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February 03, 1984 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Media Bias' to Be Discussed
at Beth Achim Public Forum

LOW PRICES
EVERYDAY!

.

GAYNORS

Cong. Beth Achim Men's
Club and the Metro Detroit
Chapter of Americans for a

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Stanley J. Winkelman,
20% FOR THAT SPECIAL 20%
Safe Israel will co-sponsor a Roger B. Smith and Mrs.
public forum on "Media Emmet Tracy Sr. will be
OFF! • SWEET SIXTEEN
Bias" at. 10 a.m. Sunday at honored Feb. 25 at the Wes-
tin Hotel as "Knights of
Beth Achim.
• BAT-MITZVA GIFT OFF!
Charity"
by
the
Pontifical
The film, "NBC in Leba-
Hunters Square, Farmington Hills, Mich.
non: A Study in Media Mis- Institute of Foreign Mis-
855-6566
representation," will be sions.
shown. A panel discussion
will follow.
Moderator of the panel
will be George Rossman,
past president of Beth
Achim. Panelists include
Dr. Leon H. Warshay,
Wayne State University
sociology professor and vice
president of the Metro De-
troit District of the Zionist
Organization of America;
Marcel G. Hage, national
president of the American '
Lebanese League; and Shir-
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editor of the Eccentric -
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Mr. and Mrs. Rodney'
Faudem of Farmington
Hills announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Bonnie B., to Keith J.
Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Pierce, also of Far-
mington Hills.
Mr. Pierce is a third-year
student at Wayne State
University's medical school.
A July wedding is
planned.

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Ac t i v i ti es
in Society

SHOES &
HANDBAGS

Detroiter Larry Jackier
was one of 20 young Israeli
and American Jewish lead-
ers who participated in "The
Jewish People Approaches
the 21st Century," a four-
hour workshop held in Is-
rael in December.

* * *

Rabbi Sheldon N.
Lopin of Akiva Hebrew
Day School is attending the
eighth national curriculum
conference sponsored by the
National Conference of
Yeshiva Principals in
Miami, Fla.

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*All Previous Sales Excluded

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Income Boosted

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The yearly income of Arabs
on the West Bank rose from
$170 in 1968 to $1,390 in
1982. In 1982, the average
yearly income of Syrians
was $1,030; Jordan, $1,180;
and Egypt, $480.

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