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April 12, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-12

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ByJACK & FRITA DRAPKIN

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Addressing a breakfast
meeting at Raleigh House,
Wednesday, in honor of Rep.
William S. Broomfield, Vice
President Gerald R. Ford
praised the Michigan con-
gressman's 18-year record
and stated that his role in
the next Congress will be
vital because of his record
in support of President Nix-
on's foreign policies.
Ford pointed out that in
the next Congress Broomfield
will be the ranking Repub-
lican member of the House
foreign affairs committee,
and he stated that in that
role his services will be ir-
replaceable.

He therefore urged the
overflow audience, the larg-
est ever to attend a function
in honor of Congressman
Broomfield, to work to re-
elect Broomfield for a tenth
term.
Ford devoted a major por-
tion of his speech to com-
mendations of President Nix-
on's foreign policies, calling
them the most important
achievements in that field by
any president in American
history.
He spoke highly of the ac-
tivities of Secretary of State
Henry A: Kissinger and list-
ed the achievements in se-
curing troop disengagements
with Egypt among the most
vital attainments. He indi-
cated a hope for similar
achievements with Syria in
emphasizing the role that will
have to be played by Rep.
Broomfield as a member of

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center together with Martin
Butzel was Emanuel Wodic.
His name was misspelled in
the Fred M. Butzel memoir
published in last week's Jew-
ish News.

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stated that if he were Presi-
dent, "the first thing I'd do
is to support Dr. Kissinger
100 prcent.
"In my judgment," he said
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lifetime has had the public
support in the United States
to the extent that he has. If
he makes a decision in the
resolution of the Mideastern
problem, I believe the Amer-
ican people, by an over-1
whelming majority, will sup-
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igan House of Representa-
tives, 'announced his candi-
dacy for the Democratic
nomination for U.S. congress-
man from the 18th District.
A rally for Kramer will be
held 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Mic higan Credit Union
League, 15600 Providence,
Southfield.
Kramer, an attorney for 24
years, was graduated from
Wayne State University's law
school. He recently was
elected to a three-year term
as a member of the repre-
sentative assembly of the
State Bar Association. Kram-
er also is general counsel for
the insurance committee of
the Michigan House.
While a legislator, Kramer
authored the Kramer Act to
halt the practice of insur-
ance companies cancelling
automobile liability insurance
without justifiable cause. He
also authored the original
amendment to the State
School Aid Act which per-
mitted summer school pro-
grams for the physically and
mentally handicaped and a
program to keep Blue Cross

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Detroit and a member of the
board of directors of Cong.
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