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March 24, 1989 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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B'nai B'rith Young Organization
Metropolitan Detroit
B'nai Israel Congregation of West Jewish Community Council of
Bloomfield
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Brotherhood-Jacobson B'nai B'rith Jewish Family Service
Men's Lodge
Jewish National Fund
Congregation Beth Achim
Jewish Parents' Institute
Congregation Beth Abraham-Hillel Jewish Resettlement Service
Moses
Jewish Vocational Service
Congregation Beth Shalom
Metropolitan Detroit Federation of
Congregation B'nai Israel
Reform Synagogues
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Michigan Conference of Rabbis
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Hadassah-Detroit Chapter
(M.A.D.D.)
Hillel Day School
National Council of Jewish Women

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Metropolitan Detroit
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Hazel Park High School of-
ficials are disputing claims of
discrimination by a 22-year-
old self-proclaimed "racist,
skinhead, white-power sup-
porter," the Royal Oak Daily
Tribune reported this week.
The man, known only as
"Otto," says he was not allow-
ed to speak about racism at
the school because of his ap-
pearance. Otto has a shaved
head.
School officials contend Ot-
to was allowed to speak, but
that his friend, who also
wanted to address the class,
was not. The friend claims to
be a member of the Ku Klux
Klan and was in an earlier
confrontation at Hazel Park
High, school officials said.

Something
To Bank On

Tel Aviv — Bank Hapoalim,
Israel's largest bank, recent-
ly introduced a financing
game to teach practical
economics to Israeli high
school students.
In the competition, teams of
three to five students were
credited with a $5,500 ac-
count and given guidance on
how to invest the funds.
Participants may use the
automatic, self-service
machines at bank branches to
receive up-to-date informa-
tion on the team's perfor-
mance. The team that has
achieved the most valuable
portfolio after an 18-week
period will be named winner.

Swastikas Mar
Computer Fair

Bonn (JTA) — Swastikas
and anti-Jewish slogans were
daubed in the restrooms of
two halls at the Cebit com-
puter fair, which closed last
week in Hanover.
The fair's management
apologized to the Israeli par-
ticipants, who have been the
target of other anti-Semitic
displays. Swastikas were
found in several restrooms
near Israeli stands, including
toilet facilities near a recep-
tion that took place with
heavy Israeli participation.
An Israeli participant at
the fair said this was the first
time such an incident had
occurred.
A total of 23 Israeli com-
panies participated, and most
of them reported success in
making contacts and pro-
moting business oppor-
tunities. Most Israelis came
here to show sophisticated
software products.

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