The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
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Fred K. Shochet.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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ime 3 Number 25
Friday, December 13, 1974
Price $1
Pacesetters Dinner A ^Smashing Success"
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Friday. December 13, 1974
Sisterhood Hosting Janiiarv. 7...
Education Day At Emanii-El
The of Temple
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7. at 11 at the temple.
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Friday. December 13, 1974
^Jenist FkricUatr? of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3-A
Palm Aire Committee Sets Up
Fund-Raising
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Se
ries
Palm Aire organizations.
i .1 b> Bob Nathan. Dr Sid
fennel and Harry Levin, are
ti> an r;ul> atari for the
! I \ .-Federation 1375 campaign
["he first planning martini: wu
I the home of .live Kran-
3180 N Course i ana; ar
nnenti wow Ml tor the Orel
II party, which was held
the home of Nathaniel Goi i,
i lurae Drive, Apt '<::'
-i m pm Head
if the Jewish reddenta <>f
linp -* U ind *- "'"' n
NorBU Knhn. a Phila
i rtaaianl with Palm
iportmont during the winter
.'. ,i- the main ipeaker
Mr Kohn has a hittorj ef Jon
oi .mi/ational participation
imily area vety active la tin
I i'deration and many of
inisotiooj that wort in th
or thr eetebliahmont
State o( brtol
nan has jssumwl h;- righl
.., in such an actiutv II
. live with the Allied Jew
ition of Pratt ar PtdLed
I h.is been hack and f
. Israel on special tnittsona He
11 from Israel rocentbj
II 'ht firsthand infoi
current situation as it re
to the reoponie of American
for Jewish mrvivoJ
I '- Its, oanpa
ite at the local Jewish r
. .dent- that have been hap
both . . mil main OthOT I
I I.....t the country, after the
tic remarks made
Broo n i i
1 nivoi site His talk els i
Mi Dk hiatiOO and
i upon democratic nun J
i M.md the world
ll really running out
>n Jewrj mn with
if the and
in Jewrj a- Wt know U
11: Joe
nberf area chairman of a
.. i of eoodotniniunu
... not have ie< and op-
.:.'> Israel i- not calling
n American lewrj to
irea lor II
thcr blood in the battle All that
Israel la saying Is that Jewish
p ople uing Into Israel
oviel Union i>> the
thousands Ibej have to be tup
ted; thej h ive to be hou
have to be sdu<
"All tnis < ost Kran
Ided "Jewish FamUle
nave lost their tons
and broad winners the) havi
led Israeli soldiers
have tiiic cm! of the last wai
maimed, disabled, handicapped;
the) must be i ited. All
of thi me) and ui
lh i an turn
to
Profs Saul Wachfj
To Lecture Here
D Saul Wschs, A iti Pro
f> mm ol .' wish Studies at Bran
del- I nil i rstt) Will Ih1 the |
hi I ..' the \d,i!l I-' lu latioil
Seri< I hire of Temple Beth
l-i.m ,.,\ ;,t 8 p in
in announcing l*r Wach
Israel M I
ii- .ui ol the Ailiiit Edu
'ii i omi A .<
huh regaj i for Dr Wa< hi Dr
^ o has lectured through-
Canada
and I ..I'd w in be sd
himself to t wo \< r
the .'< '
.- itj. Jewish Identitj
the pro'... no ol praytn | in out
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and
Hit what i> more important
is that the Israeli army fighting
agalnat tremendous odds to stave
off Arah hordes supplied by the
Soviet Union with the moat so
phisticated weapons and denied
help by ever) European eountrj
must only turn to world Jl 11
for the sustenance and tolidarit)
expressed through their giving
"We must noo give more than
are ever gave before, and w<
must now participate in the or
gantxation of the UJ.A Padera
tion drives," he emphasized
Bob Nathan. Dr. S;dne> Jennoi
chairmen for Palm-
Aire Buildings l through 7. tnd
the Villas
At s meeting held at Dr. Jen
Ms' home milar plans were
made for a cocktail part) at the
home of Boh Na i 2050 Pal n
Aire Drivi NortJ \;>t 601, Mon
Dee 16, tt 30 D IH
osponsoring this part) will be
Dr Jennos Julian Rothman and
i eon Rosenbaum Thia meeting
will also concern itself with put
tins; the m ui messagi
kh to the people present, ask
for their contributions to
help meet the situation
Bob Nathan expressed the hope
the majority of M Jen
lenta living ;n the build
indicated would res-pond He add
ed I am sure the i will
be excellent once the stor) i~
told and the need is identified
''ur (" >pl< | ilwavs been n
< i t:i plight of Je i -
: in troubl i r the>
' been and I know thai
they will continue the -
(AGING
1101 Nl 4S STRUT roaflAUOIItDAll
L'Chayim Group Of Hadassah
The L'Chayim Group of Fort
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will ho!! a (. hanukah Member
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p.m in the new Tamarac Jewish
Center, 9101 n\v 67th SI. Ta-
marac
To Meet At Tamarac Dec. 17
Mrs Milton M ir [olius, piesi-
dent, will i : le. Mi-. iVUlisun
Titen and Mrs. uen Glass v. ill be
in charge of refreahtnonts preced-
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man. program vice president, will
present the program
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+ lmUtFkrk&>r of Greater Fort Lcniderdale
Friday. December
Emperor Has No Clothes
The great French intellectuals, among them 'eon-Paul
Sortie, and the anal Gannon .:itellectuals. among them
Nobel Laureate Heinrich Boell, serve as a heart-warming
example to the world of decent people who have reacted
l outrage to the raps of UNESCO.
UNESCO is the United Nations agency dedicated to
the international celebration of man's efforts in the arena
of educationcl, sc: mad cultural affairs.
Surely, in this arena. Israel ranks high in achievement.
Yet, the UN has stooped so low these days that it has:
Withdrawn all assistance from Israel in the pursuit
of these affairs;
Excluded Israel from UNESCO's regional group in
Europe;
Called for increased assistance to the "liberation"
of Palestine end other "liberation" movements;
Directed the UN to cooperate with all Arab slates
and the PLO in "assuring" the right of education and cul-
ture to Arabs living in Israeli-occupied territory.
All of these are political considerations. None is either
educational, or scientific, or cultural.
All of these show the rape of UNESCO as a reflection
of the larger rape of the United Nations itself by a one-
sided, runaway Arab-Communist-Black Africa dominated
bloc.
Intellectuals of the calibre of Sartre and Boell see the
danger in this and axe speaking out. It is about time that
someone says something about the fact that the Emperor
has no clothes.
^ luriivostok ami Rogers
It may be wishful thinking that the Vladivostok com-
munique, based on a single, one-hour session b3tween
President Ford and Leonid Brezhnev on the subject of the
Middle East, projects the resuscita.ion of the old Rogers
peace formula calling for only "insubstantial changes
Israel's pre-Six-Day War borri-
would like to think this is true, but so sweeping
a formulation of U S. Soviet detmte in the Middle East is
ic o! Moscow, nor is it reaifstic to as-
sume that both leaders would accept it after so short a
'.ng.
Further, the old Rogers formula, named after S<--retary
of State William Rogers, did not in fact propose only
"insubstantial changes." The proposal was, on the con-
trary, quite sweeping in its demands for border adjust
.!S.
If it d;d not quite envision an Israeli withdrawal to
her pre-Six-Day War borders, neither could the adjust-
ments be called "insubstantial."
For example, the proposal was firm on Sharm el-
Sheikh. Gaza end the Golan.
And, above all, the Rogers "insubstantial changes"
opened the door for calls for the internationalization of
Jerusalem, a demand that no world leader seriously con-
sidered prior to the Six-Day War, but thct Rogers felt was
feasible as a "sop" to the Arabs.
In fact, the major difficulty with the Rogers formul-
was that it was all things to all parties. Certainly, Egypt
Syria and Jordan saw one set of principles in it.
Israel saw another the dangers we have just listed
here.
The Vladivostok communique was typical detente
publicity, and in the sense that it intended to say every-
thing to everybody and therefore nothing, it may be con-
strued to have revived the Rogers plan.
That is as far as the similarity goes.
frjpwist Flcriclicir
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OF GHtATf* FORT LAUDBRDALB
OFFICE n<1 PI.AVT 1K K 6lh St.. Miami. Fla SI 131
APVUtTISOtO DBMUtTMl
HUM I AI'l'l 1. Mia net Florida 33101
FrlPti 1 (KT SI ZANNK lH td r '' A'ftiMant to Pul.ltahar
The Ji*nh Fioridian Does Not Guarantee Tlw Kashrvth
I Of Tna Merchandise Advertised In Ita Cotomna
I 1-ubli-h-d P.. V. klr
Second CUi ami. Pa
The Jewish Florldi Ma* absorbed the Jewish Unity and the JnniH Weekly.
Member of the twieh Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Worldwide N -wa Service. National Editorial Association. American As-
sociation of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Floru a Press Association.
Bert Lutz, A Force For Good
In Broward Jewish Community
By MARY LAWSOM
rythinf in Bert Urtar life
has worked together to bring her
to the m of lershi] ipies In 1
South
In Met
\\ -
ing neoml
married )! tman
and bad .i m Daniel and a
bier Judith
Tin- direction h ipment
hank. MM i learly the result of Hm
influence of her scholar fathci
Sam Shankman.
A MKRfHWT hv vocation.
s.(m aayeotad himself to Jen
learning and tradition, and be-
fore he died he had SOafeort I
four books \n sari] Elonlat, an
admirer of Bent, he counted
amonc his priendl teacher*-, rah
bis. vholar'y men both of
own background and of the Gen
tile community Ttii- dedicated
man. however, risited Israel o
once in his life
Mr Shankman- b-
"The V'
May." "Foot n I
"Moalding Force" an.I
Raman I Yt m of B'm
Bert It '
tg the rn^'
th.i
munitv in Mem;
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Local Area) One Year S3 00. Out of Town Upon
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Volume 3 Number 25
Friday. December 13. 1974
29 KISLEV 5735
BeleGe DilV
Hiii Success
In N. Unman!
i
I
! alnv>
Israel BV
. h.i B.L' i' ul
nment I
Of the N" !
I'-ond- said
f B.I.G
I
lab community .:i the Greater
Port 1 the
past have ibowrn their faith in
Isra< I by i un h I
and to remind them thai
is faced Will
en- during the Yoa
Kipp ir "
St.-vn J<- ... araa chairman fog
Israel Bond- B.IXj I>j\ Among
those vho assisted In th'- maaiva
volunteer \ da
Beer and Ran*] I ai) Temple
Beth Israel; Harvey Jefferbaum.
Temple
chairman: Israel Resmkoff Mar
cat. laraal Boadi
chaimuv Vfc lor Ishoarll
dent of the Tamarac Jewish Cen-
ter
<. then HalUager. a maanbar
of the North Broward laraal
Bonds board .>f gaeeraon and
a rfgktere'd representative at
she.ir.rm Hayden Stone, was in
truiiMnital m the organization "f
B IG Day activities Jack Till
is vice pie- i, |||
mar. the brokanga firm.
According 11 Hi nnaaat b i
Day acUvitli raapiiiaillili
foi u i of UMfiOB in
Bond tall ,ith
volunteer effort were H
and Stern in Roll) and
' \ I Pro| and I jvanagh
Corp in htlasai
HIS. JACOB IfffI
With this ort of research go-
me on in her cmildhnod home*.
inj aafer that Bert ha*
as her i>ment of
the qual 1'ff *
where in the worUt'
e death of her fir^t
ntu tanghf for Ihti i
v, .1- the raamM of
two sets of
pa"
r a whirhrmd court
nterest tn
lurt ar.v
i his
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he ; Cfinasta to
Harinsaah" directad hj BaoaUa
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nrrated by Mild
Weiaatefi Roh-
tiautu Playrrs are KW>r-
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I'ni- Martha ScMck, sihI
Mildred V7etnstein
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Rot hateS Stenn.
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American Jew* Un.l
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thi nonet was used
tate the actual Ian!
land that had been dt' berateh
1 hv the < ''
pire The old p
taxed trees'
Berts orxani/atio-
reads bke a record of Ji
deavor :n this ctnin'r
of Youn^ Judea fro
he btscame ;
Avukah (Youne I m cot
leee
DVMNG HKR
M president Had*>
sah and then Set -sah :s
phis, she p- hertfj
(or ev n m >re ; U
taking a c
tl ,. Bar I
on I v
a wh.-r.
npaign
Involved
.munitv
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the
v
t nn

in '
llebi. w ..'
I
dassah I it now '

a* a pubhr apaaket
>f the speakers of
of Madassah \
rt w
In 197278 bV rt
Woaai". ''
eration In !!*7^T4
period Of travel
the Taai K .in u
IN faW .r '
plans for campj
psolvinc. she v-olurr
pn-sident of the ^
tion of Federation
ened her expertise it
bv attending
National Council
fare Funds
New th-lean*
Bbortifl thereafter lite f"
herself appoint- I
Board of the Women nral
al Scniee of Federation and
rently hejds th* s:^ '*"'
rcau of th- W omens luuice
F.^teratton
Two FeoVration pi
wchiUI like to x-<
area are a Jew->!
taw and a Home for th.
To her the wh
Federation i BaSttiK "^
of people There is no d lN *T
she is indee.1 Bring aai ',""[J
date of her fath
a right to relax I J\
between the womb an
A special reponsib:lit> r
the Jew
To the advanta
Jewiih community. B.f
hrr father* phllcaopll
sonal mandate



Friday, December 13. 1974
Je*i*i> fhrkii&ri of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 5-A

Gait Women
Or
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Campaign
Mrs. !!rl'-n Reiter, chairman o(
the '-'-'it ';* len'i
Di\. ports' thai | are
foi the
d Divisi >n I
n.
' .t. for Ih
fir-: impaign
will i mi :.
first i uaeha m >" Jan 6 w l

