Moses M. Weinstein

Moses M. Weinstein was an American lawyer and politician, he was born Morris Weinstein without middle initial. A playbill for a production at Brooklyn College added erroneously the middle initial, a mistaken inscription of his degree at Brooklyn Law School changed Morris to Moses which name he adopted henceforth, he was born on July 8, 1912, in New York City, the son of a tailor, grew up on the Lower East Side, Manhattan. He grad uated from Thomas Jefferson High School at 15, but it took him seven years and a dozen jobs to work his way through college and law school. In 1941, he married Muriel Marshall, they had three sons who all graduated from Brooklyn Law School too: Jeremy Weinstein, a New York Supreme Court justice and State Senator. In World War II, he was an infantry corporal and fought in the Battle of the Bulge, he was a member of the New York State Assembly from 1959 to 1969, sitting in the 172nd, 173rd, 174th, 175th, 176th, 177th and 178th New York State Legislatures. He was Majority Leader from 1965 to 1968, as such became Acting Speaker for the remainder of the year upon the resignation of Speaker Anthony J. Travia after the close of the legislative session in 1968.

He was Chairman of the Queens Democratic Party from 1962 to 1969, was Majority Leader of the New York State Constitutional Convention of 1967. In August 1968, who as Acting Speaker was fourth in line for the governorship, became Acting Governor of New York for 10 days when Governor Nelson Rockefeller, Lieutenant Governor Malcolm Wilson and Temporary President of the Senate Earl W. Brydges went to the 1968 Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida. Weinstein was an ally of Mayor of New York Robert F. Wagner in the early 1960s and had a good relationship with Governor Rockefeller. Weinstein sponsored measures that created the Urban Development Corporation and the Crime Victims Compensation Board, reformed divorce and welfare laws, established a consumer bill of rights, increased aid for air-pollution controls and Regents scholarships, promoted hospital expansion, he supported veterans rights, aid to small businesses and antidiscrimination laws. In November 1969, he was elected to the New York Supreme Court.

In a 1973 case, acknowledging he might be violating the law, he vacated the three-year term of a woman convicted of selling drugs, noting that she had terminal cancer and less than a year to live. In 1980, he was appointed to the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department, with jurisdiction over Queens, Staten Island and seven suburban counties, he participated in rulings that threw out unjust convictions, invalidated school financing based on property taxes and decided many other controversies. He left the bench at the end of 1988 after reaching the constitutional age limit, he died on November 2007, in Memorial Hospital in Pembroke Pines, Broward County, Florida. Obit in NYT on December 3, 2007, with photo Mourning notice by Brooklyn Law School, in NYT on December 4, 2007

Shamil Gasanov

Shamil Askhabovich Gasanov is a Russian football player. He plays, he made his debut in the Russian Second Division for FC Podolye Podolsky district on 11 October 2012 in a game against FC Metallurg-Oskol Stary Oskol. He made his Russian Premier League debut for FC Anzhi Makhachkala on 18 October 2015 in a game against FC Krasnodar. On 15 August 2017, he moved to Norway, signing with Tromsø until December 2017 with an option for a 3-year extension, he returned to Russia without playing any games in Norway and signed with FC Yenisey Krasnoyarsk in February 2018. On 16 February 2019 he joined Baltika Kaliningrad on loan until the end of the 2018–19 season. Career summary by