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November 02, 1973 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-02

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14—Friday, November 2, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TRAVEL AGENCY

(in Suburban Farmington)

needs travel consultant versed in domestic and inter-

national OAG, ATC and IATA Tariffs, cruise and tour
sales. Starting at $7500.00.

IF NO EXPERIENCE, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY
Send Particulars to Box 1106
The Jewish News
17515 W. 9 Mile, Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

Know where

Sam
Goldstein

is

The secret is out of the bag! We're proud to an-

nounce that the genial former owner of the Wash

ington Theater is now a star salesman at Harry

Solomon, Inc. The admission is Free. So stop in and

let Sam show you the big features in men's clothing,

sportswear and furnishings. They're rated

T.Q.



top quality brands that set the stage for the man

who demands fashion with impeccable tailoring.

Come in and say "hi, Sam." Doors open at 9:30

a.m. daily . . . Close 6 p.m.

Christian Scholars Offer Their Support for Jewish State

NEW YORK — Nearly 50
religious educators, repre-
senting six institutions of
higher learning in New York
and New Jersey, issued a
declaration expressing soli-
darity with Israel during the
current conflict in the Middle
East and in her continuing
struggle for existence, the
American Jewish Congress
reported.
Included among the sign-
ers of the "Declaration of
Solidarity," which was issued
before the UN cease fire,
were Dr. John B. Duff, pro-
vost, Msgr. John M. Oester-
reicher, director of the Insti-
tute of J u d a e o-Christian
studies, and 33 other admin-
istrators and faculty mem-
bers at Seton Hall Univer-
sity.
The "Declaration of Soli-
darity," issued before the
ceasefire, reads in part:
"As the Yom Kippur War
drags on and the number of
dead and wounded soldiers
as well as civilians mounts
from day to day. we are
compelled in conscience to
denounce the attack on Israel
and to profess our solidarity
with the latter in her lonely
fight.
"This concerted assault on
Israel gives the lie to the
often made claim by Arabs
of being victims of Israeli
aggression. More important-
ly, it has laid bare, for all
to see, the precariousness of

Extremists

HARRY SOLOMON, Inc.

19472 LIVERNOIS,

3 blocks north of 7 Mile Road

We must not overlook the
important role that extrem-
its play. They are the gad-
flies that keep society from
being too complacent or self-
satisfied; they are, if sound,
the spearhead of progress.
—Abraham Flexner

Israel's existence and her
need for secure boundaries.
We support, therefore, all
just measures that will as-
sure Israel's safety. Her
existence is not a matter to
be gambled with
"We plead with the admin-

istration to continue to sup- urging support of Israel,
The ad urged Christians to
ply Israel with all the arma-
merit needed for her de- write their congressmen and
to make donations to the
fense — ."
Meanwhile, the largest Jewish Welfare Federation
Baptist church in the world of Dallas — also to "pray
published a half-page ad in for the peace of Jerusalem—
the Dallas Morning News Psalm 1:22-6."

„ MISTER „

Abs.

MR.

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Dear Fellow Southfield Voters

Israel has been uppermost in our minds the past several weeks. However, we must not forget
that next Tuesday, November 6, our City faces a critical Mayoral election. We urge your support for

the candidate who will:

1. Stop further high rise blight;
2. Most effectively maintain local control of our
neighborhood schools;
3. Establish neighborhood parks;
4. Stop further traffic congestion;
5. Reduce crime in our neighborhood;
6. Make our city responsive to our needs.

Help Elect

LEONARD TEICHER

as Mayor of Southfield

Sincerely,

IRVING AUGUST
DANIEL BERK
DR. DANIEL H. GILBERT
HARVEY I. HAUER
MILES A. HURWITZ

MILFORD NEMER
MAX PARTRICH
JOHN H. SHEPHERD
SANDY SILVER
HAROLD STOBINSKY
MORRIS WEINGARDEN

Paid for by the above Southfield Residents

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