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November 18, 1977 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Begin Visit Noted

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 35)
separate attorney.
DOESN'T LOOK LIKE
the Shriners have taken
over Raleigh House after
all:.-.Talk is that the deal fell
through.
COMMOTION AMONG
members at Town & Coun-
try Club is more than just
food not being served there
as of last week.
WEDNESDAY'S TOP
JAZZ concert attraction at
Hotel Pontchartrain's Top
0' The Pontch is return
engagement of the Larry
Nozero Quartet.
REMEMBER SALLY
KLEIN of Bel-Aire Caterers
on Woodward Ave. over 25
years ago?...She's the head
hostess, trainer and ace
coordinator at Bread Basket
Deli in Lincoln Center on
Greenfield...When Bennett
Terebelo, bossman with Ron
Forman, was a tot, he used
to love to ride in the big
green Chrysler owned by
Sally and Sam...Very good
to see her again...and look-
ing so great, too.
A CHAIN OF Roman Ter-
race carry-out pasta shops
may soon be opened.
DETROIT PLAZA Hotel's
entertainment lounge, Cele-
bration, features the Forum
Delegation (who play every-
thing from "Big Band"
swing to "Boogie Disco")
and the Pat Miller
Show...Both groups alter-
nate back-to-back to provide
non-stop entertain-
ment...Their engagerrient
ends Dec. 3.
VIC CAPUTO, co-pro-
ducer and host of WJBK
TV's "Good Morning
Detroit", will be starring in
Neil Simon's Broadway
comedy, "Come Blow Your
Horn," opening tonight at-
Crackers Dinner Thea-
ter...lower level of Squire's
Table Restaurant, Walled
Lake.
This comedy is the ninth
play produced by Pierre
Turgeon and Jimmy Launce
Productions, the. dinner the-
ater professionals, and runs
until Jan. 28.
Proceeds of a dress
rehearsal yesterday went to
the Henry Ford Hospital,
West Bloomfield Branch, to
buy emergency medical
equipment, including a
cross-blood type machine.

NEW WORLDGroup has
been held over at the
Giraffe Discotheque in the
Raleigh House on Telegraph
in Southfield, Tuesday
through Sunday nights.
BACK IN 1939, Nerio Lelli
never dreamed that his
place of today would look
the way it now does...with
seating more than doubled
by a new addition...and an
indoor, valet parking
garage...
The old room is still
green, the ceiling quite low
and the place a maze of
arches, little alcoves and
tiny other rooms.

rooms.
Its 1977 owners, Irene and
Mike Lelli, still retain its
many charms and atmos-
phere in "the room that
Nerio built"...plus enlarging
the seating capacity with
another wing much more
modern and spacious...and
indoor parking that is a true
delight.
Lelli's is still on Wood-
ward, just north of Grand
Blvd...and retains the repu-
tation of having one of the
most extensive Italian
menus in town...including
private Lelli items not seen
anywhere else.

Brawl Started
at Wiesenthal Talk

RIVER GROVE. Ill.—
Three men were arrested
after a brief but bloody
brawl between Nazis and
members of an anti-Nazi
group in this Chicago
suburb.
Six uniformed Nazis were
picketing a speech by Nazi-
hunter Simon Wiesenthal at
Triton Community College,
when a club-swinging fight
started with a dozen mem-
bers of a group called the
Black and White Defense
Committee.

Extradition Ban,
Immunity Waiver
Planned for Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
The Knesset's Constitution
Committee approved a bill
that will bar the extradition
of Israeli citizens wanted
for crimes abroad. Under
the measure, such persons
will be brought to trial in
Israel.
The bill differs from one
sponsored by the Likud gov-
emment which applied the
extradition ban to crimes
committed before the offen-
der became an Israeli
citizen.
Attorney General Aharon
Barak informed the com-
mittee that the government
has since reversed its stand
and favors the provisions of
the new bill aimed at pre-
venting Jewish criniinals
from immigrating to Israel
to avoid extradition.
Meanwhile. Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Dayan said that
he was considering the wai-
ver of diplomatic immunity
for Israeli diplomats who
are ticketed for violating
traffic regulations in the
United States.
Dayan spoke in response
to a question in the Knesset
by Likud MK Hillel Seidel
who said that Israeli diplo-
mats in Washington owed
some $82.000 in unpaid fines
for traffic and parking
violations.
Dayan said the diplomats
incurred parking tickets
because of the shortage of
parking space in
Washington.

NEW YORK—The visit
last August of Israeli Prime
Minister Menahem Begin to
Romania was an elec-
trifying shock of pride to
that country's Jewish com-
munity and strengthened
relationships between the
two nations, according to
the Chief Rabbi of
Romania, Moses Rosen.
Addressing a meeting of
the European affairs com-
mittee of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith,
Rabbi Rosen said that
Begin's appearance in
Romania over a Sabbath
and his warm and dignified
reception by the govern-
ment were perceived by the
45,000 people who constitute
the Jewish community as
recognition of the state of
Israel and also of Judaism.
Rabbi Rosen pointed out
that Romanian officials
were not only attentive to
diplomatic niceties, but
scrupulous in their obser-
vance of Prime Minister
Begin's religious
requirements.
He said that care was
taken not to violate the Sab-
bath in any way and that all
meals served to Mr. Begin
and his party observed diet-
ary laws.

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