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November 03, 1989 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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e's called by many the
best 70-plus tourna-
ment handball player
in the country . . . and it
comes as no surprise.
Ben "Lefty" Glenner,
former Detroiter living in Tu-
janga, Calif. with wife Mary,
always was the guy you never
could beat . . . At least I
couldn't when we shot pool
together on Linwood Avenue
years back.
They used to call him
"Handsome Lefty" in those
days of yesteryears . . . and
his handball prowess today is
something for many to learn
from . . . Benny used to play
street handball as a kid . . .
and in 1966 when the courts
were built at the YMCA of
LaCanada, Calif., he became
interested again . . . Ben is a
60-year YMCA member.
He recently took the 1989
USHA four-wall national
championship in Palatine,
Ill. after going through top
seeders from North Oak,
Minn.; Austin, Texas; and
Atlanta, Ga. . . . With the
winners' cup joining others on
Ben's and Mary's mantle at
home, he goes to Nashville,
Thnn. this month to put
another one up there.
Mary was in town recently
. . . sure sorry I couldn't meet
up with her after all these
years . . . betcha I could have
taken her in a game of pool.
CONGRATS . . . to sister
Lil Rosen . . . on her birthday.
SWEETEST DAY was fill-
ed with a lot of love for
humanity recently as 188
"angels" paid $2,000 per cou-
ple to attend Michigan
Cancer Foundation's dinner
at Ritz Carlton, Dearborn.
The very charitable MCF
fund-raising members made
Helen Zuckerman, founder of
the Angels with her late hus-
band, Paul Zuckerman, very
happy again in support of
MCF's programs in basic
cancer research, epidemio-
logical research, prevention
and patient services.
Since the first gathering in
1985, membership in the
Angels of Michigan Cancer
Foundation has grown four
times its original size of 80
who gathered at the Zucker-
man home.
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medallions of Norwegian
salmon.
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at MCF with. Maxine
Ashcroft and Joe Mikola-
jczyk, and . Mike is executive
director of the Jewish Welfare
Federation.
The black tie gala wasn't
witihout laughter . . .
especially when master of
ceremonies Mort Crim in-
troduced Dave Hermelin .. .
"The first time I met Dave,"
he said, "by the time he stop-
ped talking we were old
friends."
Dr. Herbert Bloom and wife
Judge Alice Gilbert, Betty
(Bettina) Fenley and Jack
Gold, Hy and Lucille Dorf-
man, Tom and Linda Klein,
Helen and Paul's daughter;
their son, Norbert Zucker-

Lefty played street
handball as a kid
in Detroit. He
recently took the
1989 USHA four-
wall national
championship in
Palatine, Ill.

man, Robert and Suzie
Sosnick, Richard and Linda
Kughn, Bruce and Rosalie
Rosen, Doug and Sydell
Schubot, Ann Eisenberg,
Doreen Hermelin, Martin
Blanck . . . and so many more
showing why the , curse of
cancer will one day be
defeated.
FANTASIA by American
Lunch Association of
Southeast Michigan is Nov.
15 at Hyatt Regency, Dear-
born . . . 5 p.m. cocktails,
shopping and psychics, 7 p.m.
dinner in Hubbard Ballroom
with master of ceremonies
Rich Fisher, fashion produc-
tion by Leah Marks and
Detroit debut of New York
designer George Simonton
8 p.m., and auction 9 p.m. . . .
For $35 tickets, call ALASM,
559-5100.
RECENT celebration for
Louis Kay was in honor of his
40th anniversary of coming to
the United States . Brunch
for family and friends was
given by son and daughter-in-
law Stuart and Stefanie Katz.
BEST BET Of The
Weekend . . . A Day In The
Catskills musical revue this
Sunday, 2 p.m. at Jewish
Community Center, Oak
Park, 10 Mile east of
Greenfield.
YES, THERE'S probably a
gal out there who says this
prayer every night . . . "Dear
God, I don't want much for
myself, but I'd appreciate it if
you would send my mother a
son-in-law."



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