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December 15, 1989 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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benefactors, said
exhibitors prepared for
500 but "the stuff was so
good," the second-helpers
in the crowd closed down
some of the booths.
Leonard Siegal sampled
some of the chocolates
then headed off to the
JCC Men's Health Club
to work off the excess
pounds. Some of the
chocoholics included:
Daryl Bensman, Laura
Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Kollins, Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald
Lorences, Mr. and Mrs.
Graham Orley, Howard
and Pola Friedman,
Mr. and Mrs. Hank
Gluckman, Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Ketais,
Anaruth Bernard,
Susan Moiseev and
Bernice Gershenson.

CANDY LADIES

Evelyn Brant and
Marlene Cucchiara,
employees at Kidz Kloz
in Sugar Tree, have
pockets full of goodies
for the children at the
store, while mom and
dad Chanukah shop. In
Oak Park, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Landau are
preparing to take
donated gifts to the
Oakland County
Children's Village and
Maxey's Boy's Home for
the holidays. They also
gather candy at
Halloween and donate it.

HALL OF FAME

Aaron Krickstein's
championship racquet
brought back fond
memories for present
Hall of Famer Leonard
Brose at the recent
dinner, where Brose was
honored. Brose claims he
beat Krickstein the last
time they played tennis.
Herb Krickstein,
Aaron's father, was quick
to point out that the last
match between Brose
and his son was 10 years
ago, when Aaron was age
12. A rematch has never
been scheduled.

SHERWOOD SENSATION

Sherwood Studios
recently held a grand
opening benefit in their
new 8,000-square-foot

building in West
Bloomfield. All proceeds
at the benefit were
donated to Children's
Hospital. Adrian Ruby,
Sue Carr and Neil
Herman are some of the
designers. Some of the
patrons noting the state-
of-the-art furniture
exhibits included: Hope
Silverman, Bob and
Rena Levy, Sheila and
Mike Morganroth and
Bonnie and Buzz
Garber.



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Young Israel of Oak-
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work on behalf of the
synagogue, Young Israel
Council and Jewish
education. Spotted in the
crowd were Tom Turner,
president of the
Metropolitan Detroit
AFL-CIO, Rabbis
Elimelech Goldberg,
Eliezer Cohen, Reuven
Drucker and Samuel
Prero, along with Rabbi
Efram Sturm of the
National Council of
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The national conference
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Leder, Marjorie
Saulson, Judy Cohen,
Pauline Norman, and
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