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April 11, 2003 - Image 88

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-11

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BOWLING SCORES from page 87

"Serious Israeli Wines for


Bowling Scores


APRIL 2003

An artisan winery procucing
modern, European-stylec
varietal wines possessing
elegance, ceoth, fruit
anc sophistication.


Located in Israel's northern
Galilee, the Recanati Winery
is a showcase winemaking
facility, ecuioped with the
most innovative technology
available today.

country [Israel]."
...some of the best, most internationally-styled wines from the WINE

Recancrti wines are Kosher for Passover, Enjoy Recanati with your family and friends this Holiday.

This spring, a trip to Israel
should pull your heartshirgs,
not your purse stringsā€¢

Fly to Israel on EL AL between May 6 and June 18, 2003. Save up to 40%
with these special low roundtrip airfares.


Price for
one ticket*


Bring a companion,
each pays






Los Angeles




*Children ages 2-12 pay 75%. For more information, call your travel agent
or EL AL at (800)-223-6700 or (212) 768-9200.


Above fares available in coach class on certain flights. Must be purchased within 72 hours of confirmed reservation at least 7 days prior to departure. Last ticketing date is 5/15/03. Tickets valid 6-21 days. Cancellation and change penalties apply.
reserves the right to cancel promo at any time. Reservations/ticketing for companion fares must be made at same time and passengers must travel together. Other restrictions may apply.
Applicable taxes not included. EL.AL




205-223-216/644; Mike Rosenfeld
213/607; Larry Harwin 255; Ross
Benchik 228; Jay Nitzken 226; Mark
Bialick 221; Ray Sinai 218; Jeff
Zamler 209-210; Sandy Pearlman
206; Al Yendick 205; Sandy Freeman
203; Mike Jeross 203; Mark Warshaw
200; Milt Burg 200.
B'nai B'rith Downtown Fox, April 1:
David Little 238-211/645; Richard
Rosenthal 221-205/617; Larry Kaplan
246/606; Robin Blumberg 246; David
Shanbaum 236; David Moses 222;
Steve Kay 220-202; Larry Schlussel
216-205; Ami Reiter 210; Howard
Weiner 207; Robert Weiss 205; Bob
Smith 203; David Elbinger 201; Jack
Geer 201; Ed Klein 200.
B'nai B'rith Pisgah, March 27: Jeff
Eisenberg 258-266-218/742; Bryan
Levine 279/664; Bill Zavier 223-
269/657; Seth Gorback 204-237-
215/656; Shel Baskin 200-258/652; Al
Mudryk 252-236/651; Wayne Lus
237-213/642; Keith KingstOn 253-
201/635; Lyle Schaefer 203-203-
229/635; Gary Plasko 215-201-
217/633; Jerry Lash 237/627; Mitch
Lefton 201-206-219/626; Ryan Lash
205-219/623; Larry Horn 224-
205/621; Mort Friedman 234-202/616;
Barry Fishman 202-215/613; Steve
Elkus 208-204/603; Andy Rubin 247;
Howard Waxer 222; Yale Weiner 222;
Mitch Finkel 215; Jason Klein 213;
Jerry Rose 211; Al Blatnikoff 211; Rod
Brown 210; Jordan Urnovitz 207-204.
B'nai B'rith Windsor, March 30: Joe
Shanbaum 236-217-234/687; David
Lazarus 241-253/676; Dave Shanbaum
211-214-213/638; Jack Blaine 223-
223/626; Richard Rosenthal 213.
JWI Galilee Monday, March 24: Leslie
BenEzra 506.
JWI Galilee Tuesday, March 25:
Frayda Riger 541/211; Judi Grant
533/206; Alice Labes 529/203; Andrea
Reid 200.
JWI Galilee Monday, March 31: Paula
Slomovitz 544/202.
JWI Galilee Tuesday, April 1: Andrea
Reid 200.
JWI Galilee/Centennial, April 2: Sue
Hersh 506; Laura Roth 207.
JWI Israel/Zeiger, April 3: Janet
Sigmon 513; Caron Goldfine 502.

Above Average

Sari Rowland of the JWI Israel/Zeiger
League bowled 142-182-163/478, 106
pins over her 127 average.
Paula Slomovitz of the JWI Galilee
Monday League bowled 186-156-
202/544, 109 pins over her 145

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