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ADAT SHALOM: Services 5 p.m. today and
9 a.m. Saturday. Lori Schram and
Deborah Sage, b'not mitzvah.
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vices 6: p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Satur-
day. Graham Fishman will chant the
BETH ACHIM: Services 4:45 p.m. today and
8:45 a.m. Saturday. Sid Berman will
chant the haftarah.
B'NAI ISRAEL OF WEST BLOOM-
FIELD: Services 9 a.m. Saturday. Rab-
bi Sherman Kirshner will speak on "I
Refuse To Worry." Dr. Milton Stern will
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and Pierce (Bais Yoseph).
B'NAI DAVID: Services 5 p.m. today and
8:30 a.m. Saturday. Gustav Berenholz
will chant the haftarah.
T'CHIYAH: Services 10 a.m. Saturday con-
ducted by Adam Harris and Carol
BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE: Service 8:30
p.m. today. Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
speak on "The New President:
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B'NAI MOSHE: Services at 4:30 p.m. today
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DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE: Services 8
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speak on "Family Ties Still Bind Us."
SHAAREY ZEDEK: Services 5 p.m. today
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BETH EL: Services 8 p.m. Rabbi Daniel
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BETH JACOB: Services 8:30 p.m. today.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8 p.m. today.
Jacques Torczyner, honorary president of
the Zionist Organization of America, will
speak on "Israel and the United States
After the Election." Robert Meyer and
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Rebbe's tish 9:30 a.m. Saturday, services
10:30 a.m. Jared Starr, bar mitzvah.
SHIR SHALOM: Services 8 p.m. today. Rab-
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frat, Israel — Where
do the Jewish people
get their guts? Here
we are, a nation that ex-
periences the terrifying
trauma of the Holocaust, a
third of our people destroyed,
and in the next breath
somewhere across the globe a
small army of Jews fight a
desperate war of in-
dependence, a war intended
to change forever the status of
a nation without land. Others
might have cried, "Enough.
Let us go quietly into the
flames of time and end this
cat-and-mouse game with
history once and for all."
When I was the rabbi of
Lincoln Square Synagogue in
New York, one of our first
gabayim (sexton) was a deep-
ly religious man, a gentle
man with a probing mind,
very involved with Jewish af-
fairs. I knew he was from
Europe, but only later did I
find out he had spent much of
the war in a forced labor
camp, worse than any prison
imaginable. Not only because
of the sub-human conditions,
but because every guard
possessed the godly power of
meting out life and death.
Mr. Gedalya Klein, whose
home is now in Jerusalem,
was then the prisoners'
representative, and he often
was confronted by German
overseers exercising their
twisted version of justice.
What distinguished Gedalya
from the other prisoners was
a determination to seek
justice even in this bastion of
injustice. He would look his
guards in the eye and in no
uncertain terms let them
know what he thought of a
One day a guard said, "Jew,
who do you think you are?
Aren't you afraid that any
moment I could kill you as
easily as a fly?"
Klein answered without
hesitation, "In your army, the
army of the Third Reich, you
may be a lieutenant, but in
my army, the army of God, I
am a general."
When I heard the story, my
bones trembled. I sensed a
profound moment in Klein's
life, and a profound one in
mine. Not only had he spoken
for himself, but he had
spoken for all of us, a genera-
tion which could not fathom
how the Jewish people, after