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July 29, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 29, 1966-25

Lincoln Welton Eying Probate Court Seat

Lincoln Welton, a practicing at-
torney for 26 years and treasurer
of the probate and trust section
of the State Bar 'of Michigan is
a candidate for probate 'judge in
Oakland County in the Aug. 2
primary.
Welton previously was a Michi-
gan probate councilman, is a fel-

,

ELECT .. .
SEYMOUR

MARKOWITZ

State Representative
Republican-16th Dist.

Political Advertisement

George BeGole Seeks
Recorder's Judgeship

RAYMOND L. (Ray)

MILLER

for

Circuit Judge

Non-Partisan

FOR 6 YEAR TERM

Square Club Backs
Fazio for Common Pleas

LAWYERS FOR

JUDGE CLARENCE A.

REID J •

FOR OAKLAND COUNTY

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE

The Square Club of Detroit has
recommended Ross John Fazio as
"capable and outstanding" for
Common Pleas Court judge.
Fazio is also rated "well-quali-
fied" by the Detroit Bar Associa-
tion and Civic Searchlight, Inc.
For the past 10 years, Fazio
has been associated in the general
practice of law with attorneys H.
B. Letzer and Henry Thumin.

We emphatically endorse the candidacy of
JUDGE CLARENCE A. REID, JR.,
present Southfield Municipal Judge, for election to
the Oakland County Circuit Court bench.

SEYMOUR F. POSNER
NORMAN L ZEMKE
DONALD SCHIFF
JAMES HUDNUT
ALBERT A. GOLDFARB
NORMAN FEDER
LEONARD LEMBERG
NOEL GAGE
SANFORD ROSENTHAL
MURRAY CHODAK
JACK SCHON
- ARTHUR J. COLE
S. LAWRENCE STEIN

Elect

George L. Begole, Detroit attor-
ney and candidate for judge of Re-
corder's Court, regular and short
terms, is rated "Outstanding" by
the Detroit Bar Association public
advisory committee on judicial can-
didates. He is "Preferred and Well
Qualified" by the Civic Searchlight
for both the regular and short
terms.
Begole studied criminal law and
allied courses at Wayne State; and
Police administration at Michigan
State. He received his LLB de-
gree from the U of D in 1949.
He has had 17 years of day-to-
day trial work in Recorder's Court,
A word spoken in due season, handling hundreds of cases rang-
how good it is !—Proverbs 15:23 ing from simple larceny to mur-
der.

low of the American College of
Probate Counsel and previously
served as president of the North-
west Lawyers Association and as
the chairman of the Michigan
Conference of Bar Officers.
He is a member of the special
committee on juvenile problems
and of the professional economics
committee of the State Bar. Wel-
ton is married, father of two chil-
dren and has been a Farmington
Township homeowner for 12 years.
He is a member of the Suburban
Lodge of Bnai Brith and Temple
Emanu-El.

36 Years Experience in Justice and the Law

Assistant Prosecuting Attorney

Endorsed by Civic, Home Owners and Fraternal

Groups.

Pol. Adv.

Received Highest Possible Rating:

"OUTSTANDING"

_ -By Detroit Bar Association
Public Advisory Committee

ARNOLD GARBER
STUART D. HUBBELL
HERBERT L. HARRIS
DAVID I. ROSIN
ALVIN L. LEVINE

GEORGE L.

e ole

MICHAEL STACEY
FRANK A. HOLTZMAN
MELVIN KATES
ELLIOTT PEARLMAN
HARRY L PLISKOW

for

VETERAN

A. ALLEN CHALFIN
FRANK MacLEAN

Recorders Court Judge

VOTE AUGUST 2nd for REID

Paid Political Ad

ROSS JOHN FAZIO

it rated WELL QUALIFIED
for Common Pleas Judge

by: Detroit Bar Association
Civic Searchlight
The Square Club

"Preferred and Well Qualified" by Civic Searchlight for both regular and short terms

TERM
Fl BALLOT NO. 601 — SHORT
Pd. Pol. Adv:

BALLOT NO. 518 — REGULAR TERM

elect . •. .
special assistant attorney general

BERNARD S. KAHN

OAKLAND CIRCUIT JUDGE

• Trial lawyer — 17 years

• Former political science instructor, W.S.U.

• President P.T.A. — cubmaster

• Decorated World War 11 veteran

• Member W.S.U. law school alumnae board of

governors

Friends and colleagues urge you to vote for,
on August the 2nd.

ELECT ROSS JOHN' FAZIO

. . a family man has the patience, stability and
understanding we need in Common Pleas Court.

Norman Allan
Jacob Axelrod
A. Victor Bizer
Ralph Chicorel
Norman Cattier
Ruben Cottler
Max Goldsmith
Seymour Goodman
Edward Gordon •
Fred Gordon

Pol. Adv.



BERNARD. S., KAHN

Joe Gordon
Lou Gordon
Sheldon W. Gordon
Bee Kalt
Samuel. Krohn M.D.
Manny Lox
Sheldon M. Lutz
Joel Lutz
Joseph Markel M.D.
Ivan Meisner

Arnold Michlin
Nathan Pernick
Bernard Remer
S. Dennis Rogers
Gerald Rosenbloom
Sam Ravitz
Mrs. Sol Slomovitz
Harold Sucher
Allen Worsen

Pot. Adv.

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