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July 23, 1982 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-23

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NEWS

26 ' Edda '

Jack Baumohl, Photographer

HACKENSACK, N.J.
(JTA) — Jack Baumohl, a
prominent press photo-
grapher in New York City
for nearly two decades, died
July 8 at age 71.
His news photos of events
rano-ing from street crimes
and disastersto President-

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ial visits appeared fre-
quently in the Daily News
and now-defunct New York
Mirror from the 1940s
until 1963, when failing
sight forced him to retire.
Mr. Baumohl, one of
whose two sons, Charles, is
editor of The Jewish News
of Metropolitan New Jer-
sey, was a life member of the
National Press Photo-
graphers Association.
His work, nationally syn-
dicated by the Associated
Press, won him a number of
awards.

Harry L. Jackson, Served
Many Causes, GM Exec.

Harry L. Jackson, 91, who
served many Jewish causes
and was a president of Fresh
Air Camp, died July 19.
For some 30 years in an
executive capacity at Gen-
eral Motors, he simultane-
ously participated in sev-
eral movements associated
with the Jewish Welfare
Federation, and was on the
boards of social service
agencies. At the same time
he played the role of associ-

Aaron Seeks Re-Election
to Oakland County Board

Dennis M. Aaron (D-Oak
Park) will seek re-elction to
the Oakland County Board
of Commissioners, District
19, comprised of Oak Park
and Royal Oak Township.
The primary will be held
Aug. 10.
Aaron, 51, has served on
the board for 12 years. He is
chairman of the general
government committee and
serves as a member of the
health and human re-
sources committee.
He has served as chair-
man of the public protection
and judiciary committee,
the personnel committee
and the Law Enforcement
and Criminal Justice Co-
ordinating Council.
Aaron is currently
chairman of the Citizens
for Oak Park Schools and
NEW YORK — Novelist, is the former chairman of
playwright and screenwri- the Oak Park Area PTA
ter Michael Blankfort died Council. He has served as
July 13 at age 74.
an officer with the Key,
Winner of the S.Y. Agnon Roosevelt and Oak Park
Award of Hebrew Univer- High School PTAs.
sity, Mr. Blankfort was the
He has served with the
author of 12 novels, among Oak Park Sister Cities Pro-
them "A Time to Live," "The gram, the Bi-Centennial
Strong Hand," "An Excep- Commission, the Rec-
tional Man" and "Behold reational Bond Committee
the Fire."
and has been on the govern-
He was a screenwriter at ing boards of the County
various times with Colum- Hospital and the County
bia Studios and 20th Cen- Library Commission. He_is
tury Fox. He wrote training now a member of the
films for the U.S. Marine County Historical Commis-
Corps and later returned to sion and serves on the Civil
Hollywood to write such Liberties Committee of the
films as "Broken Arrow" Jewish Community Coun-
and "Tribute to a Bad Man."

ate in causes like Hadassah,
of which his wife Pauline
was president, and move-
ments in support of Israel.
He was director of the
employee investment and
savings department at
GM, and directed the
firm's war bond effort
during World War II. He
retired in 1953.
A native of Providence,
R.I., Mr. Jackson was also a
member of Temple Israel.
He leaves his wife,
Pauline; two daughters,
Mrs. Herbert (Marjorie) Le-
vin, and Mrs. Robert (Ruth)
Newman of Jackson
Heights, N.Y.; and seven
grandchildren.

Novelist Dies

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A CALL FOR PEACE

Sunday, July 25, 1982
7:00-9:00 p.m.

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A Memorial Service for all those who have died
in the recent Mideast tragedy.

and

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Remarks by
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