Tito-Nixon Meeting Won't Broach Touchy Subje
ct of libunder of Croatia'
By JOSEPH POLAEOFF
states are political-and - opportun- that he was not subject to extra- years ago in the vast pogrom in
_ (CapYright.1971, - JTA, Inc.)
istic. -Besides:31is:_dewition to Nas- dition. Today, according to the BuchareSt.
WASHINGTON—Presidents Tito ser„Tito's vision of a "third-force Yugoslav Embassy; he is "very Official Romanians in WaShing-
and- Nixon are to exehange views between the -US. and :'Soviet much alive" 'and in "California." ton had things to
-- sOon in Washington -abOut the Mid nourishes Yugosthiia's.7 . sense . of The - last attempt to .extradite him to JTA about this say,
case but that's
die East and-the Balkans amid international importance was in 1964. an article for another day.
- growing- sty.5 of .- Serkius conflicts Economically, Yugoslavia's_ rein;
Yugoslav Embassy officials told
- of -interest -in both.areas' between tioriS with the - Arabs-ire. weak and
JTA that "with all the other things
Mosco• and=relsing. . - - costly. - _ --
happening" it is "too much of a
The • Washington - view - is that - Under Tito, Yugoilavia has legal thing" to bring up the case
"Tito's 'independence, Plus 'the atti.' never used aitti:Seniitisizi as a "in this time of good feeling" be-
tude_ of:-.. Romania. and Albania, national politica
l tool, although tween Washington- and Belgrade.
- punctures the Soviet southern flank anti-Semitism- seethes in= areas
and -_ encourages Egypt's Anwar of Slovenia and Croatia even _ Mention of Artukovich recalled
the name of Valerian Trifa, now
Sadat and :others to ;emulate - him - without the- - presence of Jews.
a bishop of a Romanian church
and -resist1SoViete political domina- _ Before Hitler's_ invasion, -Yoga
headquartered in Grass Lake,
- tion 'while accepting- its military slaviif "had.; altatit - 75,000: Jews.
_ and economic support: . When the -ivdr: inded with Ilto's -
('President Tito is seheduled :to ,partisan -triumphant; 12,000 re-
According to a statement by Rep.
visit Cairo Oct. - 21 for a meeting mained. About half of them soon Benjamin -Halperin' (R., N.Y.) in
with _President ' Sadat, ' a Cairo emigrated, Mostly to Israel.
Congressional Record of March
newSpaper announced Monday.)
Of the remainder, the elite held, 1, 1962, Trifa was -"a leading cul-
_.- Thus Tito's politiCal chess *— and some still hold, high places in Orit" in a massacre of Jews 30
him diplomatically the government and - the profes-
friendly with ll parties in the two sions; including the military. The
areas except_ Israel — may influ- outstanding Jew was.Moshe ?bade,
once Nixon as: he prepares for his Yugoslavia's first president.
thomentouLlouraey to Peking and Monuments to Judaiim, like the
-seeks''- to keep the "cease fire" ancient synagogue in Jeiv Street-in
along the Suez .• Dubrovnik and the great synagogue
With respeet to Israel; Yugo- -in Sarajevo, built by refugees from
slavia's political stance is no less the Spanish Inquisition; are gov-
deStructive than the' Soviet's. ermnent-supported. Part of Yugo-
Hiving little-substance to give, slavia's patrimony is an Hlumi-
Tito :has provided the - strongest nated Hagada, a marvel of art,
diPlomatic support . - to both'Nas- that the Serbs kept hidden, from
ser and Sadat as his, activities the G e r in a n s who desperately
in_ the - United Nations demon- sought it. But Jewish life is barely
stride— -: maintained by a pathetically small
No non-Arab leader holds Cairo's community. -
esteem and trust as does Tito. The. Unlikely to appear on the Nixen-
Tito policy in the Middle East was The agenda is the case of Andrija
based -originally on his`_ deep per- Artukovich,. the "Himmler of Cro-
sonal friendship with. Nasser. atia." The years and shifting polit-
- - His own foreign ministry opposed ical fortunes have sidelined the
severing relations, with Israel, but issue over the erstwhile leader of
- Tito being Tito peeyailed. But the the Ustashi who did much of the
time taken /or discuision caused torture and killing of Jews, Serbs,
Yugoslavia - to become the last of -gypsies and Croats for the- