Naomi Ariel

Born in U.K. "within the sound of Bow Bells", Naomi Ariel was brought up in Essex. She first visited Israel for a few years in the mid 50's and lived and worked in Moshav Kfar Mordechai. She returned to London and studied Personnel Management at Regent St. Polytechnic and worked for Granada TV as a Personnel Assistant. After marriage she lived for two years in Paris until immigrated to Israel. Here she worked as a legal secretary for tens of years. A member of ESRA since 1985, Naomi has been an active volunteer in ESRAvision community TV group since its inception and was the initiator of ESRAlist.

Jinxes; value of one shekel; Woolite color protection; frying pan care.

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Tidbits Comments & Oddities 142 Magazine
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 142
 

Tips on freezing foodstuffs, what to do with lettuce, and how to be an efficient bargain buyer.

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Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 143
 

This useful column discusses the cost of living and the influence of the press and alerts one to the discrepancies in prices of commodities at different stores.

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Tidbits Comments & Oddities-145 Magazine
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 145
 

Hints and suggestions including where to purchase discount coupons, introducing BEKOL (an organisation assisting the hard of hearing) and other topics of interest.

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TIDBITS. COMMENTS. ODDITIES-Magazine146
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 146
 

Important consumer hints regarding food buys, appliances and other lifestyle information is written in Tidbits Comments & Oddities, also a warning re Pri-Gat diet food syrups.

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Tidbits Comments & Oddities-147
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 147
 

Naomi Ariel offers important tips on a range of topics from water saving through to everything you always wanted to know pre-surgery.

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Tidbits, Comments & Oddities-148
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 148
 

Naomi Ariel comments on Maccabi Healh Fund, whether to buy a gas or electric stove top, why a smaller hole in a tube of toothpaste is the best value, that the best time to use discount coupons from chain stores is before Pesach. She advises to keep a folder with instruction manuals and receipts for home repairs, and relates how her grandchildren were not impressed when she gave them old magazines to cut up and stick on paper – what was wrong with buying stick-on cut out books?

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TIDBITS, COMMENTS & ODDITIES-149
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 149
 

In this issue Naomi comments on Recycling, Labelling, Baking, Rubber Bands and Pillows.

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TIDBITS, COMMENTS & ODDITIES-150
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 150
 

Missing the obvious, Taps, Misleading discounts, Checking brand names

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TIDBITS, COMMENTS AND ODDITIES-152
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 152
 

Helpful consumer hints and good advice - this time freezing tips, parking signs, microwave ovens and others

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Consumer Watch
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 176
 
 
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