-old . . . This- is
what happened recently to
Kenny Franklin, son of
Margie and Bob Franklin,
who carries a 107 average
as a member of the
Hartfield Lanes Peanut
Group, ages 8-10 . . . He re-
cently kegled 125-98-221
(444) and received plaques
for high game, high series
and a patch for rolling 123
over average.
ENGAGEMENT
PRESENT from Al Kay
Jewelers on Southfield Rd.
was given to Cindi Barish,
daughter of Rita and Sid
Barish . . . She was winner
of diamond in recent con-
test.
BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . to Morris
Ratner.

The Oak Park Civic
Chorus will present its 14th
annual concert 8 p.m. May
16 at Oak Park High School
Auditorium. The program is
dediCated in memory of Oak
Park Mayor David H.
Shepherd.
The theme for the concert

is "Melodious Moments
from Mozart to Musicals."
The 55-voice chorus is con-
ducted by Charles Weiner,
with Lila Hindmarsh, ac-
companist.
For tickets, call Ray
Greene, 398-1039; or Joyce
Tubben, 356-6527.

MG Week
Proclaimed

Gov. William Milliken
has proclaimed the week of
Monday through May 15 as
Myasthenia Gravis Week in
Michigan.
A benefit luncheon and
fashion show will be held
May 15 at noon at the Fair-
lane Manor in Dearborn.
Doris Biscoe of Channel 7
will be the guest celebrity
hostess.
Proceeds from the May 15
luncheon-fashion show will
be used for research. For in-
formation, call the Myas-
thenia- Gravis Association,
342-5939.

Benefit Planned
for the Retarded -

The Association for Re-
tarded Citizens of-Oakland
County will have its annual
Civic Stars event 2 p.m.
May 16 at the Southfield
Sports arena.
Teams will compete in
races and other competi-
tions, and proceeds will be
used to support the pro-
grams of the OCARC.

Israel Art
Exhibit Set

A collection of Jewish and
Israeli art collected by
Danielle Peleg will be dis-
played in the Southfield
Civic Center Gallery
through May 15.
The Civic Center Gallery
will be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Friday
and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur-
day.

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