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April 17, 1970 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-17

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38—Friday, April 17, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Akiva Open House Miss Gail Ruskin to Wed
Marc Wolfson in August
Ken neth Bove,- to nke Set for Parents of
Pupils
Bride, Rona Lieberman Prospective
Starting its seventh year, Akiva

Hebrew Day School will hold open
house for parents of prospective
students, 9:30 a.m. May 12.
A special program is planned,
including a tour of the school, ob-
servation of classes and a meeting
with Rabbi Manfred Pick, princi-
pal, who will lead an open discus-
sion of problems in the field of
education and the contribution of
day schools.
Classes are limited to some 15
students and range from kinder-
garten to ninth grade. Starting
this fall, parents may enroll pre-
schoolers in a supervised
sexy class.
David Tanzman, president of
Akiva, emphasized present edu-
cational needs of Jewish children
in setting a standard which not
MISS RONA LIEBERMAN
only meets the intense require-
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lieberman ments of more demanding institu-
of Rosemary Ave., Oak Park, an- tions of higher learning, both re-
nounce the engagement of their ligious and secular, but also "pro-
daughter Rona to Kenneth M. vides the student with necessary
Boyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman intellectual insight and great ma-
Boyer of Pennsylvania Ave., South- turity to cope with forces bent on
confusing and confounding him,
field.
leading him away from Judaism."
The bride-elect is a senior in the
Akiva's curriculum is approved
college of education at Wayne State
by the county and state depart-
University. Mr. Boyer is a senior
ment of public instruction.
in Wayne State University's college
For information, including
of law.
scholarships, call Akiva Hebrew
A December wedding is planned. Day School, 545-1060, or write the
school at 24061 Coolidge, Oak Park
48237.
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TV Film on Israel AF
to Be Shown at Lunch

The NBC-TV film depicting Is-
rael's air force and showing how
its fliers are chosen and trained,
will be shown at the dessert lunch-
oen hosted by Mrs. Morris L. Scha-
ver at her home, 25259 Ingleside,
Southfield, 1 p.m. April 23.
Mrs. Walter (Hilda) Leibo, of
New York, national Israel Bond
Women's Division director, will be
guest speaker. The luncheon is for
presidents and leaders of Jewish
women's organiaztions.
Mrs. Leibo is coming to mobilize
Jewish women, for an effort to
strengthen Israel's economy.

Business
Brevities

HAROLD B. GREENBLATT
21651 Stratford, Oak Park, genera
agent in the local area for AMERI
CAN UNITED LIFE INSURANCE,
attended the company's 1970
Leaders Club sales meeting in
Miami Beach. Greenblatt made the
trip as the result of his outstanding
sales record during the r,ast 18
months. Mrs. Greenblatt accom-
panied her husband. Greenblatt's
general agency offices are at 17515
W. Eight Mile Rd.
• • •
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SCHWARTZ has now augmented
her complete line of invitations and
party accessories with the latest
gift favors for sweet sixteens and
showers. Addressing facilities are
available with all orders. For per-
sonalized service, call 356 - 8563.

THE MICHIGAN CHAPTER OF
THE AMERICAN MASSAGE AND
THERAPY ASSOCIATION announ-
ces the following members licensed
by the Detroit Board of Health:
Eva's Figure Control, Detroit;
Lady Be Beautiful, Wyandotte;
Knob in the Woods Health Studio,
Southfield; Santi Sauna, Royal
Oak; Detroit School of Swedish
Massage, Detroit; Health Director
YMCA, Detroit; Wally's Health
Clinic, Lapeer; Maslo's Health
Studio, Detroit; American Health
Studio, Royal Oak.

Every reform, however neces-
sary, will by weak minds be car-
ried to an excess which will itself

need reforming.
— Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

activities in Society

Dorothy Goldberg, president of the Ladies Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans, has just returned from a trip through Israel.
Mrs. Goldberg visited the Tel Hashomer Hospital, maintained by Jewish

War Veterans who recently supplied them with battery operated ambu
lances.

Professional Entertainment

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MISS GAIL RUSKIN

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ruskin cf
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Gail to Marc William Wolfson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Wolfson
of Arnold, Pa.
The bride-elect is a sophomore
majoring in elementary education
and Spanish at the University of

Michigan. Mr. Wolfson is a junior
majoring in oceanography at U. of
M.
An August wedding is planned.

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Colman of
Sherwood Ave., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Suzanne to Robert Blue-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bluestein of Boston. The bride to
be is a graduate of the University
of Michigan. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of Cornell University and at-
tended graduate school at U. of M.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gelfand of
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the engagement of their daughter
Judith Ann to Robert V. Dankan-
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Dankanics of Somerset, N.J. The
bride - elect is a graduate of the
University of Michigan. Her fiance
holds a bachelor of arts degree
from Niagara University and a
master's degree in psychiatric
social work from Rutgers Univer-
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