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January 25, 1985 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-25

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Friday, January 25, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Full Figured
& Fabulous

332-3339

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News at 11

for the extra special woman you are.

Exercise classes designed for your special need!
To help you keep your New Year's Resolution, we are offering:

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(Bring a friend and get 2 for the price of 1) OFFER EXPIRES 2-28-85

*Also Extra-Cise Plus

A toning and stretching exercise program that is an alternative to aerobics for people of all ages.
Mon.-Sat. 10:15-11:15
• Mon.-Thurs. 7:15-8:15 P.M. • Fri. 6:15-7:15 P.M.
EFFECTIVE 1-2-85, WE HAVE ADDED 2 AFTERNOON CLASSES: 4:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M.
Mon.-Sat. 9-10 A.M. • Mon.-Thurs. 4-7 P.M. • Fri. 4-6 P.M.

Conveniently Located In The Bloomfield Town Square (North of Square Lake Rd.)
In The Atrium Area, 2281 Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills

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with this

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Offer expires February 1, 1985. Clip this coupon and
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A John Kent Man dresses better for less.

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•••

Channel 2 trainee reporter
Clara Wilkerson, "an excel-
lent teacher. One of the best.
He always finds time to ex-
plain and answer questions."
What does he think makes a
successful television reporter?
"You have to be able to com-
municate," Feldman replies.
"A good journalist is not
necessarily a good com-
municator.
"The best reporter and the
best newscaster is the person
who has been working in the
community for a long time. I'm
better for my organization
today than I was when I
walked in the door eight years
ago and I'm hoping that I'm
not as good as I'm going to be
next week. The time you in-
vest increases your contacts
and your knowledge of a
place."
While Feldman loves his
job, he is equally devoted to his
family. He and his wife, the
former Marla Nelkin, a native
Detroiter, met shortly after
his arrival here. "We lived in
the same apartment building,
but we didn't go out with each
other until I moved out of the
building a year later," he says.
"I only had the nerve to' ask
her after I'd moved out, when I
didn't have to look at her in the
elevator every day if she said
no."
Love had to leap the hurdle
of some wildly desparate work
schedules. Marla was teaching
in Livonia and taking evening
classes at the University of
Detroit Law School while
Murray was working the night
shift. "We used to get together
on Saturday night at midnight
and find someplace open for
dinner," he recalls.
Eventually
Marla
graduated, Murray changed to
day work and they "got it all
together." Four-and-a-half
years ago they married and
now have two children, Rob-
bie, 2 months, and Katie, 21/2
years and the apple of her
father's eye, in spite of (or per-
haps because of) her decidedly
expressed preference for Ker-
mit the frog over her father as
a television performer!
Every Sunday morning
Katie and her father go to the
Jewish Community Center to
take part in the parent/toddler
programs. "It's a nice time,"
says Feldman, "because it's
our time together. As soon as
Robbie is old enough, I'll be
doing things with him too."
Spending time with his fam-
ily is a priority for him. If he
has to be out of town, or late
home for dinner, Feldman
tries to make up for it by doing

something special on the next
day. "You want them to re-
member that you live here, to
know that you come home
every night," he says.
Their schedules are ar-
ranged to let them spend as
much time together as possi-
ble. Marla practices law part-
time with a firm in Southfield,
while Murray works "sort of
banker's hours plus. When
Katie was born," he says, "I

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While Feldman loves
his job, he is equally
devoted to his family.

told Marla that I would let my
career take a back seat if she
wanted to pursue hers, that I
would take time off so she
could go to work. I was serious
about it, because she's a good
attorney and that's important
to me too."
At the moment, however,-
the present arrangement
works well and Feldman asks
nothing more than to emulate
his friend, weatherman Sonny
Eliot, and to be able to look
back on 30 years of working in
Detroit.
"That would be my goal," he
says. "We've had oppor-
tunities to go elsewhere. We
just didn't think we could
duplicate the lifestyle or the
community."

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NEWS

Kibbutz creates
plastic sheet

Jerusalem — Kibbutz Hazorea
has invented and is marketing a
type of plastic sheeting which dis-
integrates in sunlight.
Called Plastor, it holds together
for up to seven months, then
flakes into dust and dissolves.
This can solve the problem of used
plastic sheeting littering the
countryside and clogging up ag-
ricultural machinery.

THIS SPACE CONTR.BL , TED E3, THE PUBLISHER

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