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March 12, 1965 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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Newman's 2=Year , Old Spartan Dodge
Expands to New Facilities in Pontiac

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SPARTAN DODGE'S NEW FACILMES

Two years and nearly 2,100 car
deliveries after opening for bus-
iness, Spartan Dodge, Inc., will ex-
pand to new facilities in a new
location at 855 Oakland, Pontiac,
it was announced by Paul New-
man, president of the Dodge car
and truck dealership.
Ground breaking for the show-
room, service building and used
car plaza, -occupying over 75,000
square feet, is scheduled for late
March.
The new location will feature
full-length show-room windows, a
terazzo floor, modern decor, and a
special lighting system to give
prominent display to new cars and
trucks. The investment is valued at
close to $250,000.
A fashionable customer lounge
with television and reading mate-

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NEW YORK (JTA) — The Mat-
sushita Electric Corp. declared
that under no circumstances would
it permit any of its 40 companies
to yield to the threats or pressures
of the Arab boycott office.
The announcement came in an-
swer to a published report that
the multimillion - dollar Japanese
complex had refused to engage in
trade relations with Israel.
In a letter to the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith, K. Iso-
mura, president of the Matsushita
Corp. of America, said company
policy is to "sell to anyone, any-
where in the world, regardless of
any individual country's boycotting
policies."
This policy, he asserted, applies
to each of Matsushita's 40 separate
divisions. Furthermore, Isomura
went on to say, Matsushita "will
be pleased to negotiate directly
with representatives of Israeli pur-
chasers." He attributed the boycott
report to "misunderstandings
which arise from language barri-
ers."
In regard to one special charge,
that Matsushita had refused to sell
its dishwashers, he explained, they
are not being exported to any
country as yet but are manufac-
tured only for domestic sale in
Japan.

Try and Stop Me

By

1-1NE

BENNETT.CERF



MONTREAL (JTA) — J e w i s h
residents of Cote St. Luc were re-
ported to have joined in a petition
opposing rezoning of a section of
the area to permit building of a
girl's school by the Lubavitcher
community.
Sponsors of the project, repre-
senting the Lubavitcher movement,
have applied to Cote St. Luc offi-
cials for rezoning for the projected
school. It would provide a dormi-
tory for 60 girls and classrooms for
300. The Beth Rivkah school for
girls would move to the new prem-
ises.
The site for the proposed school
is in an area currently zoned only
for residential buildings. Under the
law, the authorities could not ap-
prove any rezoning if more than
10 owners of property adjoining a
site object.
Organizers of the opposition
claimed that more than 200 signa-
tures have been obtained, most of
them Jewish.
Those opposed to the projected
school contend that the pupils
would not be from the area of
the school and that the building
would not provide any benefit or
service to residents of the area.
For that reason, they contended,
there would be no justification
for removing from the Cote St.
Luc tax tolls more than $300,000
of potential tax-paying property.
Another reason cited was that
the children would have to be
moved daily by bus to and from
their homes to the school and that
this would add considerably to the
traffic congestion in the area.
There are a new Catholic school
and a new Jewish Peretz school
in the area now.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 12, 1965-11

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OF PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON'S favorite
'kJ stories concerns the Southerner who maintained that
the only reason the South lost the Civil War was that those
"damyankees would n't
fight with broomsticks."
His response to over-
flattering i n t r oductions
frequently approximates,
"That's the second best
send-off I've ever re-
ceived. The first best hap-
pened in the thirties when
I went to a meeting in
South Texas. The man
who was supposed to in-
troduce me failed to show
up—so I introduced my-
self."



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Dr. Morris Fishbein tells about a little boy, visiting a little

who pointed to her mother's bathroom scale and asked, "What's
that?" The little girl answered, "All I know is you stand on. it
and it makes you mad!"
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*
At a recent international bridge tournament in New York, a
team representing Brazil was scheduled to meet an Australian
team. An interpreter appeared to inquire if his services would
be needed. "You needn't bother," one of the Brazilian players
assured him. "All of us—on both teams—speak Hungarian!"
1964, by Bennett Cerf. Distributed by King Features Syndicate

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Jews in Montreal Suburb
Opposed to Rezoning for
Hassidic School Building

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rials will be located between the
show room and service area.
According to Newman, Spartan
Dodge will be
completely
re-equipped with
the most modern::.
car and truc k ;;
service and bump:
shop machinery. :
The service de-'
partment will in-
clude heavy
truck repair
stalls, a tune-up
department, and
Newman
a full-length spray-paint booth and
bake oven.
The dealership opened its doors
Jan. 10, 1963 with seven employes.
The new facility is expected to
employ 50 persons before the end
of this year.
Newman, immediate past pres-
ident of the Pontiac Automobile
Dealers Association, has had more
than 30 years' experience in the
retail automobile sales and serv-
ice business. He resides at 25864
Filmore Pl., Southfield, with his
wife Frances and 17-year-old son,
Robert.
Newman also announced that his
son Henry has joined the dealer-
ship. Starting his career with Life
Magazine in September 1961, Hen-
ry was promoted to assistant sales
manager withtin six months. In
1963 he was again promoted to
city manager for Los Angeles, and
then Florida state district manag-
er with headquarters in Miami.
He resigned to join his father's
rapidly expanding organization.
Henry resides at the Northgate
Apartments, Oak Park, with his
wife Linda.

Japanese-American Firm
Denies Yielding to Arab
Threats in Letter to ADL

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