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April 27, 1984 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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DANNY RASKIN

IN 1948, Israel became a
state . . . and this column
held its first Miss Israel
Contest . . . Winner was Es-
telle Schwartzman at Latin
Quarter . . . It was so nice
bumping into Estelle
Schwartzman Freedlander
after all these years . . . at
grand opening splash of
Odine's Beauty Salon on
Franklin Road off North-
western Hwy. next to
Franklin Racquet Club .. .
The 10-chair spot is owned
by Michael Rosiu and fian-
cee Lynn Ellen Catts,
neither of whom are oper-
ators, but have a lot of gra-
cious business sense.
Name "Odine" means sea
nymph in French . . . and
sure, there was a pretty las-
sie with mermaid tail . . . cr-
inging as folks ate her
"cousins," the shrimps and
crabmeat.
Hairstyle worn by Lynn is
the newest rage . . . a
throwback from those 20s
flapper days . . . It's one of
the "new" summer "aquatic
waves" styles.
STILL 500 HOMES
short for participants in the
1984 United States Mac-
cabiah Youth Games this
year at Jewish Community
Center on Drake Rd. .. .
Youngsters ranging in age
from 12 to 16 from around
the world will compete .. .
Aug. 19-26 . . . Jay Robin-
son is chairman . . . Barbara
Robinson and Carol
Eisenstadt housing chair-
gals . . . If you can help
(please try) with rooms for
the week, call JCC, 661-
1000, for an application.
CONGRATS . . . to Edee
Moss . . . on her 55th birth-
day (that's correct, not 45)
. . . and Edee is mighty
proud people know that
number.
SOUTHFIELD ARTS
FESTIVAL, '84, coordi-
nated this year by Jean Hol-
lander and Phyllis Jose, is
May 18-20 . . . at Southfield
Civic Center on Evergreen
. . . Friday 6 p.m.-10 p.m.,
Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun-
day 12 noon-6 p.m. . . .
Ethnic food booths, Michi-
gan artists booths (art, pot-
tery, oils, chalk, photog-
raphy, weaving, metals, etc.
for display and sale), chil-
dren's art display, clowns,
hot air balloons, magicians,
dancing, entertainment
during the entire festival
. . . (over 15,000 attended
last year) . . . There's no
charge . . . For more info,
call Jean, 559-0881, or
Phyllis, 355-9282.
FAMILY-STYLE
bar-b-4 beach party for
former Detroiters (ages 30
to 60) living in Miami area
is May 20 . . . For infeFlori-
dians call Shirley Stracher,
932-1569.
MONTE KORN, host of
WXYZ Radio "Money
Talk," is donating all pro-
ceeds from 1984 financial
planning and investment
seminar to public television
Channel 56 . . . Guest lec-
turers will be at Lawrence
Institute of Technology .. .

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Scott, Channel 56, 873-
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DEDICATION CERE-
MONY inaugurating Lil-
lian Plotkin Memorial Fund
recently at Southfield Lat-
hrup High, was touching
tribute to her . . . Norman,
son of Lillian and Marcus
Plotkin, came in from
Evanston, Ill. and presented
check from Mark and their
three children (Norman,
Carrie and Sanford).
Proceeds from the fund go
to the SCAMP program for
learning disabled children
and to the Orchards project
sponsored by . National
Council of Jewish Women
for support of emotionally
disturbed children . . . Fund
was established by South-
field Public Schools of which
Lillian was a much loved,
dedicated and compassion-
ate teacher in special educa-
tion.
30TH REUNION of
Mumford High is set for
Nov. 17 at Kingsley Inn .. .
For info, contact Marcia
Kobaker Kirsch, 559-8673.
GREATER DETROIT
ACCESS Guide published
as public service by Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit
Section, has been an over-
whelming success . . . The
10,000 copies printed were
requested by organizations
and individuals and all
were distributed within
three weeks. •
In response, 5,000 addi-
tional copies have been
printed and are available at
NCJW offices, 16400 W. 12
Mile, Suite 106 . . . Groups
may reserve a copy or copies
by calling NCJW offices,
557-9604.
MAT
VIVONA,
bossman at Father & Son
Home Improvement, com-
peted with firms in 11 states
and won out as 1984 Con-
tractor of the Year for
Region II . . . It's presented
annually by National Asso-
ciation of the Remodeling
Industry.
This year was at 42nd
NARI Convention & Ex-
hibition in Chicago'
Mat's company also re-
ceived one of five regional
awards in the advertising
category . . . with print,
radio and TV conceived by
Harry Goldberg of H. G.
Productions in Birming-
ham.
BEN GLENNER used to
think it was a sissy game
years back . . . He recently
came here from California
to compete in the U.S. Mas-
ters Handball Cham-
pionships at Franklin Rac-
quet Club . . . Ben played in
the 65-year-old bracket.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
DEPT.... Soak new nylon
stockings in ice-cold salt
water in your refrigerator
overnight . . . They'll last
for many more wearings .. .
even double the usual
number.

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