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December 11, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-11

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For Service After The Sale
Come Buy a Car From My DAD!

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LARRY KAPLAN

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

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(313) 355-1000

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unwarranted and vain expen-
diture. It does not
demonstrate a serious respon-
sibility to the community
that contributes to the Jewish
charities. There is no doubt
about the merit of all the
agencies under the Federa-
tion and their continued sup-
port is imperative. Yet, the
fiscal health of the agencies
depends upon the Federation
exercising judicial distribu-
tion of the funds, so that
needs are safeguarded and ex-
travagances denied.

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at 1-696

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BUY UNTIL YOU SEE THE UNBEATABLE DEALER!

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Why Labor
Rallied Sunday

On Dec. 6, there was a
massive demonstration in
Washington, D.C. in support
of the rights of Jews in the
Soviet Union. Among the
demonstrators were represen-
tatives of the American trade
union movement.
Why did union members
get involved in the problems
of Soviet Jewry? Why are we
concerned with what happens
to people on the other side of
the world?
We are concerned for the
same reasons that all
Americans should be concern-
ed: the pursuit of freedom and
justice. As American labor
knows that an injury to one
worker is an injury to all, we
know that the trampling of
basic human rights in one
part of the world affects the
lives of people in other parts
of the world . . .
Soviet acknowledgment of
the right of Jews in the Soviet
Union to have their human
rights fully respected in both
law and deed is still only a
hope, not yet a reality.
And that is why the
American labor movement
marched on Dec. 6, together
with many others, in support
of the rights of Soviet Jews to
leave the USSR without hin-
drance, and for full cultural
and religious freedom.

Tom Turner, President
Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO

Students Should
Rock The Boat

I would like to respond to
your recent feature "Holiday
Dilemma" in which you
highlighted some of the pro-
blems that are encountered
by Jewish students on univer-
sity campuses. -
You seem to have a pen-
chant for writing about the
least committed of Jewish
youth and portraying this as
the most acceptable way of
life for a Jew in secular socie-
ty. Your article earlier this

year which featured a teen-
aged gymnast too busy with
athletics to continue her
Jewish education past bat
mitzvah was a sterling exam-
ple of this trend .. .
Are we expected to accept
and even applaud those
young adults who choose to
compete, attend class and
write exams on Yom Tov
rather than "rock the boat"?
Where is this generation's
Sandy Koufax, who was pro-
ud to say, "I am a Jew, and I
have a prior commitment on
those days"?
One must take care, lest, go-
ing with the flow, one ends up
flowing right down the drain.
Students should know that
they will earn far more
respect from their professors
if they stand firm by their
principles and their cor-
eligionists. Irreparable harm
is done by Jews who do not in-
sist on alternative arrange-
ments for classes to those of
us who need them .. .
It is vitally important that
our future leadership come
from a pool of young adults
who are well educated both
Jewishly and generally, and
who are proud to assert their
right to the free exercise of
their religion without penal-
ty. Please give us more ar-
ticles like the ones by Rabbis
Pasternak and Schulweiss
who can encourage today's
youth to be more assertive
about their Jewish roots and
sensitive toward the whole
Jewish people.

Karen Davidoff
Ann Arbor

Who Needs
A Minyan?

With regard to the problem
of the Downtown Synagogue
ha\;-ing a minyan (Letters Dec.
4):
As chairperson of the daily
minyan at Temple Israel, we
have our service whether
there are five people or eight
people.
I cannot believe that God
says that our prayers don't
count because ten men are
not present.

Leonard Trunsky
West Bloomfield

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