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June 09, 1967 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-09

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Jews Pray Again at the Wailing Wall

N.Y. Textbook Ruling Both Praised and Criticized

NEW YORK (JTA) — The nil- that the law did not violate a
ing last weekend by the New York section of the state constitution
Court of Appeals, upholding the The American Jewish Congress,
right of the state to provide text- a consistent foe of the law, under
books for children attending relig- which school districts may provide
ious schools evoked sharply oppos- textbooks for non-public schools
ing reactions Sunday. I with state funds, said it expected
The four-to-three decision held ; the issue would be carried to the

United States Supreme Court.
Reuben E. Gross, chairman of
the law commission of Agudath
Israel of America, hailed the de-
cision as a "historic victory in the
development of the constitutional
rights of children attending non-
public school."

TO ALL JEWISH WOMEN OF DETROIT!

Support Israel in Her Gravest Crisis

COME TO THE
ISRAEL EMERGENCY LUNCHEON

Tuesday, June 13 -12 Noon

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to

The Jewish News)

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JERUSALEM—For the first itme
in 20 years, Jewish prayers were
held Wednesday at the Wailing
Wall in Old Jerusalem which was
captured earlier in the day by
Israeli troops and armor.
The army chief chaplain, Col.
Shlomo Goren, brought a Tora
scroll to the Wailing Wall and led
the prayer service.

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Dusty and begrimed Israeli
soldiers took part with tears in
their eyes. Under the 1948 armis-
tice agreement Jordan had agreed
to permit access by Jews to the
Wailing Wall but never imple-
mented that part of the agreement.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8—Friday, June 9, 1967

GERDA
WEISSMANN
KLEIN

Survivor of Hitler's Europe
In her special message about Israel's Women
in this time of great hardship and danger.

SAM KOPPELMAN SAYS:

Israel Emergency Luncheon Chairman

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MRS. MORRIS J. BRANDWINE

ATTEND THE

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EMERGENCY DINNER

HONORING PHIL SLOMOVITZ

Women's Division Chairman

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