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Room for Soldiers' Home Assured

Sen. Hart to Air Environmental Issue at Beth Achim

U.S. Senator Philip A. Hart will
speak on "Environmental Politics
1971: Urban or Rural?" 8:L5 p.m.
Jan. 26 at Cong. Beth Achim.
Sen. Hart, who was sworn in re-
cently for his third term as sen-
ator, has made his reputation
largely in the fields of consumer
protection, civil rights and anti-
trust.
He was the author of the Truth-
in-Packaging Act, approved by
Congress in 1965. As chairman of
the anti-trust and monopoly sub-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 8, 1971-21

SCHECHTER & HIRSCH'S

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SEN. PHILIP A. HART

The rabbi and the president of Cong. Beth Moses condier it a
Job well done—the raising of $2,500 for a room in the Soldiers' Home

being built in Beersheba by the Association for Welfare of Soldiers in
Israel. Rabbi A. Irving Schnlpper (left) and Samuel Miner saw
their congregation reach their goal In a brief span and hope to en-
courage further community Interest in the home for Israel's de-
fenders.

This Week in Jewish History

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-Rabbi Sherwin Wine of Birm-
ingham Temple is conducting "An
Introduction to Humanistic Juda-
ism" to acquaint the general corn-
mtudty with the ideas and prin-
ciples of the religious approach.
The course, which began this
week, will continue for nine suc-
ceeding Mondays, 8:30 p.m. at
Robert Frost Junior High School.
To register, call the Birmingham
Temple office, 549-5490.

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mittee on energy, natural re-
sources and environment.

drugs, funerals, school books, auto
insurance and auto repairs.
Sen. Hart has been a member
of the committees on commerce
and the judiciary and the Demo-
cratic Policy Committee. He also
is chairman of the Senate subcom-

IT'S ALL AT
THE

Firm Bows to Arab Ban

LONDON—The Arab ban on a
French company which manufac-
tures jet engines for the Mirage
fighter has been lifted after almost

14 years.
An Arab boycott official said the
company, Societe Nationale
40 Years Ago This Week: 1931
d'Etudes
et de Moteurs d'Avia-
Austria banned "All Quiet on the Western Front," the anti-war
bad submitted a document
film produced and directed by Jews, after a week of Fascist rioting. tion
proving
that
it had severed all
Nathan Straus, philanthropist and Zionist leader after whom Na-

(from the files of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

dealings with Israel.
tanya, Israel, was named, died in New York at 83.
Two Jewish bankers committed suicide in Berlin on successive Classified Ads Get Quick Results
days.
Felix M. Warburg, banker, philanthropist and arts patron, was
hailed on his 60th birthday.
In his first interview on Jewish Issues, Stalin told JTA that anti-
Semitism was "the most dangerous survival of cannibalism," adding:
"Communists . . . , as consistent internationalists, cannot but be ir-
reconcilable and avowed enemies of anti-Semitism. In the Soviet Union
anti-Semitism is rigidly prosecuted as a phenomenon profoundly hostile
to the Soviet regime. Militant anti-Semites are, under the laws of the
Soviet Union, punished by death."

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The Moscow newspaper Trud rejected charges of Soviet anti-
Semitism as "quite absurd."
Rep. Victor Anfuso (D—N.Y.) introduced a bill providing death
for bombers of synagogues, churches and other public buildings. ''..
West Germany was investigating charges of Nazism against
Adenauer aide Dr. Hans Globke.
Moroccan Jews were barred from adopting first names not men-
tioned in the Old Testament. Police arrested Jews wearing blue-and-
white yarmulkes and a man with a white shirt and blue tie. •
The Anti-Defamation League said that despite ."marked improve-
ment," most U.S. textbooks "fail to present a varied, true-to-life
picture of Jews in America"; three-quarters of them "minimize"
Nazism and one-third "omit the topic entirely." The text-publishers'
chief agreed. The ADL also said there was a "marked decline" in
religious discrimination by medical schools.
British and French Rothschilds gave Israel its first golf course,
near Caesar's. On his first swing, Education Minister Eban . sliced

into the rough.
Forty-three Moroccan Jews drowned when their Israel-bound ship
sank off Gibraltar.
Newton N. Minow, Jewish lawyer of Chicago, was named chair-
man of the Federal Communications Commission by _President-elect
Kennedy.
Rabbi Bernard flashes of St: Paul became the first rabbinic chap-
lain of the Minnesota State Legislature in its 102 years.
(Note: The Dec. 25 "Week In Jewish History" incorrectly re-
ported that in 1960 Keren Ilayesod sought $1 trillion in a decade for
Israeli immigration aid. It was $1 billion.)

Weekly Quiz

Why de the Itehanhe eosin up
to the platfeent to reeks the
priestly IblessIngs only • holi-
days?
This is our practice in the
Diaspora. However, in Israel
many congregations have the Ko-
hanim recite this every day. One
of the reasons for this practice of
ours is given by Rabbi Moses
bowies wbo claims that the Jew-
ish tradition requires a - Joyous
heart and a genuine spirit of love
on the part of the Kohanim when
they pronounce the blessing. Be-
cause of the various pressures in
the daily lives in the Diaspora,
the priestly benediction is only
offered on the holidays when there
is a inirft of real joy which per-
vades the atmosphere. In Israel,
however, the Holy Land itself
fills the worshiper with joy and
so the blessings are in order every
day.

• • •

Why are the priestly blessings

BY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright imam Inc.)

only recited in the inendng and
net in the affirms?
The priestly blessings require a
certain sense of purity and sta-
bility on the part of the priests
wbo offer the blessings. This is
possible in the morning before
one goes about his daily aetivity
and before one has indulged in
food and drink. Alter one has be-
gun his daily activities and in-
dulged in food and drink' be may
not be in perfect shape to pro-
nounce the blessings because be
might have over-indulged. For
this reason, on the fast day when
one refrains from food and drink
and from most of his activities,
the blessing is pronounced in the
afternoon. In the house of mourn-
ing, since the spirit of joy is ab-
sent, the priestly blessings are
eliminated altogether. We thus see
that the -blessings require both a
loving sense of joy and a spiritual
sense of purity, in order to be
thoroughly effective and proper.

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