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June 14, 1991 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-14

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SPOTLIGHT

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GRAND OPENING

Halsted Village
37580 W. 12 Mile
Farmington Hills, Ml
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GREENFIELD
15647 West Nine Mile
Southfield, MI
569-5229

12 1/2 MILE - 8(
SOUTHFIELD RD.
29728 Southfield, MI
559-6429

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Salad

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Troy, MI
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Coney
Island
with
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Salad

4 40 $4 29 $3.55

All coupons are good until 6/30/91
Special are good with coupon only

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

BETWEEN 13 & 14 ON
ORCHARD LAKE RD.
30985 Orchard Lk. Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI
697-0000

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Jewish Home Auxiliary
Hosts Installation

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Livonia, MI
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1991

OPEN 7 DAYS 7 a.m.-10 p.m.

BREAKFAST•LUNCH•DINNER

544-7933

he Jewish Home for
Aged Auxiliary held
its 66th annual in-
stallation at Adat Shalom
Synagogue on June 6 with
entertainment by cantorial
soloist Marci Shulman
and pianist Zina Shaykhet
"We hope to activate
everyone who sits on our
board this year," said in-
coming President Pearlena
Bodzin. "We will continue
to give quality care, love and
attention to our residents,"
she said.
The auxiliary raises funds
for several resident pro-
grams including bingo, bir-
thday gifts, flowers on holi-
days and special needs such
as curtains and a large-
screen television.
Program Vice President

Kathleen Wilson-Fink
says the auxiliary is work-
ing on several fund-raising
activities including a possi-
ble mother-daughter fash-
ion show and another flower
sale.
Some of the auxiliary
members at the installation
included: Hannah Moss,
Mary Tarnow, Geri
Margolis, Carolyn Marks,
Sheri Traison, Rosie
Schlussel, Ilene Nemer.
Past President Bea
Breiner and Director of
Community Relations and
Development Carol
Rosenberg attended the
program.
Alan Funk, executive
vice-president, stated, "The
auxiliary enhances the
quality of life for the people
who reside here."

LEUKEMIA
FOUNDATON
The Children's Leukemia
Foundation held a gourmet
dinner and jazz benefit at
Stage & Co. on June 3.
Sarah and Irving Pitt
were honored by the founda-
tion for their continued sup-
port. Chef Brian Polcyn of
Pike Street Restaurant pro-
vided the gourmet dining,
while Ortheia Barnes and
Silk Tye added the enter-
tainment.
Sylvia and Harry
Brown are charter members
of the organization, which
formed in 1952. "When we
lost a child to the disease, we
wanted to do something,"
said Mrs. Brown. Mrs.
Brown explained that when
her daughter was diagnosed

Carol Rosenberg, Zina Shayket and Pearlena Bodzin rehearse before the
Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary installation.

she didn't even know what
leukemia was, and there was
no support group.

Harriet and Jack Gold-
berg are another active
couple who lost a child to
leukemia. One way they
support the Children's
Leukemia Foundation is by
dedicating a booth to a
patron at their restaurant,

Jack and Harriet Goldberg

Stage & Co., for a $5,000 do-
nation.
Today the Children's
Leukemia Foundation pro-
vides support services, com-
munity education and
medical research. The foun-
dation helps families cope
with the disease, provides
educational instruction and
offers grants and fellowships
to physicians.
Some of the supporters in-
clude: Sharyn and Alan

Cornfield, Jan and Larry
Freedman, Brenda and
Steve Glickman, Sheila
and Barry Levine and
Margie and Bob Mellen.

WELLNESS EVENT

The Wellness Networks,
Inc., a non-profit volunteer

agency for AIDS support,
will host a polo benefit June
23 at the Detroit Polo Club in
Milford. The honorary chair-
person is Lainie Kazan.
Highlighting the event is a
champagne luncheon created
by Allen & Draus and
Duglass Duglass. For reserva-
tions and additional informa-
tion call Barbara Murray at
547-3783.

AMERICAN-ISRAEL
CHAMBER DINNER
George Herrera, Masco
Corp.'s international sales
director, was honored with a
trade award from the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce last week.
The tribute to Mr. Herrera
follows his involvement in
increasing his company's
sales with Israel in the past
two years. Mr. Herrera has
been actively seeking new
business ventures with
Israel ever since his first
visit there on a Chamber
mission two years ago.
Speaking at the event was
Heinz Prechter, chairman
and chief executive director
for ASC Inc. Spotted in the
crowd were: New York
Times Bureau Chief Doron
Levin; Mona Gubow, of the
Michigan Department of
Commerce; Matthew
Marko, international vice
president for Core In-
dustries; Scott Eisenberg,
vice president for Onset
BIDCO Inc.; American-
Israel Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Director
Shelly Jackier and her
husband, attorney Larry
Jackier; Dr. Pam Herrera,
wife of Mr. Herrera; and
Honigman Miller attorneys
Frank Mamat, Mark

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