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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-08

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3$—Friday, September 8, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`No Entry' Inscription Marked
Western Wall 2,000 Years Ago

The Western Wall of the Temple Romans. Herod's temple was so
in Jerusalem known as the Wail- beautiful that the sages said: "One
ing Wall, was considered for many who has not seen Herod's building -
years the only remaining part of had never in his life seen a beau-
the Temple. As such it was the tiful building." They forbade him
polestar of prayers, dreams and to gild it saying that its white stone
pilgrims. Indeed, layers of stones was nicer looking, like, the waves
from the wall surrounding the of the sea. In another place the
Temple are to he seen also in the Temple is described as looking like
North and the East of the Mount a snow mountain.
of the Temple. And, even less
The sanctity of the Temple
known is a slab of stone put at varied in its different sections,
the entrance to the Temple, which fully described in Mishna Kelim.
clearly says: No Entry!
The Mishna starts by saying that
The stone was one of a group put the Land of Israel is more holy
around the Temple by King Ilerod, than all lands and ends up by
who rebuilt the Temple a few saying that the Holy of Holies is
years before its destruction by the the most holy of places, since it
is entered only once a year, on
the Day of Atonement; and only
by the High Priest. One of the
categories mentioned is that area
of the Temple beyond which non-
Jews were not allowed. Josephus
Flavius, the historian of the
period, says that Herod put at the
JERUSALEM (JTA)—New im- entrance to this area signs in the
migrants to Israel would enjoy tax languages of the day: Hebrew,
reductions, moderate-priced hous- Latin and Greek, saying: "Stran-
ing accommodations and free high gers are not allowed beyond the
school and college tuition under the fence of the Temple. Trespassers
terms of a bill to be submitted to caught will be killed. By their
the Israel . Parliament when it con- fault they will cause themselves
death." One such Greek sign was
venes Oct. 13.
The concessions are part of a excavated in the last century and
plan to encourage 20,000 immi- taken to Istanbul.
A part of a second sign is still
grants to settle in Israel, chiefly
from the more affluent countries. in Jerusalem. It was found in 1935,
Avraham Cygel, head of the Jew- but Israelis could not go to see
ish Agency's department of im- it for the last 19 years. It had
migration and absorption, said been removed to the archaeological
Tuesday that details of the plan museum in Eastern Jerusalem,
were worked out at the top level by commonly known as the Rocke-
a joint committee of the govern- feller Museum and now adminis-
ment and the Jewish Agency, and tered by The Israel Musuem,
were generally approved by the Jerusalem. It was there for all the
years, to be liberated by the para-
immigration authorities.
troopers who conquered this part
The concessions in the new meas- on June 7. Peculiarly enough the
ure include an income tax exemp- museum label on the two-feet high
tion for married couples with two engraved slab said that it had
children of 1,500 Israeli pounds been found at the Gate of Lions.
($500) per month for the first It was through this gate, a day
year. In the second year, two-thirds later, that the paratroopers en-
of this sum would be tax free and tered the Old City of Jerusalem
in the third year, there would be and reconquered the area of the
an exemption of one-third.
Temple — 1,879 years after its
Further concessions would apply seizure by the Romans and their
to property taxes and land regis- Edomite allies.
tration fees, while taxes on cars
would be the same as in the coun-
try from which the newcomers Israeli Cyclist Honored
emigrated. Houses would be pro-
Amos Levy, of the Israeli Sports
vided on a rental basis, with the Federation, became his country's
option of purchase after three first qualified cycling coach when
years' occupancy. It was estimated he received the senior coach's cer-
that 33,000 three-room apartments tificate of the British Cycling Fed-
would be offered for rentals of 150 eration. He was the first foreigner
Israel pounds ($50) per month.
to receive the B.F.C. award.

Israel May Give
lininigrants Break
on Tax, Housino.

South Americans Honor Dr. Sabin

Dr. Albert B. Sabin (center), discoverer of the universally used
anti-polio vaccine, receives medal from Col. Eugenio Schettini
(right), mayor of Buenos Aires, as Abraham Monk, Latin American
director of the American Jewish Committee, looks on. Visit of Dr.
Sabin to South America was co-sponsored by the American Jewish
Committee and its sister institutions in Argentina and Brazil, where
he received highest government honors and his activities made
headlines in all newspapers and were reported daily on radio and
television. Homage was paid him in the form of messages and
letters froth schoolteachers and children, welfare associations, health
organizations, and others, while scores of diplomas and gifts were
sent to him as expressions of gratitude. Dr. Sabin was the first Jew
to be granted the Mayo Decoration, bestowed on him by Argentine
President Juan Carlos Ongania at a special ceremony in Govern-
ment House.

