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September 27, 1985 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 27, 1985

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543-5410

New York (JTA) — Mayor
Edward Koch denounced Black
Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan
as a "Nazi in a clerical collar"
and said he hoped Farrakhan's
scheduled rally at Madison
Square Garden on Oct. 7 does
not draw protest demonstrations
"so as not to give him even
greater notoriety."
The mayor noted that ecu-
menical services will take place
on Oct. 5 in New York marking
' a "national day of mourning" for
black South Africans and he
suggested that this forum be
used by leaders — especially
non-Jewish leaders — to speak
out against Farrakhan.
Koch, in other remarks, noted
that despite Farrakhan's anti-
Semitic preachings, he "has the
right to speak" at the rally.
Farrakhan, head of the
Chicago-based nation is Islam,
propelled himself into the na-
tional spotlight last year with
his association with Rev. Jesse
Jackson during the Democratic
Presidential primary campaign.
Later, Jackson dropped Far-
rakhan from the campaign.
But it was Farrakhan's anti-
Semitic, anti-Zionist diatribes
that drew much national atten-
tion, and particularly angered
the Jewish community.

,

Bomb Injures
Israeli Woman

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A home-
made bomb slightly injured a
woman in the main street of
Acre, north of Haifa, Monday.
Police detained about 20 sus-
pects.
In Jerusalem Sunday, a
booby-trapped vehicle was safely
dismantled in a street ix)• the
ultra-Orthodox Mea Shearim
quarter.
Police have repeated their ap-
peal to the public to be on the
alert for suspicious-looking ob-
jects during the current holiday
period.
Meanwhile, a curfew was im-
posed on A-Nabta township in
the Samaria district of the West
Bank after a gasoline bomb was
thrown at an Israeli Vehicle.
There were no injuries.

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OPEN LETTER

The City of Southfield has many citizens with
many problems to solve. Not all citizens can
be happy with all decisions, but to listen and
to help people find solutions is why you run
and hold public office. Items of special inter-
est that VICKI GOLDBAUM has supported or
worked on are:

2.
SWITCH 10
GUARANlY FEDERAL

MOTION BY VICKI GOLDBAUM . . . For Israeli Day Parade,
Resolution

81,147. Dec. 1, 1980. Passed 3-2

VICKI GOLDBAUM INITIATED . . . I-696 Impact Statement at
Federal Level For Orthodox Community.

Started 2-22-1979

VICKI GOLDBAUM VOTED FOR . . . Project ERUV INC. 'Resolu-
tion C-10-84.

Unanimdus, Aug. 18, 1984

VOTE NOVEMBER 5, 1985
Councilwoman

Some banks treat only their wealthy customers well.
But at Guaranty Federal, you don't have to be a million-
aire to get treated like one. Because at Guaranty
Federal, personal attention gets priority attention. The
friendly people in all nine of our branches can assist you
with a variety of checking and savings accounts,
mortgages, personal and business loans, CDs, and
IRAs.
There're no Iwo ways about it. To get the attention
you so richly deserve, you don't have to be rich. Just
switch to Guaranty Federal.

VICKI GOLDBAUM

FOR SOUTHFIELD MAYOR

Reid Ashton
Dr. Elliot Burns
Ron Cameron
Dr. Howard Dubin
Doris Frankel
Sam Geller
Donald Gurwin
Nancy Gurwin
Murray Haupman,
City Commissioner
Arthur Klein
William Lefkofsky,
City Commissioner
Al Lenhardt
Jean McDonnell,
former Councilwoman

David Maiseloff
Gail Nemer
Ronald Rodnick
Larry Rogers
Brenda Rosenberg
Howard Rosenberg
Alice Rotenberg
Dr. Hershel Sandberg
Sheldon Satovsky
Abe Schmier
Abe Selesney
Max Sosin
Debbie Tyner
Meyer Waterstone
Herman Yagoda
•Partial Listing'

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We outnice the other banks.
287-9200

Taylor, Lincoln Park, Dearborn, Riverview, Wyandotte,
Allen Park, Trenton, Southgate, Farmington Hills.

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