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Social Pace Heats Up for the Summer

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June 11, 1987|MARY LOU LOPER | Times Staff Writer

Debutantes and their mothers: Karen Bare, Mrs. Bruce Bare Jr.; Jennifer Cole, Mrs. Richard Cole; Laurie Edmundson, Mrs. John Edmundson Jr.; Christine Edwards, Mrs. John W. Edwards; Cynthia Frykman, Mrs. Edward W. Frykman; Kelsey Garrett, Mrs. Marvin Garrett; Kathryn Gitzinger, Mrs. Philip Gitzinger; Tricia Grant, Mrs. Hugh M. Grant; Laura Graven, Mrs. Lawrence S. Graven; Beth Griebe, Mrs. Edward Griebe Jr.; Annemarie Grund, Mrs. Lee A. Grund; Corinne Havens, Mrs. John Havens; Erica Hoegee, Mrs. Richard Hoegee; Heather Holland, Mrs. William Holland; Cami Kaplanis, Mrs. Peter Kaplanis; Elise Kerckhoff, Mrs. John Darrell Kerckhoff; Rebecca Mielke, Mrs. Lary Mielke; Wendy Mills, Mrs. Nelson Mills; Katherine Ownbey, Mrs. Lloyd Ownbey Jr.; Lisa Pawlek, Mrs. Donald Pawlek; Kimberly Popovich, Mrs. John Kristoffer Popovich; Leslie Reeves, Mrs. Roy Reeves; Erin Tompkins, Mrs. Emmett Tompkins; Denise Varner, Mrs. Ronald Varner; Laurel Vidmar, Mrs. Jake Theodore Vidmar III, and Leslie Wallen, Mrs. Richard Wallen.

INTERNATIONAL: Sallie Estes Seltzer of Sherman Oaks, daughter of the Richard Seltzers Jr., will make her European debut June 25 in Vienna, Austria at the Ball des Rosenkavaliers at Palais Schwarzenberg.

PLAUDITS: Tributes were bestowed upon Leo Chaloukian, president of Ryder Sound Services, at Perino's by the Armenian Film Foundation and four governmental branches. Not only was he saluted for "Platoon" (it was the Academy Award winner for sound recorded at Ryder), but for his civic-mindedness, including four scholarships annually to UCLA. Archbishop Vatche Hovesepian of the Armenian Evangelical Church of Hollywood delivered the invocation, and foundation vice president Walter Karabian, former California Assembly majority floor leader, was master of ceremonies. More heaping praise were Burton Stone, Louise Simone, Peter Pilafian, Robert Papazian, Judge Richard Amerian, State Sen. William Campbell, Lilit Marzetuny, Flora Dunaian J. Michael Hagopian, foundation chairman. Wife Virginia and son Dale also attended.

KEEPING UP: "The Group" at Otis Parsons dined and danced at 385 North around the special menu created by Roy Yamaguchi, chef/owner. . . . Celebrities went on stage at the 72 Market St. Oyster Bar and Grill in Venice as part of the National Public Radio's "Fanfare" Campaign for the Arts, a three-year $8 million fund drive. . . . UCLA Gold Shield Alumnae danced the night away at black-tie affair at Sheraton Grande co-chaired by Judy Levin, president, and Sheila Cameron, to raise funds for scholarships. Among the crowd Sue and Chancellor Charles E. Young, Eva and Dr. Raymond Orbach, Polly and Dr. Elwin Svenson, Patti and Dr. Harlan Amstutz, Lanie and Lazare Bernhard, Nancy and Dr. Wiley Barker. In celebration of its 50th anniversary last year, the group raised an endowment of $250,000 to establish the Gold Shield Faculty Prize as a biennial award for outstanding faculty members in mid-career. . . . John H. Rohrbeck, Sonnai Frock and Friends of Reconstructive Surgery Research hosted wine and dessert in Hancock Park to preview the Sea Goddess II, the ultimate sailing vessel. Friends plan to charter the ship for a weeklong luxury Mediterranean cruise departing from Monte Carlo Oct. 3 with ports of call Portofino, St. Tropez, Collioure, Barcelona and Ibiza. Only 58 staterooms, so hurry . . . It was a headless ball, a Phantom Ball III, that Nancy Powell headed last week. No one attended; they just gave to Community Counseling Service, a nonprofit mental health agency with out-patient facilities, two 24-hour crisis residential houses and a career development center.

SPORTING: Baseball's Willie Mays and basketball's Julius Erving will be honored with Life Achievement Awards June 22 at the second annual Cedars-Sinai/Drexel Burnham Lambert Sports Spectacular Dinner at Century Plaza. Frank Gifford will emcee to benefit the new medical genetics-birth defects center at the medical center. . . . Last year participants were turned away due to popularity of the fifth annual Latin Business Assn. Celebrity Classic Golf/Tennis Tournament. Chairman Ruben Garcia expects the same this year July 24 at Industry Hills Country Club. Mario Machado will be master of ceremonies during the presentations . . . Some 180 golfers are expected to compete in the HEAR Center's sixth annual Golf Tournament Monday at Glendora Country Club. Chairman Sandy Albrecht expects to net $25,000.

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