ZOA and you can make
a difference for Israel and
the Jewish People
Le Metro restaurant location in
Applegate Square, Northwestern
Highway and Inkster, in Southfield ...
the casual dining Romantica will serve
pizzas, calzones, pastas subs, etc.
LET'S CLEAR UP any confusion
that may be hanging around ... now
that the original Bread Basket Deli has
been opened again by Ron Forman, this
time at Vineyards on Northwestern
Highway in Farmington Hills ... The
Bread Basket in Oak Park is owned by
Doda and Frank Lucaj ... and in
Redford, Livonia and Waterford by Al •
EXERCIZE TIP ... From fitness
expert Jim Berk ... "Exercisers are taking
advantage of ideal temperatures to work
out outside, and that shouldn't preclude
weightlifting in the great outdoors. I
find it very refreshing to take dumbbells
or stretch tubes out on my porch and I
get a great 'high' looking up at the blue
sky, breathing fresh air and feeling the
warmth of the day.
"This is best done in the shade, but if
you like Old Sol, you should take prop-
er caution, avoiding peak sun hours and
make sure you're covered with protec-
tive lotion. Also make sure to stay
hydrated. For intense workouts, I mix
water with my sports thirst quencher
drink, diluting some of the amounts of
sugar ingested. Drinking water during
exercise, research shows, can increase
one's endurance by 10 percent. Good
luck and have fun!"
KORN KORNER ... Morris goes up
to a beautiful woman he sees at the
mall and says to her, "I've lost my wife
in here and I would be very happy if
you could find some time to talk to me
for a few minutes."
She asks, "Why on earth do you want
me to do that?"
Morris replies, "Because every time I
talk to a gorgeous woman, my wife
always appears out of nowhere."
OLDIE BUT GOODIE Dept. ...
Manny and Bernie met in a restaurant
for a business lunch.
Manny said, "I have a good deal for
you, Bernie. When I was at the zoo
recently, I happened to pick up an ele-
phant they didn't need any more. I
could let you have it for $2,000."
Bernie sipped his gin and tonic and
said, "Manny, what am I going to do
with an elephant? I live in a third floor
flat. I barely have room for my furni-
ture. I can't even squeeze in a card table.
So you think I'm going to buy an ele-
Manny said, "I could let you have
three of them for three grand."
"Aha," said Bernie "now you're talk-
UL & SYLVIA WALDMAN
with the prestigious
JUSTICE LOUIS D.
MAL Z. LAWRENCE
Judaism and Israel have always been very important to Saul and Sylvia Waldman.
Saul and Sylvia have served on numerous committees and donated money to a
variety of organizations. Mr. Waldman is a Past President and a member of the
original Founders Committee for Hillel Day School, a Past President and a
Chairman of the Building Committee of the Holocaust Memorial Center, a Past
President of the Adat Shalom Men's Club and the Great Lakes Region Men's Club.
For his dedicated service, Saul has received many prestigious awards, among them
the Jewish Theological Seminary's Second Century Award, the Holocaust Legacy
and the Rabbi Jacob Segal Awards. A successful builder, Mr. Waldman has accom-
plished much over the years. Sylvia has also been active in the Jewish community
and for years has been committed to Jewish causes such as Habonim, Pioneer
Women, and Hashomer Hatzair. They have enjoyed 55 years of marriage.
Mal Z. Lawrence, who had audiences gasping for
breath between laughs when he starred in Catskills
on Broadway, has officially been bitten by the acting
bug! First heco-starred in the Hal Prince revue Bagels
& Yox and soon after played "Val" the Russian head
writer in Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor. He
went on to appear in the musical revue III Take
Manhattan, and made his acting debut on Won Law
With over 25 releases to his credit, Paul Zim is a
popular Jewish recording artist, having appeared on
the Broadway stage and feature films. He appeared in
Ira Levin's off-Broadway play "Cantorial," where his
voice was used as the ghost cantor. He also appeared
as the cantor in Sidney Lumet's "A Stranger Among
Us," starring Melanie Griffith.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2003 • 7:00 RM.
at the Millennium Theater in Southfield
For Reservations Call 248-282-0088 • Concert Tickets Available from $50.00
Joseph E Savin
of the Balfour
Anne Gonte Silver
of the Saul & Sylvia
of the Saul & Sylvia
Senator Carl Levin
Rabbi Irwin &
Max M. &
Mrs. Lypsa Groner
Marjorie S. Fisher
Rabbi Charles H.
The Honorable Bernard
& Mrs. Rosenzweig
& Mrs. Rose Friedman Dr. Hershel Sandberg
Co-Chairs of the
Saul & Sylvia
Honorary Co-Chairs of
the Balfour Committee
Rabbi Milton Arm
Rabbi Daniel B. Syme
Robert & Carmen
Rabbi Joseph Krakoff
Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz
J. Leonard &
Mitcheal & Hilda Bloom
Albert & Vera Burke
Arthur & Pepi Sweet Dr. George & Mildred
Carol Rae Cooper
Menachem & Bella Glaser
Leo & Betty Goldstein
Leonard & Ophelia
George & Ann Mann Chair Men's
Seymour Rabotnick Committee
Dr. Sion Soleymani Dr. Lester Zeff
Dr. Julius Rutzky
Co - Chairs Program
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