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July 18, 1986 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-18

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Lunch 11 a.m.

Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.

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SHE'S CALLED by so many
the community's ace party giver
. sort of a "Perle Mesta" with
Washington, D.C., fame.
Anne Gonte Silver's "theme"
affairs are always look-forward-
to shindigs for those invited ...
and not much disappointment.
Latest by Anne and hubby Dr.
I. Walter Silver had 60 people
celebrating four events .... at
their July 4 Statue of Liberty
funfest.
Was 46th anniversary of the
Silvers . . . daughter Johanna
Eisenberg graduated from Oak-
land University with Master of
Arts degree in divorce mediation
. . . granddaughter Wendy
Eisenberg's sweet 16 was same
day ... and party setting was
rededicating Statue of Liberty.
Four cakes each had appro-
priate inscriptions ... and most
of the guests were dressed in
red, white and blue ... Striped
"Uncle Sam" hats were supplied
by the Silvers ... and Anne
wore a crown of red, white and
blue flowers.
Centerpiece was a large-sized
reproduction of Statue of Liberty
... and almost everything was
red, white and blue decor .
balloons, streamers,. table skirt-
ings, backyard arch, flowers, etc.

Guests sang patriotic songs
. .. and Anne gave a speech she
had written for the occasion ...
even asking them to toast
August Bartholdi, father of the
Statue of Liberty ... as she
said, "We should thank our
grandparents and parents for
making it possible to live in this
wonderful land."
The American flag that flew
outside also had an historical
meaning ... It had been given
to Anne and Walter by a naval
friend ... after hanging over the
United States capitol in Wash-
ington, D.C.
A large hand-painted poster
on an easel depicted the Statue
of Liberty holding a scroll on
which the poem of Emma
Lazarus was printed in script.
Born on July 4, Wendy Eisen-
berg has an entire country
celebrating her birthday each
year.
CONGRATS ... to brother
Marvin and sister-in-law Shirley
... on their 34th anniversary
... and to Shirley ... on her
birthday.

"I AM FINALLY GOING
TO smell the roses," says Dr.

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Friday, July 18, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Felix Rosenwach ... who retired
July 1 after 46 years of medical
practice.
Felix was among the last to
cling in the "lost art" of general
practitioning ... for 34 years ...
before taking on regular hours
in emergency at Beaumont Hos-
pital, Royal Oak, six years, and
almost six at Henry Ford Hospi-
tal, Sterling Heights.
Article in Sterling Heights
Center paper of HFH heads off
item with, "A Good Friend Re-
tires ... with wishes for a long
and happy one."
Many long-time patients fol-
lowed Felix from his private
practice to Beaumont to Henry
Ford ... both those he brought
into the world ... and their par-
ents.

"Each of us in the ER (emer-
gency room) have our memories
of Dr. R., our friend, that will
bring us smiles for a long time
to come."
CONGRATS
. . .
to
daughter-in-law Bonnie Raskin
. on her birthday ... She and
son Scott live in Atlanta, Ga.
TWO NIGHTS of judicial
partying' found a couple of fine
lassies ready to battle it out for
courtroom benching . but not
against each other ... and in
completely opposite weather
patterns.
At 5000 Town Center, Judge
Susan Moiseev of 46th District
Court, Ada and Nate's pride and
joy, drew a throng as the rains
came in buckets galore ...
David Groner, Rabbi Irwin
Groner's son, talking about res-
taurants, Harry and Lois Nelson
still holding hands in public
even though August brings 31
years of marriage ... Efferves-
cent daughter Julie always
wanting to be wed at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek ... Steve Cooper,
in the running for a 46th dis-
trict seat ... Alan Ackerman,
Circuit Court Judge Alice Gil-
bert, William Brodhead ... and
so many others ... Susan was
appointed by Gov. James Blan-
chard to fill Judge Norman
Feder's post when Norm passed
on.
Chief judge of District 46, Jes-
sica Cooper, in race for Oakland
County Circuit Judgeship, had
her shindig at• gorgeous and
huge home of Robin and Morris
Margulies ... as even the mos-
quitoes enjoyed such beautiful
weather ... overlooks their
home on Walnut Lake ... with
seven bedrooms including mas-
ter with large separate walk-in
closets, exercise room, sauna,
jacuzzi, marble, glass, large
kitchen nothing like it ... Was
renovated by developer Morris
(LaMirage, Sunset Strip, Market
Street, Franklin Plaza, etc.)
from 50-year-old home ...
Leonard and Virginia Hyman,
Steve Morris, Hilbert and Jean
Sosin, Mickey Shapiro, Ben Ko-
sins, Esther Newman, Joel
Willens, Harvey Tennen, Iris.
Finsilver ... and many, many
more ... So much cheese and
fruits, Robin with plastic bag-
gies for folks to take with them.
Beautiful setting in a glamor-
ous home for a wonderful gal ....
as a pianist played background
music ... and Plaza Valet serv-
ice did a fine job parking cars
and bringing them pronto.
GET WELL WISHES . . . to
Doris Frankel.
DR. SANFORD ROTH, son
of former Detroiters living in
North Sunrise, Fla., Celia and
Leonard Roth, has been named
executive director of new school
being built in Orlando, Fla. ...
It'll be called "The Children's
School" ... for pre-school
youngsters of special needs.

Variety Show

The city of Birmingham's "In
the Park" summer concert series
will feature Vaudeville in the
Park on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
in Shain Park.

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