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April 12, 1985 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-12

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Friday, April 12, 1985

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worlds, take pity on your chil-
dren; show them a place where
they can live in peace and
serve you. All peoples have a
land, all mothers a thirst for
serenity: why are ours de-
prived of them? You put us on
earth for a reason; I'd like to
know it. Is it possible that
there is no reason? You who
give life, Lord, is it your wish
to see it scattered in the mist? I
speak to you, Master of the
universe, because I have no
one to speak to. I have a hus-
band, that's true, and we have
children; they would under-
stand me. But I'm afraid to
open my mouth; if I begin to
say what is in my heart I could
not restrain myself. I would
cry, I would cry so loudly that
the deaf themselves would
begin to hear."
She hid her letter in her
prayer book. And when, with
her family, she was led off to a
ghetto far away in the East,
she didn't forget to take it
along. Thus she could person-
ally deliver the • letter to
God.-

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Club Is Nixed
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a coalition of ethnic groups
formed and led by the American
Jewish Committee's Miami Chap-
ter, the Orange Bowl Committee
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Hawaii Gets
`Legacy' Torah

Washington (JTA) — A Torah
that once belonged to a Jewish
community in the Czechoslavak
town of Polna, all of whose mem-
bers were exterminated by the
Nazis, was given last week to a
five-year-old congregation in
Hawaii.
Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii)
described the event to the Senate
which brought the 200-year-old
Torah to Cong. Beth Shalom in
Kena, Hawaii. "In 1940 as the
country fell under the boots of the
Nazis, Polna's Jewish community
was deported to the concentration
camps never to return," Sen. In-
ouye said.
The Torah and other communal
possessions were sent to Prague
where they were part of 15,000
Jewish manuscripts, books and
other objects with which the Nazis
wanted to create a museum of the
extinct race. These items later be-
came part of the Jewish museum
in Prague and some are currently
touring the United States as part
of The Precious Legacy Exhibit.

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