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June 18, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-18

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Leslie Davidson Wed
to Leonard S. Kaplan

Bereznitzer Aid Party

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Bereznitzer Aid Society will hold
its annual games party 8 p.m. ll. By HATTIE
Thursday in the Sholem Aleichem
SCHWARTZ
Institute. Refreshments and prizes
The graduation of Arthur Lieberman and Sheldon Katanick from will be offered. Guests invited. El UN 4-7294
the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery at Des Moines was For table reservations, call chair-
Satin Items
attended by their Detroit parents and relatives. In Iowa for the cere- man Fanny Koss, 545-0354. Tickets
Personalized
monies were the Irving Liebermans, George Fleischers and Mrs. will be available at the door.
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Blanche Weisenthal, parents and grandparents of Dr. Lieberman; his
wife, Rochelle; and Lori Lieberman. The Irving Katanicks, Rochelle
Monogrammed
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
Katanick and Kenny Josephs saw their son and brother graduate.
Gift 'Sets Jack Gorback Photo
Also present for Dr. Katanick's graduation were Mrs. Weisenthal, his
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grandmother; the Norman Katanicks and Aaron Katanick.
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Philip Ross Sidran of Miami Beach has been visiting with his
Val Campbell Theatrical Agency
mother, Mrs. Sally DeRoven Sidran of Appoline Ave. following his
Call SEY,MOUR SCHWARTZ
graduation from the Massachusetts College of Optometry, Mr. Sidran
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was vice president of Pi Omicron Sigma professional optometric frater-
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nity on campus, and belonged to Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity
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while attending the University of Florida. He is presently engaged in
post-graduate study and research, after which he plans to go into the
Have Your Family Portrait • Wedding
military as an optometric officer.
Tastefully Photographed by
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyers of Ohio Ave. attended the graduation of
Our Professional Staff
their son Kenneth from the Chicago College of Osteopathy. Dr.
Meyers was the recipient of two special awards for his outstanding
work in his class.
Betty Kowalsky and Jerome Stasson will present their students in
a piano and violin recital 8 p.m. Wednesday, at the Baldwin Recital
StMcliP of
Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Passell of West Outer Drive were among the
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first-nighters at the opening of the Shakespearean Festival in Strat-
ford, Ontario, Monday and Tuesday nights.
Mrs. Emma Schaver participated in the commencement exercises
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of the Jewish Teachers Seminary and People's University of New York
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City Wednesday evening at Carnegie Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. David G. Metz and family of Harbor Springs, Fla.,
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz and the
Bernard Dosies in their Greenlawn Ave. homes.

activities in Society

SAMMY
WOOLF

MRS. LEONARD KAPLAN

Leslie Dale Davidson became the
bride of Leonard Sheldon Kaplan
in a recent ceremony in Temple
Israel. Rabbis M. Robert Syme and
Jacob Segal and Cantor Harold
Orbach officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Davidson, 24051
Morton, Oak Park, and Mrs.
Hyman Kaplan, 15231 Dartmouth,
Oak Park, and the late Mr. Kaplan.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza with an Empire waist
and square-necked bodice, de-
tachable chapel train and a man-
tilla of silk bordered with rows of
Swiss lace.
Mrs. Henry Leshman, the bride-
groom's sister, was matron of
honor. Maid of honor was Steph-
anie Katz, and bridesmaids were
Jan Dee Broida, Bonnie Phillips,
Betty Sue Goldman and Mrs. Gary
Eisenberg.
Henry Leshman served as best
man. Ushers were Jeffrey David-
son, the bride's brother; Bruce
Saltman, Howard Moss, Robert
Schwartz, Ronald • Michaelson and
Gary Eisenberg.
After a honeymoon in Concord,
N. Y., and a cruise to Nassau, the
couple will live in Royal Oak.

Area Developers
Meet Success in
City and Suburbs

(Related story, Page 24)
Announcement of plans for the
new Independence Hall high-rise
development in Elmwood P ark
came on the heels of reports that
the Elmwood Park "suburb in a
city" is already a best seller.
The four development firms
which will erect the first homes
and apartments in the 560-acre
area east of Lafayette Park are
the Smokler Co., Nelson-Grosberg
Co., Promenades Construction Co.
and Mario Land Co.
It was noted there are nearly
three potential customers for every
housing unit to be built in the
initial groupings, The Promenades
of Elmwood Park. Townhouses and
apartment units in the four seg-
ments are valued at some
$15,000,000.
To insure coordinated planning
and promotion, the four companies
have set up the Promenades De-
velopers Association, under the
presidency of Mandell L. Berman,
senior vice president of the
Smokier Co.
Meanwhile, the $50,000,000
Somerset Park development area
in Troy is growing by • leaps and
bounds, it was announced by the
Biltmore Development Co. Philip
and Max Stollman are prinicpals
in the firm.
The company has purchased 600
additional acres of land north of
the residential, commercial and
recreational comple x. Stollman
foresees an entire 800-acre city
within a city and said the success
is far greater than first antici-
pated. A golf course, shopping cen-
ter and office center will be started
soon, in addition to the apartment
houses. already under construction.

NEW to
PI let

Suburban

Activities

OPEN SUNDAY 12 TO 5 P.M.

