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October 29, 1982 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chamber Unit Opens Season

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

AL.

SAM AND LILI FEN-
TON were invited to what

was supposedly a surprise
birthday party for
daughter-in-law Sheila ..
and got the shock of their
lives . . . The affair turned
out to be a surprise shindig
celebrating the Fentons'
40th wedding anniversary
. . . which comes out on
Sheila's birthday.
Back in 1942, they were
married by Rabbi Leon
Fram at Sammy and Marge
Sofferin's Wonder Bar on
Washington Blvd. . . . Sam,
in uniform, was a cadet on
furlough from Hondo,
Texas, learning to become a
navigator.
Rabbi Pram, now 86 years
old, remarried them at the
party . . . with their four
sons, Roger (Marcia), Mark
(Sheila), Randall (Kathy)
and George (Barbara) Fen-
ton holding the hupa . . . as
only daughter, Iris Fenton,
looked on . . . and their four
granddaughters went for
the bouquet . . . Mock wed-
ding for Sam and Lili was at
home of Robert and Marcia.
Sheila didn't miss out on
her birthday . . . getting a
beautiful raccoon coat from
hubby Mark.

HOLIDAY SHOPPERS

can get a fast jump . . . plus
what may be a savings
bonanza . . . while helping
many unfortunate
youngsters around the
world . . . The Autumn Hills
Chapter, Women's Ameri-
can ORT, special fund-
raiser public sale . . . is this
Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m. . . .
at the Kiddie Land store in
Old Orchard Mall, Orchard
Lake Rd. and Maple .. .
with much of proceeds going
toward assisting in the
many fine ORT projects.
For more info, call Lynn
Fields, 644-1014 ... or
Dharlene Norris, 553-0689.

SEYMOUR FABRICK,

chairman of the 50-Year
Plus Or Minus (classes of
1928-1935) Reunion by
Northern High, was in town
recently from Los Angeles,
Calif., for a meeting of the
complete committee.
Amazing that the affair is
still quite a while away,
May 1983 . . . and 300
reservations have already
been received . . . At this
rate, Seymour expects close
to 500 people at Michigan
Inn.
BOWL TO HELP elimi-
nate cancer is being spon-
sored by three local City of
Hope groups . . . Nov. 7, 6:30
p.m. at the Thunderbird
Lanes, W. Maple in Troy .. .
Mr. & Mrs. Group (Bernie
Rappaport, 352-9700 or
543-5275), Helen Rosen-
berg Cancer Fighters
(office: 559-1331) and
Sophie and Harry Hoffman
Chapter (Richard Gibbs,
352-9700 or 851-5928).
JACK CARBONE, na-
tional award-winning
hairstylist and hairpiece ar-
tist, has joined the staff at

Friday, October 29, 1982 31

Jonathan's Total Image For
Men Salon on the
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Rd.

OTHER
FUND
RAISER by Temple Israel

Brotherhood is its Golf Out-
ing, May 24 . . . Concentra-
tion, however, is on the art
auction Nov. 6 at Temple Is-
rael on Walnut Lake Rd. . . .
Chairman is Len Brozgold,
559-1507 (office 956-1787).

REMEMBER THIS
ONE? ... Sammy Ginsberg

went into a Nazi saloon in
Berlin . . . "I want a whiskey
and soda." . . . "You've got a
lot of nerve coming in here,
Ginsberg!" said the barten-
der. "Get out quick — before
something happens to you!"
Reluctantly, Sammy took
his -advice and left . . . A
minute after, an Allied
plane flew over the saloon
and dropped a bomb on it,
leaving the bar in a sham-
bles . . . The bartender was
crawling out from the debris
when Sammy entered .. .
"Do I get the whiskey and
soda," asked Sammy threat-
ingly, "or do I have to do it
all over again?!"

LOOKING BACK ..

