of a country's population is Jewish. By merit of their ambition, good education and sharp business sense, they have become keen competitors in the land's economy. Their interest in the wel¬ fare of the host country spurs them on to a finely honed patriotism. The whole country shares in the prosperity of the Jews, who become respected leaders in business, com¬ merce, industry, as well as education, cul¬ ture, the arts, etc. They are the pioneers in all social and community fields. The highest most responsible government positions are occupied by them. Their achievements are acclaimed; the country is grateful to its Jews. But occurs. ment
the mood shifts. A change Gradually, imperceptibly, resent¬ over Jewish prominence builds up.
Their manifold activities
The military see a potential security risk. There's widespread appre¬ hension.
Nagging whispers about national possible international
clash of interests and
become loud and louder. Public opinion is concerned and aroused. Jews find themselves ominously isolated.
Friendships cool, interests lag, conditions are ripe for the breeding of virulent antiSemitism. There's fear and foreboding. Will there be an outbreak? an epidemic? what form will it take?
This sketch is
a description which ap¬ plies verbatim to oh, so many periods in history: Egypt after Joseph. Achashverosh's Persia. Fifteenth Century Spain. Germany in the '30's. And — dare we put
it into words?
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they yawning so?" whispered
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it had been
exciting evening. "We're
Kupsie. "They've filled time already." "Fourth and last for
this," said for the fourth as
Tassie. Kiddush cups never sleep. That's why Kupsie and his friend couldn't really under¬ stand what it
happens when they sleep?" they
"During sleep all consciousness tempo¬ rarily leaves the body," he began to explain. "You mean they don't know at all what goes on around them?" Tumbler nodded. "How
awful," said Kupsie. "I'd hate
good for them," Tumbler went they rest in total relaxation, all tiredness and exhaustion go away. Upon awakening they're full of vigor again, ready to face a new day of activity." "How wonderful," said Kupsie. "Make up your mind, silly," teased Tassie. "First you call it awful. Now you say it's wonderful!" "But he's right," said Tumbler quickly before Kupsie could make an angry reply. "It's frightening, all right, a little bit like death because during sleep the soul sort of leaves the body. Then, in the morning, clean and refreshed, it's restored to the rightful owner." "As
person is rather back again."
"Ought late. The Seder
close. For the Kiddush cups
Kupsie. "I bet a grateful to get his soul
"Right you are, boys. Immediately upon awakening, every polite, G'd fearing per¬ son says this little prayer of thanks: rnmnw vasft rrn& nnn&a nm ntann 'I thank You, everlasting King, that You have mercifully restored my soul within me; great is Your faithfulness.'" "It's only good manners," agreed Kupsie. And with eyes,
he added: "Who would want to be
possibly could be.
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languages are less fortunate. In Hebrew, for example, all words are indelibly marked masculine or feminine. How frustrating for a good woman's libber! But the choice of a particular word can be most expressively evocative in Hebrew.
in literature and
liberation of the
the minds. The
equality. Her inherent right to all everything in life. Movement in a direction, though slow at the outset, often picks up speed, gains momentum and may develop into a sweep¬ ing torrent. Until its virgin force is spent, efforts to check it against excesses or even to channel it productively, are futile. The dyke has burst — the flood waters must Her full
The Pesach Machzor contains
(zulas of last days), describing ten epic biblical songs: Song of the Red Sea, Song of the Well, Song of Deborah, etc. The Midrash (source of the poem) ob¬ serves: All these songs are called by the feminine noun shiro, all except the last which is called shir (masculine). Why? To illustrate a salient point. All victories in history are of temporary value because they are followed, sooner or later, by renewed poem
be allowed to run off. There's wisdom in the movement and
folly. Sense as well as nonsense. Mis¬ on the part of erring brethren led to last year's minyan role for women in the Conservative religion. (Perhaps that's also
partially our fault. Maybe we shouldn't, for example, have permitted the glamor of Barmitzvo to eclipse our girls' becoming of age. Perhaps the Lubavitcher Rebbi valiant¬ ly launched his innovative girls Shabbos candle-lighting campaign for this reason.)
victory and redemption. Therefore the feminine form is used, reminiscent of childbirth, in pain and suffering, with more "births" ahead. But for the Messianic redemption the masculine form is used, to denote lasting
We must make allowances for exagger¬ ations, such as the current war on mascu¬ linity in language. Words like chairman, errand boy, policeman, mankind, workman, become taboo. Of course we're lucky.
calamities which in turn spawn
celebration is in joy¬ gratitude for the victories in 1948. Our
Our Yom Atzmaut
Yrusholaim is for the 1967. These are in the cate¬ of shiro. The shir is yet to come.
