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November 04, 1966 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, November 4, 1966

St. Louis Survey Finds Jewish Education Below National Level

ST. LOUIS (JTA)—A survey of tween 11/2 and 21/2 hours per week ly below" current practices in oth-
Jewish education in St. Louis has of instruction.
er Jewish communities.
revealed that such education is
Hebrew language instruction,
Less than a dozen of the 285
lagging in virtually every phase.
teachers in Jewish education with one or two exceptions, does
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Unit-1 communities of Israel's serious The survey, made under direction
not meet the accepted procedures
here have certificates or licenses
ed Jewish Appeal was called upon problems and to enlist increased of the American Association for
to teach. Most of the teachers for foreign language teaching.
Monday by Louis A. Pincus, chair- I UJA aid.
Jewish Education strongly urged a
hold at least two jobs to make a
man of the Jewish Agency, "to j He said the Jewish Agency is central Jewish education board as
Blow, blow thou winter wind,
living, and the Board of Jewish
share the burden of cushioning the developing a program for intensi- a first step to overhaul Jewish
Thou art not so unkind
Education has failed to attract a
social consequences of Israel's cur- fied absorption work among the education in the city.
As man's ingratitude;
single Jewish teacher from out-
rent economic s t r e s se s and socially and economically unab-
The survey found that only 2
of-town in 16 years.
Thy tooth is not so keen,
sorbed in the development towns, per cent of all children attending
strains."
Because thou art not seen,
The survey found that physical
Speaking before the closing ses- i to improve conditions in over- Jewish schools are in secondary facilities were "more than ade-
Although thy breath is rude
sion of the UJA Women's Division', crowded housing, increase organiz- education programs, compared with
quate" but that the allocation from
—Shakespeare.
Study Mission Pincus said: "Israelj ed youth activities and to provide 10 per cent nationally. The major- the St. Louis Jewish Federation to
has reached a crisis on every front, ! supplementary educational facili- ity of Jewish children receive be- Jewish education was "significant-
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economically, socially, and on the ties for all age groups, including
borders." adult illiterates.
*
The economic recession, he de-
Glared, has hit hardest in the de- UJA and UIA Clarify
velopment towns where 250,000 re-
cent immigrants, mainly from Keren Hayesod Income
North African and Asian countries, NEW YORK (JTA)—The United
There is no name on the ballot for
are concentrated. Jewish Appeal and the United Is-
As these contain the greatest rael Appeal, Inc., issued a state-
JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, SHORT
number of unskilled workers and ment here Sunday clarifying an
TERM, (ending January 1, 1967).
illiterates, they are naturally the earlier report on the sources of
first to be hardest hit by unem- income of the Keren Hayesod in
• 13 Years a Practising Attorney
To keep your court at full strength
ployment. he said, warning of the Jerusalem, issued by Dr. Israel
• Former Army Judge-Advocate
danger of social unrest unless their Goldstein, president of the Keren-
1. Turn to the WRITE IN column on
plight is alleviated. Hayesod-United Israel Appeal. The
• Active in Education
Pincus urged the UJA Women's UJA-UIA statement declared:
your voting machine.
Division to inform their home "Funds raised by the UJA in the
• President,Civic Association
United States are transferred to
2. Lift tab NO. 31.
( Ronsdale Sub.)
. the UIA, Inc., an American cor-
Maimenides Center in .1sd I poration domiciled at 515 Park
3. Write In:
• Member, Cong. B'nai Moshe
Avenue, New York. The UIA, Inc.,
Tells $25,000,000 Plan
NEW YORK (JTA) — The Mai- by its American board of directors,
• Energetic, Dedicated to The Law
monides Medical Center of Brook- makes allocations for work in Is-
(U. of Mich,, Juris Doctor '53)
lyn announced a $25,000,000 build- rael and transfers funds to its
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ing construction program to meet agent, the Jewish Agency in Je-
patient and research needs over rusalem, to carry out its work.
the next 10 years. None of the funds of the UJA,
Work has started on the first through the UIA, Inc., is transfer-
structure, a four-story community red to the Keren Hayesod.
mental health center. Other units "During the fiscal year April 1,
will be a clinical services build- 1965-March 31, 1966, the UJA trans-
and
ing, a service building, a parking ferred to the UIA, Inc., the sum of
garage and a nursing home.
$37,757,272.89. The MA, Inc., al-
located these funds for use in the
fields of immigration, absorption,
for the Detroit
agricultural settlement, youth care,
as well as repayment of debt to
American insurance companies."

Current Plight in Israel Cited in Appeal
for More Aid from American Jewry

NOTICE OAKLAND COUNTY RESIDENTS:

EDWARD M. MILLER
for Circuit Judge:

EDWARD M. MILLER

MARY L BARKER

DR. REMUS G. ROBINSON

BOARD OF EDUCATION

Survivors' Federation
Marks 25th Year Here

ProbitteJudge

Expert
Experienced ..

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NEW YORK (JTA)—The Ameri-
can Federation of Jews from Cen-
tral Europe celebrated its 25th
anniversary here Sunday at a gath-
ering addressed by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress, and Dr. Joachim
Prinz, chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations.
Comprising some 40 affiliated or-
ganizations of immigrants from
Central Europe, the federation has
represented the rights and interests
of survivors of the Nazi holocaust
coming from Central Europe. Un-
der the federation's sponsorship, a
network of mutual aid societies
and social welfare agencies was
organized and, in close coopera-
tion with the general community,
set on a path of integration into
the social, cultural and economic
life in this country,

SCH !ER

We endorse and urge your support for the election of Mary Barker and Dr. Remus G. Robinson for the
Detroit Board of Education.
The records of both candidates in support of education is an outstanding one. As a member of the
Board for 12 years Dr. Robinson has fought for improved educational opportunities in all parts of our
tity. Mrs. Barker as President of the Detroit P.T.A. and in other capacities has helped lead the kind
of citizens involvement that is gaining more state fiscal aid as a more just and needed increase in
support of our schools.
For responsible and effective Board of Education representation elect Mary L. Barker and Dr. Remus
C. Robinson.
SIGNED:

Dr. and Mrs. Bryce Alpert,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alpern
Dr. and Mrs. John Biesanz
Mr. and Mrs. Zeldon Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Avern Cohn
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Glossman
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Gluckstein
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Gordon
Dr. and Mrs. August Kerber

Mrs. Golda Krolik
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Moscow
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pitts
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pokempner
Mr. and Mrs. David Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schottenfels Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weisberg
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White
Dr. Richard Wisniewski

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MICHAEL L.

STACEY

Your Republican Candidate for
State Representative

RATED PREFERRED and WELL QUALIFIED
by Civic Searchlight and Detroit Bar Assn,



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