Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1968 Page: 4 of 40
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Hanuka 5729 And Conflict
This Hanuka, 5729 Dawns almost everywhere you turn today there
°is a conflict. Particulary in New York City which has the largest
! Jewish population in the world.
g Not that New York is much different from any large urban center
*”* in other ways. But everything exists to a greater degree in the nation’s
largest city. It is being assaulted by statistics of doom of crime and
□C struggle, black versus white, or unions fighting the battle of infla-
^ tion only to somehow contribute to it. The teachers srike, community
2 control and campus conflicts and recently the high school pupils (mostly
S black) roaming the streets and subways in protest against makeup
^ time, but in actuality continuing the fight agains the United Federation
• of Teachers, makes this all to appear as if it were happening in some
<j foreign and unstable country during a coup d’etat.
Q Is it any one human’s fault?
CC It is not Mayor Lindsay’s fault although many New Yorkers con-
^ sider him responsible for the surfacing of the problems. But, at least,
F* now the problems are visible, even if the solutions are not, And that,
^ despite the discomfort, in itself, is a giant step forward.
q As we approach this Hanuka, 5729, and look forward to future
Hanukas we trust that all men will learn the true meaning of this
jjj Festival of Freedom. We pray that they will join each other to find a
g solution to mutual problems with Shalom as tht basic common denomina-
tor. This will be much better than allowing conflicts to fester until the
to sore bursts into a holocaust that can poison everyone concerned, and,
^ alas, many who are not concerned at all!
Have a Happy Hanuka.
To Be Honored
By Dallas Zionists
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c/5 Letters To The Editor
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AT SHEARITH ISRAEL
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
speak and officiate at Sabbath Eve
Services 8:30 p.m. Cantor Sol Sand-
21 That was very good space for ers and the Shearith Israel Choir
^ the story on Mrs. Lozabnick. will chant the Liturgy.
'Thanks for all your consideration.
Marsha R. Porte
Dallas Hadassah, Evening
The Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
sored by Shearith Israel Sister-
Sabbath Morning Service begin<
at 9:000 A.M.
We were most pleased with the
response received as a result of
the exceptionally fine story, and
picture of our lobby display, which
you were kind enough to run on
Mrs. Sue Kollinger. She was selects
ed by the Women’s B’nai B’rith*
for our Award to a Worthy Wo-
man in October.
Thank you so much for telling
your readers about the splendid
work being done by Mrs. Kollinger.
Eari H. Holden
Citizens National Bank
AT TIFERET ISRAEL
Rabbi A. Aaron Segal will con-
duct the Services Friday, December
13 at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Max Wider
will lead the Melodic Interpreta-
Sisterhood will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat. Everyone is invited to the.
Social Hour in Katz Hall Follow-
ing the Services.
Rabbi Gerald Klein will speak
on “Can Judaism Be Brought and ’
Sold?” at Sabbath Services start-
ing 8:15 p.m.
. _ Officers of Temple Emanu-El
Texas Jewish Post Brotherhood will participate in this
Ed. and PuMbW.- J. A 4*ocKrfa Service which has become an im-
Editort *ona Witch, Dallas Managan Chat-< portant tradition. The Brotherhood
W***Rublishod .vary Thunday. , wil1 be hosts at a Sabbath recep-
Subscription: $4.00 par yaar in Taxos, tion following this Service.
$7.00 par yaar in U. S.j $8.00 par yaar Saturday morning Sabbath' Serv-
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CANTOR IRVING DEAN
Cantor Dean, ' educated at
Yeshiva University received his
musical training at Columbia Uni-
versity. He has given Concerts in
the Southwest and in Mexico City
for the past thirteen years. He
organized and trained his Syna-
gogue Choir at Cong. Adath Emeth
in Houston, which today is con-
sidered one of the best in Texas.
Most of the Liturgical music sung
by Cantor Dean and his choir are
original compositions by Cantor
Proceeds from this affair will
provide scholarships for worthy
students to enable them to attend'
the world famous Kfar Silver'
school at Ashkelon Israel.
A kosher dinner will be served
and dress will be optional with
tickets available at $18.00 per
couple which may be obtained from
any member of the Board of Di-.
rectors of the Zesmer Dallas Zion-
ist District or by calling EM 1-
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Mon., Dec. l6-Mon., Dec. 23
Purim....................Tues., Mar. 4
Passover (First Day)
Thurs., April 3
Shavuot .................... May 23, 24
(Friday and Saturday)
THE REGULAR WORSHIPPER eaten
a new world every day, a world which did
not exist yesterday, a bright new world
wherein the miraculous and the divine are
within his grasp.—Reuben M. Katz
a Ham Hanukali
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