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general meeting of the on December 1st, at which all congregational business was discussed, the Board of Officers and Trus¬ .
Congregation took place
reelected and the
following gentlemen positions: Mr. Alfred Gerstley secretary, Mr. Emil Frank chair¬ man of Board of Trustees, Mr. Simon tees
that several successfully prepared and appreciated get-togethers, arranged by the Sisterhood, were well attended and enjoyed: Chanuka party on December 15th (with professional entertainment and refresh¬ ments ), Game-and-Card afternoons on December 8th and January 5 th that much work and preparation went into our annual bazaar, beginning ..
culminating with the sale of on February 8th-9th, that guidance of Bazaar Chairman
merchandise under the
and Co-Chairman Fred
a staff of dedicated volunteers, the bazaar was highly successful, that the Congregation's warm appreciation goes to all who helped, especially to the devoted
that the Chevra
meeting took place on March 2nd, when the following Board was elected: Mr. Arthur Hanauer, president; Mr. Fred Stone and Mr. Manfred Schoen, vice-presidents. Mr. Charles Wolff, treasurer; Mr. Max Lazar, secretary; Trustees: Mr. Simon Ackerman, Mr. Alfred Gerstley, Mr. Bernard Greenbaum, Mr. Curt Lauter, Mr. Julian Lewin, Mr. Fritz Neuhaus, Mr. Isaak Oppenheim, Mr. Alfred Stern; that the announcement by Mr. Leo Stock, our able and respected president for many years,
that his health
continuing, was received with much re¬ gret, and that he was unanimously elected Honorary President of the Chevra Ka¬ disha; that following the meeting, an ex¬ cellent luncheon
served and the hours
passed in pleasant togetherness
by Mr. Bernard Greenbaum
.that the Nisan issue of the "Rabbi's Newsletter" was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Simon Ackerman that the Iyar issue of the "Rabbi's Newsletter" was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Leo Stock .
that Rabbi Kahn made a personal appeal on behalf of Yeshiva Rabbi Moses Soloveichik, that thanks to gener¬ ous response from individual members of the Congregation and from Chevra Ka¬ disha and Sisterhood, over $1,000 were raised to come to the aid of this vital, highly deserving educational institution of .
that the Si van issue of the "Rabbi's
Newsletter" was donated in memory of Alfred Meier, by his sons that additional donations were made .
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The above passage answers
we stop in our Haggadah re¬ cital and ask: Is it really true that "had
Egypt, then children and grandchildren would be enslaved in Egypt"? We outlived
exiles and persecutions. Wouldn't history have taken its course long ago? Are there still slaves in Egypt now? No doubt, our status as slaves would not other
sweeping blessings of emancipation, liberty, equality, etc. would have carried us to freedom. But there's a world of difference between a development along "normal" humanitarian
tracks, and the dramatic act can be set free by procla¬ mation or through violent revolution, equality can be enacted by law, yet the stigma of "Nigger" can linger on for gen¬ of G'd. Slaves
erations, in conditions which are frustratingly atrophied. Is there anywhere else a record such as ours, cruelly enslaved for centuries, de¬ prived of all cultural and ethical growth, yet capable of soaring, immediately upon liberation, to the dizzying spiritual height of Sinai, ready to be entrusted with the sublimity of G'd's Torah and the mission to
(Similarly, Israel into the role of it
smoothly and capably,
if there never political in¬ This, only G'd can bring about. rsrft ttlp^ as
had been nineteen centuries of
An excellently chosen quotation from the Book of Joshua serves as biblical documen¬ tation for the fact that Abraham's fore¬
fathers had been idol worshippers, "Joshua said to the people: So says G'd, the G'd of Israel, Your fathers lived form¬
erly beyond the river
served other gods. through all the land of Canaan, multiplied his seed..." (Joshua 24:2-4) Three perplexing questions seem always to be on the agenda of the world: 1) What is the Jewish people's legal claim on Eretz Israel? 2) Does this claim have validity even when the Jews are in disfavor with G'd? 3) Is there a future for the Jewish people when all normal indications point to the contrary? I took Abraham
1) What is Abraham
them neatly: claim? "1 took your father
led him through all the land." eligible now? At the beginning, everyone, like Terach, father of Abraham "served idols" and still qualified. 3) What of Jewish survival? Abraham was already old, long past child begetting and rearing, yet G'd "multiplied his seed." rjrfr tnp'r 2
npm to nn« w spotlight is turned on five biblical expressions: ((G'd took us out from Egypt with (1) a strong hand (2) an out¬ stretched arm (3) great awe (4) signs (5) wonders." And then the Haggadah insists on seeing each as a double-barreled shot gun: "With a strong hand denotes two; an The
denotes two; etc."
