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March 02, 1984 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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WHAT A PRETTY
SURPRISE . . . by such
pretty young lassies . . . as
Girl Scout cookie samples
were brought to the office
for a lot of enjoyment by
Ophi Edut, 11, Tali Edut,
11; Ari Faunt, 9 (Junior
Troop 3069) and Leora
Edut, 6 (Brownie Troop
1002) . . . They were accom-
panied here by their moms,
Doris Edut, 3069 Junior
Girl Scout leader, and Char-
lene Faunt, co-leader.
The boxes are all marked
with a "K" this year to indi-
cate kosher supervision . .
The delicious (ask everyone
at The Jewish News)
cookies are being sold
through March 11 . . .
Booths are located at
supermarkets, banks and
stores during the 10-day
sale period . . . priced at
$1.75 per package.
Cookies come in seven
varieties, including the
newly introduced Almond
Fudge Creme and Pecan
Chocolate Chip . . . Also old
favorites Thin Mints,
Peanut Butter Patties,
Peanut Butter Sandwich,
Caramel De-Lites and
Shortbread.
Our honored guests meet
at Jackson School in Oak
Park . . . Those interested in
ordering can also call Doris
at 543-4255, or Charlene, ,
547-9638.
Michigan Metro Girl
Scout Council is part of a
very fine organization that
does much to enrich the
lives of young girls and
women . . . There are so
many, many wonderful
things the Girl Scouts do .. .
but there's one thing wrong
with Girl Scout cookies .. .
you just can't stop eating
them . . . Isn't it great,
though, to know you're also
buying the boxes to help
such a swell cause?
CONGRATS . . . to
Mayme and Vic Lawson .. .
on their 49th anniversary
. . . Doesn't seem so long
since they celebrated their
25th . . . (That's what their
son Dr. Noel Lawson and
wife Judy will fete this
year).
To Edith and Bernie
Hoffman . . . on their 45th
anniversary . . . celebrated
aboard the "Island Princess
Love Boat."
To Sue and Ed Radner (a
bit belated) on their 25th
anniversary . . . Same day
was also Sue's birthday.
PROJECT TRASH
BAG is present money-
maker for Sophie and Harry
Hoffman Chapter, City of
Hope . . . with the group
selling 100 30-gallon heavy
duties for $12.50 . . . Checks
payable to City of Hope .. .
and pickup is at Card Con-
nection, Franklin Plaza,
Northwestern and 12 Mile
. . . Karl Greenberg, 967-
4113, is project chairman
. . . Irene Light, chapter
president.
,CENTRALRIGH grads,

class of 1944, know how to
find James Lipton, TV pro-
ducer; Norman Wexler, sc-
reen writer; and Lawrence
Rosenthal, composer . . . but
are having difficulty find-
ing lesser-known folks for
its 40th reunion, May 19, at
Pontiac Silverdome.
People like Ted Allen, Dr.
Hugh Carpol, Ruth Gerber,
Rae Ann Moss, Milford
Robinson, Douglas Selik,
Claire Solomon, Milton
Wisotsky, Lucy Baker,
Pierce Rosenthal, Dr. War-
ren Witus or Selma
Wineberg . . . Invitations
have gone out . . . if not re-
ceived, call Phyllis Paul,
352-2612, or leave message
for her at 559-1691.
IT'S • FIRST AN-
NIVERSARY for Marni
fashions for fuller-figured
women, tomorrow on The
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Rd. south of Maple . . . wine,
sandwiches and coffee .. .
by owner Shirley Gold.
LAURA THOMPSON
of "Tan Shoes and Pink
Shoelaces" TV commercial
note, is in the window of In-
genue at Applegate Square,
Northwestern Hwy. be-
tween 12 and 13, singing old
and new favorites at a piano
. . . 1:30 to 4:30 . . . celebrat-
ing fourth anniversary
through tomorrow . . .
Birthday cake and punch is
also being served at the
fashion boutique for junior
sizes.

LOST AND FOUND
Dept. . . . Marian (Kolb)
Zisman in Los Ange,les,
Calif., is looking for friends
Charlotte (nee Saxon) and
Jack Zumberg . . . If you
know how she can contact
them, write to Marian at
8863 Horner St., L.A.
90035.
FORMER
DE-
TROITERS living in San
Diego, Calif. will hold their
second annual reunion,
March 18, 12 noon, at Mis-
sion Bay Park . . . Picnic is
planned and reservations a
must.
In SD area, call Donna
Green, days 225-8989, eve-
nings 576-1397 . . . In
Coronado, Shirley Alexan-
der, 429-1844 . . . In La
Jolla, Annette Schreiber,
452-8990 . . . in North
County, Sally Forman,
487-8057 . . . In case of rain,
picnic will be March 25.
CONGRATS . . . to
Barry Sonne . . . on his 21st
birthday.
LEONARD SIEGAL of
Siegal/Tuomaala Associ-
ates, Architects and Plan-
ners, received award from
Southfield Planning Com-
mission for Applegate
Square.
Applegate is five years
old . . . one of several shop-
ping centers that Siegal/
Tuomaala has designed .. .
including Muirwood Square
in Farmington and The
Boardwalk in West Bloom-
field.

Restaurant

CCHA Tourney
March 9-10

The Central Collegiate
Hockey Association
(CCHA) will hold its cham-
pionship finals March 9-10
at the Joe Louis Arena.
Bowling Green Univer-
sity, Michigan State Uni-
versity and Ohio State Uni-
versity have already
clinched spots in the tour-
nament with a fourth team
to be determined during the
final week of regular season
play. Play-off doublehead-
ers will begin at 5 p.m. on
Friday and 4:30 p.m. Satur-
day.
For tickets or informa-
tion, call the arena box
office, 567-6000.

Lectures Slated
at Somerset Mall

The Center for New
Thinking will hear a talk at
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Somerset Mall Auditorium
by Rabbi Sherwin Wine, di-
rector of the center, on "The
Totalitarian Century."
At 10 a.m. Thursday,
Rabbi Wine will speak on
Abba Eban. There is a
charge for the lectures. For
information, call the Center
for New Thinking, 546-
8928.

Exhibit Opens

The Rubiner Gallery will
open an exhibition of
watercolors by Michigan ar-
tist Fritz Mayhew today.
The show will continue at
the gallery, located at 7001
Orchard Lake Road, until
March 29.

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mage sale to benefit the
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The sale will be held 9
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Haggerty, Farmington.
Receipts for donated
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Cantor Harold Orbach of
Temple Israel, tenor, and
Peter Gordan, french horn,
will be the guests in a spe-
cial American Artists
Series program 3 p.m.
March 11 at the Kingswood
Auditorium, 885 Cranbrook
Rd., Bloomfield Hills.
Appearing on the pro-
gram with them will be
pianist Joann Freeman, and
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra members Ronald
Fischer, violinist; Linda
Snedden Smith, violinist;
Hart Holtman, violist; and
John Thurman, cellist.
The Piano Quintet by
Amy Beach, Phantasie Trio
by Frank Bridge and works
by Britten and Barber will
be featured in the program.

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