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November 26, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-26

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28 Friday, November 26, 1982
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U.S.-PLO Talks Broached

CAIRO (JTA) — Egyp-
tian efforts to initiate a
dialogue between the
United States and the PLO
met with some success last
week, according to a report
by the official Middle East
News Agency (MENA).
The report, published
Saturday, quotes Egyptian
Foreign Minister Kamal
Hassan Ali as saying that as
a result of his talks in Wash-
ington Nov. 12, where he
briefed the Reagan Ad-
ministration on his earlier
meeting with PLO officials
in Paris, "The PLO repre-
sentative in Washington
was contacted several
times" in an effort to become
acquainted with the organ-
ization's position on efforts

toward a Middle East peace
settlement.
But the report fell short of
stating that U.S. officials
made the contact. The Re-
agan Administration re-
cently denied an assertion
in the Israeli press that U.S.
officials were holding indi-
rect contacts with the PLO
through representatives of
certain Arab countries.
Meanwhile, Egypt and
the PLO took another step
toward a rapproachement
between them, as Foreign
Minister Ali met with a vis-
iting PLO delegation Sun-
day. Ahmed Dajani, who
headed the PLO delegation,
told reporters following the
meeting that Yasir Arafat
was planning a visit to
Egypt as part of a tour of
several Arab states. But he
said no date had been set.

Falashas End
Hunger Strike

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
five-day hunger strike by
representatives of the
Falasha community in Is-
rael ended last weekend in
Beersheva, after Rafael
Kotlowitz, head of the
Jewish Agency immigra-
tion and absorption de-
partment, promised the
Falashas the agency would
do its utmost to help Ethio-
pian Jews immigrate to Is-
rael.
Kotlowitz assured the
Falashas that the govern-
ment was doing everything
it could to save the Jews of
Ethiopia and bring them to
Israel. "I suggest you
demonstrate in front of the
Ethiopian Embassy in the
U.S. and not in Eretz Yis-
rael," he said. .

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LISTENING
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LEONARD KAR-
PELES, teaching squash
and racquetball at Execu-
tive Athletic Club, will be a
young 72., come January.
Opened in Traveler's To-
wers, July 7, 1981, by Phyl-
lis and Stan Satovsky, EAC
has been growing with con-
sistent results.
Its racquetball team won
first place last year in the
Detroit Metro Racquetball
League . . . and is in first
place this year . . . (Dr. Fred
Lewerenz, Dr. Steve Wolf,
Sam Young, Elliot Rott,
Danny Werner, Morris
Fenner and Shel Yellen.)
The squash A team
holds first place in the
Michigan Squash Asso-
ciation (Davd Linden,
Larry Stark, Rob Graves,
Jeff Yellin and Marty
Deutsh) ... Among the
three alternates with
Bill Stone and Tom
Brownlee is Mike Yellen,
number one racquetbal-
ler in the world two years
ago.
Executive Athletic Club
is the only health club in
Detroit with three steam
rooms, six racquetball
courts, six squash courts
and two double courts.
One of the avid racquet-
ball players, Dr. Milton
Lappin, was recently in-
ducted into the Michigan
Amateur Hall of Fame.
JULIE NELSON,
daughter of Harry and Lois
Nelson, was sworn in as a
full-fledged attorney last
week at Oakland County
Court House . . . Julie is
with Blum, Brady and
Rosenberg in Southfield.
RODNEY ALLAN
SAPERSTEIN had to have
his recent Bar Mitzva with-
out the presence of a loving
grandpa who anxiously
waited four years for the
momentous event . . . Bar-
rister Jimmy Saperstein
was in Sinai Hospital .. .
but Grandma Kay Sapers-
tein and Jimmy's brothers,
George and Ben, among
other relatives and friends,
made certain the son of at-
torney Bruce Saperstein
and wife Marcia had beauti-
ful services at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek . . . and a
fun-time for everyone at
Michigan Inn.
Jerry Ross orchestra was
very good as usual in play-
ing the songs guests wanted
to hear . . . Rodney joins
everyone happy to know
that Grandpa Jim is on the
mend.
DAN CODEN, son of
Barbara and Ted Coden, a
student at Wayne State
University School of
Medicine, was recently
elected to Alpha Omega
Alpha National Honor Med-
ical Society . . . The
prestigious organization
selects only the top two per-
cent of third-year medical
students for membership.
CONGRATS ... to
Harry and Josephine Wein-

berger . . . on their 42nd an-
niversary.
MICHIGAN JEWISH
Hall of Fame is still trying
to be formed . . . It is hoped
that Hank Greenberg,
former Detroit Tiger great,
will be the first honoree . . .
He'll be in town June 12 for
Ceremonies by the Tigers -to
retire his uniform number.
CONGRATS ... to Al
and Shirley Foon . . . on
their 40th anniversary . . .
Celebration was at Holly
Hotel banquet room .. .
with two large screens run-
ning continuous family
movies taken through the
40 years and transferred to
video tape.
MEN BEHIND THE
Michigan Panthers entry c
into the new United States
Football League are . . . Al
Taubman, president; Max
Fisher and Judge Peter
Spivak . . . The league be-
-gins in March.
BELATED CON-
GRATS . . . to Albert
Chicorel . . . on birthday
number 65 . . . Surprise
party was at home of
brother Dave.
LARRY CHADWICK
will be installed as Wor-
shipful Master of Mosaic
Lodge 8 p.m. Dec. 4 . . . at
Southfield Masonic Temple
on Evergreen.
SHALOM CAMPERS,
Michigan's first camping
club to promote Jewish fel-
lowship for camping
families, celebrates its 10th
anniversary with a reunion
dinner, 7 p.m. Dec. 11 at
Svenson House, Grand
River and Nine Mile in
Farmington . . . It's open to
all present, former and pro-
spective Shalom campers
and their families.
For reservations and info,
call Larry Zisholtz,
president, 961-2841 days or
471-1451 evenings.
BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS ... to women's ace
hair stylist Josef Miri.
JUNIOR AMERICA at
Orchard-12 Plaza, Far-
mington Hills, is a physical
fitness center for children
ages 5 to 16 . . . Dr. Joseph
Arends, cardiologist and
fitness expert, provides
exercise and nutritional
guidance for JA.



Merkaz Plans
Melave Malka

Reservations are still
being taken for the second
annual melave malka spon-
sored by the Merkaz, the
laymen's association of the
Vaad Harabonim.
The melave malka will
take place 8:30 p.m. Dec. 4
at Cong. Dovid Ben
Nuchim. Rabbi H. Zecharia
Senter will be the guest.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Mer-
kaz, 968-6310, Monday
through Thursday between
9 a.m. and noon.

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