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September 28, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 28, 1984

Serving B'nai B'rith Members
CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR WITH A LOW COST AUTO LOAN

To All Our Relatives and Friends,

COVENANT CREDIT UNION
Phone 552-8111
25835 Smithfield Road

Our Wish for a Year
Filled with Happiness, Health and Prosperity

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urged direct Washington-Moscow
negotiations for "a comprehensive
resolution" of the Soviet Jewry is-
sue, including emigration, the
prisoners of conscience and a
"clear articulation of the principle
of non-harassment of the unoffi-
cial Jewish study groups."
Meanwhile, the Student Strug-
gle for Soviet Jewry reported that
18 Jews in three Soviet cities sent
an open letter to Konstantin
Chernenko stating that "we, as
many other Jews, are very wor-
ried by the current worsening of
persecutions aimed at frightening
us and curbing the movement for
repatriation to Israel."
The open letter which, accord-
ing to the SSSJ, came after the
arrests of the unofficial Jewish
teachers, stated that this, the
hardening of the prison conditions
for POCs, and the anti-Jewish
drumbeat in the Soviet media
"prove to us that Jewish life in the
USSR, a multi-national country,
is no longer possible."
Meanwhile, members of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit's telegram
bank participated in a nationwide
effort to advise the President and
Democratic Presidential candi-
date Walter Mondale that the in-
tensified Soviet government-
sponsored anti-Semitism and at-
tacks against Jews seeking to be
repatriated to Israel demand at-
tention as a priority agenda item
at any meetings with Soviet offi-
cials.

No holiday leave
for jailed Jewish
terror suspects

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The 20 sus-
pected members of a Jewish ter-
rorist underground on trial for al-
leged attacks against Arabs in the
occupied territories and
Jerusalem over the past four
years will not be allowed to leave
prison for the High holidays, it
was learned here Monday.
Haim Barley (Labor), the
Minister of Police, made a state-
ment to that effect in the Knesset
at the conclusion of the debate on
separating the Police Ministry
from the Interior Ministry. He
also said he did not intend to
change the custom according to
which a defendant does not re-
ceive leave before a trial is con-
cluded.
Barley expressed surprise that
a group of 60 rabbis had signed a
petition to release the under-
ground defendants for the holi-
days, although the prisons are fil-
led with some 7,000 prisoners —
among them many religious and
observant Jews.
The petition was signed by
some of the leading rabbis in the
country, among them the Chief
Rabbis, and former Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef. The
main argument for the release of
the underground defendants was
that Arab detainees in the Ansar
detention camp in south Lebanon
were given leave on Moslem holi-
days.

David Wachler & Sons

May the coming year and
all the years to follow
be filled with health,
happiness and prosperity
for all our friends,
family and relatives.

100 S. Woodward Ave.
Birmingham, Mi.

The Rennaissance Center

World of Shops Thwer 200 Level II

Detroit, MI

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Chief Executive Officer

Chairman of the Board

Julius Ross

Gloria Ross

TOP
NOSH

THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE

HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCITY

(CHESED SHEL EMES)

AMERICA'S PLUMPEST PITTED PRUNES

6640 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, Michigan

Extend their best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New

Year to all their Members, Synagogues, Organizations and

Greater Detroit Jewry.

Hillel L. Abrams
President

Samuel P. Havis
Vice-President

Morris Dorn
Treasurer

Norman Blake
Secretary

Edward Miller
Cemetery Chairman

Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
Executive Director

AMERICA'S FAVORITE FIGS

Trustees
Eric Greenbaum
Milton Oleinick
Morse Shiffman

ATTENTION DADS & THEIR
5 or 6 YEAR OLDS!!!

AMERICA'S RAISIN CHOICE

Joining "Me and My Dad" is your chance to do something
special together. Meet with other Dads at each other's
homes and:

• Play games
• Make projects
• Enhance Jewish
awareness
• Attend an overnight
• Laugh a lot

"Strengthen together
Me and My Dad
mat. Family unity makes me glad."

They're America's favorite noshes. When you nosh
one, you'll know why. Sunsweet' Prunes, Blue Ribbon' Figs
and Sun-Maid' Raisins each hove a fresh, naturally
sweet taste you won't find anywhere else. Add them to
your holiday recipes for more flavor and nutrition.
Or nosh them whenever you have the notion.They're
certified kosher!

Over fifty people participated in "Me and My Dad" last
year. New groups will form in October. If you would like to
be a part of this very special program, call the Jewish
Community Center at 661-1000 and ask for Bruce
Tabashneck or Carolyn Dangoor.

Sun-Dlomond Growers of Cold orn.o 1983

CERTIFIED KOSHER

SPECIAL ORIENTATION AT MAPLE/DRAKE J.C.C.

Thursday, Oct. 4, 1984 at 7:30 P.M. Please R.S.V.P.

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