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October 31, 1986 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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Since his first day in Congress as representative from the old 18th Congressional
District, Jim Blanchard has fought effectively for the issues of critical importance to us
— an open and pluralistic America, a strong and secure Israel and freedom for
Soviet Jewry.

Four years ago, when Jim Blanchard was elected Governor, Michigan was on its
knees. Our credit rating was the lowest in the nation, our unemployment rate was
among the highest. Convicted criminals were being released from our jails because.
we had no room for them and our once proud educational system was dying.

In the face of all that, Jim Blanchard was the man who had to make the tough
choices. It wasn't easy. But Jim Blanchard did what was necessary to turn our state,
around. He led Michigan to what Wall Street calls the greatest comeback in the na-
tion. Please give him the opportunity to continue what has only begun.

Howard Abrams
Nina Dodge Abrams
Hon. Dennis and Marilyn Aaron
Peter and Ellen Alter
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Applebaum
Gerrie Barclay
Mandell L. and Madge Berman
Hon. Maxine Berman
Ann Rubenstein Beser
Ivan and Linda Bloch
Brewster and Ruth Broder
Brenda Brook
Gayle Burstein
Hon. Daniel S. Cooper
Eugene M. Curtis
Faylene Curtis
Marvin and Peggy Daitch
Laurence and Penny Deitch
Sidney and Edith Deitch
Linee Diem
Marshall and Barbara Disner
Paul J. Dizik
Martin and Allene Doctoroff
Eugene and Elaine Driker
Gary and Barbara Eisenberg
Dr. Raina Ernstoff
Linda Etkin
Senator Jack Faxon
Alan Feuer

Hon. Joe Forbes
Sam and Doris Fishman
Rosalind Radner Fuertes
Bud and Dorothy Gerson
Hon. Vicki Goldbaum
Fred and Barbara Goldberg
Marty and Linda Goldman
Sid and Barbara Goldman
Burt and Zeno Gordon
Robert Gordon
Rosalind Grand
Jim and Nancy Grosfeld
Hon. David Gubow
Estelle Gubow
Sandy Hansell
David and Doreen Hermelin
Stuart and Marilyn Hertzberg
Jeffrey Heuer
Helen Horowitz
Michael and Barbara Horowitz
Phyllis and Larry Horowitz
Jason and Jan Horton
Barry and Ronny Howard
Lawrence and Rochelle Jackier
John E. and Hon. Gilda Jacobs
Ira and Brenda Jaffe
Emery and Diane Klein
Bruce Komisar
Jeanne Korsh

Michael and Zino Kramer
Margie and Bill Krasnick
Belle Kukes
Hon. Burton and Rosanne Leland
Barry and Sue Lepler
Geri Lester
Senator Carl Levin
Hon. Sander M. Levin
Judith Kovach Lobenthal, Ph. D.
Jonathon D. Lowe
Paul and Leslie Magy
Hon. Annetta Miller
Dr. Sidney Miller
Bernard and Judith Mindell
Robert and Judy Naftaly
Spencer and Myrna Partrich
Hon. Alexander Perinoff
Hon. Lawrence and Anne Pernick
Max and Lainie Pincus
Mark and Sydney Pittman
Hon. Lana Pollack
Cathy Radner
Cecil Rain
David Rain-
Jeffrey Raphelson
Skip and Carol Roberts
Susan Kurtzman Rogin
Martin and Barbara Rom
Doug and Carol Ross

Jordan Rossen
Judy Rubin
Sid and Marilyn Rubin
Lee Saperstein

Mark and Rosie Schlussel
Joela and Jerry Shulman
Jay and Debra Siefman
Sandra Silver
David and Lori Simon
Abeiand Sherry Singer
Craig and Alice Smith
Lawrence K. and Maxine Snider
Robert Sosnick
Leslie Stein
Jacqueline Steingold
Kathleen Straus
Peter Sugar
Bruce Thal
Elaine Block-Victor
and Randall Victor
Shirley Weil
J. Laevin Weiner
Karen Weiner
Arthur Weiss
Rick and Raj Wiener
Roger and Linda Winkelman
Stanley and Margaret Winkelman
Morley and Roberta Winograd
David and Rosemary Wolock

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