Flint Community News
Opposition to Open
Two Jewish leaders in Flint said
that "the hopes and aspirations of
15,000 Negro families in our com-
munity" died Monday night when
the City Commission turned down
an open occupancy ordinance.
The two are Joseph Megdell,
president of the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council. and Michael A. ,
Pelavin, chairman of the council's
Community Relations Committee
They said it is **altogether shock-
ig" that open occupancy need be
the object of legislation "but how
much more shocking that during
these critical times an ordinance
merely legislating those rights
which have been preViously grant-
ed should fail."
Megdell and Pelavin added:
"The shortsightedness and polit-
ical expediency evidenced by five
of our city commissioners last night
was a disgrace to our city and a
direct insult to our fine mayor."
They said that Flint has taken
as a rule,
does not offer
price as an
incentive . . .
but we're able
to offer such
a fine value
that we'd like
you to know
about it . . .
44 Departure Dates
I. Deluxe hotels
2. Jet all the way
3. Breakfast and dinner
4. All sightseeing, incl.
5. Transfers and baggage
6. No organizational mem-
7. Choice of Athens, Paris
or Rome stop-over at
little extra cost.
Harvard Row Mall
11-Mile & Lahser
Open Sundays 11 to 3 ,
great pride by being the first city
of its size to elect a Negro mayor,
and they hope - that the disgrace
heaped upon our city last night
will be felt with the same degree of
feeling and shame."
Friday, August 25, 1967-13
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
New Medical Facility
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (JTA) — A
new health and medical treatment
center , that will serve 200 young
people from the National Jewish
Welfare Board's Middle Atlantic
Region, has been dedicated by the
Pinemere Camp Association.
ARDEN - SCHWARTZ: Heather
Marlene. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris S. Schwartz. and Leon Ar-
den, of New York City, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sussman of
Flint, were married recently.
CLEMENS—LANDE: Linda Rose
Lande and Bruce Archer Clemens
were united in marriage a week
ago Sunday at the Durand Street
home of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S.
Sorkin. Performing the garden cer-
emony was Rabbi William A.
Greenebaum II of Temple Beth El.
The bride. daughter of Mrs. Sor- I
!kin and the late Herman F. Lande.
chose an A-line gown of candle-
light peau de soie.
Her tiered veil of English illu-
sion was secured by a double brid-
al bow. She carried roses, Stepha-
notis and baby's breath.
Mr. Clemens is the son of Mrs.
Marion Clemens of San Francisco
and the late Mr. Clemens.
Nancy Lou Becker was maid of
honor and Lee Ellen Bernstein was
Attending his brother as best
man was Keith Clemens of Cam-
bridge, Mass., and seating the
guests was the bride's brother,
Elliot G. Lande.
Before leaving on a trip to Cape
Cod, the newlyweds greeted 125
guests at the Sorkin home. Their
home will be in College Park, Md.
AT BEAUTIFUL BIG LAKE
local ski areas. Congenial neigh-
bors. Hurry only 3 sites remain-
Quality Work at
land. Approx. V2 acre each
$3500.00, terms. Swimming, boot-
ing, water skiing, fishing. Near
Must be seen to appreciate.
"Get Our Price Last"
Steve Epstein. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Epstein. is now a certified
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Osher have
returned from a Bnai Brith tour of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schuster of
New York and their children have
been visiting their parents, the
Hy Klein is leaving for a week's
conference at the Washington Hil-
ton in Washington, D.C. He is rep-
resenting the Flint Federation of
Teachers which is affiliated with
the American Federation of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Katz and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blum are meet-
ing their daughters, Randee and
Adelle, in New York. The girls are
returning from a United Syna-
gogue Youth pilgrimage in Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cossman are
journeying to Baltimore with their
children, the Marshall Cossmans.
They are meeting their other son, Now—Fully Dressed!
Jeffrey, who is on his way back
Stanley Marcus. bearded boss of
from a summer in Europe and the fabulous Neiman-Marcus store
in Dallas, and his own best press
Mr. ancl4frs. Julian Feller enter- agent, includes among his improb-
tained their supper club in honor able anecdotes one concerning a
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wolin's lady from a hole in the wall up-
state who appeared at the store
Jim Ratner. Howard Benyas, Rob one day in a gingham gown and
Hurand and Andy Covitz are all sunbonnet — and barefoot. She
back from California before leav- bought a mink coat for $6,000 and
ing for school.
paid cash for it on the spot. And
The Morton Leitson family is while she was waiting for the coat
sight-seeing in the New England to be wrapped—Stanley sold her a
pair of shoes!
IN THE KNOW
HARRY & LARRY
NO FALSE PROMISES — JUST GOOD DEALS
"WE SELL BECAUSE OF OUR REPUTATION"
JOE MAY CHEVROLET
12555 GRAND RIVER near Meyers
2 1/2 Ton
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Council Sets Newcomers' Hospitality
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The Flint Jewish Community 'Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Electronic Air-Cleaners, Furnaces, and Humidifiers
Council sponsored a get-acquainted i Fink, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shievitz,
EQUAL'..f LOW PRICES
cookout on Aug. 5 at the home of IMr. and Mrs. Carl Leiter, Dr. and
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Kronick. Nan- Mrs. Sheldon Baum, and Mrs. Jean
with Air-Conditioning installations
bru Lane, in honor of the new- !Passini.
callers to the Jewish community.I .....„..
The guests were greeted by the
hospitality chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. -
Sumner Goldman, the Kronicks and
Mr. and Mrs. Al Tucker.
Those attending were Rabbi and !M;
Mrs. William Greenebaum II of
Temple Beth El; Irving Geisser,
executive director of the Council,
and Mrs. Geisser; Joseph Megdell,
president of the Council. and Mrs. • lh
Honored guests were: Dr. and
Mrs. Larry Baker, Dr. and Mrs.
at the SYNAGOGUE, Seven Mile Road West at Greenlawn and in the
Robert Zimmerman, Dr. and Mrs. 7131::
SOUTHFIELD BRANCH — KENNEDY SCHOOL
Robert Fenster, Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Israel Minister Anticipates
`Rollback' in Unemployment;
22,000 New Jobs Planned
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The level
of unemployment in Israel was
stabilized during the first half of
1967, and "will be gradually rolled
back" in the year's last six months,
Labor Minister Yigal Allon de-
By the end of this year, he said,
22,000 new jobs will be created
"through the natural increase of
the labor force." He said 32.593
unemployed were registered as
jobless with the labor exchanges
during the first week of August.
Of that total. Alton reported, 21,-
000 were given work on job-relief
projects. The unemployed for the
first six months of 1967, he said,
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