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July 01, 1994 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-01

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431trorqhtattt
in Pontiac presents

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ORT Installs
New Officers

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BY

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AND

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T H E D E TRO I T J E WIS H N EWS

"Treat Yourself to a
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SUNDAY BRUNCH
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Adults $11.95
Children $7.95 (6-12) • Under 6 Free

DINNER SERVED DAILY

Mon.-Thurs. 5:00-10:00 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5:00-11:00 p.m.
Sun. 5:00-9:00 p.m.

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and prix fixe Russian feasts
Russian entertainment Fri. & Sat.

ORCHARD MALL • Orchard
5 Lake Rd at Maple

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You could lose things
like extra weight. High
blood pressure. And high
blood cholesterol levels.
The very things that con-
tribute to heart attack and
stroke.
All you have to do is in-
vest wisely at the super-
market.
Buy more in the fresh
produce, pasta, breads
and cereals sections. And
purchase fish, poultry and
lean meats instead of fatty
or processed meats.
Switch to low-fat dairy
products and margarine.
And check the nutritional
listings on food labels.
In short, be selective
about how you play this
market. Because no mat-
ter how much you lose,
you've got a lot to win.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart kV
Association Wy‘

Janet Berman, Arlene Barris and Cindy Franklin of ORT.

W

omen's American ORT
Michigan Region held
its installation lun-
cheon June 23 at Adat
Shalom, with guest speaker Lila
Green. More than 150 guests
attended the event. Cindy
Franklin, outgoing president,
said she is going out of office with
a bang because a new, local ORT
chapter is starting with young
and dynamic women.
Arlene Barris, incoming
president, gave a gracious and
humorous installation speech.
"It's reached a point where I
spend more time with my ORT
friends than my family," she said.
She then chronicled her ORT
history from her first meeting in
a home with no lawn and no
furniture to the national con-
ventions. After her speech, her
husband Bill passed out her new
business cards as Michigan
Region president.
The 1994-1995 elected officers
include: Arlene Barris, Janet
Berman, Sylvia Bernstein,
Gertrude Branin, Irma
Glaser, Sheri Lisagor, Andi
Wolfe, Sandy Stark, Vivian
Zabel and Sarah Feuereisen.
Some of the men who came to the
installation included: Bill Bar-
ris, Donald Barris, Norman
Miller, Harry Ellman and Abe
Berman.

GILDA'S CLUB

Gilda's Club, named for the
late comedienne Gilds Radner,
is a nonprofit psychological sup-
port community for people with
cancer, their families and friends.
Dr. Bill and Florine Mark
Ross will host a friend-raiser re-
ception 5:30-7:30 July 14 at their
home. Tickets are $10.
For information, call Joyce
Kaplan 626-7664.
On Oct. 23, there will be a fam-
ily walk and block party. The
walk is being organized by Ed
and Sue Kozloff. Volunteers are
needed. For information, call 851-
6557.

O.J. AND JUDY

There is more to the O.J.
Simpson story and only The Jew-
ish News has this scoop. While
the world watched O.J. Simpson
flee the police, Richard Kepes,

O.J. Simpson and Judy Kepes.

of Huntington Woods, was
frantically searching his photo
albums for a picture of his wife,
Judy with O.J. The couple met
O.J. and his late wife, Nicole, on
a 1981 vacation in Mexico.
"He seemed like a great guy,"
Mrs. Kepes said.

DINE IN DETROIT

More than 200 guests wore
their favorite bathrobes to a pre-
view party for the DIA exhibit
"Dine in Detroit: Prints from Lo-
cal Collections." Artist Jim
Dine's trademark is a bathrobe.
Guests received prizes for vari-
ous categories. Elaine Pitt wore
the most eccentric robe, while
Beverly Neumann wore the
most sexy one. David Stulberg
received the prize for the most
treasured one, while Babe Fink
wore the most comfortable robe.
Committee co-chaifs of the event
included: Beverly and Ken
Neumann, Hope Palmer,
Dirk Bakker, and Mr. and

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