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April 26, 1974 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-26

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THE

DETROIT IEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 26, T974-241

Albert Kramer Drops
Out of Congress Race
After Heart Attack

Albert Kramer has with-
drawn from the race for
Democratic candidate in the
18th Congressional District.
Kramer, of Oak Park, has
dropped out because of his
health, it was announced by
Marvin Berris, Kramer's
campaign coordinator, at a
rally in Southfield.
Kramer, wno served six
years in the State Legisla-
ture, suffered the heart at-
tack on April 13, a day after
his candidacy was announced
in the Jewish News. He is
hospitalized 'at Providence
Hospital.

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3 Leolslators Seek Re-Election

State Sen. Daniel S. Cooper
(D-15th Dist.), State Rep.
Joseph Forbes (D-67th Dist.)
and State Rep. Philip Mastin
(D-69th Dist.) have jointly
announced they will seek re-
election to their respective
seats in the Michigan Legis-
lature.
Cooper will seek re-elec-
tion to the State Senate,
Forbes and Mastin to the
State House of Representa-
tives.
Cooper was first elected to
the Michigan State Senate
in 1970, having previously
served in the House of Rep-
resentatives, to which he was
elected in 1964 and re-elected
in 1966 and 1968.
While serving in the House,
Cooper was voted the out-
standing new Democratic
member by the Michigan
Press Poll in 1965. Cooper
is the Senateocratic
whip and holds membership
on the prestigious Senate Ju-
diciary Committee as well
as the Senate Agriculture
and. Consumer Affairs Com-
mittee and the Joint Admin-
istrative Rules Committees.
The 15th State Senate Dis-
trict as redrawn under the
1972 apportionment plan is
completely located within
Oakland County and includes
the townships of Commerce,
Farmington, Lyon, Milford
and Novi plus part of Royal
Oak Township and the cities
of Farmington, Huntington
Woods, Lathrup Village, No-
vi, Oak Park and Southfield,
South Lyon, Walled Lake,
Wixom and the part of North-

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Dr. Lakin in College Board
Race; Faxon Seeks Congress
Seat; List Other Candidates

Dr. Mervyn Lakin, past
president of the Southfield
Board of Education, announc-
ed his candidacy as trustee
of Oakland Community Col-
lege.
Dr. Lakin, a resident of
Oakland County since 1959,
is a practicing physician in
Southfield.
He listed as major con-
cerns for the Community
College the broadening of
career programs geared to-
ward employment opportuni-
ties in this area, expansion
of pat time student enroll-
ment and coordination of
OCC adult education courses
with similar courses at local
schools in Oakland County.
Dr. Lakin is on the staff
of Sinai, Hutzel and Detroit
General Hospitals. He is ad-
junct clinical instructor at
Wayne St at e University's
medical school and a mem-
ber of several professional
organizations, including AMA,
Michigan Diabetes Associa-
tion and American Heart
Association.
Among his civic activities,
Dr. Lakin was president of
the Southfield Arts Council,
president of the McKinley
Elementary PTA, chairman
of the Southfield Committee
for Excellence in Education
and won the title "First Citi-
zen of Southfield" in 1972.

Gen. Eytan
Replaces Gur
on North Front

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vile located within Oakland
County.
Forbes was elected to the
House of Representatives in
19'70 and re-elected in 1972.
He is chairman of the House
Urban Affairs Committee,
vice chairman of the House
Elections Committee and
member of the House Com-
mittee on Consumer and Ag-
riculture and Towns and
Counties.
Prior to election to the
House Forbes was mayor of
Oak Park for six years and
councilman for six years. He
also served as a member of
the Oakland County Board of
Supervisors for eight years
and is past president of the
Michigan Con f.e rence of
Mayors.
The '76th State Represent-
ative District as redrawn
under the 1972 apportion.
ment Rim' includes the city
of Lathrup Village and part
of the cities of Southfield and
Oak Park, plus Royal Oak
Township.
Mastin was elected to the
House in 1970 and re-elected
in 1972. He is chairman of
the House Taxation subcom-
mittee on assessment prac-
tices, chairman of the House
Committee on Towns and
Counties and a member of
the House committees on city
corporations, elections, labor
and taxation.
The 69th State Represent-
ative District includes the
cities of Huntington Woods,
Pleasant Ridge, Ferndale,
Hazel Park and a part of the
city of Oak Park.

