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November 18, 1960 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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ling Deadline

sun er, along with rchaeolo-
gis from Drew University, Mc-
Co ick Theological Seminary.
and number of other Amefican
insti ions.
ed the
The
reign of A ime ec to the 12th
Century. B.C.E., came from
-analyses of --pottery fragments
• PEPPERED BEEF
found at the 'site over a period
• LIVER SAUSAGE
of several years. According to
• FRANKFURTERS
the announcement, the expedition
• CORNED BEEF
sought to "flush out" details of
Biblical history, by bringing them
• PASTRAMI
into context with known ancient
• BOLOGNA
history.
• SALAMI
This year's excavations re-
Dr. Dov Joseph, one of the leading personalities in Israel,
who was military governor of the Holy City during the war of vealed that the three sites men-
AT LEADINa DELICATESSENS, SUPERMARKETS & RESTAURANTS
liberation, is shown here presenting a copy of his book, "The tioned in the Bible—the house of
U. S.
Faithful City—The Siege of Jerusalem, 1948," to Israel's Consul Baal-Berith, the house of Millo,
INSPECTED
AND PASSED BY
anr
the
tower
of
Shechern—are
General Dr. Binyamin Eliav, at a reception at the Here Institute
DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
one and the same. Archaeologists
SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO
in New York.
EST. I
now have a good history of the
159 South Water Market, Chicago 8, Illinois
building, which was first con-,
structed by Hyksos tribes in the
Distributed in Detroit, Mich. By
17th Century. .The building was
J. M. LEFKOFSKY
finally captured by the Israelites
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in the 13th Century B.C.E.
"Farewell to • Fear" is the interesting photographs of
story of a woman's triumph her in action in this book.
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over the fears that emanate She went in for mountain
from blindness. It is the inter- climbing -and skiing. She did
esting account of the struggle what many considered impos-
Tomi Keitlen carried on against sible. She used as her credo
panic. Written in collaboration the admonition of Supreme
_ with Norman M. Lobsenz -and Court Justice William 0.
published by Bernard Geis As- Douglas: "When man knows
sociates (130 E. 56th, N.Y. 22), how to live dangerously, he
this well-told autobiographical is not afraid to die. When he
account of a woman's defiance is not afraid to die, he is,
of despair should prove inspir- strangely, free to live." She
ing to people faced by handi- made it a reality in her own
life.
caps in life.
Her devotion to her guid
Mrs. Keitlen was associated
Duchess,
her relationshi
for many years with the Anti-
her
daughter,
her fri
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith. One of the deeply mov- with people stand out
ing portions of her story re- that helped her in a
lates how she was visited by period in life.
Mrs. Keitlin says she
an ADL mall after her afflic-
tion. She had expected him to religious and had never
say that her services were no enced anti-Semitism, but
longer needed. Instead, she re- in her youth, a teacher passe
ceived the greatest encourage- an anti-Jewish remark she
ment of her life. She was told slapped him.- She was- expelled
that in spite of her blindness from school and refused to apol-
she could take as long as she ogize, demanding an apology
wished for adjustment, that from the teacher: Later in life
"your job will be waiting for she again went through an ex-
you if you want it." She soon perience involving anti-Semit-
returned to it, and kept it for ism.
Having conquered fear, when
some time.
Mrs. Keitlin dared to do she turned blind at 33, she
many things. She loved pho- states that she has never been
tography, and there are many .as happy as she is now, that
"never in my sighted years have
I led as purposeful an existence
Trumat Ma'asser Ritual as I do now." Her book is an
account of great courage.

. ......................

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, Novemb er 18, 1960

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iving,
issue of Th ewish ews will be advanced.
NEW YORK, (JTA)—
raphs must reach The
All news copy a
logical evidence rel. „ to the,
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, Nov. 18, for the next
the bloody I Jewish News by noon
Biblical descriptio
battle in 1150 . .E., which issue.
for that issue will be
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Abimelech,
revolt - in that
suppresse
, Nov. 2
incovered at
has bee
s deadlines are at 2 p.m. on
gu
ewish
cient stronghold eas
of the
eluding all organizational and
ay or news copy
in Western jorda
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Dov Joseph's Book Given Consul Excavations Back
Biblical History

KOSHER ZION

.11111MINIV

Tomi Keitlen Tel6 of Conquest of
Fear When She Became Blind at 33

Eisenhower Proclaims
"Human Rights Week"

Ritual of Trumat Ma'asser-
the offering of the tithe (tenth)
from the first produce in the
vineyards of Carmel Winery in
Richon Le Zion, Israel, is
under the permanent supervi-
sion of Rabbi Yedidiah Janow-
sky, representing the Chief
Rabbinate of the Holy Land.

AUGUSTA, Ga., (JTA)—
President Eisenhower appealed to
every American to "examine his
conscience, so that we may be
more sensitive to the needs and
worth of every individual." Mr.
Eisenhower made his appeal in
declaring the week of December
10-17 Human Rights Week, mark-
ing the 160th anniversary of the
American Bill of Rights as well
as the 12th anniversary of the
adoption by the United Nations
General Assembly of the Univer-
sal Declaration of Human Rights,
The President called for re-
newed efforts to achieve peace
and assure equal rights for all,
without distinctions based on
race, religion, sex or language.
"Let us remember," stated
Mr. Eisenhower, "that it is only
through free and responsible
efforts that humanity can make
lasting progress toward the goal
of peace with justice. Let us di-
rect our actions so as to encour-
age these efforts in every coun-
try by strengthening their foun-
dations in our own."

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