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August 13, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-13

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Stephanie Avrunin
Now Mrs. Waldman

Former Detroiters Feted
on 50th Anniversary

Activities

LOUIS MARSHALL LODGE and
PHILIP HANDLER - EAST SIDE
LODGE announce their joint an-
nual moonlight cruise, leaving
from the foot of Woodward 9 p.m.
Sunday. There will be dancing, en-
tertainment and refreshments, it
was announced by the two presi-
dents, Harry S. Cohen of Marshall
Lodge and Jules Abrams of Hand-
ler-East Side Lodge, For reserva-
tions call either James Laker, UN
1-2611 or DI 1-1132 for Marshall
Lodge members and friends, and
Jules Abrams at WO 2-0118 or
861-1824 for Handler - East Side
members and friends.
* * *
REX LODGE recently installed
the following officers: Harold Fine-
good, president; Frank Paul Blase

Testimonial Dinner
for Leo Polk Slated
by Zager-Stone Lodge

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, August 13, 1965

Men's Clubs

BETH AARON MEN'S CLUB
will hold a picnic 11 a.m. Sunday
at the Town and Country Day
Camp. According to Abe Halem,
president, and Martin W. Hol-
lander, programming vice presi-
dent, guests are invited. Directions
to the camp: west on 12 Mile Rd.
to Haggerty Rd., left about 14 mile.
Shelter will be provided in case
of rain. Bring your own lunch, and
no pets are allowed.
* * *
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB is
sponsoring a theater party 7:30
p.m. August 22 at Northland Play-
house. Menasha Skulnik will ap-
pear in the comedy "Enter Laugh-
ing" by Carl Reiner. For tickets,
call Phil Bolton, LI 2-7737, or
Joseph Hassal, UN 2-6192 or TE
4-4222.
*
TAU EPSILON RHO LAW
FRATERNITY, Detroit Graduate
Chapter, will hold its annual pic-
nic Aug. 14 at the home of David
A. Goldman, 28682 Millbrook,
Farmington.

Rabbi Mandel S. Zager-Louis
Stone Lodge, Bnai Brith, is plan-
ning to pay homage to one of its
members, Leo Polk, at a testimonial
dinner 6 p.m. Sept. 12 at the Stat-
ler-Hilton Hotel.
Active in the UJA, the Jewish
Welfare Federation, the United
Foundation, the NAACP, the
United Negro College Fund, and
the Detroit Chapter of the Ameri-
can Red Cross, Polk is perhaps
best known as a professional blood
MR. AND MRS. DRESNER
donor, having given 318 pints dur-
ing his lifetime.
MRS. BARRY WALDMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Dresner,
and Harry Dines, vice presidents:
Serving on the board of directors
Stephanie Avrunin recently be- Don Levin, treasurer; Mark Liss of the Detroit Chapter for 15 years, former Detroiters of Miami Beach
celebrated their 50th wedding an-
came the bride of Barry P. Wald- and Don Garland, secretaries: Has-
he helped to start "Operation niversary recently with a dinner
man at Temple Israel. Rabbi M. kel Adler, chaplain; Marc Fox,
party at the Carillon Hotel.
Robert Syme solemnized the mar- warden; Ed Levenberg, guardian;
Helping to celebrate the occa-
riage.
and Murray Hozman, Herbert Lef-
sion were their children, David,
The bride's parents are Mr. and kofsky, Harold Adler and Ronald
Jack, Mrs. Louis J. (Betty) Cohen.
Mrs, William Avrunin of Ludlow Nafalez. trustees.
Morris, Albert, Dr. Sol, Milton and
Ave., Huntington Woods. The bride-
* *
Joseph.
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Dresner, now retired, was a
Alex Waldman of Kenosha Ave., Workshop Planned
former builder in Rochester and
Oak Park.
for BB Leadership
Syracuse, N.Y., and Detroit. His
TRADITION! TRADITION!
The newlyweds will reside in

