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September 20, 1985 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-20

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Friday, September 20, 1955 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LETTERS

ORCHARD LAKE RD.
S. OF 14 MILE RD.

855-0033

GAYNORS 1

772-4350

FIRST

Always a special way to say Thank You, Happy
Birthday, Congratulations, or So Sorry with a
tray or basket from

ORCHARD PLACE

RODNICK BROS.

Nibbles & Nuts

Wish someone you love L'Shanah Tovah
Tikatevu with a delicious tray or basket

NOW OPEN SUN.

Nation-Wide
Delivery

This is our second day in
Jerusalem, but I shall never
forget that moment of exhilira-
tion when the wheels of our 747
touched down on Ben-Gurion
Airport and rolled the wheels of
my mind to the phrase, "Not
tourist but toshav" (resident) ...
'Everyone on aliyah on this
flight was definitely identified
with the Orthodox community.
According to the volunteer
working in the lounge, this was
par for the course. It led me to
thinking that much of the agita-
tion we read about versus the
Israeli religious establishment is
really a moot point.
1. The others aren't really
coming; 2. Those who do, do not
necessarily have religio-legal
problems; 3. The few who do
could have them solved on an
individual basis and the unity of
our peoplehood is maintained. A
lot of egos are turning the divi-
siveness of Jewish practice into
media hype ...

THINK

LOW PRICES
EVERYDAY!

For all occasions

Divisiveness:
Media And Egos

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We Wish Everyone a Happy, Healthy New Year I

Delivery Available Nationwide
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Rabbi and Mrs.
James I. Gordon

Jerusalem

The perfection of the Swiss watchmakers

Racial Politics
In Dearborn

As an organization dedicated
to understanding and respect
among all religions and races
we are disappointed by the tenor
of some of the campaign litera-
ture in Dearborn. Innuendos
and attacks on any ethnic group
hurt all of us.
We ask local churches, organ-
izations and mosques to speak
with their members and congre-
,g tions about prejudice and
stereotyping in the current
litical campaign. The use of
terminology such as "The Arab
Problem," "changes in demog-
raphics" and other code words
that signify derogatory attitudes
toward all members of any race
should be avoided.
We urge all candidates to ref-
rain from using ethnicity as a
method of dividing people.
There are many positive as-
pects of a community of diverse
ethnic peoples. The challenge of
leadership is to use these ex-
periences in building a model
community. Let those different
experiences work for Dearborn,
not against it.

art The utmost in classic, understated
styling, the De Vile Collection of fine quartz
watches from Omega.
Illustrated watch, 5295.
Matching ladies' watch
also available.

George Ohrenstem

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Robert Arcand

Greater Detroit Round Table,
National Conference of
Christians and Jews

Change Of Venue
For Sunday Dinner
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mington Hills dinner has been
moved to the Michigan Inn. The
dinner is at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
For reservations, call Chaya
Devorah Bergstein, 626-3194; or
Susie Rosenzveig, 478-3921.

Award Recipient

Elliott Shepard of Southfield
was the 1985 Michigan Pharma-
cists Association recipient of the
A. H. Robins Co. award for
community service.

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would like to wish everyone a
healthy and happy New Year.

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