Jan.
Mr* Belter noted thai both
fun*
h the
Gait M
an n h*uh un qkv mo* vquq $//
plantation* ( pj o ;.::n
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. of
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1 tap 6-A
-JmisHkrk**! d Craqtt Fort Uudetdala
Friday. December 13.
1974
Teacher-Training Program
To Feature Rrandeis Scholar
The Teacher Tr.iimnii Program
nsored by the Jewish Kduca-
.on Committee >f the Jewish
.oration of GranUr Fort I
tit will feature Prof Saul
Bfacha, a noted Jewish scholar.
ndaj at 7 p m in Temple
according to Ladwik
taki chairman of the Jewish
I uion Comm:-
Dr Waca* currently a profM
in the School of Judaism at
ndeL, University, ill
i appr.>aehe- to teaching pray-
". .in the
I>r \ ten many
f prayer
pei ; i
book on t\ I He
'
State* and d a> an
v graduate
Jeorkdl Theological Seminary
he received bla doctorate at
mbia (Jnivni
It If the hope of Ihe .'
Education Committee thai the
Toachar Trainii
up-grade the level of Jewish Kdu
cation il .nnmnity by pro
viding the teacfaan with nan
methods and skills that will
benefit them in the classroom
The program will tbo serve to
build a reearvt of qualified and
fied teach.rs in the (If
l-auderdale area." sa; 1 Mr
Brodiki
PenooJ de-innt: additional in
nation on the programs of
ration- Jewish Bdnca
tion I <> c',n
tor '
at the
fl
Rabbi A. Labowitz .center spiritual leader ol Tem-
.ie Bath [arooL presents the State of Israel Masada Award
:o Mr. Mm. Jacob Brodzki at the Nov. 17 Temple Beth
."srael-Israel Dinner of State on behaif of Israel Bonds Also
:ured were vtiom left: Robert M. Hermann, chairman of
ne No Broward Israel Bonds board of qovernors. and
Samuel R Shapiro, dinner chairman. Internationally known
-.ews corresponaent Robert Mayer Lvans was gueat speak-
er at the highly successful Israel Bonds dinner-dance.
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Question Box
not. iAUl P. wcms
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Why is il that there is no
Mini benrdirtion which
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enxatin* in the activity of
prater, web as there is be-
foiv performing other com-
mandments?
Tfear* are three reason- f
First, it i> a rnk
that where the k mmandmen! i
. i '.v prayer, it
lid be redundant I : r a
benediction which would
offering a prayer over
n.ll>. where the
ment of the commar
p-n,!- on .irh mdr id I
in each individual <-..
benediction woild bt
order because there
.i fixed amount i|
of prayer that would ,
c\enone alike.
Third, praver It actually |
prtvttwn granted to
!he text of pra\<- ,
fixrd and ordain s|
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ri:
day. December 13, 1974
* knist IhikUtr oi Greater Fort LauderdaU
Page 7-A
Woodlands Women's Division
Finalizes Campaign Plans
Mrs. Jean Shcpiio. (riqht) is chairman of the Woodlands
Women's Division. With her is h>T cothaiiman, Mis.
Blanche Oble'.z.
.. .; Mends Women's
; r.;c Ifa :on s cl Mrs. Jean
id U secretary. Has ow.
GOO LTH & I CONNA TAPltrS CIOTHFS GARDEN
900 LAS OLAS BOULEVARD
524 3861
Mrs .lean Shapiro, chairman
of tin' Woodlands Women's Divi
-inn report! that plans hive been
finalize 1 for the 1975 Woodlands
Women- Division Campaign.
Mr- Shapiro noted that the
1979 Campaign Will feature three
Th firvt. in conjunction with
tiie All City Division, will be an
nt luni hcon on Jan. 13.
. n tan 21 << 'he hon e of
Mr. Edmund hint:u.
II d followed by
' incl.....ii i 'i d M ""mo
of Mrs '-.. Adler l"h Cam-
i.....n \> ii f > led b; i
i
\. ': '. the
.... | v.
': Mrs

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l m l up "'
I lai i :,. >f H la
.,. i tie fol 0 I
11- I l':','
at H ilidaj
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Admission will b :1 P-"
bhkeC i la
wrapped and priced to ease the
handlir. ol I action Ul pro
eeeda will '' *outn A'"
livities" prograni
Mr- Burke Bronatein, Mr- Sid
ney Brumberfer, Ifra Theodore
Daren, Mrs. Jack Farhei, Mr-
Peter Lawaon, Mrs. Sylvia Par-
ber, Mrs I-eon lie lira
Dionuholi
May this Festival of Lights
Bring Peace and Joy,
Health and Happiness
To Every Home
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-Je*isHkridUar of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, December 13, Vi
United Way Pledges Etas S750,000Mark
Mlitiii Division LMNfeft
in-
i : Ited
k with th l.f
11.9 million.
-
I- Ha .'l l .
v. a kei. ca nan.
MM ahead of tbia

the
'
I
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ind G : So ting.
-
I
n an
y with B &
la hi ading the at-

rLennan, aenior :
tor
Church, who i-
;: el tha north
n.
Hrow n
man. L # of tho La id*
ly Bar
\ -
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1 j boo]
t
I'nivi rsity
u u .i le turei on pre w

member "f I
1
Mai. MAUOim CPOCiN. KKS. iOti fOJt, MM. lUOWIIf EfOMKI, JM*S. J0if/>H WflSSBttG, MS. Al/IN COt/N,
MfS. KOBlftT HHMAMN
Detente Muddle in Middle East
B> VIT/IIXK SII\K(.II.
TEL aviv Ji \ Tha mc-
or fa; lii if of 1 S.-S01 let de-
tente may be a debatable ml
in o but in the Middle-
its failure Ls now beyond
*)t
Beviet all ondenalna
Becretar) of State Hear) A Khn>
ir.u. p p m
in tha. region are clearly
kit The Russians aren*t
blocking Iflaainajnr in ,n'' *
cal arena or on the diplomatic
1.
THFY \RF openly
his averj mow tow an! i
inc ntit to war Msa
bMttvmaari in th
Syrian regiese ot Pre dent

huge
atitiea of a rie] into
a. fully tuppoti tsaad -. de-
ma- draw
al from the Golan H ami
r sup-
of N .i- r trafafi PaJaotaM
l..i>.
if th. re hi any doubt of the
S ana anty t->

nor th
the fed that on
and Eastern Furopean
BBUniat bloc merchant ships
diacharging weapons and ammi
nition at the Syrian port of I-ata
kia
TIIF 1UHIANI are also ship-
ed quantitiea of war
sup; Egypt. rvH waiting
for the January wait of So
< ommunist Party Secretary Leo-
nid I Brezhnev to Cairo to be-
gin rehabilitating the Egyptian
machine. especially the air
force, which was severely bat-
tered in the Yom Kippur War.
Kremlinolo<{i6t* may ponder
the Russians It seems
clear. however, that Moscow is
attempting to turn the tables am
Dajaaajaf win. only lasi spring,
was single handedly baniahlng
Serial influence from the Middle
East
That influence h.-id been all
pervaaive since the S \ Day War
when the Russians totally
ported the Arab aaoe, broke off
diplomatic relations with Israel
and began re-arming Kcypt and
S] ria
BUT MOSCOW Cairo relat
had begun to cool before the
Yom Kippur War President An
war Sadat ousted Russian ad
ors and technicians and acc<
the Kremlin of reneging on
weapons shipments After the
V War the l
ped ;nre ;)u' br<.
Geneva >nfctrnc>
at which the U S and USSR
erred aa rochatnnen, was to be
lie Fast
peace pact But Kissinger prefer
red | alone Ho npatajed
the Ruaaiana aritt his whirlwind
peraonaJ diplomat) in the region,
a< hie. .ng the -. v impos-
aiate disengagement agree-
ment! between Israel and F
ami Syria both [avotvinf small.
highly aynabolic laraeU tar
rial withdrawals
KISSINGER may have been
too !. rex T*i- Russians are now
retaliating b\ the methods they
knoa beat Increased tension an
courageiiunt of Arab intraiiM
nd Incitement to a new
war
United v in an ex-
vulnerabla position be-
cause a new war, almost
will bring renewal of
ideal ford and
diseaaned the Middle East i

ig has been accomplished, it
was on Russian terms
Soviet pi i rising
in the Middle Baal as
ttoaooar*! backing df the PI I
hnev'a i airo trip m
pletely heal the breach with the
ptiaaa Tha U B i inttnuea to
Btaadb and
Itaribjr, but tiien- is growing
unanalnem m Washington about
I an involvemenl in a new
round of Arab Israeli fightr
TIIF ARAB oil weapon could
rel) damage the I S and
W eaten -, already u:
DOmic stress, partlv as a re
ult of th.- provisos oil embar^.i
Uha!e\er l>econie ..f .1 Vnl.-
in the rest of th. world II
jd> lost all meaning in the
Vi.klle East
Threat Denied
JERI SAI.FM -- (JTA)
aim K.it/it's of-
h..... to confli n. or
t that tl Pn i lent
writ >! has a nuclear
potei i al and would use it under
tances.
The President*! Offlea ettad
thai Di Kat/ir m i
''' its inability to ceo

TIIF PRESIDENT a bio-phv-
t who was on the atari ..f
tin- Wei/niann Institute of S< i-
: to
gava a reception
nee writ rs, ai i
writ
the U S and < ..-
-
was uki : rider what
tm :.'i uoubi apoli
nuclear potential, to which the
Pra
"Do
the
'i anothi
b.-r Is-
did nol n. I'res.
"Why Should it ),,
I ei the :'. \
Broward County Chaplain To
Visit Hospitals Regularly
v let ition of Greater 1 |
* radting the :
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imber 13, 1974
* Jfniif Fhrirfiir of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9-A
Irs. Benjamin Carp (light display the State of
pda Award they receiv?d at the Marqate Jewish
1 Dinner of State on Nov. 24. The Caipj were
r the Israel Bonds Organization for notable
pt in fortifyinq the economic foundations of Is
are Mr. and Mrs. Israel Resnikofi. Resr..
ian of the Israel Bonds event.
| Men"* dub Plane Dec. 22
if Spring Tree Country (llii!>
brine planned at
te rountry Sunday.
7 :> p in by trio
rof Margate J>
Fn.dman. in the
the calligrapher'i
Brie .1 beautiful
lures ul
ntritnited Cl
the 81 Yom H i
rk f art Mill he
thun :
t M 'lC.
le crew to ennreal
| bo funded bj P i
who
IS 1.1 I
to the cause <>(
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to I
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Janunn
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TH AVIV fJTA) The
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nun: rtered ten 1 n m I
the border into Lebanon illegally
onlj three months ago for in-
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and tploeives, 1st
,.;il
POLICE, who reco
the crime based on the testi-
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SB-year-old Bubhi
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term:
His wife WU wounded in the
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JenOl ntrkMan <* Qm*m Fort Lauderdaio
Friday. Dece
13,
Gait >Ii1e Planning Campaign
Kathai
the
on j row-
A ''ie
made with even, one of the Jew-
'
T!" "
j...-i tin
With
plat,
hjv
. the
fi
:i will ti.it lei the <-ami>aicn
will respond and
they
thli is a
yea
... .it Israel < itaaa i>*.'
the survival "t Jewry In thfci
i>:li
i
N I I
we 10 able to solve uur p
tome.
"When the bU-
hon. of .1 Hal th.it are bein|
im* not
the Ji .,i.t
\\o ki our
the
i nsibilit) : u Ldne.
at H
"
25
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it hi-
ntri sit a
m to -*11 o4 'in'
Jewish I Ihrtaf aa
\i e In rental apartments
t the) ire few In
number, are ti"t orgUliieri The
Intent of thai letter is t< make.
that every lewWi fan
await* "t thf cunetit t J A
drive.
Thi
nd and 'tne
to join the team
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4

A Ne*/ Chanuka Miracle
We liqht the first Chanuka candle Sunday night,
launching the eight-day festival in celebration of religious
freedom and the Maccabee miracle. 'See Sec. C and D.
But little has changed since Chanuka a year ago.
Needed is cnother Maccabee miracle to stretch the
world's one-day supply of o:l to Chanuka s miracle num.-
Needed. too, is another Maccabee m.racle in Israel
that will give her. if not the religious freedom she already
enjoys, then the national freedom proudly to declare that
Israel is a state among states, a people among peoples.
The Chanuka story recounts the victory of Mattcthias
end hi* sons in cleansing the Assyrian idols from the
temple in Jerusalem.
For Israel to proclaim her freedom as a nation, a* a
}ple she needs a new Mattathias to cleanse the Arab
idol from her soul that in the form of Yasir Arafj! denies
her integrity and is dedicated to the destruction of her
being.
More time will be needed than the eight candles
mcrking the first Chanuka miracle to accomplish th.s In
the meantime, Jews everywhere will be celebrcting the
1'estival of the Lights in the hope that in the end it will
be accom; hshed.
Jewish history and tradition are filled with the miracu-
lous, modern Israel being the most miraculous of all Jew
ish miracles.
Suiely, her security should seem achievable, too.
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)D. MAKE US ALL DECENT PEOPLE THAT THERE MAY BE CAUSE FOR MORE HOLIDAYS LIKE CHANUKA.'
Iianuka Candles Mark the Nobility of the Maccabees
And (he Miracle of God Has Gone
Along With Them for Generalions
STREET SCENE IN MEA SHEARIM
Section B
Jewish FlOrldian Fndoy. December 13. 1974
oi Greater Fort Lauderdal* _________________
By ITZHAK BEN TOV
C\S ACCOUNT of Chanuka I've
been looking up the Macca
bee family whose valor made
Chanuka possible as the first ce!
ebration of human rights and
liberty But. alas, families dont
always live up to the high repu
tation of their ancestors After
due study of the Maccabees lat-
er history 1 felt depressed to dil
cover what became of em all
finally
Thej d" erved a much h;.
'
am; le bj the
,. r ier "-' rs of their
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IN COMMEMORATION

