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March 20, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-20

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J.W.V. SUPPLEMENT

Friday, Mortis 20, 1970-31

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Compliments on a

Putnam Mfg. Mills
Cohoes, N.Y.

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Brent Furniture

117 W. Fourth

Royal Oak, Mich.

Always in our hearts

Joseph & Molly Selick
Allen & Celia Rubin

Parents of Ann

& Ben Rubin

Compliments of

Von-Hall Associafes

Success to JWV
of Michigan

Mr. and Mrs.
David B.
Gildenberg

In Loving Menkory of

Morris Lnpiloff

was a member of Detroit
Post. Sadly missed by wife,:.
Louba Lupiloff and Family.

From

In Loving Memory of

A

ISAAC & KATIE MILLER
and ELI MILLER and
IDA BORKIN

Friend

Rite Electric
Company

3060 West 11 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.
548-4200

by Bernard L. Miller

Globe
Agency Co.

17626 James Couzens
Detroit 48235

Best Wishes to JWV

Post 230 and

342-0800

Sam Zack

Kal Soskin

Dept. of Michigan

Jewish War Veterans

"The Eidelmanf"

In Memory

Comrade

BEN SHIFFMAN

Checker
Bar-B-Q

The Militant Campaign
Against Extremists

JWV, consistent with its patri-
otic background and philosophy,
believes that America must not
only be efficient on the field of ,
battle, but also protected from
internal enemies at home. Among !
these potential enemies are grow-
ing groups of extremists which in-
clude the John Birch Society and
other right wing grouns, the Ku
Klux Klan. the White Citizens
Council and other racial advo-
cates of violence, the American-
Nazi party, the Minute Men of
America and other similar paro-
noiac extremists . . . all striving
to utilize racial and other issues
to divide Americans and to incite
them to hatred and violence.
JWV's ongoing programs of edu-
cation, legislation and militant ac-
tion, are aimed at thwarting these
extremists.

Detroit Post 135

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Compliments of a

To Harold C.7 Edith Lax

Friend of

Congratulations on your

Yetz-Colien Post

"Dunkin' Donuts"

10 Mile & Greenfield

No. 530

Bloch-Rose Post No. 420

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SIR ALBERT'S

Barber Lounge-Beauty Lounge

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356-9471 — 357-4508

co

17445 Ten Mile Rd., 1 blk. E. of Southfiekt

Mr. Bert and Mr. Alex, owners

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In Memory of Brother

SGT. JOHN WAGNER

Ida & Sam Wagner

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SHOPPING CENTER MARKETS

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ORDER NUMBER 11
In December. 1862 General
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25155 Greenfield Road, Southfield
U. S. Grant ordered his assistant
aide de camp to order all Jews,
3052 W. 12 Mile Road, Berkley
"as a class," from Kentucky
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Tennessee, and Mississippi. This
was General Order No. 11 (though
it is No. 12 on the printed version
In Loving Memory of
of the order). Grant was worried
about trading across lines, but his !
singling Jews out was unfair. !
Grant's own father was caught in
By Children and Grandchildren
the contraband cotton trade the
next year. Protests against the
order came from all sides. In
January, 1862, Lincoln had it can-
celled. This, coupled with the fact
that Jews were also not allowed to
serve as Chaplains until 1862. are
the only official forms of prejudice
2001 W. 8 Mile Rd.
during the War. Most officials
Detroit, Mich. 48203
took public stands on tolerence.

IDA KARDEN

Warm Wishes from

CROWN HTG. & MFG. CORP.

JWV was among the first organi-
zations to point an accusing finger
at the Soviet Union when Russia
along with a token force from
other Warsaw Pact countrys, in-
vaded Czechoslovakia and quench-
ed the winds of freedom that were
blowing across Wenceslaus Square.

CROWN FURNITURE CO.

7680 S. Telegraph
Taylor, Michigan — 291-5010

20050 Livernois
864-7700

Fast Delivery Service
Live Entertainment

after 2:30 a.m.

Coinpliments

of a

Congratulations

'Diamond Jubiblee'

Silverman

616 W. Huron,
Pontiac, Mich.
332-1144

.1 Ira

Civil War 1861

Jews fought with equal bravery
on both sides—over 8,000 took part.
out of a total population of 150,000.
Of this number there were 750
officers and numbered among
them 9 Generals, 7 in the Blue
Army received medals from the
hands of President Lincoln. North
Carolina sent six Cohen brothers;
South Carolina, 5 Moses brothers;
New York, 5 Wenk brothers, and
Col. Simon Levy and his three
sons. The prominent and distin-
guished names are too many to
enumerate.

on your

by

Compliments of

Aaron Mortgage and
Investment Co.

Marti-K
Suburban
oak Park

griend

Inez and Irving Cane
and Daughters

DEPT. OF MICHIGAN JEWISH WAR VETERANS

"Diamond Jubilee Ball"

Sat., March 28 Light Guard Armory 9:00 - 1:00 a.m.

GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA

Mail orders: J.W.V., 21561 W. 8 Mile Road

4400 E. 8 Mile Rd.

$2.50 in Advance

Detroit, Mich. 48219

$3.00 at Door

255-4743

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