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April 21, 1989 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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WE ARE NOW OPEN
"SHOE REVIEW"

(Formerly BAGS 'N THINGS)
Jack & Carol Cohen

TIDBITS

YOUNG ADULTS

The Young Adult Division
(YAD) of the Jewish Welfare
Federation recently held a
social dinner dance at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club.
The event drew more than
275 people, who dined and
danced the night. away.
Spotted in the crowd:
David Victor, Suzi
Alterman, Mark Milgrom,
Laurie Frankel, Gilbert
Borman, Stuart and
Hilary Borman, Dennis
and Hadas Bernard, Jan
Jacobs, Brian Kepes,
Paul and Leslie Magy,
Elaine Ganz and Judy
Appel.

BOW WOW
The annual Bow Wow Ball
benefiting the Michigan
Humane Society was such a
huge success with more
than 1,000 patrons
attending that Lori Grey
is already working on next
year's event. Some of the
1989 patrons included:
Sydell and Doug
Schubot, Rick Silverman,
Rolla and Brod Donner,
Loretta and Seymour
Ziegelman, Henry
Baskin, Irvn Bloch,
Cindy and Mickey Grey.

WE ARE UP THE ROAD AT
"CROSSWINDS MALL"

by "The Great Pretenders"
who impersonated Elvis
Presley, Dolly Parton,
Diana Ross, Neil
Diamond, etc. Some of the
committee members
include: Bobbi Charnas,
Brenda Worth, Elaine
Sturman, Carol Israel,
Lee Ann Salle, Deena
Lockman and Faye
Goldman. The Elvis
Presley impersonater chose
Renda Hertz, Rabbi
Richard Hertz's wife, from
the audience and gave her
a private seranade. ❑

(Orchard Lake & Lone Pine Rds.)

SHOE REVIEW

Crosswinds Mall
4301 Orchard Lake Rd.
W. Bloomfield, Mich. 48033
855-8355

Brown Fund
Hosts Lecture

Specializing in
handmade & handpainted
100% cotton clothing

Dr. Lawrence Harkless,
clinical professor at the
University of Texas Health
Science Center, will present
the second annual Esther
Brown Lecture in Geriatric
Podiatry on May 10 at Bor-
man Hall — Jewish Home for
Aged.

HILLEL PLAY

The Hillel Day School
graduating class of 1989 is
rehearsing the play Annie
for opening night May 7
and the in-school
performance May 8.
Directors Sharon
Schwartz and Robin Lash
think the cast and crew
members are terrific. liana
Rosenbaum, Lori
Schram, Jennifer Bleyer,
Randy Leff, Jeff
Friedman, Sharone
Shamir, Jon Koenigsberg,
David Lefowitz, Eric
Roth are working hard.
David Lefkowitz even
recruited his grandfather,
Julian Lefkowitz, to help
with the set design. One
sure scene stealer will be
the performance of Goldie,
the dog of Larry and
Sharon Schwartz.

SPRING HAPPENING

Temple Beth El's sisterhood
recently hosted their spring
happening event with a
luncheon and performance

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643 N. Mill in Old Village
Plymouth
451.0606

HOURS: 10-6



Dr. Lawrence Harkless

His address, "Geriatric
Podiatry and the Diabetic," is
sponsored by the Esther
Brown Fund, which was
established in 1988 within
the LeVine Institute on Aging
to promote research and educ-
tion in the area of geriatric
podiatry.
Dr. Harkless is chairman of
the American Diabetes
Association's Council on Foot-
care and serves on the
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Council of the National Coun-
cil on the Aging.
While at the Home, Dr.
Harkless will speak at a lun-
cheon to health care profes-
sionals, then at a workshop •
for individuals working with
the aging in other disciplines.
There is no charge. For infor-
mation, call Carol Ker-
mavner, 532-7112.

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WISHING YOU AND YOURS
A VERY HAPPY AND HEALTHY
PASSOVER

GLASSMAN OLDSISAAB

28000 Telegraph

Southfield

354-3300

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 83

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