simply because of the wording, strong hand (two words), outstretched arm (two* words), great awe (two words), signs (plural), wonders (plural)? Or is it mathematical gymnastics, five times two, in order to reach ten, the number of the biblical plagues? There's
plagues which hit the Egyptians: festation of G'd's power ("that know that there is
like G'd" Exodus
8:6), and a punitive action for having pressed Israel. To accomplish both G'd's aim and both G'd punishes the
magnified in the world" (Rashi Exodus 14:4; Mechilto ibid). Justice is universally a highly esteemed triumph. TJTft Dip1?*' On the second Pesach night begins the seven-week-long Counting of the Omer. Though biblically stated, its stature as a Torah-commaded precept is in doubt; Scripture ties it m sacrificial offerings ("Omer" of barley on Pesach, "Omer" of wheat
differ whether the
Counting of the Omer in non-Temple times is a biblical commandment (Rambam) or rabbinic precept
(Ran). There's evid¬ though, that for once, a post-Temple practice actually preceded the Temple era. "When Moses told the Jews at the exodus from Egypt: You will serve G'd at (Continued on page 14) a
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IN MEMORY of our beloved Husband & Daddy HERMAN SPEIER on
his 3rd Yahrzeit 21st of Sivan
Gone from our lives but always in our hearts and
Paula Speier Sandy-Ellen
ley, oats, spelt etc.
leavened wheat, rye, bar¬ not only bread and cake,
but also found in candy, sodas
other foods. Pulse
and many legumen (peas, beans, not chometz but are not or
FORBIDDEN ON PESACH
drink, (2) to use, (3) to EATING: Only food with
rabbinic endorsement may be eaten. Mix¬ tures and traces of chometz are also for¬ bidden. Separate dishes, silverware, etc. must be used on Pesach. USE: Use other than
eating is also for¬ be transacted with chometz on Pesach, nor fed to animals (chometz-free pet food must be used — detailed information available on request). Soap, perfume, cosmetics are available un¬ der supervision and should be used, espe¬ cially tooth-paste, etc. Medicine, drugs, vitamins may contain chometz. Consult rabbi for guidance. bidden. No business may
POSSESSION: All chometz
Jewish possession (by 11:40 A.M., March 26th). If not used up or destroyed, it may be sold to a non-Jew before that time. (This should be done through a qualified agent; consult rabbi.) For emer¬ gencies (baby, ill person) consult rabbi. PREPARING THE HOUSE: All rooms, garment pockets, etc. must be cleaned thoroughly. Chometz dishes must be cleaned and locked away or taped off.
Kitchen tor must
tables, shelves, cabinets, refrigera¬ be cleaned thoroughly. Oil cloth or
heavy paper should be used for lining where Pesach food
thoroughly cleaned, boiling water poured all over, and a rack placed in it (or lined with contact paper). Stoves must be thoroughly cleaned (Easy-Off is recom¬ mended ), flames put on maximum and left burning for half an hour. Oven must be thoroughly cleaned, heated to1 maximum must
for half an hour. Sheet metal or foil should be placed where
Pesach pots come oven.
in contact with stove or
Grates, racks, shelves must be "glowed" next
KASHERING: Sometimes chometz
sils may be kashered for Pesach. Alwavs consult rabbi. Gloivmg for utensils used over
liquid (oven racks, baking
MANUAL forms), which
be fired until red hot.
