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September 29, 1989 - Image 150

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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SPORTS

Review

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May the coming year be
one filled with health,
happiness and
prosperity for all our
friends and family.

MSW

Morof, Sheplow, Weinstein & Co.

Certified Public Accountants

May the coming year be
one filled with health,
happiness and
prosperity for all our
friends and family.

JILL & ALAN STONE
King Fence & Supply Company

the pitch victory this year
when Israel's High Court
ordered the Ministry of the
Interior to stop blocking con-
struction of the National Soc-
cer Stadium in Jerusalem's
Manahat neighborhood.
After a decade of wrangling
in which ultra-Orthodox in-
terests attempted to block
what they saw at the
"Hellenization" of the Holy
City, construction of the
stadium finally got underway.
Work ceased almost im-
mediately, however, through
lack of funds.
All in all, then, the sporting
year has been anexciting and
hectic one, with many
achievements and some
disappointments, but not
enough to discourage serious
sport enthusaists. ❑

World Zionist Press Service

-

Tashlich: A
New Beginning

LeMNC CLINIC

of Chiropractic

A HAPPY AND
HEALTHY HOLIDAY
SEASON TO YOU
AND YOURS FROM

• STANLEY B. LEVINE, D.C.
• STEPHEN M. TEPPER, D.C.
and
• ROBERT LEVINE, D.C.

31390 NORTHWESTERN
FARMINGTON HILLS

855-2666

A Very Happy
and Healthy New Year
to All Our Friends
and Family.

Ruth, Marlene & Karen

29107 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield, Michigan

150

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1989

358-4085

I HOLIDAYS

DVORA WAYSMAN

WISHING OUR
CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY
NEW YEAR

To All Our
Relatives
and Friends,
Our wish for a
year filled with
happiness,
health and prosperity.

CROISSANTS.N.MORE
Allen, Marilyn, Molly & Kari Rubin

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.

HERC'S BEEF BUFFET

THE STAFF OF
SYLVIA'S FASHIONS

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

SUNRISE TRAVEL

Special to The Jewish News

S

in is not sinful because
God forbade it, but
God forbade it because
it is sinful," wrote Joseph
Sa'adya, Gaon of Sura,
Babylon in his Emmunot Ve
Deot in 933 C.E. Yet human
beings are fallible creatures
and Jews, like everyone else,
fall prey to sin. We are told
that a contrite heart and true
confession of sin during the
days before Yom Kippur may
bring about a merciful judg-
ment. "The gates of prayer
are sometimes open and
sometimes closed," it is writ-
ten, "but the gates of repen-
tance are ever open."
Our faith gives us many op-
portunities to rid ourselves of
sin, and one very dramatic
ritual carried out on the after-
noon of the first day of Rosh
Hashanah, is known as
"Tashlich" or "casting." It is
customary to walk to a river
or spring, preferably one with
fish in it, and recite special
penitential prayers, the
essence of which is: "You will
cast all their sins into the
depths of the sea, and may
You cast all the sins of Your
people, the house of Israel,
into a place where they shall
be no more remembered or
visited or very come to mind."
(Mic. 7:19)
After reciting the prayers,
the custom is to empty your
pockets, pull them out and
shake them three times,
casting crumbs into the water
as symbolic of casting off sins
and starting the New Year
fresh. Tashlich can be per-
formed even on the second

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