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March 23, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, March 23, 1979

Eastern Front Threatens,
Syria, Iraq Joining Forces

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

AMONG THE NICEST
people I know is Father
William Cunningham, head
of Focus: HOPE . . . a real
down-to-earth guy whose
only interest in life is help-
ing others.
I join many so happy that
he will be honored, along
with Leonard Trunsky, to-
night, by Temple Israel men
at their first Brotherhood
Sabbath .-. . with services
completely performed by
the Brotherhood.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel himself has
been a leader in helping
others so it is most fitting
that his devoted congrega-
tion be instrumental in
honoring Fr. Cunningham.
Recently, though,
Rabbi Syme finally
realized what it's like to
attend a convention
without having his own
identity . . . Wife Sonia is
on the board at Botsford
Hospital ... and both
attended a national con-
vention in San Antonio
with the roles reversed
... and he being known
only as Sonia Syme's
husband.
Gerson Cooper, member
of Temple Israel, is the
newly elected national
president of osteopathic
hospitals in the U.S.
JERRY ARONSON, son
of Lea Aronson, has been
nominated for an Academy
Award . . . Category is best
short documentary subject,
titled, "The Divider Trail —
A Native American Odys-
sey" . . . Jerry graduated
Mumford High and Wayne
State U.
WINTERING IN Plan-
tation, Fla., Al and Annette
Landy write about enough
members of Parkwood
Chapter, Women's Ameri-
can ORT, from the Detroit
area being in the Pt.
Lauderdale region to have a
recent luncheon meeting
. . . It was attended by Ger-
trude Paul, Ann Cherrin,
Nita Lichtenstein, Bess
-Henchen, Sara Edwards,
Sally Cohen, Sophie Berlin,
Annette Landy, Paulette
Bonin, Lois Leib and Vir-
ginia DeBoskey.

LOOKS LIKE Knights
of Pythias, Detroit Lodge
55, a time-honored group
hereabouts, is again back on
the upswing . . . Another
class of candidates go
through degree work this
Tuesday . . . Fraternal or-
ders that have 50 and more
members at their business
meetings these days are
rare.
REUNION FOR ALL
Centralites of Detroit .. .
regardless of the year . . . is
being held April 28 in the
Empire Ballroom of
Sportsmen's Lodge, Studio
City, Calif. . . . dinner and
dancing to Michael Paige's
ork . . . Over 300 are ex=
petted to attend . . . Contact
Joan Felsot at Blvd.
Hardware, 1424 Westwood

Blvd., Los Angeles 90024
(212-272-2237) . . . or Eileen
Krupkin, (213-995-7043).
CYNTHIA_ RAIM,
who'll concertize April 1 for
the Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation at Temple Beth El on
Telegraph, is the daughter
of Livonia's Lorraine Raim
. . .- You could say she has
been weaned on the
keyboard . . . playing piano
by ear when two years old
. . . and from 5'/2 to 18 study-
ing under Detroit's Mischa
Kottler before embarking
on a wide and brilliant
career . . . For advance tic-
kets call Trisha Wilcox,
421-0640, or Sarah Smith,
474-5557 . . . Ducats will
also be available at the door.
COLLIN, MERENOFF,
seven-year-old grandson of
Meriam and Dr. Henry
MargOlis, was having her
remove a slight wax deposit
from his ears . . . and said,
"Grandma, please, clean
only one of my ears so that
Grandpa's words will stay
in. He says that they go into
one and out through the
other."
DIAL "M" FOR MUR-
DER is the Somerset
Dinner Theater offering by
Jimmy Launee Productions
. . . at SomersefMall in Troy
. . . directed by Kathryn
Sutton . . . Somerset Dinner
Theater begins with a com-
_plete buffet by Alfred's Res-
taurant . . . Fridays and
Saturdays . . . dinner at 7:30
and theater at 8:45.
UNTIL RECENTLY,
the group known as
"Three's Company" . . Now
appearing at Hurley's in
Northfield Hilton, Crooks
at 1-75, Troy, through
March 31, it's called World
Wind . . . playing top-40
disco tunes plus change-of-
pace soft current hits.
NEW CHEF AT
Paradiso Cafe on Wood-
ward, Daniel Wartel, was
formerly with Town &
Country on Southfield and
one-time boss of his own
Superior Catering Co.,
JOHN MALLON is at
Detroit Plaza's Celebration
Lounge through tomorrow
night.
DON'T FORGET, you
Shriners . . . we'll alr be
looking for you on March 29
to help with those 1,457
guys 'n gals Crescent is tak-
ing to the Shrine Circus .. .
Try and get there for brunch
and morning check-in ..
Thanks a million for help-
ing!
DATE OF OPENING
for that very lavish Rosebud
Disco in the beautiful
American Motors Bldg. on
Franklin Road, has just
about been set for the latter
part of May . . . Rosebud
Disco looms as a place that
will make Southfield
mighty proud to have.
ERRATA ... Correct
spelling is Alan Cassel.

Steadfast righteousness
tendeth to life.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli military circles have
warned against a new
threat on the eastern front,
once an Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty is signed, that
may explode into hostilities
involving the. combined
forces of Syria and Iraq.
Reports from various
Arab capitals indicated that
those countries are pooling
their military strength on a
large scale.
were
Tensions -
heightened by Palestine
Liberation Organization
leader Yasir Arafat's warn-
ing in Amman that "the
whole Middle East will
explode if Sadat signs the
pact" with Israel and his
thinly -veiled assassination
threat against Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat.
The Syrian govern-
ment's official news-
paper, Tishrin, warned
that a peace treaty be-
tween Israel and Egypt
would leave no choice
but war to the confronta- .
tion states, Syria and
Iraq. The Kuwaiti daily,
Al-Siyassa, reported that
three Iraqi divisions have
entered Syria in the past
few days under their re-
cent agreement to estab-
lish a joint military com-
mand.
Israeli military circles
claimed that Iraq and Syria

are secretly speeding up
their agreement to counter
a peace treaty. According to
the Israelis, the agreement
calls for Iraqi units to be
stationed in Syria in sup-
port of Syrian forces facing
Israel.
Arafat met with King
Hussein of Jordan at the
Mafraq air base to discuss
possible action against the
peace treaty.
Meanwhile, a U.S.
delegation headed by
President Carter's Na-
tional Security Adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinski was
in Amman for meetings
with Hussein. The dele-
gation was in Riyadh,
Saudi Arabia, to meet
with King Khaled.
The purpose apparently
was to convince the Saudis
and Jordanians to take no
overt action against the
Israeli-Egyptian peace
treaty if they continue to
boycott the peace process it-
self.

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_
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double occupancy

Call 879-2100
for a color
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Writer to Speak

Detroit Free Press col-
umnist Nickie McWhirter
will speak on "Living for
Others — And Other
Neurotic Disorders" 2:30
p.m. Sunday at the Some-
rset Mall auditorium. There
is a charge.

Northfield Hilton Inn
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100



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