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November 14, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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AVJAWAXWOW,
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Evron Is Criticized in Israel
Following Reagan's Victory

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

CARY GLAZER made
> his mom and dad, Judye and
Larry Glazer, mighty proud
of him . . . when he was re-
cently Bar Mitzva at the
beautiful new Temple Israel
. . . On the bima also,
grandma and grandpa Be-
rtha and Al Kanfer, Judye's
parents, were the picture of
nplete happiness.
It was a full day for the
guests . . . a sumptuous
luncheon at Judye and Lar-
ry's home . . and a disco
party at the large Potomac
club house,.
Lester Rosenberg telling
about the suit he was wear-
ing with LR all over the lin-
ing and on the buttons . . .
Everybody thinks it was
tailor-made for him . . . but
the garment is a Louis Roth
make he says . . . Les and
Bertha both celebrated
their birthdays . . . Ruth
Rosenberg, Lester's frau,
and Morrie Kirshner the
first ones to try out the big
marbled halava mold . . .
It's Morrie's big weakness
. . . he can make a meal on
just halava . . . The owners
of Condo and Home Care
(Glazers and Kanfers) made
sure their rainbow insig-
nias were present . . . on all
the balloons and even
Cary's birthday cake.
The disco reception
_ was an even bigger hit
when Jackie Kallen, pub-
lic relations gal for Kronk
Recreation, brought wel-
terweight champ Tommy
Hearns.
Sam and Sylvia Rosen-
berg celebrated their 45th
anniversary . . . Pictures of
tigers all over Judye and
Larry's home . . . but get-
ting the most attention was
somebody whose little bark,
if he has one, would scare
them all away . . . their
tiny poodle Autumn.
WHAT STARTED out
as a Hanuka bazaar last
year by the gals of Shalom
Hadassah, turned into the
biggest social reunion of the
year when a lot of their dads
turned up to shop . . . Mary
Posner, Harold Hoffman,
Nate Soberman and
Leonard Brand hadn't seen
each other since their
younger, single days and
were now out buying gifts
for their grandchildren . . .
The Shalom bazaar this
ear is on Tuesday, 11
a.m.-9 p.m. at United He-
brew Schools on 12 Mile in
Southfield.
CONGRATS ... to Molly
and Leo Feurst . . . on their
50th anniversary.
THIRD
A
SYNAGOGUE New Year's
eve shindig is being planned
. . . with Men's Club of
Adat Shalom having its
Year-End Ball, Dec. 31 . . .
Co-chairmen are Ronald
Sherr and Harvey Olson
. . . Cocktail hour, Shel
Rott's ork, dinner and sweet
table, $30 per person . . .
For info, call Ronald at
851-7757 or the synagogue

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office, 851-5100.
SOL LEWIS, director of
the Michigan Metaphysics
Society, weighed 92 pounds
when released from a
Japanese prisoner of war
camp during WWII . . .
While there, Sol drew pic-
tures of himself as a heavy
chef . . . and "pro-
grammed" himself to gain
weight . . . wishing that if
he got out, people would say,
"Why don't you lose all
those pounds?"
His wish came true and
the more they say it the
more weight he puts on . .
Sol and wife Elayne are
among the finest people we
know.
ANNA RAK, whose col-
lection of paintings will be
shown beginning this Sun-
day in the lobby of South-
field's Parks and Recreation
Building, was most anxious
to have her Old World
synagogue paintings dis-
played before returning to
Poland in December . . .
The exhibit is from 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. weekdays . . . no
charge.
Working from her knowl-
edge of architecture and ex-
tensive notes she compiled
while visiting many of the
actual building sites, Anna
recreated the images of
structures that were de-
stroyed during WW II.
A reception is planned for
her Sunday, 2 to 4, in the
Southfield Parks and Rec-
reation Building.
JENNIE AND SAM
Koppelman were looking
for a table and chairs to fit
into the breakfast area at
their new apartment in Sut-
ton Place . . . While eating
at The Nosh Deli on W. Nine
Mile, they wanted to know
the size of a round table next
to them . . . and asked their
waitress for a ruler . . . She
looked at Jennie and Sam
almost as if to say, "We don't
have that on our menu."
They asked to see the boss
. . . Owner Stan Berger
was there and as all good
builders, had a ruler in his
office . . . If they had been
at Stan's Practical Home
Builders, he's got 'em all
over the place.
DISA 'N DATA . . . Yes,
the man who had no tefilin
received a pair through the
column . . . Michael Kal-
len's card simply says in big
letters, "Jackie's husband."
. . . and in a corner is his
name . . . Courtesy is Ar-
chie Rule of Archie's
Limousine Service . . . who
blends it with efficiency
. . . Esther Lover in town
recently with son Brian,
gives bad news that De-
troiter's Club in Phoenix,
Ariz. has been disbanded
. . . They need a dynamo
like Iry Gluklick now living
in Scottsdale outside of
Phoenix.

Those who fell in battle
are to be held as heroes, for
they died defending liberty.
— Josephus

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israeli Ambassador to
Washington Ephraim
Evron has come under
strong criticism in some
Jerusalem political quar-
ters in the wake of the U.S.
Presidential election out-
come and the decision by the
Reagan camp not to meet
with Premier Menahem
Begin during the premier's
present private visit to
America. The influential
newspaper Maariv on Tues-
day called outright in an
editorial for Evron's re-
placement.
"The new administration
in the U.S.," the paper
wrote, "will doubtless re-
gard it with great apprecia-
tion if a new Israeli ambas-
sador is appointed to coin-
cide with the change of ad-
ministration in Washing-
ton."
The editorial faults Evron
for having been pro-Carter
during the campaign.
"He is too identified
with the Democratic Ad-
ministration, and does
not have good ties with
the incoming govern-
ment," Maariv asserts.
In a news story and sepa-
rate op-ed page article
Maariv also faults Evron for
the way in which the pro-
posal for Begin to meet with
Reagan was handled this
past week. The President-
elect's reluctance to meet
with the Israeli leader has
emerged as something of a
slight, Maariv contends.
Diplomatic correspondent
Yosef Harif, writing from
Jerusalem, suggests that
either Evron or an aide to
Begin who preceded the
premier to New York last
week were to blame for
making the overture to the
Reagan camp without hav-
ing been instructed to do so
by Begin.
A top Haaretz columnist,
Yoel Markus, also faults
Evron for not cultivating
ties with the Reagan camp.
Markus recalls that despite
the polls, Evron invited
nine Democratic Senators
and only Henry Kissinger
from the Republican side to
a recent dinner he gave in

Historical Site
Receives Piano

A reproducing (player)
piano donated by the family
of Dr. Samuel D. Jacobson
was the featured instru-
ment at a concert Nov. 9 at
Greenfield Village.
The Steinway Duo-Art
six-foot grand piano has the
capability of being used
either as a concert piano or a
reproducing piano. The con-
cert was attended by the
donor, Dr. Jacobson's
daughter Judith, and sister,
Mrs. Beatrice Miller, a past
president of the Music
Study Club of Metropolitan
Detroit.

No Oil in Israel

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Dr. Zvi Dinstein, head of Is-
rael's Energy Institute, told
a recent seminar that there
is little chance of discover-
ing oil in Israel. He advo-
cated construction of atomic
reactors.

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