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February 12, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 12, 1982 29

1
Haddad Says UN Lying fl"
About Terrorists in Lebanon

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

I ,

LEAH BAUM has made
quite a transition . . . from
one extreme to another . .
When married to the late
Fred Baum, they catered at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek . . .
tasting the kugel, kishke,
egg rolls, stuffed mush-
rooms, kreplach, etc. . . .
,-- mow it's low calorie, high-
otein foods that she
claims has made a new
woman out of her . . . both
in looks and vitality.
Leah is with Quick
Weight Loss Center in West
Bloomfield . . . the place
that concentrates on ex-
tremely rapid weight reduc-
tion . . . like losing three to
seven pounds in a week . . .
through a high-protein,
low-calorie diet . . . She
has been with Quick Weight
Loss Center since it came to
Michigan three years ago
. . . and it has gotten so
popular that even a guy
from Texas comes here to
attend . . . or is it to see
Leah?
Look for her to become the
first gal to put on a weight-
loss fashion show . . . with
clothes worn before and af-
ter.

GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Al Dubin . . . of Lus-

ter Cleaners . . . recuperat-
ing at home after recent op-
eration.
BILLY FIELD (Felsen-
feld) is one of the police
gents in that new Channel .7
news promo . . . The very
popular TV commercial-ite
(Blue Cross-Blue Shield,
011ie Fretter, J. L. Hudson's
Scrooge, etc., etc., etc.) is
among the most sought-
after guys around because
of his great acting ability,
facial expressions . . . and
easiness to work with . . .
(not a lot of "take it over"
expense.)

THAT TORRID SNOW

storm couple of Sundays ago
didn't stop floods of people
from almost storming the
Detroit Bagel Factory for its
Lox Riot at Orchard Lake
Rd. and 14 Mile store . . .
It's on again this week, too
. . . with Nova lox down to
$7.95 lb. . . (also at four
other Detroit Bagel sites
with deli carry-out).
FAVORITE ONE liner
by Henny Youngman . . .
"Paying alimony is like
having the TV set on after
you've fallen asleep."
SOMETHING NEW on
the horizon is called Fash-
ion Watchers . . . with per-
sonal shopping among the
many services being offered
in a total fashion program
. . . It'll have a "Hearts of
Fashion" presentation , .
a big entertaining ex-
travaganza . . . this Sun-
day. 8 p.m. til 1:30 a.m.. .
at Sheraton-Southfield
Hotel's Grand Ballroom on
West Nine Mile . . . for
men and women . • . . Ad-
mission charge includes,
hors d'oeuvres, show, cash
bar and dancing . . . For tic-
ket info call Fashion

Watchers, 474-5572.

YOU'VE GOT TO keep
your eyes open if you're a
resident of Las Vegas says
Willie "Buffalo" Ehrlich at
the Holiday Casino . . . vis-
iting the home town here
recently . . . A lady house
owner in Vegas stepped out
of a neighborhood laun-
dromat for less than five
minutes . . and somebody
won her wash, says the josh-
ing Buffalo.
EUNICE SWAAB and
Barbara Reiner, with Cen-
tury 21 M.J.L. Transferee
Service in Farmington
Hills, have finally found out
what those initials are . . .
When the corporation was
set up, they were needed to
differentiate from the par-
ent company . . . so the four
brokers who own Century
21 used their first initials
. . . Reason there's only
three is because two have
the same name.

SCOTT'S KORNER
. . . "We had a cold spell

here in Austin, Texas. The
temperature went down to
60 degrees. University of
Texas has a school break in
March, so I'll be home for a
few days. Hope some snow is
still there. I really miss it."

GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Sue Thomason of Jax

Kar Wash on 10 Mile and
Greenfield . . . following
foot surgery.

RABBIS RECEIVE

numerous queries from
youthful members of their
congregation . . . like those
gotten by a local member of
the cloth . . . "Did you al-
ways want to be a rabbi, or
did you want to be a third
baseman like I do? . . . "Is it
permissable to wear a
mini-skirt to Yom Kippur
services?" . . . "Please an-
nounce at my Bar Mitzva
services that I would rather
not have money as a gift.
P.S. My mother made me
write this letter."
NEW HOME OF Stage
Delicatessen . . . will be
5,000 square feet at new
Boardwalk Shopping Cen-
ter . . . scheduled to open
this year . . . at Orchard
Lake and 15 Mile.

WORD IS THAT . . .

Douglas Grech of Restau-
rant Duglass . . . in the
Farrell Shopping Plaza on
Southfield . . . will open a
second restaurant in the
northwest area.

CHANNEL 2's PM
MAGAZINE, 7:30 p.m. this

Wednesday, will have a fea-
ture on Darlin' Lilly's.

Golan Pressure

JERUSALEM (ZINS)
—Druze religious leaders
on the Golan Heights, who
are opposed. to Israel's an-
nexation of the Heights, are
putting pressure on the 40
or 50 Druze who have
accepted Israeli citizenship.
The leaders are urging
that the Israeli citizens be
ostracized by families.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Maj.
Saad Haddad, commander
of the Christian militia, ac-
cused the United Nations of
lying about the number of
terrorists in its sector of
southern Lebanon.
. Haddad called a press
conference in the Israeli
border town of Metullah
last week to dispute a
statement by Timor Goksill,
a spokesman for the United
Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL), that
only about 40 unarmed
Palestinians had entered
the UNIFIL-held region.
Goksill said they were
there to oversee a local
cease-fire between rival
Palestinian and Lebanese
groups. But Haddad in-
sisted that the figure of
"only 40" was a lie and said
the explanation that they
came to keep the peace be-
tween Palestinians and
other Moslems was ridicul-
ous.

The leader of the
Israel-backed militia ac-
cused UNIFIL of allow-
ing terrorists into the
area controlled by
Senegalese and Fijian
troops.

He • alleged that the
Senegalese had been "paid
off" by El Fatah and that
other UNIFIL soldiers
"don't have the authority"
to keep terrorists out of
their sectors.
According to Haddad,
there are about 900 ter-
rorists in the region, includ-
ing Palestinians, Red
Brigade members, Pakis-
tanis and Libyans. He also
claimed the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization now

has long range ground-to-
ground missiles capable of
hitting Haifa.

Haddad seemed to be
echoing recent claims by Is-
raeli officials of a PLO mili-
tary build-up in south
Lebanon. The Israelis have
accused the Palestinians of
at least 60 violations of the
cease-fire that went into ef-
fect on the Lebanese border
last July.

Interfaith Event

NEW YORK — The third
national Southern
Baptist-Jewish scholars'
conference, sponsored
jointly by the Interfaith
Witness Department of the
Home Mission Board of the
Southern Baptist Conven-
tion and the Interreligious
Affairs .Department of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, will be held next week
at the Golden Gate Baptist
Theological Seminary in
Mill Valley, Calif.
Similar conferences were
held in 1969 at the Louis-
ville Baptist Theological
Seminary and in 1971 at
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion
in Cincinnati.

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Chateaubriand and more, plus our 25-foot Wicker
Works Salad Bar. Wines and cocktails are
available, of course. Reservations are advised,
so call 879-2100 and plan to share Saturday,
Feb. 13 or Sunday; Feb. 14 with your Valentine.
And we'll provide the complimentary Valentine
dessert for each couple purchasing dinners!

P.S. Valentine Weekend would be a great time to try our
Honeymooning weekend package (and it's not just for
Honeymooners!) Call 879-2100 for details and reservations.

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