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August 25, 1989 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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Beauty
Special

by the strange language and
culture.
My sister is finding the
transition easier. Now 12, she
will have her friends and be
Americanized" by the time
she is my age.
Looking at my 11-year-old
and 5-year-old cousins' com-
mand of the language and
dress, it is hard to believe
they have only been here
since January. I realize age
makes a difference.

Speaking of clothes, you
would laugh at what I wear.
" I would have never put them
on before. They reflect the dif-
ferent culture. Here, people
are more relaxed in general;
therefore, their clothes are
more informal.
I remember worrying about
the government policy, which
sets a limit on the percentage
of Jews who can go to college
in the Soviet Union. Even if
I would be fortunate to get in,
I knew there would then be
restrictions on the jobs
available to me.
Now I worry how I will
choose from all the oppor-
tunities opened to me. Here I
feel that each person can
shape their own destiny. My
own capabilities will deter-
mine my success.
I still have so much to tell
you, but it is hard to put my
feelings into words.
Please write back. I miss
you.
Sincerely,

"

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Correction

In an article on Page 1 of
the Aug. 18 issue of The
Jewish News, it was inac-
curately reported that the
Jewish Home For Aged's
operating deficit is $1.4
million. According to Home
officials, the deficit is
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