I've ill my life. 1
I burn I
mem ty. Ind
if God leemj to b
oe along with th< m even
to keeping trash the sacred oil
in the temple lamps during tht
years when the Creeks Jupiter
sat high on the temple's altar in
Jerusalem.
From my childhood I have
thought of Chanuka as a kind of
Fourth of July. But even as 1
keep on kindling the Chanuka
candles one more each eve-
ning 1 shall sadly remember
the awful ending of the Macca-
bees even after the ma jest ic
greatness of the Maccabee ances-
tors which we all fondly recall
at Chanuka time.
OH. ITS SAD to know the fate
of the Maccabees whose ancestor-
saved our Judaism for us some
2.000 years ago. by leadership in
the battles for the temple and re-
ojs liberty.
The Maccabees were the royal
dynasty in Jerusalem for some
128 years from tne year 165
to the year 37 before ihe Chris
tian era. Th" name Maccabee de-
rivei from the Hebrew "makka
bi" which m"ans "hammerers."
Taej were dedicated hammerers
in the years in which they es-
tablished Chanuka bj their valor.
! for the temple
wrj toward religious
Bl T. KLA8 later 1 Macca-
e to r a'
Ml
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the
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Sj
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iiq -i ii i opposi-
tion against the Mac ib?es The)
were In hotiIe parties the
Sadducees, the Pharisees and 'he
Esaenes al! again I the Mar
eabees
Several yean after the Chan-
uka victory occasion the Mac
cabec King Jonathan (also high
priest i was captured by the Sy-
rians and treacherously murder-
ed Oh. it came to pass that one
trouble followed another in pur-
suit of the Maccabees. They were
turning against each other. One
of the Maccabee kings abrogated
his throne in favor of his wife.
but her reign didn't last at all
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f'HANVKA CALLS to mind th,<
military prowess of. Juda|
Maccabeus guerrilla army at a
time when Ameru-a. throush the
novel -covered
the Jew as a ticnting man.
Today the military arts have
bv me Incredibly soph
Jews, as daar and rocket sci-
entist*, take | leading part in the
',n-e Jewish partici-
pation in top-level military sci-
encc I- far nin of prooorlion to
the l nparatnelv small number
of Jews in Ike population.
rrnan scientist. M .1
- leidm m the last century
analyzed the lew as a soldier
TV r under the Macca-
:i szpl >:<- :n the cam-
I rhich ended with Tiliis"
Jerusalem. :'
(' te rebellion under Bar
K. m M
| N i m Balisar-
of the passes of the
Ml the 1 lace
th. : reat-
e~t herers ha lory."
AN EM' IP ,.nd persecut-d
.-.,< i sjonod in the
..:>ee- and ,>thrr h-roic de-
I of th.- taith l! as onlv
natural that an underprivileged
group would identify vic..r;>
arith ;ts tronc men
\ hoatility makes it neces-
sary for Israel to live as an arm-
ed c: :np today Jewish teachings
are coexistent with legitimate
srlf the military feats for which our
h -ton.ins take credit might
stand examination
It is common practice to relate
Jewish participation on both
aides in the American Civil War
Jews who served the I'nion and
the Confederacy are listed with
equal pride Vet. it is dubious
whether Jewish Confederates
were defending the ideals of
Judaism.
ONE FINDS Gen Milch. Goer
iag's chief of staff, listed among
_.,.
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History of the Jew
As a Fierce Fighter
2nd. known as Philometer. and
Cleopatra his wife, committed
the "whole kingdom to the care
of Jewish troops" commanded by
Hebrew generals.
Many Jews served in Arabic
armies during the capture of
North \fr:ca and Spain Indeed,
the Moorish invader. Tanq the
Zeiad. from whom Gibraltar
takes .ts name. wn said to be
a Jewish Berh-r The l!th Cm-
tun- found Samuel Hanagid. a
defense minister
h kingdom of Gra-
nada and Malaga Historians
Friday. December
claim that the opposing
o*. Moslem Sev.t;, ,ncf J
many Jews that thrj m.
agreed not to battle 0"n
days, the Jewish lhh ANCIENT Jlus ,.
from the ChaM, -.. f
people. Jews have W
linked with th,
kinsmen Jews -(,
powerful forces .,.
Hittites. Babylon
Greeks and Roma:. jt
tieal formations were cow
the Romans.
Continued on PaW jm
Bv MILTON FRIKOMW
incut IIis name appear! in an Brittle,
'The JM tl Soldier. Strate.
Military Adus-r" The fact
that the Nazi Milch repudiated
his Jewish father to cam honor-
arv Aryan status from Hitler.
Who needs him'
The same article lists another
Jewish 'hero" He is German
Cat Dusterbers. a leader of th
Stahlhelm. a veterans group that
collaborated with the Nazis.
It is also triumphantly noted
that a Jew served Mussolini's
Fascists with such "outstandinc
valor under fire" that he was
awarded a gold medal He was
Bruno Jesi
THE JEWISH attitude toward
military heroism is easy ta un-
derstand The medieval church
confined Jews to the ghetto, for-
bade them from cultivating land
or bearing arms. A cruel legend
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m>th As human hehsps, Jews
possess the same capacities as
other individuals.
There ts no doubt of Jewish
military destruction in ancient
days Tacitus of Rome recorded
Jewish ferocity n battle Jewish
captives were the favored gladi
ators Jewish mercenaries served
as professional soldiers Macro-
bius. the Roman writer, revealed
that many Jews served in Cae-
sar's lesions
IN EGYPT, the Ptolemy d\
nasty relied on Jewish soldiers
Joscphus reported that Ptolemy
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long. This Maccabee queen's own
son pushed his mother aside and
took the throne to himself.
THERE ENSUED a bitter
struggle between Maccabee
brothers in rivalry for the Hos-
monean throne of their dynasty.
The Pharisee party demanded
that the Mm -cm bees step down
from their throne. Finally the
Roman general Pompcy settled
it all; he invaded the Jerusalem
scene and made Judea tributary
to Rome ... an easy victory for
him on account of all the fight-
ing that had been going on in
Jerusalem; what with the Mac-
cabee brethren fighting each
other, and the religious and po-
litical parties fighting all the
Maccabees together.
Well, the Romans who had
taken Judea established Herod
as Judea's king. To ascend his
throne Herod had to get rid of
the Maccabee king Antigonus.
Antigonus was conveniently be-
headed.
HEROD HAD married a Mac
cabee girl named Marianne a
granddaughter of one of the sur-
viving Maccabees. Herod took
steps to remove all the Macca-
bees, to the end that no one
should be left to disturb his ma-
jesty. He drowned his wife's
brother Aristobolus in his bath;
Chanuka Candles
Mark the Nobility
Of the Maccabees
he put her grandfather out of
the way by assassination; he kill-
ed his wife's mother Alexandra,
and finally, he had his own wife
executed.
So, came the end of all Mac-
cabees, some 130 years after the
earlier Maccabees had fought so
nobly for freedom and thereby
caused Chanuka to be estab-
lished.
AND ALL that brings me to
the thesis of this column. It's
t.r*i
this: That human beings remain
the same ornery kind they were
2.000 or more years ago .
Same old mean ways of mankind.
I bow my head in tribute to
those more worthwhile Macca-
bees whose noble doing brought
us Chanuka. and recite a prayer
of my own: Oh. good God. please
make us all decent peopie to the
end that there mu\ be cause for
more holidays like Chanuka in
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Ben Gurion
Foresaw the
Palestinian Agony
And Prescribed for it
By DAVID BKN-Gl RION
THE ESSENCE of the Jewish
people's demands and rights in
its own land is: not to take from
what others have, but to rebuild
the ruins; not rights relating to
the past, but to the future; not
the preservation of a historical
heritage, but the creation of new
national assets.
H -ir
Here we encounter a great
question, the decisive political
question for us in Kretz Yisrael:
THE FIRST anniversary of the
death of David Bon Gurion fell
on Wednesday. Kislev 6. last
NOV. 20. He is being recalled
in Israel and throughout the
Jewish world in memory of
this occasion. The celebration
of Chanuka seems a particu
larly apt time to read selec
tions from Ben Gurion's mas
sive literary' output written
during a lifetime of intellec-
tual and political activity in
behalf of the Jewish State.
the relationship between In I
and Arabsa question that de
mands from us a clear solution
We must not leave the answer
for the distant future which is
not yet in our hands and on
whose account we can be gener-
ous and promise somebody that
we have come here to be a free
people in its own land and deal
with our neighbors in justice and
kindness.
FOR THIS is a question that
must be answered today: How do
wo want to arrange our lives and
our relationships with our neigh-
bors at presentat this moment!
Our intentions will not be and
are not judged in the light of
fine declarations, promises and
announcements that someone
very festively proclaims on some
platform or other.
Our attitude will be tested in
the light of our deeds and not
our words The question is: what
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swer we want for others what
we want for ourselves, and we
are prepared to give others what
we want them to give us There
is one criterion bv which all re-
lationships both personal and
politicalcan be measured it I
am prepared to do for others
what I want others to do for me.
whether in a positive or negative
sense.
We do not want to suffer in-
Diaspora, and we cannot and do
justice and discrimination in the
not wish to make others suffer
from such things in our own
country, we do no* ant slander*
to rule us or our fa;.'
oSf TBWro 'nie?!r'through^
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tie for the independent exist-
of the Jewish people and we who
present the whole world right ".y
and in good faith with a demand
for complete national equality,
must present ourselves with the
MM demand
If this demand commits th?
world in its attitude toward* u<.
then it commit* us in our atti-
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THE AftAB must realize t*at
we have not come to expropriate
him. en lave him or worsen his
situation He must realiie that
Zionism is not a chance and
ephemeral phenomenon but a ne
cessitT based on the life need* of
the entire Jewish oeople and th
organized strength which cannot
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be dismissed or silt
Insofar as there
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stand our cause, there u .
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Not only the new p-.one*ft|
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liable information on both our-
etvej and our neighbors Mutual
acquaintance is a prerequi
for mutual understanding.
IN THE sphere of our external
activities. I regard an agreement
with the Arab people as the de-
risive political document, the key
to all the political issues facing
the Zionist Movement.
I aNo know that it is ea-ier to
want an agreement and formu-
late plan for it than to bring
the other party to an agreement.
I nf' rtunate'.y for us. there is no
Rich thing as ,i unilateral agree-
ment And the difficulty involved
in getting the agreement of the
other side i> considerable.
Pint of all. our neighbors do
not see the necessity of an agree-
ment as we do. They do not seem
to be at all interested in an
agreement with US They have
the upper hand, for their surviv-
al is not endangered There is
no force that would want to up-
root them from this land.
They want what they have to
remain entirely and exclusively
in their possession They do not
want any changes.
Nevertheless. I do not believe
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that the search for a way to an
agreement will be in vain pro-
vided that it is a search based
on a knowledge of the difficul-
ties involved and on the kind of
tinual and stubborn effort
thnuiph which al 1 our work
in Eretz Yisrael is done not
declarations and proclamations.
IF WEthe members of the
weaker, penniless people be-
little the value of declarations
made by the world's great poli-
ticians and doubt the promises of
powerful governments and the
n-solutions of the League of Na-
tions, what value will others at-
tach to our own declarations and
proclamations0 The latter will
not give or add anything to us
or others
1 am thus speaking of a very-
real agreement and cooperation
in the spheres of economics, cul-
ture and politics.
it 6 *
WE DO not believe in a peace
which has no truth in it. We do
want only peace with the Arabs
in Eretz Yisrael. If a free Jew-
i>h people does not arise here,
we are not interested in the Arab
question.
We are trying hard to solve
the Arab question only in terms
of a great Zionism, and the rec-
ognition of the historical neces-
s;ty that masses of Jews will
stttle here and constitute an in-
dependent people which will one
day encounter the hundreds of
thousands of Arabs who live here
as well as the Arab nations and
kingdoms that surround us in the
neighboring states. The question
of peace, mutual understanding
and joint activity with the Arabs
in Eretz Yisrael and its surround
Ufa is one of those fundamental
questions thot determine the
spirit of Zionism
Permit me to add: we have not
fiven up the vision of the millen
nium. nor have we abandoned
the dream of our historic mh
M still regard the renais
I the Jewkh people in in
own land as th- opening up of a
new era not only in the destiny
of our people but in that of the
awakening East too.
to it -Cr
Only he who does not know-
human nature can imagine that
the Arab people or any other
people would prefer good strange
rulers to its own bad rulers. Even
if the government supplies the
entire needs of the Arabs, it will
arouse unwillingness among
them.
ZIONIST REALIZATION
means restoring the center of
gravity of Jewish history to Er-
etz Yisrael and the linking of
our destiny to that of Eastern
Asia and its inhabitants. We
must prepare ourselves spiritual-
ly for this great return which
will involve a fundamental revo-
lution in our international situ-
ation and in the region of the
peoples who shall encompass us
in future.
If we wish to be a people of
Eretz Yisrael we must cleave
to the new geographical and eth-
nographical environment to
which we are returning and in
which we are settling. We can-
not possibly dream of our future
in terms of European achieve-
ments only.
The Jewish people tu EreU
Yisrael will be linked to Europe
from the west only via the Medi-
terranean. Northwards, south-
wards and eastwards it will come
into contact with Arabic-speaking
peoples who are united by an
abundance of factors: religion,
language, tradition, customs and
perhaps politics too These peo
pies will be Mr closest neigh-
bors for generations to come.
OR Or our economic ties
and. to a certain extent, our cul-
tural and political ties, will he
bound up with them and their
destiny The fate of the coopera-
tion between us and the neigh-
boring countries too will depend
to a considerable extent on the
wisdom and the talent that we
reveal in establishing friendly re-
lationships with the Arabs who
live in EreU Yisrael.
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rstinding Is to rise and tell
Urab people the whole truth:
ii a Jewish people of 17
lop For the wk* of itsi hu-
honor and netronet culture.
],jr needs of iU masses, de-
!>y its will to survive
it* historical eternity it
r,. and is forced to aspire
er together as many
j possible in Eretz
; .md live there as an in-
Lndeol people.
Lii fact may not be welcomed
| a] Arabs who wish to
the itatoa quo which
markedly Arab nature
if Brett Yisrael is very
pared with the vast
. ir-i'ly populate*! lands
Dunding it in which there
Dom for Arab culture
osper and develop in com-
; >ni and without any
I >n it is only natural that
of Eretz Yisrael dis-
!\ regard the fund.men-
that are taking place
ire. economics and society
the return of the Jews to
Yisrael
itVF.VER, the powerful mo-
behind this return to
the lifetime mil
hrish to survive of a people
tiering millions with a scroll
jfiering two thousand years
I., stubborn people that will
i ede anything that affects
istorical destiny.
| on the basis of an Arab
ki on (if thi> fact can th<
tandinf just as there
no understanding without
ting another fact
ml || i- for
thai many Arab* have
dwelt in Eretz Yisrael for hun-
dreds of years. Arabs whose an-
cestors were born here and died
here and for whom F.reU Yisrael
~*s thetr country jn which -they
wish toand shall live in the
future
We must accept this fact will-
ingly and draw all the necessary
conclusions. This is the basis of
true understanding between us
and the Arabs This understand-
ing will not be achieved today
or tomorrow No matter how fer-
vently we desire it It will cer-
tainly not come from the Arabs
first since what i- obvious to us
the iron will of the Jewish
people for a land of its own and
Its sturdy rapacity to redeem it
from its desolation is not so
(leu to the Arabs.
AS V\R as thev are concern-
ed, there are only 170.000 Jews
in Eretz Yisrael and there are
some of them who do not regard
even this fact as a "magi.ster
dixit." In their opinion it is pos-
sible to erase 'his fact from the
face Of the earth and rid them-
selves of this Jewish minority
forever, fuel as others in our
times have rid themselves of
greater and more powerful mi-
norities than the Jews.
In our times, a million Ar-
menians have been slaughtered,
millions of Turks have been up-
rooted from Macedonia as was
the case on the other hand, with
millions of Greeks in Asia Minor.
No doubt their are \ral>> for
which tl tion of the
Jewish question in Eretz Yisrael
i* not strange.
tiikrf. AM other \
arc nol nt pose i to the actual
presence of those Jews who al-
4d006v0 ML OUK JEH,SH FRltH\)S
IAPPYCB
ready live here but who want the
170.000 Jews to be "the protect-
ed Jews" of the Arabs, masters
of this land, just as the 30.000
Jews of Yemen"*re protected-fry
the Arab rulers there. Let us not
delude ourselves with thoughts
that the Arabs will change their
attitude completely and speedily
in our days.
Only when we grow here nu-
merically will the Arab people
learn to consider our cause with
deeper understanding and realize
that it is confronting not only
the Jews of Ereti Yisrael but the
entire Jewish people. This is a
matter of time.
But how amazing is the fact
and unpardonable sin that even
among ourselves we have not re-
alized that there are 700.000
Arabs in Cretz Yisrael and have
not drawn all the conclusions of
this reality. The Zionist move-
ment has not sufficiently learned
this simple and instructive fact.
if if if
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world that is known as the right
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of a people and every group of
persons. There is no doubt that
the Arab people in Eretz Yisrael
has a right to self-determination
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is not one of the Days of Awe.
embracing values of Passover,
with its Seder. The story at Cha-
nuka, as a matter of fact, isn't
evea told in the Bible, hot u the
two book* of the Maccabees
And those two books them-
selves differ in emphasis oa who
the real heroat were and weren't.
Some historians belittle the
military accomplishments of the
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Chanuka
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By MEIR CHABNIAK
the major Jewish historians ol
all time, alto dealt casually with
the actual military events for
which we recall Judah Maccabft
and his brothers in our own time
AS AN example of the mean
ing. or lack of it. of the Chanuk.
holiday itself. I discovered that
in Prof Victor Tchenkover-
basic and authoritative study.
Hellenistic Civilization and the
Jews." Chanuka is missing from
the book's index Indeed, the ho'>
iday itself appears to be minor
in the historical survey by this
Jewish scholar who devoted hi*
entire career to the Hellenistic
period in Jewish history
There are those historians who
say that the truth of the matter
is that the Maccabees themselve-
were "fanatics" and bloodthir-.:>
and. anyway, the Has mooes t
kingdom established after tat
victory of Judah Maccabee over
the Greek-Syrian oppressors, did
not last very Ion*.
WHAT U aaonr. Prof Tehen
kover tries to tell usgently. U
Is truethat Antiochua waj not
such a bad fellow and that the
repressions and persecutions he
introduced were a raault of Jew
ish rebelliousness, and not the
reverse: that is. that it want
against Antiochus* excesses that
the Maccabees revolted
But that revolt waj
growth of scares of 'hinui"
risings against Western .
and that the Hebrew* *,
of many groups to f.ght ,.
Jsa Western empire ^rjbb^T
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practically no musk, few novel*,
no folkkrt mad. her* and there,
a snippet or two of aa oratorio
or a jingle.
WHEN I called his attention
to two or three historical novels
concerned with the battle be-
tween the Jews and the Greeks,
with dtanaka somewhere in the
middle, he was surprised, but in
the end I had to acre* with him
that there wasn't very much. And
the reason? Well, in the past.
chanuka was not a holiday of
impressive proportions.
The success of the Chanuka
festival for Israel, sponsored by
the Israel Bond Organization, is
due, in part, to the tie-up of the
spirit of the Maccabees of old
and the modern Maccabees of
the Jewish republic. And the
stress put by the Bond Organiza-
tion on Chanuka during the past
.cades has brought to the atten-
tion of thousands of Jews the
drama in the story of the Mac-
cabees and their series of guer-
rilla victories against odds.
HERMAN WOm. in his best
Hler. "This is My God." made
the point that he undertook to
write his book because a friend
asked him if there was any liters
ture on Chanuka.
But on a practical level, the
Tificanee of Chanuka is well
described by Rabbi Albert I. Gor
don in his best-selling soci-
ological study entitled "Jews in
Suburbia."
" Everywhere." he writes, "re-
ligious schools concentrate on
the preparation of their pupils
for the Feast of Lights Antic!
pation of the pleasures and the
aesthetic values of the festival
help create a joyous mood among
children and parents alike."
And then Rabbi Gordon adds
this thoughtful phrase: "Conver
satione with rabbis, teachers and
parents in suburbia make it evi-
dent that Chanuka occupies a
unique place in the lives of
American Jews. It is the symbol
of the Jews' belief in man's in-
. heseat right to worship God in
freedom, even as it attests to
their hope for the future of man
kind."
RABBI GORDON quotes sub
urbanites frequency in his study
and here is a statement relating
to the value of Chanuka in "op-
posing" Christmas: "How can we
counteract the Christinas influ
ence in our public school system?
We must do it through our He-
brew and Sunday schools and in
our homes as well. So we make
Chanuka a season for colorful
decorations. We kindle beautiful-
ly tapered little candles and dis
tribute gifts and presents each
of the eight nights of the festi
til. We arrange our beautiful
school and home parties. We
have our congregational books
and gift shops present lovely
gifts wrapped in especiallyde-
signed holiday paper. In this
way. Chanuka becomes lots of
fun, aside from the story of the
Maccabees and the Syrians and
the implications of that story "
This is all well and good for
people groping in a particular
direction, eager to accept the
holidays of their people, uneasy
about the pressures of the holi-
days of the majority religion.
But there is more to it than this.
I'm sure For Chanuka has the
elements which lend themselves
not only to celebration but. pe-
culiarly, to American apprecia-
tion.
TO BEGIN with, it is a holiday
that can be accepted both as a
religious and a national celebra
tion. The Maccabees rededicated
the Temple and the miracle came
when the small cruse of oil
with enough oil for one day
burned for eight days and nights
This was the religious aspect of
itthe dogged survival of a peo
nle (and no matter that it is a realty more personal holidays istic side A people rose up
"minor" holiday compared with and theological ones). And then, conquered an enemy, afa
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>kistrkrH*>r Friday. Dncambor 13, 1974
S. Africa: Israels
Main Friend on the
Dark Continent
IN EDC.AR BERNSTEIN
Johannesburg
'T'HE WINDS of change have
taken a further toll in Africa
this >ear rocking the Portuguese
color.ie> of Angola and Mozam-
bique. But the Republic of South
Africa cont B lei u a firm en
tit?, the stablest and mot \eoped state in the mb-CO
ncnt.
It> 118.000-stron, Jawiat c >m
munity remains a bastion of sup-
port for Israel, more important
than its numbers suggest Al
though, as in other diaspora com
munitics. assimilation has in-
creased, it takes less toll in
Sauth Africa than in Britain.
Europe or the Americas.
WHEN THE AnlM launched
their Yom KipfMir onalaught on
Israel la>t >t\ir. South African
Jewry was galvanized b) nrhal
Dtvid K Mann, then chairman
of the community's central repre-
sentative institution, the South
African Jcwi-h Board of Depu
called "rock firm solidant>
with laraal
The South African Zionist Fad
eration received thousand- of of
f thrm OMil*-*- to no on personal
service to Israel, but the Israeli
authorities advised that this was
not required.
Only later, after the ceasefire.
wan groan of young people ac
cepttd for relieving work on th<
k.bru'./im Several former South
African Jews who had settled in
laraal made th- supreme sacri-
flce, while fighting in the Israeli
army
llli: COMMUNITY made max
jmum efforts to raise financial
help for Israel. Many peopl
doubled the contributions the>
had already pledged in the 1973
Israeli I'nited Appeal Campaign,
launched earlier in the year.
Jewish women's organizations
combined to arrange mammoth
"SaerifiM Sales.' at which par
ma! (raaawma of art. jewelry.
fun and other valuables wan
offered to help Israel Haaj
no- u*d wHh tub
stantial contribul
The South African c
ment. as in the Six Day War. pur
sued a policy of neutrality, hut
there was no doubt where th<
rjrmpatbJat of leaders and people
laj
THE PRIME Minister. R J
Vor-ter referred to the conflict
at a public meeting, saying that
behind Egypt and Syria, the wai
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was being waged by Russia.
which had supplied the Arabs
with weapons to attack Israel If
the Israelis lost the wax. Russia
would control the Gulf of Suez
and tbe Indian Ocean, with all
that meant to South Africa.
The Minister of Deleine. P W
Botha, speaking at another meet-
ing, said that he wished to con-
voy to the Jewish community
"our deepest sympathy and as
sure them that we as a small
nation feel their plight. What H
happening to them today may
happen to us tomorrow We will
find practical wavs of showing
our goodwill towards Israel."
Notwithstanding national cur
rency restrictions, the South
African Treasury gave permis
sion for the immediate transfer
to Israel of all money raised by
the Jewish community for Isra-
el's assistance.
The South African press re-
flected the wndespread sympathy
of the population and showed
keen understanding of the i-
fues involved. Several papor-
^ont their own correspondents to
report the war.
SOt'TH AFRICAN friendship
apart, the Yom Kippur War
found Israel deserted by one af-
vr another of the African states
to which it had extended aid.
Only Malawi. Lesotho and Swazi
land resisted pressures to break
off their relations with Israel.
It was natural that in this situ-
ation Israel should review its
policies in Africa. A decision was
taken to upgrade Israel's rela-
tions with South Africa from le-
gation to embassy level, and in
March. 1974 Itzhak Unna was des-
ignated Israels first Ambassador
to this Republic.
The choice could not have
been happier. Itzhak I'nna and
his wife Renate had endeared
themselves to South Africans
during the four years they had
previously spent in this country
when I'nna was Israel's Consul
General here.
THEY HAD nude friends with
all sections, and had shown un-
derstanding of South Africa's
problem*, while remaining un-
compromising exponents of Is-
rael's principles and policies
The press welcomed Unnas
appointment as the return of an
old friend, and the Jewish com
munity acrorded him a brimming
reception
The South African President.
J. J. Fouche. warmly welcomed
the new Ambass.idor when he
presented his credentials in Pro
toria in Juno.
Meanwhile. Aiyeh Bustan. who
arrived last year to become Is-
rael's new Consul-General in
South Africa made a friendly
impact on both Jewish and gen
oral communities.
A fine Yiddish speaker and a
poet of note in Yiddish. Hebrew
and Spanish, Buston was

