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October 24, 1980 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 24, 1980 25

"...THIS PRESIDENT WILL NEVER
TURN HIS BACK ON ISRAEL

We applaud the President's momentous achievment as the major
architect of the Camp David Accords. We recognize that this Adminis-
tration has given more financial aid (over $10 billion) to Israel than all
other administrations combined. We believe the President when he
says, ". . . This President will never turn his back on Israel . . . This
President will not use economic and military aid as a lever against
Israel . .
This President will never "reassess" America's relation-
ship with Israel."

We commend the President for his tireless efforts at ensuring the
human rights of people from all nations. His foreign policy reflects a
universal concern for human dignity and political self-determination.
President Carter continues to urge the Soviet Union not to diminish the
flow of Jewish emigration. He has said: "We will not rest until every
Soviet-Jew is free to emigrate."

President Carter and Vice President Mondale are committed to up-
holding the traditional democratif principles which we have all strug-
gled to ensure. We must not lose the fight for the separation of Church
and state and other progressive ideals essential to our welfare.

THE CARTER/MONDALE ADMINISTRATION HAS A RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT
WE FULLY ENDORSE. WE URGE YOU TO JOIN US IN SUPPORT OF THE
RE-ELECTION OF JIMMY CARTER AND WALTER MONDALE.

Ann Rubenstein Beser
U.S. Representative James Blanchard
Ivan Bloch
Ruth and Brewster Broder
U.S. Representative William Brodhead
Heidi and Leon Cohan
Joyce Cohn
Harriet and Albert Colman
Faylene Curtis
Penny and Laurence Deitch
Elaine and Eugene Driker
State Senator Jack Faxon

Robert L. Fenton
Doris and Sam Fishman
State Representative Joe Forbes
Doralee and Irving Goldman
.Dean and Mrs. William Haber
Marilyn and Stuart Hertzberg
Ranny and Barry Howard
John and Gilda Jacobs
Rose and Sidney Kaye
Judith Kovach-Lobenthal
Zina Kramer
Harold Kulish
David Lebenbom

U.S. Senator Carl Levin
Joseph Levin
Pearl and Lee Lipner
Marvin (Mickey) Meltzer
Susan Moiseev
Judy and Robert Naftaly
Robert E. Nederlander
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platt
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Ravitz
U.S. Senator Donald W. Riegle, Jr.
Barbara Rom
State Senator Doug Ross

Alice and Victor Ross
Mayor David Shepherd
Sandy and John Shepherd
Abe Singer
Susan and Robert Sosnick
Joel D. Tauber
Sherri and Charles Tobias
Harold S. Tobias
Morley Winograd
Pearl and George Zeltzer
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zuckerman
Dorothy and Bud Gerson
Sarah and John Nemon
Dulcie and Norman Rosenfeld
Raquel and Rocky Ross
Gloria and Ernie Solomon

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