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August 21, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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38 Friday, August 21, 1981

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Voters Asked to Repudiate
a Bigoted L.I. Candidate

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Republican Party
leader of Nassau County,
Long Island, has urged his
party's voters to "repudiate”
a Glen Cove mayoral hope-
ful labelled a "bigot" by
the incumbent mayor and
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith.
The candidate, Michael
Hansen, an official conten-
der for the Republican
nomination, has expressed
outrage in recent weeks
over "minority bloc voting"
in Glen Cove city elections
which, he said, keeps the
"majority" of citizens out of
the decision-making proc-
ess.
In a letter to selected reg-
istered Republicans, Han-
sen said citizens of Mediter-
ranean and Jewish descent
are overrepresented in Glen
Cove politics, while Nordic
and Slavic Americans are
barely represented. The
total population of Glen
Cove is 27,616, of which
3,215 are Jews.
The bulk of Hansen's
criticism seems directed
against Jews. In written
correspondence to the
Glen Cove Record Pilot, a

Stu Cassell
in Comedy Show

Comedy Capers at Staf-
ford's, Orchard Mall, will
present comedian Stu Cas-
sell 8:45 and 10:45 p.m.
today and Saturday.
Other scheduled come-
dians are: Bill Thomas from
Komedy Korners, Aug. 28
and 29: Tony Hayes, from
Giggles Comedy Club, Sept.
4 and 5; Marla Lukofsky,
from New York's Improv
and Los Angeles Comedy
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Uncle Dirty, from the Los
Angeles Comedy Store and
Toronto's Yuk Yuks.
Open mike night is held 9
p.m. Thursdays. For reser-
vations, call Stafford's
851-8952.

Archives Plan
Art Auction

The Archives of Ameri-
can Art, a bureau of the
Smithsonian Institution,
will have an art auction 8
p.m. Sept. 9 in the Detroit
Athletic Club dining room,
second floor.
Jewelry to be sold in the
auction can be previewed
noon-5 p.m. Sept. 1 and 2 at
Somerset Mall. The preview
will be extended to 1-4 p.m.
and 6-8 p.m., during a
wine-and-cheese reception,
on the day of the auction.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call the archives office
in the Detroit Institute of
Arts, 226-7544.

Singing Dolls
in OP Concert

The Singing Dolls will
sing in concert 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Oak Park Major
Park, as part of the city's
concert in the park series.
Admission is free, and in
case of rain, the concert will
be held at Oak Park High
School.

community newspaper,
Hansen said "Zionism is
analogous to Nazism"
and that "We should pay"
the plane fare of Jews
wishing to move to Israel
from America.
In a poll accompanying
his voter letter, about half of
Hansen's questions dealt
with issues such as taxes
and sanitation. The re-
mainder asked such things
as: "Are you sick and tired of
seeing your people kept out
of the decision-making
process?" and "Do you be-
lieve that the priorities of
Nordics are different from
those of Mediterraneans?"
Hansen, not given more
than a slim chance to win
the election, is trying to un-
seat Republican incumbent
Alan Parente. "He is at-
tempting to divide and
polarize this community by
raising the banner of
bigotry and he is going to be
repudiated," Parente said.
The ADL had urged
Joseph Margiotta, chair-
man of the Naussau Repub-
lican Committee, to de-
nounce Hansen to send "a
warning to other bigots that
they cannot use the party as
an outlet for their bigotry."
Margiotta issued a
statement last week in
which he said it is a "deplor-
able situation when a can-
didate would use race, creed
or religion as their main
issue to further their cam-
paign. I urge Republicans to
repudiate his candidacy by
electing Parente."

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Stafford's Kids Cabaret
will present Checkers, the
magic clown, 1 p.m. Satur-
day at its Orchard Mall lo-
cation.
Luncheon is served, and a
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For reservations, call
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MD Telethon

Benefits Begin

Efforts on behalf of the
Jerry Lewis Labor Day
Telethon to benefit muscu-
lar dystrophy research are
in full swing throughout the
metropolitan area.
The telethon will run
from 8:30 p.m. Sept. 6 to
6:30 p.m. Sept. 7 and will be
aired locally on Channel 2.
In conjunction with the
drive, the Williams Beauty
Academy, 13252 Michigan,
Dearborn, will have a cut-
a-thon Sunday and Aug. 30.
For details, call the
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