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January 29, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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Friday, January 29, 1982 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

MARTY FELDMAN

had an idea . . . and it took
35,000 square feet to
achieve it . . . The former
other half of James-Martin
Chevrolet had many
thoughts about economic
conditions . . . and this is
where his idea came into
being . . . Why not have a
place to keep people's Gen-
eral Motors cars in good
shape until they get ready
to buy a new one?
April 21, 1981, Marty
broke ground on property he
bought in Novi . . . on Grand
River . . . about a mile east
of 12-Oaks Mall . . . and
opened his ultra modern
building, Nov. 1, 1981 .. .
called Marty Feldman
Chevrolet.
Being so doge to 12-Oaks
Mall, Marty has folks drop
off their car . . . gives them
transportation to and fro .. .
or they can relax in the
modern waiting lounge of
his new car, used car, serv-
ice etc. emporium.
That's a great idea Marty
has . . . with economy the
way it is . . . and little doubt
that the people he helps out
will buy their new Chevy
from him when the time
comes.
THIS WEEKEND is
Sholem Aleichem's 19th
annual Art Show and Sale
at Shenandoah Country
Club on Walnut Lake Rd.
between Farmington and
Drake Rds.
Tonight, 8 to 10 p.m., is
"Sip & Shop" night . . . To-
morrow evening, original
art prizes donated by ex-
hibiting artists will be
awarded.
This is Sholem Aleichem
Institute's main fund-
raising event of the year .. .
(Friday and Saturday 11 to
10 and Sunday 11 to 5).

at Henry Ford Hospital .. .
Don't know how, but bug got
deep into a cheekbone.
EDIE FISHER, popular
northwest manicurist, is
now at Tel-12 Barber Shop
in Tel-12 Mall.

NO, MAX HORENS-
TEIN hasn't moved to
California . . . The former
owner of Max's Delicatessen
is still living in Southfield.
PLAUDITS ... to Bernie
Mond and Herman Weber-
man . . . Their work with
the food at Knights of
Pythias, Detroit 55 shindigs
is worthy of praise . . . Re-
cent installation of Jim
Madden as new chancellor
commander, and his offi-
cers, brought members ga-
lore to eat the fare provided
by them . . . no charge . . .
Bernie's gravy is his own
well-kept secret.
BELATED CON-
GRATS . . . to Ed Miller
. . . on birthday number 74
. . . Folks lose trying to
guess his age . . . To Ben
Gorney on 89th birthday
that no one would believe.
EVER-PRESENT
SIGHTS . . . Dave Rubin
and Irving "Bizon" Golds-
tein . . . with those cigars
lit or unlit always jutting
out of their mouths.
JUDGE AL BETZ, of
36th District Court, is
learning to speak Spanish
. . . Went to Acapulco and
says he'll know the lan-
guage when he can under-
stand the great disc jockeys
there . . . Ask Al about his
watching a pro football
game with Spanish com-
mentary.
FIVE FELLOWS at the
breakfast table one morn-
ing . . . with Al Berman the
only gent not wearing a tie
. . . Asked why, furniture
rep.
Iry Silk said, "He's the
GALS TO CONTACT
for Jewish National Fund only one going to work."
RENAISSANCE top 40
Kickoff Luncheon Auction,
March 18, at Oakland dance band opens this Mon-
Community College, Or- day through Feb. 13 . . . at
chard Ridge campus . . . are Dewey's in Michigan Inn
Toby Chudnow, 661-1253, . . . No cover, with the
evenings . . . or Donna group appearing Mondays
Sklar, 477-3221 . . . They'll through Saturdays.
LEAH BAUM is the gal
take care of gift donation
pickups for the auction .. . hitting those high notes at
from restaurant dinners to local social events and piano
bars. •
Caribbean vacations, etc.
REUNION DEPT.. . . If
FORMER NORTH-
you were a member of the WEST eatery owners Joan
Central High Class of 1942 Wong, Men Ying and Chow
(January or June) . . . call Yuet Wong have. opened
Phyllis (Berkowitz) Abel, Dynasty Restaurant across
851-4230; or Edythe (Bonin) from GM Tech Center on
Rosner, 968-1973 . . . The Van Dyke between 121/2 and
40th reunion is scheduled 13 Mile.
for Oct. 2 at Fairlane
Manor.
WOMAN COMES into Exchange Visit
)Specialty Printing Co. on
JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Coolidge, Oak Park, every
year just for one of those free The first Egyptian youth
calendars owner Nate Peiss delegation to Israel is visit-
gives away . . . nothing else ing for a week as part of a
. . . This year, Nate ran out bilateral education agree-
of them . . . and the woman ment signed last year. The
stormed away . . . vowing 60 Egyptian high school
never to come to his place pupils will be guests of some
60 Israeli students, who are
again for a free calendar!
GET WELL WISHES to pay a reciprocal visit to
... to Harry Weintraub .. . Egypt in one month.

PARTIES UP TO 200

Ex-Argentine
Jewish Leader
Hits Timerman

LONDON — Jacobo
Timerman's criticism of
DAIA, the organization re-
presenting the Jewish
community in Argentina,
has drawn an angry re-
sponse from the immediate
past president of that organ-
ization.
Nehemias Resnizky has
charged the former Argen-
tine publisher with "defa-
mation" for asserting that
DAIA has neither de-
nounced anti-Semitic ac-
tivities in Argentina nor
publicly defended Zionism.
Timerman, who is Jewish,
was held captive by the
military junta for more than
two years before being ex-
pelled from the country and
settling in Israel.
Resnizky said the organ-
ization has opposed any
manifestation against the
interests and the prestige of
the Jewish community and
that DAIA always publicly
denounced anti-Jewish in-
cidents in Argentina. Re-
snizky also claimed that
DATA took part in a "relent-
less effort to achieve
Timerman's release" follow-
ing his arrest.

BB Will Cite
Britain's Sieff

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith International will
honor Great Britain's Lord
Sieff with its President's
Gold Medallion for
Humanitarianism.
Presentation of the award
to the chairman of the board
of Marks & Spencer, Brit-
ain's largest department
store chain, will be made
March 7 in New York.
Lord Sieff is chairman of
the board of governors of the
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, vice president of the
Policy Studies Institute,
president of the Anglo-
Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and vice president of
the Joint Israel Appeal.

Heritage Center
Opens at BGU

BEERSHEVA (JNI) —
The need to cement the
unity of the Jewish people
by deepening studies of
Sephardi heritage was re-.
peatedly stressed at the re-
cent opening of the J.R.
Elyachar Center for Studies
in Sephardi Heritage at
Ben-Gurion University.
In presenting Col. Elya-
char, for whom the center is
named, with an honorary
fellowship, BGU President
Shlomo Gazit expressed the
national need for "absorb-
ing the best of all cultures
into a developing and dis-
tinctive Israeli culture," as
recognized by a Knesset rul-
ing in 1977.

Patient Vacation

NEW YORK — Kiryat
Sanz Laniado Hospital in
Israel is making ar-
rangements to allow per-
sons with chronic kidney
disease to use its kidney
dialysis machines while vis-
iting Israel.

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$2.95

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