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July 26, 1985 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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Friday, July 26, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BUDGET
28901 Evergreen

Southfield

In Country Village Center

Mon.-Thurs. 10-9
Fri & Sat. 11-10, Sun. 4-9

354-6575 •
VIDEO MEMBERSHIP RATE

bruce m. weiss

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Mon.-Sat 10-5 50
Thurs 10-8 30

$14.95 yr. Renewable at $10.00

CLOSE-UP

Ethiopian Jews

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I 'onlintied from

353-1424

Tues. & Wed.
TDK Blanks
2 movies for $2.75
$4.99 after rebate
$1.75/night $1.00 each additional nighi
Machine rentals as low as $5 per night

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Values to $40

Nunn Bush
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Gorgio Brutini
Bill Blass
Sweats
and many others!

Values to $65

Zodiac
NOW
Rossini
Bally
Pierre Cardin $
and many others!

Values to $95

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$99

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$199

evitably come under intense
scrutiny now that they have
settled in Israel,
The kessim, who held
religious communities to ,
gether in the Ethiopian vii'
loges, have now lost much of
their influence,
"The havilm," Amit ex-
plained, "lost much of their
stature with their people,
especially in the refugee
camps in Africa waiting for
rescue,"
Amit said that the attitude
of the kesslm had thuefar been
very positive, generally sup-
portivo of the rabbineW, end
without any visible resent,
meat of their diminished
status,
"They try to explain to their
people how Ethiopian Jewry
had been cut oft from the
mainstream for 2,990 yooro,"
he said, At the same time, he
emphoeiml that the hoesim
had not been invited to the
schools to convince or coerce
young people into taktbmit4d.Ing
immersion, gather they
were trying to explain the
issues so that the young poo ,
in could roach their own in,
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But all group§ lose something
of what they bring to Israel,
What's important is for us to
accept them as they are, and
then they will choose accord.
their " own free will what
ing to
they lums, he concluded,
Hut ilivkah, the school
psychologist, was not fully
sati sfied with his answer,
"You have to distinguish
between folkways and cute
turo," she said, "Music, art,
dancing — these are not dif-
ficult, Culture involves much
more; attitudes, aspirations,
traditions,
"Ethiopian culture is very
rich,%et very different from
ours, she continued, "even
among the young, We need to
learn to understand the un'
spoken messages of Ethiopian
Mature, and to help them
understand ours,"
'Owlish told an anecdote
which she felt precisely iY
lustratad her point, A young
Ethiopian boy, asked by his
towbar whether he under-
stood a lesson slie had just
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