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March 07, 1980 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, March 1, 1980

Too Few Changes in Passion Play

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By RABBI MARC
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(A Seven Arts Feature)

Passion plays focusing on
the crucifixion of Jesus are
emotionally potent dramas.
Too often these plays, in-
stead of arousing repen-
tance in Christians, have
instilled hatred and con-
tempt for Jews and
Judaism. The Oberammer-
gau Passion Play, per-
formed every 10 years in
Bavaria, West Germany, is
the most famous — or in-
famous — of these dramas,
so anti-Semitic in its impact
that it was praised by Hit-
ler.

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'Mechiras Chometz Campaign

Fill in — cut out and mail to:

Lubavitcher
Center
14000

W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK, MICH. 48237
548-2666

Delegation of Power of Attorney for Sale of Chometz

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That I, the undersigned, do hereby make,
constitute and appoint RABBI B. GOTTLIEB, my true and lawful attorney to act in my
place and stead, for me and in my name in in my behalf to sell all CHOMETZ owned and
possessed by me (knowingly or unknowingly) as stated in the TORAH and defined and
interpreted by the SAGES OF ISRAEL (e.g. CHOMETZ: DOUBT OF CHOMETZ, AND
ALL KINDS OF CHOMETZ MIXTURES). Also, CHOMETZ that tends to harden and to
adhere to a surface inside of pans, pots or other cooking or eating utensils, of whatsoever
nature, and all kinds of live animals that have been eating CHOMETZ or mixtures
thereof, and to lease all places wherein the aforementioned CHOMETZ owned or pos-
sessed by me may be found, especially in the premises located at the address mentioned
below and elsewhere.
RABBI B. GOTTLIEB has the full authority and power as above given to sell said
CHOMETZ and to lease said place of places wherein said CHOMETZ may be found upon
such terms and upon such conditions as he, in his absolute discretion, shall deem fit and
proper.
RABBI B. GOTTLIEB has the full power and authority to assign or appoint a
substitute or substitutes to act in his place and sted with all the same powers and authority
that I have invested in HIM.

The above given power shall be in conformity with all Torah, Rabbinical regulations
and laws and also in accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan. And to this I hereby
affix my signature on this day of Nissan in the year 57

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MAIL EARLY, SO THAT IT REACHES US NO LATER THAN
Fri., Mar. 28th, or come in to office no later than Sun., Mar. 30, 1980.
RESPONSIBILITY CANNOT
BE ACCEPTED FOR FORMS RETURNED LATER.

SHMURA MATZO CAMPAIGN

The Lubavitcher Center is offering one shmura matzo FREE of charge. These
shmura matzo, which are round in form, are baked entirely by hand, under
scrutinizing supervision, to avoid any possibility of leavening during the baking
process.
To obtain your free matzo, please come to the Lubavitcher Center at 14000
West Nine Mile Road, Oak Park, Michigan.
Special pre-Passover office hours are daily and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to
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the
of
Criticism
Oberammergau drama by
Jewish and Christian
scholars have led to many
changes, but a comprehen-
sive analysis of the text for
the 1980 production, pre-
paried by Judish Banki of
the American • Jewish
Committee, concludes that
the play still maligns
Jewish law, makes villains
of the Jewish. people, and re-
flects an older tradition of
hostility to Judaism which
has since been repudiated
by Christian churches.
More than 500,000
people are expected to
view the Oberammergau
Pasion Play in 1980,
many of them Americans.
Trips to Oberammergau
are being offered by uni-
versity alumni associa-
tions, including those of
Michigan, Colgate, Wis-
consin and Pennsyl-
vania, and by profes-
sional associations as
well as religious organ-
izations.
Lest Christian under-
,

Israel Aircraft
Focus of Official's
American Visit

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Joseph Ma'ayan, director
general of the Defense
Ministry, is in Washington
to discuss with American of-
ficials the next generation
of Israel-made combat air-
craft to replace the Kfir jet
interceptor.
The U.S. is involved
mainly because the new
plane, like the Kfir, will be
equipped with an
American-made engine.
Israel, therefore, will re-
quire American permission
to market the plane abroad.
If this is denied, the unit
cost of producing the air-
craft will be much higher
than otherwise.
Israel also will try to ob-
tain permission to produce
many of the American-
made engine components at
home on a license arrange-
ment.

Agudath Aids
Brit Candidates

NEW YORK — Agudath
Israel of America and the
Maimonides Medical Cen-
ter in Brooklyn's Boro Park
section have reached an
agreement on aiding im-
migrant Russian Jews who
wish brit mila ,performed,
since they were unable to
undergo the ritual in the
Soviet Union.
Through Agudath's Proj-
ect RISE — Russian Immig-
rant Services and Educa-
tion — Russian Jewish men
and boys who are candi-
dates for brit mila will be
given physical examina-
tions, prior to the circumci-
sion, and if a hospital stay is
necessary, it will be pro-
vided free of charge.
The candidate will have
psychological support at his
disposal and Russian speak-
ing Project RISE staff work-
ers will be available.

Men, like bullets, go
farther when they are
smoothest.

standing and respect for
Jews and Judaism be im-
periled by this highly
charged pageant, the
American Jewish Commit-
tee is preparing a commen-
tary for viewers of the
Oberammergau Passion
Play, which examines basic
themes in the drama and
provides essential back-
ground information.

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