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August 23, 1974 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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10—Friday, August 23, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MILWAUKEE ( J T A) —
Able-bodied retired Jews de-
livere hot , and cold kosher
meals to about 150 elderly
homebound Jews here five
en and children, we ask days a week in a program
many questions. Yet we con- sponsored by several affili-
tinue to embrace faith and ated agencies of the Milwau-
hope, in spite of those who
have tried to smother faith
and hope along with life."
The text also recalls those
killed at European death
camps, at Babi Yar and at
Munich.•

Conservative Rabbis Get Topical
gupplement for Mahzor Reading

,

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Er
/ ,-NEW YORK — This fall at
psh Hashana or Yom Kip-
pur service at Conservative
synagogues the kadish may
recall those killed in recent
Arab terrorist raids at Ma'-
alot or Kiryat Shemona. Or,
there may be a specially pre-
pared reading adapted from
the books of Isaiah, Jeremiah
and Amos that refers aptly to
the problems of public and
private morality that have
been troubling the American
people this year.
These selections appear in
a 32-page booklet issued by
the publications department
of the Rabbinical - Assembly
to supplement the mahzor in
the 800 Conservative syna-
gogues whose members of
the Rabbinical Assembly
serve as rabbis.
Called "Yearnings—Prayer
and Meditation for the Day-s-
of Awe," it is the second
edition of a booklet first
issued in 1968 as an updated
adjunct to the High Holy Day
Prayer Book. Edited by
Rabbi Jules Harlow, it also
includes readings and pray-
ers on such subjects as the
plight of Soviet •Jewry, peace
in the Middle East in the
wake of the Yom Kippur War
and the 6,000.000 Jews killed
in the Nazi Holocaust.
In announcing the publica-
tion of "Yearnings," Rabbi
Mordecai Waxman, president
of the Rabbinical Assembly,
said that it "allows members
of congregations to become
personally and vocally in-
volved in liturgical reactions
to topical events, giving a
modern relevancy to prayer
in accordance with the spirit
of the traditional Jewish ser-
vice.
The adapted kadish is in-
troduced by lines beginning:
"This day we somberly re-
call, with love and in an-
guish, the lives of Jews who
by the whim of monsters are
no more. Faced with the
brutal murder of men, worn-

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Tel Aviv U. Friends
Plan Major Dinner

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The American Friends of Tel
Aviv University (AFTAU),
which, last year canceled a
major dinner to enable the
Israel Bond Organization to
conduct an emergency rally
upon the outbreak of the
Yom Kippur War, will hold
an Inaugural Aleph Tay Din-
ner at the Beverly Hilton
here Sept. 14, it was an-
nounced by Victor M. Carter,
AFTAU president and chair-
man of the university's in-
ternational board of govern-
ors.
The first recipient of the
newly established award is
Edward Sanders who is presi-
dent of the Jewish Federa-
tion-Council of Greater Los
Angeles and a leading figure
in virtually all major Jewish
causes here and abroad.
Sanders was designated for
the a ward, which carries
the initials of the Tel Aviv
University and represents the
first and last letters of the
Hebrew alphabet, by a spe-
cial selection panel of pro-
minent Los Angeles leaders.
The choice. was endorsed un-
animously by the executive
committee of the TAU's
Board of Governors.
Carter announced that
Simha Dinitz, Israel's ambas-
sador to the U.S., will be
among the dignitaries who
will pay tribute to Sanders
at the award dinner. Sen.
Henry NI. Jack son (D.
Wash.)

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