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May 26, 1967 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-26

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Bible and Wall Street
John Straley, staunch defender
of the morals and procedures of
Wall Street bankers and brokers,
has come up with some irrefutable
references to same in the Bible:
Job 29:7: I prepared my seat in
the street. Genesis 43:18: lie may
take is for bondmen. 1st Samuel
2.29: Wherefore kick ye at mine
offerim!? Psalm 22:12: Many hulls
htrt e compassed me about. Any

NEW YORK (JTA) — Governor
Richard J. Hughes of New Jersey
warned here Sunday night that
proposed legislative changes in the
Federal Elementary and Second-
ary Education Act would imperil
the significant achievements of the
act, which, he said, has already
benefited more than 8,000,000 chil-
dren through improved educational
Addressing the 1,000 Jewish rab-
Classified Ads Get Quick Results binic and lay leaders attending
the dinner of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
Governor Hughes particularly
scored a bill sponsored by Rep.
H. Quie of Minnesota, which would
channel federal aid funds through
the state governments instead of
directly to the school districts as
under the present law.



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N. J. Governor Hughes Warns Against Change in U. S. School Aid Law

If the changes proposed in the
Quie measure are adopted, Gov.
Hughes declared, "private school
students, now beginning to parti-
cipate in publicly sponsored edu-
cational programs, would find
their participation bobbled, in
many cases prevented, by the
constitutions of almost three doz-
en states. In place of the friendly
consultations between public
school and private school educa-
tors now going on at the local
level all around America, in a

12—Friday, May 26, 1967

spirit of friendship and coopera-
tion, private school educators
would have to go, hat in hand,
to necessarily hostile state de-
partments of education."

Rabbi Joseph Karasick, national
president of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, announced
the establishment of the World
Conference of Ashkenazi and Sep-
hardi Synagogues which will deal
with major problems of Jewish re-
ligious and social life in all parts
of the world as well as with issues
of peace and war, poverty and hu-
man rights. He said that an inter-
national leadership meeting of the
conference will take place June 2-
4 in Geneva.

The heavens declare the glory
(As a former teacher himself, of God, and the firmament showeth
the President said, he is most his handiwark. Day unto day ut-
proud of this legislative break- tereth speech, and night unto night
through which permits children in showeth knowledge. There is no
need of help and attending all speech nor language where their
schools to benefit from federal voice is not heard. —Psalm xix, I
(The President made the state- Classified Ads Get Quick Results
ment at a special White House
reception for public school super-
intendents of 52 of the nation's
largest cities and representatives
of non-public school systems. The
WITH . . .
educators were brought to Wash-
ington by the office
Woodward near 1 M:le Rd.
for a two day conference on fed-
Minutes away from everything
eral support for education in urban
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• Complete Kitchens
• Wall-to-Wall Carpeting


Everything has two handles; the
one soft and manageable, the other
• TV and Radio • Parking
such as will not endure to be
• Continental Breakfast
touched. If then your brother do
you an injury, do not take it by
the hot hard handle, by repre-
TO 8-2662
senting to yourself all the aggra-
vating circumstances of the fact;
but look rather on the soft side,
and extenuate it as much as is
possible, by considering the near-
Start at
ness of the relation, and the long
friendship and familiarity between
you—obligations to kindness which
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a single provocation ought not
to dissolve. And thus you will take 19630
the accident by its manageable
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS handle — Epictetus.

President Johnson later told a
representative of the Hebrew day
school movement, Rabbi Bernard
Goldenberg, director of the school
organization and professional serv-
ices for Torah Umesorah, the Na-
tional Society for Hebrew Day
Schools, that he is proud of the
fact that it was the destiny of his
administration to enact the Ele-
mentary and Secondary Education
Act of 1965 and with this legisla-
tion to bypass the church-state
impasse that snarled federal aid
to education through many pre-
vious administrations.

new venture in Jewish education

for Junior High School Students

with afternoon Hebrew School background

Akiva Hebrew Day School — 24061 Coolidge Highway, Oak Park — will

accept a limited number of gifted Junior High School boys and girls into a newly

formed 7th grade Special Progress class.

Only highly motivated and superior students currently attending an afternoon

Hebrew School will be considered for this intensive Jewish Studies Program coordi-

nated with the General Studies Department which is accredited by the Michigan

Department of Public Instruction and approved by the Oak Park and Southfield

Boards of Education.

Students entering this program will upon graduation from 8th grade be pre-
pared to enter any first rank Yeshiva or Public High School.

This program is being offered for the

first time in the Detroit area

Bar-Mitzvah preparation will be
offered as an integral part of
the program.

For interview, testing and further infor-

mation, call the Akiva Day School of-

fice, 545-1060 between 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

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