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April 06, 1990 - Image 58

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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But you are taking care of a parent.

The ideal solution may be a respite care
stay for your parent at Bedford Villa
in Southfield. Choose private or semi-private
accommodations, nursing care or medication
administration if needed, and much more.

• Celebrating 25 years
• Minimum of
serving the community 10 day stays

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The small intimate nursing care and rehabilitation center
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990

COSMO-BLOCH
High Game
Jackie Gibbs
207
Arlene Anbender
201
High Series
Arlene Anbender
527
Jackie Gibbs
518
Lori Rimar
514
Gert Lubetski
506
Bea Kaplan
504
GALILEE MONDAY
High Game
Barbara Geller
200
High Series
Judy Bernstein
515
ISRAEL ALL-CITY
High Series
Sharon Winan
514
CENTENNIAL
High Series
Irene Phillips
561
Laura Roth
503
Edith Kowalsky
500
GALILEE TUESDAY
High Game
Ilene Stone
245
Hallie Serling
235
Risha Rothberger
218-213
High Series
Hallie Serling
586
Rish Rothberg
565
Cidnie Herold
516
Andrea Goldberg
505
GALILEE THURSDAY
High Series
Susan Richards
524
Rozanne Meklir
509
ZEIGER
High Games
Jackie Gibbs
212
Anne Seigel
200
High. Series
Jackie Gibbs
238
Anne Seigel
503

Slomovitz Wins
In BBW Meet

B'nai B'rith Women's Bowl-
ing Association of Metro-
politan Detroit held its 40th
annual bowling tournament
March 17-18 at Thunderbird
Lanes in Troy. The following
were winners:
INDIVIDUAL

All-Events Net
"A" Division - 1. Paula
Slomovitz, 1,080; 2. Karen Mine,
1,024; 3. Cidnie Herold, 1,008.
"B" Division - 1. Debbie
Weisserman, 914; 2. Gail Cohen,
881; 3. Shelley Goldin, 865.
All Events Gross
"A" - 1. Lorrie Abrbmovich,
1,245; 2. Dena Wein, 1,241; 3.
Carolyn Fine, 1,225.
"B" - 1. Elsie Sandler and Sylvia
Furman, 1,221 each; 3. Rhoda
Morks, 1,185.
High Series Net
"A" - 1. Pat Stein, 524; 2. Deb-
bie Dovgin, 509; 3. Norma
Lichtman, 508.
"B" - 1. Evelyn Eisenberg, 464;
2. Rish Rothberger, 453; 3. Ethel
Fine, 443.

High Series Gross
"A" - 1. Andrea Goldberg, 661;
2. Cindy Moss, 645; 3. Myrna
Fisher, 625.
"B" - 1. Rita Lacoff, 610; 2. Anne
Kaufman, 600; 3. Deanna Serling,
591.
High Game Net
"A" - 1. Phyllis Collins, 207; 2.
Marlene Bez, 199; 3. Alice Labes,
198.
"B" - 1. Lila Eisenberg, 191; 2.
Ruth Salan, 172; 3. Jodi Pope and
Emily Rogow, 165 each.
High Game Gross
"A" - 1. Vicki Cohen, 246; 2. Aim
Gallison, 241; 3. Jan Smith, 234.
"B" - 1. Ruth Desmarais, 229; 2.
Sandy Baxter, 221; 3. JoAnn Remer
and Evelyn Taylor, 219 each.

TEAM

High Game
1. Zeiger - Clown Alley, 1,029
(Sue Lawrence, Helene Friedman,
Rhoda Morks, Lois Forman, Jackie
Gibbs).
2. Galilee - The W.O.Wfs, 1,021.
3. Cosmo/Block - The Optimists,
1,020.
All Events
1. Galilee - Katie's Ladies, 5,955
(Rosalie Stein, Dena Wein, Debbie
Wein, Marian Guttman, Debbie
Weisserman).
2. MGM - Heart To Beat, 5,905.
3. MGM - So Happy Together,
5,822.

Nazareth Arabs
Win Big Pool

Tel Aviv (JTA) - Two
Christian Arab brothers-in-
law from Nazareth became
instant millionaires recent-
ly.
They won the $2.5 million
jackpot in the weekly soccer
pool in late February by
guessing correctly the
winners of all 14 games.
The sum was the second
largest ever paid out by the
state- run Payis Lottery.
The winners, who asked
that their names not be
published, are a 30-year-old
newly married hotel
employee and his 24-year-
old brother-in-law, who
works in a carwash. Both
said they intend to keep
their jobs.
The men invested some
$15 between them to com-
plete the 10- column lottery
form. The top prize usually
amounts to about $500,000,
but grew because there were
no winners in earlier weeks.

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Jewish War Vets'
Bowling Results

March 28, 1990

High Games
Edward Burg
Albert Fagenson
Nathan Barman
Robert Thsser
Mark Godman
High Series
Edward Burg

237
211
202
202
200

615

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