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June 17, 1983 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, June 11, 1983

Butzei Health
and Fitness Spas

Project Outreach VIPs Cited Holocaust Education Topic

More than 30 "Volunteers
for Isolated People" were
honored recently by the
Jewish Vocational Service
at a special dinner for the
JVS Project Outreach pro-
gram.

FOR WOMEN
CALL 661-0600

FOR BROCHURE AND APPLICATION

WEEKEND SPA:

Friday, September 2-Sunday, September 4

• Personal - Fitness Profile • Body Awareness
• Dynamic Stretching • Yoga • Kalosomatics
• Aerobic Dance • Swimnastics • Back Care
• Seminars • Tennis • Jogging • Walking
• Volleyball • Softball
• Horseback Riding (Full-Week Spa)
• Swimming • Sailing • Canoeing
• Skit Night • Square Dance • Israeli Dance
• Calorie Controlled Meals • Stress Reduction
• A Great Group Experience •
Directed By Ada Bandalene

Detroit Woman
Ordained at HUC

Jill (Gila) Colman Ruskin
of Detroit has been ordained
a rabbi by Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion at ordination serv-
ices at its Cincinnati school.
Rabbi Ruskin is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Colman.

HARRY THOMAS

IS CLEANING HOUSE!

Entire stock of fine spring suits, sportcoats, slacks
will be SOLD regardless of cost.

NOW

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Albert I. Ascher, JVS
executive director, com-
mended the volunteers for
bringing friendship and a
sense of Jewish pride to
more than 200 elderly Jews
who live in Detroit's inner
city. Miriam Iwrey, assis-
tant project director of Citi-
zens for Better Care, ad-
dressed the gathering. Faye
Menczer, Project Outreach
staff worker, presented pins
to the volunteers. Volunteer
coordinator Joe LaPides as-
sisted in planning.
Among the volunteers
honored were:

Harry Aronovitz, Dr. Leonard
Aronovitz, Rose Baggleman,
Denny and Sandy Brenner, Saul
and Helen Brenner, Marilyn Be-
tman, Bessie Chase, Bernie and
Goldie Davis, Don and Marsha
Davis, Edwina Davis, Bessie
Davidson, Ernie Deutsch, Rabbi
Noah Gamze, Gerti Golinbursky,
Alan Gordon and Rabbi Sol-
omon Gruskin.
Also, Ingeborg Jordan, Ed
Kahn, Rabbi Eliezer Kaplan, Dr.
Edward Kroll, Dr. James Labes,
Alice Lubin, Ben and Pearl Mar-
ton, Ellen Must, Eli Neumann,
Dr. Conrad Pearl, Chuck
Pearlstein, Betty Rodner, Ed
Rosenthal, Ann Ruskin, Faye
Schwartz, Lillian Schwartz, De-
bbie Schostak, Robert Singer,
Sam Sovel, Helene Stupsker,
Lisa Webne, Lil Weinbaum and
Allen Zemmol.

Couple Speaks
Wedding Vows

of Communal Program

A program devoted to a
discussion of Holocaust
education will be held 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the main
United Hebrew Schools
building.
Participating organiza-
tions include the Holocaust
subcommittee of the Jewish
Community Council, the In-
terfaith Committee on the
Holocaust of the Greater
Detroit Round Table of the
National Conference of

Christians and Jews and
the Holocaust Memorial
Center of Greater Detroit.
Light refreshments will
be served. Friends are wel-
come. For information; call
the Jewish Community
Council, 962-1880.

If you attempt to beat a
man down and so get his
goods for less than a fair
price, you are attempting to
commit burglary.

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MRS. ECKER

Ellen Randi Berkson of
Houston, Tex., and William
Michael Ecker, also of
Houston, were married re-
cently at the Doral Beach
Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of
Temple Beth Sholom in
Miami Beach officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H.
Berkson (former Detroiter
Lyla Feldman) of Miami
Beach. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Ecker of Shaker
Heights, Ohio.
Lori Ann Berkson was the
maid of honor. Mrs. Ralph
Kaiser was the matron of
honor. Mrs. Jeffrey Kanter,
sister of the bridegroom,
Ellen and Janice Feldman -
of Farmington Hills and
Debra Ecker were the
bridesmaids.
Dr. Robert Ecker was
his brother's best man.
Ushers were Robert
Berkson, brother of the
bride, and Herbert Jaffe
of Shaker Heights, Jef-
frey .Kanter, Bud Mar-
golis of Cleveland, Ohio,
Kenneth Posner of Hous-
ton and Jeff Prince of
Houston.
.Following a Hawaiian
honeymoon, the couple will
reside in Houston.

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