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July 21, 1978 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-21

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40 Friday, July 21, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH MS

Name Camp Chief Gladstone Files
NEW YORK — Rabbi for Court Seat

Moshe Samber, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El in
Plainfield, N.J., was re-
cently named director of
Camp Ramah in the Berk-
shires.

Rolex

Fredrick
°Jewe lers
of BLOOMFIELD HILLS

869 Rett Lam 1.444 4440
646 0973
Moo duo Sat 10 to 5:30
Tim. to 9 p.
Appraisal. by Appoiottonst
- "5,3- .3 While You Walt.gagor

Michael D. Gladstone has
filed as a candidate for elec-
tion to the 45-B District
Court, which serves Oak
Park, Huntington Woods,
Royal Oak Township and
Pleasant Ridge.
A graduate of Detroit Col-
lege of Law in 1970,
Gladstone was an assistant
U.S. attorney for five years.
He is presently a trial at-
torney with the Detroit Edi-
son Co.
Gladstone is a member of
the Oakland County Bar
Association, American Bar
Association and a member
of the negligence and corpo-
ration and finance sections
of the State Bar of Michi-
_gan.

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(Betw. Southfield & Greenfield)

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INC.

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356-6010

GRAND OPENING
SPECIAL
By Lucy and Shawn

COMPLETE!
NOW THRU AUG. 31, 1978

Former State Represen-
tative Albert A. Kramer, a
six-year veteran of the
Michigan House of "Rep-
resentatives and presently
a special assistant attorney
general, has announced his
candidacy for Circuit Judge
of Oakland County.
Kramer is a graduate of
Wayne State University
and has been a practicing
attorney for 29 years. He is
presently legal counsel for
the Michigan House of Rep-
resentatives Committee on
Insurance and serves as an
arbitrator appointed by the
American Arbitration As-
sociation.
Kramer is in his third
elected term as a member of
the Representative Assem-
bly of the State Bar of
Michigan. He has also
served as a public member
of the board of Blue Shield of
Michigan, and as a member
of the Vocational Rehabili-
tation Planning Committee
of Metro Detroit.
Kramer has been cited
by the Oakland County
Association for Retarded
Children for his services
on behalf of the hand-
icapped and by the City

.

MIFFLINTOWN, Pa. —
Empire Kosher Foods, Inc.,
is introducing- a new 14-oz.
self-rising, ready-to-bake
frozen halls bread dough for
national retail distribution.
The halls_ was tested in
several U.S. and Canadian
metropolitan areas earlier
this year.
' "This marks Empire's

entry into the frozen bread
dough category," according
to Empire president Murray
L. Katz, "and we are cur-
rently exploring a variety of
frozen dough-based pro-
ducts for future distribu-
tion."

The courts of Los Angeles
ruled that the weeping of a
woman on the witness stand
is not misconduct.

Orchestra and Entetiehaewat

LARRY FREEDMAN

647-2367

SAVE UP TO 60% ON
DIAMONDS

ALBERT KRAMER

of Southfield for his
labors on behalf of the
construction of the Civic
Center
recreational
facilities.

• We Sell Diamonds Only
• By Appointment Only

Call Jerry Turken at
The New York

. Kramer is a member and
former officer of Cong. Bnai
Moshe, a 30-year member of
the Jewish War Veterans, a
past member of the Anti-
Defamation League Advis-
ory Board and a member of
the Israel Lodge of Bnai
Brith.

A

Diamond Cutting .
Company TM

"The Diamond Cotters"
3000 Town Center,
Southfield, Michigan-

355-2300

He is a past vice president
of the Zionist Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit.

Statistics Expert Sees Jews
Losing Their Political Edge

71. New Yo. Chan,. Gnu,

7977

.

Harvard Row Mall
Eleven Mile Road
and Lahser

JERUSALEM (JTA)"— vent total Jewish disap-
American Jews are losing pearance.
their political strength due
But another participant
to a declining Jewish popu- at the dialogue reached to-
lation and a mass exodus tally different conclusions.
from the urban- northeast to Prof. Fred Massarik, of the
smaller cities and suburbs University of California,
around the country, accord- Los Angeles, claimed that
ing to Herbert Bienstock, an although the declining
expert in the U.S. Bureau of Jewish birthrate poses a
Labor Statistics. great threat to Jewish popu-
Bienstock spoke at the lation growth in the U.S.,
14th annual America-Israel the rising rate of intermar-
Dialogue at Van Leer Insti- riage among U.S. Jews
tute in Jerusalem. He could lead to a net gain in
explained that the Jewish the country's Jewish popu-
"political edge" is growing lation.
duller, because Jews have
Massarik assailed the
less votes and money to offer widespread assumption
would-be candidates.
that American Jews are
The sharp decline in the marrying themselves out of
Jewish population (from 2.1 existence. Rather, he
million in New York City in claimed, there is "a drift to-
1957 to 1.2 million in 1974) ward Jewishness among in-
coupled with a movement termarried Jews, and a drift
among young American away from Jewishness
Jews to find employment in among in-married Jews."
the free professions rather He said the quality of
than in business, plus a Jewish life among "some in-
Jewish migration to the termart milies may be
suburbs, which is abandon- as rich
many of
ing the more established the in-
Jewish religious, cultural
Israel
presses
and social institutions, is
making the Jews slowly
NY Candidate
"disappear" from the scene,
NEW YORK (JTA) —
at least in terms of numbers New York State Assemb-
and influence they enjoyed lyman Perry Duryea told a
in the past, Bienstock said. group of Jewish journalists
He urged that greater that his recent five-day visit
efforts be made on the to Israel left him "extremely
educational scene to pre- impressed" with Israel and
the Israeli people.
Duryea, minority leader
CAIRO (ZINS) — Al- of the Assembly and Repub.
though Iraq denies any st- lican Party candidate for
rains in its relationship Governor, met with gov-
with Moscow, the Baghdad ernment leaders and other
government executed 21 dignitaries, including Pre-
Communists in the army mier Menahem Begin.
.and jailed-10 others last
MK Yadlin Quits
month for secret political
activity.
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Last year, Iraq cut off Aharon Yadlin of the Labor
water and electricity to the Alignment, chairman of the
Soviet Embassy in Baghdad Knesset Education Corn-
for four months until the mittee, announced his res-
Soviets moved the embassy. ignation from the Knesset.

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