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November 11, 1977 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 11, 1977 29

Danny Raskin's

Chilean Asserts
Jews Are Satisfied

LISTENING

SANTIAGO, Chile (ZINS)
— According to - Gil Sinay,
president of the Representa-
tive Committee of Chilean
Jewry, relations between
the 30,000 Jews of Chile and
the government are very
good, with no obstacles to
cultural, religious and Zion-
ist activities. Sinay also
believes that relations
between the Chilean govern-
ment and Israel are better
now than under Salvador
Allende.

POST

WALL-TO-WALL people
came out for the celebrity
tournament opening the Bil-
liard Bash for Easter Seals
aiding crippled children...A
big pat on the back to ace
publicity gal, among the
very best indeed, Joyce
Thomas, whose amazing
charisma and vitality in
whatever endeavor she
tackles is little short of
remarkable... Honestly,
we've never met anyone
quite like her in the world of
fund-raising publicity.
We may have beaten Free
Press columnist Bob Tal-
bert in our eight-ball
match...but he sure made
the best shot of the evening
on any table... and it was
worth a big hoopla from
Bob plus everyone else
around...Even tournament
guest "Minnesota Fats"
would have been envious of
Bob's great shot.
Hats off also to hard
workers Bob Mullen,
tourney coordinator, and
Ray Abrams, tournament
consultant...Also, at any of
Ray's Cushion 'n Cue spots,
Oak Park, Livonia or Allen
Park, with special slips,
people play for an hour, and
half of the money is contrib-
uted for the benefit of the
crippled kiddies.
LOTS OF GALS will miss
Allen Lover when he moves
away, but wife Esther isn't
jealous...she's moving with
him...The popular women's
hair stylist and his family
(they have seven children)
will be or already are new
residents of Phoenix, Ariz.

SAMUEL GOLD-
BERGER, former Detroit

resident for 65 years, cele-
brated his 90th birthday
recently in Los
Angeles...Celebration was
given at home of his daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Elsie
and Bob Rome.
It must have been quite
beautiful...with his other
daughter and son-in-law,
Gladys and Alex Speyer,
and Sam's son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Joe and Ann
Gaynes...plus his grand-
children, great-grand-
children and friends gath-
ered for this wonderful
occasion.
MAIL DEPT... "Note to
State Rep. Joe Forbes. Why
are the lobbyists so strong
that we're still waiting for
them to pass laws to seal
gravel trucks with
tops?...Are they waiting for
a child to lose an eye or a
family to get driven off the
road? Certainly something
should be done to seal the
tops of gravel trucks!" B.T.

BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS...to our wife,

Frieda...and to Al Dubin of
Luster Cleaners.

ANNIVERSARY CON-
GRATS...to Al and Ed

Bunin on number 43.

NEW OWNERS of Sabra
Travel in the Tel-Ex Shop-
ping Center are Joe Sacco
and Larry Zamler...With a
name like that, imagine the
great bet its former owner
missed by not having trips
to Israel....You can bet your
boots that Joe and Larry
won't pass this by!

AN INTERESTING

innovation is that of being
able to show the Bar Mitzva
or party you gave...to folks
via your television
set...Even if movies were
taken, company called Sarif
Video Sales & Service in the
Honeywell Bldg. transfers
them for everyone's pleas-
ure in front of the
tube...Just like having your
affair on television...quite a
thing.

REGARDS FROM...Sam

Ginsburg in Los
Angeles... "Time and years
sure pass by. I was 65 on
Oct. 30th. Yetta made me a
birthday dinner at the
Beverly Hilton El Escofia
Room: Some of my former
Detroit honor guests were
Lee and Sid Hudson, Lil
Dictor, Pauline and Sid Stol-
ler, Shirley Meyers and my
family. My sister, Midge
and brother-in-law Leo
Glantz came in from San
Francisco.
"We are all looking for-
ward to Las Vegas for Sid
Hudson's big day, March 22,
receiving his award. We are
so happy for him.
"P.S. Max Winston cele-
brated his 62nd birthday on
Oct. 30 also."
ELAINE LEWIS is on the
advisory board of Claregate
College - in London, Eng-
land...which specializes in
para-psychology (study of
man, including origin, abili-
ties, e.s.p. and related
subjects).
Elaine has been going
there the last five years for
periods of time...and next
spring will receive her bac-
calaureate in metaphysics.
Hubby Sol will receive his
doctorate in para-psychol-
ogy in the fall of 1978...Sol's
affiliation has been over
seven years...teaching here
in Michigan as an affiliate
of Claregate Col-
lege...expanded awareness
(to open up man's mind to
his true identity and the
potential of which he is only
using a small portion)
...Sol's doctorate thesis is
"The Continuity of Life",
meaning we were, we are
and we will be again.

Katzir to Quit

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —Prof.
Ephraim Katzir has told
friends he is not a candidate
for a second term as presi-
dent of Israel, according to
the newspaper Ma'ariv.
Katzir wants to return to his
scientific work at the Weiz-
mann Institute.

JP

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Israel to Note
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JERUSALEM (JTA) An
international science sym-
posium will be convened
here in March, 1979 to cele-
brate Albert Einstein's 100th
birthday. The 10-day sym-
posium will include subjects
ranging from recent devel-
opments in, physics to Eins-
tein's impact on contempo-
rary thought and culture.



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