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October 27, 1978 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Having An Affair?

LISTEN!
POST

JOAN BLOOM

was
taken for a ride . . . literally
so on recent birthday .. .
Wife of Dr. Gerald Bloom
was surprised with the arri-
val at her doorstep of a de-
luxe motor home . . . driven
y Fran and Sol Penskar ac-
companied by the Bloom
children . . . and then a trip
to Frankenmuth, Mich., for
a birthday celebration.
NEW TEMPLE Israel of
Brevard County, Fla., broke
ground for a 6,000 square-
foot synagogue . . . serving
Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island
and Cocoa . . . thanks to the
efforts of former Detroit
builders Larry and Arnold
Lieberman, who. are donat-
ing their contractor
abilities in honor of ex-
localite parents Betty and
Hy Lieberman, also living
there.
The temple was or-
ganized by 12 families in
1965 and met at Cocoa
Beach Community Church
until moving in 1968 to
Merritt Island's Grace
United Methodist Church.
YEARS AGO, it used to
be like a ritual for Cong.
Bnai David here to have a
Feather Party prior to
Thanksgiving . . . It passed
by because so few people
wanted to work . . . but is
revived again for a lot of
happy folks.
The Men's Club of Cong.
Bnai David will have a
Feather Party 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 11 at the synagogue on
Southfield . . . with turkeys,
baskets, etc. . . . For tickets,
call co-chairmen Nick
Gonte, 772-9084, or Iry Ab-
ramson, 355-4051 . . .
Chairman is Nathan Light.
SWEETEST DAY last
week was almost like a
nightmare for Murray
Grushoff . . . First time in 35
years he ran out of cut flow-
ers at L & T Florists . . . the
swarm was so overwhelm-
ing.
24th ANNUAL birthday
and president's dinner-
dance by Crescent Shrine
. . . at Raleigh House .. .
Max Katz hit by truck while
driving . . . wearing a whip-
lash collar . . . Mort Bechek
in white dinner jacket .. .
Bill Garelick and his tape
recorder . . . Harry Kauf-
man in velvet dinner jacket
. .. Joe Miller with freckled
head from outdoor living .. .
Jimmy Laker as always the
perfect host as he brings
drinks to the head table .. .
Famous Raleigh House
"Saber Dance" song not
played when lights out and
prime rib flamed . . . Freddy
Martin and his toy dogs
prancing in front on the
table . . . Sonny Goldstein a
jumping jack commit-
teeman while wife Marilyn
would like to know how he is
when staying still ...
"Sonny enjoys himself,"
says Marilyn, speaking like
a real good wife.
YEARS AGO, when the
Sutton Ravines Chapter

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15600 W. 10 MILE AT GREENFIELD

27701 Crchard Lake Road
553-2191
Near 12 Mile

(In Orleans Mall)

RECENTLY SPEND-
ING 35 days at Sinai Hospi-

tal in traction and then suc-
ce-gsful back surgery, were
also five weeks of nice
things happening in Carole
Goldman's family . . .
Grandchild number six was
born in California,
grandson Dana Hermann's
third birthday, son Marc
Goldman's birthday in
Lansing, where he is assis-
tant district attorney for
State of Michigan . . .
daughter Susan's birthday
and granddaughter Morni
Aaronson's sixth birthday
. . . She came home from
Sinai just in time to celeb-
rate grandson Scott Aaron-
son's third birthday .. .
Carole and husband Herb
celebrated their 35th an-
niversary eight days after
her getting out of the hospi-
tal.
AUDREY PEARL, one
of only nine Certified Fi-
nancial Planners, is the
only woman CFP in the
state of Michigan.
NO, THERE aren't any
necessary "condolences for
the Jack White family" as
errored in another publica-
tion . . . The local insurance
man had a heart attack but
is recuperating and looking
well . . . Even ' chews on
cigars again.
CLIMBING INTO a
barber's chair, little Merle
Gerson was asked by the
barber, "Well young man,
how do you want your hair
cut today?" . . . Merle looked
over to where dad Julian
Gerson was sitting reading
a newspaper and replied, "I
want 'em cut like daddy's,
with a hole on top."

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OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK

COUNTRY
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B-B RIBS • B-B CHICKEN

was started as another
offshoot by Womens Ameri-
can ORT, Rose Schultz was
made chairman of its
bazaar.
Every year since, it has
become a looked-forward-to
event . . . and Rose is still
the chairmari . . . with
home-made aprons, dolls,
jewelry, afghans, etc.
This year, the date is Nov.
2 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. . . .
at Sutton Place Apts.
club house, off Nine Mile be-
tween Lahser and Tele-
graph. -
Even the food for lunch,
12 to 2, and dinner, from 6,
is all home-made.
There is no admission
charge . . . just lots of oppor-
tunity to buy Hanuka and
other gifts.
MARK LANDAU, 25-
year-old son of Lois and Sol
Landau, was an entry in the
recent Canadian Interna-
tional Marathon . . . He is a
U of M grad and two-year
honor law student at De-
troit College of Law.

Friday, October 21, 1978 29


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