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September 24, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Board of License for Detroit Jewish Educators
Is Established by Hebrew Schools, Synagogues

Announcement was made this
week of the establishment of a De-
troit Board of License for Hebrew
and Yiddish Teachers, to share in
a common concern to raise the
standards of Jewish education and
the educational institutions.
A statement accompanying the
announcement of the formation of
the new board declares:
"The teacher being the chief
and central force in formal ed-
ucation, it is of primary im-
portance to insure his qualifica-
tions and to elevate his profess-
ional status. While many teach-
ers by reason of their back-
ground, competence and learning
will reflect standards superior
to the requirements for license,
it is essential to establish stand-
ards as a minimum for the qual-
ification of teachers. The entire
Jewish community will be served
and enriched by such a proced-
ure.
"Although the schools vary
widely in their religious orienta-
tion and curricular content and
are autonomous as far as engag-
ing teachers to suit their special
requirements, they have all
agreed to restrict their teaching
staff to teachers who hold valid
Board Certification or who hold
provisional certificates and are
working towards permanent cert-
ification. Schools affiliated with
the Board of License have ex-
pressed their accord with the
aims and purposes of the Board
and have indicated their intent
to cooperate with the board."
The educational institutions who
have indicated their willingness
to participate in the Detroit Board
of License are the following: Unit-
ed Hebrew Schools and its affili-

ated schools, Shaarey Zedek, Bnai Ahavas Achim and the Combined
David, Hillel Day School, Akiva Jewish Schools (Sholem Aleichem
Day School, Hayim Greenberg and Abraham Reisen Schools).
The congregational schools affili-
School, Beth Moses, Beth Shalom,
ated with the United Hebrew
Schools include Adas Shalom,
World Book Lore
Bnai Moshe, Beth Am, Temple
Emanu-El, Beth Aaron, Ahavas
Achim and Beth Moses.)
Louis LaMed was elected chair-
man of the Board of License for
Hebrew and Yiddish Teachers.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Rabbi
Hayim Donin were elected vice-
chairmen and Wolf Snyder was
elected secretary. The facilities
of the United Hebrew Schools at
18977 Schaefer will be used as
the central headquarters for the
Detroit Board of License.
Including the officers, the Board
of License consists of the follow-
ing:
Rabbi Morris Adler, Rabbi Simon
Murciano, Rabbi Hayim Donin, Alb-
Columbus solved his personnel
ert Elazar, Movsas Goldoftas, Rabbi
problems by hiring youngsters who
hadn't learned to complain. At least
Benjamin Gorrelick, Rabbi Irwin
one-third of the people on his last
Groner, Rabbi Israel Halpern, Rab-
voyage to the New World were boys
bi Mordecai Halpern, Louis LaMed,
between the ages of 12 and 18.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Prof.
Shlomo Marenof, Morris Nobel,
SOURCE: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA

Greetings on The New Year

To Our

Relatives and Friends

Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Elliman

19654966 A.D.

One of the most far-reaching and
important citizen protection laws
ever enacted in Michigan will go
into operation starting Jan. 1.
It is the Motor Vehicle Accident
Claims Act, passed by the 1965
Legislature. Its function is to pro-
tect innocent victims of uninsured
drivers by setting up a fund of
more than $11,000,000 to pay
claims.
The fund is administered by the
Secretary of State through a major
division of the Michigan Depart-
ment of State.
Although claims against the new
Fund will not start until the first
of the year, there is another impor-
tant target date . . . Nov. 1. This is
the day that Michigan motorists be-
gin to purchase 1966 Michigan
license plates. And along with their
plates, they will also pay into the
Accident Claims Fund.
Each uninsured motor vehicle
owner pays $25 into the fund.
All insured owners, on the other
hand, pay only $1 into the fund.
The uninsured motorist receives
absolutely nothing for his $25 fee.
This is not insurance. Actually, this
is a penalty he pays for the option
of remaining uninsured.
On the other hand, the insured
driver does get something for his
$1 fee . . . insurance protection.
This protection is much like the un-
insured motorist rider which is
sold through private insurance
companies and which costs several
times more than the $1.

raitomeit, oi the,

?tinting gOortcl

Who can measure the year that has slid away?
Who can accurately picture the year that enters?

Our printing world is made up of trillions of words
that constantly are in the travail of birth. An
industry that measures its craftsmanship by the dot
over the "1"; the dot that alters the color spectrum;
the dot that changes the entire meaning of a word needs
craftsmen at their best.

The craftsmen who produce The Jewish News send greetings
to the Jewish people everywhere that they may enjoy peace
and contentment in 5726 44.M:

$50,000 for Labor Israel

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, September 24, 1965

Manfred Pick, and Dr. Naphtail
Wiesner.
Requirements for certification
under the new plan include num-
erous categories, and provisions
are made for temporary licenses
for trainees.
There also are provisions for ex-
aminations in prescribed studies
before applicants can secure cert.
ification.
Those securing licenses must
have satisfactory teaching records.

A. M.

Motor Vehicle Act
Goes in Effect Jan. 1

NEW YORK (JTA) — A total of
$50,000 was raised by the National
Committee for Labor Israel Monday
right at a testimonial dinner hon-
c_ ing William Hellman, toward the
F`.00,000 campaign by the Histadrut,
Israel's Labor Federation, for the
establishment of the Arthur
Fiedler Music Library in Tel Aviv.

Rabbi Seymour Panitz, Rabbi Man-
fred Pick, Alex Roberg, Rabbi A.
Irving Schnipper, Rabbi Jacob
Segal, Sidney Selig, Wolf Snyder,
Mordecai Teller, Marshall Wallace,
Harvey L. Weisberg and Dr. Naph-o
tali Wiesner.
The standards and examinations
sub committee of the Detroit Board
of License consists of Albert Ela-
zar, chairman; Rabbi Irwin Groner,
Rabbi Simon Murciano, Movsas
Goldoftas, Dr. Irving Panush, Rabbi

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