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August 02, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 2, 1974 15

"AMERICA AND ISRAEL
HAVE A COMMON DESTINY"

BILL BRODHEAD
DEMOCRAT FOR CONGRESS
17TH DISTRICT

BRODHEAD ON Y.S.-ISRAEL RELATIONS

"I believe in continuing American assistance to Israel in its efforts to repel aggression and
preserve its democracy.
"I support a permanent peace solution based on recognized defensible boundaries.
"Before Congress makes any more trade concessions to the Soviet Union, we must demand
concessions from them on emigration of Soviet Jews."

THE DETROIT FREE PRESS
SAID IN ITS ENDORSEMENT . .

. . we believe that the person best qualified by experience, by temperament, by
ideals and by ability is State Rep. WILLIAM M. BRODHEAD. In fact, we believe Rep.
Brodhead could quickly become one of the best congressmen in the entire Michigan
delegation,
"At 32, Brodhead is a veteran of two terms in the Michigan Legislature. He has
been an effective—and we emphasize that word—rather than merely a showy legislator. -
His record in a number of areas is solid: in support of a transportation system for
Southeast Michigan, on consumer issues, on education.
"The great compliment to Rep. Brodhead is that, in the relatively strong field in
the congressional primary, he still looks like the class of the group. We believe he holds
far greater promise of effective service than any of the others.
"In the era of Watergate, we believe one point about Bill Brodhead may be
more attractive than anything else: his campaign is not the slickest, or the best
financed, or the most sharply defined ideologically. He often seems, in fact, somewhat
shy or self-effacing. But we believe he is a man with the character and the judgement
to live with temptations and frustrations of politics today and to hold on to his
convictions.
"Therefore, we would urge the voters in the 17th district Democratic primary to
promote .William Brodhead and to make him their nominee for Congress."

A PARTIAL LIST OF THOSE WHO SUPPORT

Steve Applebaum
Joanne Aronoff
Sally and Irving August
Leslie and Barbara Azimov
Marty and Marcia Baum
Rita Beck
Betty Becker
Patricia Cousens Becker
Dr. Howard Bender
Norman Berkley
Maurice Binkow
Sheri L. Blustein
Shirley and Seymour Blustein
Benjamin Bragman
Harry Bragman
Sanford M. Bragman
Ken Brown
Harold Bussey
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Carp
Ed Chalom
Councilman Nelson Chase
Barbara Cole
Albert M. Colman
Adele Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Cohen
Lawrence and Marsha Cohen
Councilman Stephen Cooper •
Judith Freed Corey

Frances R. Cousens
Benjamin Cuker
Mina Cuker
Seymour Cuker
Herman Dooha
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eichenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Elias
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ellenson
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Farber
Charles Feder
Emil and Johanna Feiner
Joe Findling
Esther Finkelstein
Bernard Firestone
Shirley Foon
Rep. Joe Forbes
Jack Friedman
Max Garber, M.D.
Shirley Garber
Evelyn Gendloff
Vicki and Ray Goldbaum
Miss Belle Gordon
Helene Gottfried
Charles Gottlieb
Beverly Gould
Rose and Arthur Gould
Rubyjean and Richard Gould
Mr. and Mrs. David Grainer

Frieda Green
Phil Green
Bill Greene
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Grossberg
Steven B. Haffner
Gary Hauptman
Councilman Martin W. Hollander
Sheridan V. Holzman
Larry Horwitz
Robert and Eileen Israel
Albert E. Jacobs
Dr. Milton M. Jacobs
Mrs. Gertrude Joseph
Kopel and Estelle Kahn
Alan J. Kaufman
Andrea Kempner
Leonard Kenbler
Jerome and Rita Keywell
Doris M. Klavons
Lou KOnick
Phyllis J. Kowal
Allen Krass
Mrs. Celia Kunick
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lampert
Sandra and Rod Landsman
Ethel and J. Philip Levant
Mrs. Mabyn LeVine
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Lux
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Malzberg
Mrs. John Marcosky

BILL BRODHEAD

Stevem Matlen
Dr. Irving and Marcia Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Moiseev
Susan Moiseev
Mrs. Jerome Morse
Arthur and Shirley Monson
Marjorie Norman
Robert and Anita Novak
Gail Offen
Sam and Hyla Offen
Sybil and Bernie Offen
Leo and Natalie Polk
Lois and Max Pincus
Donald Rafal
Jim and Rosemary Reid
Sheryl E. Reiss
Lillian and Robert Reiss
Debbi Riklin
Milton Rochlin
Beverly Rosenthal
Dr. Oscar and Evelyn Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Ross
Betty Rotberg
Seymour Rowe
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schechter
Mr. and Mrs. David Schiefer
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Shapira
John and Sandra Shepherd

Norma and Edwin Shifrin
Dr. and Mrs. David Silver
Michael and Bari Silver
Commissioner and Mrs. Paul Silver
Sheldon Silver
David M. Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Silverman
Betty and Curt Singer
Ann and Allen Sipher
Arthur Slabosky
Dr. - and Mrs. Edward Stein
Sandy and Maxine Steiner
Karl Stern
Dr. David and Danielle Susser
Lois and Leonard Teicher
Ruth Terebelo
Elisha and Paul Tisdale
Hy and Rose Tomarin
Stina and Stuart Trager
Jackie and Ron Waronoff
Sanford Waxer
Celia Weingarden
Mr. and Mrs. E. Weinstein
Jane and Leonard Weinstein
Cornelia Wiener
Richard Wiener
Dr. and Mrs. Pino Wiser
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Zonder

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