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August 13, 1982 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Three Embassies in Syria
Attacked by Demonstrators

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

SEYMOUR FABRICK

is at it again . . . The
former Detroiter, and now
California shoe man who
created such excitement
with his effervescent energy
and enthusiasm in the all-.
out effort for a successful
1932 reunion of Central
High, was in Detroit with
wife Rose to make ar-
rangements for May 29,
1983 . . . at Michigan Inn
. . . He passed up last year
, because people didn't think
two years in a row would be
so accepted . . . Now
Seymour has taken on an
even larger chore . . . cal-
ling the one-day biggie "50
Years Plus and Minus" . . .
including the Central High
graduating classes of 1930
to 1933.
Alumni who attended the
last shindig called Central
from Iowa, Missouri, etc. to
find out when the next reu-
nion would be . . . and were
referred to Seymour in
California . . . The last af-
fair, May 9, 1981, drew over
300 ex '32 grads without
much fanfare . . . Former
alumni Frankie Paul and
group will again provide the
music and a lot of people
want to work this time on
Seymour's committee . . .
Here are the people to call:
1930 . . . Harry Portner,
851-2546. . . 1931. . . Dr.
Louis and Anne Berent,
557-5613, or Abe Friedman,
541-7517, or Sylvia Brown
Schneider, 356-6064, or Re-
becca Glantz, 851-7024 . . .
1932, Mildred Mintz, 968-
3019 . . . 1933, Rose Kaye,
855-3479, or George Kent,
335-9577 . . . Also on the
committee is 1928 grad, Lil-
lian Owens, 356-0090.

BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . . to Loula Pap-

Friday, August 13, 1982 29

DAMASCUS — Angry
demonstrators staged at-
tacks on the U.S., Saudi
Arabian and Jordanian em-
bassies here Monday.
The group, estimated at
between 300 and 400 per-
sons, had gathered in
Damascus to protest the Is-

fashToned beach party in
back of the condominium on
the final night . . with
Evy Kepes and Natalie Car-
roll rounding up the rest of
the food and liquids . . .
WASHINGTON — Bnai
Gloria Flanders coordinates Brith International has
a real talent show in the published a guide designed
condo's club house for the to encourage its members to
entertainment . . . and help the 35 million handi-
everyone tries to outdo each capped in the U.S. achieve
other . . . This year's pro- as much independence as
gram included . . . Irving possible. ,
and Gloria Flanders, Fran-
cine and Obbie Friedman
Be yourself. Who else is
and Natalie and Bill Carroll better qualified?
in a minstrel show . . . Ivan
and Connie Fidler, Ann and
Carl Carron and Bert and
Restaurant & Pizzeria
Lois Loewenstein-in a skit
10511 W. 7 MILE RD.
about Charlevoix . . . Leo
AT MENDOTA
and Libby Sklar, Lois and
Shelly Ross, Bernice Garon
and Madeline Posner in a
burlesque dance ... Harvey
and Phyllis Shapiro in a
dialogue . . . Bob and
THE PRICE IS RIGHT
Gloria Moses during "Don-
IT PAYS TO COME
key Serenade" . . . an -d
OVER!
Jerry and Evelyn Kepes
playing the violin . . . plus
864-8553
Jerry continuing his joke
patter for five days.
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pas . . . Frank's daughter
and Charlie's niece . . . at
Rialto Cafe on Woodward.
SIX YEARS AGO, a
group of suburbanites, who
had been vacationing on
their own in Charlevoix
each summer, got together
and formed "The Friends of
Charlevoix," an informal
GET WELL WISHES
organization of Charlevoix
to Al Selik . . . out of
lovers_who make the trek up
north for at least five days Sinai Hospital after re-
moval of a gall bladder.
each July.
Members of the group
GOOD WILL AMBAS-
. . . now totaling 12 couples SADOR Dept. . . . Dr.
. . . have specific duties Morrie Firestone . . . op-
. . . Bill Carroll writes tometrist traveler, a fellow
"The Friends of Charlevoix who hasn't forgotten the
Newsletter" during the off days ofyesteryears . . . and
season . . . with Francine has good words to say about
Friedman as circulation everybody.
manager . . . Ivan Fidler
LEFT OVER proceeds
runs the "Charlevoix Open"
golf tournament at the from recent 20-year reunion
of Mumford High class of
Municipal Course, teaming
1961 were divided among
'sip the couples . . . Carl
six charities . . . a very fine
,3attler (Kathy) is beverage
chairman (providing gesture indeed.
nourishment near the fifth
THE BEST LITTLE
tee) and dentist Carl Carron
Singles Club in Town is new
is prize chairman for the name of Hamilton Place
golf awards "banquet" that Singles (35 and up) . . .
night . . . actually a long whose next affair, rain or
cocktail party.
shine, will be Aug. 29 . .
_ Bert Lewenstein is hot Belly dancer is slated as the
dog chairman for the old-
surprise entertainment.

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is Aug. 19 through Aug. 22
. . . at Pontiac Mall.

Ernie Backalar and David
Otis of the Bedford Area
Citizens for Muscular Dys-
trophy held their first Car-
nival for Muscular Dys-
trophy at the home of Judie
and Jerry Weisman • • •
Each year, the carnival
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carnival held in the bac-
kyard to last year's annual
Superfair held in the Tel-12
Mall, the Bedford Area Citi-
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trophy have raised over
$50,000.
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noon to 6 p.m. . . . dunk
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than 30 booths with games,
prizes, food, etc .

raeli invasion of Lebanon.
Witnesses said the demon-
strators started chanting
anti-American slogans and
pelting the U.S. embassy
with stones when the em-
bassy staff refused to accept
a written protest.
The demonstrators, who
also smashed windows and
furniture at the Saudi Ara-
bian and Jordanian embas-
sies, were chased off by
police.

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