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November 02, 1962 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 2, 1962


an at large

Once for Congressman-at-large

Once for your district
Congressional Candidate

Neil Staebler is a man of action and dedicated to good government.

Here's where he stands on issues that affect you:
Staebler believes in a pay-as-you-go medicare program under Social
He will work for this in Congress.
Staebler believes in a strong national policy of equal rights that guar-
antees every citizen equal opportunity in housing, education and employment.
Staebler believes in a bold attack to solve our educational problems
and provide opportunities for our youth. He will work for a self-liquidating
Federal loan fund for all college students—public and private—and Federal
aid to education.
Staebler backs President Kennedy's foreign policy of firmness with
patience--backed by a strong defense system.
Staebler will fight for more jobs for Michigan under President
Kennedy's program.
Staebler will fight for more defense contracts for Michigan.


What they

for Congressman-at-large

Neil Staebler is at home in all Michigan's 83 counties. He has traveled
the State giving inspired leadership to citizen participation in Government.
Descended from one of the pioneer farming families in Washtenaw County,
Staebler helped organize the Ann Arbor Citizens Council and was Chairman
of the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce Committee for City Charter
Revision. He heads one of the oldest business firms in Michigan.
During World War II he served as a lieutenant in the Navy and in the
Building Materials Branch in, the Office of Price Administration. He- acted
as Consultant with the Federal Housing Administration in 1948.
Neil Staebler's understanding of government at all levels has provided him
with- intimate knowledge of local, State and Federal problems that face
Michigan citizens of both peninsulas.

say about


"A student of government. Staebler is respected by state Republicans
for his ability and admired by Democrats as a man and . . . leader."
Grand Rapids Press
"Staebler never ducks an issue, side-steps a question or double-talks his
way past an argument."
—Detroit Free Press
"Mr. .-Staebler
. . is a political liberal who wrote the book for the
Michigan Democratic Party and then urged the party to live by it in all details."
Jackson Citizen-Patriot


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Max Sheldon
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Irving S. Kane
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Max Osnos
Bert Smokier
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