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July 12, 1974 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 12, 1974-11

Isn't it time for America
to put more people of intelligence
and integrity
into government positions of public trust?

Joseph Levin
Democrat for Congress

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Joseph Levin a knowledgeable, young attorney with an old

family heritage of honorable and trustworthy service as public
officials — protecting America's best interests.

Joseph Levin the son of a famous father, the late U.S. Judge

Theodore Levin, and a brother of the current outstanding Michigan
Supreme Court Justice Charles L. Levin.

Joseph is another LEVIN, in whom you can have complete con-
fidence because of his moral soundness, his honesty, his intellect
and his ambition to carry on the family tradition as another
conscientious public servant.

We, the undersigned, sincerely believe that Joseph (Joe) LEVIN
is THE kind of person that we need in the U.S. Congress to help
put our country back on a sound basis — serving the vital needs
of all of us. Let's do ourselves a favor and vote for JOSEPH LEVIN,
Democrat, to succeed retiring Congresswoman Martha Griffiths.

Democratic Primary
August 6, 1974

STANLEY AKERS
LOUIS BERRY
MARVIN FRENKEL
SAM HAMBURGER
DR. SAMUEL J. LEVIN
MONTE NAGLER
LEONARD N. SIMONS

HAROLD C. ALLEN
LOUIS C. BLUMBERG
ADOLPH GOLDBERG
DAVID HANDELMAN
GERSHON LEVY
ROYAL OPPENHEIM
RUDY SIMONS

HELEN ALLEN
PAUL BRODER
IRVING GOLDBERG
PAUL HANDELMAN
MALCOLM LOWENSTEIN
KEN ROGIN
RICHARD SLOAN

JAY ALLEN
IRWIN DEUTCH
HARVEY GOLDMAN
SETH JACOBSON
JAMES MICHELSON
SUE ROGIN
JACK WAINGER

HERBERT A. ARONSSON
ALFRED L. DEUTSCH
IRVING GOLDMAN
HAROLD W. JAFFEE
LARRY MICHELSON
MRS. SIGMUND ROHLIK
CY WAGNER

MANDELL I. BERMAN
JOHN DREIFUS
IRVING L. GOLDMAN
MAXWELL JOSPEY
DAVID MIRO
IRVING SELIGMAN
MARY LOU ZIEVE

DAVID BERNSTEIN
SOL EISENBERG
IRVING GREENSTONE
THOMAS I. KLEIN
RAY MOERS
GEORGE SEYBURN
MORTON Z1EVE

Paid for by Joseph Levin for Congress Committee, 1000 Detroit Bank & Trust Bldg. , Detroit, Michigan 48226, 962-5909

HAROLD BERRY
SAM FRANK
MIRIAM HAMBURGER
HARRY KRAMER
I ESTER MORRIS
BERNARD SIEGEL
RAYMOND X. ZWEIG

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