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July 22, 1988 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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day school and a community
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with synagogues;
Provide educational oppor-
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counselors and youth
directors;
Encourage careers in
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education.

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This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an
offer to buy securities. The offer is made only by the
prospectus which may be obtained in any state wherein
the underwriter may lawfully offer the securities.

FIRMLY ROOTED IN ISRAEL,
BRANCHING OUT IN NEW DIRECTIONS

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Israel
Establish a clearinghouse
to promote Israel living ex-
periences for all ages;
Create junior high and high
school programs in Israel for
Detroit youth;
Create an incentive savings
plan for Israel travel, to be
matched with community
subsidies;
Develop Israel curricula in
the schools and in-service
training for teachers both
here and in Israel;
Promote family travel to
Israel.

Family Life
All communal institutions
should promote quality fami-
ly progams across institu-
tional lines;
Outreach efforts should ad-
dress single-parent families;
Surveys should be con-
ducted of intermarried
couples and of couples where
one partner has converted to
Judaism, pointing toward an
expansion of services at con-
gregations and institutions;
Programs for families with
working parents should be ex-
panded, including day care,
pre-school, after school and
home-based. Programs should
include Sabbath and holiday
celebrations, and be based on
sliding-scale fees.

David Page:
Taking us into the 1990s.

Teens
More action is needed in the
areas of teen recruitment,
leadership development, per-
sonnel training, program
enrichment and inter-
organizational cooperation;
Youth group advisers could
be drawn from the day
schools, synagogues and
Federation Young Adult
Division;
Increased teen volunteer
opportunities should be pro-
vided through the Allied
Jewish Campaign and leader-
ship development progams;
The Jewish Community
Center should be the coor-
dinator of teen activities. A
city-wide council of teen
groups should be formed and
the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization should be
located at the JCC to en-
courage program
coordination;
Educational programs on
substance abuse, AIDS,
pregnancy and suicide should
be developed jointly by the
JCC, Jewish Family Service
and youth organizations;
University of Michigan
Hillel should mount an

Palestinian Plank

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form Tuesday that reaffirms
the commitment to "the
special relationship with
Israel," but does not mention
the Palestinians. It also calls
for continued dialogue along
the lines of the Camp David
Accords.
Allowing the 20 minute
convention discussion on the
Palestinians was part of the
agreement reached by
representatives of
Massachusetts Gov. Michael
Dukakis and Jackson in an
effort to unite the party for
the upcoming campaign
against Vice President
George Bush, who is slated to
be nominated by the
Republicans in New Orleans

next month.
The agreement also allowed
for debate on two other
Jackson proposals — a tax in-
crease on the rich and cor-
porations and a policy of "no
first use" of nuclear weapons,
both of which were voted
down by the Dukakis majori-
ty at the convention. Several
other Jackson proposals were
incorporated in the platform.
In the debate, James Zogby,
executive director of the
Washington-based Arab
American Institute and a
senior adviser to Jackson,
maintained that the Jackson
forces agreed to withdraw
their Mideast plank because
"we won a victory today."

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