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September 29, 1978 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Iry and Arlene Cohen
Randy, Howard & Pamela
extend to all their family and friends
our sincere wishes for a very happy
and healthy New Year

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Frank
wish their children, grandchildren,
relatives and friends a happy,
healthy and prosperous New Year

Wishing all our family and friends a
healthy and happy New Year
Ann & Phil
Ricky - Sheri - Basya - Michael
Howard - Gary Dembs

Phil and Rose Freedman Orlando, Fla.

extend cordial good wishes for a
happy New Year to all their relatives
and friends in Detroit

Mr. and Mrs. Miklos Foltyn
and Audrey

wish all their family and friends
a happy and healthy New Year

Seymour, Sylvia, Lynn,
Jim and Mike.Furman
wish all their family and friends a
healthy and happy New Year

Best wishes for a.. New Year of health and
happiness to our relatives and friends from
Sara, Joe and Bennett Grossman
25660 Catalina, Southfield, Mi. 48075

To all our dear family and friends we wish every
joy and blessing of a happy and wonderful New
Year and to have peace in Israel and all coun-
tries. Shalom, The Isaacs, Lou and Ethel

Shcharansky's Prayer
'A Beacon for Inspiration'

By ROBERT E. SEGAL
(A Seven Arts Feature)

Press and pulpit, seeking
to underscore the meaning
and value of the Days of
Remembrance, Judgment
and Atonement here before
us, have a new beacon for
inspiration and guidance
this year. As Rosh Hashana
and Yom Kippur approach,
they are impelled to turn
again to the memorable
words uttered by Anatoly B.
Shcharansky, standing in
the dock at Moscow:
"For more than 2,000
years, the Jewish people,
my people, have been dis-
persed. But wherever they
are, wherever Jews are
found every year they have
repeated, 'Next year in
Jerusalem.' Now when I am
further than ever from my
people, from Avital, facing
many arduous years of im-
prisonment, I say, turning
to my people, my Avital:
`Next year in Jerusalem.' "
Having spoken thus with
insuperable courage and
dignity in the courtroom
hostile to justice,
Shcharansky looked di-
rectly to his persecutors and
concluded: "Now I turn to
you, the court, who were re-
quired to confirm a pre-
determined sentence: to you
I have nothing to say."

In these days of awe,
we all seek reconciliation
with God and with our
fellow men. Shcharansky
has been denied access to
reconciliation with those
who found him guilty be-
fore he entered the Rus-
sian courtroom. But
among those who stood

Mel & Inez Kepes

Southfield

Rita Ager, 1st vice - pies.

wish all their friends and family
a very happy and healthy New Year

Best wishes to all our family and
friends for a happy, healthy New Year

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bregman

A Happy and Prosperous New Year
to all our friends and relatives
from the
Cottler, Kotlyar and Cohen Families

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TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS,
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY,
TO ISRAEL AND THE ISRAELIS AND TO
THE DEDICATED SUPPORTERS OF THE CAUSE
OF JUSTICE FOR JEWRY AND MANKIND.

14511 Ludlow, Oak Park

.

Sam and Ida Bienstock

HEARTIEST GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR, 5739,

MR. and MRS. LOUIS KEPES

Nate Wolok, pres .
Helen Greenberg, 2nd vice-pres

To all our friends
a healthy and happy New Year
Zee & Ray Bernstein
and Family

J~t uppineJ3 to you affi

MR. & MRS. DAVID IWREY

Wish AH Their Members owl Friends
A floppy, Heolthy owl Prosperous Neu. Yew.

From the time of Cyrus to
these troubled days of Rus-
sian Jewish refuseniks,
many cries for mercy have
been raised during the holy
days of penitence into which
we ourselves now enter.
Many among us will have in
mind and in heart the peti-
tion of Shcharansky when
we seek reconciliation with
God and with our fellow
humans this year.

The Benesons
wish their friends and relatives
a happy, healthy New Year
Aubrey, Laura, Carol & David

bring eace, ,Weah4 and

May The New Year Bring
Health, Happiness and
Peace To All Our Friends
Relatives and the World

THE RADOMER AID SOCIETY

The prison camps to
which Shcharansky and
Alexandr Ginzburg and
other valiant Russian dissi-
dents are now confined con-
stitute, in a sense, a new
Babylon. Our prayers in
this holy season will be for
the prisoners in that Baby-
lon — far from the yearned-
for Jerusalem, yet provid-
ing mental sanctuary in
which there will be reflec-
tion on the course of honor
pursued by exiles wanting
only to breathe the free air
of the Israel, the Jerusalem,
so cruelly denied them.

OLGA and ERNIE ADLER

M ay 1413 nec.- ear

Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy, Healthy, Prosperous
NEW YEAR

wish all their friends and
relatives a year filled
with health, happiness
and prosperity

To all our friends a very healthy
and happy New Year

in false judgment, there
must be one or more who
would grant that the man
with whom they dealt so
unfairly did find recon-
ciliation with his maker.
Such renewal, such re-
freshment for a troubled
soul is of greater signifi-
cance than all that took
place in a rigged court;
the nobility of that reu-
nion illuminated the dar-
kened recesses of an evil
courtroom, dramatizing
the sharp contrast be-
tween right and wrong,
bravery and cowardice,
caring and contempt.

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Friday, Se tember 29, 1978

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Walk about Zion,
and go round about her;
tell the towers thereof
(Psalms 48, 12)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Stollman
Mr. Philip Stollman
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stollman
and their families

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