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December 13, 1974 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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LETTER BOX

Yeshiva Education Applauded

Editor, The Jewish News:
I recently read an article
in an Israeli newspaper in
which the writer supported
a single educational system
which will include religious
and secular education in all
of Israel for all children, in-
stead of a' general school
system for children of non-
religious homes, and special
schools geared to the speci-
fic needs of the various de-
grees and factions in reli-
gious Jewry. .
To my mind this proposal
would,_ destroy the very
foundations of Yiddishkeit
and hinder the forces which

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have perptuated Torah Juda
ism since the beginning of
the Galut. •
First of all, how could we
ever reach an agreement as
to what the "one" education-
al system should be.
Secondly, any compromise
system would have to be
watered down to meet all
parties and would satisfy
none while trying to satisfy
all.
, -
I maintain that the Yeshiva
which stresses, from stu-
dent's earliest years, the
value and significance of
Torah as the very life-blood
of Judaism, and the import-
ance of staying with it:as a
career as well as a way of
life, I say that such Yeshi-
vas are the ones fulfilling
their mission and purpose in
the perpetuation of Torah
Judaism. –
My greatest satisfaction
was experienced whenever I
observed nursery schools and
kindergartens, whether es-
tablished in, America or in
Israel, whiCh started the
children on the right foot
and the basis was firmly set
in them for a lifetime of
Torah-true Jewish practice.
STEPHEN KLEIN
Board Chairman,
Barton Candy, New York
* * *

`Hanuka — Occasion
to- Show Confidence
in Israel Survival'

Editor, The Jewish News:.
It is well that at the time
when we usher in-the holiday
of Hanuka - we , should en-
shrine the valor of the an-
cient Maccabees and of the
modern Israelis in the words
of the liturgy, "Thou hast
avenged our vengence, hast
delivered the strong to the
weak, the many to the few; ,
the wicked to the righteous".
The miracle
of Israel's tri-
,
umphant march toward be-
coming the most powerful
small-nation in the world
today, accomplished in a
comparative speck of the
vast canvas of history's
time-table, is no less attribu-
table to the _intercession of
the Keeper of Israel than the
miracle we observe on- Hanu-
ka.
In much of the publicity
dealing with the situation in
Israel, there appears to be a
tendency at morbidity, at a
quaking apprehension of the
consequences of the threats
posed to our state.
There is a Hebrew saying;
Al . Tiftochu _-Pe Lasoton,
which the late Fred Butzel,
who was some time given
to using Hebrew expressions,
paraphrased: 'do -not paint
the devil, lest he come to
life.
By His- grace, Israel will
endure and continue from
strength to strength, and let
us in the Diaspora, doing
our full duty by our state,
look _forward to participating
in Israel's triumphant march
to peace, security and right
eous power.
M. MANUEL MER-ZON

Unsanitary Jewish Bakeries Hit

Editor, The Jewish News:
Some time ago, after read-
ing about a $500 fine being
imposed on a local Jewish
baker for unsanitary condi-
tions, I switched to another.
Now that bakery has been
closed for unsanitary condi-
tions.
I feel that it is time for the
Detroit Jewish community to
do something regarding the
shameful conditions existing
in some of our Jewish
bakeries.
When our families say a
blessing over the halla, we
have every right to expect
that only the cleanest ingre-
dients will be used, especially
in a place of \business being
supported through the loyalty
of their Jewish neighbors.
Therefore,, when a bakery
is closed because of many
violations, not the least of
which was selling baked
goods containing rat-infested
ingredients, I don't think it
is right that no one knows
about it.' Violations are paid
off, or a sign is put up —
"closed for alterations" with-
Out anyone being the wiser.
MRS. HARRY L. JACOBS
Editor's Note: The names
of the bakeries referred to
by Mrs. Jacobs have been
deleted' because the Oakland
County . Health Department
confirmed that the bakeries
involved have corrected de-
ficiencies and brought their
establishments up to stand-
ard.
However, a check of the
department's records -of Jew-
ish, bakeries in Oak Park and
Southfield indicate that the
department inspects only once

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hakeries haVe been ordered,
yearly to conduct a general
cleaning, store foodstuffs off
the floor, repair' refrigera-
tors and tables, and correct
other violations.
We can only say that indi-
vidual shoppers will have to
pass judgement based on
their own observations.

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