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January 18, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, January 18, 1980

Spanish Party
Backs Israel Tie

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

MARV BROOKS;
former Detroiter son of loca-
lite Mae Brooks, is the voice
behind Washington, D.C.'s
Capital Centre public ad-
dress system ... for its Bul-
lets basketball and Capitals
hockey teams He's the
voice everybody hears but
nobody sees since the Capi-
tal Centre's first day.
When Mary went to
Washington in 1964, he was
a disc jockey for WPGC
radio ... moving on in 1968
with WMOD radio, now
known as WMZQ, with old-
ies and rock 'n roll music . .
Marv's voice has been heard
from Africa to Asia as well
. . entering the Voice of
America radio broadcast
network after WMZQ.
Mary also does pre-game
radio shows for the Wash-
ington Bullets.
CONGRATS ... to Rose
and Jay Golman ... on their
45th anniversary.
RUTH WEISS (Harold),
president, Dept. of Michi-
gan Ladies Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, is
justly proud of her organiza-
tion for their work during
the recent holidays ... with
gifts, refreshments and
entertainment ... Ann
Arbor Veterans Hospital
was serviced by the Bale
Post and Auxiliary ... The
Allen Park Veterans Hospi-
tal is serviced on a monthly
basis by the Ladies Dept... .
The Battle Creek Veterans
Hospital greeted the Ladies
Auxiliary of Lt. Roy F.
Green Post, who came with
fresh fruit, clothing. etc. de-
livered personally to over
800 patients.
Much of the funds to serv-
ice hospitalized and needy
veterans are gathered by
the JWV who sell poppies.
A night of games to raise
more money will be 7:30
p.m. Jan. 26, at the JWV
Memorial Home, 16990 W.
12 Mile Rd. ... For more
info, call Ruth at 544-3744,
or Betty Spinner, senior
vice president in charge, at
the JWV office, 559-5680.
CITY OF HOPE
Businessmen's Group has a
new name and new
president . . . It is now
known as the Greater De-
troit City of Hope Group .
and Andrew R. Miller suc-
ceeds Gerald L. Portney
with the gavel.
BELATED • CON-
GRATS ... to Marilyn and
Meyer Cohen ... on their
33rd anniversary.
STILL A FULL TIME
housewife and mother,
Maryann Zukosky (Bob), is
also somewhat of a full-time
shopper (comparison, that
is.)
Her paperback book,
"Discount Shopper's Direc-
tory," has over 500 listings
of where, when and how to
find the beat discount and
bargains in high quality
clothes, shoes, stoves, eye-
glasses, etc. in the Detroit
area.

-

Even belly dancing, disco
dancing or parties and fur-
niture ... If the bookstore in
your neighborhood hasn't
the 1980 edition, call
Maryann at 542-8925 and
find out where to get one.
JANUARY BIRTH-
DAY party by Crescent
Shrine Club will be 6:30
p.m. Monday at Hamilton
Place on Southfield Rd. .
Special cake and
candlelighting ceremonies,
plus toast to all the celeb-
rants will go along, with
each one getting a colored
portrait taken by the Cres-
cent Club photographer .
Harry Kramer is president
and Robert Harris
entertainment chairman.
HAVE YOU HEARD
THIS one? . . . told to a
reader by Sidney Bertin,
local insurance man and
horse breeder ...
Son comes home from He-
brew school . . . Father
asks him "Nu? What did
you learn today from the
rabbi?" . . . Son, "He's teach-
ing me the Kadish." .. .
Father rushes down to see
the rabbi and exclaims,
"What's the matter with
you? Why are you teaching
my son the Kadish? I'm
only 32 years old!" ... The
rabbi replies, "Don't worry
—by the time he learns how
to recite it you'll be a very
-old man."
LOOKING BACK On
Columns Of Yesteryears...
MAY 5, 1961 . . . "Toward
the end of last summer, Leo
Kaplan broke his elbow
while playing softball at the
Bert School field and wore a
cast for six weeks This
year, wife Shirley warned
him not to play any ball yet,
and even Dr. Harold Gehr-
ing told him to take it very
easy ... The first game of
the season came and Leo,
sneaking out of the house
without Shirley knowing it,
was back at his shortstop
position at the same Bert
Field ...
The first ball pitched
came straight at Leo ... He
stuck out his bare hand and,
you guessed it, Leo's back in
a cast again, only this time
he starts the season with it
on.

AJC Director
Condemns UN

NEW YORK — Sidney
Liskofsky, director of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's division of interna-
tional organizations and a
program consultant to the
Jacob Blaustein Institute
for Human Rights, has con-
demned the failure ofa_he
United Nations to pass a
proposed declaration
against religious discrimi-
nation and intolerance. The
proposal has been under
consideration for the past 20
years. Liskofsky issued his
statement at a recent UN-
ESCO sponsored conference
in Bangkok, Thailand.

NEW YORK L.- The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has welcomed the action
of the Alianza Popular
party in Spain, calling for
the establishment of full
diplomatic relations be-
tween Spain and Israel.
Bertram H. Gold, AJ-
Committee executive vice
president, declared that the
establishment of such dip-
lomatic ties would be a
"demonstration of the
Spanish regime's desire to
move toward greater
democracy by normalizing
Spanish ties with the one
true democracy in the Mid-
dle East, Israel."
He added that the crea-
tion of these ties "would be
consonant with the position
of the European Common
Market countries that
Spain hopes to join," and
expressed the hope that the
action of the Alianza Popu-
lar would be emulated by
other parties and groups in
Spain.

Israelis Improve
Living Standard

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Despite high inflation, Cen-
tral Bureau of Statistics re-
ports show that the Israeli
standard of living continues
to improve.
Some 15 years ago, only
28 percent of Israelis owned
washing machines. In 1979,
72 percent owned them. In
1969, the percentage of Is-
raelis who owned auto-
mobiles was 7.5 percent.
That figure rose to 33 per-
cent in 1979.
Nearly all homes now
have electric refrigerators
and 90 percent have televi-
sions.

Heart Disease
Leading Factor

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The Israel Health Ministry
has released data for the
year 1977 which shows that
heart disease continues to
be the leading cause of
death in Israel.
In 1977, Israel had 6,224
deaths attributed to heart
disease and 4,259 attrib-
uted to cancer.
Other statistics showed
that the overall death rate
for men was 78 per 10,000
compared to 66 per 10,000
for women. There were 145
suicides by men, compared
to 77 for women.

Eitan Criticized

TEL AVIV — The Labor
Party's Yosef Sarid has
asked Chief of Staff Gen.
Rafael Eitan to tone down
his remarks following an
interview in the armed
forces magazine.
Eitan was quoted as say-
ing, "Should the Soviets at-
tack us, our army will lick
them."
Sarid said Israel paid for
its over-confidence in the
1973 Yom Kippur War and
asked Eitan to "drop his
big-mouth policy."

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mankind; they will learn at
no other.

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