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November 02, 1962 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 2, 1962

4 Portions of Bible
Tell Commandment to
Wear Phylacteries

Israel Asks UN to Urge

Big 3 to Ban Atom Tests

UNITED NATION S, N.Y.,
(JTA) — Israel requested the
General Assembly here to pass
a unanimous resolution, calling
upon the three big nuclear pow-
ers — the United States, Britain
and the Soviet Union — to adopt
a treaty banning nuclear testing.
The demand was voiced in the
Assembly's political and security
committee by Gideon Rafael,
deputy director-general of Is-
rael's Foreign Ministry. He is
one of the ranking members of
this year's Israeli delegation to
the Assembly.
Pointing out that the long-
drawn nuclear negotiations
among the three powers, at Gen-
eva, have resulted in many areas
of agreement on important
points, Rafael requested that the
positive achievements be given
the Assembly's strongest endorse-
ment.
Beyond such endorsement, he

stressed, the Assembly should
call upon the negotiating powers
to deal with the remaining prob-
lems "with utmost expedition."
"In the view of my delega-
tion," he stated, "one of the
roads which will lead toward con-
ditions in which mankind can
live without fear of nuclear an-
nihilation is the conclusion of a
nuclear test ban treaty with guar-
antees for its faithful observance.
We stand united in our insistent
demand that the nuclear powers
reach that goal by the shortest
road."

16th Ceniury Painter

Moses Dal Castellazzo, a 16th
century Jewish portrait painter
who lived in Mantua, Italy, was
noted for his illustrations of the
Pentateuch. In 1521 he received
from the Council of Venice, the
privilege of printing and selling
his work.

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(Copyright, 1962,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc.)

Contained in the boxes of the
Tefilin (phylacteries) are the
four portions of the Bible which
contain mention of the command-
ment to wear the Tefilin. (Exo-
dus 13: 1-10, Exodus 13: 11-16,
Deuteronomy 6: 4-10, and Deu-
teronomy 11:13-21).
In the phylactery used on the
hand all the four portions are
written on one parchment scroll.
In the phylactery used on the
head, the four portions are writ-
ten on separate scrolls and
lodged in separate compart-
ments.
The phylactery of the arm is
put on before the phylactery of
the head. This is the order men-
tioned in the Scriptures which
commands "Thou shall bind them
for a sign upon Thine arm and
they • shall be for frontlets be-
tween Thine eyes."
The phylacteries are worn only
during prayer in the morning.
Originally the phylacteries were
worn all through the day. Since
the phylacteries are holy objects
they require the body of one
who wears them to be pure and
away from contact with impuri-
ties. While this was possible in
olden times, it is not possible in
current times because of the
various activities engaged in dur-
ing the day which make it im-
possible to watch for only pure
surroundings. Therefore, they
are worn during the morning
prayers only, since at that time
the individual has just arisen,
has purified himself, and cer-
tainly is in pure surroundings
during his morning prayer.

IRA G.

UFMAN

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WE ENDORSE

Congresswoman

MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS

Democrat

17th District

We are proud to endorse CONGRESSWOMAN MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS of the
17th District for re-election. She has been a sympathetic friend and has taken a
firm public position in support of the State of Israel. CONGRESSWOMAN
GRIFFITHS has compiled a distinguished record of public service as a former
Michigan legislator, as a Detroit Recorder's Court Judge, and in her four terms in
Congress. Her work in Congress, her devotion to public duties, have won for her the
acclaim of her constituents and of national leaders.



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Proceedings and Debates of the 87th
Congress, Second Division

5. Louis L. Weiner
6. Gabriel Moscow
7. Louis Rosenzweig

1. Dr. and Mrs. Perry Burnstine
2. William Hordes
3. Julian H. Scott
4. Avern L. Cohn

Thursday, April 20, 1962

MRS. MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS

OF MICHIGAN

MRS. GRIFFITHS. Mr. Speaker, today is

Your Congresswoman from the 17th
Congressional District has an enviable
record for commendable service .

RAB-ISRAEL PEACE

A CALL OR A

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denied. As the leader of the Free World, the
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in the region.

REMARKS OF

1. 1st woman appointed to the Joint
Economic Committee
2. 1st woman elected to the Ways and
Means Committee
3. As a protector of Shehitah in the
humane slaughter law sponsored
by her
4. In defense of racial and religious
equality
5. In behalf of labor
6. For the protection of rights overseas

Israel's 13th birthday. Born in the midst
of turbulence and war this tiny nation
proved to itself and to the world that it
possessed the strength and determina-
tion to win its struggle for existence. Not
only did it survive but it continued to
thrive and prosper so that today it holds

a respected position in the family of
nations. We in the United States have
special reason to rejoice with Israel in
celebrating her birthday. We were the
first nation to recognize her independ-
ence in 1948 and we have continued to
encourage her development and growth.
Our faith and support have been justi-
fied for today Israel stands as an oasis
•of democracy in an area of tumult and
chaos.

Citizens of thte • 17th District can proudly vote for

MARTHA W. .GRIFFITHS

MEMBER OF CONGRESS

VOTE

November 6

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