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October 10, 1980 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-10

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Friday; October 10, 1980 11

we believe supporting
Ronald Reagan is in the
best interest of Israel.

And a secure Israel
is in the best interest of the
United States.

In this election year of painful choices, we, the undersigned, believe
Ronald Reagan is the right choice for everyone who is concerned with
the future of Israel.
We have reached this conclusion after much deliberation and a
careful study of the current administration's record of promises made
to Israel and broken.
We have reached this conclusion after hundreds of hours of discus-
sion, debate and—yes—soul-searching.
We have reached this conclusion after carefully weighing the abili-
ties and character of the candidates.
we believe Ronald Reagan is the right choice because of his clear
and unequivocal stand against the PLO. Because of his support of Israel's
West Bank settlements. Because of his belief that Jerusalem is Israel's
lawful and historic capital.
And most important, Ronald Reagan is the right choice because he
believes Israel should be counted on as a trusted ally and a strategic
asset in a part of the world where we have precious little of either.
He does not view Israel as an embarrassment.
He knows that all the old cliche's about America's moral obligation
to the survivors of the Holocaust mean nothing in today's OPEC world.
His support is based on a far more practical (and believable) foundation:


That overriding fact is- why we, Democrats and Republicans, urge
you to vote for Ronald Reagan in this most crucial election year.

Joel Adelman
Helen and Jay Allen
Roberta Barron
Ira Berkowitz
Alan Block
Marlene and Paul Borman
Tillie Brandwine
Claire and John Chambers
Linda and Milton Dresner
Betty and Maynard Feldman
Dr. Leon Fill
Nettie and Morey Firestone
Marjorie and Max Fisher
Carol and Henry Frank

Anne and Robert Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Freedland
Barbara aid Marvin Frenkel
Helene and Richard Freund
Charles Gershenson
Dolly Goldberg
Nola and Marvin Goldman
Diane and Earl Grant
Annette and Jack Hamburger
Merle Harris
Jan and Mark Hauser
Bob Helfand
Renda Hertz
Dr. Maxwell Hoffman

Edith and Jason Honigman
Lawrence Jackier
Janet and Harold Jaffe
Miles Jaffe'
Ida and Ronald Joyrich
Jane and John Kalkanian
Matt Kamins
Emery Klein
Dr. Richard Krugel
Dr. Paul Kruszka
Irving Laker
Ed Levy, Sr.
Julie and Ed Levy, Jr.
Richard Lewiston

Larry Littman
Barbara and Harold Marko
Mr. and Mrs. Allen May
Martin Mayer
Barbara and Bill Mazer, Jr.
Milton J. Miller
Andrea and David Page
Cecile and Sonny Raichlin
Sam Rich
Arthur Rodecker
Alan Rosenberg
Rabbi Jacob Rudnik
Marianne and Alan Schwartz
Dr. Sam Shell

Paid for by The Reagan/Bush Committee for Michigan, Jan Ellis-Treasurer

Jane and Larry Sherman
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shuster
Gloria and Marvin Siegel
Stuart Singal
Ted J. Simons
Jody Sloan
Lois and Alvin Spector
Jerry Spero
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Stoler
Eunice and Jim Stone
Jan and David Tabashnik
Shirley and Harry Witus
Kathy and Fred Yaffe
Lois and Milton Zussman

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