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July 17, 1964 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-17

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Rabbi Is Attacked With Civil Rights Workers in Dixie

SERVICES

SYNAGOGUE

He had comes to Hattiesburg other civil rights workers. Thus
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Rabbi
Arthur Lelyveld of Cleveland and I early last week to work with the far, no arrests have been made.
two other white civil rights work- National Council of Churches as
ers were attacked and beaten by a counselor to young civil rights
two white men as the former were workers and as an aide in the
on their way to a voter registra- drive in Mississippi to help Ne-
groes register for voting.
Riccadeily Cocktail's got it!
tion center.
Reports from Hattiesburg stated
Rabbi Lelyveld, 51, was taken 1 that local police authorities were
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to the hospital with a deep cut still searching for the men who
over the right eye and cuts of attacked the rabbi and the two
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the head and right arm. Two
Negro girls with them were not
bothered.
The two men leaped from a
truck and attacked the rights
Sale or Lease
workers, who were walking along

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CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSODIM: Services 7:30 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Litke will speak on "Lament and Hope."
CONG. BNAI JACOB: Services 7:50 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Isaac will speak on 'The Destruction of the Holy Temple."
TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today and 11 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Syme will speak on "American Jewry: What is a Jew?"
The Bar Mitzvah of Herbert Louis Malinoff will be observed.
BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Dr. Melvin Born-
stein will speak on "Psychology of Anti-Semitism."
BNAI MOSHE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday. The
Bar Mitzvah of Robert Kligman will be observed.
Regular services will be held at the following synagogues: Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Cong. Beth Moses, Beth Abraham Synagogue,
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim, Young Israel of Northwest Detroit,
Cong. Beth Joseph, Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Cong. Bnai
David, Cong. Mishkan Israel Nusach Hari, Beth Aaron Synagogue,
Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac, Cong. Ahavas Achim, Temple
Beth Am of Livonia, Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue and Adas
Shalom Synagogue.

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Rabbi Leon Fram was released
from Harper Hospital on Monday
and is now recuperating in his
apartment in the Belcrest, Frank
Simons, executive secretary of
Temple Israel made known this
week.
Rabbi Fram, who became ill on
May 22, when his sickness was
diagnosed as meningitis, has been
in the hospital since that time. In
the interim he had undergone ear
surgery and it was established that
meningitis was a secondary infec-
tion to the one that developed
from the ear.
Simons said that Rabbi Fram is
expected to return to his pulpit in
time to deliver his sermons on the
Holy Days.

United Synagogue Issues
Revised Selihot Service

A revised edition of the Bokser
Selihot Service has been published
by the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica.
Originally published in 1955
under the authorization of the Rab-
binical Assembly, the service fol-
lows the traditional liturgy and
contains a modern translation by
Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser of the For-
est Hills Jewish Center in New
York. In the revised edition, re-
sponsive readings and explanatory
notes have been added.
The new material has been in-
troduced without affecting the page
order of the earlier edition thus
enabling congregations to use
copies of both editions from the
United Synagogue Book Service,
2852 Broadway, New York, N.Y.,
10025.
The first Selihot will be recited
this year Saturday night, Aug. 29.

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Rabbi Samuel M. Silver of
Temple Sinai, Stamford, Conn., isi
co-editor of "Sermonettes for
Young People," the first anthology
of its kind to be issued under
Jewish auspices.
Containing 70 addresses meant
to edify children and youths, the
book was prepared by Rabbi Sil-
ver and Rabbi Morton M. Appel-
baum of Temple Israel, Akron.
The talks are usable not only by
celrgymen but by educators, judges
and others who are called upon
to speak to young people, the co-
editors have pointed out. The
selections are authorized by 50
Conservative, Orthodox and Re-
form rabbis and by two Christian
clergymen: Episcopal Bishop
James A. Pike and the Rev. John
Bruce Dalton, a United Church of
Christ leader of Ritchfield, Ohio.
Three of the discourses, are the
work of Co-Editor Silver.
Participating rabbis include
Leon Fram and Richard C. Hertz
of Detroit.

Lubavitcher Rebbe's
Talks Being Published

Two new volumes of selected
excerpts from public talks by the
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Mena-
chem M. Schneerson, will be pub-
lished this week, it was announced
by the Lubavitcher Youth Organi-
zation which did most of the selec-
tion work. The publishers are
Kehot Publication Society, the Lu-
bavitcher printing house, the
world's largest publisher of Hasi-
dic literature.

Tisha b'Ab Services

The following synagogues have
announced special Tisha B'Ab
services: Cong. Beth Moses, serv-
ices 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 8:30
a.m. Sunday. Cong. Shaarey Sho-
mayim, 8:50 p.m. Saturday and
8 a.m. Sunday Cong. Bnai Jacob,
9 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. Sun-
day.

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Rabbis Fram, Hertz
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'Sermons for Youth'

Rabbi Leon Fram
Recuperating in
His Apartment

505 N. Michigan Ave.

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RABBI ARTHUR LELYVELD

a railroad track. Dr. Lelyveld, in
front of the group, bore the brunt
of the attack. He was hit several
times on the head with an iron
bar. Rabbi Lelyveld returned to
Cleveland after resting at the home
of a relative at Florence, Ala.
Dr. Lelyveld has been senior
rabbi of Fairmont Temple in
Cleveland, one of the largest in
the country, since 1958. He also
has been prominent in many na-
tional Jewish organizations, in-
cluding World University Service
and the American Jewish League
for Israel.
The New York Board of Rab-
bis, representing more than
850 Orthodox, Reform and Con-
sarvative rabbis, sent a telegram
to Gov. Paul B. Johnson Jr. of
Mississippi, expressing shock at
the attack on Rabbi Lelyveld.
At the same time, the board
wired Rabbi Lelyveld, expressing
pride that he had "offered him-
self on the altar of freedom and
dignity of man, in the spirit of
historic Judaism." •
Rabbi Lelyveld declared that
he has "only pity" for the men
who attacked him, and "only a
deep sorrow for the State of Mis-
sissippi."
He charged that law enforcement
authorities in Mississippi harassed
persons taking part in the voter
registration drive.
Rabbi Lelyveld said he would
return to Mississippi if the Federal
Bureau of Investigation asked him
to identify the assailants. He added
that he has no confidence in the
state's law-enforcement agencies.
The rabbi declared: "It is
pitiful that the leaders of the
state of Mississippi fail to realize
that they are shaping their own
doom along with that of the closed
society they have created."

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