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March 03, 1972 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-03

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8—Friday, March 3, 1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Vocational Services - See Boon
in New Legislation for Handicaped

Toronto Synagogue Split Over Youth Director

tETTER BOX

NEW YORK—The Jewish Oc-
Previously, only sheltered work- Bernal Parents
cupational Council (JOC), national shops for the blind could qualify.
coordinating body for vocational Now, agencies serving other severe. Criticize Leaders
services under Jewish auspices,
handicaped can take part in
has been designated one of six ly
this program which promises an
national nonprofit organizations to ongoing flow of work to communi- for 'Abandonnient'
facilitate the allocation of govern- ty agencies.
Editor, The Jewish News:
ment orders or contracts to shel-
The designation of JOC came
As former students of the
tered workshops for the handicap-
from the coMmittaskfor purchase United Hebrew Schools and pre-
ed under provisions of the recent- of
produjiisil
.
ieivices,
of
the
sently
having two ,rhildren at the
ly amended Wagner-O'Day-Javits blind
and ether severely lumdi- Borman branch •we are eirncerised
Act.
JOC, acting in behalf of its sys- coped, d unit of the U21.-General with the abandonthent of iMpOrt-
Administration.
ant facets of •ATeWisis community
tem of Jewish Vocational Services Services
Henry.: B. Stern,40C *executive life by "leaderShip."
(JVS) and other affiliated agen-
director,'
has
ituresited
that
this
cies, will expedite and authenti-
Decisions are made undemo-
cate mandatory purchasing of var- new legislation has attracted the cratically, without a true repre-
ious supplies and services by fed- interest••of . Jewish VOcational -Ser- sentation of all segments sof the
vices *hit see in 4t the lope of
eral government agencies.
serving more long-term 'clients. comm unit
The,-Jewlch Occupational Council
Thette riektroitfoisiii0* min'
has responded by organizing a that as s:e shaPdon,aurrAeden
speci4 workshop comMittee'ivhich our
'neighbothoods
recently.ioncluded a two-day meet- our very glorious heritage, we are
ing in Chicago. Alfred Miller, as- encouraging the young to also
sociate executive director of Fed- abandon. The result is the loss of
eration EMployment and Guidance our fine Jewith young people in
Service (FEGS) of New York was the *images-
abandoning their
selected chairman of the commit- community and heritage,
tee. Participating on the committee
1t18 Wheels% Dora,. Mich.
DORIS AND •SAM TRON:
are staff representives of the JYS,
20259 Bender
of Detroit and ther cities .

Detroit 48219

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dIPRICE

Edikr, The Jewish News:
On-' the front page of the Feb. 4
issue of your paper was a state-
ment by the Detroit Rabbinical
Commission endorsing busing. In
principle, I support their stand.
Of course, we must abide by the
judicial process when-fise _decision
Is Made:;
% But busing is only half the
story. The Detroit Board of Edu-
cation is in the red and is making
a desperate effort to improve the
quality of education offered bra
ocholds.."
Our background does not per-
mit cultural separation and so-
cial uncommunIcation. There-
fore, there must be some spar

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Editor, The Jewish News:
Why are congregations and rab-
bis in our community choosing
Purim night, traditionally reserved
for the Purim seuda, for public
lectures, thereby destroying an es-
tablished custom of keeping fami-
lies together on Purim night?
Purim is a time for family re-
joicing in the victory over enemies
who sought our destruction. There
is Shushan Purim that can be re-
served for lectures. Let's go back—
a la "The Fiddler," to Tradition!

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Tour II March 27-April 17
Tour III March 26-April 20
Tour IV Passover & Independence Day Tour

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said that 131 proxy votes lhad been
counted incorrectly and the result
was 369 votes for the motion and
364 against.

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TORONTO—A dispute over ed-
ucational philosophy between the
rabbi of one of the largest syna-
gogues in North America and his
youth and education director came
to a head recently after weeks of
argument.
The controversy is said to be
over direction of the congrega-
tional school—Rabbi Stuart Rosen-
berg taking the "traditional struc-
ture" view and the youth director,
Rabbi Ben, Hollander, supporting
an "open,:insituctured,plao."
-Rabbi' Rosenberg is Vacked;44.•
the timid Of governors,and R
Rellander hy.the "Ad Hoc-Parente
Cedimittee2"
Recently, 2,000 members of Beth
Tzedec attended a meeting to vote
on a recommendation to the board
of governors to reconsider the non-
raeitif of Ifellander's'Itonfiactj.--
The *tied: was 'announced to
have received .540 -Stott* An laeOr.
HildindetAind 234'
But a few d4,ri later, the trust com-
pany responsible for the balloting

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Indianapolis Federation
Picks 2 Student Interns

INDIANAPOLIS (JTA) — The
Jewish Welfare Federation here
has reported that an Indianapolis
high school senior and an Indiana
University graduate school student
have been chosen as the first par-
ticipants in a - federation intern-
ship project. The JWF board al-
located $2,000 for the project.

I

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TO AN ALL

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Dedicated to the B'nai B'rith
MARTYRS FOREST

15,

YOU WILL SEE ONE OF THE LATE FILMS
ON ISRAEL "CHANGING LAND"

The Guest Speaker of the Evening

RABBI NOAH GAMZE

of the Downtown Synagogue

Each Tree Puichased by Wnai Wriih
Members Will Give "You an Omortunity
For a Free Trip to Isra el

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-MORE DETAILS AT THIS _MEETING

ilonday,liatch 6, 1972 8:30p.m.
_ NA1 -- DAVID SYNAGOGUE

SOUTHRELD ROAD, NORTH OF 544 MILE ROAD

Refreshments and Social Hour Will Follow

Fraternally, John Anstandig, President

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