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August 02, 1968 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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Dennis M. Aaron Runs for Oakland Supervisor

Congressmen ,Offer. Resolution Defining U.S.'s Mid-East Position

Wire
el
(D sect JTA ,Tetype
to The Je% vish News)

Several
Re-
WASHINGTON
.
publican members of the House
'FOreign Affairs Committee Wed-
nesday called on the administra-
tion•to use its influence and power
to bring: lasting peace to . t4e •Mid-
clle?East.
'Rep. Paul Findley, Ilinors•-- Re
publican; and Rep. Robert Taft Jr.,
Ohio Republican, along _with a
number of their colleagues, co-
sponsored .a concurrent. House reso-

lution which ,would define the
United States position on the Mid-
East.
The resolution' declares that:
"Israel is entitled to recognition
by all nations of her right • to exist.
Israel _ and her Arab neighbors
are entitled to international 'guar-
antees that th ir borders be free
from threat of aggresSion and at-
tacks of terrorist groups.in return
for national pledges to renounce
use of military force.

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Mayor James Clarksort in' judges' Race

The U.S., maritime nations and
the United Nations recognize, re-
affirm . and assure_ that the Gulf of
Aqaba is,open sea, and airnatiMis
have the right of free and innocent
Passage thrOugh Straits of 'Than
and innocent passage on equally
favorable Perms through Sidez
Canal. ,
• - Jerusalem's holy' places would
- be. placed under 'the control of
an international agency com-
posed eqUally of representitiveS
of Jewish, Christian and Moslem
religions to assure access to holy
piaces by pilgrims of all fa _ ithS."
Speaking on the floor of the
House, Rep. Taft noted, "The fact
that • a Jordanian (Sirhan B. Sir-
han) laas been accused of the mur-
der of Robert F. Kennedy should
not affect our thinking nor precip-
itate a wave of anti-Arab hysteria.
That could be as tragic as the as-
sassination itself. But it shows that
Arab-Israel turmoil is not confined
to the Mid-East."

-

Attorney Dennis M. Aaron has
announced his c a ri'd idacy for
Oakland County Board of Super-
visoig in he 12th ,PiStrict, : corn-
prised of the-7 cities Of -Huntington
Woods and par,-t : -of Oak park.
Aaron, 37, resides with his
Wife_ and tWo sons at 13108 Wales,
Huntington - Woods._
Detroit, he gradualed
Born

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WHEN YOU 0,4ic'A COCKTAIL

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
August 2, 1968
14 —friday,
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field and as a state legislator from
the same judicial district forwhich
he seeks office as his chief quali-
fication for the new judicial posi-
tion.
Clarkson is a member of the
American. Michigan, Oakland and
Southfield bar associations, and
a member of the bar of the Su-
preme Court of the United States,
as well as other legal organiza-
tions.
Ackerman Candidate
He is a member of the Oakland
County Board of Supervisors, serv- for Supervisors Board
ing on its ways and means com-
Irving B. Ackerman, a candi-
mittee, the United States Confer- date for the Wayne County Board
ence of Mayors, having served on of Supervisors. 10th D i s t r i c t,
its resolutions committee for five practiced law in Detroit for 37
of seven years of membership, and
years and has
is a former member of the Michi-
had considerable
gan House of Representatives,
experience at the
serving on its judiciary commit-
Board of Super-
tee.
visors, having
Mayor Clarkson is also a mem-
:4t=4:> served as a
ber of many other municipal, lo-
supervisor from
cal and federal organizations and
•1955-1965 and on
a past member of many service
important c o
committees. He is a veteran also
mittees while a
of World War. H, having served
member of - the
with the 26th Infantry Division,
board. He spe-
between 1943 and 1946.
cializes in con-
mnation law, is
He attended Highland Park Jun-
a member of the
ior College, Northeastern Univer-
State Bar of
sity, and Detroit Institute of Tech-
•MAYOR JAMES CLARKSTON
Ackerman Michigan and has
nology and graduated from the De-
in Southfield. He cites his service troit College of Law in 1951.
been admitted to
in government as mayor of South-
practice before the Supreme Court
of the United Stites.
Northwest Council
Ackerman has been a trustee of
the Henry Gordon Memorial Schol-
Backs Henry Dodge
arship Fund;is president of the Old
in Supervisor Race
Newsboys Goodfellowship Fund;
Judge Joseph Pernick this week
life membership of YMCA and
Stating that
was endorsed for the Wayne
National Association for the Ad-
County Probate Court by Wolver- "homeowners are
vancement of Colored People;
s
a
d
e
d'
with
ine Bare Association.
member of hte Moslem Shrine
Announcement of the endorse- many problems"
Crippled Children's Fund; Masonic
and
they
"are
ment was made by Myron H.
Order; Adas Shalom Synagogue,
seeking
d
i
W ahls.
and Zionist Organization.
cont'r o-1 riOw, '
Henry Dodge en-
tered the race for
elf2Cto • • • •
Wayne County
supervisor on the
- Republican •tick-
Dodge
et with the back-
ing of the Northwest Detroit
Council, a homeowners group.

Southfield Mayor James Clark-
son is a candidate for district
court judge' in the 46th District.
comprised of the c ities of South-
field and Lathrup Village, includ-
ing Southfield, Beverly Hills and
Franklin.
- Clarkson, who is 43, married and
the father of four sons, -has been
a practicing attorney for the past
17 years, with his present offices

from the University of Michigan
with degrees In business adminis-
tration and law:. He has long been
active in liftd 'bar activities.

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• 42 PROOF

AUGUST 6 PRIMARY

't ate

BENJAMIN KIN7E1..

for COUNTY SUPERVISOR

DEMOCRAT 1m 358
Attorney

12th District
Qualified

Proven Leader in Communat & Religions Organizations

PAST PRESIDENT, CONG. BETH MOSES

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Dodge advocates "strong and
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PETER L.

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No'. 348

The "Homeowner's- Candidate"
is 42 years old and holds the posi-
tion of . executive .engineer with an
industrial firth. He is affiliated with
Many technical arid' ffaternal or-
ganizations, including the National
Aeronautics Association, and the
Detroit Shrine, and is a member
of Temple Beth El.

EDELHI AN

COUNTY SUPERVISOR

ANNE EDELASAN

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says:

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