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December 02, 1983 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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Friday, December 2, 1983 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

THOSE WHO KNOW

can call it a party of im-
mense family love . . . and
where have you last seen a
birthday celebrant giving
presents to family and
friends?
This was number 40 for
Audrey Kozin (Dr. Frank),
who held the mike and . . :
while giving out the gifts
. . . presented a marvelous
rendition of what could
aptly be titled, "This Was
And Is My Life" . . . at
Behnan Hall on Lahser.
Brother Barry's Action
Video captured the entire
proceedings . . . mother
Marion Grant sang "You
Really Were A Beautiful
Baby" and danced on stage
with Audrey while holding
a baby picture of her . . .
Audrey did a chorus dance
with sisters Paulette and
Lynn.
Audrey a natural in front
of the mike (should have
been an actress) . . . Elmer
Raskin telling folks at table
about being a sailboater
now . . . with Marilyn and
Dave Schwartz, Lil Rosen
and Belle Weingarden,
Marvin and Shirley Raskin
all listening . . . Barrister
brother of Audrey, Mark,
looking on with such pride
as sister spoke.
Orchestra leader Eddie
Burg never better . . . His
vocal renditions are abso-
lutely wonderful . . . and
much reason why he is at
the top of local musical cir-
cles wanted list . . . nine-
year-old Michael, son of
Paulette and Bob Koffron,
doing all the dances of today
and yesterday: Bunny Hop,
Hokey Pokey, etc.
Dr. Felix and Rose
Rosenwach looking good .. .
He's now at emergency of
Ford Hospital — Sterling
Heights . . . Ben and Shirley
Marks dancing cuddly . . .
Debbie Weisserman taking
napkins, "I'll put them
away for Audrey's 50th" .. .
Paul Borak no more big fat
cigars . . . at least not this
evening.
The daughter of Marion
and Jay Grant comes from a
wonderful family that de-
serves so very much.
CONGRATS . . . to Bar-
bara and Sam Press . . . on
their 37th anniversary.

RECENT SOUTH-
FIELD inaugural cere-

monies of new council per-
sons in their chambers was
dignified affair . . . with be-
nediction by Rabbi Milton
Arm of Cong. Beth Achim,
and stirring keynote ad-
dress by Judge John H.
Shepherd, member and offi-
cial of Jewish communal
groups.
Question . . . Why are the
three women of the South-
field council termed as
councilmen at their
chamber seats?
WINNING BIG in poli-
tics is in itself a large ac-
complishment . . . but corn-
ing far ahead of the field by

a wide margin in the South-
field council elections was a
victory plus for Vicki
Goldbaum . . . and cause for
much celebration at her
Laurel Woods club house
party.
City hall phone lines from
hubby Ray and children Re-
becca and Yael to the party
continued to tell of her
overwhelming acceptance
. . . a great feat.
How nice to see Rebecca
and Yael running in and
hugging mother with tears
in their eyes . . . Ray all
smiles with cowboy hat and
flowers . . . Even Debbie
Baiter bussed the table
around tray from Pickle
Barrel . . . Judge Jessica
Cooper always so sweet .. .
Judge Norman Feder re-
miniscing about the wild
campaign parties of yes-
teryears . . . So many people
worked so hard in a very
well-organized campaign.
CONGRATS . . . to Kay
and Leo Anstandig . . . on
their 35th anniversary .. .
to Esther and Ben "B.B."
Bolton on their 50th an-
niversary.
DR. JOHN WOODS and
wife, Lynne, daughter of
Dorothy and Joe Schecter,
left the states 7 1/2 years ago
on a 32-foot sailboat to go
around the world . . . They
settled in New Zealand and
will fly here for the Dec. 9
Bat Mitzva of niece Denise
Silverman, daughter of
Hope and Gene Silverman
. . . Last time they were here
was 31/2 years ago for Bnai
Mitzva of nephew Jordon
Lowy, son of Suzanne and
Ron Lowy, and niece Marla
Silverman, Hope and
Gene's daughter . . . It'll be
a reunion also with Dorothy
and Joe's daughter Frani
and hubby George Smiley,
and their son Larry Schec-
ter with wife Susan.
CONGRATS . . . to
Hyman Brown . . . on his
birthday . . . He and wife
Dolores will be honored this
Sunday by Cong. Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods for dedi-
cated' service.

BEST BET OF THE
WEEKEND . . . Temple

Beth El Auction tomorrow
. . . silent at 7 followed by
live . . . $5 includes hors
d'oeuvres, salad, sweet
table and complimentary
bar (honest!), Frank Boos
auctioning meals, trips,
toys and jewelry.

JEWISH COMMUN-
ITY CENTER Runners

Club was well represented
at recent Marine Corps
Marathon in Washington,
D.C. . . . Those finishing on
the cold, blustery day were
. . . Arnold Citron (senior
member of the group, age
65), Guy Barron, Ronnie
Gluskin, Morey Katz, Joel
Kashdan, Jerry Levine,
Ken Sanders and Jerry
Sukenic.
CONGRATS . . . to
Pauline Eisner . . . on her
75th birthday.

A fool often fails because
he thinks what is difficult is
easy, and a wise man be-
cause he thinks what is easy
is difficult.

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