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May 13, 1988 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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• Choice of Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Screwdriver or Juice
• Fruit Cup
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• Sorbet
• Entree — Choice of Five Weekly Changing Selections
• Dessert
$795 Children 8 and under
$ 2 95 Adults

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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1988

These Local Models
Shamed Professionals

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

T

heir day under the
lights . . . drinking in
the applause and mak-
ing the most of each short
moment.
These were the local per-
sonality gals who joined
regular Leah Marks models
. . . at recent opening of Israel
Trade Week in Tel-12 Mall .. .
and also inaugura',ing the
sister state agreement bet-
ween Michigan and State of
Israel.
And the lassies were good
. . . darned good . . . So much
so that if folks didn't know
better, they'd have been ap-
plauded as part of the show
models.
Sheri Brown, Linda
Goldman, Reva Kogan, Linda
Lutz, Florine Mark Ross,
Marilyn Rubin and Shelly
Tauber.
The troopers with their
winning smiles, crowd-
pleasing antics (like Florine
raising an arm straight out in
gracious flair) were big hits
. . . Too bad Marilyn Barnett,
Sheila Sloan and Susan
Sosnick weren't able to join
them . . . The girls had fun do-
ing their modeling thing .. .
and it was fun watching
them.
It was also Marlene Bor-
man's birthday . . . She and
hubby Paul were
chairpersons.
If any of the fem per-
sonalities who strutted the
1b1-12 runway want to earn
some extra pocket money,
they could have a new career
as model strutters under the
kleig lights . . . Only one pro-
blem . . . the regular models
might put up a squawk about
their jobs being in jeopardy.
GET WELL WISHES ...
to Ernie Solomon . . . That "I
Love Ernie" button worn by
Marc Sonne was also on the
blouses of a lot of Ernie's floor
nurses at Henry Ford
Hospital . . . Lindsay Nelson
created them.
LESLIE GREENBLATT,
former Detroiter now living
in Washington, D.C., was
recently chosen as one of 16
outstanding educators of the
Prince George's County
Public Schools . . . from a
group of 7,000 teachers .. .
Leslie was nominated by
fellow workers, students and
community teachers . . . quite
an honor . . . He'll receive his
award during the annual
employees recognition dinner
May 18 . . . Those who know
Leslie can write contgrats to

him at Prince George's Coun-
ty Public Schools, 14201
School Lane, Upper Marlboro,
Maryland 20772.
CONGRATS. ... to Eddie
Kasmer . . . on his 67th birth-
day . . . to Brian Goldstein .. .
on his 20th birthday . . . to
Leslie Rubin . . . on her 16th
birthday . . . and time to get
that driver's license for
careful behind-the-wheel
sojourns.
SOPHIE GREENBLATT
started off the year with a bir-
thday bonanza . . . six during
January . . . brother Harry
Greenblatt, niece Beverly
Hordes (Howard), great
nephew Eric Baron, nephew
Gary Brown and his wife
Nancy, and also getting into
the act was Sophie herself,
who is home after a month's
stay at Providence Hospital.
MAYOR CHARLOTTE
Rothstein of Oak Park recent-
ly sold ice cream and directed
tourists at Walt Disney World
in Forida . . . Because of her
efforts, Mickey Mouse gave

Lugging home a
very large check.

Charlotte $1,000 for her city's
programs . . . She was at a
U.S. Conference of Mayors
meeting and signed up along
with other mayors.
Walt Disney World paid air
fares for both she and hubby
Ben, plus accommodations for
three days . . . In return,
Charlotte had to work one
day.
It was fun . . . hardest part
was bringing the check home
. . . The larger-than-life
reproduction wasn't designed
for airplane carry-on luggage
specifications, so Charlotte
and Ben cut it up and put the
check back together again
when they got home.
JACKIE NAGEL,
daughter of Clara and the
late William Brooks, was
selected by its board of direc-
tors and inducted into "Who's
Who of the Midwest" . . .
Jackie was chosen for the
honor because of success in
the business world as director
of U.S. Sprint -Communica-
tions plus her charitable
contributions.
BIG SPRING BALL by
B'nai B'rith and B'nai B'rith
Women is this Sunday, 7:30
p.m., at Ramada Inn on
Telegraph . . . The Loving
Cup will supply music for
listening and dancing.
IDA OLSON'S poem, "A
Tribute lb Israel," is the
localite's inspiration on their
simultaneous birthdays.

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