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April 09, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Levin Fears Energy Policy

Danny Raskin's

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BACK IN 1953, Joe Cor-
nell had his first dance con-
test . . . About 100
youngsters, parents and
friends showed up at Holi-
day Manor on Wyoming to
see Sandy Rusch and Cy
Adler win Joe's first compe-
tition.
The next year, Joe opened
his dance studio on Wyom-
ing . . . and it was to be-
come the start of even big-
ger things . . . Today, he
spends about eight months
out of the year in Los
Angeles, Calif., where Joe
has become a "social star" at
country club events for the
prominent and regular
day-by-day citizens.
At a recent dance contest
he held for parents, Joe
awarded film celeb Jack
Lemmon a trophy and kid-
ded, "I think you're a
ringer." . . . (Jack Lemmon
has done some hoofing in his
day.)

But back to the yearly
dance contests Joe has
had here in the local area
. . . The latest one, his
29th, was an annual
spring ball and dance
competition that cer-
tainly proved he and wife
Kathy and their fine staff
will need much more
room next year . . . Al-
most 1,000 youngsters,
relatives and friends
packed Michigan Inn to
see guys 'n gals from 10
dance class sessions vie
for terpsi honors.

First place went to Robert
Fink and Jennifer Golding
. . . Robert also won a
trophy as the year's top Joe
Cornell student . . . Other
winners were . . . Steve
Jasgur and Stacy
Weissberg, second . . . Jef-
frey Share and Laura
Greenbaum, third . . .
Steve Nakisher and
Michelle Simon, fourth . . .
Gary Brode and Renee
Lederman, fifth . . . and
since only one vote sepa-
rated it from fifth, a sixth
place was awarded . . . to
Sam Sky and Francine
Hermelin.
Music was very much un-
like that first year of just
records on Wyoming . . . as
Jerry Ross Five Plus Two
C \ furnished the fox trots, cha
„- chas, waltzes and rock-
and-roll melodies . . . The
almost 1,000 cheered the
young lads and lassies on
. . . most of whom came out
almost half scared to death
. . . but all really winners
for their wonderful efforts
and spirit . . . Even parents
like Diane Gussin, contes-
tant Darren Gussin's mom,
rocked with rhythm on the
sidelines.
Joe at the mike while kids
were dancing continuously
asked the throng, "What
number do you like?" . . .
and screams of all the num-
bers made a big mumo-
jumbo of screeching glee.
It was Joe's biggest yet

. and he'll have even
bigger.
HARRY B. KEIDAN
Lodge, Bnai Brith, will host
a dinner-theater party, May
18, at Somerset Dinner
Theater in Troy . . . with
Jimmy Launce Production's
comedy of "How The Other
Half Loves" and buffet
dinner . . . For reserva-
tions, call Morry Direnfeld,
557-3300.
CRESCENT SHRINE
Club again took about 1,450
youngsters to the Shrine
Circus this year . . . and
thanks to very hard-
working chairman Sonny
Goldstein . . . everything
went off smooth . . . I had
breakfast before going to
work; there with the volun-
teers because last year they
ran out of things . . . So
who would know that this
year's Crescent president,
Max Kushner, would over-
buy on bagels, lox and
cream cheese to feed even
those Shriners who asked
what lox was and took three
sandwiches.
Ed Hoffman couldn't
celebrate his 71st birthday
any better than helping
with the unfortunate kids
. . . Oscar Kahan, in
charge of their sector, mar-
veled as the 17 blind
youngsters from Einstein
School who enjoyed the cir-
cus through earphones,
laughter and smell . . .
Sylvia Brown, director of
Children's Leukemia Foun-
dation, does such a magnifi-
cent job with her lads 'n las-
sies . . . Such a pleasure to
know so fine a woman as
Sylvia and her husband
Harry.
JOE AND MALKA
Kantor, both Israeli born,
U.S. residents for the past
17 years, recently sold their
home in Wabeek and moved
to Orlando, Fla. with chil-
dren Avi, Ori and Galit . . .
Joe is a builder and Malka is
state manager for A & B
Merchandising, Inc., pub-
lishers of "The Digest," pro-
fit builder for retail and pro-
fessional people.
BERNIE BERMAN, liv-
ing in San Diego with wife
Ruth, is all sailor now . . .
Guests Ruth and Albert
Krochmal were the latest
Detroit friends visiting to go
sailing on Bernie's new
boat.
WHERE THEY ARE
DEPT. . . . Emily Brown
. . . 11728 Wilshire Blvd.,
Barrington Plaza, Apt.
B1012, Los Angeles, Calif.
90025.

Falasha Talk

NEW YORK — The
plight of the Falashas, the
persecuted Jewish commu-
nity of Ethiopia, will be dis-
cussed at the International
Network of Children of
Jewish Holocaust Survivors
meeting Sunday in New
York.

WASHINGTON — U.S. ment we heard during the
Senator Carl Levin (D- AWACS debate: Saudi
Mich.) has issued an appeal Arabia is our largest
for renewed efforts towards supplier of oil, we can't
oil conservation, U.S. afford to offend her, and
stockpiling and a change in so we must sell her
the Reagan Administration weapons.
policies on energy.
"If the Jewish community
In a recent letter, Levin cares about an independent
stated that the Reagan Ad- basis for American foreign
ministration budget for policy, and if it cares about
1983 will spend only six Israel, it is going to have to
percent of what we spent in fight the energy cuts in the
1981 to encourage energy President's budget. It is
conservation, 14 percent of going to have to realize that
what we spent in 1981 in while we skirmish over
solar energy and only six AWACS and F-15s, the Ar-
percent of what we spent on mageddon issue is energy.
geothermal.
And it is going to have to
"Add to these figures the realize that Israel's future is
fact that the President threatened by America's
wants to abolish the energy energy dependence as well
tax credit, virtually wipe as by the military might of
out the weatherization pro- hostile neighbors."
gram, and eliminate the
Department of Energy, and
it is clear we are creating a
system which inherently
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Birmingham resident
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