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August 24, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH

32 ''1i(12S/: bust 24, 1984

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ACT-SAT
Testing

CONGREGATION

B'NAI DAVID
INVITES ALL

Thinking about taking the ACT or SAT test? Indi-
vidualized instruction is now available so you can im-
prove your score.
Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.
Also tutoring in all subjects (your home)

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ENJOY ALL SABBATHS WITH US

AND BRING YOUR CHILDREN

• FAMILY ORIENTED CONGREGATION COMMITTED TO
TRADITIONAL JUDAISM
• DYNAMIC YOUTH PROGRAMS FOR AGES 4-16
• EXCITING CULTURAL AND SOCIAL PROGRAMS

CANTOR

PRESIDENT

RABBI

• Pri d e, in our hQ,rifage

•D v ot i on to our lorah

• GomrnittrncntioourRople

Hyman J. Adler

Philip Bolton

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NEWS

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FOR COUPLES UNDER 35.

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CANTOR SEYMOUR GREENSTEIN
CANTOR ZVI GITELMAN

Rosh Hashanah: September 26, 21, 28, 1984
Yom Kippur: October 5, 6, 1984

1984

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To be held at the
Glenn Schoenhals School

16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.

Donation $25.00 per person

The High Holidays will soon be here. Please make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

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Israelis, Arabs
look beyond
stereotypes

Hadera (JTA) — Israeli
Jews and Arabs are work-
ing together to help the
country's youth see beyond

the negative stereotypes
which inhibit contact and
understanding between its
Arab and Jewish citizens.
Here, on the campus of
the Givat Haviva Center for
Advanced Studies, sur-
rounded by kibbutzim and
Arab villages, young,
trained adult guides lead
mixed groups of Arab and
Jewish teenagers along the
path to discovery about each
other.
Givat Haviva workshops
for Jewish and Arab youth
began in October 1983, ac-
cording to Froike Oren, who
leads the workshop pro-
gram.
In less than a year, Oren,
who has a degree in Middle
Eastern history, said the
workshops have brought to-
gether, in groups of 20, more
than 500 young Israeli Jews
and Arabs for four-day
periods during which they
share a classroom, dining
room, dormitories and rec-
reational facilities.
The site for the work-
shops is the Givat Haviva
Educational Center, located
in the Sharon valley about
ten miles from the Mediter-
ranean, midway between
Haifa and Tel Aviv.
It is situated in Israel's
"triangle," an area with a
heavy concentration of Is-
rael's 700,000 Arabs — and
close to the West Bank
where some 800,000 Arabs
live.
The center was founded
by Hashomer Hatzair, the
71-year-old Socialist Zionist
movement, and its Kibbutz
Artzi Federation, which re-
presents 83 of Israel's 230
kibbutzim.

Israeli lights
used on Andrea
Doria expedition

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Soggi e r
dollar bills and Italian cur-
rency recovered from the
25-year-old wreck of the Itla-
lian luxury liner Andrea
Doria off the U.S. coast litst
week were found with the
help of special lights made
in Jerusalem.
According to expedition
leader Peter Gimbel, 15,
high-intensity, specially-
built, underwater lights
made by Birns Oceonog-
raphics (Israel) Ltd. at their
factory in Jerusalem's
Givat Shaul quarter, were
used during the salvage op-
eration.
Similar Birns under-
water lights have been used
in many major film prod-
uctions, including Raise the

Titanic, An Officer and a
Gentlemen and several

James Bond movies. The
*Birns parent cotritiatirisk
Los Angeles.

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