May the sacred lights ofChanukah
Bring peace and joy that last.
Not only through this blessed time,
But after it has passed,
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2 and attended by some 400 dele-
gates and observers from all
parts of the Republic.
Guest speaker at the Congress
was Prof. Howard Sachar, pro-
fessor of history' at George Wash-
ington University. Washington.
DC Mis keynote address, analyz-
ing the interrelationship between
Israel and the Jewish communi-
ties of the diaspora, helped de-
lineate the major concerns for
creative Jewish continuity,
which was the Congress' basic
theme.
The various sessions and de-
bates reviewed the Board's work
on a wide frontinter-group re-
lations, youth services (chap-
laincy for young Jews during
their national service in the
army, programs for university
and non university Jewish
youth), i-sistance to small rural
communities, and cultural sen
ices.
THERE WAS a searching dis-
cussion of the moral issues in
volvod in the South African ra-
cial situation, and while the Con-
gress reaffirmed that the indi
vidual must follow his personal
political opinions and tbe Board
cannot take a political stand, it
also pointed out that it was en
cumbent on every Jew to make
his contribution towards a just
society, "in accordance with the
precepts and teachings of Juda
ism,"
Maurice Porter retired from
tbe presidency of the Board and
David Mann, outgoing chairman,
was elected to succeed him. Ju-
lius Rosettenstein was elected
the Board's new chairman, and
Michael Fredman and Dr. I.
AbramowiU. the vice chairman.
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Continued from Page 11-B
1. Teeger was elected the new
treasurer.
A major change at the Board
of Deputies was the retirement
of Gustav Saron from the posi
tion of General Secretary, in
which he had served with dis-
tinction for 38 years.
TRIBUTES WERE paid to him
at the i which also wel-
Bed his meet 1. Denis Dia
mond. who MSBBMd office as the
board's executive director in
let
The 17th national conference
of the Union of Jewish Women
of South Africa followed I week
later Here. too. many delegates
from ail narts of the country re
red the Unions work in
many fieldsits contribution to
Jewish-Gentile understanding
and goodwill: its adult education
work: its services to Jewish
youth and senior citizens; its par-
ticipation in interracial welfare
work and its fund-raising for Is-
raeli and local causes Mrs. Leah
Rosettenstcin was relected na-
tional president, with Mrs. R.
Norwich and Mrs. M. Stein as
vice presidents.
WOMEN'S WOBK continuW*'
on a wide front. The Women's
Zionist Council of South Africa
launched the bionaial Women'*
Zionist Campaign in February,
with Freda Keet and Marina Ras-
kin coming out from Israel as
the emissaries who carried the
campaign to many centers They
made a deep impression en the
audiences they addressee in Jo-
hannesburg and elsewhere and
the message they brought evoked
a generous response.
The United Communal Fund
campaign. South African Jewry's
major drive for its financial
Beads, launched in April by
American Jewish communal
leader Phiiip Klutznick. who
out on a fortnight's tour
Addressing 22 meetings in 12
days, he evoked a record re
sponse with contributions dou
bte and treble what the sanu
donors had given in previous
campaign>
EDUCATION CONTINUED to
make Steady progress. Eighteen
-h day schools now operate
in South Africa, with a total of
some 6.500 pupils In addition to
the day schools, about another
6.000 children receive a Jewish
education at part time Hebrew
schools congregational Talmud
Torahs, Reform schools and the
Yuidi-h FolkschooL
The Zionist FeJeration mark-d
it:, 73th anniversary last Deeem
ber Because of the Yom Kippur
War. r.o celebrations were ar
ranged at the time, but a tour
by the Israel Philharmonic Or
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alike wherever they performed
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Jews play their customary role
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South African general election
in April.
Five Jews were smong the
candidates elected to Parliament
Hyeaie Millet. Dr. E. L. Fisher.
Harry Schwartz, T. Arenson and
Mrs. Helen Susman.
Sewn Jews were elected te the
Provincial Councils D. H Ep
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Page 13-B
There are Jews Living in the Land of Voodoo Today
EDNA AIZENHEKO the island"at the turn "of the cm. KofiuS"!! {^arrival Israel vi/ae' It was in arc\ measurf
'PIIKRK ARE Jews in the land
of voodoo.
As a matter of fact there are
at least twenty Jewish families
ami an Israeli Embassy with a
staff of six in Haiti, the Carib-
bean republic best known for its
A i to-inspired religious rites,
primitive paintings ami stormy
|N>litical history.
The Jews of Haiti are mainly
of Syrian origin with a sprin-
kling of Central European Ash-
kenazim; the former arrived on
the island-Si the turn "of the cen-
tury, the latter came around the
l.mi u! World War II.
BOTH MAKK a living as mer-
chants and businessmen in Port
au Prince. Haiti's dusty capital
which Ls reminscent of an
Oriental souk except that the
bargaining is done in French or
creole instead of Arabic.
The Israelis of Haiti are head-
ed by Ambassador Zeev Hashan.
an army officer who is Israel's
first resident ambassador in Port
an Prince.
Before~~nis"arrival, Israel was'
represented In Haiti by its am-
bassador to Panama, and the
only "official" Israelis in the
country were the members of a
technical cooperation mission
working on a project of agri-
cultural development in the Cul
de Sac Valley outside Port au
Prince.
It was in great measure due to
the success of this project that
the Haitian government asked
Israel for a "full-time" envoy.
During a recent stay in Haiti
an inquisitive tourist got a
glimpse of what Jewish exist-
ence is like in this tiny com-
munity as well as a taste of the
difficult, yet important job per-
formed by Israel's agricultural
experts in the developing coun-
tries.
FOR THE "glimpse" our tour-
ist dkirr't nave'to go further than
his hotel, located in Petionville,
the fashionable suburb in the
mountains above Port au Prince.
The owner is a man whose father
was a Jew and whose mother
was a Black Haitian. When this
man's son was born he first had
the infant circumcized by a
niohel, then baptized.
Continued on Page 14-B
jw as a jj-isrcc j-icjhtcr
( ontinued from Page 2-B
The Hebrew King. Uzziah. be-
lieved in research and develop-
ment. His laboratories invented
the first engines of war This
took place 500 years be/ore Phil-
ip of Macedon. King Uzziah in-
-tituted the general staff con-
cept, integrated campaign strat-
egy, and the use of uniform mill
t.iry equipment.
Joab's method of attacking
fixed fortifications was imitated
much later when Titus besieged
Jerusalem. The Jewish concept
was that a good offense makes
the best defense Recent victories
of the Israeli Army have borne
this out
MODERN <;i KKHJM.A war
fare has been waged by groups
like the Partisans in Yugoslavia
and the Fidel Castro movement
in Cuba. The basic principles of
such campaigns were anticipated
by that guerrilla genius. Judah
Maccabeus, the first commando
And today, it is the day of
Arafat History Ls often a cruel
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Friday. December 13. 1974


