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January 07, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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44 Friday, January 1, 1983

RAIOI'S JEWELERS

50%

OFF

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6670 Orchard Lake
• West Bloomfield

.

John Wise Hangs Up His Robe at 75,
With Notable Record as Arbitrating Judge

With an enviable record
which earned for him the
title the "Settling Judge,"
John Wise removed his robe
on New Year's Day, retiring
after 38 years on the bench.
This is a record for which
he is acclaimed as he
reaches his 75th birthday

.

Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Thurs. to 9

855-5460

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Orchard Lake

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• Saunas
• Showers
• Oriental
Staff
• Muscle Pressure Massage
• Private Rooms for Men & Wo,mtp,

Open Mon.-Sat., 10 irm:1
Walk in or Appolinment

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(Between Main & Sheldon)

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• ' 455.8822

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(Between 12 & 13 Mile)
Farmington Millis
553-2898

FAMILY CAMP DAY

AT CAMP MAAS (DEROY VILLAGE)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1983
9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
• Cross-country skiing (skis provided)
• Pioneer Skills
• Tobogganing (toboggans provided)
• Indoor Crafts

\• Lunch/
snack/hot chocolate •
• Hayride through the Snow

$7.00 per adult
$4.00 per child

-
Families who wish to attend must pre-register.
Call 661-0600 for application.

on Jan. 17.
As judge and community
leader, having had a role in
behalf of the Jewish Corn-
munity Council, having
served on its board and
many committees, he also
had participated in scores of
functions here,. having
taken a deep interest in
Jewish educational move-
ments and in the advance-
ment of cultural functions.
Judge Wise is a former
member of the executive
committee of the Jewish
Community Council and
served on its public rela-
tions committee for many
years. He is a former-
member of the boards of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and Detroit Serv-
ice Group; past civic af-
fairs chairman for
Greater Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and former
presiding officer of De-
troit Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He has served on many
other charitable civic
and community organ-
izations.
Judge and Mrs. Wise
have been members of Tem-
ple Beth El for more than 45
years and the judge served
on the men's club board.
Judge Wise is a life
member of the board and a
past president of the Old
Newsboys Goodfellow Fund
of Detroit and past
president of the Probus
Club and.Wayne State Uni-
versity Law School Alumni
Association. He is a founder
of Michigan ORT of Detroit
and served on its board. He
serves on the board of the
Jewish National Fund and

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Sunday 12-5

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Wed. & Fri. 10-9

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Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith.
He also is on the board of
trustees of the Traffic
Safety Association. He is a ,
member of Craftsnian
Lodge of the Masons, Scot-
tish Rite Bodies and Mos
lem Temple and chaired the
credentials committee of
the Scottish Rite Bodies.
Judge Wise received the
Scottish Rite Service Club's
Diamond Emblem in '1968
and is a 33rd Degree Mason.
Judge Wise served as
general chairman of the
Capuchin Charity
Guild's Tiger Baseball
Dinner to benefit De-
_troit's Mt. Elliott Avenue
Soup Kitchen. He has
also been chairman of the
annual Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity and Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah affairs.
In 1969, Judge Wise re-
ceived the Distinguished
Alumni Award from Wayne
State University Law
School. The judge is active
in the American, Michigan
and Detroit -Bar Associa-
tions; American Judicature
Society; National Confer-
ence of Metropolitan

Courts; Circuit Court
Committee of the State Bar,

DESIGNER
HANDBAGS

3 Days Only!
(Jan. 1, 8, 9)

JUDGE JOHN WISE

SUNDAY
12-5 p.m.

public relations committee
of the American Bar Asso-
ciation; administrative
committee *of the Wayne
County Circuit Court; and
Michigan State Bar Com-
mittee on Court Adminis-
tration and Public Rela-
tions.
Judge Wise was honored
in September 1980 on the
50th anniversary of his ad-
mission to the State Bar.
A native of Peekskill,
N.Y., Judge Wise moved to

Israeli Army
Bars Reporter •

TEL AVIV — The Israeli
army has barred the state
television's military corre-
spondent from attending a
news conference with the

retiring commander of the
air force, Maj. Gen. David
Ivri.
An army spokesman said
Dan Scemama would not be
welcome at the press con-
ference following an un-
complimentary report by
Scemama from Lebanon
last week. In response to the
army's action, other mili-
tary correspondents told the
military command here
that they would prefer not
to participate in the confer-
ence at this time.

Detroit in 1920. He was
graduated from Eastern
High School and received
his Juris Doctor degree from
Wayne State University
Law School in 1930 and was
admitted to the Bar the
same year.
He adjudicated cases
for 15 years as a referee in
the Recorder's Court
Traffic and Ordinance
Division and was elected
to the Wayne County Cir-
cuit Court Bench in April
1959. He was re-elected in
1966 and again in 1976.
During his tenure on the
Circuit Court Bench, he
served as chairman of the
Friend of the Court Com-
mittee, the Marriage Coun-
seling Committee and as a
member of the Administra-
tive Committee and the
Labor Relations Commit=
tee.

r

Activitiel

in Society

Airman and Mrs. Vic-
tor (Becky) Moss of
Colorado Springs, Colo.,
were in Oak Park this week
to celebrate the 60th birth-
day of his father, Norman A.
Moss. Also on hand to celeb-
rate, were the senior- Mr.
Moss's wife, Anita, son-in-
law and daughter, Cantor
and Mrs. Usher (Sherryl)
Adler and their children,
son David Of Lansing and
nephew Stuart Poris of New
York.

Hadassah Grant

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The National Endowment
for the Humanities has
awarded a grant of $80,000
to Hadassah toward or-
ganizing and developing its
archives, according to
Frieda Lewis, Hadassah
president.

BRIDES-TO-BE, INC.

presents

A GALA BRIDAL PARTY
AND FASHION SHOW

Here's the Bridal Show that is a must if you insist on
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exhibits—from fashions (from NINA'S BRIDAL
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Everything you need ... and want.

OVER $1,000 IN DOOR PRIZES

including 3 hrs. of limousine service
from SOMERSET LIMOUSINE.
Sunday, January 9, 2 P.M.

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Southfield
• -

Tickets S1 In advance
or $2 at the door

For additional information:

775-7431

AT LAST!

A DRIVER'S SEAT
THAT ADJUSTS
TO THE SMALL WOMAN.

If you have trouble seeing over the steering
wheel of an ordinary car, if you need a pillow
in order to be comfortable, we have the
answer.

From Europe's second largest car maker,
comes the Peugeot 505-S with the orthopedic
seat as standard equipment. The Peugeot seat
is made from polymerized foam without
springs and can be adjusted to 121 different
positions. You owe it to yourself to test drive
this amazing car. •

The Peugeot 505-S is priced from $14,175 and
includes as standard equipment Michelin
tires; power steering and brakes, power sun-
roof and windows, cruise control, automatic
door locks, and one year unlimited mileage
warranty. You'd expect these features from
Mercedes but Peugeot offers them at almost
one half the price:



For further details and a test drive,

call Al Kline at 875-0300.

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CADILLAC PEUGEOT

6161 Woodward, Detroit, MI 48202

875-0300

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