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August 25, 1989 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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and marketing the City of
Detroit. Edison has been
responsible for bringing more
international business into
the city. Since the success of
filming Presumed Innocent,
she is now negotiating with
two other studios producing
major films. She believes that
films have the potential to
help the image of Detroit and
boost the economy.
Edison lives downtown in
an apartment with a view of
the Detroit River and Wind-
sor. She enjoys living and
socializing downtown, but
would prefer a more active
Jewish community in her
neighborhood.

TIDBITS

MS SAIL

Alvin Wagner graciously
donated his boat Brownies
III for an evening cruise to
benefit multiple sclerosis
hosted by Ray and
Barbara Horenstein and
Geraldine Granet. Some
of the MS supporters on the
cruise from the Jefferson
Beach Marina to downtown
Detroit included: Hy and
Esther Horenstein,
Shirley and George
Agree, Bob and Lois
Benson, Harriet and
Fred Rosen, Jeff and
Linda Cole, Bill and Liz
LaKritz and Marion and
David Grant. The
Horensteins plan to host
another MS fundraiser next
year on Wagner's new boat
being built in Sweden.

COUTURE COLLECTOR

Fashion historian Sandy
Schreier has it all. That's
part of the title of an
article in the September
issue of Architectural Digest
about Sandy and her
fabulous couture collection.
Sandy keeps stellar
company in Detroit and in
the magazine with other
fashion giants like Adolfo,
Bob Mackie, Gianfranco
Ferre, Carolyne Roehm,
Claude Montana and
others.

INTERNATIONAL SOIREE

Music, dancing and an
auction of fine wines will
highlight the Temple Israel
International Soiree on
Saturday at 7:30 p.m. In
addition to the wines,

patrons can munch on
luscious cuisine from
several restaurants. Some
of the people planning the
event include: Barbara
and Steve Gutman,
Sherri and Mort Stern,
Linda and Stan Beltzman
and Richard and Sherry
Gershenson.

LUNCH AND LEARN

Young Israel of Oak-Woods
hosted Rabbi Alon Tolwin
of Aleynu, the Partnership
for Jewish Education, at
the synagogue's most recent
lunch and learn. Among
the guests were Rabbi
Tolwin's six children and
his wife, Aviva; Rabbi
Eliezer Cohen and his
wife, Aviva; Hy and
Delotes Brown; and Dave
and Lottie Tanzman.
Tanzman, who works with
the Michigan Department
of Labor, had his own
festivities that day: he
celebrated his 70th
birthday. E

I LOCAL NEWS

Immi

Scrabble Tourney
To Benefit MDA

Scrabble players, local and
from around the country, will
compete in a Labor Day
Marathon tournament for the
Muscular Dystrophy
Association.
Organized through the ef-
forts of Gary Moss, director of
Scrabble Players Club 350
and recent intradivisional
winner in the 1989 National
Scrabble Iburnament in New
York City, this 24-games-
in-24-hours marathon will
test the stamina of word
mavens and aficionados. The
public is welcome to join the
competition at the Southfield
Hotel and Conference Center.
For information, call the
Scrabble Club 360-0140. The
marathon will begin at 5 p.m.
on Sept. 3 and conclude at
5 p.m. Sept. 4.

Holocaust Center
To Wain Guides

.

The Holocaust Memorial
Center, West Bloomfield, will
open a new guide training
session in September.
Volunteers who wish to train
as docents and join the task of
educating visitors about the
Holocaust are needed. For in-
formation, call 661-0840.

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