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32 Friday, September 30, 1983
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Famed Physician Dr. Smith
to Address Parenting Event
CARL STEGER WEEK
The sixth annual Alicia
Joy Techner Memorial Pa-
renting Conference will be
TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.
held 7:30 p.m. Oct. 11 at
Guest speaker will be Dr.
TUES., OCT. 4 thru
Lendon H. Smith. Dr.
SAT., OCT. 8
Smith has been in pediatric
WILL BE THE LAST
practice for more than 30
WEEK FOR CARL
The topic of Dr. Smith's
PERFORMING IN THIS AREA
_address will be "Improving
Your Child's Self-Image."
He was graduated from
Reed College and the
University of Oregon
Medical School. As a cap-
tain in the U.S. Army, Dr.
DR. LENDON SMITH
Smith served as a
JOIN THE GALA FESTIVITIES
psychiatrist. He served sity of Oregon medical
TUES., OCT. 4 THRU SAT., OCT. 8
as clinical professor of school and is a member of
pediatrics at the Univer- the American Academy
Dr. Smith is the author of
six books: "The Children's
Doctor," "The Encyclopedia
of Baby and Child Care,"
"New Wives' Tales," "Im-
proving Your Child's Be-
havior Chemistry," "Feed
Your Kids Right," and
THE DELICIOUS ALL HOMEMADE
"Foods for Healthy Kids."
Admission to the confer-
Restaurant - Delicatessen
ence is free. The public is
invited. For information,
6 a.m. th 9 p.m.
call Temple Israel, 661-
SEE WHY WE ARE NO. • 1 IN METROPOLITAN DETROIT
21161 GREENFIELD RD. [59:13731:11
1 Ilk- N. if 11 MILE RD.
ERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS I
CELEBRATING OUR 9th ANNIVERSARY
Many, Many Thanks To Everyone! -
IN YOUR HOME OR HALL FOR ALL OCCASIONS
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas • Showers • Luncheons
• Bat Mitzvas • Anniversaries • Reunions • Etc.
• We Supply Everything!
For Personalized Attention Call
• We Serve Hors D'Oeuvres To Full Dinners LORI OR ROSE
SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIAL—SEPT. 30 THRU OCT. 6
Tues.-Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.
• 2 EGGS (any style)
• 2 PANCAKES
• 3 STRIPS OF BACON or
3 LINKS OF SAUSAGE
Sun. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.
HOP OVER SPECIAL—SEPT. 30 THRU OCT. 6
2 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
INCLUDES: POT. OR VEG. & BREAD BASKET
DINNER SPECIAL—SEPT. 30 THRU OCT. 6
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INCLUDES: TOMATO JUICE OR SOUP, SALAD OR COLE
SLAW, POT. OR VEG. & BREAD BASKET
CARRY-OUT SPECIALS—SEPT. 30 THRU OCT. 6
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The Somerset Mall will
host the second Interna-
tional Wine Tasting and
Auction 6:45 p.m. Saturday
at the mall. Proceeds from
the auction will benefit the
Detroit Community Music
The mall will also con-
tinue its free Sunday con-
cert series in October with
performances beginning at
2 p.m. Artists making ap-
pearances include the
Balalaika Orchestra of De-
troit, the Alex Kallao Jazz
Trio, Lowell Greer, Thomas
Barna, Alexander Zonjic
and Susan Ivers.
For tickets to the wine
auction, or information on
any mall event, call the
The Michigan Cancer
Foundation will sponsor a
series of group counseling
sessions on learning to live
with cancer beginning 6
p.m. Wednesday at William
Beaumont Hospital in
The sessions will be held
on Wednesdays through
Nov. 16. A nominal regist-
ration fee is requested,
based on ability to pay. For
information on the prog-
ram, call the foundation,
Exhibited in NY
An exhibition of new
paintings by Detroiter
Maxmilian Shaye will be at
the James Hunt Barker
Galleries, 5 E. 57th St., New
A reception for the artist
will be held at 5:30 p.m. Oct.
18 at the galleries.
PEOPLE HAVE play ed would happen if an auto
golf for oodles and oodles of part was desperately
years . . . but never experi- needed on a weekend or
enced the hole-in-one thrill holiday? . . . Usually is
. . . Bernie Glazer had to "wait til Monday" . . . Not
wait only eight years . . . with Bernie and Mel Toby
and then got his on the at General Auto Parts on S.
