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April 01, 1988 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1988

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Fast-Paced Theme
Keeps Models Moving

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

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t could be a dog stealing
the scene walking down
the runway or whatever
. . . but there's always
something out of the ordinary
at a Leah Marks Fashion
Show.
This time, the one for
Women of Maimonides
Medical Society had her
models getting in trim while
going through paces along
the huge Adat Shalom run-
way. . . . The gals loved every
minute of the jogging and ex-
ercising as they displayed
wares of Studio, Studio
Dancewear and Tout's Tennis
Shop . . . the latter while
wielding extra large racquets
I can sure use to swat some of
those elusive balls.
Over 500 gals had a typical-
ly fine luncheon prepared by
Sarah, Jeff and Al Rosenberg
. . . after milling around the
many boutiques since 10 a.m.
Marci (Rose) Schulman was
never better as she sang Star
Spangled Banner and
Hatikvah in her beautiful
operatic voice.
The show was very well pac-
ed with a fine musical
background beat that set an
excellent tempo.
Each store and service was
recognized in slides . . . and
then kaleidescope patterns on
the backdrop as models in
leotards wearing elegant
John Darakjian jewelry on
hands and around necks .. .
plus impressively having wat-
ches strapped around their
belts.
Then flashing colored lights
. . . and the Maimonides
lassies "making their picks"
as four handsome male
models came out in shorts
from David R mens store and
resuming their selections
when the guys returned wear-
ing sharply-styled suits and
sportjackets.
The dresses of Cocktails
must have made the models
feel like queens . . . so elegant
and stylish.
Smoke came from top and
bottom . . . highly impressive
as the models walked.
Those very good valet
gentlemen outside Adat
Shalom averted a "traffic
jam" as they got the cars in a
hurry . . . and many of the
Maimonides women no doubt
were asking, "Wonder what
Leah Marks will think of
next?"
OKAY, it's time for grand-
parents to get into the act .. .
And so, for the first time, Oak

Park's Dept. of Recreation
will have a Grand-
parent/Grandchild Spring
Fling Dance . . . April 10, 3:30
to 5 p.m. at the O.P. Com-
munity Center on Oak Park
Blvd. . . . For info, call one of
the program directors, Sol
Cohen, who'll emcee for dan-
cing, 545-6400.
CONGRATS. ... to Ger-
trude Milstein . . . on her
60th birthday . . . She now
lives with hubby Leonard in
Las Vegas.
SONDRA BERLIN, co-
owner and secretary-
treasurer of Weight Watchers,
Inc. locally, is being honored
April 17 at Somerset Mall by
Friends of Kaplan Medical
- Center.
The expected glittering
dinner-dance will also have
on hand Israeli Dr. Zvi Bent-
wich of the Kaplan Medical
Research Division, whose
work in the fight against
AIDS is world noted . . . The
Ruth Ben Ari Institute of
Clinical Immunology at
Kaplan Hospital which he
heads is the first and largest
center in Israel devoted to
AIDS research . . . For tickets
to the benefit, call Barbara
Cohen, 967-4720.
CONGRATS. ... to Mary
and Paul Singerman . . . on
their 50th anniversary .. .
celebrated with family and
friends.
DON'T FORGET this
Monday morning . . . 5:30
a.m. to 10:30 a.m. . . . That's
when Jay Roberts begins his
new post at CKLW Radio
(800AM) for what should be a
very interesting new life style
beginning after almost 30
years doing his overnight
radio show on WJR.

THE 80TH BIRTHDAY

party recently held for Lillian
Weinger was in the home of
her daughter and son-in-law,
Diane and Richard Van
Washnova . . . attended by
sons Morton and Harold We-
inger, nieces Elaine Wayman
and Selma Kleinberg, family
and friends.
SAM GOLDSMITH,
former Oak Parker with wife
Arlene until 1984, was
recently re-elected to the
City Council of Coconut
Creek, Fla. . . . where he is
now the mayor . . . Coconut
Creek has a population of
30,000
MORRY STEINER (Mar-
tin Luther Van Steiner),
former Detroiter now living
in Delray Beach, Fla., was
recently inducted into the Na-
tional Writers Club and is
working on the first of five
books.

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