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May 19, 1989 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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Beat the heat...

to introduce him to
synagogue life when he first
arrived, his main interests
were focused on finding a
place to live, a job, and learn-
ing English. But when he had
settled in a bit, after about a
year, and was ready to explore
the new horizon of
synagogues and Jewish com-
munal life, the organized
Jewish community had lost
interest in him. "Just when I
was getting curious, they had
given up on me," he said.
He recommends concen-
trating on providing the
newcomers with the basic ab-
sorption and resettlement
needs first, and then in-
troducing them to the range
of religious and communal
experiences.
But others say that if we
wait too long, we'll never at-
tract the newcomers to
Jewish life, particularly in

terms of a Jewish education
for the children.
Either way, it is our respon-
sibility to give these Soviet
Jews an opportunity to ex-
plore their Jewishness and to
encourage them to provide
their children with a Jewish
education. In a very real
sense, we are a mirror for the
newcomers. -If they see us
placing real value on Jewish
education, synagogue par-
ticipation and organizational
life, they may follow our lead
and do the same. But if they
see us paying lip service to
these causes, or simply en-
couraging them for others,
they will realize soon enough
that it is all a sham.
Our future and their future
are inextricably linked; when
we strengthen our own com-
mitment to Jewish life, we
help the newcomers - and
ourselves. ID

JEWISH CROSSWORD

By STANLEY NEWMAN

Please note: spelling of Yiddish and Hebrew transliterations vary.

ACROSS

1. Shekels
6. Proficient
11. Draftees
(abbr.)
14. Nimble
15. Vaudeville
show
16. Metallic rock
17. Former way
station for
U.S.-bound
Jews
19. Actor Chaney
20. Look at
21. Israeli agora,
for one
22. Failed to
perform
24. Psalm ending
26. Yiddish
exclamation
27. Schmoozed
30. Logic
32. Jewish film-
maker Woody
33. Shabbes no-no
34. Big bankroll
37. With "The,"
sight seen
from 17
Across
41. Prefix for
goblin
42. 17 Adar, e.g.
43. Singer Frankie
44. Hat edges
46. "My son, the

47. Say " Sha-
lom!" to
49. Walesa of
Poland
50. Highlights at
Grossinger's
51. Lotion
ingredient
53. Which person
56. Poetic sphere
57. What 17
Across was
used for

61. 2001 in Roman
numerals
62. Silly fowl
63. Eat a sample
of
64. 123-45-6789,
for example
(abbr.)
65. Homes in
trees
66. Something, in
Yiddish

DOWN

1. Actress West
et al.
2. Stare at
3. Egyptian river
4. Bible high
priest
5. Thumbs-up
vote
6. Crime of
ignition
7. Pastrami
palace
8. Author Hunter
9. Play on words
10. Kollek el al.

11. Important
name in Israeli
history
12. Literary device
13. Mailed a
salami
18. Chilled some
Manischewitz
23. "
Got a
Secret"
24. Aid In crime
25. Listing at
Ratner's
26. "Dedicated to
the
Love"
27. Deep cut
28. Singing range
29. Spill the
beans
30. Prepares flour
31. Author
Stanley
Gardner
33. Beer head
34. Judicial order
35.
cost
(free)
36. Color changer

38. Do newspaper
work
39. Coalition
40. Apiece
44. Jewish author
Kaufman
45. What Ben-
Gurion did in
'63
46. Bambi, for one
47. Bacteria
48. Former Israeli
prime minister
49. Theater levels
50. Chicken-soup
makers
51. Old Testament
book
52. Roster
53. Thin streak
54. Table d'._____
55. Change for a
five
58. Jewish
baseballer
Berg
59. Had some
brisket
60. Faucet

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ANSWERS ON PAGE 17 Copyright © 1989 Stanley Newman

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