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October 18, 1968 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-18

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Friday, October 13, 1963-21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mr. Nina visits fusers Prima Minister Lai EsIskal Jars:aim,
Jape 23, 1117, has weeks at 1 u 1 Day Wu le &sem MiiI-Ent ram.

Richard M. Nixon Issued this
Challenge to the Administration
On September 8th . . .

"Israel must
possess sufficient military
power to deter an attack.
As long as the threat of Arab
attack remains direct and
imminent,sufficient power
means the balance must
be tipped in Israel's favor."
RICHARD M. NIXON

B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION, WASHINGTON, D. C., SEPT. I, INS

CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR NIXON (Committee in formation)

450 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022

ALBERT B. ADELMAN
Milwaukee, Wis.
NATHAN APPLEMAN
New York, N.Y.
DR. ROCHELLE DUBNOW ASH HEIM
Chicago, Ill.
BERNARD H. BARNETT
Louisville, Ky.
DANIEL M. BERNHEIM
South Orange, N.J.
PETER R. BLUM
Hartford, Conn.
DAVID BOROWITZ
Chicago, Ill.
STEVE BROIDY
Los Angeles, Cal.
MRS. SEYMOUR BUCHSBAUM
Los Angeles, Cal.
IRVING BURDICK
Detroit, Mich.

ROBERT B. CHATZ
Chicago, III.
JOSEPH DAROFF
Philadelphia, Pa.
LEON ELL
Miami, Fla.
IRVING MITCHELL FELT
New York, N.Y.
BEN FIXMAN
St. Louis, Mo.
ABRAHAM GOODMAN
Boston, Mass.
NATHANIEL L GOLDSTEIN
New York, N.Y.
LLOYD GOLDBERG
Livingston, N.J.
SAMUEL HAUSMAN
New York, N.Y.
MARCO HELLMAN
San Francisco, Cal.

...

MAX M. FISHER, CHAIRMAN

JAYSON L. HONIGMAN
Detroit, Mich.
MORRIS JAFFEE
Dallas, Texas
KEVY KAISERMAN
Philadelphia, Pa.
RAYMOND F. KRAVIS
Tulsa, Okla.
FREDERICK E. LEDERER
Chicago, III.
HON. LOUIS J. LEFKOWITZ
New York, N.Y.
GUSTAVE L LEVY
New York, N.Y.
NATHAN I. LIPSON
Atlanta, Ga.
DONALD S. LOWITZ
Chicago, III.
DAVID MARX
Rumson, N.J.

JOSEPH MEYERHOFF
Baltimore, Md.
ALEX MILLER
Cleveland, Ohio
WILLIAM PALLOT
Miami, Fla.
S. RAYMOND RACKOFF
Pittsburgh, Pa.
DONALD M. ROBINSON
Pittsburgh, Pa.
GEORGE SALL
Philadelphia, Pa.

RAY SCHAFFER
New York, N.Y.

HON. ARLEN SPECTOR
Philadelphia, Pa.

HON. JACOB STUCHIN
Beverly Hills, Cal.

PHILLIP STOLLMAN
Detroit, Mich.

LEONARD STRELITZ
Norfolk, Va.

EDWARD A SUISMAN
Hartford, Conn.

BERTRAM C. TACKEFF
Boston, Mass.

PHILIP SELZER
Philadelphia, Pa.

JULES TEPPER
South Orange, N.J.

HON. JACK I. SPERLING
Chicago, III.

STANLEY R. YARMUTII
Louisville, Ky.

Authorized and paid for by Nixon-Agnew Committee, Maurice H. Stans, Finance Chairman, Peter Flanigan, Deputy Campaign Manager.

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