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October 26, 1962 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-26

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Jewish Council Backs Brickley's
Proposed Ordinance Against Bias

The Jewish Community Coun-
cil's support of Councilman
Brickley's proposed ordinance
on "unscrupulous real estate
practices" was announced by

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Stanley J. Winkelman, presi-
dent, following action by the
Council's executive committee.
On behalf of the Community
Relations Committee, which is
chaired by Louis Rosenzweig,
William Cohen headed a sub-
committee which examined the
proposed ordinance. Following
a series of meetings with lead-
ers of other • interested com-
munity groups and discussions
with Councilman William Pat-
rick and Mel J. Ravitz, who
submitted certain amendments,
Cohen's sub-committee recom-
mended the favorable action.
The report to the Council
executive committee noted that
in its amended version the pro-
posal provides statements of
safeguards for -minority rights
in the area of housing and states
a policy of open occupancy for
the city. The latter has been a
goal sought by groups inter-
ested in ending discrimination
and segregated housing pat-
terns. Such practices in the
past, it was pointed out, have
resulted in the creation of mi-
nority ghettoes and have been
a threat to genuine neighbor-
hood stabilization.

Appleman-Threatt
Rites Solemnized

MRS. HENRY APPLEMAN

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Workmen's Circle groups
have announced plans for corn-
ing meetings.
Branches 460-E and 1060 will
meet at 9 p.m. Saturday to hear
Sam Fishman of the UAW
speak on his findings in Europe
as compared to situations here
in the U. S. The public is in-
vited.
The Women's Division will
meet 12:30 p.m. Monday to
make plans for the annual rum-
mage sale.
The Teen Club will meet 7:30
p.m. Tuesday to elect officers.
New members are still being
admitted. For information, call
KE 7-5440.
All groups will meet at the
Workmen's Circle Educational
Center, 18340 West 7 Mile.

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Full Days 'til 4 p.m. .
4.00
Transportation 50c Per Day

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the finest flavor and tenderness.

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CIZANBCZOOK HOUSE MOTEL

ElCaNT MILE AND JAMES COUZENS

Cong. Bnai David Mr. and Mrs.
Club will hold a gala twist party
8:30 p.m. Nov. 4 at the syna-
gogue.
Music will be provided by the
Townsmen. There will be an ex-
hibition by the Jack Barnes
Dancers.
Friends are invited. For tick-
ets, call Mel Volin, LI 3-3784.

For the HY Spot
Of Your Affair

a

Dr. Barbara Ann Threatt be-
came the bride of Dr. Henry
David Appleman in a ceremony
performed by Dr. Richard C.
Hertz Oct. 13 at Temple Beth
El.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Threatt of
Rock Hill, S.C. The bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Morris J.
Appleman of Detroit, and the
late Mr. Appleman,
Mrs. Mary Tragus of Texas
And Abraham gave all that
he had to Isaac his son.—Gen- was matron of honor. Richard
Gerber of Ann Arbor served
esis 25.
as best man. Louis Feigelson of
Ann Arbor and Michael Rhodes
of Milwaukee seated the guests.
FOR FLOWERS
CALL
The bride is serving her first
ROSENMAN
year residency at Wayne County
General Hospital. The bride-
JO 4-6078
groom
is a resident in pathology
26025 COOLIDGE
at the University of Michigan
Bet. Manhattan and Elgin
Hospital.

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