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April 06, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 6, 1984

31

Of Rebirth . . . and

At this season of rebirth of our people as
a nation, we are mindful of the relationship
between the ancient festival of Passover
and the contemporary challenges that
concern us as Jews.
This period of renewal is replete with the
symbolism and history of a people unique
among the nations: the Exodus from Egypt,
the uprising of a valiant remnant in the
Ghetto of Warsaw, the creation of a
modern nation in only 36 years.
It is a time for reawakening — to a new
appreciation of the values we hold dear, as
individuals, as families, as a community.
And it is a time of renewal — of our commit-
ment to Jewish Peoplehood, to our brothers
and sisters in Israel, to those suffering from
oppression and those in want .. .
in Detroit, where the aged, the impover-
ished and the infirm cry out for our help,
not always aloud, often in silence and isola-
tion. in the Soviet Union, where once again
the gates have swung shut on our people
yearning for freedom to live as )ews. in
Romania and Syria, in Ethiopia and
Morocco. Wherever a )ewish heart beats.
Our ) ewish community of Detroit has a
long-cherished commitment to renewal — a
social contract that is honored through our
participation in the Allied Jewish Campaign.
And each of us is a partner to that contract.
Therefore, we, the congregational rabbis of
metropolitan Detroit, call upon our members
and upon every Jew to make his or her best
contribution to the 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign. in this expression of caring, we
share in the renewal of the Jewish People.

RABBI MILTON ARM
Congregation Ft-• -• Achim

RABBI LEE S. PASKIND
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

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RA. C M BERr fEIN
Bais Chabad of Farmington Hills

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RABBI SAMUEL PRERO
Young Israel of Greenfield

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RABBI PHILIP BLACHORSKY
congregation B'nai Israel

RABBI NORMAN T. ROMAN
Temple Beth El

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RABBI.31- 1. CONRAD
Temple Kol And

•RABBI- STANLEY M. ROSENBAUM
Congregation B'naI Moshe

RABBI REUVEN DRUCKER
Young Israel of Greenfield

RABBI CHARLES ROSENZVEIG
Shaarit Haplaytah

RABBI NOAH M. GAMZE
Downtown Synagogue

RABBI A. IRVING SCHNIPPE
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses

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RABBI ELIMELECH GOLDBERG
Young Israel of Southfield

RABBI DANNEL I. SCHWARTZ
Temple Beth El

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RABBI MEILECH SILBERBERG
Bais Chabad of West Bloomfield

? RABBI JAMES I. GORDON
Young Israel of Oak Woods

RABBI EFRY G. SPECVLE
Adat Shalom Synagogue

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RABBI MARTIN D. GORDON
Livonia Jewish Congregation

RABBI YOEL SPERKA
1Thai Israel-Beth Yehudah

RABBI BETZALEL GOTTLIEB
Congregation Mishkan Israel

RABBI LANE STEINGER
Temple Emanu-El

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RABBI IRWIN GRONER
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

RABBI M. ROBERT SYME
Temple Israel

RABBI CHASKEL GRUBN ER
Congregation Dovid Ben Nuchim

RABBI RICHARD A. WEISS
emple Beth Jacob

RABBI JOSEPH GUTMANN
Congregation Sole! (Brighton)

RABBI SHERWIN T. WINE
The Birmingham Temple



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RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
Beth Tefllo Emanuel Tikvah

RABBI MORTON F. YOLKUT
'egation B'nai David

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RABBI HAROLD LOSS
Temple Israel

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Shomrey Emunah

RABBI DAVID A. NELSON
Congregation Beth Shalom



)01N 1N OUR COMMUNITY'S CELEBRATION OF RENEWAL

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN CLOSING

APRIL 12, 1984 — 8 P.M.
Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills

For reservations: )ewish Welfare Federation, 965-3939

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