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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, November 9, 1984

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LISTENING POST

Of Southfield
- 569-0882
25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile
SERVING COMPLETE GREEK CUISINE

DANNY RASKIN

LUNCH and DINNER.

DAVID MENDELSON was in
the right place at right time .. .
Son of Phyllis and Herb Mendel-
son, he recently ushered at wed-
ding when one of the grand-
mothers had a heart attack about
an hour before ceremonial pro-
ceedings . . . In orthopedic resi-
dency at Mt. Carmel Hospital,
David gave C.P.R. (cardio-
pulmonary resuscitation) . . . and
saved her life.
CONGRATS . . . to former De-
troiters Harry and Julia
Goldsmith, now living in Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla. . . . on their 60th
anniversary . . . to Sadie and Mort
Dermer . . . on their 50th anniver-
sary . . . to Dorothy and Reuben:
Sherman . . . on their 43rd an-
niversary.
DR. HAROLD ROLAND of
Ronald Optics, Applegate Square,
was recently on the Mark Scott
Show, WXYT Radio, answering
questions for an hour about con-
tact lenses . . . Recent introduc-
tion of mono vision for bifocal
patients and tinted soft-lenses
have given a huge increase of
interest in contact lenses.
Harold has been in practice 45
years . . . He and wife Les Lee, are
now in France and England to
study the latest developments
there in contact lenses . . . plus
attending a threelday_showing of
fashion frames in Paris . . . Les
Lee is more than just a good wife
. . . She's also Harold's buyer and
fashion consultant.
HOLIDAY GIFT Bazaar by
one of newest chapters in
Women's American ORT, Har-
mony, is this Sunday . . . 12 to 5, at
Beechwoods Recreation Center,
Beech Rd., block south of Nine
Mile . . . Gift items, including
jewelry, purses, stationery, per-
sonalized items, toys, sweatsuits,
books, etc. will be among the
variety sold to raise ORT dollars
. . . For more info, call Janet Eps-
tein, 661-4882.
DR. BURT BRENT, one the
three doctor Brents in the local
area, will participate in the plas-
tic surgery program on Channel
56, Nov. 20, 8 p.m. . . . Brother is
Dr. Robert Brent and Dad is Dr.
Morris Brent.
IN THE EARLY 1900s,
Boesky brothers, Max, Alex and
Samuel, came to the United
States from Yekaterinoslav, Rus-
sia . . . settling in Detroit .. .
From that time on, the brothers
and their families grew and
flourished, multiplying in num-
bers . . . In 1941, the first and only
family, reunion was held . . . Now,
43 years later, a second Boesky
Family Reunion will take place
. . . this Sunday, 12:30 p.m. . . . at
Meating Place Restaurant on Or-
chard Lake Road.
A family tree has been charted
by Susan Barr of all the branches
and includes people from
endeavors like restaurant own-
ers, arbitrager, public relations,
teachers, doctors, lawyers, ac-
countants, sales and the arts .. .
Those interested in meeting and
greeting their Boesky family
members, should contact Shelly
Sher Newman, 851-6034, or
Susan Newman Barr, 855-1436.
CONGRATS . . . to Janet Jaffe
. . . Fae Weinstock . . . Judy Eder
. . . Elsie Mandel . . . Lillian Burg

. . . Sidney Goodfriend and son
Robert Goodfriend . . . on their
birthdays.
WHY WAS JAY ROBERTS
and his "Nightflight" program on
WJR Radio shifted from 11:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. . . . after 25 years of
great listening? . . . The David
Newman Talk Show is a good one,
but should be put in an earlier
time slot.
Jay's "Nightflight" is much too
popular . . . and notable . . . to be
shoved into the 1 a.m. segment .. .
Many of his loyal listeners aren't
up that late . . . Jay and his show
have become somewhat of a tradi-
tion . . . so much so that listeners
are up in arms about the move.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Lillian Spoon and to Rita Lipsky.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "My sister
and I are former Detroiters. We
now live in Brooklyn, N.Y. She
subscribes to The Jewish News,
and many times gives these pap-
ers to me.
"Since I am living in New York
City since 1948, most of the names
in The Jewish News are strange to
me. I was pleaSantly surprised to
read the letter in your column by
Harry J. Gunsberg. In January
1928, I graduated froth College
High on Cass and Warren. In fact,
I was a student in that old build-
ing all during my high school
years and all during my college
years.
"I used to have a picture of our
graduating class — I don't have it
anymore. Somehow it got lost. I
presume Mr. Gunsberg is plan-
ning a reunion. When I went to
College High my name was Sadie
Finkelstein."

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Brooklyn, N.Y. 11229

LOOKING BACK .. .
Sept. 8, 1967 . . . "Susan
Glicksman, former Detroiter, was
the beautiful girl who placed
fourth in recent Miss Universe
Contest seen over TV . . . Susan
was Miss Los Angeles, and is the
daughter of ex-localites Harold
and Eve Glicksman, now living in
California."
Oct. 6, 1967 . . . "Big news of
Twyckingham subdivision in
Southfield is the hook and ladder
fire truck owned by Dave Herme-
lin and Gil Silverman . . . The big
red fire fighter is of the '30s vin-
tage and once owned by the Pon-
tiac Fire Dept. . . . It's the pride of
the neighborhood . . . especially
the kids, who take much glee in
rides given them up and down the
street by Dave and Gil . . . Im-
agine the sensation Dave caused
recently when he brought it to
Cong. Shaarey Zedek to pick up
his youngsters, plus other kids in
the driving group . . . His 2-year-
old son, Brian, is the mascot .. .
Gil recently took the fire truck out
to Roeper City and Country Day
School where his 3-year-old son,
Eric, became a hero as 20
youngsters went for the ride of
their little lives."
HOUSEHOLD HINTS . . . Ink
spots are among the hardest to
remove . . . but here's a fast way to
get it done ... Simply spray a lit-
tle hair spray, and brush lightly
with a new, firm toothbrush be-
fore washing the garment in your
usual way.

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