100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

May 23, 1986 - Image 68

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-23

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

68 Friday, May 23, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE

PO-\.
O

CLASS ACT

ORCHESTRA

entertainment for
your organization,
club or private party.
Stage Shows
Close up magic
Audience
Participation
Mel Eisenberg
547-2464

(313) 363-4162

the

"Music for all generations"

Stuart Rogoff
357-4716

MAGICIAN
Exciting

GIGUE
oFzcHEsi-R zlig

Ralph baron
968-0021

.

40.46
%. 0
J.
ii:
o6 0

()

14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE REALLY SHOWS . . .
STOP BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!



Calligraphy
<slo,
Hebrew Calligraphy
• Party Planning
• Commercial Dept.
• Business cards



ALSO . . . OUR NEW & EXCITING INVITATIONS
i
DIRECT FROM THE NATIONAL
.4, 4k
Oey
STATIONERY SHOW. YOU'LL LOVE THEM!
44 , 440.,

* 4 , . 4 4 4', #044.i
to

%

itt tott44t W e;44- € 444,‘444

D atzz

.

4%

569-9792



FLOODED WITH PAPER WORK?

ARE YOU A PENSION/PROFIT SHARING MANAGER,
AN ACCOUNTANT, AN ATTORNEY, OR AN ACTIVE
PRIVATE INVESTOR?

Keeping track of your own investment portfolio or company pen-
sion assets is a time consuming and tedious task, particularly if you
are responsible Or tracking and consolidating several brokerage
accounts.

RELY ON

DATA SYSTEMS

We can relieve you of the inevitable year-end paper work pile-up by
organizing your statements of account on , an on-going basis. Your
role? Simply furnish us with your documents. Each month we return to
you clear-cut, concise year-to-date reports.

EACH MONTH, AT A GLANCE

You will be able to:
• clearly see the investment positions within the portfolio

• highlight the value movements of the securities
• keep track of commissions, so you are quickly aware of excesses
• provide up-to-date information for your investment plan
actuaries and administrators
• have accurate, year-to-date summaries available for your

accountant

EXPERIENCED HELP? PDS HAS IT!

Our background includes:
• pension and profit sharing plan record keeping
• large scale data processing operations
• business programming

Our clients are assured of accuracy and prompt reporting.

FOR CONSULTATION CALL: (313) 626-3731

LOUIS MILGROM

Seminary Picks Honorees

MENTALIST

0 elinit4' 4 1 it-.44,41,10.4

4 XV4/41
4
4

SYNAGOGUE

GAIL MILGROM

Pension Data Systems

Fuchs

Max Goldsmith Alice Goldsmith Fields

The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary has announced the hon-
orees who will be paid tribute at
the annual fund-raising dinner
June 5 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
They are: Cantor Israel Fuchs
of Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses, Max and Alice
Goldsmith of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and Lea and Walter
Field of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Cantor Fuchs studied at the
Visho Yeshiva in Transylvania,
Romania, for advanced Tal-
mudic studies'.
His musical abilities brought
him in contact with cantors
wherever his continuing Tal-
mudic studies took place. Sev-
eral of the most famed and
prominent cantors of Czechos-
lovakia under whom he sang as
a chorister and gained appren-
ticeship included Cantor
Braverman of Munkatch,
Gottlieb in Ungvar, Zalman
Leib Vider in Michalovtze, and
Solomon Stern in Pressburg
(currently Bratislava). By age
18, Cantor Fuchs was already
an experienced synagogue
choral conductor and free-lance
cantor.
In 1936, Cantor Fuchs moved
to pre-state Israel and came into
close association with world rec-
ognized figures in the cantorial
field, including Cantors Leib
Glantz, Y'hudo Kelman, Leo
Low, Leibush Miller, -Shlomo
Ravitz, Efraim Rosenberg and
Shmuel Vigoda. Cantor Fuchs is
a member of AKUM (Composers
Guild of Israel). Over the years,
Cantor Fuchs has become recog-
nized as one of the foremost
composers of cantorial and
synagogue music, as well as
contemporary Chassidic and Is-
raeli music.
In 1957, Cantor Fuchs moved
to the United States, to serve as
associate cantor and music di-
rector of the former Cong. Beth
Abraham of Detroit, where he
worked together with his col-
league Cantor Shabrai Acker-
man, until their retirement.
Cantor Fuchs is a member of
the Cantors Assembly and the
Cantors Council of Detroit, and
an ex-president of the latter
organization. Though retired in
1981, as cantor emeritus of
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses, Cantor Fuchs is acting
cantor of the synagogue.
Goldsmith has been a
mainstay of Adat Shalom
Synagogue since its inception.
He has served on virtually every
committee in the synagogue. He
is a former president of the con-
gregation and serves as a
Shaliach Tsibbur on the High
Holy Days and during the year.

He also is affiliated with the
Adat Shalom Memorial Park.
Mrs. Goldsmith was the first
sisterhood president. Early sup-
porters of Camp Ramah and of
United Synagogue Youth, they
sent their daughter, Barbara, to
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary. She is a graduate of its .:4
Teachers Institute and serves as
the principal of the Samuel and
Jean Frankel Schopl in
Jerusalem.
Adat Shalom will honor the
Goldsmiths at their Seminary
Sabbath on Saturday.
Lea and Walter Field have
been instrumental in Jewish
communal and cultural activi-
ties. Mrs. Field has been vice
president of program in the
Music Study Club, Hadassah,
Brandeis University Women's
Organization, Sinai Hospital
Guild and Sisterhood of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. She also has
been involved with the commu- 4
nity theater for the Jewish
Community Center. She also
helps promote the Weisberg
Concert at Shaarey Zedek.
Long active in Jewish service
organizations, Field has been a
board member of the Zionist
Organization of America, Jewish I
Historical Society of Michigan,
Jewish Publication Society,
Michigan Tuberculosis Society
and Joint Distribution Commit-
tee. He was founder and
president of the Zionist Cultural
Center, founding chairman of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's Endow- I
ment Fund and its Cultural
4
Commission.

OP Day Camp
Is Registering

The city of Oak Park Depart-
ment of Recreation announces
that registration is open to
non-residents wishing to regis-
ter their youngsters age 7-11 for
summer day camp.
There are three sessions
available: June 23 - July 11,
July 14 - Aug. 1 and Aug. 4 -
Aug. 15. The day camp meets at 4
Major Park from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Monday through Friday,
except the last Thursday of the
sessions when the hours are 1 -
8 p.m.
Parents can register their
youngsters at the Oak Park
Community Center, 14300 Oak
Park Blvd., Monday through
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Monday - Thursday, 6:30 - 9:30
p.m.
The recreation department
also offers a variety of classes
for children, teens and adults. 4
For information, call the recrea-
tion deartment, 545-6400.

4

,

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan