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October 16, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IRVING AND BEBE
FIELD recently returned

"When Harold Sahm and
Nate Garvin parted as stu-
from Israel, Switzerland dents and young friends in
and France . . . where they
Ann Arbor, Mich., back in
celebrated their 40th an-
1937, they felt that it was
niversary . . . and her
unlikely that they would
birthday.
meet again. Harold was a
In Israel, a reunion took pre-dental student from
place . . when they visited New Jersey who returned
a kibutz and saw Irv's
there and then went on to
cousins, Chaim and Katel
St. Louis to pursue his pro-
Lord . . . He hadn't seen
fession. Nate returned to
Chaim in 50 years . .
the University of Michigan
since they were youngsters
to graduate as an attorney.
in Poland.
More than 43 years later,
This past summer, their
last November, Nate and
daughter Bonnie
his wife, Eve, were visiting
Romanowsky, celebrating friends .in Sarasota. When
her 14th anniversary, came
the doorbell rang and
to Detroit from Mexico City • Harold and his wife walked
with son Jonathan and
in, it became a delightful
daughter Diane . . while
reunion. Harold and his
her husband, dental doc Ab-
wife now live in Longboat
raham, went to Israel with
Key. The men recognized
his baseball team . . to one another immediately
represent Mexico in the
and now all have become
Maccabia Games . . . com- fast friends. Although Val-
ing home with a second
entine's Day is in February,
place silver medal.
that very special day should
Irving and Bebe's son, be celebrated every day
Philip Jay Field, better with friends, Eve Garvin be-
known as PJ, a New York lieves.
veterinarian, also came
"Her valentine to Harold
here . .. He is writing a and Sylvia Sahm was a
movie as well as practic- champagne brunch to celeb-
ing vet medicine.
rate their 40th anniversary,
Their daughter Carole on Sunday, Aug.' 30 at the
Field, an actress in Califor- ,Garvin home. Since his re-
nia, spent some time with
tirement, Harold has de-
mom and dad who saw her
voted much of his time to
Sherwin-Williams Paint
sculpting. He has created a
and Michigan National
sculpture which Eve calls
Bank TV commercials . . .
the 'Many Faces of Life'
and are looking for her new
which she proudly displays
McDonald's one.
in the foyer of their home."
"I came home so excited
Eve Garvin spent 23
from our beautiful trip," years of interior design
says Bebe, "that I've decided
work around the Detroit
to write a book relating my
area . . . Nate is now build- -
experiences throughout the
ing in Florida . . . Dr.
various countries that we
Harold (Slomovitz) Sahm is
visited. I never climbed so
also a former Detroiter .
A native of Bayonne, N.J.,
many steps in all my life, so
don't you think 'Steps'
he practiced dentistry in
would make an excellent
Staten Island, N.Y., for 25
title for the book?"
years.
BOWL. A STRIKE
FIRST TIME ever is art
auction endeavor by Against Cancer is the slo-
Downtown Synagogue to gan for Third Annual Bow-
raise funds so that persons, lathon, Nov. 21, by Mr. and
for example, can attend ser- Mrs. Group, City of Hope
. . Folks bowl free with
vices at Veteran's Memorial
during the High Holy Days sponsors paying so much
without a ticket . . . It's per pin (1 cent up) . . and
slated- for Nov. 1, 1 p.m. at keglers win trips to Las
Vegas, New York,
Southfield Civic Center,
Parks and Recreation Montreal-Quebec, Toronto
. . . For more details, call
Building on Evergreen . .
Sheilah Goldberg, secretary Buddy Nathanson, 569-
of Downtown Synagogue, is 0165; Max Kushner, -352-
8224; or Bernie Rappaport,
chairgal of the art auction.
LEAH NICKIN (Sid) 543-5275.
BIG DOINGS at Apple-
saw item in column regard-
ing Sheruth'League gals gate Square Saturday 10
looking for other-former a.m. to' 5 p.m. . . . The
Northwestern Hwy. center
members to form a reunion
. . . She had just taken out between 12 and 13 Mile is
celebrating anniversary
a Sheruth League recipe for
number three with apples
coffee cake which Leah had
and donuts . . . plus all the
made on written instruc-
stores
getting- in on the
tions of the girl she was try-
celebrating with specials of
ing to call for the reunion
. . Sara Winer, 626-0660 their own.
. : . (or call Sadie Safers-
Languages are spiritual
tein, 352-3991.)
PHOTO IN Sarasota organisms, vital works of
Herald Tribune recently art, each of them having its
had caption "Reunion measure of creative power,
Celebrated With Anniver- splendor, depth, logic to
sary Brunch" . . . and in a explore and to construct the
column headed, "Social world of nature in life.
—Ryrkin
Scene" the item appeared:

WSU Sponsors
Fall Workshop

THE
PERFECT
BLEND

A fall workshop in human
sexuality at Wayne State
University's Southfield
Center has been slated for
the first two weekends in
November.
The workshop, coordi-
nated by Dr. John Piet-
rofesa, will feature presen-
tations by WSU professors,
local counselors and
psychologists. It is open to
graduate students and
upper division under-
graduates for two semester
credit hours. It can also be
taken for non-credit. For re-
gistration materials and in-
formation, contact the WSU
Southfield Center, 358-
2104.

Naples Exhibit
at Art Institute

Gallery 22, 22 E. Long
Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills,
announces its view show,
"New Acquisitions in Paint
and Print Media," will run
through Oct. 25 at the gal-
lery. Hours are 10 a.m.•to 6
p.m. Monday through
Saturday.

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THURSDAY — LIVER & ONIONS
Chace of soup or salad. potato and roil
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SATURDAY & SUNDAY
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"The Golden Age of
Naples: Art and Civiliza-
tion Under ihe Bourbons,
1734-1805," will be on
exhibit at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts through Nov. 1.
The exhibition, which is
making its U.S. debut at the
institute; includes 200
paintings, tapestries, draw-
ings, sculptures and pieces
of furniture created during
the Bourbon reign in
Naples.
Also at the institute,
through Oct. 25, is an exhib-
ition of paintings by Helen
Ciesla Covensky. A total of
24 abstract paintings by the
local artist will be on dis-
play.

The Center for New
Thinking will present a lec-
ture by James V. Fletcher
10- a.m. Thursday at the
Baldwin Library, Birmin-
gham.
' Fletcher will speak on
"The Speechwriter — His
Influence on Public Policy."
The public is invited at a
charge. For information,
call the Center for New
Thinking, 546 - 8928.

COOL-9 DELI

In The Heritage Bldg.

Comedy, Magic
at Stafford's

Comedy Capers will pre-
sent comedienne Sheila
Kay, 8:45 and 10:45 p.m.
today and Saturday at Staf-
ford's in the Orchard Mall.
A comedy workshop is
held every Thursday at 9
p.m. at Comedy Capers.
Everyone is invited to bring
their jokes,--and professional
comedians will hold open
forum.
Stafford's Kids Cabaret at
1 p.m. Saturdays presents a
magic show, luncheon and a
free birthday cake to par-
ties. For reservations for
any of the programs, call
Stafford's, 851-8952.

Friday, October 16, 1981 33

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