The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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tiUewisti Flcndliai hi
and SIIOI Alt OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Volume 3 Number 28
Hollywood, Florida Friday, December 21, 1973
Two Sections
Price SI.00
Federation To Convene 30th
Annual Meeting Sunday, Jan. 6
Dr. Norman Atkin, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation,
has announced that its 30th an-
nual meeting will be held at 10
a.m. Sunday, Jan. 6. at the Hill-
crest Country Club, 4600 Hillcrest
Dr.
The meeting will include elec-
tion of members of the board of
trustees and Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration officers. Dr. Atkin will
also present the "President's An-
nual Report."
Robert Baer is chairman of the
Nominating Committee which in-
ADL Begins
Training
Program
The Florida Kegional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has introduced a
sophisticated human relations
training program for teachers into
the Broward County public sys-
tem.
Northeast High School in Ft.
Lauderdale is the first Broward
school to undertake the training
nrogram. which involves the use
tf filmed simulations of various
tension situations confronted in
multi-ethnic schools.
Arthur Teitelbaum, ADL region-
al director, said the initial train-
ing program will involve approxi-
mately 14 hours work for each of
the 117 faculty members at the
school, which has had a recent
history of racial tension.
Teitelbaum noted the training
program covers the full range of
intergroup relations problems, in-
cluding black-white relations, anti-
Semitism, and the difficulties of
Spanish-speaking students.
Dr. Stanley Kessel, chairman of
ADL's Broward Area Committee,
said, "We are particularly pleased
by the apparent seriousness with
which Broward school officials
have treated this training program.
"The school system is granting
professional credit points needed
for periodic recertification to the
teachers who are taking the train-
ing. And supervisory personnel
who observed the opening training
session tell us there is the real
possibility that these ADL mate-
rials will be used extensively
throughout Broward's public
schools."
Teitelbaum said similar ADL
human relations training pro
grams for teachers have been car-
ried out in the school systems of
Dade, Palm Beach, Hillsboro,
Pinellas and Duval counties. These
programs are part of the League's
comprehensive educational serv-
ices which also include the de-
velopment and distribution of
films and publications on Jews
and other minorities, specifically
designed for classroom use.______
ludes Mrs. Herbert Katz, Dr. Rob-
>rt Pittell, Nathan Pritcher, Mrs.
Man Roaman and Ben Salter.
Mr. Baer stated that additional
nominations to the Board of Trus-
tees may be made only in writing
and must be signed by at least 20
voting members of the Corpora-
lion and filed with Dr. Sheldon
Willens, secretary of the corpora-
tion, at least five days before the
annual meeting.
The recommendations of the
Nominating Committee will be
found elsewhere in this issue.
Mrs. Robert Pittell is chairman
of the Arrangements Committee.
All members of the Jewish com-
munity are invited to the annual
meeting and may make reserva-
tions by calling the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation office.
Dr. Milton Caster Chairman
Of Temple Sinai Bonds Event
Dr. Milton P. Caster has been
selected as chairman of the inau-
gural Temple Sinai Israel Dinner
of State to be held Sunday, Dec.
23. at the temple, 1201 Johnson
St., Hollywood, according to Mil-
ion M. Parson, executive director
ol the South Florida Israel Bond
Organization.
'"We are honored to have as our
first Israel Bonds dinner chair-
man a man who has dedicated
himself through his efforts on be-
half of our congregation, the Jew-
ish community, and the State of
Irsael," Rabbi David Shapiro,
-piritual leader of the congrega-
tion, said.
Dr. Caster, presently a trustee
3f the Greater Hollywood Jewish
Welfare Federation, is a former
member of the board of governors
A Temple Sinai. In 1970, he served
as chairman of the city-wide Is-
rael Bonds dinner in Hollywood.
Chief of Surgery at Golden Isles
Hospital in Hallandale, Dr. Caster
s a past president of the Brow
ird County Medical Association,
ind holds membership in the Flor-
da and American Medical Asso-
iations. and is a Fellow of the
m, miljon f. aura
American College of Surgeons.
Dr. Howard J. Fuerst, honoree
at the Temple Sinai Israel Dinner
of State, will receive the State of
Israel Masada Award.
Physicians Division Volunteers
Report Progress, Achievements
Dr. Robert Pittell, chairman of
he Physicians Divisions of the
;974 JWF campaign, recently
ailed a meeting of his volunteers
or the purpose of reporting their
jrogress to date.
Dr. Pittell said he was very
iroud of the fact that of the cards
eported the amount raised was
2,670 compared to $35,245 raised
jn the same cards in 1973.
The discussion of the volunteers
*as concerned with solicitation
techniques, redistribution of as-
signments and plans for the fu-
ture.
Alan Roaman, campaign cochair-
man, described the enthusiasm
engendered by the workers as
"infectious." Campaign cochairman
Stanley 'Kempner said, 'If we
could imbue the rest of the cam-
paign with the efforts and achieve-
ments of the Physicians Division.
ihe success of our present under-
taking would be insured "
Those in attendance included
Doctors Joel Schneider, Victor
Glazer, Jack Miller, Meron
Levitats, Fred Ehrenstein, Saul
Singer and Alvin Fisher.
Hallandale Jewish Center
Kindles Chanukah Light
The Hallandale Jewish Center,
with the cooperation of its Sister-
hood and Men's Club, sponsored
a Chanukah party this week. Co-
chairmen of the program wen
Marian Franklin, president of Sis
terhood, and Bcrnie Kramer, presi
dent of Men's Club.
The Chanukah message was de-
livered by Rabbi Harry Schwartz
The Chanukah light was kind!e<"
and blessings chanted by Canto)
Jacob Danziger and the choir led
by Helen Schwartz.
DR. NORMAN ATKIN
ROBERT BR
'Our Warmest Appreciation'
Our campaign leadership and the hundreds of volunteers ex-
tend to those who have made a gift since the Yom Kippur War
our warmest appreciation for your help to insure the existence
of the State of Israel and the Jewish communities of the world.
Though fighting has ceased, the economic situation of Israel
is desperate. Tourism, the second largest industry of the State of
Isiacl, is down to a trickle. Because the country's trucks are used
to supply troops, the fruits and vegetables are rotting in the fields
and on the docks. Full mobilization in Israel means that the men
who run the factories and the machines, and those who are dia-
mond cutters and merchants, are still serving their country, and
so Industry has come to a halt. The universities that usually open
after Succot are still closed. The faculty and students are serv-
ing in the army and the wage's of these people have ceased.
We tell you these things because as much as you have given
and as much as we appreciate your efforts, we want you to be
aware that more is and will be needed more than we have ever
dreamed of. The Jews of Israel arc flesh of our flpsh and Mood
of our blood. They are more than just our brothers. We know
that if you are called upon again, you will do what must be done
because you are a Jew.
The Federation received two responses recently which were
quite interesting. One stated as follows: "Dear Friends. My heart
aches not only for the loss of my beloved husband but for our
Jews in Israel and Russia. G-d bless you all for the efforts you
are displaying. I wish I could do more."
Another read: "Enclosed is a rent deposit interest check
which we hope you will forward to the Israel Emergency Fund.
Norman Atkin, M.D. President
Jewish Welfare Federation
Melvin Baer, General Chairman
UJA-JWF campaign
Kreisky Keeps Faith:
Closes Transfer Camp
VIENNA (JTA) Black-
mail threats by Arab terrorists
paid off as the Austrian govern-
ment announced Monday that
Schoenau Castle would be closed
after the last group of Soviet
Jewish transients leave for Israel
this week.
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky or-
dered the transit center closed
Sept. 29 in exchange for the re-
lease of three Jewish hostages
and one Austrian customs official
seized by two Arab gunmen Sept.
28.
FOLLOWING A worldwide
wave of protests against this de-
cision which was described by
Israel as a great victory for ter-
rorists, Kreisky said he had de-
cided to close the center before
Continued on Page 7
Zuckerman Summarizes UJA Mission's Findings
NEW YORK Summarizing the
findings of the historic lively
visit to Israel by 15 officers of the
United Jewish Appeal last week,
UJA general chairman Paul Zuck-
erman described the dimensions
of the Yom Kippur War as beyond
imagination," citing high human
and economic costs.
"It was most sobering to see that
Israel's people, in their 25th an-
niversary, instead of celebrating
achievement ana progress had to
fight for their very existence on
the holiest day in Jewish life. And
yet, in the midst of war ... in
the midst of battle more im-
migrants than ever before, many
of them from the Soviet Union,
arrived in Israel.
"Is there a better commentary
on faith and hope and courage than
these immigrants coming during
war and the people of Israel
keeping their doors open even
though their total concentration
was to defend themselves?
"The answer to what we saw
and heard is cle**." Mr. Zucker-
man continued. "The Jewish fam-
ily must rally behind Israel's peo-
ple. The kind of life new immi-
grants coming to Israel will find
depends on the Jewish people .
the Jews of Israel; the Jews of the
world, and particularly, the Jews
of the United States. The future
of the people of Israel our fu-
ture ... is the problem and it is
ours t oanswer.
"This Is not 1967, This is not tho
same world. But neither are we
the same. We have new maturity
and strength and commitment. And
if we grasp the full significance of
Yom Kippur 1973, we will under-
stand the struggle and the sacri-
fice and we win respond as
only the Jewish people can."


Page 2-A
* knit* fhrkSkMi "* Shohr of Hollywood
Friday, December 21, 1973
Campaign Leaders
Hear Col. Tichon
The leaders of Greater Holly-
wood's 1974 UJA-JWF campaig
met ia-t week under the chairma:
ship of Melvin Baer to hear Co
ATeh Tichon discuss the currer
situation in Israel, so that they, in
turn, may communicate then
knowledge to the entire commu-
n:ty.
Col. Tichon. who had left the
battlefront in Israel to come to the
United States, pointed out that
there are many definite economic
differences between the 1967 War
and the present Yom Kippur War
In 1967 the Army was mobiliaed
for twelve days. In the present
situation the Army will be mobii
ued tor a total period of at leas)
f.ve months, he said.
Mobilization means every" ablr
bodied man is not his job or
profession but rather is serving
in Israel Defense Forces. That
indicates that industry and fann-
ing either comes to a standstill or
that the very young or very old
attempt to fill in the gaps. The
rren of Israel are now workinc
twelre hours a day minimum in-
stead of eight, Col. Tichon re-
ported.
As the trucks and transporta-
tion a;e supplying the troops.
commerce if threatened, and the
government has just ordered 2.WM)
new trucks to be used for com-
merce. High school children are
delivering the mail and older re- i
tired worken are now back in
the factories.
The construction industry has
come to a virtual halt and there :
is now no housing for the new '
emigrants. The Israeli government \
has juit ord-jied a large number i
t house trailers to be used until
rmaner.t accommodations can be
ranged, be added.
The campaign leaders asked Col.
Ichon many questions and 00-
med information which they fe:t
ould be important in interpret
ig the situation. They declared
hat an attitude of "business as
ual" cannot be tolerated, since
le survival of the State of Israel
epends greatly on the amount ol
wney and support that we can
.ve to them.
Technion Chapter
Lnnckeon Plauned
The South Broward Chapter.
Women's Division. America* -9a- r
~iety for Teehnton. plan* a paid up
membership luncheon at 12:30 p.m
Thursday. Dec. 27. in the Gaiah-J
North Cub Room. 3001 S Ocean
Dr.. Hollywood, according to Mr>.
Louis J. Lavin. president.
The program will include a
Chanukah candlelighting ceremony
with prayer by Mrs Charles Harri-
son and current events by Mrs.
Louis Moss. The guest speaker.
Rabbi David Shapiro, will discuss
The Eternal Message for Chan-
ukah."
Reservations are being accepted
by Mrs. Abraham Zim. Mrs. Sol
G. Geffner. Mrs. David Garbelnick
and Mrs. Charles Harrison.
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Jan. 12th in M.B. Auditorium
The cost of -The Israelis Are
Toming" will give one perform-
nee at the Miami Beach Audi-
orium Saturday. Jan. 12 at 8:30
\m.
Most of the cast and production
taff are former members of the
sraeli Armed Forces. The pro-
1 mcer. Shmuel Fershko, is a
ormer member of the Hagannah.
ie national radio station "Kol Is-
rael."
ueula Gill, one of the stars of
he show, did her stint in the army
.fid DOW is recognized as one of
he greatest singing stars the
vcrld over. She :,ings in 16 lan-
guages, and has appeared in the
United States, Canada, South
America and throughout Europe,
in TV shows, night clubs and con-
ceit halls.
Her TV credits include perform-
ances on the Ed Sullivan Show;
frequent appearances on the To-
night Show with Johnny Carson;
the Steve Allen Show and many
others.
"The Israelis Are Coming" will
also feature Jo Amar. TV and
firm star: Yacov Nov. pantomimist,
and the Beth Torah Youth Chorus
The show is being sponsored by
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami.
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Jewish Welfare Federation
Nominating Committee Report
Article VII Section 4 of the Constitution and By
wood, Florida, states that a Nominating Commi
tion shall be aopointed by the President, whes
for the Board of Trustees. This slate shall be pu
tion at least ten (10) days before the Annual M
Trustees may be made only in writing signed
corporation and filed with the Secretary of th
Annual Meeting. No other nominations fo/ th
Article VII Section 1 states that the Board of Tr
and thereafter at each Annual Meeting elect th
President, four additonal Vice Presidents, Trea
ant Secretary. The Nominating Committee havi
following slate of officers and members cf th
Laws of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Holly-
ttee of at least three (3) members of the corpora-
e duty it shall be to compose a list of norrvnees
biicized to all voting members of the corpora-
seting. Additional nominations to the Board cf
by at least twenty i20) voting members of the
3 corporation at least five (5) days before such
e Board of Trustees shall be permissible or val;d.
ustees shall, at its first organization meeting
e following: President, President Elect, First Vice
surer. Assistant Treasurer, Secretary, and Assist-
ng been duly constituted and met present the
e Board of Trustees:
OFFICERS
KKE5IDENT ELECT .......... Herbert D kui
Ut VICE PRESIDENT Robert MBr
VICE PRESIDENTS MfTj.n H.' SJIJ
I. A. Durbin
Samuel Meune. DVD.
TREASURER .. A?.rnhRMm.n1,ter
ASSISTANT SECRETARY ................Sheldon WiTle^s. UP.M.
Morton L. Abram
Norman Atkin. M.D.
Melvm H. Baer
Robert M. Baer
Rcs P. Btcktrman
S Mrs. Frances M. Briefer
Milton f. master. M.D.
Lewia E. Coi.n
Herman Corn
Mrs. Carolyn Davis
I. A. Durbin
Arnold Finer
Milton Forman
Charles Friedman. D.M.D.
Howard FUertt, M.D.
JxtHi J. Gabs*
Allen Corflon
Ju'es B. Gordon
Robert W. Gordon
Dav.d M. Harris
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Jerome Herbert
William O. Horvitz
Louis R. Job*ove. D.D.S
Herbert D. Katz
Stanley Kemoner
Stealev Keeeall. D.D.S.
Paul Kopno
Morris Kristal
Jack I. Levy
A. L. Mailman
Seymour Mann
Jease J. Martin
Samuel Meline. D.M.O.
Maurie Meyers
James Fox Miller
Bernard Mitloff. M.D.
Jacob Mogilowita
Saul I Nitzberg. M.D.
Harry M Permesly. M.D.
Sam J. Perry
Mrs. Robert Pittetl
Robert Pitted. M.D.
David Posnack
Nathan Pritcher
Mrs. Alan Roaman
Alan RoiTsn
Harry Rosen
Abraham j. Salter
Mrs. Ben Salter
Ben Salter
H. G. Schlafer
Joel Schneider. M.D.
Joseph Schwartz
Jack Shaoiro
Joseph N. Shure
Mrs. Gerald Sieael
Gerald Siegel
Mas Sloane
Harry Stadler
Ben Tobin
Philip Weinstein. Jr.. M.D.
Sheldon Widens. O.P.M.
l^niH1^0! S6 ^,rish ^e'fare Fedecafion will be held on Sunday, January 6,
1974 at 10:00 A.M. at the H.llcrest Country Club, 4600 Hillcrest Drive. All members of the
Corporation are invited to attend.
Respectfully submitted,
Robert M. Baer
Chairman
Nominating Committee
<


