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July 20, 1990 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-20

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I SPORTS

Elect Circuit Judge
Michael David Schwartz
to Court of Appeals

✓ Integrity
✓ Experience
✓ Leadership
✓ Community
Involvement
✓ Dedication
✓ Performance

Primary Election - Tuesday, August 7, 1990

Experience:

Community
Involvement:

Endorsed By:

Macomb County Circuit Judge since 1986
Practicing Attorney, Macomb County, 26 years
Former Special Ass't. Attorney General, State of Michigan
Former State Public Administrator
Former Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Former Municipal Attorney
Retired Captain, U.S. Coast Guard Reserve
Former Director, Macomb County Bar Association

Member, Fast President, Board of Trustees, Beth Tephilath Moses
Former Trustee, Macomb Community College
Trustee, Mount Clemens General hospital
Board Member, Warren Symphony Society
lion. Jessica Cooper
Mark Schlussel
David Hermelin
Hon. Hilda Gage
Mickey Shapiro
Graham A. Orley
lion. Alice Gilbert
Irving
Nussbaum
Joseph h. Orley
Hon. Barry Howard
Burt Rosen
Marvin Berlin
lion. Edward Sosnick
Jerome L. Schostak
Steven Kaplan

'A Proven Record of Performance'

Court of Appeals - District II: Arenac, Bay, Genesee, Gladwin, Huron, Ingham,
Lapeer, Macomb, Midland, Oakland, Ogemaw, St. Clair, Sanilac, Shiawassee & Tuscola

Paid for by the Committee to Elect Circuit Judge Michael D. Schwartz to Court of Appeals, Robert J. tiauflin, Treasurer, 16911 Eastland, Roseville, MI 48066

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Israeli Cagers
To Play Lakers
Los Angeles — Comedian
Milton Berle was the master
of ceremonies recently at an
advance-ticket sale for an
exhibition game Oct. 16
between the Maccabi Tel
Aviv basketball team and
the Los Angeles Lakers.
The sale, at the Beverly
Hills estate of Donald T.
Sterling, owner of the Los
Angeles Clippers basketball
team, accounted for
$300,000 in tickets among
150 invitees, including
American Jews and
L.A.-area Israelis.
Dr. Jerry Buss, Lakers
owner, is donating his
team's services and also is
televising the game on his
cable channel, while
billionaire Meshulam Riklis,
a former Israeli, is con-
tributing $200,000 toward
the Maccabi team's air
transportation and ex-
penses.

Scrabble Tourney
Set For Southfield
The first Motor City Open,
a Scrabble tournament
played according to Scrabble
Players Association rules, is
scheduled Aug. 18-19 at the
Days Hotel in Southfield.
Gary B. Moss of Walled
Lake, tourney director, said
players can solicit donations
to benefit Investin Edu-
cation, Inc., a non-profit
Rochester Hills organization
that fights illiteracy.
There is an entry fee. For
information and registra-
tion, call Moss at 360-0287.

DSC Runners
To Test Sailboats

Thn Detroit-area athletes
will race 15 sailboats in a
relay from Port Huron to
Mackinac the weekend of the
great boat race on Lake.
Huron, July 21-23.
The Detroit Science Center
is sponsoring the 10 runners
in conjunction with Bayview
Yacht club and the People
Who Run Downtown.

Local Golfers
To Putt Stuff

The Links at Pinewood in
Walled Lake is the site for the
first City of Hope golf outing
Aug. 7.
Sponsored by City of Hope's
Sophie and Harry Hoffman
Chapter and Powers
Distributor of Pontiac, the
outing will begin at 6:30 a.m.
and conclude with dinner at
7:30 p.m.

Chairpersons are Richard
Gibbs, Earle Mostyn, Art
Leader, Arnold Garvin and
Bernice Kesner.
There is an entry fee, with
proceeds benefitting the City
of Hope.
For information, call the
Detroit City of Hope office,
443-2250.

''''""1 NEWS

Shochet, Paper
Both 'Retire'

Miami (JTA) — Fred
Shochet, publisher of the
Jewish Floridian, has an-
nounced his retirement as
well as the closing of the
paper, thus taking a 62-year
piece of history into retire-
ment with him. The Jewish
Floridian published its final
edition June 29.
He said he was closing be-
cause there was "no family
heir apparent."
Shochet became the Flori-
dian's editor and publisher
in 1939 upon the death of his
father, J. Louis Shochet, who
founded the paper in 1928.
At one time, Shochet's
group of publications ex-
tended throughout Florida
and included a newspaper in
New Orleans
Shochet plans to compile
an archive based on the
Floridian, put out an occa-
sional newsletter about
philanthropy, and pursue
other publishing projects.
The paper's closing leaves
the Miami area with one
Jewish weekly paper, the
Miami Jewish Tribune.

.

East Germans,
Israel Tourism

Bonn (JTA) — With hard
currency in their pockets for
the first time, 16 million
East Germans are able to
vacation abroad, and at least
one tour organizer has
begun to promote Israel as a
destination.
Scuba Reisen of Stuttgart
organized the first inspec-
tion tour of Israel for East
German journalists and
tourism officials. Par-
ticipants just returned from
the week-long junket, after
visiting every part of the
country, including the Red
Sea resort of Eilat.
According to informed
sources in Jerusalem, Israel
is considering abolishing
visa requirements for East
Germans.
Since July 2, Israelis have
not needed visas to enter
East Germany On that date
too, the West German
deutschmark became the of-
ficial currency.

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