ax
ere are
3-
ews in
the JL^anJ of Voodoo J oda\j
Ceniiaued from Page 13 B
The godmother at the bap-
tism was Mrs. Molly A hit hoi. a
Jewess born in Haiti of S>Tian
parents. Mrs Abithol has resi at the hotel hr the past ton
years since her grown chil-
dren left the island with her
husband, Isaac, who came to
Haiti half a century ago from
Morocco, and runs a dry goods
store in Port au Prince.
Asked about local Jewish life.
Mrs. Abitbol. a warm, articulate
woman, said that the few fam-
ilies were on good personal
terms, but that communal insti-
tutions were non-existent.
OCCASIONALLY, a rabbi or
cantor is brought in from the
States to perform a marriage or
a Bar Mit/vah. Since Amba-
dor Bashan's arrival, his staff
has organized High Holiday serv-
ices and a Passover seder for the
Jewish community.
Not long ago the embassy staff
played host to Mrs. Ruth Dayan.
former wile of the general, and
president of Maskit. the Israel
handicraft concern. Mrs Dayan
was touring South America and
the Caribbean under the joint
sponsorship of the Organization
of American States and Israel's
Office for International Coopera-
tion to see how Israel could help
tke countries in the area de-
velop their handicrafts.
Like any visitor. Mrs. Dayan
went to see a voodoo ceremony.
In the mini-caravan ambas-
sador's car. Mrs. Dayan's ve-
hicle, and security detail
which set out late in the evening
to witness a demonstration of
the native cult, the conversation
turned on a rival voodoo demon-
stration center run by none
wife of Abie Nathan, the Israeli
peace plot. It seems that Mrs.
Rubinstein landed in Haiti one
day. liked the place, and de-
iided to .stay on.
BIT PERHAPS more interest-
ing than the staged voodoo
spiel was a journey out into the
countryside to visit the Israeli
agricultural mission. Led by
David Harari, a kibbutznik who
worked in Madagascar until that
African state broke relations
with Israel in the wake of the
Yum Kippur War, the team of
three Israelis is trying to in-
crease the crop yield of four hun-
dred peasant families living on
an annual income of about $70
in a region with little rainfall.
The other two members of the
mission are Abraham Ben Shi-
mon, a veteran of several years
in I-ios, and Ahmed Zahalka. an
Israeli Arab with previous cx-
perteaec in Zambia.
The village of Croix des Bou-
quets where the Israelis work is
conno. ti-d to Port au Prime by
a highway which is more pot-
holes than road Despite the fact
that only heavy vehicles or jeeps
can reach the site. Croix des
Bouquets has become a show-
the Haitian government
is planning to expand the project
and adapt it to other places
aad has a constant stream of v i-
sitors.
ON THE particular day a
whole contingent of the Jeu-
nesse Rural, the local 4-H Club,
came to see what the Israelis
had helped the families achieve.
Harari admitted that to the out-
sider the surrounding huts and
fields "might not look like
much." but he said that when
compared with other areas Croix
other than Rusie Rubinstein, ex- des Bouquets was "advanced."
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Here, the people were learning
to use fertilizers in the proper
way. to employ more efficient
means of irrigation, and to diver-
sify their crops. All this was not
easy to attain. Ben Shimon ex-
plained because the peasants
were afraid to try anything new
which might jeopardize their
meager livelihood.
STILL, under .the Israelis"
prodding, the needed changes
were made ami today the farm-
ers of Croix des Bouquets are
BOl only growing more corn.
:hu:n. tomatoes, and eggplants
themselves, but also have a
surplus which they are selling
for additional income.
Walking through the fields.
Harari expounded the philosophy
behind Israel'* aid program. He
said it was not meant to do
things for others" but to come,
help, create local cadres, and
tqgp,.,giv tht project over to
them." In line with this concej t
the Israelis work closely r;
Haitian agronomists some f
whom received advanced train-
ing in Israel, or with Israeli a
cultural experts who came to
Haiti U) give courses and semi-
nars. "We have one such course
3s CLhanulia a Continued from Page 9-B
tremendous odds.
The victories of Judah Macca-
bee make for great reading, and
Judah's tactics were sufficiently
brilliant for him to be included
as one of the outstanding mili
tary leaders in the world on a
bas relief at West Point. Surely.
this is acceptance on the
American scene.
AND TO make the story even
more fascinating, the Jews of
old did in truth fight for re
ligious freedom, a battle which
is being fought in our time by
Americans ol various beliefs. So
this is an ever-new though old
story And it is vivid and colorful
and true.
The fact that it also lends it-
self to the lighting of the menor-
ah. and to the exchange and giv-
ing of gift.v and lat- a long time
M are elements whuh
everyone accepts with pleasure.
During the past decade I have
found, like Herman Wouk. that
many friend- preuou-iy unac-
quainted with and indifferent to
Jewish hi>U>rv. have come to me
using Chanuka as the starting
point for their queries.
PFJUIAPS THIS it indicative
of a powerful story's tug. It
have more meaning than
communal, or family seder, i- i
the thoughtful and clear
Rosh Hashona and Yotn Kippu*
It is a human tale and the
end* are peopled by hem-
hartley and wars and feat* of
ingand triumph.
Chanuka. then, has emerge,! u
ore of American Jcwr\
significant and joyous hoi;.:
And it probably will remain
way lor generations to come
May the sacred lights ofChanukah
Bring peace and joy that last,
Not only through this blessed time,
But after it has passed.
And may each candle's constant fame
Serve as a symbol, too.
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you loie and you.
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going on right now," "Harari
added.
He railed Israel's debacle in
Africa a "disappointment,'1 but
it did not constitute a cause
i"; ending project! like the dm
.ii Cn .\ dea Bouqueta, "If Eu-
rope buckled under and give in
to Arab pressure, what can you
a > from the Africans?" ha
HARARI RECALLED that in
the farmers he
work with assumed he would
tta) on despite the breaking >>t
tiora with Israel. "Thai waa
a lin.- decMed upon by a taw i
: nment. not by
the he
c oncl .wi!.
In thl : Haiti B
in to uh.jT ,: .> [araells lay
friend iru.-* wards the Jewish
Stati i : nment

ti has a resident communi-
ty ol several
Haitiai
itions with th< Arab states,
but after I e of Is-
l .
wd a iet "f
'; itampa In tri-
bute t" tiie fa,,.n Israelis.
ACCORIIKO To eporta, it
was this display of lympathy
which caused threats .>t violence
to be made against the Haitian
team at the recent World Soc-
cer Championship matches also
held in West Germany.
Whether or not the Palestine
Liberation Organization really
did threaten the Black players,
the fact that thi.-. story was cir-
culating may indicate fhat at
least in the^i^c of Haiti,and Is-
rael a line quoted by David
Harari from French author
Romaln Roland may apply: "La
conaiaaancc eat la clef de la tym*
pathie" knowing us is likmg
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SaudVArabta s Prince Fahd
With Secretary of State Kissinger
1
In his pursuit of peace
in the Middle East, Sec-
retary of State Henry
Kissinger may have
embarked on an Arab-
engineered road from
which there can be no
return.
Needed is a New Chanuka Miracle: Oil and the PLO
By RICHARD YAFFE
London Chronicle S>ndlete
TTilE MEMBERS of the Inited Nation who voted U)
vat the Pal ttiae I n organization for the de-
bate on the PlhWthie Questn-n in the General Assembly
cannot claim .1! a future date that they did not know the
true njtur of the organ
It', repreatnj I the UN made no attempt to hid"
its aims Tho I of the State of Israel. ea*al-
lowed up by 1 1 'ate."
To the Dr NcMl Shaath told anyone who
ten. including DCWtmen, just what the PI/1
sought, ami just what the resolution which the Assembly
voted. 105 to 4 with 20 abstention*, meant
IT MEANT. he laid, international recognition of the
PLO as the sole niresentative of the Palestine people,
including those on both -sides of the Jordan River.
Continued on l'u;e .*>-<
IS THE VISION DOOMED?
Dr. Weizmann
And (he Modern
Jewish Renaissance
B> YHiAEI, YADIN
[ WAS not H'lelhpd to work with Dr. Chaim
Weizmann in the heyday of bll activities. I was
a schoolboy then, but to me and to my colleagues
Dr. Wfumaim seemed like a giant in a fairy tale,
a Biblical figure wandering in the desert, trying
to gather together and to mould the remnants of
the Jewish people in order to lead them back to the
land of promise, the land of freedom.
Indeed, Dr. Weizmann. the phophet who walked
among us. was possessed of that rare ability to
gather around him the Jews of all countries and of
all backgrounds, the Jews of the East and the Jews
of the West, the enlightened and the ignorant, the
observant and the nonobservant. young and old.
HE EVEN succeeded hi conquering us. the
young gerenation born in this count-'y, who knew
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DR. WEIZMANN: His dream must be pursued more vigorously.
Cm
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'Je wish Flor idian
Of Greater Fort Lauderdal*


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Fart LauderdaW
Friday. December 13, 1974

