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September 10, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-10

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▪ Gitlins' Appeal:
`Return Miriani
to the Council'

"In the best interests of our
community, it is vital that Louis
C. Miriani be returned to the
Common Council, Dr. Charles
Gitlin and Esther
Gitlin urged in
an appeal issued
this week.
The Gitlins,
long-time friends
of the former
councilman a n d
mayor, stated
that they have
organized a com-
mittee to work
for Miriani's
election.
"Our campaign
is in the cause
of good govern-
Miriani merit," Dr. and
Mrs. Gitlin said. "We need ex-
perienced men in the Council and
Miriani is the most experienced of
all. We need him in the Council
and we must call him back to
public service quickly."

Grand Jury Probe
on 'Fix' Object of
Gordon Petition



Lou Gordon, practicing Detroit
attorney and candidate for Traffic
Court judge, filed a petition in cir-
cuit Court for a grand jury in-
vestigation into the Wayne COun-
ty Sheriff's Road Patrol-fixing
scandal. The petition was delayed
for decision upon the request of
Attorney General Frank Kelley.
This is probably the first time
in legal history that a citizen has
filed for a grand jury. Gordon's
petition was based upon informa-
tion from the admissions of the
sheriff's deputies who fixed traf-
fic tickets.
Gordon said he filed the petition
as a concerned citizen and can-
didate for Traffic Court judge who
is vitally interested in traffic
safety.
Gordon's complaint alleged that
the whole process of law enforce-
ment in Wayne County, as it
relates to traffic -laws, is in
jeopardy by the violations which
have been illegally sponged from
the records of the court.

I-

William Krueger
in Circuit Court Race

William Krueger, present Circuit
Court commissioner, is campaign-
ing for promotion to the Wayne
County Circuit
Court in the
Sept. 14 primary.
After working
his way through
public school and
college, Krueger
graduated from
American In-
stitute of Bank-
ing and the De-:
troit College of :
Law. He then
served as pro-
bate register of
the Wayne Coun-
ty Probate Court
and as assistant --
prosecuting at- Krueger
torney for Wayne County. At the
same time he taught naturalization
classes for 10 years and served
with numerous civic and service
organizations.
His 15 years' service as Wayne
County Circuit Court Commission-
er have been marked by a record
for fairness and unbiased judge-
ment in handling landlord-tenant
and land contract foreclosure
cases. The citizens of Wayne Coun-
ty have commended him on num-
erous occasions also for his open-
-door policy and his patient con-
sideration of the difficult problems
which come before this Court.
A featured speaker at civic din-
ners and meetings throughout the
state, Judge Krueger has contribut-
ed a great deal of his time to
worthwhile public service activ-
ities. -

George Tobias Running
for Circuit Court Judge

Mary Ball, Veteran Detroit Publicist, Runs for Council

Mrs. Mary Ball, 15892 Rose-
mont, has promised to make every
effort to bring Common Council
sessions periodically to various De-
troit communities if elected to the
Council.
Mrs. Ball, a veteran senior publi-
cist for the city, currently on leave
of absence to direct the foreign
visitor program for the Interna-
tional Institute, said she believes
"some of our problems today stem
directly from a breakdown in com-
munications between the citizens
and city officials. I would make
every effort, if elected, to have
Council meetings held at least once
a month in neighborhood centers."
Mrs. Ball began as a part-time
playground leader in 1944 while
still a student at Wayne State
University. From 1949 until last
year she served as a publicist for
the city, working at one time or
another with all 34 city depart-
ments.

Mrs. Ball is a past president of
the Women's Advertising Club of
Detroit and was selected as "Ad-
vertising Woman of the Year" in
1962. She served regularly on a
volunteer basis to aid such causes
as voter registration, United Foun-
dation, Michigan Week, Interna-

ELECT — -JOHN B.

CIPRIANI

COUNCILMAN

Ballot No. 103 — Member, American Legion Post No.

