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December 12, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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rRing in the holidays with a

NIBBLES & NUTS tray

Justice

Continued from Page 3

pocketed by a waiter. A video
tape of the proceedings, when
shown, allegedly revealed the
waiter in the act of picking
up the ring and hiding it.
The waiter confessed with re-
gret and returned the ring,
but Ben-Yair demanded
damages for the distress
caused and for the cloud cast
over the wedding.
A Modern Portia. Judge
Varda Alsheik was faced
with two bitter contestants in
= her Tel Aviv court: two
former business partners,
who had ended a long friend-
ship with mutual charges and
recriminations. After inviting
each of the litigants privately
to her chambers, she ruled
that one must make a contri-
bution equivalent to $7500 to
the Soldiers' Welfare and
Education Fund, and the
other must invite his former
partner to a family Shabbat
dinner to mark reconciliation.
Good Deeds of the
Fathers. Two Arab members
/-
of the Kiirdayeh family in
Jerusalem were charged with
large scale tax evasion and
faced long prison terms and
fines. When it was revealed
in court that in 1929 their
family had at great personal
risk saved the lives of 24
Jews in the face of Arab riot-
ers, an act for which they
were later ostracized by their
neighbors, the court accepted
an agreement between the
two counsels, whereby the ac-
cused pleaded. guilty as
charged, and the prosecution
waived the demand for im-
prisonment.
Right Trial, Wrong Wit-
ness,. Judge Samuel Minzer,
of Beersheba court, listened
intently for over an hour as a
defendant testified in a crim-
inal case, and responded to
leading questions. Not till the
very end of the testimony did
it finally dawn on anyone
2
that the witness was indeed a
defendant, but not in the
trial under question. The
judge deferred the two trials
till a later date, when the
tangled strands could be un-
ravelled.

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The Merkaz

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The Laymen's Association
of the Vaad Horabonim

is pleased to invite you to the

Sixth Annual Dinner

featuring

Rabbi Moshe Heinemann

Hadassah Cuts
Cigarette Ads

New York (JTA) — The
72-year-old Hadassah maga-
zine will quit publishing
cigarette advertisements
starting with its January
1987 - issue, according to Rose
Goldman, the magazine's
chairman. The decision by
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Hadassah's executive corn-
mittee makes the ten-
times-a-year publication with
a circulation of 385,000 one
of only 36 consumer maga-
zines to refuse cigarette ad-
vertising, Goldman said.
:The continued presence of
cigarette advertising in
) Hadassah's national publica-
tion is inconsistent with the
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Rabbinic Administrator of the Vaad Hakashrus of

the Orthodox Jewish Council

of Baltimore, Maryland

Wednesday, December 17th, 1986
15 Kislev 5747

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Dinner — 7:00 p.m.

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