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November 22, 1968 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36—Friday, November 22, 1968

Nasser Watches—and Is Watched

"Watch on the Suez," to paraphrase the title of a hit play, finds
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser (right) inspecting troop
maneuvers along the west bank of the Suez Canal. But he, too, is
seen from the other side—by Israelis!

Reform Temple Is Created by Couples Answering
Classified Advertisement in Local Newspaper

LONG BEACH, Calif. (JTA)—A Harbor Area Reform Temple of
new Reform congregation, which Newport Beach grew in one month
was launched last January, at a from 10 to 30 families and held
meeting of 20 couples who an- an initial Sabbath service on
swered a classified advertisement June 6. Services were held once
in a local newspaper, is carrying a month throughout the summer
on regular worship and religious with guest rabbis conducting. The
school programs in a church. The congregation is now holding serv-
ices and religious school classes
at the St. James Episcopal Church
in Newport Beach.

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Bir tA

A lin oil ncem en ts

Nov. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Waldman (Dessie Byington), 30304
Fairfax, Livonia, a daughter,
Stephanie Lynn. a a

Nov. 15—To Mr. and-Mrs. Irwin
Niskar (Arlene Charness), 29490
Everett, Southfield, a son, Gary
Raymond.

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Nov. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Grant (Iris Illona Rosen), 24621
Rensselaer, Oak Park, a daughter,
Marni Beth.
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Nov. 7—To Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Fields (Donna Spoon), 17180 Whit-
comb, a son, Gary Scott.

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Oct. 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Martin Wolf (Rosa Moor), 20272
Braile, a daughter, Melissa Faye.
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To Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Brode
(Joan Schneider), 10744 Borgman,
Huntington Woods, a son, Jona-
than David.

Three Youths Are Fined
For New-Left Daubirigs

JERUSALEM (JTA)—A Jerusa-
lem District Court- ordered a ten-
fold increase in the fines it ori-
ginally imposed on three Israeli
youths arrested for defacing walls
with New Left-type slogans. The
young men, aged 21 to 28, daubed
such slogans as "down with the
Jewish hero." The "heroes" to
whom they objected are the Isra•
eli soldiers in the occupied Arab
areas. The late Che Guevara, the
revolutionary associated with Cu-
ban leader Fidel Castro, is a hero
of the New Left. The youths belong
to a small organization which also
has artists and writers as mem-
bers. It opposes continued Israeli
occupation of the Arab territories.

DOV SAFRAI, director of the
Safrai Galleries of Jerusalem, will
be present at the opening of an
exhibition of woodcuts by JACOB
PINS 3-6 p.m. Sunday at the
Pucker Safrai Gallery, Boston.
The collection will be shown
through Dec. 31.

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Adas Shalom Junior Congrega-
tion will join the Young People's
Congregation in a youth service
9:30 a.m. Saturday in the syna-
gogue.
* *
Bar and Bat Mitzva. Club, Adas
Shalom United Synagogue Youth,
will meet 8:15 a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. The morning will begin
with services, and a program
sponsored by the Uri Tzion Chap-
ter, USY, will follow breakfast.
• •

Lahav and Adas Shalom Chap-
ters, United Synagogue Youth, will
sponsor a study group 2:45 p.m,
Sunday at Cong. Beth Achim,
Schaefer Building.
Rabbi Jacob Kranz will be guest
speaker. High school and college
students are invited.

1968.

JTA Inc.)

The synagogues of Israel have
eliminated the Kiddush from the
Friday evening service quite some I
time ago. The reason has to do
with the basic reason for which
the Kiddush was originally chanted
in the synagogue. Basically, the
Kiddush belongs to the meal. Its
use on Friday night is to dedicate
and consecrate the meal as a Sab-
bath meal thus making it differ-
ent from an ordinary meal. It had
no place in the synagogue. How
ever, since the synagogue was the
place where traveling strangers
would have their meal on Friday
night, the Kiddush was chanted
for their benefit for the purpose of
dedicating and consecrating the
Friday evening meal of the strang-
ers, who happened to be eating
there, as a Sabbath meal. In recent
times this practice of having the
wayfarers eat in the synagogue
seems to have ceased and thus. the
Kiddush on Friday night in the
synagogue become superfluous and
was therefore eliminated. There

are a number of synagogues in
America which have also elimi-
nated the Friday evening Kiddush
for the same reason. Those who
have retained it have done so either
because of custom or because of
the small children who are present
in the synagogue on Friday eve-
nings. Somehow, the drinking of
the wine from the Friday evening
Kiddush is supposed to be of great
spiritual benefit to the children
(Or Zarua, Laws of Erev Shabbos,
20).

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appeared on nationwide Egyptian
television Nov. 12 and appealed to
Nixon to rid the United States ad-
ministration of "great Zionist in-
fluence" which, he said, has char-
acterized recent administrations.
"We hope the Nixon administra-
tion will oppose this influence and
make efforts toward peace by ap-
plying pressure on Israel to with-
draw" from territories occupied
during the Six-Day War, Riad said.
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peace efforts of United Nations
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