Yew i? h rtenaittaitc*
< ontinurd tTtn l*a*e 1-C
of the I the Jewish people X areead
har our read hearing ear
pjr Teer lo
form the deserts of this country into a
gar: le and sincere

v. e : at all tines and
cart and seal throush
the bat bad forged in him
a u race ta create eoadi-
vould or l *in be ab'.e
without fear
red
COCaUGl ON aa important
- rare pher. S K-h couraae
r= m the War
and b> had f
,:1 courage that
lead a scattered people without a land
o*n and .mmeait of th-ir
or. ^e'and. is an achievement
oe compared only to that of sane of our
the tine of the
>,e.
I n brought up on th. r> figure of
;rds the erd of hi< life I
rrantrd the .: of neeting him It was
: iberationand I was
nthat I was ea
V. hen I ca TH1 (INT1NMM of the birth of Dr. Chaim
Israel, is bow be-
:nd the nark) In this article,
tu
tne Israel \:my and an equally distincuish^d
' whose digs uncovered the his-
--asurc at Masada. aflan his assessment
urn as a "pro5>h t and redeemer."
to rrc Ml that he wa speaklBI not nrl> to me
but to all radei at arm 7-
- word*, a- of a father towards his sons
Mai he had reared; there was a pride in his
IE as of a leader of a people rehorn. and en-
nanaal in s words, as of the statesman of a
country facing a war.
TFT
had the feeling of warm-heai ti jnaat
by a graceful**.as of enresnon and
that is the uateant af knowledge aad a>
Tne legendary figure aJ Chaim Werxrnann
tallied with his figure in reality I was standing in
froat af true rreatness
I was privileged *o spend many hours with htm
afterwards aad I stul! never forget my meetings
with him for they gave me encouragement and
eiatiaa.
Those of as who take an interest in archeology
know that in order to tatee into the seer.
na a special eyepiece as it were We d;s unearth and
reconstruct the ciriliaatsens that arose and were
destroyed aad as in our own country Ml :r. order
to rise again.
But what we try : ca\-h i :r.
ataae of hntary Can aa* "as gifted
unusual sense It was natural and instir
n him Prrhsr* Hbb BBwM cf history the main
foundation o- BwMI
IT INFII FNCFD his trend o' thouzht and feel
inns and because of I he never lost and
hope and wa n- er d.-cour^ged b\ temporary set-
backs aor titiltusioned far the duration H<- had a
know'.edre of few and knew what was likely
ti aaaaen IMi 'ease of history stood hun in rood
stead whenever he had to make decision* and to
take political aawaa and it gave him the possi-
Btlttj of discerning belr nartaja and the
unimportant
He had atanaa the f.na: eoa'. bj fro-
eyes and he ataapJ endea.ojred to arrive to that
jtna: by the securest way FJ had. so to speak the
ability to nse to the heights from which be was
able to see both th* pat and th" fjture and :
rem the paths ieadtne from ooe mountain pei
people to independence.
NOW WH\T '.. : :>r W-
generation who a I and broufal
What are h.s pre.
opini.-n the* are Open II

We aaaat laak apaa ourselves as upon the ger
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Page 3-C
Jewish #v
ci'tfissaiicc
Coiuinned from Pane 2 (
L brought us the State. We were granted the
nty of redeeming our people We mi-!
rtimity with strength and courage and de-
iur lives to the fulfillment of th- mission.
\\| 1/MXNN HAD taught U U) d tttnglllltl he
i,,.n form and content. Both of them are im
ba1 We most he careful not to be blinded
itward apaadoor end ,p the
\ic fail to see the goal for which it was
the incath-nn- of the Exile*, !hr re
>f OUT people and the revival of our lam i
Without the framework of the BUte, we -hall
|C to solve our problem! but thctt alone i-
nt As Wei/mann once Hid, a State i- not
by injunction* but 1>\ the effort! r>f the
people over the generation* 11.' foresaw and
that if the State had been given 111 by tin-
cernments of the world, it would be a verbal
al.me.
Glided by Dr. Weizmann's inspiration, we must
hat on this generation devolve tasks and
I .wards our people end homeland which we
M realiie. We must ensure the peace of this
Irntry. it! security along our frontiers end its
egrity end full independence.
WE MUST develop our country, revive and
!e its desert areas, establish new settlements.
p.ite new industries, make ue of our scientific
hi now in order to increase yields and variegate
- ami at the same time continue to raise the
tnderd of knowledge and the health of the nation
'.'. e must give new content to the word "Jew."
be spiritual content of Jewish life through*
world, increase our ability to absorb our
1 in our midst and open up new hon/ mi
phrres of literature, the arts, music and
e
!'- Weizmann*s example Impoee* upon m the
tackling these problem-, with a eh I
of the mission devolving upon us. We must strive
tuward with courage and without hesitation.
DR. WKIZMANN was a great man of science,
a re-car h worker of universal renown, a man who
revealed new iciontific tniths that brought him both
th and renown and enriched the scientific
world.
But he i ileo l creat leader ann statesman.
Ho did nol lock bimeelf up in his laboratory; h
did not reman obllvlooi of current problems, he d'd
not remiin unmoved hv the stnijele and aspira-
tions of his people. This fusion of traits must serve
example to our young dent
On the one hand, they must aspire to advance-
ment in th*1 field of research, hut at the same time
they must he aware of the problems and needs of
our people and our land and endeavour to find
solutions for then Cm the other hand, and this i-;
no le^s Important, they must do this without in any
reducing the standards of their research work.
\\e muet draw itrength and encouragement from
the heritage bequeathed to us by Dr. Wetxmann
in the fields of knowledee and statesmanship. Dr.
Weizmann was not the liberator of our country in
the accepted sen*' of the term: he was not a man
of war. he was not a military commander; he was
a redeemer
UK WAS the redeemer of the people, the re-
deemer of the people's soul In his personality he
combined the spiritual wealth of East European
Jewry, the culture of the West and a sense of the
mission which cannot be shaken, and is inherent
in the man who knew that the revival of the nation
will come ibout only through its return to the land
of its birth, to the land from which its spiritual
greatness drew mi penance.
The place of the giant of yesteryear is with the
Immortal! The principtoi according to which he
lived and I ih from which he drew itrength
we mutt guard arid bequeath to our children.
The flame tv--it he lit must he carried aloft by
ii- and me) ncration bt and power
to \h:< name
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Friday. December 13, 1974
Weizmann Was the Great Zionist Dream Synthesizer
more fully than Hen] and NV I
dau. Pinsker and Ahad HaL
Brandau and fflanhep W*
By dr. whim Qoumjjm
l|E WAS perhaps the most per-
fect synthesis of our time of
the two sroat cultural spheres
that have shaped contemporary
Jewry: Eastern and Western
Europe. No other greet Jew of
our time has combined to such
an extraordinary degree East
European Jewishness and West
:e.
He was deeply rooted in the
life ar.d tradition of Eastern
urope. M re he was
ik where he
educated, were integral t
of his per.- i tradi-
and cfvimtatton rf
amply stored n h.. Bind and in
- He loved Yiddish deep-
ly, and his bet bon mots were
in that language. W her.
deeply moved he would rever
I
Hot he felt.
HE WAS not a traditional Jew
lr. the religious sense, but he
had the most profound re>en
for Jewish tradition in all b
forms. The story is often told
how in the days of the
b'ltz he would take the Bible
with him to 'or and read
it for hours. This behaviour east
a characteristic expression of his
deep spiritual attachment to Jew-
ish tradition
The quality and habit*
intellect were typically Jew
Hil as primarily an analytical
mind, accustomed to anU-thetical
- D| He was a "char.' to
ue the term of cho'ar-
DK. WHIM (OLDMVNN
eultur.il < h:illM Iron
DR. Will M nann. p
dent of the World Jewish
gress. offers his 1
here of Dr Chaim Weizmann,
f:rt President of Israel, on the
occasion of the wurldwide con-
tennial cei- of Dr.
Weizmann birth.
ship His was an agile mind. Br 1
liancy in di>pute and argumen-
tation were h.> :n an inordinately
h measure.
HE < M LD devastate political
opponent* by the cheer force of
h:> logic 1!.- humour and w:t
illy Jewish. He
had that propt: for irony
which is characteristic of so
many creat re-
I '
of an ar to
be impressed by -.ran
He possessed that unique com-
bination of scepticism and pro-
found faith so typical of the Jews
as a people, scepticism with re-
gard to receptive powers that
pass with the day, and unshake-
ahie faith in the eternal values.
\- he -oved among the so-
called great and celebrated of
the world, and pleaded the cause
of he bore himself
proudly, unawed by their titles
- he not Hat
hat had
outlned powerf had
Mo an essed rmperors rise in glory
and nimble in dust?
HE NE\ER fjr a moment
do. final victor;, of Z
Tbe vena "The Glory of
1 die'* 11 Samuel.
15 23) embodied to him an ele-
mentary truth as certain as a
mathematical formula Herzl. his
predece-ssor was also a proud
and dirmfied leader, but his
pride was nersonal.
W'eizmann's pride was rooted
in Trulitinnai It gave him the
extraordinary dicnity which ;m
Bra If upon the world's
bMOBBa with whom he came
in contact Thi< magnificent heri-
tage of centuries of Jewish his-
mbincd
in his person with the generous
heritage of Western civilization.
He was a ereat scier,-
Ba could cerl have be-
.it chen
of our t.me had he not lavished
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This explains his facility in mov-
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many countries.
He was a Frenchman with the
French, an Englishman with the
English, but thrajra and forever,
more profo ; in anything
else. Dr Weizmann was the Jew.
He re,
re completeh than any other
ler in the hi-
HIS ZIONISM
manated di-
rectly from his Jewishness. i
was born a Zionist. He often toj
the story how. at the igt J
eleven or twelve, he wrote u|
hu teacher In Motol expreaaatl
h:s faith in a Jewish state. id
Zionism was never simply p-1
li'ieal. Zionism, for him was yj
supreme fusion and v ilizatical
of the rreatest ideas and tr
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Continued from face l-<
m
The vote by the IN really Map us into the inter-
national arena with all that entails in the way of obliga-
tions, responsibility and rights," he said in an extended
interview, the tape of which has been made available to
this reporter by the New York Posts corrvspondent at
the IN. Michael J Berlin On responsibility for interna-
tional terrorism, he said:
Many people had been calling on us to police the
world (against terrorists) for them, and even though at
I m.N the PLO felt uneasy about some of the international
terrorism that had taken place. I don't think it found it
impelling to take action to safeguard the international
community.
THE PALESTINIANS hail been deprived so long of
heir right place in the international community, and who
raalr* cared for them so that they felt i*. impelling to
police the world?
"During the last year, and more so now. the PLO has
been trying its best to fulfill its responsibility in repre-
-enting the Palestinians, not only by condemning actions
which do not fit in with this strategy, but also apprehend-
inf people who attempt to go into violence on an interna-
tional scale. That doesn't mean that we don't find justifi-
:ne action- J-iki B ;n the past, particularly
Ihrw years ago."
liked if the PLO accepted an n to impose
.n the terrorist-. includJng aircraft hijackings and
ka on third countries. Dr. Shaath replied "It inn
ions to do e\' possible to limit our
t our primary- enemy >m the land of Pales-
bllt H also means that there are DM) factors to be
. into consideration, im
THIS DOESN'T mean in any way "reducing our mili-
tary struggle," he said.
'No country can achieve independence or rights with-
out giving the lives of many of it* people for them It
' means putting more emphasis on th>e peifhca: straggle,
and our coming here (to the I'N) is an aspect of that
There will be more of this sort of thing."
Dr Shaath was asked if the PLO had a resolution to
present to the Assembly on the Palestine item He said
that it was being considered. It was not a "question of
language" but of "what would be the opportunity for
getting what we want *'
"Remember." he emphasized, "we are coming to the
IN for the first time as the political representative of
the Palestine people, not as refugees."
The PL overriding objective," he declared,
to assert the right of a people to self-determination on
its land." withm a eeoeraphical boundary."
HE SAID he knew that getting a resolution passed
by the IN doesn't give you back your land." and the
struggle will continue on the scene What the resolution
does, he said, was to merely affirm the legitimate,
natural, historic rights" of the Palestinians.
Asked whether the resolution would limit the means
the PLO used in the struggle. Dr. Shaath replied with
an emphatic No."
We will not stop." he declared "The totality of
our country is occupiedall of Palestine, and 50 per cent
Of the people of Palestine are in exile."
DID TH\T l-.vp the PLO a license to dostrov Israel"
"That civ what Israel ha- dot 'con
1919 'when the Balfour Declaration nM riven) and 1974.
Tiuir policj i- baaed oa the fan thai H la the right
the Jew, of the world to determine what the) want for
not the right of the Pi .-.- to co-
deter:-.,.. it
This is the difference between the Israelis and us.
The Israelis feel it is either them or u that if they gave
us the right of self Of the same right* that it deprives them of Palestine.
The'land under contention hf "Palestine." and the
Israel;.- want to be the sole deter:; imn, factor as to who
will inhabit :t. "We think there is room in Palestine for
both of us "
D*. SHAATH was a-ked about the goals of the PI.O,
and here is the way he put it:
The professed objective and the most tenacioj.-ly
held conviction among the PIX) and the ulthaata aim is
the establi.-hment o; a democratic, secular and non-see-
State in which the present Java, '< aa of Palestine,
and the Arabs, in or out of Palestine now. Christians and
M<>->ms. have equal rights in the open, modern, secular
State
"This is the maximalist position The minimalist po-
sition is that if there is any chance that the Pale>tinians
can have a State on a part of Palestine now. that the
Israelis will evacuate territory, the PLO will accept it
does not cornprorniae the final aim.'
The maximal position.' he want on. "is not to kill
the Jews so that the minimal position becomes living with
them." but only with those m Israel now. with no more
Jewish immigration.
HE WAS asked whether the PLO position Included
the retention of violrmce as a tactic I>r Shaath replied
that it was "ton OH la decide on tactic." which de-
pended on "many variable-.' m rnal and ex-
ternal pr vtaeh he did not define.
However, it was "ridiculous for people to a-k ;- *o
a- a pew
to givini; i;.- par; of 0111
The iiem ral a- ervea to ?r.>- I a,
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Tnt TC"H with Tr tWOAOA LA*
May the sacred lights of Chanukah
Bring peace and joy that last
Not only through this blessed time.
But after it has passed.
And may each candle's constant flame
Serve as a symbol, too.
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you love and you


