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December 22, 1978 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, December 22, 1978

Two-Sided Story

Happy Hanuka
To All Our Friends & Customers

OTTAWA ZINS) — Al-
though Israeli Prime Minis-

ter Menahem Begin re-
ceived a warm welcome
from the Trudeau govern-
ment during his recent visit
to Canada, the Canadians
closely follow the American
line in not recognizing
Jerusalem as the capital of
Israel.

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Hubert H. Humphrey Parkway
Dedication in Jerusalem Jan. 5

Dedication of the Hubert
H. Humphrey Parkway in
the American Bicentennial
Park will take place in
Jerusalem on Jan. 5, Paul
Zuckerman, chairman of
the project announced this
week.
Zuckerman expressed re-
gret that he will be unable
personally to participate in
the event, due to a nine-
week illness from which he
is now recovering.
Vice President Walter
Mondale is honorary
chairman of the project
committee.
Zuckerman said the
Hubert H. Humphrey
Parkway project had the
personal blessings of
Golda Meir when the
committee first was or-
ganized under his chair-
manship. He was unable
to attend the funeral
service for Mrs. Meir due
to his illness and the ill-
ness of his wife Helen.
Mrs. Meir had been a
guest in their home in
Caesarea, Israel, and was
their house guest last July.
During Zuckerman's gen-
eral chairmanship of the

May The Hanuka Lights

Bring Joy To You

And Happiness

GOLDA MEIR and PAUL ZUCKERMAN
grateful people to a friend —
a righteous man, a courage-
ous man, one who had be-
come the symbol of the free-
dom and love between
America and Israel.
"It had to be a national
memorial — one which
would speak for all man-
kind.

United Jewish Appeal they
often shared platforms in
scores of American, Cana-
dian and European com-
munities.
During his illness, at
Sinai Hospital, Zuckerman
was cheered by telephone
messages froin Moshe
Dayan and Ezer Weizman
from Washington and Yit-
zhak Rabin and other lead-
ers from Israel.
Zuckerman's wife also
was reported improving,
soon to leave Sinai Hospital,
after a long illness.
The Humphrey Park-
way, according to the
Jewish National Fund,
had to be a project which
would symbolize Sen.
Humphrey's "love for his
fellow man and convey
the special affection felt
for him.
"It would have to be a
memorial which would
show the feelings of a

"The Hubert H. Hum-
phrey Parkway of the
American Bicentennial
Park commemorated the
valiant struggle of Ameri-
cans of all faiths and creeds
for freedom and liberty. And
the Hubert H. Humphrey
Parkway will wind through
this magnificent setting —
serving as the centerpiece of
Israel's gratitude for the
loyalty and support of the
American people."

Israeli Prime Minister
Menahem Begin will head
the list of dignitaries par-
ticipating in the dedication.

In Tribute to Golda Meir

The Whole Year Through!

Fields You Tilled
Bred Dignity

By GERALDINE SPILMAN

Standing square with outstretched arms,
You held your lantern high,
Seeking in dark corners,
For those who dared to try.
You firmly grasped unsteady hands,
And set them to their tasks, •
Forging a young homestead,
Amidst the Arab masts.

From

THE DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS

Golda, we see your soft smile in
every verdant plain,
Hear your strong voice amidst
Jerusalem's refrain,
The crusty earth still bears
your print,
And golden domes but reflect a glint
of your brightness.

Now time to gently meet the ones
you've held within,
Sweet children who would never sing,
Mothers whose love would know no flowering,
Sons and Fathers put to early rest,
The many who faced the bitter test of inhumanity,
The dead whose memory you faithfully kept,
Who marched with you in fervent step.

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The fields you tilled bred dignity,
The knowledge: we are not a harvest to be spurned,
But precious fruit,
Ripened through the ages,
And blessed with immortality.

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