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February 11, 1983 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8 Friday, February 11, 1983

BiTiNG TAE HAND
THAT FEEDS ME
15 MY SPECIALTY /

NOW SERVING YOU AT OUR

NEW LOCATION
10721 W. TEN MILE RD.

BETWEEN COOLIDGE AND WOODWARD

Phone 548-7884
Featuring

BIGELOW CARPETS

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Lc, 6 !ES To JAM DAvrS

Final Sellout

on the last
remaining units

id ewood
Pointe

CONDOMINIUMS

name
your
price
no reasonable offer refused

J. Singer and Sons offers Luxury Condominium 2 story
Townhouses in Ridgewood Pointe, West Bloomfield
--S/E Corner of Walnut Lake Rd & Drake.
Approximately 2500 Sq.Ft. units completely finished
with landscaping, sprinkling system, redwood decks,
air-conditioning and all the extras—Ready to Move In!!

Location: Walnut Lake Rd. at
Drake Rd. in West Bloomfield,
across from Shenandoah Golf
Course, adjacent to Temple
Israel and 1 mile north of
the Jewish Center.

Ridgewood
Pointe



Walnut Lake Rd.

Maple Rd.

14 Mile Rd.

cc

to
to

This could be the "BUY" of your lifetime.
Regularly priced ai $181,800 base to $200,000.
Builders will be at our furnished model
Saturdays and Sundays until all units are sold.
Remaining units and model can be seen: Wed.,
Fri., Sat. and Sun.-1:00-5:00,pm.

For an appointment to see at other times call:

J.. Singer and Sons — 569-0040

MODEL PHONE 661-0703

Developed and Sold by

is Singer a Son/ Development Co.

Jewish Ethnicity Left Out
During Shift to Suburbs

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

An expert on child guid-
ance has asserted that "the
ease with which new lifes-
tyles have been adopted in
many suburban Jewish
farnilies has resulted in
such a major break with the
•Jewish past that the
weakening of family stabil-
ity that followed should not
have surprised us as much
as it did."
That observation was
made by Marion Levine,
executive director of the
North Shore Child Guid-
ance Center of Manhasset,
N.Y. She was a member of a
group of experts attending a
consultation organized by
the American Jewish
Committee's Institute on
Pluralism and Group Iden-
tity.
The experts met to dis-
cuss some of the key find-
ings of a new study,
"Ethnicity and Family
Therapy," published by the
Guilford Press. The Insti-
tute cooperated in the prep-
.aration and publication of
the volume.
A principle conclusion
of the book was that
ethnic, racial and reli-
gious traditions continue
to exert powerful influ-
ences on family life in
America and are now
providing therapists with
new treatment ap-
proaches. Another re-
lated conclusion was that
therapists must be aware
that their own ethnic
backgrounds can affect
the ways in which they

react to their clients and

their client's behavior.
The book was edited by
Monica McGoldrick, direc-
tor of family training at the
psychiatry department of
the University of Medicine
and Dentistry of New Jer-
sey; Joseph Gordiano, direc-
tor of the AJCommittee
Louis Caplan Center on
Group Identity and Mental
Health; and Dr. John
Pearce, a family therapist
at the Cambridge Family
Institute at Cambridge,
Mass.
Irving Levine, director of
the AJCommittee's Inst-
tute on Pluralism was
chairman for the consulta-
tion, in whcih - the three
editors took part.
The book contains chap-
ters on more than 20 ethnic
groups, including American
Indians, Asians, Blacks,
British, Cubans, French,
Canadians, Germans,
Greeks, Iraniaris, Irish, Ita-
lians, Jews Mexicans, Poles,
Portuguese, Puerto Ricans,
Scandinavians and Viet-
namese.
All of the panelis-ts
noted that the theories
set forth in the book were
relatively new and had
not been universally ac-
cepted.
The AJCommittee re-
ported that the mental
health projects of its Insti-
tute on Pluralism and
Group Identity have been
supported by a five-year
$500,000 grant from the
Maurice Falk Medical Fund
of Pittsburgh.

Dayan Views Israeli Leaders

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Tobin said that Dayan
late Moshe Dayan's close credited
Egyptian
friend, Yehuda Tobin, has President Anwar Sadat and
told the newspaper Haaretz U.S. President Jimmy Car-
of his meeting with Dayan ter for 'the success of the
shortly before his death, Camp David negotiations,
and of Dayan's assessment and credited himself as
of Israel's leaders. being the vital factor on the
Dayan believed, accord- Israeli side.
ing to Tobin, that Ezer
Dayan said Menahem
Weizman was absolutely Begin was convinced the
unqualified. Dayan said peace treaty with Egypt
Yitzhak Rabin is a deep would assure Begin's
thinker and keen analyst, place in history. ,
but intolerant of the views
Dayan told Tobin that he
of others. Shimon Peres is doubted if a Labor govern-
prone to wild statements ment under Rabin or Golda
but is willing to listen to Meir could have reached
others, according to Dayan. agreement with Egypt. - - -

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