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June 19, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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PARTY ❑ PARTY

PARTY 111 PARTY ❑ PARTY 111 PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑

PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑

ynagogues

Paaa5U5
Lighting and Stage Equipment Inc.

• Design
• Installation

• Rentals
• Sales

Aerial Bucket Trucks
Audio Systems
Back Drops
Blacklights
Bubble Machines
Carpeting
Curtains
Custom Drapery
Design Service
Dimming Systems
Disco Lighting Effect
Follow Spots
Fog Machines

Fork Lifts
Generators
Intercom Systems
Light Bulbs
Lighting Fixtures
Lighting Towers
Lasers
Mirror Balls
Mirror Panels
Mylar Drapes
Neon Lighting
Police Beacons
Power Distribution

Risers, Ropes & Stanchions
Runways
Scaffolding
Search Lights
Snow Machines
Sound Systems
Special Effects
Stages
Strobelights
Temporary Plumbing
Tent Lighting
Wireless Mikes
And so much more .. .

20570 W. 8 Mile • 2 blocks W. of Evergreen • Southfield
EDDIE KOHEN
363-6130
DAVID GROSSMAN
Visit our modern 11,000 sq. ft. showroom and warehouse

AO'

Weee eeptemt
& Vele

'Specializing in Gift Baskets

and
Party kays

We carry a full selection of domestic and imported
wines. Let us help you in making that Wedding,
Anniversary, Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Birthday a
special one.

At The Wine Baron
"Your satisfaction is our guarantee"

IN ROBIN'S NEST
7435 Orchard Lake Rd.

L P-30 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

W. Bloomfield, MI
626-5686

Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses

5075 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield
851-6880

Inspiring sanctuary, spacious
foyer, two social halls sized to
suit your party from 40 to
400. Two bridal rooms and
two sanctuaries. In-house
caterer.

PARTY j rI PARTY ❑

remodeled bride's room,
reception lobby.

Congregation B'nai David

24350 Southfield .Road
Southfield

Ballroom for 50-100 people
— ideal for showers. Main
ballroom for 350 peple with
dancing. Organizational din-
ners for 500 people. Ample,
easy, safe parking. Bridal
and check rooms. In-house
caterer. Lots of extras. Call
Bea, 557-8210.

Congregation Beth Shalom

Temple Emanu-EI

14601 W. Lincoln
Oak Park, MI 48237
547-7970

14450 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park, MI 48237
967-4020

Versatile facilities for all func-
tions to serve any size group,
simple to elegant. Beautiful
sanctuary with adjacent
social hall (can be sized to
meet your needs) featuring
stage, p.a. system, piano.
Full-service kitchen for
qualified kosher catering, in-
timate chapel, meeting
rooms seat up to 60, newly

Wouldn't you like your next
simcha to be surrounded by
beauty? Our sanctuary is
remodeled with high ceiling,
sky lighting and lovely
greenery. The social hall has
a warm atmosphere, perfect
for dining, dancing or a stage
show. Our friendly staff is
eager to assist you, call
Shirley Gross, 9674020.

Simple Safety Tips
For Summer Barbeques

When it's hot and you're
hungry, what do you do? You
barbecue. That's the answer for
millions of Americans on
steamy summer nights and
weekends, but unfortunately,
such feasts can be ruined by
barbecuers who don't know or
ignore some very basic fire safe-
ty rules.
But barbequing need not be
a hazardous summer chore if
the backyard or outdoor chef
remembers these simple safety
tips:
• Select a good location for
barbequing. Don't place a grill
too close to walls or other ob-
jects or underneath overhang-
ing tree branches or lawn
umbrellas.
• Allow for proper ventila-
tion, especially if you are cook-
ing outdoors or on a hibachi.
Burning charcoal produces tox-
ic gases that can be lethal in ex-
cessive doses.
• Don't use flammable liquids
other than special charcoal
lighting fluids to soak briquet-
tes when using a charcoal grill.
After the lighting fluid has
been absorbed, stand well back
when lighting the briquettes.
And once the coals are burning,
never — under any cir-
cumstances — add additional
lighting fluid. The heat can ig-
nite the lighting fluid and
follow the spray right up to the
can, causing it to explode in
your hands.
• Be careful when using gas
or electric grills. Be sure to read
all the instructions thoroughly
before lighting the grill. Be
sure to check that parts of the
gas and electrical wires are
kept away from the heat
becasue the wires could melt or
burn and present a major fire
hazard or gas fire.
• Never burn paper or fabric
in the grill. These materials
produce tiny floating embers

that may ignite nearby objects.
• Don't wear loose and frilly
clothing while barbecuing.
• The cooking process also re-
quires some special attention to
details. For example, be certain
that all children and pets are
kept away from barbecue grills.
Children may unknowingly
touch the burning-hot grill, and
dogs and cats can knock a grill
over and be severely burned by
the coals.
•Make sure to use the proper
utensils (long-handled tongs,
forks and spatulas), and
remember not to leave food on
the grill unattended, even for a
moment.
Once the barbecue is over,
snuff out the fire or turn off the
heat properly. With a charcoal
grill, allow plenty of time for
the coals to cool off before even
attempting to water them down
or dump them. Once the coals
have cooled sufficiently, drench
them with water, stir the soak-
ed ashes and smother them
with dirt or sand.
With a gas grill, turn off the
gas valve and store the gas
tank in a cool, dry place. With
electric grills, be sure to unplug
them. And if using extension
cords, be sure to use the
outdoor-rated grades only.

Chocolate Keeps
Congress on Go!

Washington, D.C. — Accor-
ding to a recent survey, the days
of three martini lunches in
Washington are gone! What
keeps members of the U.S. Con-
gress and their staffs revved up
these days is chocolate. The
study, conducted by Karina
Chocolate, indicates that 84% of
all members of Congress
surveyed love chocolate. Only
10% of the 535 members
surveyed did not like chocolate.

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