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Gen.
Raphael Eytan, a 45-year-old
paratroop commander, as-
sumed command of Israel's
northern front Monday, re-
placing Gen. Mordechai Gur,
whose appointment as chief
of staff became effective
midnight Sunday.
Eytan was born in Tel
Adashim, a Hashomer Hat-
zair settlement in the Jez-
reel Valley. His military
career closely paralleled that
of Gur.
He joined Palmach at age
17, participated in Israel's
war for independence, vol-
unteered for the army's first
paratroop unit and fought at
the Mitla Pass in the 1956
Sinai campaign.
Eytan commanded a para-
troop brigade that pierced
Egyptian lines and reached
the Suez Canal in the Six-
Day War. He was severely
wounded in that campaign
but recovered and has since
held senior command posts.
During the Yom Kippur
War, he commanded a di-
vision that helped contain the
Syrian attack on the Golan
Heights and drove Syrian
forces back to the outskirts
of Damascus.



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SEN. JACK FAXON

State Sen. Jack Faxon
announced his candidacy
Wednesday for the U.S.
House of Representatives
from the 17th Congressional
District. Sen. Faxon, a Dem-
ocratic legislator for the past
10 years, hopes to fill the
seat vacated by the retire-
m e n t of Congresswoman
Martha Griffiths.
In 1961, at age 25, Faxon
was elected as a delegate to
the Michigan Constitutional
Convention. In 1964, he de-
feated an incumbent in a
Democratic primary for state
representative and became
active in defense of citizen
participation in education.
In 1967, Faxon was selec-
ted by the Eagleton Institute
of Rutgers University as one
of the two outstanding legis-
lators in Michigan. In 1970,
he defeated a 16-year legisla_
tive veteran for the office of
state senator.
Congress Candidates
State Representative Bill
Brodhead called for a liberal-
conservative coalition to end
the deadlock over welfare re-
form in a campaign "coffee"
Saturday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ross
of Saratoga Drive in South-
field. Thirty Southfield resi-
dents attended the meeting
to hear Brodhead, who is
seeking the Democratic nomi-

nation for Congress in the
17th District.
James Blanchard, Demo-
cratic candidate for Congress
in the 18th District, Tuesday
proposed a five-point pro-
gram aimed at closing the
loopholes in congressional
conflict of interest laws.
Blanchard, a former state
assistant attorney general,
made the proposal before the

DR. MERVYN LAKIN

Oak Park Democratic Club.
Schultz for Congress
Lawrence Schultz, a 30-
year-old Troy attorney, an-
nounced his candidacy for
the Democratic nomination
for the 18th District Con-
gressional seat.
In his announcement,
Schultz bitterly denounced
"the great oil rip-off of the
American people." He said,
"I find it highly immoral that
the American people are be-
ing asked to 'bite the bullet'
in regards to oil prices and
availability when the oil com-
panies are making such gi-
gantic profits."
Kelly in Senate Race
Ferndale's Michael G. Kel-
ly announced that he will be
a Democratic candidate for
the State Senate in the new
16th Senatorial district.
Kelly started 15 years ago
in Local 525 where he worked
to bring about a trust fund
program which became a pi-
lot program for the country.
He also formed and was
elected to chair the health
and welfare committee and
then went on to Contract Ne-
gotiations.
Among his supporters in
the State Senate Campaign
are the Barber Unions in
Wayne, Oakland and Ma-
comb counties. He is owner
of the Honeywell Barber Sa-
lon.
Forbes Testimonial
Scheduled
Elliot H. Burns and May-
nard M. Feldman have been
named co-chairmen of a tes-
timonial reception for State
Rep. Joseph Forbes (D-
Southfield, Oak Park), 7 p.m.
May 9 at the Raleigh House.
Forbes, former mayor of
Oak Park, is seeking re-elec-
tion to his third term in the
House of Representatives.
For tickets, call Burns,
647 - 2099, or Feldman, 557-
0248, after 6 p.m.

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