House Resolution
Honors Leo Polk

CENTENNIAL LODGE will hold
its annual installation 7 p-m. Sat-
urday at King's Arms Restaurant.
Harry Weinberger, past president
of Bnai Brith Men's Council, will
A resolution honoring union
install Daniel. Pevos, president; leader Leo Polk was offered by
Sam Goldstein, Burton Altman and House Speaker Joseph J. Kowal-
Ronald Hamburger, vice presi-
ski at a recent
dents; Maynard Kalef and Robert
session of the
Eisenberg, secretaries; Sanford
State Legisla-
Roth, chaplain; Carl Lippit, guard-
ture.
ian; Gilbert Greenbaum, warden;
Polk, business
and Mitchell Simmer, Marshall
agent for the De-
Martin, Paul Newman, Arnold
troit Joint Board
Fisher, Dr. Alan Sobel, Robert
of the Amalga-
Rosenfeld and Dr. Robert Wein-
mated Clothing
stock, trustees.
Workers of
* * *
America, is to be
REX LODGE has installed Har-
honored in Sep-
old Finegood, president: Frank P.
tember by the
Blase and Harry Dines, vice pres-
Zager-Stone Bnai

idents; Don Levin, secretary-treas-
urer; Mark Liss and Donald Gar-
land, secretaries; Haskel Adler,
chaplain; Marc Fox, warden;
Levenberg, guardian; and Sandy
Eisenberg, Murray Hozman, Her-
bert Lefkofsky, Harold Adler and
Roland Naftaly, trustees.
*
*
HARRY B. KEIDAN LODGE
has installed Judge Charles Kauf-
man of Circuit Court as president.
Other new officers are Phillip
Chapnick, Harold Jaffa and Ed-
ward Singer, vice presidents; Al-
fred Lakin, Stanley D,icksteen and
Harry Oberstein, secretaries; Max
Smith, treasurer; Max Lieberman,
and Harold Siefman, chaplains;
Phillip Stein, warden; Hy Grand,
guardian: and Max Schreiber, Her-
man Schmier, Cantor David Bag-
ley, Charles Milan, Seymour Horo-
witz, David Gross, Allen Zemmol,
Eugene Lastar, Sam Margolis and
Harold Norman, trustees.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS LODGE
will install Jack Fine as president
and other officers 8:15 p.m. June
27 in the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute. Chairman Harry Cohen has
arranged a program of dancing,
entertainment and refreshments.

Executive Saul LeVine
Designs Moving Sidewalk

Saul LeVine, secretary-treasurer
of Federal Engineering Co., is co-
designer of a portable moving
"sidewalk" • and escalator system
to convey people, baggage or
materials.
The system is ready for intro-
duction by Stearns Manufacturing
Co., a subsidiary of Federal En-
gineering. Air terminal men have
shown interest in the system.
Federal Engineering, founded
45 years ago, is one of the area's
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS largest tool, die and heavy ma-
Friday-, June 18, -1965-19 . chinery • shops. - -

Brith Lodge, of
which he is fi-
nancial and cor-
responding sec-
Polk
retary.
The resolution reads as follows:

Whereas, on Sept. 12, 1965, in De-
troit, Michigan, the Rabbi Mandel M.
Zager—Louis Stone Bnai Brith Lodge
No. 1614 will honor Leo Polk, financial
and corresponding secretary of the
lodge, for his many years of outstand-
ing service and dedication, not only
to his church, but also to the citizens
of Detroit and the State of Michigan;
and
Whereas, Leo Polk has, for over 20
years, been on the board of directors
of the Detroit Chapter of the Ameri-
can Red Cross and during these years
has been a firm advocate of persons
donating blood for those less fortun-
ate and during this period has himself
donated over 300 pints of blood; and
Whereas, Mr. Leo Polk, as blood
bank chairman, instituted the Inter-
faith Blood Bank mobiles and also
"Operation Leaky Arm" at Southern
Michigan State Prison whereby the
inmates have donated over 60,000 pints
of blood in the last 10 years; and
Whereas, Leo Polk has served on
the executive boards of the AFL-CIO,
United Foundations, Jewish Welfare
Federation, Allied Jewish Campaign,
United Negro College Fund and Bnai
Brith; and
Whereas, during his many years of
dedicated public service, Mr. Polk has
received awards from the governor
of the state of Michigan in 1952 and
1959, the Detroit Common Council in
1952, the Medal of Valor as the citizen
of the vear in 1951, from the 42nd
Rainbow Division Association of Mich-
igan, the National Red Cross Award of
Appreciation in 1946, the Jewish War
Veterans in 1955, radio station WXYZ-
Detroit Free Press in 1950, U.A.W.
Telescope Program in 1957 and Bnai
Brith awards in 1952, 1955 and 1957;
now
Resolved by the House of Repre-
sentatives, that the members of the
House of Representatives take this
opportunity to express their sincere
appreciation for an outstanding citi-
zen of the high caliber and dedicated
fervor of Leo Polk and join with the
Rabbi Mandel M. Zager—Louis Stone
Bnai Brith Lodge No. 1614 of Detroit,
Michigan in honoring their very good
friend, Leo Polk; and be it further
Resolved, That a copy of this reso-
lution be transmitted to Leo Polk at
his testimonial dinner.

Dr. ABRAM L. SACHAR, presi-
dent of Brandeis University, will
be a principal speaker at the 85th
anniversary World ORT Congress
in Rome at the end of June.

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