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September 25, 1987 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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LIFESTYLES

A Healthy & Happy New Year To All
Our Customers & Friends
Rita, Gloria and All The Girls At

Handbags zeirL Luggage

Applegate Square

Travelers Tower

LET'S PARTY!

Colorful Balloon Bouquets
Party Decorating

PROFILE

Deena Lockman: She's Creating
A World Of Difference

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

SYNAGOGUE: Temple Beth El
ORGANIZATIONS: Anti-Defamation

-0; 16" Balloons
Latest Colors

FOR ANY OR ALL
OCCASIONS!

* Mylar Balloons
* Helium Filled

League of B'nai B'rith (ADL), Junior
League of Birmingham, Quarton P.T.A.
and Hadassah

Jill Margolid<
Mickey Shapiro

FAVORITE BOOK: Cold Sassy Tree by

661-8888

332-7863

Call for Deliveries

Olive Burns

LATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

Co-chairperson of "The World of
Difference," educational task force. The
"World of Difference" is an educational,
national and local multi-media prejudice
reduction program sponsored by ADL,
the Detroit Free Press and WDIV. "We
completed a pilot teacher training of
100 teachers, who use the materials in
the classroom. Our goal is to train 3,000
teachers in the metropolitan Detroit



area."

PHILOSOPHY: "I never believe in being

A Happy and Healthy
New Year

From Alan and Harold
Feldman

and the entire staff.

We want to sincerely thank you
for your past patronage.

stagnant. I always choose commitments
that result in growth and education."

NAME: Deena Lockman
AGE: 37
OCCUPATION: Substitute teacher,

community volunteer

RESIDENCE: Birmingham
FAMILY: Married Stuart Lockman, an

'attorney at Honigman Miller Schwartz
& Cohn, three children.

EDUCATION: Undergraduate and
graduate degrees in education from the
University of Michigan

HOBBIES: Tennis, reading, travel
BACKGROUND: Deena Young LoCkthan

grew up in Detroit and graduated from
Mumford High School. She taught
elementary school in Woodhaven. When
her three children were preschoolers,
'She decided to become a community
volunteer. In addition to volunteering,
she chauffeurs her children to Hebrew,
swimming and piano. She also
participates in a tennis league. Besides
substitute teaching and volunteering at
Quarton School, she is pursuing a
teaching career.

TIDBITS

May the New Year Bring
To All Our Friends
and Family — Health,
Joy, Prosperity
and Everything
Good in Life.

SEYMOUR KAPLAN AND FAMILY
HOWARD NISKAR AND FAMILY
And The Staff

The P.mond People For Over 50 Years

RAN

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1987

30555 SOUTHFIELD 0D.. CONGRESS BLDG.. SUITE 100

(ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF 13 MILE ROAD) SOUTHFIELD. MI

PHONE (313) 645-9200

THE MONDRYS

BETH ACHIM CRUISIN'

Although DIANE and
MITCHELL MONDRY
have been married for
only one year, they are
celebrating their
eleventh year together.
The Mondrys met at
Camp Walden and have
been sweethearts since
age 15. Diane is the
owner of Diane M, a Bir-
mingham boutique with
quality, classic sport-
swear with a fashion
twist. Mitchell is in
management at
Highland Superstores.
Diane grew up in
Chicago, but she knew
that she would eventual-
ly settle in Detroit. "I
knew that when I first
saw Mitchell," says
Diane.

The weather
cooperated, but the
transmission on the boat
broke down for the Beth
Achim Couples Club
Cruise. "I panicked when
the Island Queen boat at
Kensington Metro Park
broke on the day of our
cruise," says DEBBIE
BERNSTEIN. Yachad,
the Beth Achim Couples
Club, still managed to
have a successful party.
The couples went to Ken-
sington anyway for a pic-
nic catered by Bloom's,
and they used the pad-
dleboats. Sharing in the
fun and swatting the
bees were DEBBIE and
MARK BERNSTEIN,
MARTHA and MARK
MORITZ, MARSHA and

RON HARRIS, SANDY
and STEVE FINK,
NAOMI and ROBERT
LEVINE, ELEANOR
and JAMES HACK,
JUDY and GERRY
KELLER and CANDY
and MARK RAFSKY.

FASHIONABLE SCHOLARS

The Fashion Group of
Detroit, Inc. presented a
spectacular fall fashion
show recently at
Fairlane Manor. Presi-
dent SUZY FARBMAN
announced that the
group raised $30,000 for
the scholarship fund. In-
terior designer SUSAN
WINTON FEINBERG
won the ultimate female
dapper dresser award,
receiving diamond ear-

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