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Neighbors

by Annette van de Kamp-Wright Editor of the Jewish Press Growing up, I heard stories from my teachers about Beirut, and how once it was considered the “Paris of the Middle east.” A city straight out of a Scheherazade-inspired fairy tale, with ornate palaces,...

Morocco’s Jewish heritage

11.29.13 Issue by Dr. Moshe Gershovich             This is part II in a three-part series about Morocco’s Jewish history. Part I appreared in our Nov. 22 edition; look far part III in the coming weeks. An Orphanage in Sefrou             The following morning we left...

Brooke Wilczewski

11.29.13 Issue Brooke Wilczewski, daughter of Allyson and Chris Wilczewski, will become a Bat Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Temple Israel. Brooke is a seventh-grade High Honor Roll student at Kiewit Middle School where she is involved in student leadership. Her...

Lee C. White

11.29.13 Issue Lee C. White passed away on Oct. 31 in Washington, DC, at age 90. Services were held on Nov. 3 at Judean Memorial Gardens in Olney, MD. He is survived by his five children, Bruce D. White of Irvine, CA, Rosalyn A. White of Berkeley, CA, Murray L. White...

Sue R. Serlin

11.29.13 Issue  Sue R. Serlin passed away on Nov. 18 at age 84. Services were held at Temple Israel Cemetery. She is survived by nieces and newphews. Memorials may be made to the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home.

Bess Bergman

11.29.13 Issue Bess Bergman passed away on Nov. 8 in Las Vegas at age 90. Services were held on Nov. 12 at Woodlawn Cemetery in Las Vegas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gabriel Bergman, and her three brothers, Sanford, Morrie and Ben. She is survived by...

Parsha Vayeshev

Joseph the Viceroy by Rabbi M. Kripke By the time I was in high school, our class in Talmud Torah was sufficiently advanced so that our regular assignment for each Sunday was the preparation of the full Sidrah for the following week. We had just finished the four...