Grand Circus Park
WO 1.8525 Box office open 12-9 p.m.
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
"DO NOT DISTURB"
FRI. & SAT. 11:50 a.m., 2:00, 4:10, 6:15,
8:25, 10:37. Sun.-Thur. 11:40 a.m., 1:50,
4:00, 6:05, 8:10, 10:15.
(50c Wed. Ladies Day till 5:00)
FOX • • •
Doris Day & Rod Taylor
FRI. & DAILY Open 5:45 "Do Not Dis-
turb" 6:05, 8:05, 10:10. SAT. Re-open
4:45. Shown 5:00, 6:55, 8:50, 10:50. SUN.
Re-open 5:00. Shown 5:50, 7:55, 10:00.
Special Matinee Sat. & Sun.
2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
Held Over 2nd Big Week
Fantastic — Frightening —
Boris Karloff, Nick Adams
All in Color
"DIE, MONSTER, DIE"
Plus Barry Sullivan in
"PLANET OF VAMPIRES"
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
12 Mi.-C.00lidge, Berkley
Open 6:45 FRI., MON., TUES.
SAT. Open 6:45 "Collector" 7:00, 10:40
SUN. Open 5:10 "Collector" 7:00, 10:40
FRI., MON., TUES. 7:03, 10:40
SAT. 9:05 SUN. 5:20, 9:00
Sat. and Sun. Spec. Matinee
Open 1:00 Starts 1:20 "Sleeping Beauty"
in Color 1:50, 3:54
Warren at Miller Road
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
"MY FAIR LADY"
MON. THRU FRI. Open 6:00 Shown 6:45,
9:50 SAT., SUN. Open 12:30 Shown 12:45,
3:45, 6:50, 9:55
GRAND CIRCUS igrraW10
Open Daily 10:45
Doris Day & Rod Taylor
"DO NOT DISTURB"
FRI. & SAT. 11:35, 1:55, 4:15, 6:35, 8:55,
SUN. & WK. 11:25, 1:35, 3:45,
5:55, 8:05, 10:15
Wed. Ladies Day 50c till 6:00
Royal Oak—Main St. at
11 Mile Rd.
LI 2-0180 — Matinee 12:00 Noon
David Niven in
"WHERE THE SPIES ARE"
Ursula Andress in "SHE"
Coming Wed., Thur., Feb. 2, 3
Exclusive showing Laurence Olivier in
"OTHELLO". Tickets now on sale.
Matinee 2:15. Eves. 8:15. Wed. & Thur.
Feb. 2 and 3.
SAT. Open 11:00. Shown 11:45, 1:20, 2:55
SUN. Open 11:30. Shown 12:05, 1:35, 3:10
Livernois at McNichols
Starts Xmas Day "NEW ANGELS"
WK. DAYS & SAT. 7:00, 11:12
SUN. 2:48, 7:00, 11:12
"ZORBA THE GREEK"
WEEK DAYS & SAT. 8:50 only
Argentine Jewish Leftists
Hit Soviet Action in UN
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Seven
leading Argentine-Jewish leftist
intellectuals protested the recent
action by the Soviet delegation to
the United Nations bracketing
Zionism with Nazism.
In a manifesto published in
"Nueva Sion," the prominent per-
sonalities criticized the Soviet UN
spokesman for an amendment it
had proposed to the declaration
against discrimination adopted by
the General Assembly earlier this
month. The Soviet amendment con-
taining the objectionable compari-
son between Zionism and Nazism,
was not adopted.
Asserting that the amendment
was a "grave" action on the part
of the Soviet Union, the Jewish
intellectuals, who declared that
they spoke out "as citizens who
never acted against the USSR,"
said that the Russian statement
ignored the historic role of the
Among the signers of the mani-
festo were Dr. Moises Pollak, the
outstanding biologist, and Dr.
Jose Bleger, the prominent psy-
Bar Mitzvah Quiz
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright. 1966, JTA, Inc.)
Why is the age of 13 consid-
ered the age at which a boy as-
sumes responsibility for his
deeds, i.e. becomes Bar Mitzvah?
There seems to be at least three
lines of authority and reasoning
for this measure. One of the earl-
iest sources which set this age as
the age of Bar Mitzvah is the Mish-
nah (Aboth 5) which describes the
various stages in the life of an in-
dividual declaring the age of
thirteen to be the age at which one
is shouldered with the responsi-
bility of keeping the command-
ments. Commentaries on the
Mishnah claim that the basis for
this is drawn from the Pentateuch.
Where the Bible speaks of an in-
dividual as being responsible for
the consequences of his deed the
term "Ish" (Man) is often used.
This term is taken as referring to
a man who has attained the age
of thirteen because Simon and
Levi are referred to by this term
in the Book of Genesis when they
avenged the wrong that had been
done to their sister Dinah (Genesis
34:25) and this situation occurred
when they were thirteen years of
age. In his response, Rabbi Asher
simply states that the ruling that
a thirteen year old male becomes
culpable for his actions is one of
the basic rules handed down to
Moses at Sinai.
Why is it that a Bar Mitzvah
boy is called to the Torah for the
Aliyah called "Maftir" (the last
reading of the Sabbath which
precedes the prophetic portion)?
There are some authorities who
claim that this is inappropriate
because a boy can be called to the
Torah for this portion even before
he becomes Bar Mitzvah (with the
exception of certain major Sab
baths). They claim that the pur-
pose of having the boy called up
to the Torah is to demonstrate that
he has reached the age of Bar
Mitzvah and can therefore enjoy
a privilege which was forbidden
to him before. There are some
Sid Luckman was honored by
There are some who claim that
Chicago's City Council on his entry this practice arose because of the
into pro football's Hall of Fame. custom that developed when the
Bar-Mitzvah came forward on the
pulpit to deliver a discourse. This
took place after the prophetic por-
tion since the discourse usually was
related to the pentateuchal portion
and the prophetic portion that was
associated with it. Thus, for the
sake of the synagogue decorum he
would be called for the prophetic
portion so that he could proceed
after that with his discourse, as
was usually the case with the
Rabbis when they would deliver
a A 810
DANIEL HALLER. PAT GREEN I.JERRY SOHL
Dr. JACQUES S. GOTTLIEB,
director of Lafayette Clinic and
chairman of the Wayne State Uni-
versity department of psychiatry,
has been elected president of the
American Board of Psychiatry and
Liners and display classified ads accepted from re-
sponsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
noon Wednesday. For rates and information . . .
CALL VEnnont 8-9364
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Large 1 and 2-bedroom apt., tre-
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comfort and gracious living, for those who want something
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Filmways present
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chamber habitations. To let from
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Commodious wardrobes. Amenities
embrace patio-porch, lanai swing,
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13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS
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last year allocated a total of $37,-
500 for educational, medical and
social projects in Spain.
Friday, January 7, 1966-33
Rentals Now Available
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