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September 15, 1989 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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Unprecedented are the conse-
quences of war and war
crimes which the whole
Polish nation have had to
bear?'
But, added von Weizsacker,
"we Germans too have deep
scars from the war. We saw in-
justice and suffering recoil on
our own people in whose
- name those crimes had been
committed . . . "
In Time magazine, Edda •
Mussolini Ciani, the 78-year-
old daughter of Benito
Mussolini, made a curious
rerevisionist observation
about Hitler. The Furher, said
Ciani, "was very polite and
had a soft spot for me. I main-
tain it was not the Fuhrer
who wanted things to happen
the way they did."

Rating 'Days
Of Rage'

`Days of Rage', the pro-
Palestinian film aired last
week by the Public Broad-
casting System, drew more
controversy than audience.
The first two hours of the
two-and-a-half hour show,
"Intifada: The Palestinians
and Israel," that included
`Days of Rage', earned only a
2.6 Nielson rating. This, the
equivalent of five percent of
the potential television au-
dience, compared to a 2.5
rating that PBS usually
receives in prime time.
Viewership of "Intifada"
declined after the first two
hours. The full show ran from
9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
In the wake of the broadcast
of Days of Rage, PBS an-
nounced that its director of
news programming and
public affairs programming,
Gail Christian, had resigned
two weeks ago. She will leave
PBS at the end of this month
to'return to independent pro-
ducing.
Ms. Christian had acquired
Days of Rage for PBS and was
responsible for investigating
its financing. An article in the
New Republic asserted that
the film had been partly
financed by Arab interests.
Ms. Christian told the New
York Times, "I did not resign
because of 'Days of Rage. But
I am a little concerned about
accusations that PBS was not
vigorous enough in looking
into the funding and should
not have put it on the air.
"You burn out because this
is a no-win situation," she
said. "You get silence when
things go well and outrage
when there are questions."

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Sponsored by the
Agency for Jewish Education
And J. E. F. F.
(Jewish Experiences for Families)

RAISING PARENTAL SELF ESTEEM

This seminar is designed for all parents who want to
help themselves in the difficult task of childrearing.

Panelists: Dr. Ralph Cash, Pediatrician, Associate Professor,
Wayne State University; Attending Physician,
Children's Hospital, Sinai Hospital and
Hutzel Hospital
Rabbi Daniel Polish, Senior Rabbi, Temple Beth El

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Deanne Ginns-Gruenberg, Family Life Educator

Sunday, September 17, 9:00 A.M. 12:15 P.M.

Congregation Beth Achim

NO CHARGE

OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY

BUILDING YOUR YOUTH'S SELF•ESTEEM

This four-part program is designed to help
parents become more aware of the issues
that their youth are confronting.
Co-sponsored by Common Ground.

Facilitator,
Deanne Ginns-Gruenberg
Fomily Life Educator

Sundays 9:30-11:00 A.M.

October 29, November 5, 12, 19

United Hebrew Schools

Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Building

Open to
the community

$15 for the
entire series

FAMILY LIVING ROOM

The Family Living Room is designed for parents
and teens who want to explore contemporary
issues from a Jewish perspective. Through the use
of video tapes, trigger films and T.V. programs,
family members will be challenged to discuss the
moral issues presented.
Co-sponsored by NCSY, (National Conference of
Synagogue Youth and - J.E.F.F., (Jewish Ex-
periences for Families)

Sundays, beginning September. 24
11:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.
United Hebrew Schools
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Building

Open to all
Parents and Teens

Registration available
through the
Community Jewish High School

MODERN MIDRASH
A PSYCHOLOGICAL LOOK AT THE BIBLE

This course will review the psychological
stages that individuals experience during
their lives.
Instructor: Rabbi Bruce D. Aft,

Director, Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies;
Principal, Community Jewish High School

Sundays January 7, 14, 21, 28,
February 4, 11
9:30 - 11:00 A.M.
United Hebrew Schools
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Building

Open to
the Public

$15 for the
entire series

SUNDOWNERS

This program is open to parents with pre-school age
children and their-siblings. Parents and children have the
opportunity to take advantage of activities that include
arts and crafts projects, music, storytelling, cooking and
gym activities.
Instructor: Carol Gale, Director,
United Hebrew Schools Nursery School

Sundowners I
Wednesdays, November 29, December 6, 13, 20
Sundowners
Wednesdays, January 24, 31, February 7, 14
6:30 - 8:00 P.M.

(Dinner is optional and is served at 6:00 P.M.)

LaMed Auditorium
United Hebrew Schools
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Building

$5 per session per family
or $15 for the series

Dinner: $3.00 — adults
$1.50 — children

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PHONE 352-7117 or 354-1050

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