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July 08, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, July 8, 1977
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Naftaly Running
for OP Council

ONE MAN
ORCHESTRA

Bar Mitzva's

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Gerald E. Naftaly has an-
nounced his candidacy for
the two-year term on the
Oak Park City Council.
Naftaly, 25, originated the
Oak Park shuttle-bus to
Wayne State University and
downtown Detroit. A mem-
ber of the Oak Park Good-
fellows and Detroit Old
Newsboy Goodfellows, he
also was an Oak Park bicen-
tennial commissioner and
an elected precinct dele-
gate.
Naftaly ran for the city
council in 1975 and is a 23-
year resident of Oak Park.
He is a member of Cong.
Beth Moses and Temple Is-
rael Brotherhood.

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Jew Is Elected Canadian Mayor

TORONTO (JTA)—Sam
Davis, a 62-year-old engi-
neer turned shoe retailer, is
the first Jewish mayor to
be elected in Saint John,
New Brunswick, one of Eng-
lish-speaking Canada's old-
est cities. He had served on

the City Council for eight
years and was elected by a
landslide majority last
month.

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Carolyn Greenberg, right, president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's Division, and - former division
president Barbara Marcuse hold a plaque presented to the
Jewish Community Center in memory of Dorothy Karbel,
division president from 1957 to 1959, who died last year.
The plaque has been affixed to a bookshelf, donated by the
Women's Division Board of Directors, in the Center's chil-
dren's library.

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit has received assur-
ances from Michigan Sena-
tors Robert P. Griffin and
Donald W. Riegle of their
full support for U.S. Senate
ratification of the Genocide
Convention.
Sen. Griffin stated "As a
member of the Foriegn Re-
lations Committee long con-
cerned with the protection

is pleased to announce

a new member
to our staff ...

of human rights, I fully sup-
port the Convention on the
Prevention and Punishment
of the Crime of Genocide. I
plan to vote for the treaty
in committee and on the
floor (of the Senate)—in-
cluding, if necessary, a
vote to end any filibuster
that might be mounted
against it."
Sen. Riegle explained "A
U.S. ratification, at this
time, would be a symbolic
declaration of conscience
against the crime of gen-
ocide and the atrocities of
the Nazi regime. If the U.S.
intends to continue as the
defender of world freedom
and human rights, I believe
it is vital that Congress
take swift action to ratify
the Genocide Convention
Treaty."

K & B ASSOCIATES

HOUSEHOLD SALES—
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS — APPRAISALS

Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Sorkin of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagements of
their daughters, Marilyn
Sorkin and Karen Sorkin.
Marilyn is engaged to
Barry Bookman of Chicago,
Ill., son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Mandell Bookman.
Karen will wed Robert
Gladstone, son of Mrs.
George Loria and the late
Mr. Jack L. Gladstone.
Marilyn and her fiance plan
a late August wedding
while Karen and her fiance
plan to marry in October.
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