187-yard par three third Saginaw in Pontiac . . .
hole at Evergreen Hills .. . They're open seven days a
using a five iron . . . In the week and holidays all year
foursome were wife Elaine, . . . Good thing for folks to
Harry Paull and Abe Kass. know.
ONLY TWO MORE
50-year, 1934 plus or minus, spots left . . . and
combined reunion of North- Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
ern and Central High grads Rd. north of Maple, will be
is on beginning roll . . . First filled up . . . Next two open-
meeting was recently held ing soon will be Chocolatis-
. . . attended by . . . General simo . . . and Betty Appel
Chairman Izzy Malin, women's fashion designer
Central '34; Ray Zimmer- (selling only her own de-
man, Northern '34; Kopel signs).
Kahn, Northern, '34; Sara
New shopping center by
Swartz, Northern '34; Sam Ron Licht will be Sugartree
Dryman, Northern '34; and Square . . . slated to open in
Molly Levitt, Central '29.
fall of 1984 on Orchard Lake
CLARENCE MILLER Rd. north of Maple .. .
at Jonathan's Total Image Won't be the same type as
For Men salon on The Boardwalk, so no conflict
Boardwalk, Orchard Lake . . . The special kind of
Rd., south of 15 Mile, is center will have mainly
gaining note for his un- service operations.
canny ability to make shoes
ZENITH CLUB of
spring back to life with Jewish Community Center
brightness . . . And the spot years back holds its 50th
gents thought could never anniversary reunion . . .
be gotten out of suede is long Oct. 26, 7 p.m. . . . at Bud-
gone when Clarence gets dy's Pizza on Northwestern.
TOMORROW IS fifth
LINDA KAHL VERGA, anniversary of Applegate
1965 Mumford High grad, Square, Northwestern bet-
says that if folks are in Las ween 12 and 13 Mile .. .
Vegas they should come to with sales, specials, free ap-
her recently-opened ples and donuts . . . and
Winged Horse Gallery drawing for an Apple IIe
(artwork and frames), 2800 computer.
W. Sahara Plaza.
LOOKING BACK On
SEEING SIGNS . . . at
Of Yesteryears .. .
Applegate Square, North-
western-between 13 and 15 Feb. 15, 1946 . . . "Over
Mile . . . in New Genera- there in the driest part of
tions . . . All shoplifters will Africa, where it hadn't
rained in five years and the
be brutally mutilated."
burning sand moved si-
MORE NAMES of grads lently over miles and miles
are needed for the 40th of nothing at all, Tommy
Reunion of Central High Moers, of the printing fam-
1944 . . . May 19, 1984 at ily, sat in the flimsy bar-
Pontiac Silverdome . . . racks still trying to win a
Contact Lee Braude, 477- game of poker.
2759 or Phyllis Paul, 559-
"For weeks, the only
4446 or 352-2612 . . . Writ- thing that looked like a good
ers can send mail to Phyllis hand turned out to be a mir-
Paul, 22586 Telegraph Rd., age . . . Then it happened!
Southfield, Mich. 48034.
. . . A full-house of the most
PROUD PARENTS are terrific rainstorm Africa
Regina and Bill Weiss . . . as had ever seen! . . . The fel-
youngest son Michael fi- lows ran out to watch the
nally completed his resi- rare spectacle . . . and then
dency at Bicounty Hospital hurried back inside as ev-
. . . and opens his own offices erything went sailing away
this Monday in the DOH on . . . including the roof.
Third Ave. in Detroit as a
"Down came the walls as
gynecologist and OB doc.
steel beams crashed about,
MAIL DEPT. . . . "The missing Tommy by inches
Michigan Club of Delray as he lay on the floor clutch-
Beach, Fla. area members ing three cards from the
enjoyed the holidays with royal flush he had no more
family and friends. Babs use for!"
Bortman, president of the
APRIL 5, 1946 . . . "Art
club; Faye B. Weiner, re- Becker, overseas vet, will
cording secretary; the Bob one of the youngest candi-
Kellers and Pauline Miller dates in the country for U.S.
were among those visiting Congress . . . Only 27 years
the Detroit area. Visitors to old . . . in the 13th Congres-
Florida are welcome to join sional district" . . . (today,
the Michigan Club and par- Col. Arthur Becker is head
ticipate in its activities."
of Civil Defense in South-
Faye B. Weiner field).
469 Burgundy J
Delray Beach, Fla. 33445
HOW MANY TIMES
have you wondered what
Jews were the onlw people
during medieval times who