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January 27, 1984 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Judge Dismisses Law Suit
Against Finkelman and DZF-

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

ELAINE KAHRNOFF
and Mort Baker had a Mid-
dle East gourmet party in
honor of their engagement,
writes Pauline Weiss .. .
About 30 people enjoyed
"delicious and beautifully
presented platters of food"
by Georgette Khouri of
Georgette's Dressmaking in
Southfield . . . "Among the
guests who enjoyed the
tasty dishes of raw and
baked kibbee, taboulee and
hummous with tahini,
were: David Ginsburg, An-
nette and Elliot Perlman,
Pat and Marvin Seigel and
Pauline and Leo Weiss" .. .
Elaine and Mort will be wed
in March.
THE
NOT-TOO-
YOUNG .. not-too-old .. .
30 to 60 . . . former De-
troiters now living in
Florida, will have a get-
together Feb. 5 . . . Call
Shirley • Stracher, (305)
983-6531.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Irving Lipsky . . .
after operation at Sinai
Hospital . . . to Henrietta
Grad . . . at home.
S.O.C. HADASSAH put
on seven shows from 1953 to
1959 at Ford Auditorium
and various high school au-
ditoriums . . . raising hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars
sent to the Hadassah Hospi-
tal in Jerusalem.
The shows may have dis-
banded 25 years ago . . . but
a togetherness is still there
. . . and so their reunion is
slated for May . . . of all
people involved in these
wonderful shows . . . People
are being sought . . . plus
volunteer workers . . . Call
Bert or Zena Gordon, 547-
2648, or Ricki Nederlander,
644-8050.
CONGRATS . . . to
Dorothy and Harry Serwin
. . . on their 50th anniver-
sary . . . The couple retired
to Carlsbad, Calif. in 1978
. . . She was born in Detroit
(Dorothy Kutzen) and he
lived here 60 years . . . (ad-
dress is 2576 Lucernaga St.,
Carlsbad, Calif. 92008).
VALENTINE CON-
TEST by New Generation
at Applegate Square on
Northwestern Hwy. will
have prizes for best hand-
mades . . . with gift certifi-
cates in three age groups .. .
3-6, 7-10 and 11-13 ..
Owners Torchy Silverman
and Thelma Stalburg know
how involved kids are with
stickers . . . and give all
entrants a "Design A Val-
entine" sticker.
CONGRATS . . . to
Harry Mendelson on his
60th birthday . . . to Ethel
Gordon on her birthday .. .
to Pauline Samson on her
birthday . . . to Ileene and
Seymour Zate on their 25th
anniversary.
13TH ANNUAL auc-
tion by Young Women of
Jewish National Fund is
April 1 at Temple Beth El.
Tax deductible auction

value of at least $25 can be
given by calling Toby
Chudnow, membership
chairperson, 548-6404 .. .
Donna Sklar, auction
chairperson, 477-3221, or
Joan Shapiro, fund-raising
chairperson, 626-8362.

CONGRATS . . . to Ar-
lene and Sam Roll . . . on
their 30th anniversary .. .
celebrated in style . . . gift
from children, Shelley,
Wendy, Jeff and Marc . . . of
a chauffeur-driven Rolls
Royce . . . complete with
flowers, champagne, crystal
glasses and romantic music.
Ride ended at La Rotis-
serie of Hyatt Regency .. .
Next day (Sunday) was
party at Furniture Club .. .
also celebrating Shelley's
and Marc's first anniver-
sary.
AUDREY PEARL, cer-
tified financial planner, was
Audrey Hartman when she
graduated Central High in
June 1944 . . . Husband Cy
Feldman, graduated Cen-
tral in January.
Both will attend the 1944
reunion of Central High in
May at Pontiac Silverdome
. . . as wife and husband .. .
Neither knew each other
during school years.
HY BLACKMAN, in
catering and deli for so
many years, is now at Oak
Farms Fruit & Deli Market,
Coolidge north of Nine Mile
. . . He co-manages the deli
department with Mickey
Worsham.
Half the people Hy grew
up with never knew his last
name . . . always calling
him "Blackie" around De-
lmar, Oakland and
Westminister . . . People he
hasn't seen in years are
coming to Oak Farms say-
ing, "Hey, aren't you Blac-
kie?"
February will be the first
anniversary of this huge
fruit, produce and deli oper-
ation . . . which only three
months after opening also
took over a 6,000 square foot
warehouse in back . . .
utilizing 3,000 square feet
as a refrigerated cooler to
store fruit and produce for
consumer savings 'when
prices went up.
They still buy fresh every
morning at Eastern Mar-
ket.
warehouse is a very big plus
for dollar savings.
THE SOUNDS OF
LAUGHTER at Oak Park
home of Mary and Glenn
Cowell . . . are those little
dogs (French poodles,
shnauzers, etc.) people'
board and groom there .. .
The Cowells are more than
a doggie's best friend .. .
Mary and Glenn are also
human mom and dad for the
happy little ones . . . Mary's
love and care can't be beat.
THANKS . . . to so many
. . . for your kind words and
wishes . . . on my recent
65th birthday.

A move to cite Rabbi
Louis Finkelman for con-
tempt of court because he
did not appear for a deposi-
tion on Shabat was denied
last week by Wayne County
Circuit Judge Harold Ryan,
who also dismissed the law
suit.
Rabbi Finkelman, the
rabbi for the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation at Wayne
State University, refused to
appear at 5 p.m. Jan. 13.
The deposition, the taking
of sworn testimony prior to
a trial, had been requested
by attorney Abdeen Jabara.
Jabara was representing
Nizar Khalid, a WSU stu-
dent who sued Rabbi Fin-
kelman and the Detroit
Zionist Federation (DZF)
last year. Khalid charged
that his privacy was in-
vaded when Rabbi Finkel-
man took a photograph of
him during a lecture at the
Hillel Foundation last
spring, according to
Herschel Fink, the rabbi's
attorney. The photograph
was then given to the DZF
to be used for a poster,
Khalid charged.

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Although the picture
was given to the DZF,
Fink said, the idea for the
poster was rejected by of-
ficials of the organization
and the photo never ap-
peared in public.
The case against Rabbi
Finkelman was dismissed
in November and the
charges against the DZF, in
which Finkelman was to
giVe his deposition, were
dismissed last week.

Poet Amichai
Gives Reading

Poet Yehuda Amichai
will read from his works at
7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at Maximus
and Co. Booksellers, Inc.,
189 S. Woodward, Birming-
ham.
There is a charge.

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