MONUMENT UNVEILINGS

Unveiling announcements may be in-
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 IV. 7 Mile Rd., De-

troit 48235, VE 8-9364. %Vritten an-
nouncements must be accompanied by

the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of $3.50 for an unveiling
notice. measuring an inch in depth.
and $7.00 for one two inches deep with
a black border.
*
* *

The family of the late Joseph
Zuckerberg announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his memory
12:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10, at
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Gor-
relick and Cantor Serensen will
officiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

* * *

The family of the late Isadore
Niss announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory noon
Sunday, Sept. 10, at Hebrew Mem-
orial Park, Board of Directors
Plot. Rabbi L. Goldman will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Bonn to Compensate
Salonika Jews for Losses

LONDON, (JTA)—The West Ger-
man government has agreed to pay
5,000,000 marks ($1,250,000) in com-
pensation to Greek Jews in Solon-
ika for material losses suffered
during the Nazi occupation, Joseph
Lovinger, newly elected president
of the Central Board of Jewish
Communities in Greece, revealed.
Salonika Jews today number only
a few hundred as compared to
80,000 before World War II and the
Nazi occupation. In all, there are
6,000 Jews in Greece, half of whom
reside in Athens.

The family of the late Philip
Kawa announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 12:30
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi M.
Halpern will officiate. Relatives
and friends a?e asked to attend.
• • •
The family of the late Jean Stein
announces the unveiling of a monu-
ment in her memory 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 17, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park. Rabbi
Syme will officiate.
• • •
The family of the late Michael
Altholz announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, at
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
* * •
The family of the late Harry
Adler announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory 12:15
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, at Work-
men's Circle Cemetery. Rabbi M.
Halpern will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH
SEGERMAN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory noon Sunday,
Sept. 10, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Levin will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The family of the late Jacob
Rotman announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
noon Sunday, Sept. 10, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Sper-
ka will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * •
The family of the late Victor W.
Frimet announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 10, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Schnipper will of-
ficiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

MOISHE HAAR

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 17, at Beth Abraham
Cemetery, Woodward near
8 Mile, Ferndale. Rela-
tives and friends are ask-
ed to attend.

The Family of the Late

BEN KAUFMAN

Of Saginaw, formerly of
Detroit, announces the un-
veiling of a monument in
his memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 10, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery, Rabbi
Katz will officiate, Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend,

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The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late.

MARTIN ALTER

SHIRLEY RUTH
GELBMAN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 17, at Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Cemetery. Rabbi
Kellar will officiate. Re-
latives and friends are
asked to attend.

Announces the unveiling
of a jnonument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Sept. 17, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Lehrman, Cantor Klein
and Sexton Ralph will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

DR. TED
WI NSHALL

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 17, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Arm and Cantor
Bermanis will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

DR. BENSON L.
WIGDERSON

MARIAN LEBUS

GREG FELDSTEIN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 17, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Gorrelick will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1:45 p.m. Sun-
day, Sept. 10, at Clover
Hill Memorial Park. Rab-
bi Groner will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked .to attend.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

HARRY MONDRY

GILBERT GINDICH

LILLIAN
SLOMOVITZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 10:45 a.m. Sun-
day, Sept. 10, at North.
west Hebrew Memorial
Park. Rabbi Groner will
officiate.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 10, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory noon Sunda y,
Sept. 10, at Clover Hill
Memorial Park. Rabbi
Segal will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked
to attend.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

ABE BOESKY

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 17, at Hebrew Me-
morial Park, Zhitomir
Section. Rabbi L. Gold-
man will officiate.. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

Announces the 'unveiling
of a monumnt in his
memory 11:45 a.m. Sun-
day, Sept. 10, at Clover
Hill Memorial Park. Rabbi
Syme will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are ask-
ed to attend.

The Family of the Late

EVA JACOBSON

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
Sept. 10, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

LOUIS SWIRSKY .

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 10, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

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