Friday, May 24, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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QUITE A PREDICAMENT
for Dr. Michael Roth . . . Took a
spill on 10-speed Porsche bike re-
cently . . . breaking both hands
and cutting his forehead . . . Went
to nearest phone and when wife
Linda answered, asked to speak to
their son Robert . .. She knew
something was wrong . . . and fi-
nally got him to tell what hap-
pened . . . They both came and
took Mike to the hospital . . . then
called plastic surgeon friend Dr.
Marshall Shapiro . . . who put his
hands in casts and fixed up the
forehead . . . Mike is an obstetri-
cian and gynecologist.
CONGRATS . . . to Henrietta
Grad . . . on her 75t11 birthday.
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WW1 N AMAWMAAMARAM NVAMe•VMWIN
IT'S TAKEN WYN AND
HAROLD Landis 30 years to
have a new picture taken .. .
That's how long the popular cater-
ing and consultant duo, celebrat-
ing their 30th year, have been ad-
vertising in The Jewish News.
CONGRATS . . . to Karen and
Sandy Linden . . . on their 10th
- TIME AGAIN FOR Night of
Games by Mr. and Mrs. Group,
City of Hope . . . June 4, 7 p.m., at
Roma of Bloomfield on Telegraph
. . . For info and tickets call Isa-
dore Bernstein, chairman, 474-
8938 . . . or President Max Kush-
FAMILY TREE GOES back
to 1800 . . . researched by Willie
Korman, who went to special li-
brary for this purpose in England
. . . Korman Cousin's Club, which
meets every two years, with aver-
age of 200 to 300 people, will
again be at Cambridge Hotel in
Toronto weekend of June 14-16
. . . First reunion was 1966 in
London, Ontario . . . At end of
every get-together, each person
gets replica of tree . . . If you want
to know more about a family tree
reunion or this one, call Sheila
Blum, 855-4645 . . . or Carol Kac-
CONGRATS ... to Sarah
Winokur . . . on her 87th birthday.
BAZAAR '85 by Women's
American ORT is June 2-3 . . . at
La Mirage on Northwestern .. .
Ivy Grossman is chairman of
event . . . June 2, 12 noon to 5
p.m., and June 3, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
60TH ANNIVERSARY of
Phillip's Shoes marks era in
which it has become one of the
country's largest independently-
owned shoe chains.
Beginning was in 1925 by Phil-
lip Eisenshtadt . . . on Farnsworth
and Gratiot . . . It moved to
Broadway and Gratiot . . . and is
still there . . . Phillip's sons Harry
and Norman now run the entire
operation . . . which includes
Northland, Eastland, Westland,
Southland malls, Ann Arbor,
Flint and Toledo.
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to Sadie Braver . . . on her 75th
birthday . . . Well-known concert
violinist was given birthday
brunch for about 60 guests at
Diamond Jim Brady's of South-
field . . . Son Dr. Sanford Braver
flew in from Phoenix, Ariz.
REUNION DEPT. ... Chad-
sey High grads of 1965 20th reu-
nion will be Aug. 17 at Palm River\
Room of Roostertail . . . For more
info, call Jeline Benbon, 584-
2252, or Joyce Herron, 931-7947
. . . 1964 class of Cody High has
21st birthday, Oct. 12, at new
Novi Hilton . . . Call Phyllis
Pulty, 277-0570 . . . correct phone
number for Henry Ford class of '65'
reunion in October is Paul Levine,
SINCE FIRST SON, Nicholas,
was born three years ago, to Be-
verly and David Shindel, the
hygenist at Dental Doc Larry
Haber's office hasn't played,:
baseball . . . She even used to play
ball while pregnant . . . No more,
she said . . . Now its a girl, Kim-
berly Dana, and although Bev '
didn't play while pregnant this
time, she may return to the
baseball diamond scene.
JEAN AND JOE Pomerance,
who formerly owned Capitol 1,
Drugs on Northwestern at 12 1,
Mile, have been living in Sher-
man Oaks, Calif. past 21/2 years
. . . and recently opened a
durgstore out there . . . It's called
Capitol Drugs (West) . . . Sign in ,
window of the store has attracted (1_
the attention of many ex-
Detroiters . . . It says, "Sanders
Hot Fudge Ice Cream Topping
Sold here" . . . Jean and Joe also
sell Sanders candy . . . The former
localities come in and remark, "I
can't believe my eyes." . . . Joe
says they come from all parts of
the Valley to get a little taste of
Motown . . . and reminisce about
. . . where did you live? . . . what
school did you attend? . . . do you
know so and so? . . . Jean and Joe
have been having a ball meeting
fellow Michiganders, some of
them going back to the "Darby
and Boesky eras" . . . Vernors is
already sold in California . . . "All
we need now is Faygo," write Jean
COCO'S DEPT. ... Our
French poodle arfs a great big
"Thank You!" to Vet Dr. Bill
Smaller and assistant Linda
Sherman . . . "I was hurting real „I
bad when Dr. Smaller and Linda
came after 11 p.m. in their Oak-
land Veterinarian Services hospi-
tal van. Now I feel like really
woofing it up again . . . too bad
people can't have it as good as us
dogs — with house calls at all r
hours. Thanks again,,Dr. Smaller
and Linda. I wuv you."
At Attic Theater
The Attic Theatre will extend
its run of The Sunshine Boys
through June 16. The Neil Simon
play features Rube Weiss and
Whit Vernon in the lead roles.
Performances are Thursday
and Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at
5:30 and 9 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
For ticket information, call the