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June 05, 1970 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-05

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Forbes Candidate Beth El Schedules Annual Meeting
The 120th annual meeting of the newly elected officers
Annetta Miller Announces She'll Seek for State Rep
Temple Beth El will be held 8 trustees.

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

22—Friday, June 5, 1970

Democratic Seat in

Mrs. Annetta Miller of Hunting-
ton Woods has announced her can-
didacy for the Democratic nomi-
nation for U.S. Congress from the
18th District.
A Democra t i c
precinct delegate
for two years and
a delegate to
county and state
conventions, Mrs.
Miller has made
the issue of peace
the focus of her
Mrs. Miller campaign.

Current chairman of the De-

troit Chapter of The Americans

for Democratic Action, she is a
national board member of ADA

and is founder and vice chair-

man of the Coalition for Na-
tional Priorities, Detroit Chap-
ter; and a member of the Mich-
igan Committee Against Repres-

Daniel Cooper Heads
Drug Abuse Committee

State Rep. Daniel S. Cooper (D-
Oak Park) has been appointed
chairman of a special legislative
committee which will study drug
abuse.
The committee, Cooper said, will
conduct a comprehensive study of
drug abuse and make recommend-
ations to control it.
The special committee was
created within the House of Repre-
sentatives committee on judiciary.
Cooper is vice chairman of that
standing committee
Cooper pointed out that illegal
use of drugs has reached alarm-
ing proportions in the United
States. "Michigan is no exception,"
he said. "The known statistics on
the misuse of drugs in Michigan
is frightening. The tragic part is

manager, called upon campaign
Forbes has ser-
volunteers to contact Miller for ved on the Oak-
Congress Headquarters, 356 W. land County
Maple, Birmingham, 544-3163.
Board of Supervi-
sors and is pre-
sently trustee of
James Elsman Eyes

the Michigan

18th District U.S. Seat Muni cipal Lea-

James Elsman, a 33-year-old
Bloomfield Township resident and
Detroit lawyer, this week entered
the 18th District U.S. Congressional
race on the Democratic ticket. The
district includes Oak Park and
Southfield.
Besides a "peace now—at home
and abroad" campaign, Elsman
said he would identify closely with
the businessmen's concerns for
improving the
economy.
Besides being
formerly in the
auto industry as
a lawyer in
Chrysler's le g a 1
department, Els-
man holds an ap-
pointment f r o m

Elsman the U.S. seer e-
tary of commerce to the Regional
Export Expansion Council and

from Gov. Milliken to the Michigan
Partners for the Alliance. He is
chairman of the State Bar inter-
national law committee and the
author of several legal publica-
tions. He is president of the newly
formed Friends of the Inter-
national Institute, Inc.
Campaign headquarters are at
2050 Guardian Building, 964-0800.

Lawrence Pemick Runs

that increased drug abuse seems for County Commissioner

to be striking hardest at young
people. The problem will not be
solved easily. Ending the human
loss caused by the destructive use
of dangerous drugs in our society
will take massive efforts by all
levels of government and by pri-
vate agencies and individuals.
"In order to do this, however,
we must have the proper, effec-
tive legal tools. One of the ma-
jor functions of this committee
will be to find out what new
laws are needed, which laws
need revision and which laws
are ineffective. When we find
these answers we will be able
to make recommendations for
the legislature which, hopefully,
will produce an efficient force in
our struggle against the tragedy
of drug abuse."
Cooper, a state representative

Lawrence R. Pernick, Oakland
County commissioner from the 15th
District, announced his candidacy
for re-election on the Democratic
ticket.
Pernick listed among the major
achievements of
the boar d: the
creation of a
county drug
abuse depar t-
m e n t, the con-
struction of two:
n e w complexes,
for law enforce-
ment and aid to
the mentally re-
tarded, senior cit
-ns projects and Pernick
emergency road appropriations.
Pernick is associated with the
insurance firm of Continental
Underwriters, Inc., and has served
since 1965, is a candidate for the in many areas of Democratic
State Senate in the 15th Senatorial Party activities.
District.
In addition to his commission
assignments on the human re-

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If anything all a man so that he
the temple. Robert N. Canvasser,
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president, will present his annual does not perform his functions, if
sion. She was co-chairman of
report. Archie Katcher, chairman he have a pain in his bowels even
Stop the ABM Week in 1969.
the 67th district. Forbes, 53, has of the nominating committee, will
Sheridan V. Holzman, chair- been mayor of Oak Park since submit his his committee's report. . . he forthwith sets about re-
man of the Annetta Miller for Con- 1965, and before that councilman
Dr. Richard C. Hertz will give forming—the world.
gress Committee and campaign from 1959.
—Henry David Thoreau.
his annual message and will install

Mayor Joseph Forbes of Oak
Park, Monday announced his can-
didacy for the Democratic nomina-
tion for state representative for

source, public protection and
judiciary, and equalization com-
mittees, he represents the board
of commissioners on the Oakland
County Commission on Economic
Opportunity.

Israel Aides Arab Farmers
According to Israel's ministry of

agriculture, arrangements

have

been completed for shipment to
Europe during the winter months
-vf 2,800 tons of winter vegetables
grown by Arab farmers in the
Jericho region.

gue; chairman of
the cities and vil- Forbes
lages sector and executive board
member of Southeastern Michigan

On behalf of my mother, sister, brother, and self,
we would like to thank all our friends and relatives for
their kind expressions of sympathy extended during our
recent bereavement. I promise to continue to provide the
community with the same quality service that my father
provided for 37 years.

Jack P. Lifton

Council of Governments; member
of the resolutions committee of the
U.S. Conference of Mayors and
the transportation committee of the
National League of Cities.
The 67th Legislative District en-
compasses Berkley, Royal Oak
Township, and most of Oak Park
and Southfield.

Gen. Manager
Dexter-Webb Collision

GAULT
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M. Manuel Merzon Out
for OP School Board

Attorney M. Manuel Merzon, is a
candidate for the board of educa-
tion of Oak Park at the election to
be held Monday.
Active in the Orthodox com-
munity and the Zionist movement,
Merzon said that the problems
facing our system of education
may be solved more quickly if the
religious approach is introduced.

"It is erroneous to think that sepa-
ration of state from religion neces-
sarily obviates the resort to Holy
Teachings to bear upon the critical
issues which have all but rocked
our community: the student unrest,
the prevailing addiction to drugs
among the school population and

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of education," he said.
Born in Russia, Merzon came to
this country as a boy, was award
ed an LLB by the Detroit College
of Law.
Merzon is married and has two
children, both of whom are teach-
ers in the Oak Park and South-
field systems, respectively. His
son, Melvin, is chairman of the
English department at Oak Park

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