Friday, December 21, 1973
+Jeistifkrkifor and Shefar of Hollywood
Page 3-A

V*
Elie Wiesel Addresses UJA's
1974 National Conference
The -unique-Jewish ability -to
overcome despair and face new
challenges with new solutions was
the thome of a lecture by Elie
Wiesel, noted author and poet, as
he addressed more than 2,000
American Jewish community lead-
ers durlng'ihe second day of the
1974 United Jewish Appeal Na-
tional Conference in New York
City, which was attended by Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Katz of Holly-
Wood.
"Jews have never before been
sin organically linked. If Jews cry
in Jerusalem, they move other
Jews Jo tears in New York. What
is Jewishneis if not that historical
Consciousness that transcends the
individual one?" Mr. Wiesel said.
j "Our memories are not born
With us," he stated. "Thus, my
young son is older than any of
my teachers because more of our
Jewish history preceded his birth
than theirs ... and our sadness as
Jews is special, transcendant, be-
cause it has a past; is rooted in
experiences taking place long be-
fore our individual births. When
Jews cry today, they are really

fUfWIfSEL
those Jewish children crying that
-lied thousands of years ago in
Egypt."
Mr. Wiesel's address was the
first of the newly-inaugurated
Louis A. Pincus Memorial Lecture
Series, dedicated to the memory
of the late chairman of the Jewish
Agency, a UJA-funded organiza-
tion responsible for a broad range
of humanitarian programs in Is-
rael. The lectures are to be an
integral part of each UJA Nation-
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come; each will feature an out-
standing Jewish personality cov-
ering a topic significant to Jewish
life and history.
Stating that the American Jew-
ish community has emerged
stronger than at any moment of its
history as a result of the Yom Kip-
pur War, Mr. Wiesel. whose works
include "The Oath." "Souls on
Fire," "Night," 'The Jews of
Silence," and "Beggars in Jeru-
salem," called upon American
Jews to look inward and draw
renewed strength from their own
resources.
Mr. Wiesel noted that he had
titled his lecture "Against De-
spair," because of his fear that the
jhock of the Yom Kippur War
nitially may have fostered a sense
of hopelessness among the Jewish
people.
"Here are some reasons not to
despair," he said. "Our Israel is
still here. Jewish solidarity is
stronger than ever and PURER
than ever. Diaspora Jews have
shown a heightened awareness of
their kinship with the people of
Israel. It is an historical fact of
our people that a Jew is never
alone. Alone the individual Jew
would have been lost a long time
ago. Judaism is a remedy for soli-
tude."
The essence of the Jewish spirit,
Mr. Wiesel asserted, was to reject
despair: "If a Jewish wedding
I procession in the street meets a
I Jewish funeral, the funeral must
stop to allow the wedding proces-
: sion to continue."
Illustrating his point that the
' experience of despair can in fact
i produce reason for renewed hope.
j Mr. Wiesel noted, "The Jews who
I went through the Holocaust are
| the strongest Jews on Earth. Oh.
are they vulnerable! But nothing
can crush them. They have al-
ready gone through everything it
is possible to go through. From
the strength they have earned
from despair, these Jews have
drawn new hope.
"Despair should be, must be.
overcome. Despair can be trans-
muted; it can become a tremen-
dous power. From this power.
from despair, a Jew can draw new
hope."
In introducing Mr. Wiesel, Mel-
vin Dubinsky of St. Louis, a na-
tional chairman of the UJA and
chairman of the United Israel Ap-
peal, referred to him as the
eminent spokesman of our peo-
ple," and one who has 'devoted
his life to eloquently transmitting
.\hat is at once his own personal
tragedy and the tragedy of the
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Volume 3
Friday, December 21, 1973
Number 28
26 KISLEV 5734
A Two-Edged Sword
A trip to Israel now?
Why not?
Or if not now, then start planning a trip to Israel for
the Passover holiday season, or map out an itinerary of
Israeli travel for your summer vacation.
This is the time to do it, as your travel agent will
surely tell you.
Too many of us have too often fit a trip of Israel into
a larger tour of Europe, the Mediterranean, or even the Far
East we went to Israel on our way somewhere else. Or
back from somewhere else.
The Yom Kippur War should have taught us some-
thing. It should have taught us who Israel's friends are,
and who our friends are.
To get to Israel via Paris or Dubrovnik is more than
ever an insult to Israel. It is also a way of supporting Is-
rael's enemies.
That is what the war should have taught us.
It should also have taught us that Israel needs our
support more than ever, and one great way of supporting
her is to visit her ancient sites and cities. Now, or a few
months from now.
If you argue that you would be doing that anyway,
argue with yourself a bit further. Cut out that trip to London
and /or Paris, and spend more time in Israel. That would
be a two-edged sword Europe best understands and the
Israeli economy would most heartily appreciate.
Just for Starters
The two European heroes of the Yom Kippur War were
Holland and Denmark, who refused to knuckle under to
Arab pressures.
But suddenly the Dutch were ernberrrassed by their
magnanimity. As the oil spigots shut down, they became
more and more vociferous that Israel should evacuate from
the occupied territories not as a part of a general peace
agreement, but for "starters," even before the Arabs say a
thing about what their feelings will be toward an independ-
ent Israel.
Now it is the Danes who seem to be changing their
minds. The defeat of Premier Anker Joergensen and his
Social Dernocrauc Party in the national elections will surely
weaken Denmark's longtime pro-Israel policies.
To make matters worse, Joergensen's defeat was de-
livered in the undertow of the election of six Communist
Party deputies to the Danish Parliament after an absence
of 17 years.
Just to underscore the turn of events, Scandinavian
Airlines (SAS) this week announced that it will cut back
flights to Tel Aviv in the weeks ahead.
A National Trait
Despite the anguish created by the Yom Kippur War
and the apprehension Jews throughout the world feel as
the Dec. 18 Geneva conference nears, there is a touch of
warmth that emerged from Israel this week.
It is curious that this warmth should have been found
and fanned in the death of David Ben-Gurion. One does not
often find a moment of satisfaction in the passing of a
great leader.
Still, when his will was filed in Jerusalem, the nation
was made richer by Ben-Gurion's stipulation that his home
in Tel Aviv and his extensive library be left to the country.
Also, he left his Sde Boker home and library there to
the Midrasha College he helped establish in the Negev. As
for his Private papers, any profits realized from them will
go to support specified schools and other educational insti-
tutions.
That Israel is truly "An Ha'Sefer," a Nation of the
Book, can not be expressed more clearly than in these stip-
ulations of the Ben-Gurion will.
But Americans have particular cause to ponder about
them at a time when their President SELLS his papers to
the people provided they give him a half-million dollar tax
deduction for them.
B-G Never Said the Expected
4C1N THE occasions that I met
with David Ben-Gurion, he
was tacky, irascible, difficult.
...Even thfe-Jast tune, ki J970 at
Sde Boker, his advancing age had
not mellowed him. I had gone
down to Suez right after the Rog-
ers peace proposal, and stopped
at his desert home on the way
back.
HE WAS angry about Israel's
handling of her post-Six-Day War
diplomacy. Later, the press re-
ported his objections in grim de-
tail.
And that. I think in retrospect,
is why so many people, myself
included, always came awav from
him firmlv convinced that he was
a sort of Scrooge.
The truth about Ben-Gurion is
ajmply that he kept telling us
tmngs we didn't want to hear.
In the era of the $866 million
reparations deal with Bonn, he
warned us that Israel, and Jews
generally, must come to change
their attitude toward Germany
this at a time when to speak
German or of Germany in Israel
was to invite mayhem.
TO SET an example, he invited
Konrad Adenauer to visit and
West Germany to send their first
ambassador, Rolf Pauls, who set
up temporary headquarters at the
Tel Aviv Sheraton in the shadow
of army machineguns to keep
irate mobs away.
Germanv was only one of his
projects designed to shane Israel
into a nation not a liberated
child of the ghetto petulantly de-
manding special handling and the
right to throw an international
tantrum from time to time fully
determined that other nations
must "understand'' and "forgive."
Ben-Gurion also:
INSISTED ON equal treat-
ment for Israel's Arabs and a
more realistic approach to com-
ing to terms with her Arab neigh-
bors, hence his anger about the
post-Six-Day War diplomacy
how many times, he once asked
me, when I must have sounded
like a Jerusalem chauvinist to
him, could Israel meet the Arabs
in battle and hope to come off
unquestioned best?;
Demanded a revolutionary
revamping of Israel's electoral
system it was this that read
him out of his own Mapei Party
and brought his political down-
fall a system that like the
French, panders to ghetto-men-
tality fractionalism and makes ef-
fective government cumbersome
if not impossible;
Repeatedly criticized the cos-
mopolitanism of his countrymen
who insisted on congregating in
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem or Haifa
while snubbing the large and un-
inhabited desert areas where, in
his view, Israel's real future lay.
THAT IS why he went to Sde
Boker himself, hoping that he
could be a national example of
the pioneer spirit of the original
aliyah.
"Intellectuals," he once told me,
"have a sense of the inferiority
of manual labor. But how do you
build without hands? Israel al-
ready has too many heads and
not enough hands, too many
thinkers and not enough build-
ers."
That, he said, would be the
cause of Israel's true inferior-
ity if the country did nothing to
change the balance.
Ben-Gurion was. of course,
right, as he was about so many
other things.
WHEN I first visited Israel in
the early 1000*8, young Israelis
would stare at the cameras slung
across one of my shoulders, the
binoculars and tape recorders
hanging from the other, and
smile with a kind of benevolent
contempt at what they obviously
regarded as a vulgar display of
crude American Jewish material-
ism.
Then, a decade later, before
the last war, thev would stop me
on the streets of the cities, even
in the kibbutzim, stare at the
same things, but with a look of

