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June 24, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-24

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THEDETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Saudis View U.S.-Israel Ties

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

DESIGN AWARD for
excellence and space-saving
originality was given to Jon
Greenberg and Associates
of Berkley, Mich. . . . for the
design of Erella's Fragrance
Boutique . . . on the
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Rd. and Maple.
The beautiful 1,125-
square-foot store contains a
highly-focused dual optic
track lighting system .. .
Ken Nisch and JGA's light-
ing designer Ron Harwood
working together with
owner Erella Benvenisti .. .
The perfumes in multi-
faceted crystal or glass fal-
cons take on the brilliance
of precious gems because of
very effective ingenious
lighting effects.
Erella's is primarily a
fragrance boutique, but
cosmetics are also included
. . . The lighting affords
proper lights to apply
makeup . . . and also
enhances customer's com-
plexion . . . Theatrical
cosmetic lights are posi-
tioned down to waist line so
that neck and upper eye-lid
areas are not in shadow .. .
Customer's hair is even ac-
cented with ceiling lights.
Erella says that men are
particularly interested in
developing a distinguished
array of scents for their var-
ying activities . . . She has
the patience to help make
such determination . . .
spending much time with
each customer on their ini-
tial visit . . . learning about
the client's lifestyle and
self-image . . . "You wear a
fragrance as you do any ar-
ticle of clothing," says
Erella. "In fact, it often
dominates over the visual
impression."
CONGRATS ... to
Lenny and Carol Moss .. .
on their 35th anniversary
. . . to Maurice (Bud) and
Muriel (Murt) Sherbow
. . . on their 40th anniver-
sary . . . to Paul and
Michelle Kaplan ... living
in Chadsworth, Calif. . . . on
their 15th anniversary .. .
celebrated with surprise
visit by Michelle's parents
here, Al and Shirley Selick.
THIS WEEKEND ...
Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day . . . is Veteran's Care
Food Fair . . . in Tel-12
Mall, Telegraph and 12
Mile . . . by Jewish War
Veterans, Dept. of Mich.;
American Legion, South-
field Post 407; and Veterans
of Foreign Wars, Dunham
Post 2645 . . . Bring a can,
play one of the 10 or more
games free, win a prize .. .
Hope is to fill a truck with
food . . . Carnival-like at-
mosphere will have sno-
cones, cotton candy, etc.
machines . . . Rock and
Country bands will play
this Sunday.
A COMBINED REU-
NION of Northern and Cen-
tral High grads . . . 50 years
. . . more and less . . . quite a
venture and no doubt the

biggest of all . . . thought
about for 1984 . . . Volun-
teers can call Izzy Malin,
864-2506.
GET WELL WISHES
. to Rube Snider ... re-
covering at home from
shoulder operation . . . to
Sol Isaacs, ... following
operation at Sinai Hospital
. . . to Dr. Richard C.
Hertz of Temple Beth El.
MARILYN GROSS-
MSW,
MAN LEAF,
daughter of Dr. Sol
and Pauline Grossman, has
been included in the 1983-
1984 13th edition of Mar-
quis, "Who's Who of Ameri-
can Women" . . . Marilyn
graduated Mumford High
in 1959, U of M in 1963 and
U of Chicago School of So-
cial Service Administraion
in 1965 . . . She teaches at
Northridge College . . . and
is in the Medical Social
Service Dept. at Northridge
Hospital.
JACK GOLDBERG of
Stage & Co., Orchard Lake
Rd. and Maple, recently
celebrated birthday with
much affection from friends
at Jonathon's also at the
Boardwalk . . . The
Jonathon's staff gave Jack a
day at the Total Image For
Men Salon (hair cut, facial,
massage, pedicure, mani-
cure) . . . and lunch made by
them . . . not to forget one of
the best shoe shines he'll
ever receive . . . by Clarence
Miller, fast getting rep for
his leather dressing . . . by
folks coming from all over
town.
Debbie McGrath, Jack's
hairdresser at Jonathon's,
made him a chocolate cake
with oodles of strawberries
. . . which Jack was helped
in downing by wife Harriet
and daughter Sheila at
Stage & Co. deli restaurant.
BEVERLY PEISS,
daughter of Nate and Mari-
lyn Peiss, is doing her diete-
tic internship at Harper
Hospital . . . after graduat-
ing in March from Michigan
State U . . . earning a
Bachelor of Science degree
in dietetics.
CHI CHAPTER of
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity
at Michigan State U. is
winner of the frat softball
championship for third time
of last four years . . . plus
all-sports trophy . . . Loca-
lite members of team are .. .
Steve Arbit, Jeff Shanbom,
Steve Shanbom, Allen Rein,
Randy Rein and Larry
Silver.
ROBERT HARRIS,
president of Temple Beth El
Luncheon Meeting, has
Julius Chajes talking on
Jewish music, plus Julius'
mezzo soprano wife, An-
nette . . . this Tuesday,
11:45 a.m.

Of all cruelties those that
are the most intolerable are
the ones that come under
the name of condolence and
consolation.
—W. S. -Landor

Arabia), we will have to
turn quickly to Europe, and
that means that other gulf
nations will follow suit."

WASHINGTON — Is-
rael's role in the Middle
East and the affect Israeli
actions have on Saudi
Arabia were covered in a re-
cent article on the Saudi
military in Aviation Week
and Space Technology mag-
azine.
"Saudi officers contin-
ually point out that they are
not an enemy of Israel," the
article said. But the Saudis
do oppose "Zionism that is
expansionist in nature."
Saudi Arabia also worries
about U.S. moves to appease
Israel, the article indicated.
The magazine quoted a
Saudi official as saying that
"If the U.S., because of the
Jewish bloc in the Congress,
falters in its security assis-
tance commitment (to Saudi

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