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November 01, 1974 - Image 19

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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A man is the sum of his
actions, of what he has done,
is to crowd _together even of what he can do. Nothing
though they may be in an else.—Andre Malraux
area with' ample space.
"When a police incident
occurs, the hasidim will
tend to crowd the police in
an attempt to learn what has
transpired, thereby posing
an apparent threat to the
police officer unfamiliar with
their habits."
Similarly, the guide notes
that "the Orthodox and has-
idic Jews do not carry any-
thing on the Sabbath (and
therefore cannot have any
BEST QUALIFIED
identification in, their pock-
Pc Pot
ets)."

NY Police Learn Jewish Rites

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 1, 1974-19

NEW YORK—Nearly 3,000
New York City policemen
are - learning about Jews,
Jewish observance and Jew-
ish neighborhoods through "A
Guide to the Jewish Com-
munity of New York," pre-
pared by the American Jew-
ish Congress. .
Already distributed to po-
lice officers assigned to pre-
cincts in neighborhoods with
large Jewish populations, the
pamphlet will get additional
readership in January when
it is incorporated in the stu-
dent guide distributed to 800
new recruits at the police
academy. –
The AJC guide will be used
as a training vehicle "to help
increase ethnic awareness"
among potential police offi-
cers.
The guide was prepared
because "certain frictions and
some unfortunate incidents
have taken place between the
Jewish community and the
police, particularly in several
ultra-Orthodox neighbo r-
hoods," said Jack Elkin,
chairman of the Congress'
New York Metropolitan
Council.
In addition to basic infor-
mation on Jewish holidays
and practices and the major
"special concerns and sensi-
tivities" of the Jewish com
munity, the guide contains
informition specifically de-
signed to lessen the possibili-
ty of an incident.
In describing -the ultra-
Orthodox hasidic communi-
ty, the guide reveals that
"the tendency of Hasidim

Every deaths leaves a scar,
and every time a child
laughs it starts healing.
—Elie Wie-asel

JOHN J.

O'BRIEN

for

JUDGE of

PROBATE

Elect

Common
Pleas

JUDGE

IRWIN H.

BURDICK

Circuit Court Judge

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"OUTSTANDING:" — Detroit Bar Ass'n
"PREFERRED & WELL QUALIFIED"—Civic Searchlight
"SUPERIOR & ENDORSED"— Urban Alliance
ENDORSED BY:
Women Lawyers' Association
Detroit Free Press
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Detroit News

.



Only one candidate for State Board of Education has
local school board_experience .

FLORENCE F. "JO" SALTZMAN

17 years of leadership for Public School Children ,

• President, Birmingham Board of Education, 1973-4

• Michigan Association of School Boards, Resolutions Committee

• PTA Committee Chairmanships, other activities

• -_Chairperson, Citizen's Advisory Committee, Oak Park Board of Education

• League of Women Voters, Local Education_ Chairperson
• ` American Association of University Women, Education Committees

• Jewish Community Council, Education Committee

From an editorial endorsing Mrs. Saltzman, in the Detroit Free Press, October
14, 1974:

"Mrs. Saltzman also would give the Board some viewpoints and background it has •
lacked in the past. She has served on the Birmingham Board of Education and held
one term as–President .. . she would give the State Board the viewpoint and knowl-
edge of a local school board official. But, since she no longer holds the local
position, could do so without any conflict of interest .. .

... The cause of education would best be served by
the election of . . FLORENCE F. SALTZMAN" FOR _
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ... NOV. 5th

— REPUBLICAN —

Pd. Pol. Ad.

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