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May 13, 1983 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 13, 1983 11

Official Lauds
Day Schools

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The yeshiva day schools of
the U.S. should be emulated
by American educators as
models of academic excel-
lence and character mold-
ing, Secretary of Education
Terrel Bell said.
Addressing 1,800 people
at the 61st anniversary
dinner of Agudath Israel of
America at the New York
Hilton, Bell said, "The way
to strengthen America is by
setting a good example;
perhaps if American
educators paid more atten-
tion to the academic excel-
lence and ethical training in
your Jewish day schools,
our public schools would not
be in the condition they are
today." The audience in-
cluded hundreds of rabbis
and yeshiva deans.
Agudath Israel president
Rabbi Moshe Sherer pre-
sented Bell with the organ-
ization's humanitarian
award for having demon-
strated his concern for all
American children and for
his leading role in the battle
to remove discriminatory
barriers against parents
who choose non-public
school education for their
children.
Citing the Talmud and
Jewish history, Bell noted
the traditional Jewish love
of learning and attributed
the yeshivas' success to
their unashamedly stres-
sing the importance of in-
culcating moral and ethical
values along with academic
achievement.

Jewish Funeral
Arranged for
Russian Emigre

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Brooklyn branch of
Community Action for
Legal Services (CALS) has
interceded successfully on
behalf of a Russian Jewish
immigrant to prevent a
planned funeral for her
littler Christian auspices5
Steven Bernstein, CALS
director, said that the
daughter of the woman, who
died last month in Beth Is-
rael Hospital in Manhattan;
learned, on the afternoon of
her mother's death, that her
step-brother planned to
bury their mother in a
Christian ritual. The step-
brother had arranged for
funeral services in a Chris-
tian funeral home and bu-
rial in a non-sectarian
cemetery.

French Jewish
Cartoonist Cited

PARIS (JTA) — French
cartoonist Tim has been
awarded the prize of the
Foundation of French
Judaism.
Tirii, born in Poland in
1919, is a member of the
editorial committee of the
weekly news magazine,
L'Express. His cartoons are
well-known throughout the
world.
Tim, whose real name is
Louis Mitelberg, joined the
Free French Forces in Lon-
don during World War II.
After the war he settled in
Paris and started his career.



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