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February 20, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-20

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THE DETROIT' JEWISH NEWS -

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

registers this complaint.
ONLY THINGS
SING were spotlights into His mother told him she will
the sky . . . Otherwise Bar count to three and he better
Mitzva reception of Aron pick up his toys. As she pro-
Scott Kozins, son of Audrey ceeded to count 1-2-3, Eric
and Dr. Frank Kozins, at turned to me and whispered
Michigan Inn had so many sternly, "Grandpa, she
marks of a Hollywood never counts to 4 or 5 —
niere and Oscars never!"
—Dr. Milton Madgy
a‘ wards night.
CONGRATS . . . to
Since, Aron is a movie
buff, the idea conceived by Esther Schwartz . . . on her
mother Audrey and party 70th birthday.
THE DAY JUSTICE
planner Marci Masserman
was a most appropriate one. sort of stood still for a mo-
People were "in the ment in the Oak Park cour-
movies" from the time they troom of Judge Benjamin
got their table tickets at a Friedman . . . was a shock-
simulated box office .. . ing 50th birthday surprise
Entire proceedings were put . . . The courtroom was fil-
on video tape . . . which led, and a trial going on
Aron and his folks will when Beverly Hutton of
cherish for a long time .. . Balloonatics was escorted in
directed and produced by by a bailiff . . . Bev was fol-
Audrey's brother Barry lowed by Ben's wife, Annie
Grant, owner of Legal Tapes and friends . . . and said,
j Inc., specialists in instant "Hear ye, Hear ye, Judge
( party showings.
Friedman. Happy birth-
A large Hollywbad- day," as she handed him a
type movie camera large bouquet of multi-
adorned the hors d' colored balloons.
Shaking his head in dis-
oeuvres table ... and
Barry's men kept shoot- belief, Ben called a recess
. . . then asked the bailiff to
ing with the real thing.
Chuck Shroder, barten- remove the balloons as
der with Michigan Inn since everyone laughed and
it opened, was good enough applauded . . . Wife Anne
to handle the best of any said it was the first time
she's ever seen Ben at a loss
Hollywood party.
Then the doors opened to for words.
CONGRATS . . . to re-
an elegant extravaganza
. . . with each table marked tired grocer Lewis Adler on
by a moviedom celebrity 65th birthday . . . Lew was
. . . as indicated on the tiL.- one of the former owners
ket . . . (As example, I was and builders on the first
at the Marx Brothers table, Chatham Super Market on
> with picture of Groucho, Kelly Road.
ROSE LEDERMAN,
Chico and Harpo) . . . On
the walls were posters ga- the "one-handed enamelist"
lore from W. C. Fields and as she refers to herself, has a
Mae West in "My Little one-woman enamel display
Chicadee" to Ginger Rogers at the Oak Park Library
and Fred Astaire in "Top through February.
BELATED BIRTHDAY
Hat" to Clark Gable in
"Gone With The Wind," etc. CONGRATS . . . to Loren
Orchestra leader Ed Thal on number two, son of
Burg, whose band always Eleanor and Donald Thal,
does such a wonderful job, and grandson of Lou and
was master of ceremonies Flora Schwartz . . . to
for the candlelight cere- former Chrysler gent Ed
monies . . . with Aron first Robinson . . . to Leonard
being brought up to the Raskin on number 50.
MORRIE AND SYL-
appropriate music of "Hello
To Hollywood" . . . Then VIA WOLFE are now ex-
Ed simulated an Oscars'- Detroiters . . . Morrie re-
award giving by calling var- tired and they recently
ious family members "and moved to Florida_ . . into
the winners are" . . . plus the "for investment only"
giving them each a little condominium they bought
10 years ago at Sun Lakes
statuette called an "Aron."
The affair was a memora- near Inverrary and Ft.
ble one for family and Lauderdale.
PEOPLE PEEKING
nds . . . a fitting tribute
Aron on his Bar Mitzva. • • . Bob and Fran Katz
GEORGE MORSE, back from Florida vacation
ex-Detroiter and ,former looking like the sun was
owner and stockholder of partial only to Bob . . .
Aladdin Hotel in La_s Vegas, Observer-Eccentric writer
is now a host at the Shirlee Iden wearing photo
Tropicana Hotel . . . where button of her and Jack's
he'd like friends to come and daughter and grand-
say hello . . .George is one children living in Israel.
of those people out in Las Sam Boesky, former Dar-
. Vegas who haven't forgot- bys owner, always wearing
ten who their friends were a suit and tie in any restau-
back in Detroit. rant he goes, even stool op-
Toby
CONGRATS• ... to Shel- erations
don Lederman . . . on his Holtzman with 10,000
pieces of literature (books,
50th birthday.
MAIL DEPT.... "Out of magazines, etc.) in his home
the mouths of babes: My . . . after getting rid of over
grandson, Eric (4-years-old) 10,000!

.

Israel Rebuts
Reagan Critique
on Settlements

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir flatly rejected Re-
agan Administration objec-
tions to Jewish settlements
on the West Bank.
He told a student audi-
ence at Bar-Ilan University
that Israel would not have
signed the peace treaty with
Egypt or the Camp David
accords if they had men-
tioned any halt to Jewish
settlements in the occupied
territories.
Shamir's statement was
seen as a response to the
Reagan Administration's
sharp criticism of Israel's
West Bank settlement ac-
tions following reports that
Israeli authorities are seiz-
ing or closing offlarge tracts
of land on the West Bank for
settlement purposes.
Israel's military gov-
ernment on the West
Bank announced that
some 4,000 acres of un-
registered land near Nab-
lus is considered to be
"state land."
Meanwhile, Chase Man-
hattan Bank president
David Rockefeller was in Is-
rael last week on a two-day
visit to inspect Jewish set-
tlements on the West Bank.

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