Pag &C
-JeniitfkrkMir ci Grxrter Fort Laud*W
Friday. Dacambm 13.
1974
JVeeJeJ is a JViw Menorah Stands for Light in Our Thought
Od aj yjzo
(MtilH fTMB Page 5 V
not fully, from international maneuver* to exclude us
from later considerations of what happens to Palestine.
We remember that there was no Palestine presence (in
the ceasefires and armistice negotiations) in 1949, 1956
and 1*W7.
"All the compromises were on out account We had
to pay for others' compromises It is important that we
improve our position so that we will never be compro-
mised, excluded and sold by anybody "
HE WAS asked if. by -others." he meant Egypt and
S>na. and he repbed that he did not mean ther present
regime* but the previous ones. 'There will be no multi-
lateral deals without us." he asserted.
Asked about possible peace negotiations. Dr Shaath
declared that the PLO will not negotiate under Resolution
242 of the Security Council, of November. 1967.
The Geneva Conference was convened with Resolu-
tion 242 as its terms of reference.
'Tor all practical purposes." he said. "Geneva never
occurred There was no real talk about real, long-lasting
problems.
THE INTENT was to have one meeting to talk about
history and then to dissolve into bilateral meetings. If
Geneva were to discuss the whole Palestine question and
not only the 1967 aggression, it would be a whole dif-
ferent story"
Dr Shaath, who is 36 years old and a graduate of
the American I'niverMty in Beirut, was born in Safed,
which is now totally Jewish, he pointed out.
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fJANUKKArf
By DOV PEHET2 ELBINS
J I DAIS* has been described as
a religion of symbolism The
rr.eruza on the door represents
that is. symbolizesthe presence
of God in a Jewish home and a
respect for the Jewish way of
life The esrog and lulav remind
us of the renewal of nature,
granted through Gods ever re
ne-wing creation of his world
The fringes on the Tahs bring
to mind all of the command-
ments of the Torah
Thus, the religious rite in the
Jewish religion is an action
which stands for something,
which represents a human value,
helping us to become better hu-
man beings.
WHAT THEN is the symbolim
of the Chanuka Menorah" Manv
answers can be given The one
1 like the best grows out of the
story recounted in the Talmud
of a debate about the Chanukiah
as the Menorah is known in Is-
raeli between the School of Hil-
lei and the School of Shammai
The disciples of Shammai sug-
gested that on the Trst night of
Chanuka eight candles be lighted
and on each successive night one
less candle. But the disciples of
of Hillel argued that this would
be backwards. They insisted that
on the fust night, one candle be
lighted, and an additional one on
each succeeding evening.
WE MIGHT venture to say
that the method suggested by the
School of Hillel was given pref
erence by the rabbis because of
its inherent svmbolic meaning.
That meaning is that light should
be increased in the world, and
not diminished Furthermore.
that light is spread in the world
as one generation follows an-
other
What is light' Light in Juda
ism is nothing more or less than
knowledge. Light is Torah. and
Torah is light From the Bible
down to our own times, light in
the Jewish religion has symbo
hied Torahknowledge, inspira
tion righteousness The Hebrews
were to be a light unto the na
tions. spreading Gods divine
word In the Dead Sea Scrolls,
the righteous are called "sons of
light. and the wicked are term
ed "sons of darkness" In our
synagogues today, over the Holy
Ark. Is found the Ner t..- il
the everlasting light symbol,^,
God's eternal presence
THUS, BY increasing the l^ I
in the Chanuka Menorah rack
night, we are making an tUba,
tive declaration about the world
in which we live We are aMafl
to ourselves, to our family, WU|
whom we light candles, and ti
the peoples of the worM w|J
witness our annual holiday, that]
light is increasing in the world, j
that knowledge of the Lorjl
should and is reaching out to ill
ruminate more and more of tbj
dark corners of our civilization
We are saying that little bjl
little our lives are tvrom.M
easier and better, more ^iean:-^|
ful and interesting We jrf A
firming that we have faith %\
man. and in his tbint] to il
prove himself We in xpr-|
ing the view that lbs orld il
so constructed as to enable sol
to shed more and saore light *|
his environment, both ph\;ra|l
and spiritual, enabling hu pr>|
geny to inherit a better p:*t|
than the one in which he *a|
born
WE ABB adopting id op:aj
Caltaaed Pace lit'
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Bring peace and joy that List.
Not only through this Messed time,
Bvt after it has passed,
And ma) each candle's constant flame
Serve as a S) mbol. too.
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you love and you.
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+Je*istntrkMan of GimIh Fort Louderdale
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Now a Univ. Professor, Eban Feels Alone and Betrayed
By JOSEPH FINKLESTON'E
London <'lweatfVc*r Syndicate
Abba Eban is undoubtedly the
saddest figure on the Israeli
political scene. He has been
dealt a double blow. Some of his
,,'st colleagues whom he x-
pected to rally to him deserted
him or. at his supporters believe,
l shaved selfishly.
He is no longer Foreign ftfUV
r and not even a member of
liabin Government. He is the
victim of the tragedies of the
Yoffl Kippur War; yet Yigsl Al-
ton, who was much more closely
lived in the decisions taken
re the outbreak of the fight-
ing, is not only a Cabinet Mm-
but also is occupying
n seat.
IK EBAN is bitter he is fully
ified. say his friends. He had
teen a unique figure in Israel
a Cabinet Minister who by dint
of splendid oratory had become
world figure.
Yet in Israel itself, his post-
tmn was equivocal. To some sec-
tions of the population, he had
not become a full Israeli. He
still wore the veneer of the
i 'amhridge don. of the Western
intellectual. Even his Hebrew. It
was claimed, was magnificent
but occasionally complex, as in-
deed is his English.
Yet many in recent months
inn to see him as a com-
msM successor to Go Ida
; one who would prevent a
tter split in the Labor Party
thcr Moshe Dayan or Yigal
n took over the crown. But
Yom Kippur War ami Pin-
Sapir. the kingmaker.
UlgCd all that. Sapir. refus-
the erOWB himself, backed
ibin ami not Fban.
EBAVs sUffJsU reaction to
Rabin's succession and Yigal Al-
ton's insistence on holding on to
the deputy premiership sur-
prised manv Israelis.
There were some cruel jokes:
"For the first time Eban be-
haves like a true Israeli and
look what happens he gets
criticized."
Apparently, the public ex|iect-
ed him to behave like a stoical
Englishman.
Eban was not a member of
Golds Meir's kitchen cabinet."
as were Dayan. Allon and Galili.
He was not even in Israel in the
fateful days before the outbreak
Of the war He is known to have
been critical of some of Golda's
policies.
But this has not saved him
from criticism. 'If he did not
agree with Goida and Dayan.
why did he not re-ign why
did he stay on"" was a remark
I often heard expressed during
a visit to Israel.
FORGOTTEN' ARE Eban'l
courageous admonitions against
some of the unlovely aspects of
Israeli society the months l>e-
forc the outbreak of the war,
aspects which certainly contrib-
uted to initial failures in the
war.
Eban feels frustrated because
ho is convinced that with his ex-
ceptional experience in foreign
affairs and as a negotiator his
talents should be used for the
|OOd <>f Israel in the negotia-
tions with the Arabs.
There is a danger, he fears,
that the crowning achievement
of the previous government, the
engagement agreements with
tnd Syria might not be
followed up sufficiently quickly,
and the 'diplomatic rhythm"
might be lost.
He believes that the closer re-
lationship with the I'nited
States so essential to Israel de-
p) mis on the two countries hav-
ing a common view and on
movement in the Arab-Israeli
relationship.
EBAN SEES no possibility of
a national coalition because the
views of the government and
the opposition are too widely di-
vergent on the kind of peace
agreement that can be made
with the Arabs.
But Eban argues that this pe-
riod, when tremendous decisions
will have to be taken about the
future of Israel, should see a
stronger and not a weaker Is-
raeli leadership.
To him it seems a weakness
that the Israeli Labor Party is
the only such party in the world
where academics and intellec-
tuals are not prominent among
its leaders There had been too
much sectarianism within the
I a!-or Party, and there was
even at one time the possibility
that a Cabinet might be present-
ed without a finance Minister.
Yet Kban voted for the gov-
ernment of Rabin because I be-
lieve he felt there was no al-
ternative. Likud policies run
contrary to all his beliefs of
compromise and moderation.
UK WAS shocked by the
American agreement to supply
Egypt vvith a nuclear power sta-
tion. His immediate fears were
centered not so much on Egypt
producing an atom bomb
fears which loom very large in
Israeli eyes but in the dos-
ing of the technological gap be-
tween Israel and Egypt.
The gradual introduction of
nuclear power into the Arab
world would, he feels, also be
accompanied by a rise in the
number of highly trained tech-
nological personnel, and the gap
between the Arabs and the Is-
raelis would be filled.
The Americans. Eban felt, had
made a mistake. However, like
Moshe Dayan, who publicly at-
tacked the agreement as dan-
gerous to Israel. Khan voted
with the government against a
I-ikud censure motion on the
way the government and partic-
< onUnued on I'iigr 10 (
ABBA EBAN'
naked frustration
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al Greater Fort Landardala
Friday. Dacembar 13,
197<
Jlte Cyrcat
jUrcani ^untltesizcr
y
frww Pae *-<
ft imnaacd on him an obliga-
tion to implement the values of
Jewish cmliantion by casting
them m the pattern of a mod-
ern State. The teaching af the
prophets, the imperative* of the
Bible, were for him no less an
integral part of Ziorusm than its
political aspirations.
What he atrove for and be-
lieved la mas not a State of Jews
by a Jewish State, telescoping
ta the furore the greet moral
nches of the past He had a deep
f.th in the power of moral
ideas.
HE ADMITTED that political
and physical po*er may be in-
ensable concomitants to aa*
r*tnentation of an ideal but
he ne\er conceded that these m-
were decisive He
cursed
of nodern > tics *h it

knew
al methods destroy the mast
moral ain>
Zionism wa< I above al!.
a manifestation of the creative-
n*< of the Jewish people. He
hated the Galut because it pre-
cluded the Jews from fully re-
a':zing their potentialities. H.
therefore, never regarded Zion
as a mere continuation of
Galut life within the framework
of a Jewish State This explains
attachment to Jewish labor,
to Zionist pioneerdom In all
these he saw a new form of Jew-
ish life, a transformation of the
ghetto life into the frame of a
new society.
He envisaged a State made
great by the fullest realization
of the God-given creative poten-
tialities of the Jewish people and
guided by the moral precepts of
the Jewish prophets
ZK>N1* ABSORBED him
completely. He was practically
indifferent to most other prob-
lems of Jewish life in the Dias-
pora With the single-raindedness
which is characteristic of genius.
be invested every ounce of his
energy and gifts :n his supreme
jon All else in his lifehis
scientific work, his social con-
tacts, his innumerable and varied
interests was centered around
Zionism And for this reason, the
world also identified him com-
pletely w:th Zionism. When he
a* opposed as a Zionist leader
and was forced, at a certain stage
in his career, to resign as the
president of the World Zionist
Organization, he was confounded
and baffled. It was not that he
grieved over his political defeat
or that he felt that an injustice
had been committed against tim
was simply that for all his
wisdom and perceptiveness. he
could not understand how the
movement could even temporar-
-^parate itself from him
He was much more than the
e'ected president of the World
Z mist Organization Both to Zi-
-t5 and non Zionists, he was
-.i.n of Zionism
That he also happened to be the
\\ >rl Z. aaaial
natural <
ax. It could
-
EVEN MANY >'. nil opponent*
took it for granted that the pn
\jh his. VA
minn attained a level of lead-r
ship which .- rare in history, cer-
tail long a period T
his well-preserved reward
lor so completely identifying
led.
But even greater than Wicz
mann the Jew. and Weizmnnn
the was Chaim Weiz-
mann the man. Ail who were
granted the privilege of work-
ing with him and being in his
proximity, were deeply aware of
his human greatness.
What lends greatness to a man
is not his deeds or achievements,
but what he is and what he rep-
resents Chaim Weizmano was. in
essence, an artist, even In his
science, and most definitely in
his political work.
GREITER THAN his intellect
was his intuition Scientists have
told us that his gift ft work
was achieved not by logical de-
duction, but by intuition. This
feat. He was an artist, dominat
ed by moods and highly
tive to atmosphere.
<5^ ^Jiappy \*-,hanuhalt to all.
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He needed fnends. warmth,
sympathy. He was tn-mendoul>
temperamental, he could hate
and love, rage and forgive. He
vu never calculating. aly or
scheming He was spontaneous,
and sometimes said and did
tilings that ran counter to all
political calculations and brought
him trouble.
He exposed himself to attacks.
was incautious in his utterances
and had nothing but supreme
contempt for the scheming of
the run-of-the-mill politicians.
His was the self-assurance of
genius He refused to do things
that were incompatible with h.s
nature He was. like all artists,
an aristocratclaiming the right
to use his own methods and re
ng to be foread into the
of party politics or
become involved in party pro-
grams
HE \\ \S : ot a man alavs
easy to get alone with One had
to adapt oneself to his moods
The artist in Weizxann explains
his unique charm to which n
many succumbed He had an un-
canny understanding nf oth>
This sovereign talent of Rja.
dealing with people explains the
profound impression he made >
many of the great leaders of our
tim- Balfour. Lloyd George.
flail hat Roosevelt and aiany
oth<
He an orator in the
hackneyed* icaia of flh term Yet
speeches of few leaders of
our time have male >o lasting
an impression IK *as an artist
aa a speaker.
He could demolish an oppon-
ent with a bon mot He could
capture an audience with a
phrase Yet it w> not this Ha-
ter] not his arguments.
ogic. the form in whirh
cast his s?e-ch but the human
being behind the speech that
.e this lasting impression
Publ.r speaking was for him a
means of innres.ing his person
alitv upon the audience.
EVEN L0M6 after one had
forgotten h: speech, the imprr*
rial of the man ho had made
it lingered ^n Therefore it was
k a deught to be with Weiz-
mann Once you were admitted
. earda. >ou became in
he life and warmth
frt m the man and
his en\in>nmnt T>
talk to him. was al
*j h experience
'h.i v.< l lirama.
ever) dialogue a rv He
hvi and pa
lational ork or
for I and I 'a
cr, n operati
Th taa wa eharaetei
paa* artistic rersonal.>
I <>\< f
I
w r 1 anew
daj "
Therefore, rt is such a
loss net to have him a1tfc\
Life is duller and grimmer win.
out him. Evervone of M JJJ
that his own life ^ heco
poortv since Wcizmann U
more From a historical perjp
tive. our movement h,,
. iU greatest !<
past thirty yam, but kit dratl
rings down the curta.n on
drx.imchnr.jed period in Jew*
history. Herzl was the creator i
the Zionist \ ision. Weizmann th
symbol and creator of the Zio
i-m of fulfillment, of halj
Zioni.-m in the fullest ens
the term.
The deepest meaning of
great personality he* m m iyi
bnlic value The greet apj
cance of a man u nut in m
he has done, not even in win
he has been, but in *hat
personality implies U is ln
e that man can acrm-*? i5
mortality It is as a >mbo!
he can contmue to v* a
inftal 'n future genrratioro
he had been to his own gen
tion _____
I (WO AFTER the contetra
rarv image of thu wai
being. i"hj m W
hare pished away and been fa
d him taoi
Will Co
* as a >: mbol !tj
tymh onism al
as a c."'' idea wti 1
d a people and 'ibemal
it political!*
But ever more ImportaR, hi
.. a qraxhal of J >l
as a creativ IsraaJ
( MtilMWd M Pa
May the sacred lights ofChanukah
Bring peace and joy that last,
Not only through this blessed time,
But after it has passed.
And may each candle's com tatit flame
Serve as a symbol, too.
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you love and you.
GERMAN CAR INC.
1411 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
P0MPAN0 BEACH 33060
Berne Rosenberg Extends Best
Wishes For a Happy Chamtkah


