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March 16, 1990 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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I OPINION I

Farrakhan

Continued from Page 7



S
SELL•A-BRATION



'

OVER 500
CARS &
TRUCKS

NEW '90 GEO METRO XFI

2-DR. N.D.

ts
P145/80R 12 ALS
/radia l ti res, fron t and rear
manual
L
Lgine,
3 en
5 -sanl
sport mirrors, 1.0 S-BTB!
trans. Stk. #4238

58 Mlles le the galloN. Number one
mileage vehicle tor 2 years MAIN,.
THIS WEEK ONLY
1 st Time buyer

TO

CHOOSE FROM

*

23 At Similar $5395
Savings!
$5995*

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eo Dealer /

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MEDIUM DUTY
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10 FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1990

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Campaign Close Up:
Child Care At JCC

SUSAN SALTER

Special to The Jewish News

4-DR. SEDAN

news and entertainment
media and the "disporpor-
tionate influence of Jews —
for good or ill — on what we
see on television or in the
movies."
He referred to Farrakhan's
statements that Judaism is a
"dirty religion" and that
Hitler was "wickedly great"
as "gratuitous," references
which will be "interpreted as
anti-Semitism."
These kinds of articles as
well as the silence make it
quite clear that Farrakhan
has been accepted by the
black mainstream. ❑

I LOCAL NEWS I

SPORT CPE.

*
$6825* $6225* $8825* $8225

2-DR. COUPE

Bigotry breeds on the silence
of good people and one day
the black community will
regret its ambivalence.
The Michigan Chronicle
editorial was followed by a
column in the Detroit News by
the black nationally syn-
dicated writer, William
Raspberry, an article which
was equally disconcerting.
Chronicle,
Like the
Raspberry walked a political
tightrope, avoiding any
outright criticism of Far-
rakhan. What's more, he
repeated the stereotypes of
Jews — that they "wield
tremendous influence" in the

Editor's note: In today's
society — where both mother
and father are in the work
force — there is a tremendous
need for quality child care.
The Jewish Community
Center, which receives funds
from the Jewish Welfare
Federation's Allied Jewish
Campaign, provides a child
development center for area
children. The following story,
the last in a series, shows how
contributions to the Campaign
help the community.

L

aura Gould, an attor-
ney from West Bloom-
field knew that her
children,
David
and
Stephanie, loved attending
the Jewish Community
Center's Child Development
Center. She knew they were
involved in the program's
many classes and special
events.
But even Gould was surpris-
ed when Stephanie, age 3V2
came home one day and in-
sisted on reciting the Shabbat
prayers. "She did them
perfectly," Gould said.
That's because the Child
Development Center, based in
the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield, pays as much at-
tention to Jewish heritage as
it does to learning and social
skills. That the day-care
facility also provides loads of
fun for the children is a given.
Supported by funds provid-
ed by the Jewish Welfare
Federation, the Child
Development Program's three
categories — infant/toddler,
nursery and kindergarten —
are specially staffed and
designed to bring out the best
in its young charges. All the

programs run Monday
through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6
p.m.

In the infant/toddler class,
children age 2 months
through 2 1/2 years enjoy a con-
sistency of routine that in-
cludes free play, stories and
songs, and artwork. The
babies are fed, held, and
given naps whenever they
need it, and the staff is always
on hand with diapers. For the
toddlers, lunch and snacks
are provided, all in a kosher
atmosphere.

Once the children graduate
to nursery class, the 2 1/2-- to
5-year-olds thrive on social
play, games to spark their im-
agination, and activities to
fine-tune motor skills. The
kids get swimming lessons at
the JCC pool, and also dive
into cultural matters.

The elder statesmen of the
Child Development Center,
the 5- to 6-year-old
kindergarteners, get math
and reading readiness, swim-
ming and gymnastics, and
such specialties as woodwork-
ing, cooking and science. The
kosher lunches and snacks all
the children receive prepare
them to celebrate their own
Passover seder.

Gould's son David, now 7,
was among the first students
of the Child Development
Center. It's "done so much for
my children when it comes to
social and learning skills,"
she says. It's done something
for Gould, too. "When I had
David, I was a typical new
mother — nervous. When I
saw the notice about day care
at JCC, I spent a day there
and met the director. She and
the whole staff gave me con-
fidence. I have the utmost
trust in them." ❑

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