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June 21, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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Bronson Wants Re-Election to Post

Michigan Court of Appeals
Judge S. Jerome Bronson is
seeking re-election. He has
served on the appeals court
since his election in 1968.
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prosecutor in Oakland Coun-
ty.
Bronson was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity's law school and studied
at the. National College of
State' Trial Judges at the
University of Nevada. Judge
Bronson has served on many
of the state bar's commit-
tees. These include the com-
mittee on revision gf the
criminal code, family law
section, civil liberties and
criminal jurisprudence.
He also was a member of
the advisory committee for
the Oakland County Com-
munity College Law Enforce-
ment Program and the law
enforcement study committee
for Oakland County. _

Seeks Congress Barry Grant
After Probate
Seat in 17th
Judgeship

JOSEPH LEVIN

Joseph Levin, son of Rhoda
Levin and the late Judge
Any man's education is Theodore Levin, on Tuesday
sadly - deficient until he filed petitions for the Demo-
cratic nomination for Con-
learns to read himself.
gress in the 17th District, to
succeed Rep. Martha Grif-
fiths.
After filing his petitions,
Levin left for London to join
his wife, Dr. Rayna Erns-
dorf Levin, a Wayne State
University graduate who is
completing her residency in
a London hospital. He will
return shortly to start his
campaign, and his wife will
join him in August. '
Long active in Democratic
politics, Levin, brother of
Michigan S t a t e Supreme
Court Justice Charles Levin,
is one of the youngest con-
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Barry M. Grant, haS an-
nounced his candidacy for
the newly created Probate
judgeship for Oakland Coun-
ty. A former member of the
Southfield Board of Educa-
tion, Grant served as treas-
urer and was selected as its
designate to the Oakland
County Board of Education.
He also was appointed to the
Governor's Traffic Safety
Commission and the Oakland
County Traffic Safety Com-
mission, chaired a condem-
nation commission of Oakland
County and is on the board
of directorS of the Michigan
Society of Mental Health,
Oakland County Chapter. In
1961, Grant was Probate
Court clerk and legal investi-
gator for the mental health
department of the Probate
Court. He has been a mem-
ber of the Representative
Assembly of the State Bar of
Michigan since 1972, and he
was appointed to the family
relations _committee of the
State Bar. Presently, he is a
member of the probate law
section of the State Bar.

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NEW YORK—The Ameri-
can Association for Jewish
Education has called for in-
struction in the Holocaust era
to be made "an integral part"
of English and social studies
curricula in the public
schools.
Testifying at a public hear-
ing here, AAJE educator
Max Nadel said that "if we
cannot face the truth and
reality of the Holocaust—no
matter how frightful, shock-
ing or depressing — its evil
will beome blurred and will
be ready • to reappear in a
new generation, in another
place, when society goes
awry."
Nadel, consultant to the
AAJE's commission on Jew-
ish studies in public schools,
was invited to testify at a
hearing convened by New
York State Assemblyman
Stephen J. Solarz at Ameri-
can Jewish Congress head-
quarters.
He reported on a 1970
study of how public school
social studies •textbooks treat-
ed Nazi persecution of mi-
nority groups, disclosing that
21 of 45 texts which were
examined e i t h e r slighted,
minimized or glossed over
the subject, while another 13
omitted it entirely.

Many a good reputation
gets the tar - and - feather
treatment.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 21, 1974-35

Economist Eyes Congress Job

A. J. Goldenthal, who has
announced his candidacy on
the Republican ticket for
congressman from the 17th
District, said his experience
as an economist would be of
great value in Washington
since the majority of prob-
lems considered by Congress
are largely economic. Gold-
enthal, whose wife Marilyn
is chairman of social assist-
ance of her ORT chapter,
has lived in the 17th District
for 10 years. He is a grad-
uate in economics from Rut-
gers University and has held
many government positions,
including assistant adminis-
trator of the Federal Trans-
portation Agency. He retired
a year ago at age 55 after
working at Ford Motor Co.
since 1963. For five years he
was chairman of the Vehicle
Manufacturers' Transporta-
tion Research Committee.
He said the decision to run
was made after the district's
voters were surveyed by a
concerned citizens group.

Candidate for 17th

Dennis F. Shrewsbury, an
insurance claims investigator,
who continued his studies and
will graduate from Mercy
College in December, an-
nounced his candidacy for
Congress in the 17th District
on the • Democratic ticket.

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