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April 07, 1989 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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of EDS and GM. He notes
that his book is an outgrowth
of his reporting during
September 1984-June 1987.
He wrote the book for one
year and then took a position
with the New York Times. Ex-
cerpts of his book have ap-
peared in the New York Times
and the Detroit News. He
dedicated his book to his
parents and notes the tremen-
dous support of his wife.
In the next few months,
Levin will be on tour discuss-
ing his book. He is excited
about the possibility of fame
and fortune — especially the
latter. ❑

TIDBITS

VARIETY CLUB
The 1989 Celebrity Ball at
the Westin Hotel, Sunday,
promises to be an exciting
event with the following
awards: Richard Kugh,
humanitarian award;
William Marcus, pioneer
award; Margot and
Warren Colville,
community service award;
Warren Pierce, media
award; Jack Morris, sports
award. Some of the people
planning on attending:
Lois and Mark Shaevsky,
Carol and Abe Minowitz,
Aviva and Jack
Robinson, Dede and
Oscar Feldman and
Dorothy and Bud
Gerson.

PURIM PARTY
In addition to Purim
parties for children, Adat
Shalom Synagogue held an
adult Purim/fund-raising
event. Some of the families
enjoying the event included
the Neuvirths — Morris,
Annette, Michael, Cheryl,
Sandy; the Vieders with
grandson Jason checking
coats; Richard and
Denise Victor, Renee and
David Lieberman, Don
and Bobbie Blitz, Gary
and Bobbie Miller,
Marshall and Jody Sack
and Jay and Sandy
Zeskind.

HILLEL DINNER
The upcoming Hillel dinner
May 10 at Adat Shalom
will honor Sadie Cohn,
supporter of Jewish
education. The event will
be a family affair with
Sadie's children Judge

Avern Cohn and Rita
Haddow as honorary
chairmen. Grandchildren
Lauren Liss and Leslie
Magy, with husbands
Robert Liss and Paul
Magy, helped at the
sponsor event at the home
of Paul and Marlene
Borman. Great-
grandchildren Rebecca
and Josh Liss and
Harrison Magy attend
Hillel. Some of the other
"extended" family
supporters include: Ron
and Cheryl Riback, Sal
and Sonia Pone, Barbara
and Michael Chaitin,
Martin and Sharon Gene.

ACADEMY AWARDS
Move over Shirley Eder.
Linda Solomon, celebrity
photographer and
interviewer, attended the
Academy Awards and
reported some inside
information. Bo Derek is
still a "10". Jodie Foster
was very emotional
backstage after winning
best actress award. Jane
Fonda attended the
ceremony with her two
children, while Dustin
Hoffman came with his
mom, daughter and wife.
Cher refused to give
interviews. Kim Novack
looked young with the help
of a few plastic surgeons.
Linda's photos, along with
more Academy Award
information, can be seen at
the spring luncheon at
Knollwood Country Club.

AKIVA DINNER
Akiva Hebrew Day School
recently held its 25th
anniversary banquet with
Ivan Bloch, as general
chairman, and honorary
chairman, Erry
Loewenthal, Dr. Harvey
Sabbota and Mark
Schlussel. The honorees
were Lawrence and
Shirley Loewenthal. Some
of the people spotted in the
crowd include: Dr. Conrad
Giles, Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan, Rabbi Allan
Meyerowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Les Goldstein, George
and Rosa Chessler, Rabbi
Elimelech Goldberg,
Sophie Rohlik and Alex
Roberg, director of Detroit
Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital, who celebrated
his 75th birthday. ❑

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