Friday, December 13, 1974
+.kn1sti Fkrkftor o* Greater Fort Ltmdraale
Page 9-C
Cyreat
&
ream
^wnihejtJt
V
er
(ontinned from Pagp g-(
for many years to come, through
difficulties, tribulations and con-
vulsions, will require nothing
more urgently Uian the symbol
of Weizmann as a representative
of creative Zionism i f 'he moral
intuitions of the Zionist ideal.
Thre is nothing we can wish
ni .re deepl> far him and for
Our u to capitalize, his-
toric 1. ipteking, on his sym-
c bnplioatii na and to use the
V i/mann lynbol as a pattern
and cxampl the pre-
erationj to come.
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
RITA OLWELL
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC.
1828 E. SUNRISE BLVD.
Phone: 764-1570
Historic portrait of Dr. ( h-im UViiuunn and Dr. Albert Klnsli i/i
300D HEALTH & HAPPINESS
FOR CHANUKAH
ESPLANADE COIFFURES
3025 NO. OCEAN DRIVE
563-3058
GOOD HEALTH & HAPPINESS
FOR THE
CHANUKAH HOLIDAYS
D.J. AUTO
4406 ELMAR DRIVE
776-4502
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Grosse Poiiite
FURNITURE SHOPS
OVER 61 YEARS
Ft. Lauderdale Showroom
524 N.E. 6th Ave., on N. Federal Hwy.
PHONE: 763-4508
Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5:30
Hollywood Showroom
2216 Hollywood Blvd.
PHONE: 922-3492
Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5:30
GOOD HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
GARY ROBINSON INTERIORS
Gary Robinson A.I.D. Dorothea Finch, Associate Designer
6906 CYPRESS ROAD, PLANTATION
(In Cypress Square Shopping Center)
HOURS: MON. SAT. 9 A.M. 5 P.M.
Phone 791-7010
GOOD HEALTH AND HAPPINESS TO THE
JEWISH COMMUNITY FOR CHANUKAH
RALPHS CLEANERS
897 N.E. 62nd STREET
(Next to Li'l General)
Cash & Carry
Drapes Flat Press 1.50 and up per panel. Decora'or Fold-$2.00
and up per panel. Shirts Laundered35c.
PHONE 771-1785
H & H MASONRY INC.
2000 NORTH FLORIDA MANGO ROAD
WEST PALM BEACH 33401
Best Wishes To All
MAY YOUR LIFE BE FILLED
WITH JOY THIS HANUKA
i


Pa^ 10-C
rJfmittfkrtJHr
oi Grwxter Fort LaudcdaW
Friday. Docambe: 13. 1974

J-^rofcssor ^/tlcnc. Jj%rmgm
mIibwiI trmm rmgr '. <
Urly Tlpl AUm had handled
shock announcement of the
a r ement
EBAN AUMIRfs [k
>inger. and aavf he has rv
fears about American policy
less there is a return to dead-
lock. Khan urge* that the chance
U negotiating with King H>js-
seto should not oe mlss*-
rael aiU, the opt: I be
ck
There has been a suggestion
.an should become ttw
d Pr*"*dent of Israel when
-ident Katzir c*>m|>>te
r. office. B'Jt I doubt
* aether Eban has any sjch
1 s. He is fully convinced that
he sti.l has a major r-.e to |
in active Israeli politics.
In the meantime, he is spend-
ing some months in the United
states as a profesaor at Colum-
bia I'niversity, a prospect
h the government with its
majority of two cannot embrace
*ith dehght
'A hen he returns to Jerusalem
GREETINGS
GEORGE'S
TIRE CITY
848 W. Broward Blvd.
524-0283
C.EV DA VAN
aba the aatsde
the public might see one of thnae
fascinating twists which so often
enliven the Israeli scene Eban
joining .Moshe Dayan in a bid
to firm a new gwernment.
PPY CHANUKAH
Gerda Men's
Hair Styling
1503 E Commercial Uvd.
Phona 771-2136
GREETINGS FOR CHANUKAH
SECURITY
ALUMINUM WINDOWS
4062 N.E. 5th TERRACE
FORT LAUDERDALE
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
SHEFFIELD CONVALARILM
2675 No. Andrews Ave.
Ft. Uuderdale
Phone 563-5714
A Happy ChanjiaH To All .
HARIEY'S SHOES
4220 N.W. 12th ST., LAUDEXHIU. a:rs s'z~ Pwlr> p' de)
Phone 791-6370
CHANUKAH
Gulfstream
Lumber Company
1415 S. FEDCRA1 HIGHWAY
BOYNTON BEACH 33435
we
send
you
CHaxiuRaR
GREETINGS
DURING THIS HAPPY
FESTIVAL SEASON
UNITED PLUMBING
AND HEATING
2501 N.W. FUST AVENUC
BOCA RATON 33432


I ^kday, December 13, 1974
+Je*lstfk>rMton oi Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Page 11-C
Hencrcth is Jewish JLriyhf
Continued from Page 6-C
view of the nature of man
j-.i the world in short w,
Ing that the world is a
pin! place in which to live.
To be -inc. man'* path tow
i the kingdom of <.d on
i towards iiaherinj In the
: of HI .< n ll
: one bj
mm There '
"..t we -
direction in which we arc
l I i
history, perpetra'.i!
[ n people thirty yean ago.
when we think of the
icautl we won lei If
on the decrease Instead of
Bui rtewed In
L light "f the niaold
history Of n-.ar.kind. our o
not] >n ii a posith e one.
IF Wl .. the
m rid there i" a
morai law, and that the universe
I
d< ''t 1 have
I I !
I
net i
V 'hi one
Id it b
I tod
so contribute
our p. ring in the
inii \ Let thii
if the Chanuka Men
ah syn
nation that th rid I
and th
in a better itate than to
t
Happy Chanukah
H. & J. RADIATOR
12 N.W. 6th COURT
Phone 763-8808
GOOD HEALTH & HAPPINESS
FOR CHANUKAH
THt STYLISTS
270C W. OAKLAND PK. BLVD.
484-4545
HAPPY CHANUKAH
LEN FREEMAN'S
Coral Ridge Insurance Agency
2631 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Phone 564-0548
nsun*? D^irix

United Electric
of Pompano
605 N.W. 8th STREET
MARGATE 33063
O.K. SERVICE CENTER
GOODYEAR DEALER
702 McNAB ROAD
POMPANO BEACH 33060
Frank O'Brien Extends Best Wisfies
For a Happy Chanukah To All
CHANUKAH
PALM BEACH
HARDCOTE INC.
3701 CONGRESS AVENUE
LAKE WORTH 33460


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omanum
GREETING?
^z/ind JyH lA/ishe* jr*m
PAHOKEE PRODUCE INC
2701 East Main Street
Pahokee 33476


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Pcge 12-B
*Jeni*trkr*M->r <* Grocfr fort Lcud-grdalo
Friday. Dacambar 13
*;.
vTsjtWfY f -w fuMM j-ricmi
Coatiuiied fram Pate 11 B
I. Teeger was elected the new
treasurer.
A major change at the Board
of Deputies was the retirement
of data* Saron from the posi-
tion of General Secretary, in
which he had served with dis-
>8 years.
IBIBUIU WERE paid to him
at which also wel-
>i his successor. Denis Dh
* ho assumed office a-
l board's executive director la
The 17th nat: aaal conference
! of nlah Was.
of South A: ^wed a week
i later Here. too. many dele-
: parts of the country r.
Union's work in
m- iits coatribataoa
Je -*. <>ntile undt
and goodwill: its adult education
ork. its services to Jewish
youth and senior citizens: us par-
pat:on in interracial welfare
1 work and :ts fund raising for Is-
raeli and local causes Mrs Leah
' Rosettenstein was relected no-
tional president, with Mrs R
; Norwich and Mrs M. Stein as
vice preident<
WOMEN'S WOU continued**
on a wide front The Women's
Zionist Council of South Africa
launched the hisnmil Women's
Zionist Campaign in February,
with Freda Keel and Marina Ras-
kin coming oat from Israel as
the t mm arm who carried the
campaign to many centers. They
j made a deep impression an the
audiences the? addraastd a Je-
hiumsnarg aad itis oasis aad
! the measace they brought eeaftmd
a gsaaroos rnssngi
The United Commnnal Fund
campaign. South African Jewry's
major dr.ve for its financ.a:
needs, was Uunched :n Apnl b>
American Je*:sh communa!
leader Phi.ip Klutxnick.
came out on a fortnight's tour
A ~ meeting-
d?y>. he evoked a record
sp Hi contributions dou
bhr and treble what the same
donors had given in pre.
can |
EDUCATION CONTINUED U
make s*.e. .!; progress. Eighteen
Jewish day schools now operate
in South Africa, with a total of
M 6.500 pupils In additio-
the day school*, about another
6.000 v u dren receive a Jen
at part time Hebrew
congregational Tain
Tanks Reform schools and
Thr Federation marked
its TStn aaahreraan lat Dec
ber Bacaaat of he Yaai Kifpai
War. r.o celebrations were ir
tam he time, but a tour
by the 1-rael Philharmonic Or
Ckattta a> arranged in Aug
a- a cultural gesture in celebra
tion of the anniversary A brim
ming reception was given to the
orchestra by Jew and non-Jew
alike wherever they performed
IN C1VK and political life
Jews play their customary role
as citizens of South Africa There
wag na "Aewiah issues" in the
South African general election
in April
Fm Jew* were among the
candidates elected to Parliament
Hyatt- Miller. Dr. E. L>
Barry Scwwart* T.
Mrs. Helen Sanaa*
Sevan Jew* were esnetod to the
Prortnnal Caonetb D. H Ep-
stein. Dr Selsna Driaj*. A B
Wutmoa and A Good a the
Transvaal and C Brett I GotsV
herg sad R Btrsch in the Cape
llllgfll--
LAND&SEA
BUTCHER SHOP
701 EAST ATLANTIC UVD.
PAL* BEACH 33060
W^mmmm' ~r^^
Hay tlu* J**H**t af ^igmii
Jjriny f *t* tt/JFojM
sjlc a I tit iJm/v/l app tHt*0
oio
OCEANSIDE
MARKET INC
OCEANSIDE CENTER
27 NORTH A1A EXTENSION
POMPANO KACH 33062
o
. A Happy And
Pleasant
uku
BRAZIL CONTEMPO
E\C.
3317 NORTH STATE ROAD 7
FORT LAUOERDAlf 33313


Friday, December 13. 1974
* k-nisl} fkrHimr of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13-B
There are Jews Living in the Land of Voodoo Today
EDXA AIZENB*G the .sland-at'the turn of the cen- Befor^mTVrival Israel wu' It was in ereat measure
'I'liKKK ARE Jews in the land
of voodoo.
As a matter of fact there are
al least twenty Jewish families
and an Israeli Embassy with a
rtaft of six in Haiti, the Carib-
bean republic best known for its
uro-inspired religious rites,
prUnities paintings and stormy
, ilitkeJ history.
The Jews of Haiti are mainly
' Syrian origin with a sprin-
k mg of Central European Ash-
im; the former arrived >>n
the islan tury, the latter came around the
Umt of World War II.
BOTH MARK a living as mer-
chants and businessmen in Port
Ml Prince, Haiti's dusty capital
which us ivminscent of an
Oriental souk except that the
bargaining is done in French or
creole instead of Arabic.
The Israelis of Haiti are head-
ed by Ambassador Zeev Bashan.
an army officer who is Israel's
first resilient ambassador in Port
an Prince.
BeforeTi is "arrival, Israel was'
represented in Haiti by its am-
bassador to Panama, and the
only "official" Israelis in the
country were the members of a
technical cooperation mission
working on a project of agri-
cultural development in the Cul
de Sac Valley outside Port
Prince.
au
It was in great measure due to
the success of this project that
the Haitian government asked
Israel for a "full-time" envoy.
During a recent stay in Haiti
an inquisitive tourist got a
glimpse of what Jewish exist-
ence is like in this tiny com-
munity as well as a taste of the
difficult, yet important job per-
formed by Israel's agricultural
experts in the developing coun-
tries.
FOR THE "glimpse" our tour-
ist didn't have'to go further than
his hotel, located in Petionville,
the fashionable suburb in the
mountains above Port au Prince.
The owner is a man whose father
was a Jew and whose mother
was a Black Haitian. When this
man's son was born he first had
the infant circumeized by a
mohel, then baptized.
Continued on Page 14-B
3*
w as
J-iercc J-ia liter
Continued from Page IB
The Hebrew King. Uzziah. be-
ved in research and develop-
ment. His laboratories invented
the first engines of war This
took place 500 years be/ore Phil
.;> of Macedon. King Uzziah in-
titutad the general staff con-
cept, integrated campaign strat-
egjr, and the use of uniform mili-
tary equipment
' '.ib s method of attacking
fixed fortifications was imitated
each later when Titus besieged
'< rusalem. The Jewish concept
M that a Rood offense makes
the best defense Recent victories
of the Israeli Army have borne
this out
MODF.RN GUERRILLA war
fare has been waged by groups
like the Partisans in Yugoslavia
and the Fidel Castro movement
in Cuba The basic principles of
such campaigns were anticipated
by that guerrilla genius. Judah
Maccabeus, the first commando
And today, it is the day of
Arafat History is often a cruel
teacher.
roun
ROBERT SHAW
AND ASSOCIATES
270 SOUTH COUNTY ROAD
PALM BEACH 33480
CHANUKAH
ELBERTA
CRATE AND BOX
COMPANY
P.O. BOX 201
BELLE GLADE 33430

ILy tltis \festival of ^Lights
Jjrina f~ eace ana J/y
Jo <*v*r\f onte
RIO
RIO INSURANCE
AGENCY
3242 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
WEST PALM BEACH 33405
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