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November 16, 1984 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 16, 1984

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Paris museum

Paris (JTA) — An agreement
has been reached between the city
of Paris and the Ministry of Cul-
ture for the creation of a Jewish
museum in Paris, according to
French author Marek Halter. The
city and the ministry will repor-
tedly share the costs of creating
and operating the museum.

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Israeli workers
less productive

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — The Israeli
worker produces 50 percent less
than his counterpart in the
United States, Japan and West-
ern Europe, according to a study
by the Israel Ministry of Labor.
A large part of Israel's lower
productivity may be due to the
higher number of strikes recorded
in the Jewish state. The study
noted that there were 51 work
stoppages involving some 160,000
workers in the first half of 1983
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the street looks upon him as being
pretentious. The well known
American writer Robert St. John,
who did an Eban biography, ob-
served that people respect him,
but don't love him; they may
agree with him, but they don't al-
ways understand him. He seems
to be a cold individualist. He pre-
fers to orate rather than to listen.
He transforms every dialogue into
a monologue.
Even in his days at the U.N. it
used to be said that he was a poor
ambassador of good will because
he always gave the other dip-
lomats an inferiority complex.
Israelis are proud of his inter-
national reputation, but quickly
add that he was never a member
of kibbutz, never the commander
of a fighting brigade in military
action. Furthermore, he today ad-
vocates dovish policies with re-
gard to our relations with the
m Arabs. He would display a bit of
compromise here, of territorial
concession there, to show Israel's
good will and generosity and de-
sire for peace. But these views are
not popular in an Israel which, for
the most part, does not believe
that appeasement will bring true
peace any closer.
As he approaches 70 Eban is al-
ready an elder statesman, with-
out ever having been afforded an
opportunity even to try for the
topmost position in government.
Abroad he basks in honor and
prestige, but these evade him at
home. He finds a measure of satis-
faction and fulfillment in his
books, his television programs,
and the adulation which he re-
ceives when he speaks — outside
of Israel.
He refuses to accept that his
public career is almost over. It is
already being bruited about that
when the time comes to elect Is-
rael's next President, he would
certainly be an ideal choice — un-
less once again others stand in his
way. Haim Herzog is entitled to
two five-year terms. And by then
Eban may be too old. He is un-
doubtedly a great man, but also a
victim of weaknesses and foibles,
both his own and those of the
domestic system.

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3 tablespoons sugar

3 8-oz. pkgs. PHILADELPHIA BRAND
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3/4 cup sugar
3 tablespoons flour

1 teaspoon vanilla
2 eggs
1 1-oz. square unsweetened
chocolate, melted

Combine crumbs, margarine and sugar; press onto bottom of 9-inch springform
pan. Bake at 350°,10 minutes.
Combine cream cheese, sugar, flour and vanilla, mixing at medium speed on
electric mixer until well blended. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each
addition. Blend chocolate into 1 cup of batter. Spoon plain and chocolate batters
alternately over crust; cut through batter with knife several times for marble
effect. Bake at 450°,10 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 250°; continue bak-
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