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June 16, 1989 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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What's Goin' On
at

Harmon"?
House

uncle, Kurt and Ruth West. In
spite of the language barriers,
she was graduated with
honors from Cooley High
School in 1947.
She met Warren Colville on
a blind date, and in 1948 they
married. She worked at her
uncle's store, West Wee
Moderns for a few years.
While raising her children,
she volunteered at Children's

She met Warren
Colville on a blind
date, and in 1948
they married.

Hospital of Michigan in many
departments. She also helped
with perinatal coaching at
Oakland Family Services
from 1981-1986. "I always
wanted to be a nurse," she
said.
For her community work,
she has received many awards
including the Detroit City
Council Testimonial Resolu-
tion, the Booker T.
Washington Brotherhood
award and most recently the
Variety Club award.

TIDBITS

ROAD RALLY

Huntington Hill ORT held
its first photo scavenger
hunt road rally. Some of
the people taking snapshots
and collecting items
included: Andrea and
Tom Solomon, Sandy and
David Kirsch, Gail and
Allen Cohen, Phyllis and
Dan Kramer, Gretchen
and Arlan Levitan and
Marla and Andrew
Moiseev.

TZEDAKAH BIRTHDAY

Oak Parker Miriam Lewis
recently had a charitable
11th birthday. All her
guests were invited for fun,
but were instructed to
bring no gifts — just
contributions for Ethiopian
Jews. Some of the children
who attended included:
Ben Ellis, Kevin Grant,
Kevin Schwartz, Shayna
Loss, Shawna Salinger
and Frankie Berg. Miriam
first learned about the
plight of Ethiopian Jews
when her parents, Bobbi
and Joe, housed a guest

speaker for the synagogue
on that subject.

FALL FORECAST

Vogue magazine recently
sponsored a luncheon for
The Fashion Group at the
Ritz Carlton. Peggy
Daitch and Beverly
Purcell were from Vogue,
while Peter Levin was
there on behalf of Cadillac,
who allowed a member to
draw for the use of an
Allante for a week. Some of
the fall styles include
luxurious fabrics, animal
prints, fabulous coats and
short hair. Harriet
Dunsky, Gloria Cohen
and Diane Soloman were
in the crowd listening.

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CELEBRITY PARTIES

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Some recent b'nai/b'not
mitzvah included best
wishes from a host of
celebrities. Jared Miller,
son of Larry and Carole
Miller, recently received
best wishes from Bill
Bonds on a videotape that
was spliced together with
old family movies. Bonnie
Dock, daugther of Beverly
and Bob Dock, received
letters from Ronald and
Nancy Reagan, Gov. Jim
Blanchard, Linda Evans
and others. The real stars
are Jared and Bonnie.
Jared is a nationally
ranked tennis player, and
Bonnie will attend the
School of American Ballet
in New York for the
summer.

BOND DINNER

Judges from all levels of
the justice system, lawyers
and friends turned out
recently to honor Judges
Norma Lippitt and Hilda
Gage at a dinner on behalf
of Israel Bonds. More than
$440,000 in Israel Bonds
subscriptions were
purchased at the dinner.
Among those attending
were: Probate Court Judge
and Mrs. Barry Grant,
Arnold Podolsky, Judges
Susan Moiseev and Brian
Levy, attorneys Marcia
Ross and Richard
Partrich, and guests
Jonathan Brateman,
Marla Parker and
Cynthia Mandelbaum.



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WE TAKE EXCEPTION
TO WHAT YOUR
MOTHER TAUGHT
YOU.

Love,
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YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
EVERYTHING PUT IN
FRONT OF YOU.

You should avoid foods high in
cholesterol. It's a fact, a high
blood cholesterol level sub-
stantially increases your
chances of developing heart
disease. By cutting down on
fatty, rich foods, you can do
yourself a big favor. You could
lower your blood cholesterol
level and reduce your risk of
heart disease.

For more information about a
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contact your American Heart
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