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September 25, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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'OPINION

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

LARRY, DEBI, JUSTIN & KYLEY KAPLAN
_ AO,

Much Remains

man

Continued from Page 7

THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

1.

Across from Tel-12 Mall

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REBATES
APR UP TO .••
$ 1 000 ** $ UMO 000

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33 AVAILABLE

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$1 4u0
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INVENTORY

NEW '87 MONTE CARLO SS
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T-glass, a. c., Corsica pkg. u2, elec. rr wind. def., 2.0L EFI L4, auto.
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IN : ATABL:

to

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the secular elements in our
population. It should not be
out of the question for mutual
respect and even spiritual
fructification to take the
place of fanaticism and
violence. In this problem, as
in so much else, Israel
becomes the proving ground
for the evolution of Jewish
history.
It is not a cloudless sky that
Israel faces in its fortieth
year, but it confronts its pro-
blems with a sense of having
proved its capacity to carry
out sometimes inconceivably
difficult objectives. Clearly,
peace with our neighbors is
one such great objective, still
far from realization, except
for the heartening instance of
Egypt. Yet even in this field
there is movement now and
there is hope.
There is hope, as well, for
increased Jewish emigration
from the Soviet Union, and,
with increased worldwide
understanding of the
significance of Jewish educa-
tion,- there is hope for a
significant change in .the
spiritual and cultural life of
Diaspora Jewry. The inroads
which have been made into
the ranks of the Jewish peo-
ple by assimilation have
reached very dangerous pro-
portions, and efforts must be
redoubled to strengthen
Jewish education everywhere
and the Jewish identification
of -youth in the schools and on
the campuses. An at-

President Chaim Herzog:
History and future.

mosphere must be created in
which the idea of a youth's
settling in Israel becomes
natural and self-understood.
For Israel presents the
greatest and the most rewar-
ding of challenges to Jewish
youth.
How better can we enter
this fortieth year, 5748, than
by recalling the great words
of Ezekiel, written in Babylo-
nian exile: "Thus says the
Lord God: Behold I will take
the children of Israel from
among the nations . . . and
will gather them on every
side and bring them into their
own land. And I will make
them one nation in the land."
And now on the eve of 5748
I send from Jerusalem to all
of you the blessing of k'tiva
v'hatima tova.

John XXIII

Continued from Page 6 "

the relation of his Church to
the Jewish peple that caused
so much of their suffering? It
is a matter of deep distress
that the Pontiff would tour
the site of a former Nazi
death camp and fail to men-
tion most of its victims were
Jews; that his Eminence
would receive as honored
guests former Nazi officer
Kurt Waldheim and terrorist
leader Yassir Arafat.
The current Pope should
take to heart the unique
prayer offered in 1963 by his
recent predecessor, Pope John
XXIII:
"We are conscious today
that many centuries of blind-
ness have clouded our eyes to
that we can no longer either
see the beauty of Thy chosen
people or recognize in their
faces the features of our
privileged brethren. We
realize that the mark of Cain
stands upon our foreheads.
Across the centuries our
brother Abel has lain in blood

which we caused by forgetting
Thy love. Forgive for the curse
we falsely attached to their
name as Jews. Forgive us for
crucifying Thee a second time
in their flesh. For we know
not what we did."

Hymie Cutler, chairman

Metro Detroit Chapter,
Americans For a Safe Israel

Singles Event
Was A Success

Thank you for printing the
announcement of our Orien-
tal Fantasy dinner-dance at
Temple Israel, in your Aug. 14
Single Life column. Thanks
to your publicity and the ad
we placed in The Jewish
News preceding the party, we
had 150 people attending on
a Thursday evening just
before the Labor Day holiday
. . .
We felt that it was an ex-
cellent attendance. Thanks to
your generous publicity and

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