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June 13, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-13

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30 ' Friday, June 13, 1980

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

BRUCE SEID, recent other was for graduates
fourth round draft choice by from 1927 on. If you had
Chicago Cubs of the Na- been given the correct in-
tional League, is the son of formation I'm sure there
Ed and Mitzi Seid of would have been more."
Diamond Bakery.
Morris Sher
Bruce played second base
According to Leonard Si-
for Oak Park High and mons, president emeritus of
Adray Appliance . . . His the Detroit Historical
high school batting average Society, Detroit Central
was .538.
High opened its doors on
Another son, Rick, a Sept. 8, '1896. Some years
catcher, was drafted in 1971 ago, says Leonard, Detroit
by the Boston Red Sox and Central celebrated its 100th
played three years of minor graduating class around
league ball before going into January, 1921 . . . He was in
business on the West Coast. the 101st graduating class
A third son, Lee Seid, was (June '21) ... Figuring two
an all-state catcher . . . and graduating classes a year,
received a baseball schol- says Leonard, by June, 1980
arship for college bit chose there will have been 219
the business world instead graduating classes.
. . . He owns Dynamic Car-
"The earliest records,"
states Leonard, "show that
pet Cleaning.
All three sons of Ed and Detroit had its first Board of
Mitzi attended Oak Park Education in 1842 and from
High.
what I can see, its high
MAIL DEPT.. . . "Just a school had no name until
few lines to let you know 1896 when it became 'Cen-
that the driver of the Oak tral High School' and moved
Park Community Center into its building on Cass and
bus is very courteous and Warren (now WSU 'Old
pleasant to his senior `Main')."
passengers. Although he is
14 YEARS AGO, Alfred
not Jewish, he speaks and Ivor Stebbins and wife
understands Jewish. He Helen emigrated to Detroit
treats the passengers with from London to be near
the utmost respect and their children and
thoughtfulness. He is a nice grandchildren . . . He estab-
person and it is a pleasure to lished himself as head of
ride in his bus."
men's fashions at Van
Mrs. Moore Horns . joineVilarshall-
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Suburban Bnai Brith and
. . . to Irene and Nathan made such a mark in pro-
Light . . . She, is the new gramming that when his
president of Bnai David Sis- health prevented him from
terhood and he is the new accepting presidency, his
president of Mr. & Mrs. brothers made him an hon-
Group, City of Hope.
orary.
Both Al and Helen are
PLANS ARE BEING
started for the Women's now ardent Americans, de-
American ORT Bowlathon eply involved in the Jewish
community . . . They have a
to be held this fall.
HELLO
from Izzy continuing loyalty to the
Goldman . . . 1348 S. Ave. state of Israel where son
Plar K-206, Tucson, Ariz. Geoffrey served in the mili-
tary and married a seventh
85710.
BEN "BENJIE" MA- generation Sabra . . . On the
LIN, class of '49 Central 13th year of Al's emigra-
High, invites folks to his tion, Marshall Lodge
new fashion ladies show awarded him the unusual
store on Ventura Blvd. in Bar Mitzva honor by select-
San Fernando Valley ing him as Israel Bond Man
(Woodland Hills, Calif.) Of The Year.
He will be honored at a
. . . Ben's address is 20929
tribute dinner-dance, e june
Ventura Blvd., Woodland
25, at Kingsley Inn . . . with
Hills, Calif. 91364 . . .
Max Sosin and Eric
phone no. 884-7773.
COUPLES CLUB at Rosenow teaming up for the
Temple Emanu-El had its evening . . . Guests are wel-
10th annual garage sale re- come and can make reserva-
cently at the temple on W. tions by calling Carl Pearl,
10 Mile Rd. . . . with the ris- 838-5384.
ing cost of everything, the
sale was its most successful. Church Performs
MAIL DEPT. . . . "The
recent get-together of the J. Chajes Work
The Chancel Choir of
graduates from the new
Central High School on Kirk in the Hills in Bloom-
Linwood and Tuxedo stated field Hills will perform
that the first class was 1927. Julius Chajes' "The 142nd
That is not so. I was in the Psalm" at Sunday morning
first class in 1926. Mr. services.
The psalms will be sung
Corns was the principal.
Katherine Hines was the in memory of the late Dr.
assistant principal. Dick Harold DeWindt, pastor of
Frankenstein was the class the Kirk from 1953 until his
death in 1971.
president.
Chajes, conductor of the
"I am sure there are a lot
of the graduates around, Jewish Community Center
and I would like to see a •Symphony Orchestra, wrote
get-together if possible. The the work in Vienna in 1932.

Iranian Jews
Warned to Leave

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
called on the Jews of Iran to
get out of the country as
soon as possible — and go
anywhere else they like.
"We would prefer of course,"
he said, "if they came to Is-
rael, but the main thing is
that they leave because
they are in real danger."

Begin spoke at *meeting
with the coordinating corn-
mittee of Iranian olim,
chaired by Likud-Herut
Knesseter Moshe Katsay.
Katsav said the gates of
Iran were open to exit— but
there were severe restric-
tions on what property and
wealth one could take.

It was decided to establish
an "emergency group" that
will orchestrate public reac-
tions and private efforts to
"save Iranian Jewry."

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