Scalding for metal and wooden utensils used for hot chometz (other than above), as sil¬ verware, cooking pots, etc., which must be cleaned well, left unused for 24 hours, im¬ mersed in boiling water. Miluy V'iruy
(stelleri) for glassware used for cold cho¬ only (drinking glasses, juice or wine glasses, but not whiskey or beer bottles and not any with narrow necks), which are filled with water for three full days, chang¬ ing the water every 24 hours. (Utensils to be kashered may be brought to the Syna¬ gogue on Tuesday, March 25 th between metz
5-6 P.M.) SEARCH
night (March 25th) everything must be in¬ spected for chometz. A brocho is said and with light in hand, a thorough search made. Afterward "kol chamito" is said wherein undiscovered chometz is nullified. This must be understood and may be said in any lan¬
Chometz found during the search be eaten, must be kept in secure place. guage.
and any chometz still to
EREV PESACH: No1 matzo may be eaten, but cooked food prepared with matzo or meal is
permitted. Male first-born attend a "S'udas take place in the synagogue (6:00 A.M.). Chometz may be eaten until 10:30 A.M.; must be out of pos¬ session by 11:40 A.M. Before then, some matzo
fast, unless they Mitzvo." A Siyum will must
chometz is burned chamiro" is said.
and the second "kol
SEDER: Sh'muro< Matzos must be used three times at the Seder: for "motzi," for "matzo—with moror," and for "afikomon." Each time each person must eat a
"k'zayis" (approx. half a matzo). For moror, either ground, unprepared horse radish, or Romaine lettuce may be used. The wine cup must hold at least the volume of 1% eggs and the greater part of it must be drunk each of the four times. The Haggadah must be read (entirely), the story of the exodus told and understood (may be recited in any language).—Eggs matzos may not be eaten on Pesach. Only sick or aged persons who cannot eat the ordinary matzos, may use them, but not for the Seder requirements. CHOMETZ AFTER PESACH: Chometz which was in Jewish possession on Pesach
(Continued from page 1) thinking, that it isn't so, cannot simply wipe away what worries us no end:
General Brown. Car stickers: "We need
Jews." P.L.O. Bank boycotts. Pressure on Israel. Russia's abrogation of trade agreement. Senators' and Congressmen's re¬ ports of mass anti-Jewish mail. Lack of Middle East peace blamed on Israel who is expected to compromise security. Jewish business suffering from Arab oil squeeze. We have much to worry about. We have our "Jewish" tzoros. But we also have our staunch, unflagging optimism, our faith, our bitochon! In history's catalogue of Jewish persecution we recognize our record of strength. The exulting slogan, "We shall overcome!" adopted by an¬ other people victimized by persecution, not
Wussten Sie .
nach Kabolas Schabbos
Abend Mahlzeit einnehmen nicht erlaubt ist, vor Beginn
rxoch Kiddusch zu sprechen und eine Kleinigkeit zu essen, dass man ueberhaupt an Freitag Nachmittag nicht viel essen darf weil man mit Appetit das spaeter nur
Schabbosmahl essen soil? dass Tfilin erst gegen Ende von Schacharis abzulegen sind, kurz vor oder .
(Rosch Chodesch und Choi
haMoed ausgenommen), dass es verboten ist Tfilin bei ausgehobener Sefer Thora
abzulegen (Ausnahme 1. Tag Choi haMoed Pesach) ? dass jedermann verplichtet ist, woechgentlich die jeweilige Sidro zweimal im .
hebraeischen Text und einmal in Uebersetzung zu lernen, dass es ratsam ist taeglicht eine der sieben Parschios so zu lernen damit man bis Schabbos den Thora-Abschnitt beendet hat? dass nicht nur zu Pesach sondern stets bei Einkauf von Speisen auf Kasohrus .