Mindlin
longing and outright desire, some
coming up to touch these things
for which they once felt nothing
but derision, asking how much
they cost and where they were
available.
"Someday," manv said, "I will
have these things for myself -
even if I must leave here to get
them."
BEN-GURION foresaw the
death of the spirit of aliyah. He
foresaw it all. That was the point
of his irascibility. And to fend
off the change in Israel's national
character, ho never gave up, even
at the end, demanding busy
hands.
He was a visionary with lion's
claws, a prophet with the willing-
ness to sweat, a hardnosed realis-
tic politician with the capacity to
poetize.
THESE ARE the qualities, in
this combination, that Israel's
present leaders do not possess.
Under Ben-Gurion, there would
be no rebellion of the generals,
no fault-finding marathon to the
detriment of the nation's emo-
tional stability, no prime minis-
terial confessions of responsibil-
ity and guilt for past failures
such as have wracked Israel since
the Yom Kippur War.
Ben-Gurion would never, as
Golda Meir did last year, visit tho
Vatican and declare before Pope
Paul and the world her astonish-
ment and awe that she, a carpen
ter's daughter, should find her-
self before the Bishop of Rome.
IF BEN-GURION had gone at
all, he would have taught Paul a
lesson in history. He would be
there not as a groveler in the
dust of papal brilliance, but as a
slightly grimy giant just arrived
from the splendorous workshop
of the prophecv of Israel reborn.
Whatever it took to strengthen
the destiny of his people that,
he delivered. Personal alligiances
were absurd to him if they stood
in the way.
Golda Meir, once "the only man
in my cabinet," toward the end-
became "that woman." When it
was necessary, he had even more
contemptuous words for Levi
Esbkol, his ardent disciple Moshe
Dayan, and the somewhat faded
darling of American Jewry, Abba
Eban.
INTERNATIONALLY, it was
the same. He wooed Adenauer
and even Franz Josef Straus,
whom I once met with Ben-Gurion
In Haifa.
Despite Nehru's professed at-
tachment to Gandhi's ~satya
gratra" (the forcerif love), a'phi-
losophy Ben-Gurion ardently em-
braced, he grew to detest Nehru
for Nehru's "neutrality" in the
Middle East not because it
failed to side with Israel, but be
cause it betrayed Nehru's pro
Muscovite feelings and therefore
his betrayal of "satyagraha."
And he was close with Gen. De
Gaulle, whom everyone else de-
tested for his narcissism, because
in the autocratic splendor of Jhe
Gaullist dictatorship. Ben-Gurion
saw his own characteristics ap-
plied to Israel the blackmail
threats that he would resign if lie
didn't get his way. the simulation
of a national grandeur which the
hard realities of international af-
fairs failed to justify.
MOSTLY, I suppose, what peo-
ple secretly disliked about Ben-
Gurion was that he was so unpre-
dictable they could not depend
upon his sweet word.
I have said something^ here
about the change in Israeli atti-
tudes from idealism to material-
ism. But that is a strange obser-
vation from an American Jew,
himself the quintessential ma-
terialist.
ON ONE occasion, staring
through my camera from his back
porch in the Negev to photo-
graph a magnificent desert vista
in the distance, I stopped Ions
enough from my concentration
to hear Ben-Guion say:
"You're too corrupted. Your
hands are too clean. Send us your
sons."
That is another thing he al-
ways told Americans who re-
ported to him with stars in their
eyes that they were Zionists as if
expecting some kind of reward
"You're too corrupted to under
stand," he would tell them. "Zion-
ism is dead. Israel is Zionism
reborn. We do not need the dead,
but send us your sops so that at
least they may live."
AND WHILE most Americans
went away from him proud that
they had been given the oppor-
tunity to spend a moment with
him, silently they were offended.
There were no sweet words he
offered them, and they wanted
to hear, no fancy speeches about
the partnership between Ameri-
can Jews and Israel, no expres-
sions of gratitude for their finan-
cial aid whose importance, of
course, he understood.
Instead, he spoke to all of us
like he spoke to his cosmopolitans
gathered in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
and Haifa. He potatod the way to
the future in the desert. Those
who refused to go, as be had
gone, Ben-Gurion labeled frauds.
He was a tacky, irascible, dif-
ficult man.
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Israeli Government Documents Syrian Atrocities
Following is the partial text of
the complaint registered by the
government of Israel respecting
violations of the etaeva Conven-
tion of 12 August 149 relative to
the treatment of prisoners of war]
perpetrated by the Syrian army in
t|H course of the battles on the
Golan Heights in October 1973: j
'The government of Israel here-
by submits to the International |
Committee of the Red Cross a|
grave complaint respecting crimes
of murder and mutilation commit-
ted on the persons of Israeli pris-
oners of war, officers and men of
the Israel defense forces, who were
taken prisoner by the Syrians in
the region of the Golan Heights.
These barbaric and inhuman crimes
of Syria's military forces consti-
tute grave violations of the Geneva
Convention of 12 August 1949 rela-
tive to the treatment of prisoners
of war,
MURDER OF
PRISONERS OF WAR
"After the Syrian forces that had
penetrated the region of the Golan
Heights had been driven back, Is-
rael defense troops discovered
proof that 28 Israeli soldiers, who
had been taken prisoner by the
Syrians, had been murdered in
cold blood after their capture by
soldiers of the Syrian Army. Par-
ticulars of the localities, and of the
number of murdered Israeli POW's
found in them, are as follows:
I. The bodies of 11 Israeli sol-
diers were found at the Hush-
neyah crossroads.
II. Seven bodies were found at
Hushneyah village.
III. Three bodies were found at
Tel Faris.
IV. At least seven Israeli POW's
were murdered by the Syrians
at the Israel defense forces
strongpoint on Mt. Hermon.
"In the light of the condition In
which the bodies were found, it is
clear that the Israeli soldiers were
murdered systematically and in
cold blood after they had been
taken prisoner: they were blind
folded, their hands were bound,
and in certain cases their legs also.
"The government oi Israel calls
upon the International Committee
of the Rett Cross to take at'once,
the necessary steps to condemn the
barbaric and disgusting crimes that
have been described, and to ensure
that proper and full protection be
extended to Israeli prisoners of
war. It demands that every means
be taken immediately to guarantee
the health, welfare and honor of
the Israeli prisoners of war held
'...;.....11.i.j:ilJ.. U
DURBIN CALLS FOR
AMERICAN PROTESTS
I. A. Durbin, chairman of
the Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Relations Committee,
has called on all its consti-
tuent organizations to regis-
ter protests against the re-
cent acts of the Syrian gov-
ernment.
His communique to the
presidents of all area Jewish
organizations states:
"It is urgent that you ap-
prise your membership im-
mediately of the atrocities
which have occurred and in-
struct them to send letters of
protest to the UN Secretary
General, and to the Presi-
dent, senators, congressmen
and the State Department.
"The letters, telegrams,
and cnblc5 should demand
that Immediate action be tak-
en against Syria, and that ef-
fective measures be taken to
insure that the Syrian gov-
ernment abide by the Geneva
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"The government of Israel de- i described in this complaint and
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that they give firm guarantees and honor the laws of war and interna-
issue clear instructions to ensure >onal conventions."
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letters to the editor
EDITOR, Jewish FloridUn-Shofar:
Mar.- -) ; '> t;,i--.'.- that ---
ing a Communist is the same as
belonging to a political party in
this country. It isn't.
Communism is a religion. It has
a god (Karl Marx). It has Popes
iLenin. Stalin. Mao.) It has Bish-
op* (Brezhnev in Russia. L'lbricht
in Germany. Husak in Czechoslo-
vakia, etc.).
Like all religions. Communism
thinks it is the only true religion
and like all young religions, it
wants to convert the whole world i
by propaganda if possible, by
force if necessary. Christianity did '
Hadassah Groups
To Re-enact TV
Show From Script j
The Legacy of Rabbi Abraham
Joshua Heachel." a conversation
between NBC correspondent Carl ,
Stem and the late Rabbi which'
was aired a year ago, will be re-'
enacted from the original script
by a panel of Hadassah members
from area chapters Thursday. Dec. .
2<. at 1 p.m. in the Home Federal.
Hollywood.
The Eternal Light religious pro-
gram will be read and discussed I
by Mrs. Sid Dulberg. Beach '
Group: Mrs. Esther Goldberg. Hill-
crest Group: Mrs. Florence Kudin.
Shalom Group: Mrs. Jean Grody
and Mrs. Etta Scheinbaum, both
of Hillcrest Group.
The public is invited to the pro-
gram which Mrs. Scheinbaum
describes as "an interpretation of
Judaism which serves as inspira-
tion and guidance in a time of
stress ... in an age when man has
become mobilized for mass tech
nological warfare. Rabbi Heschel
uniquely stood and spoke for the
dignity and freedom of the in-
dividual."
Temple Sinai Coffee House'
Young people from all temples
are invited to a "Coffee House,"
beginning at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
Temple Sinai in Hollywood. The
event will feature entertainment
and "exotic" beverages, according
to Marty Listowsky, youth director
at the temple.
the same and Mohammedanism did
! ;he sWrSe. They stopped when they
Christianity conquered Europe
jnd tried to conquer Asia and
Africa but couldn't. The time will
probably come when Communism
with what it has nowhalf of
*ith what it has now half ot
Europe and all of Asia.
Regaraing the Arabs, one must
distinguish between them and
their leaders. The Arab people
want the same things as all peo-
ple: enough to eat. decent medical
care, adequate schools for their
children.
The Arab leaders dream of a
time when they ruled an empire
-tretching from the Atlantic Ocean
to the borders of India aad China,
*me 1.200 years ago. Palestine
was included in that Arab empire,
and the Arab leaders want it back.
And. since there is no democracy
in Arab countries, the Arab lead-
ers can do what they please, in-
cluding going to war.
The important thing to remem-
ber is that there is no sentiment
in politics. Nations are for or
igainst Israel because they think
it is to their advantage to be for
MMftalfist rsrae*/*"' -' >'
There are no friends in politics
only enemies. In 1945 we killed
Germans and Japanese by the tens
af thousandstoday they are our
best friends. The United States
supports Israel not because of love
but because it can't permit Russia
or China to control the Middle
East with its oil and its strangle-
hold on trade between the East
and West.
Jews and Israel do not have,
and have never had. any friends:
what they have had is temporary
allies. The United States (or
England, or Germany, or any other
state) will be our friend only as
long as it is to its advantage to
be so.
We can rely only on ourselves,
keep as strong as we can both
militarily and economically, and
pray that we can hold out until
Communism and the Arabs de-
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with us.
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Meir Wins Vote of Confidence
Continued from Page 1
the terrorist incident because the
camp was a "permanent security
risk."
New emigrants from the Soviet
Union will be brought to a Bed
Cross station at Woellersdorf,
lower Austria, for a short one
day stopover before being flown
Gurion. It was resumed Dec. 4.
The Premier told her colleagues
that if it were not for the immi-
nence of the elections, she would
have resigned long before now
and called for a new election. In
a secret ballot taken hours after
midnight, the Central Committee
voted 291-33 in favor of Mrs.
Meir's continued leadership ol
the party. There were 15 absten-
tions.
Many members of toe Central
Committee were absent, either
because they didn't want to vote
or were too exhausted to stay, j
The vote came a half hour after
Party Secretary Gen. Aharon j
Yadlin, openly guided and j
prompted by Finance Minister j
Pinhas Sapii, avoided a headon
collision between hawks and'
doves.
THE CENTRAL Committee had ;
accepted a vaguely worded, reU-;
tively moderate 14-point policy
'Statement drafted a week ago by'
the Labor Party membership
including both hardliners and
moderates.
But those two elements differed
sharply over whether the new
statement superseded or merely
supplemented the Labor Party's
tough "oral platform" and the
platform plank authored by Min-
ister-Without Portfolio Israel
Galili and adopted month*! ao at
the insistence of Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan.
a specific program for Jewish
settlement and investment in the
administered Arab territories cap-
tured in the 1967 war. The new
document was less specific and
more moderate on that issue. The
14-point program was to come up
for a vote at about 1 a.m., when
former Labor Party Secretary
Gen. Lyova Eliav, an outspoken
dove, introduced a 15th point
which stated categorically that
the Galili document was annulled.
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-Jenisi-rkTiditor "* Sh**" Hollywood
Friday, December 21, I973
Pines Sisterhood Plans Family Party
The entire community is invited The event is being chaired by 1
to attend a "Chanukah Happen- Thea Millerman with the aid of |
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in the Pines.
Calling Mm. occasion a "family
party." the Sisterhood plans a
children's progiam and Chanukah
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Carol Abiainson.
The scene will be Fletcher Hall
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The singles group for adults
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The first will be. held Sunday
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and training. Absorption centers which are strained to
the hilt... and more immigrants coming daily. Aged and
infirm who need continual care. Homes that must be
rebuilt. Education that must continue. And more...
But it doesn't take much imagination to know that the
people of Israel can't do it all alone. They don't have a
cent to spare. We must help. With more dollars than we've
given before. With more than we can afford. In cash.
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+Jewist>Horictk*r ""I SWr of Hollywood
Friday. December 21, 1973
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Supplementary Income Program To Begin Jan. 1
The U.S. Congress has approved
a new program which, beginning
Jan. 1, will provide an aged, blind
or disabled individual with an in-
come floor of $130 per month or
$195 per month for a married
couple, according to the American
Jewish Congress.
In addition, it was reported,
states may supplement these
JVfV ost-Auxiliary Party
Jewish War Veterans Post No.
amounts.
The basic importance of this
program from our perspective,"
the Congress spokesman added,
'is that it will be administered by
the Social Security Administration.
"Webelieve that needy older
persons who formerly were em-
barrassed to seek public assistance
jr welfare payments at locar wel-
| St. and Alton Rd.. Miami Beach.
Thursday at 8 p.m. featuring a
candlelightin6' ceremony, snack
330 and Ladies Auxiliary was to : suppei. and enteitainment. Presi
ho!d a joint Chanukah party at | dent is Pearl Herman; chairman is
the American Legion Hall, 18th Pauline Lazarus.
A Happy Chanukah To All
EMERALD GARDENS FLORIST
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Phone 966-8262
fare centers will find the new pro-
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more acceptable."
Individuals interested to leam-
Security offices and request
I)HEW Publication Dumber (SSA)
73-11-10, "Supplemental Security
ing more about the program Income for the Aged. Blind and
should call or write their Social I Disabled."
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*Jcnsst fhredHar, nd Shofw of Hollywood
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ews In Russia
Need Our Support
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By FRAN NEV1NS
As snow swirled around them
on a cold Moscow evening, a hand-
ful of Sovief.Jews stood silently
demonstrating in Pushkin Square.
Surrounded ly dozens of scowling
\ KGB agents. Western onlookers
^watched the Jews, most of whom
are scientists wishing to leave the
country, take^ part in the eighth
annual Dec. 55>rotest against Com-
munist oppression in the USSR.
The demonstration was first
held Dec. 5. '1965 to protest the
arrest of writers Yuli Daniel and
Andrei Sinyaysky Since then KGB
arrests and harassment have thin-
ned the ranks of the dissidents,
but the protests continue.
This year's gathering was led
by academician Andrei Sakharov,
father of the Soviet H-bomb. The
scientist ha..s -been heavily criti-
cized in thicafcimunist controlled
i i press for recently warning the
United States against seeking
detente with the USSR which is
not first accompanied by demo-
cratization inside the Soviet Union.
Sakharov and his wife, who are
not Jews but proponents of human
rights for all Russians, have been
threatened with arrest, or worse,
again and again by the Soviet
secret police. But they are still
protesting, protected mainly by an
outpouring of support from the
West in the form if telegrams, let-
ters and petitions directed at the
Communist hierarchy.
Because they do influence the
Soviet government, protests from
the West are needed more than
ever today because the KGB has
just initiated a campaign to elimi-
nate all government opposition.
Fueled by a Wave of anti-Jewish
propaganda circulated in the wake
of the Yom Kippur War, KGB
men have swooped down on Jew
ish activists all over Russia ap-
parently under the belief Western
Jews are too occupied with con-
cern for Israel to worry about
their Soviet brethren.
Aleksandr Feldman, a 26-year-
old engineer from Kiev, was ar-
rested as he left synagogue serv-
ices within days of the outbreak
of the Middle East conflict. Feld-
man, a malicious hooligan" ac-
cording to the KGB because he
wanted to emigrate to Israel, was
sentenced, tu 3V a secret- trial, western sources
said.
In Leningrad, 38-year-old Shlo-
JK
no Rozin disappeared shortly after
le repotted being taiied by the
ecret police. Dissident source?
issume he has been arrested, but
he KGB have--said nothing, as is
>ften the case.
In Bendary, Moldavian SSR, a
..evinson (first name unknown I
""ill stand trial for "parasitism,"
i charge often used against Jew?
vho are fired from their jobs for
pplying to leave the country and
hen accused of sponging off the
late.
Leonid Zabeleshinsky (RSFSR
iverdlovsk K-67, Uralskaya 48, apt.
'9). who applied for an exit visa
n 1971, has also been arrested
md charged with "parasitism."
The 32-year-old electrical engi
:eer's wife works and earns more
than he does.
South Broward residents can
help these victims of Soviet op-
pression by cabling or writing
immediately to Soviet Procurator
General Roman Ruuenko (USSR
"^SR. Moscow. Pushkin=kav"
15A) OPSU Secretary General
Leonid Brezhnev (USSR, RSFSR,
Moscow, The Kremlin) in behalf
of Feldman, RoBn, Levinson, Za-
beleshinsky and others.
Remember, when writing the
Soviet Union the letter should be
iddressed in the reverse order
vith the person's name appearing
last.
If you would Jike to establish
nd maintain contact with a given
amily in the Soviet Union and
novide them with assistance if
necessary, call the Federation of
fice.
For further information on So
iet Jewry, contact Mr9, Robert
Pittell, chairman of the Soviet
lewrv Committee in this area.
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Chanukah Party
For Patients At
State Hospital
The annual Chanukah party
ponsored by the Twin County
ouncil of B'nai B'rith Women
Biowaid and Dade Counties) was
\eid for the Jewish patients Dec.
7 in the chapel of the South
Florida State Hospital.
Rabbi Robert Frazin of Temnle
>olel, Hollywood, conducted the
.rvices which were followed by
raditional refreshments. Chan-
kah "gelt" w?,s distributed to
ach patient attending the party.
Parties to celebrate Jewish holi-
ays are held throughout the year
nder the chairmanship of Mrs.
athan Kaplan of the Hollywood
'hapter. Mrs. Kitty Baumohl of
ie Sunshine Chapter is cochair-
lan.
Also present were Mrs. Lucille
kurow, representing Hillcrest
hapter, and Mrs. Rose Bernstein
f the HaUandale Chapter, and
heir committee members.
Pictured with Gen. Yitzhak Rabin (second from right) for-
mer ambassador to the United States who was in South
Florida as part of Israel Bond Maccabee Month, are William
Littman of HaUandale (far left), chairman of the South Brow-
ard Israel Bond board of governors; Leonard Luria (second
from left), chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds ad-
visory committee, and Robert L. Siegel (far right), cochair-
man of the advisory committee and chairman of synagogues
for the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Maccabee
Month, which was observed from Nov. 18 to Dec. 20, was
a person-to-person campaign to solicit individuals as
"Shomrei Yisrael," purchasers of a minimum of SI.000 in
Israel Bonds._____________
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+ A-HM fkrHlan **>** Hollywood
Friday, December 21, $873
Human Rights Day Program Draws 300'Colcf Floridians
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Approximately 300 area resi-
dents braved the (for Florida)
cold night and gave The Chosen
Children, a group of 30 young-
sters aged 13 to 18, a standing
ovation after their renditions of
traditional and Israeli songs and
dances Monday, Dec. 10.
The choral group was one of the
highlights of a "Human Rights
Day" program which included in-
vocations by Rabbi Avrom Drazin
and Rev. T. N. Tucker, and mes-
sages by Mrs. Edward Light, Mrs.
Edna Jacobs, Hollywood Mayor
David Keating, Rev. Luther C
Pierce, Sister Kathleen Donnelly,
and Mrs. Nathan Pritcher.
The evening event was spon |
sored by the Soviet Jewry Com
mittee of the Community Rela
tions Committee, an arm of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Excerpts from a tape recording
of a telephone conversation with
Soviet physicist David Aspel o'
Moscow were played, in which the
62-year-old Russian told of his
many attempts to leave the Soviet
Union.
The call had been placed at the
Federation Office by the Soviet
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>romised Dr. Aspel that they
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supplement his meagre income
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The audience was given post-
ards to mail to Russia, and peti-
ions were circulated calling for
he release of Soviet "prisoners of ',
onscience."
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Yeshiva Students Celebrate
Students at the Yeshiva Day
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A Happy Chanukah To All
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+Je*>lsti Fkridficir nd Shofar of Hollywood
Pago 13-A
>i Kingsley Writes Members Re: 'Book Month'
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In a letter to members of his
J>ngregation, Temple Sinai of
North Dade's spiritual leader. Rab-
Ralph P. Kingsley, has urged
He wider dissemination of infor-
mation through books.
"Every year around this time,"
ie wrote, "Jews celebrate Jewish
Book Montha. celebration that
las always struck me as being
peculiarly Jewish in its style and
Stress. What other religious group
Jits aside a period of time to do
omage to books? To men" Yes.
to historical events'.' Yes. To
4>oks? Hardly.
"Our Jewish uniqueness is in
jr love of the book. No Jew ever
i availed any distance without
javing at least two hooks with him
-his SIDD'H i prayer book) and
|is TANACH (Bible). With those,
|e was equipped to live Jewishly
igardless of where he was.
"In addition, he probably had an
abridged version of the SHUL-
CHAN ARUCH (Code of Laws) to
guide him in his daily practices,
and perhaps several books of short
stories by a current Jewish writer ^
to entertain him in his rare
moments of leisure.
"The believing Jew, you see,
identified books and learning with
his religious system, having learn-
ed from the sage Hillel that 'an
ignorant man cannot be pious.'
"Generations of Jewish intel
lectuals lend credence to Hillel':
admonition. Learning is a 'Jew
Robert St. John
Guest Speaker at
Beth El Dinner
Robert St. John, noted author,
news analyst and special corre-
spondent for the Jewish Floridian
who just returned from the Middle
East, was the guest speaker at the
Temple Beth El Israel Dinner of I
State Sunday at the Holiday Inn
in Haliandale.
St. John, wno flew to Tel Aviv
immediately following the out
break of hostilities on Oct. 6, is
the author of 18 books, including
biographies of David Ben-Gurion,
Israel's first Prime Minister, and
Gamal Abdel Natter, the late
President of Egypt, a distinction
held by no other author.
Honored at the Temple Beth El
Israel Dinner of State were Judge
Morton L. and Gladys Abram, who
received the State of Israel Masada
Award.
NCJW Party Will
Benefit Hospital
The Hollywood Section of Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will hold a luncheon and card
party at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 14 in Tem-
ple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.
All proceeds will be donated to
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jeru-
salem which, because of the war,
finds itself in urgent need of
antibiotics, medicine, and equip-
ment to care adequately for the
injured.
The public is invited to attend.
Tickets may be secured through
Mrs. M. Mendelsohn, 812 N. 46th
Ave.
ish thing.' Learning, especially for
its own sake.
"So buy Jewish books. Subscribe
to Jewish magazines-^The Jewish
Spectator or The Jewish Digest or
The Jewish Heritage for light
reading; MidsWcVam oh JiWfdism 'or
The Reconstructionist for the more
serious reader; or Sh'ma.
"We ordered a subscription to And reacquaint yourself with the
Sh'ma for each of our collegians,, Siddur and Tanach when we
and we use it in Sisterhood class, gather to study and to pray. It's
for its has something for everyone, a great experience."
Imperial Towers Meeting
features Chanukah Program
The meeting of Imperial Towers
3roup of Hadassah this week in
.he recreation room featured a
Chanukah program under the
haiimanship of Mrs. Fay Schiller
;nd Mrs. Benjamin SalUman; Mrs.
Sol Cooper, president, was presid-
ing.
Refreshments were sponsored
by Mrs. Sophie Block in honor of
ier 51st anniversary, and Mrs.
:.arah Gershon. who was celebrat-
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-Jelstnuridliar iW* Hollywood
Friday, December 21, 1973
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Community Calendar
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23
Israel Bond Dinner 7 p.m. Temple Sinai
Temple Israel Youth Commission regular meeting 7 p.m.
temple
Beth El JBrotherheod. breakfast seminar*, 9:30 a,m. ,
temple
Young Professionals dance 8 p.m. Temple Or Olom.
South Miami
Temple in the Pines Sisterhood "Chanukah Happening"
11 a.m. Fletcher Hall. Johnson and 78th Avenue
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25
ZOA regular meeting 7:30 p.m. Temple Sinai
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26
College student's brunch 11 a.m. Temple Sinai
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27
B'nai B'rith Women, Hallandale Chapter 1379 regular
meeting 12:30 p.m Home Federal. Hallandale
Federation Women's Division board meeting 9:30 a.m.
home of Mrs. Alan Roaman
Hadassah, Hollywood Chapter board meeting 10 a.m.
Home Federal. Hollywood
Hadassah, Hollywood Chapter reenactment of television
program on Rabbi Abraham Heschel 1 p.m. Home
Federal, Hollywood
Women's group of Technion regular meeting 1:30 p.m.
3001 S. Ocean Dr., Hollywood
Temple Sinai board meeting 8 p.m. Haber Karp Hall
Concert Hallandale Civic Center Fund 8 p.m. Fel-
lowship Hall. Hallandale
Young Professionals dance 8 p.m. Cypress Key Club,
Miami Beach
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30
Temple Sinai Minyan Club breakfast 9 a.m. temple
MONDAY, DECEMBER 31
Temple Israel New Year's Eve Party 9 a.m. temple
Temple Sinai Men's Club New Year's Eve Party 8:30
p.m. temple
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2
Victor Freedman Post, JWV Ladies Auxiliary general
meeting noon Home Federal. Hallandale
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MICHAEL EISLER
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Eisler, will be Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Dec. 22, at Temple Sinai.
ir to -it
HARRIS POLLOCK
Harris, sWi of Mr. an* Mrs^Peter
Pollock, will be Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Dec. 29, at Temple Sinai.
; Sinai.
tt ir
BARRY MENDELSON
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Mendelson, will be Bar Mitz
vah Saturday, Dec. 29, at Temple
Israel of Miramar.
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CHARLES BREITBART
Charles Randall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Breitbart. was Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 7, at Tem-
ple Israel of Miramar.
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ERICA and MONICA WOLFSON
Erica and Monica, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolfson.
were B'not Mitzvah Saturday. Dec.
1. at the Emerald Hills Country
Club.
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LEE COHEN
Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Cohen, was Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Dec. 8, at the Eden Roc.
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DOUGLAS DUNAYER
Douglas, son of Dr. and Mrs.
| Donald Dunayer, will be Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Dec. 22, at the Erne
raid Hills Country Club.
it ir a
DEBRA BRUDNO
Debra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Brudno, will be Bat Mitz
vah Saturday, Dec. 22, at the Emer-
ald Hills Country Club.
it ir it
SCOTT HUNTER
Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Laurence Hunter, will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 29. at the
Emerald Hills Country Club.
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MICHAEL BROUDY
Michael Robert, son of Mrs.
Nancy Broudy and Donald Broudy,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congr .'gation Satur
Iday, Dec. 22.
Michael is in the seventh gradi
.it John F. Kennedy Junior Higl
< jldSchool and has attended the
Harold Wolk Religious School at
Beth Torah for four years.
Michael will be honored at r
reception and dinner given by hi
parent! Saturday evening. Amon;'
the guests will be his grandpar
,'iit<. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Roth
man of Miami Beach and Mrs.
Ethel Broudy of North Miam:
Beach.
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At the time I am writing this we are preparing for the annual
I meeting of the Jewish Welfare Federation which will take place Sun-
day, Jan. fi. The development of an annual meeting may seem to some
to be fairly simple after all you have a mailing list and all you need
do is find a place to told the meeting and it is done.
Of course this is not the case. What should be the purpose of an
; jnnual meeting, especially in this time of crisis and insecurity? We
know that there are numbers of elements that go into an annual meet-
: ing a report from the president on the accomplishments and prob-
lems of the past year, the election of members to our board of trustees,
and the- election of officers. The processes for each of these items
is much more complex than meets the eye. Just take the mailing list
[ Thorn to invite has many implications.
First, all those who are members of the Jewish community are
| invited through a public announcement and then, to save costs and
time, selected people are invited who are involved in community ac-
tivities in one way or another. In preparing this latter list we are
finding that there are literally a thousand individuals or more who
're involved at a high level in Jewish community affairs. There are
jver 20 committees just within Federation alone. There are board
members of other Jewish organizations and agencies, of synagogues
ind community relations agencies. Thi? is the campaign leadership and
'here are invited and honored guests. The involvement of people in the
Jewish community seems to be growing by leaps and bounds.
How does one select people to serve on the board of trustees or
to serve as officers of the Federation? Do you select big givers do
*'ou select interested people who give according to their ability peo-
tle who you feel have potential to develop into community leaders
r do you select those who have already established themselves as
leaders?
Much of this depends upon what direction we see for our commu-
nity in the future. How independent and autonomous should the func-
'ion of the Greater Hollywood Jewish community be? Is it time to
'hange our name to something similar to the Jewish Federation of
>outh Broward County which reflects the area we serve? Should we
*f us or should we be working and developing a closer relationship
ith the Jewish Federation of North Broward County? Who we ask
'o lead us will, in a large measure, determine the direction in which
ve shall go.
Another aspect, of course, of the annual meeting is the president's
eport on what has taken place in the past year, and I think if we look
t our accomplishments and failures, because there are both, we can
ee the development of more and more people involved in more and
riore activities. We can see programs that were established that have
turned people on," and if we want to look realistically at our failure*
ach one has a reason for being unsuccessful some because the com-
munity was not ready others because of improper direction and
dministration. Yet. if we dwell on the failures we are completely
nissing what our accomplishments have been. Even the fact that some
eople are criticizing the Federation in both constructive and destruc-
ive ways, indicates at least that people are interested and concerned.
\nd the Federation will have to provide for this community the things
t needs and the things for which it is willing to sacrifice.
And so when we talk about the annual meeting it is not ju*t a
imple procedure. Nominating committees are working, arrangement
ommittees are planning, and with it all the future of this community
n the shcrt term and po*iblv even in th" long term is being carved out.
What we can honn U that our ladTs will plan and develop the
pst for this fomtnunitv a-- nd responsibilities ar great they need your support and encour
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South Broward Temples Celebrate
Chanukah-'Festival of Lights'
South Brow-aid temples arc cole- for the holy lamps of the temple
ft
batting ("hanukah, the Jewish
"festival of Lights." this week.
hanukah has a well defined his-
toHD and political meaning. The
event it commemorates occurred
in 163 B.C.E.
One of the Hebrew struggles for
religious liberty occurred in the
regime of the Greco-Syrian em-
peror, Antiochus Kpiphanes. This
background inspired the tradition
of the lights.
\ For the Jewish people, Chan-
likab symbolizes the victory of a
spiritual ideal over military and
political despotism. A handful of
Jews, determined to preserve their
faith and culture, openly defied
the overwhelming Syrian power
wWch oppressed Jewish monothe-
ism and its observance.
Antiochus ordered that the tem-
ple in Jerusalem be used for
pagan practices and that sacrifices
be, offered there to Greek gods.
I Jews, under the leadership
or Judas Maccabeus, rebelled and
fuially reconquered Jerusalem, ex
pUed the Syrians and purifirc
,th temple.
According to legend, all the o
had been defiled by pagan wor
(Uppers. Only one untouched
dagon of oil was found, sealed and
.lutlen away. The oil, which wa
nough to last for only one day
niiacu.ouslv lasted for eight days
Chanukah is celebrated by Jews
verywheie by lighting candles
very night of the holiday, be
nning with one the first night
nd two on the second night, unti
nally on the eighth night, eight
antiles blaze in the Chanuka)
nenorah or candelabrum.
Tm? -,. ii.mt''I"m i= ako a symbrl
of Judaism's belief in the gradual
ncrease of intellectual light an<
:ie siow, steady victory of spirit
al enlightenment over darkness.
The holiday is observed with spe
:ial services, prayers and hymns
in houses of worship, schools and
ionics. Chanukah is especially for
hildren: games are played, a spe-
lal Chanukah top called "dreidel'
. spun and children receive pres
nts of "gelt" (money) on th
urth day of the holiday. Specia
mcakes called "latkes" are tradi

