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September 13, 1985 - Image 144

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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146 Friday, September 13, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

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Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year

to all

Cantor & Mrs.
Hyman J. Adler

Otto, Erika & Chuck Herczeg

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

Esther &. Bendet Lewkowicz & Family

my friends

and relatives

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year

Mrs. Rose Birnbaum

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Worona &
Daughter Linda

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We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

Wishing all my family and
friends a year of
healthy and happiness

The Leftons,
Neil, Cathi, Jason & Annie

Meyer Levin

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

Henry & Dora Upfall



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We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy -and prosperous
New Year

David & Judy Zimmerman, Steven & Amy



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Wishing all our family and
friends a year of
health and happiness

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The Schwartz Family

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May the New Year Bring

May the New Year Bring

To All Our Friends

To All Our Friends

and Family Health,

and Family

Joy, Prosperity

Joy, Prosperity

and Everything

and Everything

Good in Life

Good in Life

Richter Construction Company
& Stonewood Corporation



Health,

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Garry & Eby Kappy

Bosley

Continued from preceding page

usually get the opportunity to
do a role they had done years
ago."
The political figure he conveys
on stage is far from alien to Bos-
ley. Bosley at one time consid-
ered being a lawyer, taking
pre-law at De Paul University
before dropping out. After all,
he says wryley, "there is a tre-
mendous correlation between a
lawyer and an actor."
Bosley is outspoken when it
comes to politics. "One of the
greatest mistakes in the last 30
years is the killing off of big-city
machines. Sure, there were
crooks, but the cities ran better.
Since (Chicago Mayor Richard)
Daily died, the city has been
crumbling."
Though Bosley is willing to
talk about politics, he is not in-
terested in tossing his hat in the
arena. "My desire in life is to be
less complicated than Ed
Asner's life," he says about ac-
tivist Asner. "I have never
entertained any kind of political
aspirations. I'm the type who
can sit back and tell what's
wrong with the country and not
do anything about it."

NEWS

Harp Contest
Held In Israel

Jerusalem — Naoko Yoshino
was the first prize winner in Is-
rael's Ninth International Harp
Competition, the only such harp
contest in the world. Recitals
during the week-long competi-
tion were held in Jerusalem and
Tel Aviv.
She was the youngest of 33
polished participants who came
from Canada, Romania, Ven-
ezuela, the United States, Au-
stria, Switzerland, Italy, Brazil,
Japan, France, Korea, Yugos-
lavia, Wales, England and Chile
in order to demonstrate their
unique art.
The International Harp
Competition was founded in
1959 by the late Aharon Zvi
Propes. The contest was in-
tended to encourage the ad-
vancement of the harp as a solo
instrument, to induce composers
to produce more pieces for the
harp, raise the standard of harp
playing and, finally, to bring
players of the harp into promi-
nence.

World Zionist Press Service

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THEATER

Rehab Program

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New York — The Israeli
women's organization Naamat
has begun a program to re-
habilitate female prisoners in
the Jewish state. The group is
currently conducting courses to
train selected volunteers • and
professionals who will provide
guidance, counseling and social
services for the inmates prior to
their release.

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