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October 31, 1986 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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Harvard

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Window Shades
Lampshades
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Jennifer Hirsch, A Hillel activist, says
Harvard's Hillel House is the nation's
finest.

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Vote

James

Clarkson

Your 46th
District Judge

(2 year term)

James Clarkson, 61, is a candidate for the
46th District Court vacancy caused by the death
of Judge Norman Feder. He is running for the
remaining two (2) years of Judge Feder's term,
with whom he served as a colleague on the
bench for years.
The Oakland County Citizens League has just
announced that he has received their "well
qualified" rating.
Jim Clarkson is well known in the Southfield
Jewish Community. While serving as its Judge,
he decided several cases based upon Talmudic
law which were published in the Jewish News
and in Israel.
Jim served in World War II in Patton's Third
Army and helped in the liberation of the
Mauthausen Prison Camp. He also served in oc-
cupation in Enns, Austria, just across the river
where the Village of Mauthausen was located.
This was a major crossing point between the
American zone and the Russian zone of Austria.
He helped many Jews in their migration, who
were traveling on foot, on their way to Israel.
He received the silver star, the European thea-
ter ribbon with four (4) battle stars, the combat
infantry badge as well as the victory and good
conduct medals.
He is a former District Judge, Attorney 35
years, former State Legislator, Southfield Mayor,
Member Oakland County Board of Supervisors,
Board of Governors-American Judges Associa-
tion, Northeastern University, Detroit Institute of
Technology, Detroit College of Law LL. B. J.D.

Paid for by the Clarkson for District Judge Committee

38

Friday, October 31, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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- a

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Jerome Kern • Geo. & Ira Gershwin • Cole Porter
"Fiddler on the Roof," "Cats," and "Follies"

November 9 at 2:00 P.M.
Sunday, November
at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Admission $4.00 at the door or in advance at Synagogue Office

cians. She specializes in "the
three K's — kreplach, knishes
and kasha."
• Jennifer Hirsch, a senior
and medieval folklorist from
New Jersey, is a Hillel activist
who claims the Harvard
Hillel House is the finest in
the nation. "When a kid
walks in here, he or she
becomes ours," she says as
chairman of freshman orien-
tation. She also chairs an
inter-ethnic committee to pro-
mote dialogue with other
groups on campus. "Besides
kosher meals, we offer a whole
week of orientation activities,
including an evening of in-
credible desserts, Israeli
dancing, and dinners with
distinguished faculty."
During the formal pro-
grams on campus in honor of
the 350th anniversary, Rabbi
Ben Zion Gold of Hillel
House offered a benediction
in Hebrew and, after a new
fanfare from composer Leon
Kirchner, Professor Isadore
Twersky spoke on the cen-
trality of Hebrew studies at
Harvard, past and present.
President Derek Bok's clos-
ing address at the huge
Alumni Association Day
meeting contained a reference
to how enriching for Harvard
(and for higher learning in
America generally) was the
flight of scientists from
persecutions in Germany. His
presentation of Harvard
medals to 20 of the "nearest
and dearest" included Paul
Abraham Freund, the su-
preme student of the Su-
preme Court, and philan-
thropist Harry Starr, who, ac-
cording to his citation,
"fostered Harvard's leader-
ship in the study of Judaica."
When the formal festivities
were over, as many as 40,000
people gathered for a Happy
Birthday party featuring the
Boston Pops, Walter Cronkite
and George Plimpton, and
then, as the Alumni had
voted earlier in the day, the
proceedings were adjourned
until the year 2036.

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