Blue Star Camps' South Florida
Get-Together Scheduled Dec. 23
ir
Biuc Star Camps, founded
948, will begin its 27th seasor
.his coming summer. Divided intc
even separate age and grad<
roups for girli and boys from
to 17 years of age, the camps are
united to a.i enrollment of lOf
ampers in each program division
Located in the Blue Ridgf
(fountains of Uendersonville, N.C,
3Iue Star is situated on a 625
icre private estate with two lakes
hampers may enroll for four, six.
r eight weeks, enjoying all cami
ctivities from tennis to horseback
iding. from private Hebrew le*
Dns to exciting canoe trips or.
.o:th Carolina's scenic rivers.
Persons interested in more in
ormation about the creative am'
ositive Jewish programming ma>
contact the Popkins by calling tht
Greater Miami office or by writ-
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the new and exciting film." 28739.
Blue Star Camps' annual get-
together for the South Florida
area.Will he held at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel, Sunday, Dec. 23, at
2-l0 and 4:30 p.m. following the
Dolphin play-off game.
Announcement .if the gathering
fof former campers, parents and
Maff'as well a; prospective camp-
erf, was made by the camp foun-
ders, owners and directors. Her-
1 man.and Rodger I'opkin of Atlanta
and Hendersonville, N.C, who arc
spending December in the Greater
Miami area.
"We will show the new camp
film twice" the Popkins ex-
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arid again at 4:30 p.m following
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The Making of the Chanuka Festival: You are There
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
W^E ARE pleased to present
one of the most sensational
finds of modern archaeologists,
the accounts of the story of the
Maccabean struggle as told at the
time in the Judean News and Ob-
server, at the very time of the
occurrence of the events. The
papers telling the story were
found in a sealed bottle in an
old synagogue, unearthed at
Modin. While most of the print
has faded, except some advertise-
ment for babies' food, the ac-
count of the Chanuka story seems
miraculously well preserved. It
appears that the paper was sup-
pressed by the Syrian despot;
but, going into the underground,
copies were circulated surreptiti-
ously.

