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January 24, 1975 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, January 24, 1975

Burdick Named
to Circuit Court

Parents to Hear
Local Psychologist

Dr. George D. Barahal, ,
professor of clinical and edu:
cational psychology at Wayne
State University, will speak
at a general meeting of the
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
PTA 8 p.m. Feb. 10 at the
yeshiva building.
Dr. Barahal will discuss
the problems involved in child
raising. He will speak on
diagnostic testing in schools
and the availability of the re-
sults to parents. The public
is invited.

Common Pleas Judge Ir-
win H. Burdick has been ap-
pointed by Gov. William G.
Milliken to one of two va-
cancies on the Wayne County
Circuit Court bench.
Judge Burdick, although
unsuccessful in his Novem-
ber election bid, was the only
Circuit Court candidate rated
"outstanding" by the Detroit

Detroit Socialites
to Sponsor Dance

The Detroit Socialites will
hold a mid-winter dance 9
p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Johnny C and his orchestra
will perform. Refreshments
and social mixers will be fea-
tured. The community is in-
IRWIN H, BURDICK
vited. For information, call
Bar
Association public ad-
Ruth Baker, 645-1549, Or Mol-
visory committee and one of
lie Stern, 342-2791.
only three candidates rated
"preferred and well quali-
fied" by the Detroit Civic
Searchlight.
Former Gov. George Rom-
ney appointed Judge Bur-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
dick to a vacancy on th e
968-2563
Common Pleas bench in
1968.

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its kosher beef salami, in-
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institutional sales and three
vacuum-packaged sizes for
consumer sales. Kosher Zion
salami and other delicatessen
products are prepared under
supervision of the Chicago
Rabbinical Council, and are
U.S. government inspected.
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ALLAN D. BREYER of
Oak Park was recently pro-
moted to vice president, as-
sistant controller and man-
ager of computer systems,
First Federal Savings of
Detroit.

THE NEEDLEPOINT
GALLERY, located at 6346
Orchard Lake, West Bloom-
field, announces bargello and
needlepoint classes will be
formed this month and in
February. The gallery also
offers an array of fashion
and gift ideas and projects
for creating household items.
Hours are 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
For information, call the
gallery, 851-8861.
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Sinai Honors
Nate Shapero

Nate S. Shapero, a leader
in the 'activities of Sinai Hos-
pital of Detroit, has been
appointed honorary chairman
of the .executive committee
of its board of trustees.
In 1974, he concluded six
years in the role of chairman
of the executive committee.

Dairy Introduces
Kosher Ice Cream

Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream,
certified kosher by the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America, is being
introduced in Detroit by Gold-
en Valley Dairy.
Manufactured in New York
according to a Scandinavian
formula, Haagen-Dazs is a
natural ice cream containing
no artificial flavors, colors,
chemicals or preservatives.
It also is a rich ice cream,
with a weight of eight pounds
per gallon in contrast to or-
dinary ice cream at 4.5 4.8
pounds per gallon. •
Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream
can be found in independent
and gourmet stores.

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ditional cantorial practice.

"The Holy Sabbath" con-
tinued the prayers of the Sab-
bath and the festivals, while
the "A v o d a t h Hakodesh"
dealt with the prayers of the
High Holy DayS of Rosh Has-
hana and Yom Kippur.

Appearing with Cantor Dan-
to were Cantors Shabtai Ack-
erman of Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel; Hyman Adler,
Cong. Bnai David; Simon
Bermanis, Cong. Beth Achim;
Louis Klein, C o n g. Bnai
Moshe; Harold Orbach, Tern-
ple Israel; Jacob Sonenklar,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek (emeri-
tus); and Larry Vieder, Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Frohman composed the
"Avodath Hakodesh" orator-
io in 1964 and the "Holy
Sabbath" in 1968.

Center Still Has
Course Openings

Detroiters to Be
at WJC Events

Three Detroiters will be
among the delegates to the
World Jewish Congress pl•gri
nary assembly, Feb. 3-10 in
Jerusalem.
They are: Rabbi Leon
Fram of Temple Israel, hon-
orary president of the Michi-
gan Council of the American
Jewish Congress; Mrs. Ar-
nold E. Frank, past presi--7"
dent of the Michigan Council ,
and the Detroit Women's Di- 1
vision and a member of the,
national governing council'
and a national vice si-
dent; and Rose Schwa
past president of the
oit
Women's Division and
tional vice president.
Arthur, Hertzberg, national
AJCongress president, will A
lead the U.S. delegation.
About 500 delegates are
expected from all over the
world at the gathering at
which the crucial issues fac-t'
ing world Jewry will be ex-_,
plored. Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin, Dr. Nahum,
Goldmann and other global.'
leaders will address the ple-
nary. There also will be
workshops and commission
meetings. •01

There are still a limited
number of openings in the
spring semester of classes,
programs and activities at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, scheduled to begin Feb.
2.
Among the classes still
open are Hebrew classes, in-
Say to them that are of
cluding Bible discussion and fearful heart, be strong, fear
beginners and advanced be- not.—Isaiah
ginners Habet-Ushma lan-
guage courses, the "Some-
thing Special" program for
3-6 graders and the "Stepping
Stone" program for 3-5-year
olds. _
For information, contact
the Center, 341-4200.

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A. Alfred Taubman, an in-
ternationally-known innova-
tor in the retail commercial
development industry, will
speak to the ,Probus Club at
7 p.m. Feb. 6 at the Town
and Country He will
discuss "What Does the Fu-
ture Hold for Regional Re-
tail Development?"
Taubman is the chief exec-
utive officer of the Taubman
Co., the only firm which de-
velops major retail centers
on a coast-to-coast basis. His
firm has helped develop
Briarwood, Ann Arbor; Fair-
lane, Dearborn; and the
world's largest center, Wood-
field in Chicago. Guests are
invited.

851-7886

Wrapping with Carol

More than 1,000 people
heard Cantor Louis Danto of
Toronto join seven local can-
tors in a concert featuring
the works of composer Don
Frohman Monday evening at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The Don Frohman Chorale
and Sinfonietta, comprised of
members of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, accompan-
ied the cantors in the enjoy-
able two-hour performance.
Frohman, concert and op-
era baritone and composer,
conducted two sacred orator-
ios, written with the aim of
blending art and practical
usefulness into harmonic cre-
ation. Contemporary harmon-
ic devices were used, while
the style was kept within tra-

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Performance at Adat Shalom

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Mori Littre — Leonard McDonald Etc.

NATE S. SHAPERO

Shaperb guided the hospital
as its president from 1962
through 1968, having first
been appointed vice presi-
dent in 1957.
He was a member of the
by-laws, nursing and re-
search committees. He is a
member of the program plan-
ning and the building com-
mittees. His eight-year chair-
manship of the building com-
mittee in the hospital's early
days brought to fruition some
of the institution's expansion
programs.
Shapero has been a mem-
ber of the Sinai board since
the formation of its first
board of trustes, and now is
a life member.

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