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July 02, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Orthodox Rabbinic Leader
Calls for Nuclear Freeze

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

40.

SEEING SCENES .. .
Edith Hoffman at the mike
belting out songs as hubby
Bernie looks on adoringly
. . . Edith and Bernie re-
cently became
grandparents for the eighth
time . . . Frankie Selmon
wearing a tie . . . Turk
Prujansky singing at Jakks
before leaving town . . . Did
a couple of his songs, "I Love
You, I Love You" and "Don't
Cry on My Shoulder" .. .
Selma Chase had a birthday
cake for him . . . "Better late
than never" says Selma .. .
Turk's birthday was in
April . . . Lou Miller of
Domestic Linen letting
nothing stop him from visit-
ing his 90-year-old mother,
Rebecca, in Lahser Hills
Nursing Home three times
a week.
BEST WISHES ... for
speedy recovery to Shirley
Sitner . . . just out of
Botsford Hospital.
MARLA (KUHN)
WEISS 353-2454 evenings
. . . is the gal to call for Oak
Park High's. 10-year reu-
nion class of '73.
CONTINUING A
TRADITION established
many years ago; Perfection
Lodge will again have a
planned trip for brothers,
family and friends . It's
set for Oct. 14 through Oct.
22 . . . with three nights in
Washington, D. C., three
nights in New York and two
nights in Atlantic City.
Full refund will be giVen
for cancellation at any time
prior to departure . . . with
no reason needed . . . Con-
tact Shep Schuldinger,
548-4741.

MIKE 'MILLER ' host of
the Mike Miller Show,
Mondays through Fridays,
5:30 a.m.-9 a.m. on WXYZ
Newstalk Radio, will be
guest host this Tuesday on
TV Channel 7's "Kelly and
Company."
Before coming here, Mike
hosted and narrated an
hour documentary for the
Jewish Community Serv-
ices in Hartford, Conn. . . . It
was a telethon fund raiser
. . . with the show's title
being "Remembering Is Not
Enough."
Mike lives in Farmington
Hills with wife Peggy and
their daughter Stephanie.
LOUIS MARSHALL
.Bnai Brith Lodge "reunion"
is set for Aug. 8-17 .. .
That's when four couples
will get together here .. .
Dave and Jerry Katzman
from Florida, Bob and
Rhoda Franklin from
Florida, Morrie and Bert
Yaras from Los Angeles and
Eddie and Ann Elias of Oak
Park . . . Morrie and Bert
will also visit his sister,
Mary, and brother-in-law
Bill Kideckel, Oak Parkers,
at whose home they'll be
staying . . . Morrie and
Rhoda will be able to celeb-
rate their birthdays to-
gether . . . both fall in
AuEust.

HENRY FORD HIGH
graduating classes of
January and June 1973
have their reunion set for
Sept. 17, 1983 . . . but lots of
gray hair in trying to locate
750 people . . . Call Lori
Spallone, 348-7824, or Dodi
Varhol, 538-1934.
50th WEDDING An-
niversary for Rose and Ben'
Greenberg . . . will be feted
July 11 . . with a 12:30 p.m.
Sunday shindig at Bonnie
Brook Country Club.
JULY 17 is soon-to-be
date of "The People.in 1977"
five-year reunion of South-
field - Lathrup High
graduating class . . . at
Kingsley Inn on Woodward
in Bloomfield Hills . . . Call
Herb Scott after 6 p.m. at
557-9258. •
WORLD'S MOST EX-
PENSIVE material is now
at Steve Petix Clothiers on
Southfield Road. . . . Silk
and cashmere by England's
Holland and Sherry . . . The
very elegant cloth is for both
men and women.
THERE ARE four ten-
ants so far at The
Boardwalk on Orchard
Lake Rd. near 15 Mile . . .
Lufino's, Shayna, B and H
Travel and Clothespin.
Lufino's is made up of
people from top salons .. .
who wanted to 'be in on the
Boardwalk excitement.
.Interest continues to
mount in anxious waiting
for the 5,000 feet Stage
deli-restaurant scheduled
to open. •
WONDER IF A group
was formed by George
Cooper . . . of folks in-
terested in general avia-
tion? . . . Owning own air-
craft, renting one or just
talking about it . . . much
like people whose interest is
in boats and boating .. .
George can be contacted at
851-3362.
SINCE SOME interest
has been shown by Perfec-
tion Lodge members in hav-
ing a daytime place to in-
formally meet other than
the regular meetings, ar-
rangements have been
made for each Wednesday,
12 noon, at MCL Cafeteria
in Tel-12 Mall . . . Guys will
pick up their own tab .. .
For more info, call Manny
Helfman, 535-5256.

Jewish Museum
for Frankfurt

BONN — Frankfort city
officials plan to convert the
Rothschild Palace into a
Jewish museum housing
photographs, paintings,
literary works and cultural
objects from the city's 800-
year-old Jewish commu-
nity. 3
original
Frankfurt's
Jewish museum was closed
by the Nazis in 1938, but
most of its exhibits were re-
covered after the war. Many
of them now reside in the
National Museum in
Jerusalem and the Jewish
Museum in New York.

SPRING GLEN, N.Y.
(JTA) — The newly elected
president of the Rabbinical
Council of America (RCA)
became one of the first Or-
thodox leaders to call for a
nuclear freeze "under
guaranteed protection for
our country's potential to
maintain our effective de-
terrent posture."
Rabbi Gilbert Klaper-
man, a special professor of
law at Hofstra University,
and spiritual leader of
Cong. Beth Shalom in
Lawrence, Long Island, also
said that he doubted that
the United States "can
negotiate with the Russians
to achieve total nuclear dis-
armament with- foolproof
safeguards and controls.

"The USSR is too devious
and untrustworthy to be
entrusted with the security
of our country. But if we
cannot reach nuclear dis-
armament we must seek a
nuclear freeze under
guaranteed protections for
our country's potential to
maintain our effective de-
terrent posture."
Klaperman did not attend
the 46th national conven-
tion at the Homowack Hotel
because of the death June
18 of his wife, Mrs. Libby
Klaperman. His coments
were read at the convention
in a message he had pre-
s pared before the gathering.

God is not mentioned in
the Megillat Esther.

Friday, July 2, 1982 29

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