Gloom in Judaea
JERUSALEM Great gloom
pervades all Judaea over the
steady harshening of the decrees
of Antiochus, seeking to suppress
As the Judea News Reports It
the Jewish religion. The hopes of
some that, with time, the Syrian
ruler might become more amen-
able to reason and the appeals of
the population are now discount-
ed by the responsible Judaean
leaders. They contend that Antio-
chus is running true to the line
of Fascist dictators. As one of
them put it: "The gods of his
fathers he regardeth not. and he
regardeth no God but has raised
himself above everything."
The many victories Antiochus
has scored in Asia, it is feared,
will not dispose him to look with
any tolerance upon the little land
of Judea. At present, Antiochus
is more immersed in plans for
the conquest of Egypt. It is
feared that further successes will
make him even less disposed to
conciliate the Jews.

Dictator Suffers Setback
JERUSALEMThe long series
of conquests by Antiochus, mak-
ing him the dictator of Asia
Minor, was given a check when
the Syrian despot was told by
Rome to "pack up" and go home.
According to the story which
has every earmak of authenitic-
ity, as Antiochus was standing
on the battlefield in Egypt con-
templating the prospect of another
glorious triumph, the conquest of
Egypt, he was visited by Popilas
Lacnas bearing an urgent mes-
sage from the Roman Senate.
The substance was that Rome
desired Antiochus to abandon his
Egyptian campaign and return to
Syria.
Completely taken by surprise
and shock. Antiochus faltered, "I
would like a little time to con-
sider," he said.
For answer, PopUas Laenas
drew a circle about himself in
the sand. "Before I step out of
this circle," he told Antiochus,
"I must have an answer."
The answerin the affirmative
was given in the specified time.

Antiochus Vents Spite
JERUSALEM The setback
suffered by Antiochus in Egypt,
when ordered by Rome to desist,
has caused the Syrian ruler to
vent his irritation on the Judae-
ans, many of whom, it is said,
were sympathetic with Rome.
The soldiers of the Syrian despot
Continued on Page 2-B
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Struggles for Religious Freedom
Continue Even in Our Own Time
By PHILIP RUBIN
T^HE CHANUKA week, which Jews all over the
world are now celebrating for ei^ht days by
the lighting i f candles, by special prayers and by
the giving (if gifts, once again serves to remind us
that Jcw were the first nation kno^n to history
who pu: up a fight for religious fr-cdom and
won.
Chanuka celebrates the revolt led by Judas
Maccabcj.- and his four brothers in the year 165
B.C.E., more fian 2,000 years ago, against the
tyrannical Greek-Syrian king, Antiochus Epiph-
anes, who was then ruling Palest)m and wanted
to impost Greek pagan rites upon the .lews and
destroy 'heir own monotheistic religion. One of
Continued on Page LIB


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***/** ricrHitr "d Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, December 21, 1973
The Making of the Chanuka Festival: Yon are There
C*atiawc been let loose in Judaea,
looting th* Temple and killing
men, women and children jndis-
mminateiy Going farther in h-
rampaien for the suppression of
Antiochus ha- set up
-e and ordered the
Judaeans to worship their.. The
Pnests bjm bevn ordered to eat
>-ine flesh.

Maccabeaus Resist Decrees
JERUSALEM Organized re-
-i-tanie to the dictates of Anti-
x-hus is growing The beginning
#t the movement was in the bttle
own of Modin. thirty miles north
if Jerusalem, when the emissary
>t Acuochus appeared, command-
jos the Judaeans to worship the
.mage of a pig set up in the mar-
ket place. When one Judaean,
ibeying the order, prostrated
himself, the aged priest Matta-
"luas. appioachcd and slew him.
Hil m, armed wi.h knives, fell
>r. the soldiers, overwhelming
... Crying whoever is zealous
I for the Lord, follow us." They
-oon had a considerable force of
volunteer- and reports from all
B'nci B'rith Loooching Drive
B'nai B'rith has announced a
I ob l.zation of its 500.000 man
nman and youth power in a cam-
paign to help consene- power in
the midst of an unpiecedented
inergy crisis.
The organization's Commission
parts of the country indicate
HI to their forces.

Jadah Matcaaeaas Sacseeds ,
JERUSALEMWord here from
Modin is that the aged M
thias. who launched the resisance
n.o'.ement to Antiochus. has died.
His last words to his sons were:
"Be >e zealous for the Torah and
give your lives for the Covenant
of your fathers. Be valiant and
show yourself men Fear not
death: for if ye die in the battle,
ye shall receive reward.''
The leadership has passed to
his son. Judas Maccabeus He is
described as a lamb in peace but
i lion on the battlefield It is
expected that, until his forces
are augmented, ne will continue
the guerrilla activities of his
father, which were attended with
so much succe--

Plans to sell Jews
JERUSALEMDetermined up-
on the total extermination of the
Judaean nation and people. Gen-
era] Gorsius. chief of command
of the forces of Antiochus. has
invited Uave dealers to come to
the next battle. All survivors of
the battle are to be sold into
slavery. The slave dealers were
To Conserve Energy
on Community and Veterans Serv-
ices, headed by E. Albert Pallot
of Miami, met in Executive Session
but weekend in New York and
drafted a program aimed a' using
.he volunteer army of men. women
and teenagers to bring the message
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told to bring their money for ;he
purchase of stares and aiso the
shack.es to bind them.
Th. enemy genera! expects the
next battle to finish of! Judas
Maccabeus With extra large
forces under his command, he is
MBremelji coniident of -uc; -
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Juiiah Scores Triumph
JERUSALEM Judah Macca-
beus scored a triumph today
which will no doubt go down in
the annals of time as one of the
decisive battles of history.
Arriving with great confidence
at the expected battle scene, the
Syrian commander was surprised
to find no sign of the Judaean
forces. He is said to have re-
marked that "old Judah Macca
beus has chickened out and fled."
But Judah Maccabeus had out-
fitted him Marching his army
to the rear of the Syrian forces,
his men began to pummel the
f-nemy creating great confusion
.and completely disorganizing the
forces of Antiochus. The Syrian
foice-. in a panic, tu.ned on their
heels, running as fast as theii
legs would take them, and the
slave dealers who had come to
take the Judaeans into slavery in
order to run a- last as possible
ciroppec their money belt;
The victory of the Judaean- is
complete Entering the Temple.
Judah Maccabeus founci it had
been despoiled of all but .-.-.
candle. He kindled it arid pr,
claimed the feast of Chanuka. en-
joining that thereafter the holi-
day be marked b> kindlin; Chan-
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"^JenlS* nnrSrlinr and Shofar of Hollywood
J>
In What Order Should Candles be Lit?
Page 3-B
By AAROX RIMON
JHE SAGES of the Talmud, wo arc told, de-
bated the question, of the Chanuka candles.
Beth Shamai. the more conservative school
held to the view that on the first night of Chan-
-uka.-all eight candles should be lit progessively
reduced by one on each succeeding night. This
was in accord with the doctrine of the Beth Sha-
mai, which stated that Israel must always look
back to the old as the time of greatest splendor.
Beth Hillel, however, held to the contrary
view. On the first night of Chanuka one candle
should be lit and on each succeeding night an-
other candle added, as the house of Hillel be-
lieved that Israel must always look to the future
as the time of its greatest glory.
THE ADOPTED rule is in accordance with
the liberal school of Hillel; that the past however
great that past was, is to be eclipsed in the future.
The doctrine of Hillel is radical. Israel has wit-
nessed many great miracles. The Bible and the
prayer book recite the stories of these miracles
of the past. Yet Hillel, the great man among the
rabbis of 2,000 years ago, went so far as to sug-
gest jhat they were to be outdone in the future.
And indeed the course of history seems to
suggest that man is ever witnessing developments,
one more miraculous than the other. We talk or
laser beams-of light performing surgery", of reach-
ing the moon and what not. We are told that
these are not miracles but the works of science
but is that more than a matter of terminology?
Eliyahu ha-Navi, I he mystic of old, said he
could in several steps traverse the whole space of
I he earth. Xow science contemplates such reli-
gious visions as possibilities. Either we must con-
clude that science has an element of the religious,
or religion an element of science.
HOW SHALL we explain the miracle of (he
Maecabean victory? Was it due to science or re-
ligion? Here were a small number of Jews facing
the dictator of Asia Minor, equipped with the
most expert war instruments of his time.
The Jews seemed about to be wiped out. But
in a little obscure town some 20 miles from Jeru-
Mlem, there was a devoted Jew. Mattathir.s, who
raised the banner of resistance. He but lit a
srfall candle and the enemy was done for. The
weak made strong and the strong made weak.
One little candle may light another, observed
the rabbis of old.
We have witnessed in our own day a miracle
equaling that of the glorious Maccabean victory.
Some might even say that in accordance with the
doctrine of Hillel, that it even transcends it. A
whole host of nations this time, abetted by the
powerful Kremlin state, sought the destruction of
Israel. But God has not ceased to work miracles.
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JewMfhrkfiar -nd Shof.r of Hollywood
Friday, December 21, 1973
By YISBAEL ZAMIR
y^OV MEET them everywhere,
on the roads, at soft-drink
kiosks, at telephone booths. Their
tone is the same; they're tired,
they're sad, they're nerve wrack-
ed. They want to forget what
happened in the Yom Kippur
war, but without success.
It all comes up again, the pic-
tures of the battlefront hold
them by the throat as it were,
and threaten to strangle. They
Modern Maccabees: Again
They Fight for Freedom
In Yom Kippur War
all had traumatic experiences
some to a greater, others to a
lesser degree. If you pose ques-
tions the answers are cynic, pain-
ful, bitter. Never before had
there been such mournful, such
melancholy victors! They lament
the pYice of victory.

"THE* GOl hold of me in the
midst of the 'Ashamnu' confes-
sion. I was in the synagogue on
Yom Kippur when I received the
call. I quickly folded my talit,'
whispered 'shalom' to 4ny father
and left. I was among the-fir^t
to reach the unit. Only, three had
arrived before me. We were hs-
signed to a tank, and we left to
load it with ammunition.
What did I do there? I fired
like a madman. I did not get out
of my tank for a whole week,
nor did I have a moment's sic p
We kept on firing, switching po-
sitions and at night refueling an>l
stocking shells. I could nevt r
Two Israeli officers speak to Arabs on the west bank of the
Suez Canal.
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Page 5-3
An Israeli soldier gives water to a thirsty Syrian.
have believed that a man could
exist for seven days without sleep
or food. There was simply no
time to eat or sleep. I saw the
enemy through the sights of our
cannon. When any of their tanks
caught fire, I felt glad; I knew
that we had scored a 'bull.'
"No, we had never established
personal contacts with the enemy.
One time we halted beside a
group of Syrian prisoners. I'm a
university graduate in Oriental
studies and- have a fairly good
knowledge of Arabic. I asked
them: 'Why are you fighting?'
They replied: They robbed our
brethren of their land.' Someone
also said something about the
Palestinians and the refugees.
No, I don't hate them. But 1
knew that no amount of explana-
tion could bridge the gap between
us.
"THEY LOOKED so forlorn
Some of them were wounded.
Two medical orderlies and a doc-
tor treated them. I heard over
the radio that a helicopter had
been summoned to take them to
hospital. For a moment I toyed
wilh the idea of asking one of
them;. If we had been wounded,
would you -have treated as like
i this? But Uheld back.
"I fought in the Six-Day War
Then the war had a deep senti-
mental and traumatic significance
for me. When we liberated Gilgal
or Givon or when we passed
through the Valley of Dotan, I
heard a flutter of the wings of
history. Don't get me wrong, this
is not a religious sermon. I didn't
feel that we conquered territory:
I felt a reunion with my own
people. This time its different.
The Syrian territory we con-
quered is just empty, rocky ter-
rain with signs here and there of
unimaginable penury of the Syr-
ian peasants.
"What troubles me, you ask?
Everything. The war. The ter-

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fact that we were caught unpre-
pared, the lack of sufficient warn-
ing. I have a wife and two daugh-
ters at home. They are in need
of support. This worries me no
little. The 'regulars' run to the
hospitals to their comrades; we,
to our homes, to our families.
"We had an argument here
with someone who said we didn't
do enough for peace, that when-
ever they stretched out their hand
in peace, we rejected it. Such
talk sets my blood boiling."
HIS BEARED face, suddens-
grew somber. His fists were
clenched. "Here our boys gave
everything, whatever they held
most dear, and here is one who
accuses us. When I heard Mcir
Wilner speak in the Knesset, I
felt like emptying my gun into
him. I would like to invite all
these 'wisecracks' into my tank
which was hit twice by enemy
shells, and to this day has stains
of my comrades' blood on its
walls. This sight, maybe, would
make them a little more balanced.
"Was I afraid? Of course I
was. You sit in a tank, and all of
a sudden four MIG's swoop down
upon you. What did I do? I fired.
No, I didn't hit them, but they
missed, too. The fear of death
was not so terrible as the
thoughts about the wife, the chil-
dren, the parents.
"1 contacted my home for tne
first time two days ago. When
my wife heard my voice over the
telephone, she began to sob hys-
terically. 1 couldn't stop. her. Alt
the time that brave woman of
mine had kept control of herself.
This time I couldn't calm her
down. Suddenly I found myself
weeping together with her. Why?
What for? I don't know. There
were enough reasons to sob. The
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^Jetfist1 FhridHirtr nd Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. December 21. 1973
Propaganda as Weapon in Latest Battle Against Israel
By MORTON M. ROSENTHAL
IN TI1KIR i-ffort to undermine
*wha. was generally pro-Israel vote
of Latin American countries in the
United Nations before the Yom
Kipinir war. the Arabs have for
more than a decade been engaged
in a well financed professional
propaganda camDaign.
Arab League offices in Buenos
Aires. Santiago. Rio de Janeiro
and Mexico City, working in coop-
eration with Arab embassies in the
capital cities, have aimed their
propaganda lines at all sectors of
society including the large Arab
population in Latin America which
has lived and worked amicably
with Jews for many decades.
HAVING
resalts with
Arabs have
proech to w
legiance of
ernments -
agreement*,
efforts at
the goal is
achieved only minimal
overt propaganda, the
adopted a new a th-
inning the political al-
Latin American gov-
- advantageous trade
Aiming their initial
Argentina and Brazil,
to persuade the two
'But support for Israel
has been weakening
since 1970 as a'Third
World' philosophy,
which paints Israel as
an arm of 'United
States imperialism,'
gains ground in the
southern hemisphere.
Now, Juan Peron has
made it clear that Ar-
gentina will be close-
V allied to the 'Third
World.'"

