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October 01, 1982 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Artist Exhibits
in Mt. Clemens

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

PHONE NUMBER folks
can call to help Boy Scout
Troop 23 from being dis-
banded due to lack of assis-
tance for Scoutmaster Nate
Trager, is 553-4896 . . .
That's Nate's number.
The list of people who
were once members of Troop
23 from the Hannah Schloss
Bldg. of yesteryears to this
day reads like a Who's Who
in local Jewry . . . abso-
lutely no reason whatsoever
for it to disband . . . Scout-
master for over 50 years,
Nate Trager definitely de-
serves the assistance
needed to keep it going . . .
He's done a fantastically
wonderful job!
BELATED
CON-
GRATS . . . to Beverly and
Ed Ersher . . . of Sneaky
Treats . . . on their 25th
anniversary.
JOE CORNELL wants
to know what the world is
coming to . . . When he
can't even pay with real
money nowadays . . . Joe
went to Paul's Auto Wash
on Woodward, recently . . .
gave them a $100 dollar bill
and had to show some
identification!
CHAI FLYERS is the
name of pilot's group whose
progress was asked about
. . . It now has 20 members
(19 male, one female) . . .
Some have military back-
ground but all fly a little of
everything (no jet pilots
yet).
Aside from social events,
the group has had a number
of programs . . . including
safety, ultralight planes,
women in aviation, film on
instruments and some
meetings where the mem-
bers just sit and shoot the
breeze ("hangar fly" in pilot
language).
New officers of Chai
Flyers recently elected are
Dr. Ken Dickstein,
president; Paul Levine, vice
president; Marshall Stern,
treasurer; and Susan Sipo-
rin, secretary . . . Next
meeting is this Monday, 8
p.m., in the lower level con-
ference room of Oakland-
Pontiac Terminal . . .
Group meets here the first
Monday of each month.
ERRATA ... Former De-
troiter Jerry Yaker, now of
Beverly Hills, Calif., cele-
brated 50th anniversary at
art deco spot, Buran
Entertainment Center on
the coast.
SECOND THEATER
Party by American Jewish
Congress here . . . Oct. 17,
7 p.m. . . . at Cong. Beth
Shalom on W. Lincoln, be-
tween Coolidge and Green-
field, Oak Park . . . fea-
tures Israeli-made, English
language musical film,
"Kazablan" . . . Chairman
is Ida Burstein . . . Tickets
will be available at the door
. . . if any are left . . .
Would be a good idea to call
Ida at 557-4228 . . . and get
them to make sure you see
this fine picture.

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RE UNION DEPT. . . .
Oct. 10, 6:30, is Central
High, '47 June and January
classes' 35th . . . Call
Gladys "Gigi" Kemper,
357-1776, or Helen Klau,
353-7034 . . . Central
1942's 40th is Oct. 16 at
Hillcrest Country Club . . .
Call Elaine (Danto) Lacoff,
968-0471, or Bert Harris,
355-9649 . . . Central's
June and August '52 classes
have their 30th, Oct. 23,
8:30, at Shenandoah Coun-
try Club . . . Call Cliff
Chudler, 626-5507 or Gary
Wexler, 559-7085.
Oak Park class of '62's
20-year is Nov. 26 . . . Call
Shelley (Cherin) Miller,
645-1169, Eilene (Gold)
Kushner, 968-1955, or Bar-
bara (Mayers) Brand, 661-
2918.
Much interest is being
generated for the 50-year
plus and minus of Northern
High, 1930 or before to 1933
or after . . . being or-
ganized by California shoe
magnate Seymour Fabrick
(Vogue Shoes) . . . with
date already sealed for May
20, 1983 at Michigan Inn.
Could be the biggest ever
. . . which is really the way
Seymour thinks and does
things . . . This dynamic
millionaire personality
formed the one in May 1981
that still has people talking
. . . and little doubt but
that this one will create
quite a buzz.
RECENT TENNIS FI-
NALS at Tam O'Shanter
for the club championships
had Bernice Soskin adding
to her trophy case . . . She
was first in ladies singles
. . . first in ladies doubles
with partner Rae Rivkin
. . . and runner-up in
mixed doubles with partner
Dr. Morrie Starkman.
THE LA BUSINESS-
MAN friend of a former De-
troiter tells of the four-
year-old son getting a mini-
ature picture machine for
his birthday . . . He had
never been taken to a real
movie but he loved the ani-
mated cartoons that were
shown on his new machine.
One day his father said,
"I've got a real thrill in store
for you tonight son. Charle-
ton Heston is coming over
for dinner. He is a great
movie actor." . . . The little
boy was very much im-
pressed . . . "What is he,
dad? A cat or a mouse?"
CONGRATS . . . to
Applegate Square, North-
western between 12 and 13
. . . on its fourth birthday
. . . and to the fine mer-
chants who have made it
one of Michigan's top shop-
ping centers . . . Celebra-
tion is today and tomorrow.

Some scholars believe
that the manna God
supplied to the Children of
Israel as they wandered
through Sinai was actually
the sap-like secretion of a
species of tamarisk tree.

One man is as good as an-
other until he has written a
book.

Sculptor-painter Cecilia
Reiner will open an exhibi-
tion of her works Sunday at
the Art Center, 125
Macomb Pl., Mt. Clemens.
Women's American ORT
will host a public opening
1-4 p.m. Sunday. Admission
is free.
Gallery hours are 11
a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday and 1-4
p.m. Sunday. For details,
call the Art Center, 469-
8666.

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The Center for New
Thinking will begin a series
of talks on "Issues of Con-
science" 10 a.m. Thursday
in the Somerset Mall Au-
ditorium.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
focus on Willard Gaylin.
There is an admission
charge. For information,
call the center, 546-8928.

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