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November 30, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, Nov. 30, 1973

BALLET

Dance
Classes

JACK BARNES
DANCE CENTER

6346 Orchard lake Road
and Maple

851-2400

Akiva School to Honor Tanzmans at Concert

Irving Herschman, chair-
man of the honoree commit-
tee for the sixth annual
Akiva Day School Concert,
announces the selection of
Dave and Lottie Tanzman as
this year's honorees.
The concert, the school's
major fund-raising effort,
will be held Feb. 17 at Ford
Auditorium. For ticket in-
formation, call the school,
354-4664.
Herschman noted that the
Tanzmans were instrumental

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in founding Akiva Hebrew

Day school 10 years ago.
Today, Akiva provides an
intensive Hebrew and secu-
lar education for more than
220 students in kindergarten
through 12th grade.
Akiva's 12th grade is cur-
rently in Israel for a year of
study.
Tanzman is a past presi-
dent of the school, and both
have been active workers for
Akiva.
The Tanzmans have had
careers with the U. S. gov-
ernment. Mrs. Tanzman rose
to the supervisory level at
the U. S. Department of
Labor Bureau of Labor Sta-
tistics in Washington. Her
husband is special assistant
to the regional director of the

The 74th annual meeting of
the United Jewish Charities
will take place 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday, at the Jewish Cen-
ter, in conjunction with a
meeting of the Jewish Wel-

fare Federation's board of
governors.
Alfred L. Deutsch, UJC
president, will give the
annual report of the organi-
zation. Samuel Schiff, co-
chairman of the JWF-UJC
endowment committee, will
report on that group's activ-
ities.
The business meeting will
also include the election of
new officers. The nominating
committee is headed by
George M. Zeltzer.
The JWF board of gover-
nors meeting will take place
during the course of the eve-
ning. President Mandell L.
Berman will present Federa-
tion's young leadership
awards to Dr. Conrad L.
Giles, Mrs. Burton Mahler
and Robert NI. Rubin.
Rubin, immediate past
president of the junior di-
vision of the Jewish Welfare
Federation. is the recipient
of the JWF William H.
Boesky Young Leadership
Award, Berman announced.
The award, established in
1966, annually honors a junior
division member for outstand-
ing leadership. It encourages
the honoree's attendance the
Young Leadership Conference
jointly sponsored each year

Menora Singles will hold
its last singles dance and
party of the year 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at Alvaro's Res-
taurant.
This dance is open to
single Jewish adults age 18-
40. Attire is casual.
Music will be provided by
"The American Scene."
Dances are held the first
Sunday of each month.

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SIZES 7 to 14
REG. $50

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U. S. commissioner of medi-
ation and is the officer in
charge of the Detroit field
office. He established the
Detroit office of the Federal
Mediation and Conciliation
Service and was graduated
Phi Beta Kappa, from Wayne
State University, with a de-

United Jewish Charities to Meet;
Robert Rubin to Get Award

Menora Singles
to Close Out Year

OFF

MR., MRS. TANZMAN

B'nai Moshe Singles will
hold a wine-tasting party 8
p.m. Sunday at the Embassy
Towers Apts. lounge. Singles
21-30 are invited at a nom-
inal charge. For information,
call the synagogue office, LI
8-9000.

Cocktails for Singles

Swinging Singles, 25 and up
will host a cocktail party with
dancing to the Johnny C Band
9 p.m. Dec. 7 at Alvaro's
Restaurant. For information,
call Henrietta Lewis, 546-0903.

ERIC ROSENt)„

gree in industrial sociology.
Native New Yorkers, the
Tanzmans have four Detroit-
born children.
Tanzman continues to
serve as a cantor for High
Holy Day services.
He and his wife are life-
time members of the Zionist
Organization of America and
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi.
They belong to Young Israel
of Greenfield. Mrs. Tanzman
is a past vice president of
Akiva PTA.
Tanzman, a lifetime mem-
ber of the Industrial Rela-
tions Association and past
president of its Detroit chap-
ter, is a founder of the So-
ciety of Professional Dispute
Resolutions. He is a member
of the executive committee
of the Jewish Community
Council.

and

his.

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WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS
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16300 North Park Drive
Southfield, Mich.

(at North Park Place)

357-3111

9:30-4:30 Mon.-Sat.

ROBERT M. RUBIN

by the United Jewish Appeal
and the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Rubin, active in the junior
division since 1963, served as
its vice-president and chair-
man of the executive commit-
tee.
He is 1974 campaign coor-
dinator for the junior division.
He is president of Robert
Morris Investment Company
of Southfield.
A reception will follow
Tuesday's meeting.

SUNDAY, JAN. 13, 1974

IS THE BIG DAY!

ALL NEW 1974 EDITION

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Business
Briefs

MAURICE A. BETMAN of
Maryland Ave., Southfield,
president of LIFE AND
PENSION PLANNERS, INC.,
recently was voted second
vice president of the Michi-
gan Insurance Counselors
Association.

Mr. and Mrs. Club,

City of Hope to Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Group of the
City of Hope will meet 7 p.m.
Sunday at the home of Lester
and Reva Greenspan, 29199
Wellington, Southfield.
New ideas for 1974 fund-
raising projects will be dis-
cussed. A social hour will
follow.

at the

Ford Auditorium 7:30 p.m.

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