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Latin American countries to adopt
a pro Arab stance.
If they*.succeed in this, or even
in neutralizing Argentina and Bra-
ziL they may seriously undermine
Israel's already weak political po-
sition in the UN. For if Argen-
tina and Brazil shift their positions
on Israel, other Latin American
states might follow their lead.
Israel has maintained diplomatic
relations with all of the 24 Latin
American countries. The Latin
American vote is crucial because
in 1970, as in 194, more than half
of the votes supportive of Israel's
position in the I'sited Nations
came from Latin American coun-
tries. The voting pattern in the
General Assembly illustrates the
vital importance of the Latin Amer-
ican governments.
[ OF THE seven countries that
voted with Israel on even- issue,
four were from Latin America.
Ten of the 19 countries that sup-
ported Israel in rejecting the bi-
- ased report of the special commit-
tee to investigate Israeli practices
in occupied territories were Latin
American nations.
Eight Latin American states
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which deplored continued occupa-
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Moreover, except for Cuba and
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But support for Israel has been
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imperialism." gains ground in the
southern hemisphere. Now, Juan
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gentina will be closely allied to
the "Third World," which includes
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*>/.#?'' fyoridiftll "d Shofsr of Hollywood
Paq 7.B
I
V
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Vab states and other developing
nations.
HE BEGAN a new diplomatic
and economic strategy for Argen-
tina following the March 11 elec-
tion victory of Hector Campora
and other Peronist candidates in
the first national election held in
that country in nearly 10 years.
PerOD may use the Arab govern-
ments as a key vehicle for redeem-
ing his coalition's election cam-
paign promise to revive Argentina's
deteriorating economy, which has
been beset by a loss of investment
capital due to rampant inflation
(76 per cent in the last 12 months)
and political instability.
1 he Arab states, with a popula-
tion in excess of 100 million, are a
potential export market for prod-
ucts of Argentina's farms and fac
tor.es. Moreover, the oil-producing
cpuntries are also a potential
spurcc of desperately needed in-
vestment capital.
: I'eron and then Vice President-
elect Vicente Solano Lima met with
eight Arab ambassadors in his man-
sion April 6 to announce "Opera-
tion Arab World." The ambassa-
cfoi s from Algeria. Iraq, Kuwait
Ijobanon. Libya, Saudi Arabia,
wria and Tunisia reaffirmed
'*he friendshiD of the Arab world
fbr Argentina" and invited Peron
to visit their countries.
. THE ftBCOND phase of -'Opera-
lion Arab" World" began Apr. 25
when Peron dispatched Dr. Faysal
K. Noufouri, an expert in politica'
pence and the Consul of Kuwait
it) Buenos Aires, on a six-week
special mission to Arab capitals.
j Noufouri, an Argentine citizen
who emigrated from Syria 35 years
act>~~vn* Instructed to promote di-
rect trade between Argentina and
the Arab countries, to procure In
Vestment capital, organize Argcn
tine-Arab companies for the pro-
duction and marketing of Argen-
tine petroleum, and establish per-
manent routes to the Arab world
fbi Aerolineas Argentina* and for
HI. MA. the Argentine national
flipping and air lines.
, According to news reports. Nou-
fouri will also promote Syrian
as a "bridge" between South Amer-
Lebanese emigration to Argentina
lea and the Arab world.
Noufouri was nuoted as spying.
'T\Ve are going to strengthen the
traditional links of blood and
friendship which exist between
Arab countries and South America
in general, and with Argentina in
particular, in order to complete
the formation of the Third World"
iQi.l conclude mutual collaboration
fbr defense against common en-
emies,'
WHILE ARGENTINA seeks to
negotiate trade deals with the
Arabs in the next few years, Bra-
zil has already consummated large-
spale agreements. Brazil's govern-
rhent-owned oil firm, Pelrobras,
arid its international subsidiary.
Braspetro. recently signeel an agree-
ment with the Egyptian General
Petroleum Corporation which gives
Braspetro rights to prospect for
oil in a promising area of 12.500
square kilometers. The Brazilians
will provide about S10 million in
financing and, if they find oil, will
get 50 per cent of the profits. This
is the first time that Egypt has
made a 50-50 arrangement with
any oil company.
Braspetro has also completed ne-
gotiations with Sonatrach, the Al-
gerian oil company, making it the
Algerian eompanj's sales agent in
South America. In addition, the
Brazilians have completed agree
ments with the Iraq National Oi>
Companv. With these deals con
eluded and other large-scale oil
agreements with other nations still
being negotiated. Brazil is cmcri
ing as an Important factor in the
international oi' market.
.A Brazilian-Egyptian trade agree
ment signed in Cairo last January
by Brazilian Foreign Itinistei
Mario Gibson Ba.boza was an
npunccd in a joint statement with
Egyptian Foreign Minister Mo-
hammed Hassan el-Zayyat. The
two officials expressed satisfaction
at the signing of the agreement to
crease the volume of trade be
tween the two countries. Uncx
pectedly. their statements also re-
ferred to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Citing the present situation in
the Middle East as a threat to
the Middle East, the Brazilian for
eign minister called for implemen-
tation of UN Resolution 242.
which lays down the framework
of principles for peace in the Mid-
dle East. Because both Israel and
Arab states have accepted this res-
olution, with important (infer-
ences as to its interpretation, Bar-
boza's statement also lent itself
to varied interpretation. Some Bra-
zilian newspapers said he called
for an endorsement of the Arab
position. The Feb. 7 edition of
"Opiniao," which often reflects a
pro-Arab point of view, said that
Brazil has, without saying it openly,
come close to the position accepted
by the Arabs and refused by the
Israelis ." The paper suggested
that Barboza's statement was a care-
fully planned move linked to Bra-
zil's interest in Arab oil and the
vast Arab market.
"With these deals
concluded and other
large-scale oil agree-
ments with other na-
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The first Brazilian trading com-
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Uniao-Triad, was recently orga-
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the biggest financial and industrial
conglomerate in the Middle East,
and two Brazilian groups Uniao
and Sadina,
SEVERAL .RECENT announce- These developments make Is-
ments indicate that other energetic rael's Position in the wake of the
steps are being taken to lap that Yom Kippur war more precarious
Arab market. Monetary authorities than ever,
in Brazil recently approved a plan
to link Brazilian capital with Com- ummuat u mciuiun <
. r, MORTON M. ROSENTHAl is director of
Dagme Arabe et Internationale
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JmisHkridiar. "d Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. December 21,-1973
Maccabean Struggle Has Always Lit Up Sky of Hope
By ROBERT SEGAL
\VMTH THE Yom Kippur war,
so costly in blood and defen-
sive resources, weighing on our
hearts in this Chanukah season,
we can profit by recalling how
much we owe to the Maccabean
uprising with which the Festival
of Lights is associated.
In the more than 21 centuries
since Judah Maccabee and his
vacant brothers stood up to the
overwhelming forces of Antiochus
Epiphanes. might has often tri-
umphed over right, smaller na-
tions have been crushed without
mercy, and m llions of innocent
people have felt the tyrant's sting
and lash unto death.
But for Jews immemorial!;- and
inately, the suecsssful Mac-
. n fight for freedom has al-
- lighted the skies of hope
even when defeat seemed inevi-
table.
THE OCTOBER war in the
Middle East sav Israel assailed
in the north by Syria and in the
southwest by Egypt. Roli back
the pages of time and you find
the Jews in the days of the Mac-
cabees caught between the ham-
mer blows of Syria under the
dynasty of the Seleucids in the
north and Egypt under the Ptol-
emies in the southwest.
Between these brackets of his-
tory, many wars have been fought
for territory, for booty, for trade;
yet few save those into which the
Jew: of antiquity and the Jews
of today have been drawn are
marked by battle cries in the
name of liberty.
Seme among us who note sim-
ilarities between "he battles of
the MaccaV-es and the tank and
Phantom jet battles of present-
day Uraelli will call attention to
1 and the ri~.it. to de-
fend a people with arms on holy
day
For just as the Arabs' uncon-
scionable attack upon the' Israelis
Line drawinq by Isrnar David, which illustrates a new
English translation of the Book of Psalms under the aus-
pices of the Jewish Publication Society of America. From
the times of David, the spirit of the Jewish people was ex-
pressed in song. Even when Adolf Hitler killed six million of
them, Jews went to their deaths chanting "Ani Maanin," the
title of a dramatic poem by Elie Wiesel with music by Darius
Milhaud which accompanies the new Psalms translation.
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on Yom Kippur obliged those as-
sailed to leave the synagogue and
go to the front on that holiest-
day of the year so did the patri-
arch of the Maccabees Mat-
tathias find it necessary to go
into the fray on the Sabbath.
'IF ANY one be zealous for the
laws of his country, and for the
worship of God. let him follow
me." cried the fearless Matta-
thias. And later when Apelles,
the Syrian king's general, at-
tempted to pressure the Jews in-
to submission on the Sabbath.
Mattathias told his trusting fol-
lowers that they must fight on
the Sabbath rather than yield on
that solemn cay to those who
threat .....to wor-
they desired.
l'n!e=s you go into battle on
Sabl .T Mattathias remind-
ed those who p:t their trust in
him. "you become your own en-
-. by obsc: law while
your adversariei ?t:.l assault you
on thii
It may be that we have come
to look upon Chanukah as a fes-
tival to be celebrated largely by
our children. To say this is not
to detract from the importance
the day holds for our sons and
daughters.
But in these times when free
doms in addition to religious free-
dom are threatened in the United
States, we have every right to
honor the Maccabees and to ob
serve the holiday that tells of
their valor for reasons reaching
beyond the struggle for religious
liberty.
FOR THE Maccabees should be
recognized as the first martyrs
for freedom of conscience in his-
tory. Antiochus called upon them
to desert the alters they had
built to God; but he had wider
zones of persecution in mind.
His Syrian nationalism was to be
their nationalism; his trust in
arms was to be their depository
of hope; his word was to be their
law.
By not submitting bv daring
death rather than yield, the Jews
of that turbulent era raised an
ensign inspiring to us all in these
davs of electronic snooping and
undemocratic commands to con-
form. When we oppose uncalled-
for1 censorship toda>. we can do
it In the saint of the Maccabees.
When we object to illegal wire-
tapping, wc follow a Maccabean
principle. And when we demand
the valued freedoms of assembly,
press, and association, as well
as freedom of religion, we honor
the Maccabees and celebrate
Chanukah as truly grateful men
and women.
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Tradition Behind the Chanuka Menorah
/'IIANIKA MENOROT arc
probably the best-known and
most widely used kind of cere-
monial objects Lnmps in shapes
similar to the seven-branched
Temple incnorah, which Judah
Maccnheo had placed in the Tem-
ple for the one stolen by the
Greeks, are iound in innumer-
able Jewish households. Most
Jews believe that the present gen-
eral shape of the menorah has
been traditional since the days of
antiquity, but Ihis is not the case.
Because of the Talmudic pro-
scription which forbade the fash-
ioning of any of the objects which
were part of the Temple. Chan-
uka lamps in the period.* follow-
ing the destruction of the second
Temple had quite a different
shape.
DIKING ROMAN and Byzan-
tine periods, simple one-wick clay
oil lamps served as Chanuka
lamps. Dunn- the Middle Ages.
it became customary to fashion
a metal container for all lights
and to hang this metal bench-type
lamp with a triangular back and
trefoil at its apex on the left door-
post of the house This form of
Chanuka lain;) maintained itselt
with variations for many centur-
ies. Only from the l"th century
on did it become a custom 10 fash-
ion large Chanuka lamps in
shapes resembling the seven-
bi anched Temple mem rah. This
type of Chanuka menorah. of
course, had two additional light
arms, and the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Museum in Cincinnati has a
rich collection of such menorot.
From mid-13th century Poland
cornea a rare and unusual lamp
of this type, a Chanuka lamp
which once graced the hone of
a wealthy Jew in I.emberg. Gali-
cia. and is now produly displayed
in the Hebrew Union College
Museum.
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For Coffee Mayvins
Your holiday guests are bound
to include some very fussy people
who insist they can't drink coflee
unless it's freshly perked.
Now there's an answer to this
problem one which truly helps
the extra busy hostess. It's quite
simple too just keep plenty of
Freeze-Dried Maxim on hand, and
serve this delicious coffee right
through the holiday.
Know what? They'll never guess
is wasn't fresh brewed in a perco-
lator!
ract is. Maxim is actually perco-
lated coffee that's fast-frozen the
instant it's fully perked the
fresh coffee flavor being captured
at its very peak.
These chunks of freeze-dried cof-
fee are "activated" the instant you
pour boiling water over them. It
all happens right in your cup! You
don't even have to use a full tea-
spoon, as a little Maxim truly
goes far.
Kosher Maxim Freeze-Dried Cof-
fee. Add it on your holiday shop-
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'Igloo'-Type Buildings
Withstand Earthquake
Haim Hefetz. the Israeli archi-
tect who invented the "igloo-style"
concrete building, has received
warm congratulations from Shiraz,
Iran, where several hundred dwel-
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successfully withstood a moderate-
ly powerful earthquake (5.7 on
the Richter scale) lust month.
Hefetz said that he had also re-
ceived inquiries a!>out his igloos
from builders in earthquake prone
areas in Nicaraqua and Guat, mala.
In Israel, about 800 of the struc-
tures have been built, including
100 wMeh MTVf a= lii'im-.
hunter, kneeling behind the tree,
with aun aimed at the bear.
A hiU alive with many varied
creatures hares, dogs, squir-
rels, and worms rests on two
joining silver bowls supported
by cisht lion bodies. Out of this
whimiscal hill rises a sturdy oak
tree whose bouuhs and branches
carry leaf shaped holders for the
eisht Chanuka candles. The trunk
of the tree carries at its very' top
the servant light, which, accord-
ing to ancient usage, must occupy
a more elevated place than the
other lights. In the foliage itself
a climbing boy is hidden. Most
charming and delightful is the
bear climbing the trunk of the
tree and anxiously peering at the
honey pot with the buzzing bee
in front, completely unaware that
it is a trap set by the waiting
THE EAST European peasant
motif of the bear and the honey
must have given the children us-
ing this Chanuka lamp a great
deal of delight, for this menorah
is a truly remarkable combination
of the holy and the profane; the
pietistic and the secular. In a
sense, it embodies the very es
sence of the Jew's historic experi-
ence his ability to laugh in the
context of solemnity.
Many other interesting objects
of Jewish ceremonial art are to
be found at the Hebrew Union
College Museum. Leon J. Ober-
mayer. of Philadelphia, is chair-
man of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Museum Committee, and Dr.
Joseph Gutmann, of the faculty
of the College-Institute, serves a;
curator of the museum.
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First Mighty Challenge to Judaism
tABBI SAMUEL LMEN
|YE AR 168 B.C.E. is one of
most memorable in Jewish
. The fate of Judaism de-
on the decision made by
band of Jews in that year.
) time previously did Juda-
ifront a force deliberately
to destroy it, as when it
Ielleni-.ni. brought into the
the successors of con-
Alexander the ('.real
were never afraid of new
regai'dli -- of their .source.
novel i -.V hicfa appealed
and which thej borrowed
pieir neighbors, thej assim-
, as a blood transfusion, only
refining, and reinforcing
ir own
P, Hellenism was no1 being
iinatel> absorbed by Jews
enchantment of their out-
fit was rather imital. d In
(detail, rhis pro I trol-
led to :: of
B)i and the gradual en
a new bul not improved
of i>.':.:. ior.
JSevni. while Hellenism was at
i | iplace Judaism bj
pan appeal and penetration,
hpwwer. because of Antiochus'
fsire to hasten the pro {ram >r
lleni':'t ^. >:. '.'.'I- 'I > !:"' 'I >
cjiltuie by decree, the official cul-
tire Of th" land. Hence. .Jud.ii-.ir
s tried in l.vo crucibles. One.
ich was fashioned by the Jews
tnemaelvcs. and the other which
C^mc fr. 'ii the outside.
On the one hand, Jew- in sub-
stantial in"!' -wakened the
iith of their fathers by adopting
well House.,.. A
aditional Choice
There are m.v.v beautiful tradi-
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of year.
One which lias been faithfully
"Stewed for o\ei' half a century
in Jewish homes' Is the serving of
Maxwell llou I'.'ffee. That's be
use it's "good to the last drop"
avor hasn't varied over the years!
Both f.miih and -uiesls know you
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gxwe'd lloii-c t'otfee, -At meals,
r in between, everyone enjoys
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Make sure you have plenty
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Hellenism as their mode of life,
and on the other hand, the con-
queror imposed this culture by
force on the entire citizenry.
EVEN THOUGH it must be said
in all fairness that Hellenism had
much to offer in enriching Juda-
ism by its philosophy, drama, poe-
try, architecture, and sports, it at
the same time lacked much to
make it completely desirable
Observing the amphitheater
where human beings were done
to death for the amusement of
bloodthirsty mobs, the Jew con-
cluded, as Walter Pater did ccn-
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turies later, "what was needed
was ;hc heart that would make
it impossible to witness all this;
?nd the future would be with the
forces that could beget a heart
like that."
Jewish culture developed such
a heart, and it is this heart thut
made itself felt through the he-
roic decision of the Hasnionean
family and a small group of
staunch supporters of the Torah,
to free Israel from its Hellenistic
enslavement.
War to the end was declared
on Hellenism. The battle lasted
three years. ludea regained her
soul. Judaism triumphed.
Through the ages, the Hasmon-
ean victory is commemorated in
the home and the synagogue for
eight days as a festival of light
and gladness, a festival which
does not especially pay homage
to leaders of the battle, although
their heroic feats of courage are
not forgotten, but rather one
which stresses the value of light
and freedom of the soul.
LIKE OUR ancestors under the
impact of Hellenism. Jews today
find themselves living in two cul-
tures, their own and that of their
environment. They have a choice
to make.
They can either turn to the
majority culture for their pattern
of behavior and thereby lose their
identity, individuality and self-
respect, or they can absorb the
finest elements of the majority-
culture for the enhancement of
their own spiritual treasures, and
i ms remain true to themselves.
The Chanuka lights speak
softly and confidently the prom-
ise of victory tn 'ho brave, free,
independent souls, who under test
and trial, cnoose to remain true
to themselves, and thereby prove
to the world tha. life can be rich
and meaningful only when it
stands for something that is even
more precious than life itself.
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Modern Maccabees: Again They Fight

