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October 26, 1984 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-26

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20 Friday, October 26, 1984.

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Saturday,
October 27, 1984

8:00 p.m.

Judge James A.

Hathaway

their moving expenses paid by
the state and also get $4,000 in
relocation money. Those of us
who have been here for less
time can't get anything,
though. There are other people
in my building who originally
lived in the Montmartre
Street apartments. But now
we're all in the same boat
again and it's sinking fast.
If they really wanted to
help us, the government could
allow us to qualify for a low-
interest mortgage so we too
could buy our own homes. I
don't know where we're going
to go in January. I don't think
they'll throw us out on the
streets, do you?," asks Brin.
His landlord is the state De-
partment of Transportation.
How sensitive are the public
employees of that depart-
ment? One resident reports
that she was told by a Depart-.
ment of Transportation
bureaucrat, "You Jews have
got to learn that you can't al-
ways win." Rabbi Freedman
insists that anti-Semitism has
never been a factor in the 1-696
situation, but some residents
of the community who are
forced to deal with state em-
ployees believe otherwise.
More than one resident told
this reporter of instances of
public drunkenness exhibited
on the job by Department of
Transportation supervisors, a
spectacle the Orthodox find
particularly abhorrent.

Assessing the
gains and
losses.

■ Judge Wayne County Circuit Court.



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And what about the damage
to the community's priceless
heritage and cherished in-
stitutions? Perhaps the har-
dest hit has been Rabbi Gor-
don's congregation. He ex-
plains that many of those who
lived in Huntington Woods
and. Oak Park and whose
homes were removed were
members of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. "These were
people who wanted to live
within walking distance of a
synagogue," says Rabbi Gor-
don, "but once they relocated,
aside from maybe one or two
with sentimental attachment,
they no longer attended our
congregation. The last two
years, since the activity (on
the expressway) has become
more pronounced, we've suf-
fered quite a loss. Our mem-
bership is a little less than half
of what it was six years ago.

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