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June 28, 1985 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-28

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Friday, June 28, 1985

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ONE HAD TO ATTEND the
party to learn a lesson on "How to
be family-oriented" writes Sandy
Shore, who attended recent 50th
anniversary of Sarah and Irving
Pitt . . . by their children and
spouses, Murray and Janine Pitt,
Barry and Ina Pitt and Leonard
Pitt . . . Rabbi Robert Syme and
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel did a "This Is Your Life"
narrative, says Sandy, on the
wonderful and humble Sarah and
Irving, who were "remarried
again."
Daughter-in-law Janine wrote
and sang a song dedicated to
Sarah and Iry . . . all the children
spoke, as well as the grand-
children . . . Sandy tells of each
son standing in front of the
"mike" giving their resume of a
beautiful life style that oozed of
family togetherness . . . They
then presented their parents with
medals of solid gold . . . in a very
touching ceremony.
MARK FELDMAN, son of Cy
Feldman, takes his internship at
William Beaumont Hospital .. .
specializing in internal medicine
. . . Fie graduated in June from
Wayne Medical School.
CONGRATS ... to Iry and
Pauline Weintraub . . . on their
50th anniversary . . . The former
Detroiters now live in Margate,
Fla. . . . (7708 Margate Blvd.,
Cluster 11 - Villa 5, Margate,
Fla. 33063).
LOOKED LIKE A doctors'
convention at recent graduation
party of Dr. Jay Howard
Sandberg . . . Invitations were
made like a prescription . . . as
guest selected own menu at
Mama Mia's, Plymouth Rd.,
Livonia . . . and 150 congratula-
tions mylar balloons floated
about ... A large picture of Jay
wearing his lab coat and stethes-
cope, with medical books and
equipment in the background,
greeted guests . . . Pens with Dr.
Jay Howard Sandberg on them,
plus date and Michigan State
College of Osteopathic Medicine
were at each place setting . . .
Graduation torte with medical
emblem, candies with Dr. J. and
many other goodies adorned a
lavish sweet table as disc jockey
Joel Samuel Lichtman kept eye-
ing going strong til 1:30 in morn.
Double celebration . . . with
Amy Lauren Sandberg reaching
the ripe young age of five . . .
Party was hosted by Jay's
mother, Marion Sandberg,
brother Philip and wife Dr. Jean
Sandberg of LaCrosse, Wis., and
brother Michael and wife Maria
Sandberg of College Station,
Texas.
WAS FIRST TIME second
and third place Grand Prix win-
ners received handcrafted 18K
gold pendants courtesy of David
Wachler & Sons Jewelers . . . The
pendant was replica of a Formula
One car on sterling silver base,
bordered in gold dangling from a
sterling silver chain . . . David
Wachler & Sons have been de-
signing and manufacturing
jewelry over 65 years.

CANTOR SHABTAI AC-
KERMAN, formerly of Cong.

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses in
West Bloomfield . . . and now of
Temple Beth Israel, Deerfield

Beach, Calif. was recently invite
by State of Israel to participate in
concert at Mann Auditorium
Jerusalem, honoring Israel's 37th
anniversary ... Concert was
broadcast and telecast through-
out the country so that all I
raelis could join in celebration . .
Also honoring Tel Aviv's 75t
anniversary as a city, an outdoor
concert was given the same eve-
ning . . . "All the streets were
decorated with Israel flags an
brightly colored bulbs were
strung along all of the streets an
there was a terrific array of
fireworks. I thought I was back i
the U.S.A. on the 4th of July,"
says Cantor Ackerman . . . Da
after the celebration, he of-
ficiated at Western Wall mem
rial services . . . and next morn-
ing in the Great Synagogue of Te
Aviv.
NANCI LANDY, daughter o
Sally Landy of Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla. . . . and granddaughter o
localites Marty and Ann Eisner
... has made her mom an
grandparents mighty proud .
She scored 47 of a possible
points on law school test . . . be-
coming among nation's top one
percent . . . Nanci attends Uni-
versity of Florida.
GET WELL WISHES ... to
Ann Eisner . . . recuperating at
home.

BARRISTER HARVE
TENNEN of Josephson, Tenne,

and Haron, has been chosen by
Citizen to Citizen Ambassador
Program to join Federal District
Judge Philip Pratt among other
distinguished persons from
around the country on a fact-
finding friendship trip to Greece
and Italy this summer . . . Ten
nen is a retired Huntington
Woods municipal judge an
former visiting judge in Re-
corder's Court.
MAIL DEPT.... "The Michi-
gan Club Reunion or `Michi-‘H
Texans' as someone dubbed us, is ;
preparing for the Seventh An-'
nual reunion bash, Saturday,.
July 27, at the Dallas Apparel
Mart in downtown Dallas. Dallas
is the fashion center for the' -]
Southwest and buyers from all
over the southern, some western
and some Midwestern states
make the trip to Big D five times
a year to purchase clothes fo:F -
their stores. The Great Hall is a
gigantic room where fabulous ,
fashion shows and other events'
are staged. The Michigan group,
is finally large enough to fill the ]
hall! What a long way we have c)
come from 50 Detroiters meeting
at Bagelstein's Deli seven years--
ago!
"The evening will feature
sit-down dinner, music with em-
phasis on Motown, of course, and-'
a drawing for two free tickets to
Detroit. All this for $20 per per- E
son and the tickets must be
bought in advance. For more in•==‘
formation, folks can write to:
Michigan Club Reunion, 2701-C,
West 15th St., Suite 211, Plano,
Texas 75075, or call Myrnac
Green, 214-233-4551 (night),
386-7585 (day); Flora Zack, 214-' -
931-0372; or Fay Schoenfeld,.,_ ,
214-867-2095.

Myrna. Green

chairperson
Michigan Club Reunion.

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