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March 17, 1967 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-17

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PROCIAMATI

(fit of !drat . Peattiut late

The Jewish News 'Of Detroit published its first
issue on March 27, 1942 at a time of crisis for
Judaism throughout the world, and

The credo set forth in that first issue has
guided-itejouriiiiistic standards through 25
years of successful publishing, and

WREflEAS

The je)yish-News was founded by Mr. Philip
SlOrrinVitz, who for 45 years has been the
perceptive and energetic editor of Detroit's
Jewish press; and - '

Through hii.newspaper, Mr. Slomovitz has
strongly influenced our community toward
enlightenment, unity and inter-faith cooper..
ation.


NOW THEREFORE, I, Jerome P. Cavanagh, Mayor of the
City of Detroit, proclaim March 27, 1967 as

THE JEWISH NEWS DAY

in Detroit an commend Mr. Slomovitz for
the excellence of his work and urge all
citizens to honOr the role of the Jewish press
in our city.

Given under my hand and seal
this Eith day of March, 1967

6—Friday, March 17, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



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