THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 25, 1968-13
The urgent reason
to vote for
What are the realities of this election?
One Presidential candidate of the three has addressed himself to
He's the one who's been ahead of his time all his life. On Arms Con-
trol and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. On Civil Rights. Medicare. The
Peace Corps. The Job Corps.
One candidate of the three has faced the issues.
The others talk about problems. He talks about solutions. He alone
has submitted detailed programs to meet the great needs of our na-
One candidate made his first campaign decision in the best interest
of the American people.
Realistically and responsibly, he alone of the three chose a running
mate who is qualified to be President.
And just one of the three has a record of c'ainmitrnent to human
He is tuned in to the plight of people living in besieged environ-
ments. In America. In Israel. Significantly, his first honorary degree
came from Yeshiva University. Followed-by Hebrew Union College
and Brandeis University. The Stephen Wise Award of the American
Jewish Congress went to him.
Above all else, one man has the special quality called leadership.
Where others cry Havoc, he cries Hope.
'We endorse Mr. Humphrey," said the New York Times. (Read
their Sunday editorial of October 6.) "This critical era calls for aleader
with ideas, enthusiasm, energy and a clear moral commitment ...
Hubert Humphrey is such a leader."
And so we come to the urgent reason for you to support and vote for
Hubert Humphrey. It is this.
He is the best man.
National Coordinating Committee For Humphrey
Chairman, Joseph H. Kanter • Cincinnati, Ohio and Miami, Fla.; Treasurer, Leonard D. Bell • Lewiston, Me.; Jacob Blaustein • Baltimore,
Md.; Louis Broido • New York City; David Dubinsky • New York City; Abe Feinberg • New York City; Jacob Feldman • Dallas, Tex.; Ambas-
sador Philip M. Klutznick • Chicago, Ill.; Robert R. Nathan • Washington, D.C.; Joseph D. Shane • Cal.; Dore Schary • New York City; Dewey
D. Stone • Brockton, Mass.; Dr. Abraham Sachar • Boston, Mass.; Benjamin Swigg • San Francisco, Cal.; Jerome Weisner • Cambridge, Mass.
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