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October 29, 1976 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-29

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20 Friday, October 29, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Judge's Commitment to Stem Spread of Crime Stressed by Clarkson

Concern for citizens'
rights and participation
in all efforts to prevent

Dorothy S. Orent

spread of crime is a duty
of the judiciary as well as
the police, Judge S. James

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Clarkson declared this
week.
Stating that preven-
tion of the spread of crime
in the suburbs will in the
long run be an aid to the
neighboring large cities,
Judge Clarkson said that
the judges must exercise
judgment and compas-
sion while giving the
community assurance
that there will be no di-
minution in warnings to
criminals and punish-
ments for crime.
Expressing concern
over the numerous
crimes that have caused

consternation in houses
of worship, religious in-
stitutions and schools,
Clarkston said that public
structures as well as pri-
vate homes, large gather-
ings as well as individuals
in their homes, must have
protection of the law and
the judiciary has an im-
portant obligation in as-
suring it.
"The public is entitled to
the judge's view in dealing
with dangerous criminals
and should be consulted
when paroles are
planned," Judge Clarkson
said. "We are obligated to

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compassion and also to as-
surance that when sick
minds invade our com-
munities they should not
be unleashed on the pub-
lic."
Judge Clarkson said
that when visiting
synagogue services dur-
ing the High Holy Days
he was distressed by the
impelling need for secu-
rity. "That's vital," he
said, "but it needs also a
look into the obligation to
be certain that dangers
are avoided in dealing
with dangerous people.
"This is where the
judiciary becomes a vital
factor, and I consider my-
self obligated to be on
guard in an obligation to
make the law a workable
instrument."
Judge Clarkson, who

JUDGE CLARKSON

was mayor of Southfield
for eight years and is
presently Judge of the
46th District Court, is
candidate for Oakland
County Circuit Court.

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Energy: A Campaign Clue

Editor, The Jewish News:
It is important to see
how the various candi-
dates will deal with the
Arab countries, their de-
mands for military aid,
their economic boycott of
firMs with Jewish execu-
tives and firms doing bus-
iness with Israel, and
their toleration of ter-
rorism and piracy.
No local candidates will
say that they support
these things. But their
energy policies give them
away because they indi-
cate how they will react to
international oil in-
terests and Arab
economic blackmail.
Programs which will
allow the private sector to
develop alternate ways of
using and conserving
energy, or the absence of
a comprehensive energy
policy, will have the effect
of supporting Arab oil in-
terests.
The multinational oil
corporations, largely Arab
based, monopolize energy
sources in this country —
, except for coal. Therefore,
allowing the market

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to Honor Gubows

Jacob, Gladys Gubow

Rovner-
The
Lachowitcher Aid Society
will hold a special meet-
ing 7 p.m. Thursday at
Beth Jacob School, 15400
West 10 Mile, Oak Park,
to honor Jacob and
Gladys Gubow "for their
many years of activities
on behalf of the society."
Gubow is president of
the organization. Joseph
H. Siegel will emcee the
affair.

mechanisms to operate in
this sphere is equivalent to
giving these oil corpora-
tions control of our energy
resources.
Such policies will invite
further attempts to use
Arab oil as an economic
weapon.
- Candidates' positions
on energy policies are
therefore better indi-
cators of how their
policies will affect Israel
than are their rhetoric
about short-term support
of Israel.
Candidates supporting
energy policies consistent
with those advocated by
the multinational oil cor-
porations will act to un-
dermine the long-term
strategic importance of
Israel to the U.S.
Candidates who will try
to develop coal and other
energy sources, and who
are not under the influ-
ence of the oil lobby, will
act to decrease the possi-
bility of using oil again as
a weapon against Israel.

Benjamin Ben-Baruch

American Jews
Meet Echeverria
mrvICO CITY (JTA) —

President Luis Echever-
ria received a delegation
of prominent Jews from
San Antonio, Austin
other Texas cities at
private residence in San
Jeronimo Lidice.
He told them that
Mexico is a friend of all
nations, a supporter of all
just causes and stressed
Mexico's cooperation
with Israel in the fields of
scientific research and ir-
rigation programs. He
said the two countries
faced similar problems in
the struggle toward their
social, economic and cul-
tural goals. He invited
American Jews to visit
Mexico.
The American group
visited Echeverria on the
invitation extended by
the Mexican president
when he visited San An-
tonio several weeks ago.

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