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May 27, 1977 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, May 27, 1977

Soviet Emigrees Asking to Return

VIENNA—A group of So-
viet Jews who immigrated ,
to Israel and now want to
return to the Soviet Union
asked the Kremlin last

He merits no - thanks that
does a kindness for his own
ends.

week to forgive them for
leaving their homeland. A
committe of Soviet Jews in
Vienna says it represents
700 Soviet Jews in Austria
who are seeking to return
to the Soviet Union. The So-
viet • government has re-
fused them re-entry visas.

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Jewish
Traditional
wedding ceremonies have
the bride walk around the
groom before the
ceremony begins. Some
traditions require this prac-
tice seven times. Others re-
quire it only three times.
Those who require three cir-
cuits give a variety of
reasons.
One is that the Bible
(Deuteronomy: 22, 24) cites
three cases starting with
the language "If a man
takes unto himself a wife
. . ." The cases are conse-
quences of marriage that
might be problems. Tlius.
this ceremony indicates the
seriousness with which the
couple ought to approach
the marriage in order to
avoid three main problems.
A second explanation for
the three circuits is the

three times which the
prophet Hosea proclaimed
that the Almighty declared
He will betroth the Jewish
people, i.e.,in
righteousness, justice and
loving-kindness (Hosea
2:21). The three circuits
would then represent these
three indispensible virtues
in marriage.

Others say the three cir-
cuits represent the three
methods 'by which
marriage is legally con-
secrated (Kiddushin 2a)
i.e. the token (the ring), a
contract and personal
relations.

Some writers indicate the
seven circuits represent the
seven circuits around the
wall of Jericho indicating
the first victory of the
Israelites in the promised
land. The unity of bride and

Jewish Academy to Induct Dinitz

43

4s

Walking Bride Around Groom at Wedding

PHILADELPHIA—Sim-
cha Dinitz, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United
States, was inducted as a
fellow in The Jewish Acad-
emy of Arts and Sciences,
"in recognition of his contri-
butions and accom-
plishments in world af-
fairs" at the annual con-
vocation of the Jewish Acad-
emy May 15 at The Dropsie
University.
Six other notables were in-
ducted as fellows; includ-
ing Dr. Edward J. Blous-
tein, president of Rutgers
University; U.S. Congress-
man Joshua Eilberg: Dr.
Leon Nemoy, research pro-
fessor of Karaitic literature
at Dropsie University and

Jerusalem Topic
of New Filmstrip

NEW YORK — As part of
its many programs to mark
the 10th anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem,
the Board of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater New York
has issued a new sound film-
strip, - Davi'd's City",
which portrays the authen-
tic sights and sounds of Je-
rusalem.
"David's City" combines
82 full-color photographs
with an 18-minute narration
cassette in a humanistic ap-
proach to the study of Je-
rusalem, personalized
• through a moving narrative
by -David, - a native of the
city.
Individuals wishing fur-
ther information about
"David's City" may contact
Frada Harel, Department
of Marketing Services,
Board of Jewish Education
of Greater New York, 426
W. 58th St. New York, N.Y.
10019.

Frost to Head •
EdUcation Group

NEW YORK—The Ameri-
can Association for Jewish
Education, national coordi-
nating agency for Jewish
education in the United
States, has named Dr. Shi-
mon Frost. headmaster of
the Brandeis School in Law-
rence. N.Y.. as director of
its National Curriculum Re-
search Institute.

literary editor of the "Jew-
ish Quarterly Review:"
Hon. Maxwell M. Rabb.
who was Secretary of the
Cabinet in the adminis-
tration of President Eisen-
hower; William B. Thomas,
chairman of the board of
governors at Dropsie Uni-
versity; and Dr. David
Wechsler, former chief psy-
chologist at New York's Bel-
levue Hospital.

Dr. Schiff Cited

Dr. Alvin I. Schiff, execu-
tive vice _president Of the
Board of Jewish Education
of Greater New York, has
been awarded the first Alex-
ander M. Dushkin Prize by
the International Cultural
Center for Youth in. Jerusa-
lem, for -outstanding lead-
ership in promoting better
understanding and closer
relationships between youth
and young adults in Israel
and the Diaspora."

Costa Rican
Plants Trees

JERUSALEM—Visiting

Costa Rican Foreign Min-
ister Gonzalo Facio planted
trees in the Jewish National
Fund Peace Forest outside
Jerusalem. Before leaving
for Israel, Facio had been
inscribed in JNF's Golden
Book by Israeli Ambassa-
dor Hanan Olami and local
Jewish leaders.

groom, then, represents the
union of the people of Israel
with the Holy Land.
Others claim that the
seven circuits indicate the
seven days of creation
meaning that a new world is
being created by this
marriage. It is also claimed
that the seven circuits
represent the three
Patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob) and the four
matriarchs (Sarah, Rebec-
ca, Rachel and Leah),
meaning that the bride and
groom are like the original
matriarchs and patriarchs
of the Jewish faith.
Some claim . that the cir-
cuit as a whole is to stress
the fact that the groom
should be ever attentive and
mindful of his beloved
wherever he goes and
wherever he turns.

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