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November 18, 1983 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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M Friday, November 18, 1983 •

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

. . . Thighs are
like Jewels .. .
SONGS OF SOLOMON

Wendy Sherman
to Wed in March

Creations by Pollak's,
at Hunters Square, has
been completely refur-
bished to accommodate its
custom dress designing and
remodeling services, bridal
salon, accessory and de-
signer handbags boutiques.
For information, call Madge
Pollak or Debbie Pollak
Zimberg, 851-5111.

7:1

FANTASTIC
BODY WRAP

Lose those lumps &
bumps (cellulite)
you could never
lose before








15% OFF

ANY SERIES

** *

MISS SHERMAN

PERMANENT INCH LOSS
NOT A TEMPORARY WATER LOSS
CELLULITE TREATMENTS
MANICURIST & MASSEUSE AVAILABLE
AEROBICS
FOR MEN & WOMEN

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528-3939

3622 ROCHESTER RD.
1/2 Mile N. of 16 Mile Rd., Troy

Mr. and Mrs. Donald A.
Sherman of Essexville,
Mich., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Wendy Gay of Chicago,
Ill., to Dr. Martin Stuart
Tallman of Evanston, Ill.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sefton
Tallman of Glencoe, Ill.
Miss Sherman attended
the University of Michigan
and Michigan State Uni-
versity, where she earned a
BS degree. Her fiance
earned a BS degree at U-M
and an MD degree at the.
Chicago College of
Medicine.
A March wedding is
planned.

Couple Speaks
Wedding Vows

(LOCATED IN CENTURY PLAZA)

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch
15110 W. Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237
(313) 967-4030

A 10 WEEK CLASS - A $60 VALUE when you
become a Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch Family
before November 27, 1983.

SAVE UP TO $60 ON SUCH CLASSES AS:

*Daddy & Me*
*Modern Jazz*
*Yoga*
*Toddler Gym*
*Hammer & Nails*
*Ballroom Dancing*
*Clubs JPM and more!*

All classes begin the week of November 27, 1983

A SPECIAL DUES RATE OF $95/FAMILY
ENTITLES YOU TO:






Use of all facilities at JPM
Mailings of all JCC publications
Member discount for classes at JPM
Member discount for all JCC cultural events
(Maple-Drake included)
— Special JPM Programs and Activities

Membership dues must be paid in advance and does not include members
rate for Day Camp. Does not apply as a Center membership for Jewish
Parents Institute. Kindershpiel and music lessons are not included in the free
class offer.

I Business Briefs

MRS. POLASKY

Former Detroiter Mindy
Glassman of Las Vegas,
Nev., and Robert Polasky,
former Detroiter also of Las
Vegas, were married re-
cently at Temple Beth
Shalom in Las Vegas.
The bride is the daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Glassman. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Nathan Polasky and Anette
Polasky of Utah.
Joanne Glassman was
her sister's maid of honor.
Gary Polasky was his
brother's best man.
The couple is residing in
Las Vegas.

Three-Cheese
Ball Recipe

1 package (8 ounces) cream
cheese, softened
2 cups shredded Jarlsberg
cheese
2 ounces crumbled blue
cheese

1/4 cup sour cream
1 1 /2 cups crumbled Norwegian
Kavli thin bread

In bowl, blend cheeses and
sour cream. Shape into ball.
Roll in crumbled bread. Chill
several hours or until ready to
serve. Makes about 3 cups
spread.

Sibley's Shoes, Inc., has
opened a new men's shoe
store in the Summit Place
Mall (formerly Pontiac
Mall).

* * *

Sol Drachler of South-
field has joined the board of
directors of Madison Na-
tional Bank, Madison
Heights.

* **

Park West Galleries
will direct a benefit auction
for the Cultural Council of
Pontiac at 8 p.m. Saturday
in the press lounge of the
Pontiac Silverdome. A re-
ception and preview will
begin at 7 p.m. The public is
invited at a nominal charge.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call the cultural
council, 334-2390.

Royal Kedem Wines
have added kosher bur-
gundy to their line of im-
ported wines. The wines, all
appelation controllee, in-
clude Bourgogne, Bour-
gogne Aligote and Bour-
gogne Rose.
* * *
McFrock's Saloon of
Farmington Hills will spon-
sor a canned goods and toys
for kids drive during
November and December.
The items will be delivered
to the Sarah Fisher Home.
McFrock's second annual
pasta eating contest for
Muscular Dytstophy will
take place Nov. 28 at 9 p.m.
All proceeds will go to MD.

Alan Nathan has bee
accepted as a member of the
Michigan Association of
Life Insurance Counselors. \

* * *

Silver's, Inc., office sup-
ply, furnishing and gifts,
will open its newest retail
store Wednesday at Briar-
wood in Ann Arbor.
* * *
Loretta Lorion Chil-
dren's Apparel, 6562
Telegraph, in the Bloom-
field Plaza, will have "The
Most Loved Teddy 'Round
Town" contest Dec. 8. Teddy
bears can be dropped off at
the store beginning Nov. 28.
For every teddy bear en-
tered in the contest, a new
one will be given to a child
at Children's Hospital.
* * *
Metropolitan Kashruth
Council of Michigan has
certified as kosher egg nog
produced by C.F. Burger
Creamery, Twin Pines
Dairy and Farm Maid. None
of the egg nog products bear
any kosher certification
markings, but were pro-
duced under the kashrut
council's supervision.

* *

*

Fiona's
Bridal
Boutique in the Old Or-
chard Center, West Bloom-
field, is offering the entire
stock of all new bridal
gowns at savings up to 30
percent off. The sale is for
today and Saturday. For
appointment, call Fiona's,
855-0057.

* *

*

Fashion Plus at New Or-
leans Mall, has just opened,
featuring apparel for the
full figured woman. Ger-
trude and Leonard Epstein
invite the public to a wine
and cheese reception and 25
percent savings on all mer-
chandise in the store today,
Saturday and Sunday.

Bonds President Is Greeted



Shown greeting Gen. Yehuda Halevy, world
president of Israel Bonds, during the recent board
meeting of Metro Detroit Israel Bonds, are from left,
Jack Shenkman, D. Dan Kahn, Halevy, Ilene Chait
and Max Sosin.

Historical Society Branch
to Meet at Jewish Center

The genealogical branch
The latest "computerized
of the Jewish Historical family finder" will be
Society of Michigan will demonstrated.
meet 8 p.m. Nov. 29 in the
The public is invited free
Jimmy Prentis Morris of charge.
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Archivist Miriam Kush-
Saadia Gaon (10th Cen-
ner will discuss the holdings tury CE) translated many
of the Temple Beth El Irv- books of the Bible into
ing Katz Archives. Arabic.

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