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Continued from Page 5-B
pent up tension had been let
loose in both of us ail at once.
"WHAT NEXT? I don't know.
I now see everything with differ
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tanks I transferred in my semi-
trailer? Look, I'm no longer 4
child, .This is my fourth war. D
you see those Egyptians encircled
there on the east bank of the
canal? Most likely they are the
At this restive time of year, bitter elements that can spoil the
go on till taste of coffee are also removed.
, tSLitP f Whefflef'Voif'breW #dlaT "Sanka
ten to the purr of the motor, and the wee hours a tribute, of >vn
that the outcome of the fighting
depends on you. You've got to
establish a bridgehead. You lis- many parties seem to go_on
coffee in the pot, or use Instant or
urse, to uou. mom ...u Freeze-Dried coffee for impromp-
And that's when the welt-organ- tu enlertajnjng, be sure you have
for a moment you think it's not
responding properly. But you pay
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ent eves. How will I return to sons of those who had been en- no attention and press upon the ized balaboosta is happy for her h through the
routine' That's a disturbing prob- circled in the Falujja pocket.' gas. All the time shells keep on stock of Sanka, he decaffeinated JJJJ
lem But the fact that I have a I'm not sure you know what I'm "dripping" upon you. Beside you coffee most people welcome when Holiday.________^_----------------------
wife and two sweet daughters to
maintain that will no doubt
help.
"I know that in a year's time,
on Yom Kippur, when I again
stand in the synagogue and re-
cite the 'Ashamnu' confession,
I'll be a different man. It had as-
sumed a new and deep signifi-
cance in my life, and, I think,
also in the life of our people."

"I'M A driver. I have sat at
the steering-wheel for over 20
years. Do you know how many
talking about.
"Today, we are entrenched here
on the west bank of the canal.
But do you know what it is to
load a tank and to race down line
mad so as to halt their advance?
The young tankists mere chil-
dren sitting beside you saying:
'Grandpa, by your life, a little
more speed, else we won't man-
age to fight .' These chaps did
manage and how.
"And afterwards the rafts.
They hitched 80 tons of cast iron
to your 'horse,' and you know
there, the young chaps from the they don't want to interfere with a
"engineering corps" are pale, and good night's rest,
silent. One shell bursts upon an Sanka is also the ideal coffee to
armored vehicle not 20 meters 0ffer family or guests with the
away. But you dare not halt, hearty delicatessen sandwiches and
"Forward," shouts a young MP, cold-cut platters you'll be serving
and tense officers standing be- at "midnight supper" not to
side him wave you on with their mentjon your roast at dinner.
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Hearty Holiday Side Dishes
Add Flavor to Yomtov Meals
Enliven potato and vegetable
iishes with the tang of Mott's Ap-
ple Sauce.
Either or both of these recipes
will help make the most of this
year's holiday roast. They're also
ideal for dressing up milchig
meals. So easy and thrifty too!
APPLE SAUCE POTATO PUFF
1 jar (15 oz.) Mott's Apple
Sauce
2tt cups (instant) mashed potatoes
% cup melted parve margarine
IV, Up. salt
*4 tsp. each pepper, nutmeg,
paprika
4 eggs (separated)
Combine apple sauce with ma-h
:d potatoes. Add margarine and
seasonings. Blend in egg yolks.
Beat egg whites until stiff; fold in-
to mixture. Pile lightly into greas-
Check Your Stock
Of Krispy Crackers
Party time is coming round
which means time to check your
stock of unsalted crackers. (Who
knows how many have vanished
as the kids noshed them away,
right out of the box?)
You know how indispensible
Sunshine Crackers are, for serving
with lox, herring, tidbits and chop-
ped herring not to mention your
jwn acclaimed homemade gehakte
leber.
Famous for crispness, and their
under-salted flavor, Sunshine Kris-
py Crackers are ideal with many
delicious toppings. Smart hostesses
'.ike to team them up with their
cheese service, because Sunshine
Krispies so nicely enhance the
ray.
It's nice to note also that these
*asty crackers are double-wrapped,
so they stay fresh and crispy
oven after you've opened up a box.
! Be sure to pick up several boxes
>f Sunshine Krispy Crackers next
:ime you shop.
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When you want to serve your
holiday company fine, fresh-poured,
fresh-perked coffee, Brim is the
perfect choice.
Since Brim is decaffeinated, you
^an serve it in the late hours, con-
fident that you won't be interfering
, with anyone's sleep.
And now. Brim offers a grind
I especially adapted to electric per-
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j ooffee will have a just-right con-
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What's more, Brim is made from
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The happy result a mellow-rip*
flavor your guests will rave about!
Put Brim on YOUR holiday shop-
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decaffeinated coffee the year
round.
ed two-quart baking dish. Bake in
preheated 375 oven 35-40 minutes,
until set and top is golden. Serve
at once. Serves six to eight.
APPLE GLAZED CARROTS
1 lb. carrots (peeled and diced)
K cup parve margarine
1 small onion (chopped)
1 jar (15 oz.) Mott's Apple Sauce
2 tbs. sugar
U tsp. salt
:. tsp. cinnamon
K tsp. nutmeg
Cook carrots in boiling, salted
water until tender. Drain. Heat
margarine and cook onion for five
minutes. Add carrots, a;iple sauce
and seasonings. Cook uncovered,
stirring occasionally until .-nice is
thickened and carrots are glazed.
Serves six to eight.
hands.
"MY DEAR young fellow. I
saw a lot happening in this war.
More than once the front and
back lines changed positions. All
the time I kept on commuting
backward and forward, bringing
tanks, supplies and ammunition.
"And when you reach the home-
front you melt. On the highway
from Rafa to Beersheba the kib-
butzim and the moshavim opened
food stalls and you're actually
forced into eating. Take it from
me, I'm not a sentimentalist, I
don't look it. But when a young
woman approaches you, a girl
with two black locks and dreamy
eyes says: 'Haver, you look tired
and dirty. My husband is about
your size; he's as stout as you
are. Now he's in the Golan. Will
you allow me to bring you a
change of clothing?'
"That little one had the better
of me. I turned away so as not
to show my tears.
"I hardly ever reach home. No.
it's not easy. There are three
missing boys in my kibbutz. Their
parents are my neighbors. We
brought the children up together.
I may be courageous at the steer-
ing wheel but no. not at home,
beside my friends."
(Fact is. you don't have to add
cream to Sanka to make it taste
good!)
You see. when they remove the
caffein from Sanka. a lot of the
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uj$le Never Lets Up Even in Our Day
Continued from Page IB
'mearts for accomplishing this which Antiochus
d was to order some of his soldiers sta-
in Jerusalem to defile the Jewish Temple
re, since the Jerusalem Temple was the very
ter of Jewish religious in the country.
AFTER A short but bitter struggle, the Mac-
tans won the fight against hordes of Anti-
as, cleansed the Temple and relighted there
candles, which by a miracle, so tradition has
imed for eight days instead of the one day
kwould normally burn. That is why we call
luka the, Festival of Lights.
The story.of the Maccabnan revolt is told in
IfcMk of Maccabees, one of the Apocryphal
jl^s which did" not get into the authorized Bible
; time it was. decided which of the writings
historical, legalistic, prophetic, poetic which
. .be*n accumulating in the Jewish religious
Jitiorv ovar-inany centuries, should be canon-
as part of the Jewish Sacred Scriptures, the
Drew. Bihle. which Christians later called the
Testament.
LppareiUJy the-Book of the Maccabees was
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considered too recent, too new, to be included in
the Hebrew Bible. But it is a curious fact that the
Roman Catholic Church does include the Book of
the Maccabees and other Apocryphal writings in
its Bible ..... .,.........
Though the Jews did not take in the Book of
the Maccabees in their Bible, they did decide to
commemorate the Maccabean revolt and the re-
dedication of the Jerusalem by celebrating an
eight day semi-holiday every year, beginning with
the 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev.
STRUGGLE FOR religious freedom, for the
right to worship according to the dictates of one's
conscience, has been going on for the past 2.000
years at various times in various parts of the
world. The early Christians were persecuted by
the pagan authorities of the Roman Empire be-
cause they wouldn't regard the Roman Emperor
as a sort of god and wouldn't bow down to his
image.
In later ages Orthodox Christians themselves
began persecuting a)l who dissented from the
officially endorsed Christian creed, and that in-
cluded not only Jews and Moslems but also
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Christians who interpreted the teachings of Jesus
differently from the Orthodox Catholic Church.
The Inquisition was set up in Spain and Jews
and others were burned at the stake; in France
there was the St. Bartholomew Day massacre of
thousands of Protestants (called Huguenots) by
Roman Catholics in the 16th century.
Jews were forced to live in ghettos, and in
the 17th century, less than 100 years after Luther
in Germany had led the Protestant revolt against
Catholicism, there was a Thirty-Years War in the
German-speaking countries in which for three dec-
ades Catholics and Protestants kept murdering
each other because of their differing religions.
It was only toward the end of the 18th cen-
tury with the coming of the American and French
Revolutions, that the idea of religious toleration
began to dawn upon the populations of the West-
ern world.
BUT THIS toleration, this revolt against reli-
gious fanaticism, wmch denied freedom of ex-
pression to any sect but its own, started, we have
to admit, with a revolt against all the historic re-
ligions Christianity, both Catholic and Protes-
tant, and Judaism, out of which Christianity had
sprung.
In the newly formed United States of Amer-
ica, which had become an independent republic
after overthrowing British rule. Thomas Paine, a
very influential revolutionary writer and propa-
gandist, in his pamphlet 'The Ago of Reason"
BttMked all historic religions.
In France the revolutionists of 1789; or
rather the intellectual leaders of the Revolution,
went even further than some of the intellectual
leaders of the American Revolution.
While the intellectual leaders of the Amer-
ican Revolution called themselves Diests, that is,
believers in one God, but disbelivers in the au-
thority of any church, the French intellectual
rebels were really atheists who, when they took
over the power from the French monarchy, tried
to enthrone a "Goddess of Reason." abolished
Christian holidays and even the Christian calen-
dar, substituting for it a new calendar of their
own.
AFTER TURMOIL of civil war had died down
in Franco and Napoleon Bonaparte declared him-
self emperor and took all governmental1 powers in
his hands, the historic religions reestablished
themselves in the country, but church and state
were sep.irated, and religious toleration for all
sects was proclaimed.
In North America this separation of church
and state and consequent toleration of all reli-
gious groups had been proclaimed years earlier
in the Bill of Rights which was attached to the
Constitution of the United States and is still
functioning.
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You kindle during the
Chanukah Festival
Shed the light of
Freedom and Liberty
Throughout the world
A Joyous Chanukah
toaHourfriena^"
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Bring Peace and Joy\
Health and Happiness
To Every Home

