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October 12, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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38

Friday, October 12, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BETWEEN YOU & ME

6th Annual
Formalwear Sale

all colors & styles —free delivery
Deal Direct With Manufacturer

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END
TABLE

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36x36x16

*140"

COCKTAIL
TABLE

All Brand New Merchandise

After Six
Tuxedos

Designer
•Tuxedos

$99.00

up to

50% off

Over 400 available

Formal Shirts,
Ties, Vests,
and
Cummerbunds

Famous Name
Tuxedos

from

$49,99

limited quantity .
& sizes

CARY S. WOLF, D.P.M.

Medical & Surgical Foot Specialist

from

Dinner Jackets

from

$4.99

Formal Shoes
and Jewelry

$4.99

25% off

Sale begins Oct. 3 thru Oct. 31

is pleased to announce he
has assumed an additional practice

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Franklin Park Mall
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336.0170
Ann Arbor
Briarwood Mall
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Flint
Genesee Valley Mall
732-7070

Many Jews still
undecided on
Presidential choice

Experts have estimated that in
the election campaign, which is
now in high gear, the Mondale-
Ferraro ticket now has a rock-
bottom base of something more
than a third of the Jewish voters,
and the Reagan-Bush ticket has a
rock-bottom base of something
less than a third. This leaves
about a third still undecided.
As Americans, Jewish voters
are naturally interested not only
in issues concerning Jews specifi-
cally but also in general issues
such as the federal deficit, reduc-
tion of nuclear weapons, cham-
pioning of human rights abroad,
including protection of the human
rights of Jews in the Soviet Union
guaranteed by the Universal Dec-
laration of Human rights and by
the 1975 Helsinki agreement
which the Soviets have signed.
A key to speculation about
likely Jewish political perform-
ance in 1984 can perhaps be found
in recent polls in which Jews de-
fine their basic ideologies: 35 per-
cent described themselves as lib-
erals, 40 percent as moderates,
and 25 percent as conservatives.
There are effective Jews work-
ing in both parties and on behalf
of both tickets. There were more
than 300 Jewish delegates — or 9
percent — at the Democratic na-
tional convention and 104 dele-
gates and alternates — 2.3 per-
cent — at the Republican conven-
tion. An analysis by the American
Jewish Committee establishes
that more Jews voted for Mondale
than for Gary Hart in the Demo-
cratic primaries, possibly as a re-
sult of Hart's alleged considera-
tion of Jesse Jackson as his vice
presidential running mate.
Young professionals among
Jews in New England- and
liberal-left academic Democrats
preferred Hart, but the tide
swung to Mondale in California
because of the Jackson issue, and
Jews overwhelmingly favored
Mondale in New York. A Gallup
poll and other opinion polls estab-
lished that about three-quarters
of Jews considered Jackson anti-
Semitic, less than a tenth did not,
and about a fifth were not sure.

Copyright 1984, JTA Inc.

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A special invitation
is extended to, you to see
the all new front-wheel drive
1985 BUICK SOMERSET REGAL
now on display in our showroom.

28585 TELEGRAPH SOUTHFIELD

ACROSS FROM TEL-12 MALL

353-1300

Federation workers
go on strike
in New Jersey

New York (JTA) — Negotia-
tions between the United Jewish
Federation of Metrowest in East
Orange, N.J., and the union re-
presenting workers of the Federa-
tion and its federated agencies,
broke down and 150 workers
walked out this month over a
wage dispute the union chapter
chairperson said.

TaMaROFF

BUICK

NEWS

Strategic value?

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY
WYN-HAROLD CATERING

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — Newsman
Yoel Marcus, writing in Haaretz,
says the strategic cooperation
agreement signed by the U.S. and
Israel is of little value. "Will this
lead to combined armed forces
when the chips are down?" he
asked.

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