wife was active for many years in
Herbert S. Levy of Washington,
Lansing, where they both attend
i
the Jewish European Welfare Or-
D.C.. director of Bnai Brith na-
Michigan State University.
SID
ganization, and the Jewish Home
tional program, will be the guest
for the Aged. She is now a life
of the Metropolitan Detroit Coun-
State Department's
member of Hadassah and Technion
cil at 8:15 p.m. on Thursday in
Societies.
the social hall of Cong. Gemiluth
Fischer Checkmating Chassoclim.
The couple, who resided here for
MOVIES, SINCE 1946
45 years, has 20 grandchildren and
All lodge presidents, vice presi-
Severely Criticized
i WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
three great-granchildren.
dents and program, community
The refusal of the State Depart- and veterans' service, publicity
CALL
ment to grant a visa to Bobby and retention chairmen are in-
Grand Rapids was the first city I
Fischer to go to Cuba for the vited to attend this seminar-work-
LI 3-3400
in the world to fluoridate its water 1
chess tournament was severely shop, designed to inform BB
supply.
criticized in a New York Times leadership on a wide variety of
editorial Aug. 4. The editorial, matters vital to the BB program.
LEO POLK
entitled "Bobby Fischer Check-
Levy coordinates lodge pro-
mated," follows:
Leaky-Arm"
at Jackson Prison,
grams, functions and activities as
There was something especially \yell
as leadership development where the inmates have donated
From LONDON, ENGLAND
ridiculous about the State Depart- and training
close to 60,000 pints of blood for
ment's denying passport authoriza- 1 5 0 0 lodges, programs in over use by the Red Cross for citizens
tion for Bobby Fischer, the United eight G r an d
in the Jackson area.
States chess champion, to go to Lodges in
He also started inter-faith blood-
Cuba. "He does not fall within more than 30
"Distinctive Styling in Music
banks which have been copied
the department's established cri- State Associa-
to your Individual Taste"
throughout the nation, and has
teria," a spokesman solemnly ex- tions and Re-
recruited
thousands
of
donors
for
plained.
gional Coun-
the American Red Cross.
Just how the Brooklyn grand cils and lodges
Born in Paris in 1908, Polk lived
master would be contaminated by a n d districts
in Russia with his mother until
playing in the Capablanca Me- overseas.
1917, when they came to the United
morial Tournament in Havana,
He is t h e
States to rejoin his father in
PRE-VACATION SPECIALS!
along with players from a great author of cur-
Brooklyn. At age 16 he went to
many countries, defies imagina- rent issues Levy
tion. The only danger he could programs on topical subjects of Baron de Hirsh Trade School and
run would be from his own un- special BB interest. In connection became a plumber.
He has worked as a laundry
certain temperament, but that is with the race relations program,
13420 W. 7 MILE ROAD
something he risks in every tour- he has been on the scene in Mis- driver, an active member of the
Laundry Workers Joint Board, and
Fresh
Killed
nament,
sissippi and Alabama. Levy also
YOUNG HEN TURKEYS
In order to bar Bobby Fischer, went to Moscow for background an executive member of the Ameri-
35 c1b.
can Labor Party.
the State Department is even on Soviet discrimination against
Fresh
Killed
He
has
been
active
on
the
coun-
breaking its own rules, since ac- the Jews and has visited Jordan
FANCY FRYERS
29 c1b.
credited journalists have always and an Arab refugee camp prior cils of the Wayne County and I
been allowed to go to Cuba and to crossing the Mandelbaum Gate Michigan AFL-CIO, and has been
Government
I
nspected
Democratic board member from
Fischer has credentials from into Israel.
FRESH SMOKED CHUBS
69 cIb.
the 13th and 15th Districts.
Saturday Review and Chess Life.
He came to Washington in 1960
Polk lives with his wife Natalie
It now seems that one has to be after having been located in New
FREE DELIVERY — UN 4-6963
a "bona fide journalist" and not York City for 16 years as the pro- at 20027 Mansfield. His son
Specials
Good Aug. 13 through Aug. 20
Herbert
is
a
teacher
in
the
Buffalo,
just a journalist.
gram director of District Grand N.Y. school system.
So to the rejected categories of Lodge No. 1.
WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION
American teachers, students, scien-
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Prior to coming to Bnai Brith,
AUGUST 22 TO AUGUST 29
tists, authors and artists, we must
now add chess players. This is the Levy was a radio news commenta-
reductio ad absurdum of a policy tor and was connected with the
that harms the United States a lot motion picture industry. He has
also done theater advertising and
more than it does Cuba.
While barred from participation publicity.
On the
/-
in the international chess tourna-
This
Week's
Radio
and
ment, it has been announced that' New WSU Volume:
Television Programs
the 22 1year-old U.S. champion will
Orans' The Santals'
take part in it by telephone.
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
When the tournament officials
Martin Orans, former Wayne
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
agreed to such telephone participa- State University professor, now an ,
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
Station: WWJ.
tion, the State Department again associate professor of anthropol-
Feature: "Dramatic: Job," tenth
more important than what you say
asked that he be permitted to go ogy at the University of California, of a series of literary dialogues on
to Cuba, but reconsideration of the Riverside, is the author of the the poetry of the Bible, with Pu-
is how you soy it, Expressions of
ruling was refused. Telephone calls newest volume published by Wayne litzer Prize-winning poet Mark Van
sympathy, best wishes or congratu-
between the United States and State University Press — "The Doren and author Maurice Samuel.
lations are much more effective with
* * *
Santal: A Tribe in Search of a
Cuba are not restricted.
a gift basket that speaks for you
Great Tradition."
TO DWELL TOGETHER
. .. in an eye-appealing, taste-tempt-
The volume is a study of the
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
ing and satisfying manner.
largest tribe in India, the Santal,
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
whose members for the past 50
We are Michigan's leader in
Feature: "Rabbinical Parlia-
years were engaged in India's ment," a discussion of the issues
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There must be a reason!!
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the recent annual meeting of the
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