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June 12, 1981 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nazi Files in Pennsylvania, Taken Off Michigan Ballot

Gerald R. Carlson, an av-
owed racist and former Nazi
Party member who was de-
feated in two Michigan
Congressional elections,
has entered the contest to
fill an inner-city Philadel-
phia Congressional seat.
Carlson gained notoriety

last year when he won a Re-
publican primary in a
heavily-Democratic dis-
trict. He lost in the Novem-
ber general election and lost
again this spring in the
primary race to fill the seat
of former Michigan Con-
gressman David Stockman,

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DR. LEONARD H. GOLDSMITH

PODIATRIST FOOT SURGEON

Takes pleasure in announcing the opening of his
new office for the treatment of Medical and Surgi-
cal disorders of the foot.

Located at the

Rutland Medical Center

17333 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich. 48075
2 Blks. E. of Southfield

(Between Lathrup & Rutland)

Office Hours
By Appointment

Telephone
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now a member of the Re-
agan Administration.
Carlson had also filed to
run for the Michigan House
of Representatives, but was
removed last week from the

Friday, June 12, 1981

ORT to Help Miami School

June 30 Republican pri-
mary when the State Board
of Canvassers ruled he did
not have enough valid sig-
natures on his nominating
petitions.

Sukenics Celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Morris
(Eva) Sukenic of Hun-
tington Woods will celeb-
rate their 50th wedding an-
niversary with their chil-
dren, grandchildren, family
and friends at a luncheon in
their honor at Hamilton
Place, on their wedding an-
niversary Sunday.
Native Detroiters and
lifelong residents, Sukenic
and the former Eva Levin
were married in the Hol-
brook synagogue in 1931.
Long active in commu-
nity affairs, the Sukenics
were among the founding
THE SUKENICS
members of the Adat
• halom Synagogue on president and fund-
whose board of directors raising chairman.
Their children are Gerald
Sukenic served for many
years.
Sukenic and Mr. and Mrs.
Active on behalf of Lawrence (Arlene) Sukenic.
charitable organizations, The couple have five grand-
the Sukenics have sup- children.
ported the City of Hope
through the Detroit Special Adviser
Men's Club Chapter, of
WASHINGTON — Jacob
which Sukenic served for Stein of Great Neck, N.Y.,
many years as its has been appointed to serve
as Special Adviser to the
Med Graduate
White House. Stein will
Marvin Segel, son of Mr. work with the Office of Pol-
and Mrs. Lou Segel, was icy Development, the Na-
graduated from the South- tional Security Council, and
western Medical School of the United States Commis-
the University of Texas.
sion to the United Nations.

NEW YORK — The
Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training
(ORT) will participate in
the new Jewish High School
of Scuth Florida, scheduled
to open this September.
The high school, located
in North Miami Beach, will

draw both financial support
and student body from the
southern Florida counties of
Broward and Dade. The
school will seek to "pursue
excellence in Jewish and
academic studies as well as
to provide science-based
technological education."

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