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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, August 1, 1969

Destroyers' Act Recalls Temple Destruction

JERUSALEM. (JTA) — Observ- 1 excavation, called the destruc-
ance at Tisha b'Av at the West- ! tion "a shameful incident.

ern Wall was marred July 23 when I
The 1,900th anniversary of the
hundreds of people broke into the destruction of the Second Temple

excavation digging area adjoining was marked on the eve of Tisha
the wall, spoiling several objects b'Av by thousands or Jerusalem
found at the site. No reason was residents who came to the wall,
given for the incident.
the remnant of the temple, to pray
One of the diggers said that and to mourn the destruction of
the work of months of digging was the shrine.
destroyed. He tried to call the po-
The Jews. sitting on the ground,
lice to save what was left. The day
chanted the appropriate prayers
before, as a result of an agreement
and then arose to walk around the
between the Minister of Religious
Affairs Dr. Zerah Warhaftig and wall in accordance with instruc-
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon, tions of Psalm 48:12. All places of
entertainment in Israel were closed
prayer was permitted near the
newly-cleared portion of the wall, for the evening and street lights
while special guards were placed were dimmed. In accordance with
Sephardic custom, all lights were
by the religious ministry to pre-
vent entrance to the excavation put out in Sephardic synagogues
while the cantor recited a remem-
enclosure.
brance of the Temple destruction
The guards were unable to
and the choir sang "You should ask
keep the people from invading
for the peace of your prisoners,"
the digging site. They were
by the Sephardic poet Yehuda
finally cleared when police per-
Halevi.
suaded them to disperse, Prof.
Israel's chief rabbis had ruled
Benjamin Mazer, who heads the
that there should be no changes in
the Tisha b'Av (Ninth of Av ) serv-
ices this year, despite demands
from some Jews who argued that
there should be no alterations in
recognition of the fact that Jerusa-
lem has been reunited and was in
Israeli hands.

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American Literary Prize
Awarded to Two Israelis

JERUSALEM—Prof. Lea Gold-
berg, head of the Hebrew Univer-
sity's department of comparative
literature, and 89 year-old author
Gershon Shofman of Haifa receiv-
ed the Irving and Bertha Neuman
Literary Prize at a ceremony at
the Hebrew University.
The conferment was made by
Dr. James M. Hester, president of
New York University, whose In-
stitute of Hebrew Studies adminis-
ters the $1,000 Neuman Prize.
Prof. Goldberg stressed that the
world of Hebrew has grown and
expressed her appreciation that
Hebrew authors are now read
abroad. "We feel that, after all,
we are not so alone", she said.
Hebrew University President
Avraham Harman, who chaired
the ceremony, praised New York
University as the first American
university to offer a course in
modern Hebrew (since 1933).

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