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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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New York (JTA) - In Rio de
Janeiro, a statue of Jesus
stretches its arms over the
bay, an integral part of the
landscape.
Last year, the Chabad
Lubavitch organization added
a Jewish presence to Rio,
albeit for just one holiday,
placing a large menorah near
one of Rio's numerous moun-
tain tunnels.
In Rome last week, Mayor
Pietro Giubilo joined Chief
Rabbi Elio lbaff for the first
night of Chanukah in a
menorah-lighting ceremony
in Rome's Piazza Barberini.
In Hong Kong's Chater
Garden Central, a 12-foot
menorah has stood for three
Chanukahs, an un-
precedented event there. In
Rome, Hong Kong and
elsewhere in the world,
newspapers have written
about these "historic"
placements of menorahs.
This year in Israel, where
Chanukah was born and

where it hardly goes
uncelebraed, Chabad sought
to instill "Unity of Israel"
with the most extensive
festivities ever in the
organization's history, moun-
ting candle-lighting ceremo-
nies in every major Israeli
city.
The Lubavitch organiza-
tion, which has embarked on
its worldwide effort at the
behest of Rebbe Menachem
Schneerson, says it seeks to
place its menorahs in public
places to instill Jewish pride.
Leon Zelman, executive
director of Vienna's Jewish
Welcome Service, remarked
during a recent visit to New
York how Jewish and non-
Jewish Viennese were im-
pressed last year when Presi-
dent Reagan spoke on televi-
sion about the celebration of
both Chanukah and Christ-
mas, according them equal
respect.
"It gave us Jews in Vienna
such pride," said Zelman, who

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1. Dishonestly
gotten gelt
5. Measures of
length in Sfard
10. Yayin in Milano
14.Jai-_
15._with the past
16._ impulse
(yetzer ha-rah)
17.German Reb
18. Bernstein, to his
friends
19. English
composer
20. Third of Tishri
23. "_ Spake
Zarathustra"
24. Possessive
pronoun
25. Fast of _
28. Number of books
in the Pentateuch
30. Kesef in Munich
(abbr.)
33. Abraham's
zaideh
34. Other than you
35. 56 ACROSS
36. Evil character in
Swan Lake
37. Scott-Heron
38. "The _ Kid"
39. Movie theater
40. 10 ACROSS
41. Poker gelt
42. There are two in
Yehuda
43. Mahjongg tile
wind
44. Bimas
45. Trombanik (abbr.)
46. "_shalom
bimromay...
47. Fast _
54. Faithful (arch.)
55. Infer
56. Shlemiel
58. Sukkot or
Shavuot

59. "Enigma
Variations"
composer
60. Chaver from Nice
61. Patschke
62. Common sight
on 35 DOWN
63. Yene _ (world to
come)

DOWN

1. Oy!
2. One thousand, in
Rehovot
3. Zhivago's lieb
4. B'reshith of a
golf game
5. "A woman of _

6. Surrounds the
mem in ima
7. Object at a
chasene
8. Abraham
Flexner's wife

1

2

3

34. Protecting power
(var.)

5

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35. Temples'
destruction
commemoration
38. A spy with
Joshua
40. Parts of a
katschke
43. Vey!
44. Flowers
45. Jerk
46. Pianist Levant
47. Kills (slang)
48. Touch
49. Yiddishe papa
50. Shlump
51. Wrinkle
52. Home of Jewish
Mayor Emesto
Nathan
(1907-1913)
53. Cotton fibres
57. "- my PeoPle

9. Fall out of the
shamayim?
10.Calfs
11.Hebrew
12.Singer Simone
13.Holy land pilgrim
21. Not here
22. Went to Ratner's
25. Methusaleh's aba
26. K'tonton's
author,
Weilerstein
27. Becomes skinny
28. "... turns the _
into a flowing
fountain."
29. Ellis, e.g.
30. Lukshen, e.g.
31. Cutter
attachment
32. U.S. Jewish
sculptor, Chaim

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