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July 30, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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Local Real Estate Brokers Protest
Rosenberg-Budson
'Statements Threa tening Reputation' Marriage Solemnized

A group of Detroit real estate harsh and unfair legislation against
government brokers, in a telegram professional brokers, damaging to
to Mayor Cavanagh and other gov- both our livelihood and the rights
ernment officials, has protested of our clients."
what it calls "public statements of
"We also resent," the telegram
city and state officials threatening
continued, "unsubstantiated ac-
brokers' professional and personal
cusations by individuals and
reputations."
property groups forming a basis
Insisting that the real estate
for possible legislative action
profession is not to blame for
and placing upon the real es-
racism in housing, the Steering
tate profession the onus of re-
Committee, Independent R e a 1
sponsibility for racism in
Estate Brokers Organization, an-
housing. Both the cause and sol-
nounced it would air its position at
ution of this situation must be
a 2:30 p.m. press conference Mon-
shared by the community, gov-
day at the Press Club.
ernment and homeowners. We
insist no unilateral action be
In a copy of the telegram sent
to The Jewish News, the Steering
taken without regard to the
Committee said it resented "the
views of real estate profession-
als."
announced intention to consider

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At the press conference, the In-
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sociation plans to offer "construc-
tive modifications to the Fair
Neighborhood Practices Ordinance
which can work to the betterment
of the entire community and not
represent the narrow purposes of
a small community element."
Among the signers of the protest
were William Gross, Alan Gross-
man, Irving Katcher, J. William
Klem and Ralph Miller. Copies
were sent not only to the mayor
and The Jewish News, but to the
president of the Common Council,
the corporation counsel and Michi-
gan Corporation and Securities
commissioner.

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Israel Envoy Is Honored at Washington Farewell

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A fare- negan, newly designated American
well tribute was accorded to Mord- ambassador to Algeria, and others.
Gazit will assume a senior posi-
decai Gazit, minister of the Israel
tion in the Israeli foreign ministry
embassy who frequently served as in Jerusalem with special empha-
charge d'affaires during his five sis on Middle Eastern affairs.

years of service in Washington.
Leading American diplomats,
members of Congress, and other
personages including leaders of
the American Jewish community
attended , a reception in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Gazit tendered by
Ambassador Avraham Harman.
Among the guests were Harlan
Cleveland, new American ambas-
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assistant secretary of state for
Near Eastern affairs; John D. Jer-

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N.J.
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