On Columns Of Yes-
teryears:
Aug. 18, 1967 ... "Dr.
Abe Pearlman, dental doc
with the smile all his
patients would like to have,
took a long stare back after
moving his office recently
from Puritan near Liver-
nois to Greenfield and
Outer Drive.
"Abe always has a cutie or
two to tell us . . . like the
young lady who had so
many cavities in her mouth
she talked like an echo .. .
or the one who had so much
bridgework in her mouth
her boyfriend had to pay a
toll every time he kissed her
. . . Abe's big office move
comes after 27 years at the
same place."
Oct. 20, 1968 . . . "Dr.
Gerald Weingarden's pa-
tient was wheeled back to
his ward after an operation
and placed back in bed .. .
An hour or so later he
awakened, and the first
thing he noticed when he
opened his eyes was that the
window shade had been
drawn:.
"He asked the resident
doctor why the light was
shut out from his room .. .
`We didn't do it to keep the
light out,' the doctor said. 'I
had the shades pulled down
because there is a fire across
the street. I didn't want you
to wake up and think the
operation hadn't been a suc-
cess.' "

Film at Library

The film "Flash — The
Teenage Otter," will be pre-
sented by the Southfield
Public Library 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the children's ac-
tivity room.
The program is free.

The Lyric Chamber
Ensemble will open its
1982-1983 season 3 p.m.
Sunday at the Birmingham
Unitarian Church. The pro-
gram will feature the De-
troit Symphony's Douglas
Cornelsen, clarinetist, and
David Saltzman, cellist,
along with pianist Fedora
Horowitz, playing trios by
Beethoven, Brahms and
Poulenc. A wine reception
with the performers follows
the concert.
Future programs include:
a baritone recital with Dan
Iordachescu from the
Bucharest Opera in a pro-
gram of lieder and arias,
Dec. 5; a violin recital with
DSO Assistant Con-
certmaster Joseph
Goldman, Feb. 27; the Lyric
Chamber Ensemble Trio,
Goldman-Horowitz-

Antique Show
at Fairlane

• The 34th annual antique
show and sale sponsored by
the junior group of the
League
for
the
Handicapped-Goodwill In-
dustries will be held Nov.
5-7 at the Fairlane Manor in
Dearborn.
The show will feature 50
dealers, exhibiting 18th and
19th Century American and
English furniture. Also dis-
played and for sale will be
primitives, toys, jewelry, oil
paints, prints, quilts, dolls
and clocks.

569-7135
Complete
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Southfield High School
will present a Halloween
carnival, "Haunted Hor-
rors," 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Saturday in the high school
auditorium and cafeteria.
Geared for children age
3-12, the carnival will fea-
ture food, games, prizes and
shows. There is a nominal
charge for all activities.

MON., THURS.-11 a.m.-12 Mid.
FRI. & SAT.-11 a.m.-2 a.m.
SUN.-12 noon-10 p.m.

DINNERS FROM $3.95 to_$8.95
HAPPY HOUR 3 p.m. to 1 P.M.'

OFFERS

GIORGIO'S

Restaurant

(Formerly Spiro's)
25920 GREENFIELD at Lincoln

Oak Park
968-4060
OPEN MON.-SAT.
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.
• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99c

meat trays

$6.00

per person

• LUNCH SPECIALS
• DINNER SPECIALS
Regular Menu and
GOURMET COUNTERSIDE
SPECIALS
(Steak Diane, Caesar Salad,
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)
Your Hosts:
GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS

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Mon.-Sat. 6-11 a.m.

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PLUS A VARIETY OF OTHER TRAYS

•vegetable trays • fruit trays.
cheese tray • finger sandwiches


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Halloween Fete
in Southfield

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FOOD &
SPIRITS

Saltzman, March 20; and a
"one-piano" four-hands
program featuring Fedora
Horowitz and Joseph Gurt,
April 10.
For ticket infOrmation,
call the Lyric Chamber
Ensemble, 357-1111.

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