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August 18, 1978 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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4 Friday, Agra 13, U7$

THE DEDKAT DASH let

Judges Friedman, Frankel Tell Candidacy for Election

Judges Benjamin J.
Friedman and Marvin F.
Frankel have announced
their candidacy for re-
election to the District
Court 45-B Bench in the
general election of Nov. 7.
The 45-B Judicial District

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serves the cities of Oak
Park, Huntington Woods,
Pleasant Ridge and the
township of Royal Oak.
Judge Frankel was ap-
pointed to the bench as
municipal judge in 1968 and
was re-elected in 1969 and
1973. Judge Friedman was
elected municipal judge in
1969 and re-elected in 1973.
Both Judges Frankel and
Friedman were designated
district judges by the state
legislature in 1974 and as-
sumed their present posi-
tions in 1975.
Judge Frankel is on the
advisory boards of the
Anti-Defamation League,
Alcohol Highway Safety
Education Program and the
Michigan Association of Re-
tarded Persons. Judge

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JUDGE FRANKEL, JUDGE FRIEDMAN

Frankel is a lecturer for the ndered to the public as
public relations section of members of judiciary, and
the Michigan District for the honor which such
Judges Association. He also service has brought to the
is on the Rules and Forms law school."
Judges Frankel and
Committee of the Michigan
District Judges Association. Friedman have established
He has also been active with a unique and highly suc-
cessful Neighborhood Ar-
the Criminal Justice Insti-
bitration Panel, presided
tute and the Michigan Judi-
over by clergymen and
cial Institute.
Judge Friedman is a other community members
member and former of- in an attempt to resolve
ficer and vice president neighborhood problems
of Cong. Beth Achim. He without resorting to legal
has served on the board proceedings.
of the United Hebrew
The probation depart-
Schools and is a member ment established by both
of the board of the ADL. judges in 1970 has re-
He is a member of the ceived national recogni-
Jewish War Veterans tion and serves as a
and the Detroit Goodfel- model for similar prog-
lows. He serves on the rams throughout the
criminal justice negli- country. Hundreds of in-
gence, real estate, corpo- terns and master's de -
rate, finance and busi- gree candidates in social
ness law sections of the work have served in the
Michigan Bar Associa- probation department
tion.
which has been designed
A former delegate to the by University of Michi-
Jewish Community Coun- gan, Michigan State Uni-
cil, Judge Friedman also versity, WSU, Oakland
has been a guest lecturer at University and Oakland
the Wayne State University Community College as a
Law School and serves on teaching facility.
the Legislative and Prog-
Both the WSU and Uni-
ram Committees of the Dis-
versity of Detroit Law
trict Judges Association.
Schools have selected the
Both Judges Friedman
45-B District Court as a
and Frankel are graduates
training facility for senior
of the WSU Law School. On
law students. Both Judges
May 13, 1976, the law
Friedman and Frankel have
school and Dean Donald H. worked closely with these
Gordon honored both judges
by awarding them Certifi- future lawyers both off and
on the bench.
cates of Recognition for
"distinguished service re-
S?otts ezizgu2te

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DEAR YOUNG COUPLE:

Hickory Farms stores at
12 Oaks Mall, Meadow-
brook Village Mall and
Northland and Eastland
Centers will contribute 20
cents to the Muscu!ar Dys-
trophy Association for every
cheese ball or cheese log
sold through Sept. 4. From

Aug. 28 to Sept. 4 the stores
will contribute 20 cents to
MDA for each pound of beef
stick sausage sold.

'Tis fortune chiefly that
makes heroes.

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MOVING?

Priced Sale of Household Contents

Conducted In Your Home

Estates Liquidated

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ELECTROLYSIS

Looking for a home to buy? Today's best value is a home in OAK PARK. The
same home in Mortgage Acres or Farmbloom will cost half again more. Your
OAK PARK home is built of excellent materials. Compare with the cost cutting
cheap materials used today. Compare City services. Plowed paved streets
last winter compared to unplowed or muddy ruts. Compare closeness of
police, fire dept., parks, library, shopping, transportation, work driving dis-
tances and Synagogues. You can find no better value or protection for your
dollar. OAK PARK home prices have no place but up to go. Those in Mortgage
Acres- are already bloated and inflated in price and can only come down in
price.

WORKS! :1 1 :

Some who are selling Oak Park homes are afraid to live in an integrated
community. Thank G-D Blacks have caught up with these racists and can
now also afford to live wherever they please especially in Farmbloom and
Mortgage Acres.

THE ROWS_

When looking to buy a home, buy a community as well. One with parks, Shuls,
kosher stores and butcher shops. Choose a Jewish Community not assimila-
tion and oblivion. Buy in Oak Park.

P.S. We thank reader ROSE TOLIN for her ad of kind words in appreciation for
our advertisement.

Business Briefs

Rudolf Leitman, Louis
Zuckerman and Manuel
Katzman, all New York
Life Insurance Co. agents,
have earned top national
and regional company hon-
ors "in recognition of their
1977-1978 sales records.
Leitman has been named
national chairman of the
advisory board of directors
fo the Top Club, the com-
pany's highest honor. Zuc-
kerman has been named
East Central regional vice
president of the Top Club.
Katzman has been named
East Central regional sec-
ond vice president of the Top
Club.

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Celia)
Rott will be honored by
their children on the occa-
sion of their forthcoming
50th wedding anniversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin (Fritzie) ::::
Rott, Mr. and Mrs. Cy ?:::
(Elyse) Rott, Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon (Carol) Rott and !
Mr. and Mrs. (Ruth) Chosid.

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