ist, einschliesslich Backwerk und
wohl selbstverstaendlich sein
zu beten (und nicht teilnahmslos dazusitzen oder sich zu
sollte, beim G'ttesdienst
unterhalten), dass saemtliche Gebete gesprochen werden muessen, einschliesslich
Schlussgebete, dass weder AbTfilin noch sonstige Nebenbeschaeftigung (auch nicht Besprechen von Gemeindesachen!) Berechtigung sind, Gebete auszulassen, dass jedoch etwaige ausgelassene Gebete nachher nachgeholt Psalme und
This, and the solid truth: bxiw mw ptf" a1?! mr nan "Behold, the Guardian of Israel neither slumbers
preparations are three-fold: re¬ of chometz, kosher-shel-Pesach kitchen and dining room, and a proper Seder. Pesach
Removing chometz does not necessitate spring cleaning. Dirt is not chometz (though obviously unwanted). Cleaning of drapes, dusting out-of-reach closet shelves, washing carpets and upholstery may be meritorious but have no bearing on halacha. Chometz dishes must
fore Pesach but there's
(Continued from page 11) asked: When At the end of fifty days, he answered. Whereupon they began to count, e"ach by himself. Hence the rabbinic commandment of the Counting of the Omer nowadays, when we can offer neither sacrifice nor Omer, but only count the fifty days for the joy of the Torah." *110 t"*l
be cleaned be¬ need to do more
ordinary scouring. more risk regarding violation of Pesach in the purchase of kosher-shelPesach food, especially Matzos, than in cleaning. It's foolish to work oneself to the bone for unimportant matters and then eat questionable food during Pesach. Much too little emphasis is placed on the Seder. The quality of the meal (a factor of Simchas Yomtov) is secondary to> a proper, intelligent Haggadah recital. Rather clean less and study the Haggadah more. than
this mountain (Sinai), they will this service take place?
A WORD TO OUR LADIES:
COMMUNITY NEWS WHICSJ The
Inwood: A of
Jewish Community in Action."
Washington Heights-Inwood Council for Soviet Jewry
A report on the various workship ses¬ sions and the luncheon conference, at¬
highly successful Benefit Concert on December 7th, raising $3,000 for direct aid to Soviet Jews; 2) a community-wide Matzo-Campaign for Jews in Russia, supplying more than
120 families with Matzos for
community Soviet Jewry After¬ noon at Mt. Sinai Jewish Center on March 30th (Sunday Choi haMoed Pesach) focus¬ ing on the plight of Jewish Prisoners of Conscience (particularly Piotr Pinkhasov who* has been 'adopted" by our commun¬ ity), featuring Mr. Malcolm Hoenlein, 3)
of the Greater New Soviet Jewry as guest
speaker 4) participation in Solidarity Day on April 13th; assemble 11 A.M. on 68th Street
Madison Avenue for march
skjold Plaza. WHISP The Washington Heights-Inwood Safety Patrool needs additional volunteers for 3 hours once in three weeks as drivers and observers (with or without car); please contact
Jewish Community Council 568-
5450. RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS The Committee to Aid Russian Immi¬ grants (Jewish Community Council) cares for the needs of over 60 families recently settled in our area, conducting English classes for adults, tutoring for children,
providing jobs, apartments, furniture reli¬ gious orientation and articles counseling, special programs (Oneg Shabbos, Chanuka and Purim parties, community Seder), etc. Information concerning shomer Shabbos employment (all fields, skilled and un¬ skilled, full and part-time, men and women) is urgently solicited; please con¬
by delegates of our Congregation, in the next issue of HA¬
AN EXPLANATION Pesach foods may not contain corn or soy oil, corn syrup, dextrose, glucose, etc. Instead natural cane sugar approved mar¬
(Continued from page 13) remains forbidden even afterPesach. There¬ fore no chometz may be bought after Pesach from Jewish stores whose owners didn't observe Pesach properly, until the old supply of merchandise is exhausted. See
Jewish Community Council, 95 Ben¬ nett Avenue, 568-5450 (Monday - Thurs¬ day 9-4, Friday 9-2).
Community Conference Jewish Community Council took place on March 9th. Its theme was "Plan¬ ning the Future of Washington Heights-
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