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February 28, 1986 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, February 28, 1986

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WE HA E J T RECEIVED A LARGE SELECTION
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The largest Hebrew Bookshop in the Midwest

Mile and Unser
Harvard Row Mall

$35.00

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The article was entitled "The
New Teenage Playgrounds," in
last week's edition of The Jewish
News. There were many prob:
leans with this article. First, the
cover stated the article was on
page 44. and it was on page 48.
Some people would say this is not
a big deal, but if one did not pur-
sue this matter further, one
would think teenagers today are
very unruly. Second, the title
sounds very immature; the title
alone makes teenagers look very
bad without even reading the ar-

ticle.

Third, the article mentions
teens not paying for 'food, spit-
ting, etc., howevdr, it does not
mention, in great detail, any
teens that are good; teens that

are doing well in school, have
jobs, and always pay for food and
never spit.
In the article, it sounds like
many teens are unruly; but I
would assume it is less than one
percent. The problem is that the
community does not treat' teens
like adults. I am studying at the
University of Michigan in an
adult community where there are
many teens who do not act un-
ruly. If this community treated
teens like adults I think the prob-
lem would vanish.
Nqw, when I go into a business
that read this article, I look very
immature. If one gives teens a
break, we will prove ourselves. In
response to Mr. Bob Matley of
Ram's Horn restaurants, he
would not give me a job. I applied
as a waiter, went back many
times, and I even had experience
as a waiter, but he would not hire
me.
Do not judge people (teens) by
what other people say or write.
One does not know what a young
adult .is unless they will give a
Young adult a chance.

Jeffrey A. Brasch

Goldsteins Still
Need Our Help

We would like to express our

appreciation to The Jewish News
for the constant and continual
news about Jews in the Soviet
Union who need our help. The
latest article on the Goldsteins of
Tbilisi (Feb. 21) and the activities
of AkiVa Day School on their be-
half was especially pertinent.
The Goldsteins have permis-
sion (to leave Russia), and all
those who have helped can feel
very proud. In a conversation
with friends in the West, just a
week and a half ago, the Golds-
teins said that they hope to be in
Israel by Pesach. However, no
one is out until they are out!
Since the KGB reads most of the

Goldsteins' mail, we want to
"HELP" the Soviets keep their
promise to the Goldsteins. Writ-
ing letters of congratulations to
the Goldsteins will help the
Soviets keep their promise of exit

visas for them. , -
Their addressee are. Dr. Isai,
Elizaveta and Avi Goldstein, Ok-
tiabrskaya, 2nd Micrixrayon,
2/124, Tbilisi, Georgian SSR,
USSR. Dr. Grigory and Malka
Goldstein, Oktiabrskaya, 2nd

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