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in this 26th century the struggle for religious
k\ has suffered some severe reversals, par-
krlv in Communist Russia, where three mil-
lews are the main sufferers from the fanati-
jof a secular religion the religion of Com-
|m which is the official creed and pcr-
the older thcistic religions. Judaism, which
Soviet Union remains entiw*y Orthodox,
greatest victim of this persecution because
ommunist regime is afraid of Judaism's in-
ional connections and so it tries to pulverize
\m by denying rabbis the right to be pres-
international Jewish conferences and by
Forbidding the formation of a national fed-
of synagogues, an intercommunication of
^h congregations within Russia itself. Why
aids the Jews to form such a national federa-
[ to communicate with their brethren
id while allowing these things to such Chris-
Beets as the Greek Orthodox, the Baptists and
Armenians, remains a puzzle to those of us
ire livine in free democracies.
tL'SSIAN JEWS cannot even formally protest
|ftt such treatment. Only an indirect protest,
as the presence of thousands of Jewish
men singing and dancing on Simchat Torah
of one or two Moscow synagogues as a
i\ of resentment of the treatment of the Jew-
Kliglon there, is permitted by the authorities.
And so the fight for the equal treatment or
Judaism with the other religions in the USSR
must mainly be carried on from abroad, must be
conducted by the Jews of the United States and
the other free democracies.
Thus we see that the struggle for religious
freedom on the part of Jews and others in various
parts of the world has not been completely won.
In Fascist Spain and in several l.atin Amer-
ican countries. Protestants are not permitted by
the authorities to carry on missionary activities
in these overwhelmingly Catholic lands. Even
here in the United States, where religious tolera-
tion is fairly widespread, some Christian sects
like the Old Amish and Jehovah"s Witnesses occa-
sionally complain of religious discrimination
.-'gainst them by governmental authorities and the
public generally.
WE CAN only hope for the arrival of a time
in the near future when both government and
the public will grant full rights to all religious
groups who observe the elementary decencies,
the ethical principles which are common to all
mankind, to worship God as they please and to
live the kind of life which the} believe that God
has ordained for them.
That is what the Maccabees fought for. and
what we celebrate on Chanuka.
Florida Rabbi On Nat'! Commission
NEW YOKK. N.K.Rabbi Ar-
thur 1. Baseman of Temple B'nai
Israel. ("learwatcr. has been
mmed as a member of the na-
tional Commission on Synagogue
Administration of American Re
to;m Judaism in the United States
and Canada.
The Commission, a joint body
0*1 the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the Union
o' American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, formulates various programs
essential for the professional op-
eration of a synagogue, special-
izing in the preparation of sur-
veys covering various financial
functional and business facets of
a"house ot woi'ship.
Rabbi Baseman will serve as a
representative of the CCAR. rab-
binic association of more than
1.100 Reform Jewish spiritual lead-
ers in the United States and Can-
ada.
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Israeli Government Documents Syrian Atrocities
Following is the partial text of
the complaint registered i>y the
government of Israel respecting
violations of the Serieva Conven-
tion of 12 August 1949 relative to
the treatment of prisoners of war
perpetrated by the Syrian army in
the course of the battles on the
Golan Heights in October 1973:
"The government of Israel here-
by submits to the International
Committee of the Red Cross a
grave com.-hint respecting crimes
of murder and mutilation commit-
ted on the persons of Israeli pris-
oners of war, officers and men of
the Israel defense forces, who were
taken prisoner by the Syrians in
the region of the Golan Heights.
These barbaric and inhuman crimes
of Syria's military forces consti-
tute grave violations of the Geneva
Convention of 12 August 1949 rela-
tive to the treatment of prisoners
of war,
MURDER OF
PRISONERS OF WAR
"After the Syrian forces that had
penetrated the region of the Golan
Heights had been driven hack. Is-
rael defense troops discovered
proof that 28 Israeli soldiers, who
had been taken prisoner by the
Syrians, had been murdered in
cold blood after their capture by
soldiers of the Syrian Army. Par-
ticulars of the localities, and of the
number of murdered Israeli POW's
found in them, are as follows:
I. The bodies of 11 Israeli sol-
diers were found at the Hush-
neyah crossroads.
II. Seven bodies were found at
Hushneyah village.
III. Three bodies were found at
Tel Faris.
IV. At least seven Israeli POW's
were murdered by the Syrians
at the Israel defense forces
strongpoint on Mt. Hermon.
"In the light of the condition In
which the bodies were found, it is
clear that the Israeli soldiers were
murdered systematically and in
cold blood after they had been
taken prisoner: they were blind
folded, their hands were bound,
life; /. *jt.
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Two of the photographs submitted as evilence of atrocities committed
by Syrians against Israeli troops.
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and in certain cases their legs also.
"The government oi Israel calls
upon the International Committee
of the Re"d CV6&& to" take at'once,
the necessary steps to condemn the
barbaric and disgusting crimes that
have been described, and to ensure
that proper and full protection be
extended to Israeli prisoners of
war. It demands that every means
be taken immediately to guarantee
the health, welfare and honor of
the Israeli prisoners of war held
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AMERICAN PROTESTS
I. A. Durbin, chairman of
the Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Relations Committee,
has called on all its consti-
tuent organizations to regis-
ter protests against the re-
cent acts of the Syrian gov- ]
ernment.
His communique to the
presidents of all area Jewish
organizations states:
"It is urgent that you ap-
prise your membership im-
mediately of the atrocities
which have occurred and in-
struct them to send letters of
protest to the UN Secretary
General, and to the Presi-
dent, senators, congressmen
and the State Department.
'The letters, telegrams,
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Convention requires. of the horrendous crimes, such as
"The government of Israel de-j described in this complaint and
mands of the Syrian authorities that the government of Syria will
that they give firm guarantees and honor the laws of war and interna-
issue clear instructions to ensure1 iional conventions.''
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Volume 3
Friday, December 21, 1973
Number 28
26 KISLEV 5734
A Two-Edged Sword
A trip to Israel now?
Why not?
Or if not now, then start planning a trip to Israel for
the Passover holiday season, or map out an itinerary of
Israeli travel for your summer vacation.
This is the time to do it, as your travel agent will
surely tell you.
Too many of us have too often fit a trip of Israel into
a larger tour of Europe, the Mediterranean, or even the Far
East we went to Israel on our way somewhere else. Or
back from somewhere else.
The Yom Kippur War should have taught us some-
thing. It should have taught us who Israel's friends are,
and who our friends are.
To get to Israel via Paris or Dubrovnik is more than
ever an insult to Israel. It is also a way of supporting Is-
rael's enemies.
That is what the war should have taught us.
It should also have taught us that Israel needs our
support more than ever, and one great way of supporting
her is to visit her ancient sites and cities. Now, or a few
months from now.
If you argue that you would be doing that anyway,
argue with yourself a bit further. Cut out that trip to London
and/or Paris, and spend more time in Israel. That would
be a two-edged sword Europe best understands and the
Israeli economy would most heartily appreciate.
Just for Starters
The two European heroes of the Yom Kippur War were
Holland and Denmark, who refused to knuckle under to
Arab pressures.
But suddenly the Dutch were embarrassed by their
magnaminiry. As the oil spigots shut down, they became
more and more vociferous mat ferae! should evacuate from
the occupied territories not a* a part of a general peace
agreement, but for "starters," even before the Arabs say a
thing about what their feelings will be toward an independ-
ent Israel.
Now it is the Danes who seem to be changing their
minds The defeat of Premier Anker Joergensen and his
social Democratic Party in the nationcd elections will surely
weaken Denmark's longtime pro-Israel policies.
To make matters worse, Joergensen's defeat was de-
liveredI in the undertow of the election of six Communist
Party deputies to the Danish Parliament after an absence
of 17 years.
Just to underscore the turn of events, Scandinavian
Airlines (SAS) this week announced that it will cut back
flights to Tel Aviv in the weeks ahead.
A National Trait
Despite the anguish created by the Yom Kippur War
and the apprehension Jews throughout the world feel as
the Dec. 18 Geneva conference nears, there is a touch of
warmth that emerged from Israel this week.
It is curious that this warmth should have been found
and fanned in the death of David Ben-Gurion. One does not
often find a moment of satisfaction in the passinq of a
great leader.
Still, when his will was filed in Jerusalem, the nation
was made richer by Ben-Gurion's stipulation that his home
in lei Aviv and his extensive library be left to the country.
Also, he left his Sde Boker home and library there to
the Midrasha College he helped establish in the Negev. As
for his private papers, any profits realized from them will
go to support specified schools and other educational insti-
tutions.
That Israel is truly "An Ha'Sefer," a Nation of the
Book, can not be expressed more clearly than in these stip-
ulations of the Ben-Gurion will.
But Americans have particular cause to ponder about
them at a time when their President SELLS his papers to
the people provided they give him a half-million dollar tax
deduction for them.
to
lax
B-G Never Said the Expected
g\N THE occasions that I met I"
with David Ben-Gurion, he I
was tacky, irascible, difficult.
...Even the. last time, La.4970 at j
Sde Boker, his advancing age had I
not mellowed him. I had gone |
down to Suez right after the Rog- |
ers peace proposal, and stopped |
at his desert home on the way I
back.
HE WAS angry about Israel's I
handling of her post-Six-Day War I
diplomacy. Later, the press re-
ported his objections in grim de-
tail.
And that. I think in retrospect,
is why so many people, myself
included, always came awav from
him firmlv convinced that he was
a sort of Scrooge.
The truth about Ben-Gurion is
simply that he kept telling us
tnings we didn't want to hear.
In the era of the $866 million
reparations deal with Bonn, he
warned us that Israel, and Jews
generally, must come to change
their attitude toward Germany
this at a time when to speak
German or of Germany in Israel
was to invite mayhem.
TO SET an example, he invited
Konrad Adenauer to visit and
West Germany to send their first
ambassador, Rolf Pauls, who set
up temporary headquarters at the
Tel Aviv Sheraton in the shadow
of army machineguns to keep
irate mobs away.
Germanv was oniy one of his
projects designed '.o shane Israel
into a nation not a liberated
child of the ghetto petulantly de-
manding special handling and the
right to throw an international
tantrum from time to time fully
determined that other nations
must "understand'' and "forgive."
Ben-Gurion also:
INSISTED ON equal treat-
ment for Israel's Arabs and a
more realistic approach to com-
ing to terms with her Arab neigh-
bors, hence bis anger about the
post-Six-Day War diplomacy
how many times, he once asked
me, when I must have sounded
like a Jerusalem chauvinist to
him, could Israel meet the Arabs
in battle and hope to come off
unquestioned best?;
Demanded a revolutionary
revamping of Israel's electoral
system it was this that read
him out of his own Mapai Party
and brought his political down-
fall a system that like the
French, panders to ghetto-men-
tality fractionalism and makes ef-
fective government cumbersome
if not impossible;
Repeatedly criticized the cos-
mopolitanism of his countrymen
who insisted on congregating in
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem or Haifa
while snubbing the large and un-
inhabited desert areas where, in
his view, Israel's real future lay.
THAT IS why he went to Sde
Boker himself, hoping that he
could be a national example of
the pioneer spirit of the original
aliyah.
"Intellectuals." he once told me.
"have a sense of the inferiority
of manual labor. But how do you
build without hands? Israel al-
ready has too many heads and
not enough hands, too many
thinkers and not enough build-
ers."
That, he said, would be the
cause of Israel's true inferior-
ity if the country did nothing to
change the balance.
Ben-Gurion was. of course,
right, as he was about so many
other things.
WHEN I first visited Israel in
the early 1960's, young Israelis
would stare at the cameras slung
across one of my shoulders, the
binoculars and tape recorders
hanging from the other, and
smile with a kind of benevolent
contempt at what they obviously
regarded as a vulgar display of
crude American Jewish material-
ism.
Then, a decade later, before
the last war. they would stop me
on the streets of the cities, even
in the kibbutzim, stare at the
same things, but with a look of
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longing and outright desire, some
coming up to touch these things
for which they once felt nothing
but derision, asking how much
they cost and where they were
available.
'*Someday," many said. "I will
have these things for myself -
even if I must leave here to get
them."
BEN-GURION foresaw the
death of the spirit of aliyah. He
foresaw it all. That was the point
of his irascibility. And to fend
off the change in Israel's national
character, ho never gave up. even
at the end, demanding busy
hands.
He was a visionary with lion's
claws, a prophet with the willing-
ness to sweat, a hardnosed realis-
tic politician with the capacity to
poetize.
THESE ARE the qualities, in
this combination, that Israel's
present leaders do not possess.
Under Ben-Gurion, there would
be no rebellion of the generals,
no fault finding marathon to the
detriment of the nation's emo-
tional stability, no prime minis-
terial confessions of responsibil-
ity and guilt for past failures
such as have wracked Israel since
the Yom Kippur War.
Ben-Gurion would never, as
Golda Meir did last year, visit tho
Vatican and declare before Pope
Paul and the world her astonish-
ment and awe that she, a carpen
ter's daughter, should find her-
self before the Bishop of Rome.
IF BEN-GURION had gone at
all, he would have taught Paul a
lesson in history. He would be
there not as a groveler in the
dust of papal brilliance, but as a
slightly grimy giant just arrived
from the splendorous workshop
of the prophecv of Israel reborn.
Whatever it took to strengthen
the destiny of his people that,
he delivered. Personal alligiances
were absurd to him if they stood
in the way.
Golda Meir, once "the only man
in my cabinet," toward the end-
became "that woman." When it
was necessary, he had even more
contemptuous words for Levi
Eshkol, his ardent disciple Moshe
Dayan. and the somewhat faded
darling of American Jewry, Abba
Eban.
INTERNATIONALLY, it was
the same. He wooed Adenauer
and even Franz Josef Straus,
whom I once met with Ben-Gurion
In Haifa.
Despite Nehru's professed at-
tachment to Gandhi's "satya-
gratw" (the forte"6f rove), a phi-
losophy Ben-Gurion ardentlv em-
braced, he grew to detest Nehru
for Nehru's "neutrality" in the
Middle East not because it
failed to side with Israel, but be
cause it betrayed Nehru's pro-
Muscovite feelings and therefore
his betrayal of "satyagraha."
And he was close with Gen. De
Gaulle, whom everyone else de-
tested for his narcissism, because
in the autocratic splendor of tho
Gaullist dictatorship. Ben-Gurion
saw his own characteristics ap.
plied to Israel the blackmail
threats that he would resign if lie
didn't get his way. the simulation
of a national grandeur which the
hard realities of international af-
fairs failed to justify.
MOSTLY, I suppose, what peo-
ple secretly disliked about Ben-
Gurion was that he was so unpre-
dictable they could net depend
upon his sweet word.
I have said something here
about the change in Israeli atti
tudes from idealism to material-
ism. But that is a strange obser-
vation from an American Jew,
himself the quintessential ma-
terialist.
ON ONE occasion, staring
through my camera from his back
porch in the Negev to photo-
graph a magnificent desert vista
in the distance, I stopped long
enough from my concentration
to hear Ben-Guion say:
"You're too corrupted. Your
hands are too clean. Send us your
sons."
That is another thing he al-
ways told Americans who re-
ported to him with stars in their
eyes that they were Zionists as if
expecting some kind of reward
"You're too corrupted to under
stand," he would tell them. "Zion
ism is dead. Israel is Zionism
reborn. We do not need the dead.
but send us your sons so that .it
least they may live."
AND WHILE most Americans
went away from him proud that
they had been given the oppor
tunity to spend a moment with
him, silently they were offended
There were no sweet words he
offered them, and they wanted
to hear, no fancy speeches about
the partnership between Ameri-
can Jews and Israel, no expres
sions of gratitude for their finan
cial aid whose importance, of
course, he understood.
Instead, he spoke to all of m
like he spoke to his cosmopolitans
gathered in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
and Haifa. He poieted the way to
the future in the desert. Those
who refused to go, as he had
gone, Ben-Gurion labeled frauds.
He was a tacky, irascible, dif-
ficult man.
ZIOWST \J\S\01WS
HISTORY 8. PWIOSOWW,
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