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August 24, 1990 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-24

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SPOTLIGHT

You are cordially invited to
one of Royal Oak's newest eateries.
Experience West Coast sophistication
without the pretention.

ORT Features

restaurant

Israeli Fashions

Featuring:
Homemade breads, chargrilled specialties, fresh
seafood, sandwiches, salads & irresistible desserts.
Present this invitation to your waitperson for

10%

OFF YOUR GUEST CHECK

(excluding alcoholic beverages)
112 east third street royal oak 398-2777
2 blocks south of l l mile, 1/2 block east of main

ON WOODWARD

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

F

ashions designed in
Israel and France from
ORT schools were
featured at the donor lun-
cheon on Aug. 15 at the
home of Sharon Shaffer.
Paula Glazier, president,
Cindy Franklin, chairman
of the executive committee,
and Maxine Rotenberg,
region donor chairman,
greeted the 90 guests.
After the luncheon, donors
were treated to a fashion
show by designers attending
ORT schools. Organization
for Rehabilitation through
Training schools in Israel
provide students with the
state-of-the-art technology to

Presents

JEAN

StAR BAND

Mursday-Friday-Saturday

4,0- 9pm Dinner Show
cV° lipm Late Show - Dancing
"1-
Dinner Starts at 6pm

Reservations Suggested for Groups of 5 or More

964-3200

Red carpet Valet Parking At Door
630 Woodward-3 Blks N. of Jefferson
(Across from NB!))

The

NVCalDIC tiM8t

RESTAURANT

Welcomes You To Good Eating

An affectionately restored Victorian house is the setting
for an expanded restaurant/catering service & private di-
ing. Arrange a special catered occasion or meeting or
reserve the charming dining room for a private party. In-
formal lunches available from the daily fare.

Th

jvI6v'eab
- le
ca

RESTAURANT

Open For
Lunch & Dinner
Serving

AUTHENTIC

Thai Food
and
Cocktails

Lunch: Tuesday — Friday
11:30-2:00
Dinner: Tuesday — Saturday

6:00_9:30

326 W. Liberty • Ann Arbor • 663-3278

Bangkok
Club

11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs. • 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fri. & Sat.

I OPEN SUNDAY 5 p.m TO 10 p.m.

29269 Southfield Road north of 12 Mile
In The Southfield Commons

84

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1990

569-1400

Diane Tobin in a linen jacket.

master their craft in fashion
designing.
All the fashion show
models were ORT members.
Maxine Rotenberg began
the show modeling a color-
ful, flowered cotton outfit.
Dana Burnstein looked
great in an emerald green
riding suit. Israeli leathers
were supple and soft. Sadie
Bialock wore a royal blue
leather skirt and jacket,
while Mary Lee Fishman
modeled a black leather suit.
Shirley Saltsman, an at-
torney, rushed from the
courtroom to the luncheon to
be a model. She noted that
the blue empire dress she
was modeling was similar to
a Carolyn Roehm design re-
cently featured in the New
York Times . Diane Tobin
wore a chiffon skirt with
linen jacket, while Ronni
Tischler was brave enough
to model an exotic, purple
outfit with a sequined and

Dana Burnstein, Paula Glazier, Sharon Schaffer, Maxine Rotenberg and
Cindy Franklin.

feathered head ornament
which could have been in-
spired by the Arabian
Nights.
Sherri Smith was part of
the finale in a romantic, em-
broidered white satin wed-
ding gown. Many members
snapped pictures and Sherri
noted that her mom will be
surprised if she sees her in a
wedding dress.
The next ORT event prom-
ises to be equally exciting.
The paid-up membership
luncheon on Thursday, Sept.
6, at Adat Shalom Syn-
agogue features boutique
shopping and a Leah Marks
fashion production.

Shelter (COTS) on Peterboro
in Detroit. The Jewish
Community Council linked
up the volunteers with
COTS. Some of the others

HELPING HANDS
Charlotte Edelheit, a
Jewish Community Council
board member and past pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Women,
was part of a group of women

Sherri Smith in a wedding dress.

who helped the homeless in-
cluded: Jeanette Pomish,
Gloria Michalson, Sally
Farber, Rita Weston,
Florence Karabenik,
Sophie Aronovitz and
Alice Kaplan.

Shirley Saltsman in an empire
dress.

who served lunch to 130
homeless people at the Co-
alition on Temporary

THINK TWICE
Think Twice, a suburban
Detroit hands-on volunteer
group comprised of hundreds
of young professionals, is
targeting Detroit's New
Center area for its Sept. 6
fund-raiser to be held at the
Birmingham Community
House at 7:30p.m.
The recently formed group,
founded by . attorney Jim
Bellinson, is raising money
to renovate an apartment
building which serves as
transitional housing for
homeless families. Among
the board members are:

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