PROMOTE To

CIRCUIT JUDGE

O'CONNELL

Allen's Background
Told; Judge Candidate

Julius E. Allen, prominent De-
troit attorney, candidate for judge
of the Wayne Circuit Court in the
Sept. 14 primary election, a
partner in the law firm of Allen
and Tendler, has been a member
of the State Bar of Michigan, and
a member of the Detroit Bar
Association many years.
Allen is a member and officer
of many civic, social and fraternal
organizations.
At the request of former Gov. G.
Mennen Williams, Allen served
on the Inter-Peninsula Communi-
cations Commission from 1949 to
1951. This is the body whose work
and recommendation encouraged
the Legislature to create the
Mackinaw Bridge Authority.
Allen is currently serving as a
comissioner on the Detroit Water
Board, a position to which he was
appointed in 1962 by Mayor
Jerome P. Cavanagh.
Long a resident of Detroit, the
Circuit Court candidate is a 1927
graduate of Northern High School.
He received his law degree from
the Detroit College of Law in
1931, and has practiced law in
Detroit since that time.
The father of two married
daughters, he was born in BrOok-
lyn in 1909, and resides at 4744
West Outer Drive.

George W. Tobias, Detroit at-
torney for more than 22 years, is
a candidate for judge to fill one
of the four vacancies on the Wayne
County Circuit Court bench.
Tobias, 44, is a Navy veteran of
both World War II and the Korean
campaign. He is vice president and
director of the Michigan State Uni-
versity Alumni Club of Detroit.
Tobias obtained his law degree
from the University of Detroit in
June 1943 and is a member of The
Friends of the Library of U. of D.
Active in a number of neighbor-
hood and other conservation pro-
grams, Tobias also serves on the
conservation law committee of the
State Bar of Michigan and has been
a member of the common pleas Municipal Judge Dunn
committee of the Detroit Bar As-
Seeks Circuit Court Post
sociation.
Need for a man of experienced,
judicial background on the Wayne
John Cipriani Campaigns
County Circuit Court is being
for Common Council -
stressed by Judge Richard D. Dunn
John B. Cipriani, a Detroit pub- in his campaign for promotion to
lic servant 17 years, is a can- the Circuit Court in the Sept. 14
didate for City Council at the primary.
polls Tuesday.
The Dearborn Heights municipal
Detroit-born and educated Cipr- court judge has practiced law in
iani is a combat veteran of World Wayne County since 1951 and has
War II, former president of Local served as township attorney for
312, CIO, and a former credit Dearborn Township seven years.
union official. He also is a 14th
It was under his guidance that
District precinct delegate and is the city of Dearborn Heights was
active in veteran, civic, and formed, and he helped guide its
fraternal organizations.
early months as first corporation
Married, with four children,
He has been municipal
Cipriani lives at 14832 Houston- counsel.
court judge of that city of 75,000
Whittier.
for over two years.

tional Freedom Festival and Wom-
en Who Work Week. She was
selected as one of the city's four
outstanding Women Who Work in
1956 and was chosen in 1964 to
receive one of four Distinguished
Alumni Awards presented by
Wayne State University.

No. 43 on the Ballot

• Practicing Attorney
• 5th Year City Councilman
• Educator • Civic Leader • Family Man-6 Children

ELECT

A Man of Courage

JACKIE VAUGHN III

"Candidate of the People"

fory our COUNCILMAN

Ballot No. 146

Jackie Vaughn 111 Will Make A Great Councilman

Remember .. .

JOSEPH E.

for

TRAFFIC JUDGE



No. 159 on the Ballot

Blanche Parent Wise Warns
Against Assessment Increases

All Congressional
Districts, Civic, Labor,
Church
Business Groups

thzd.

u
ORD N

Blanche Parent Wise, seeking
a return to the Detroit Common
Council where she served for
eight years previously, charges
that the proposed increase in
assessments on homes built before
1942, only nominal, would affect
not only city taxes but would con-
stitute actually a three-way in-
crease. She reminded voters that
the county tax and the school tax
are based on city assess valuations.
Mrs. Wise believes that prop-
erty owners, who so long have
borne the bulk of the tax burden,
deserve some reduction of their
heavy load, especially when an
income tax is imposed.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, September 10, 1965

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Traffic Court Judge

• Member of B'nai Brith—Centennial Lodge; Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek

Primary: Sept. 14th

• Graduate of Central High and Wayne University

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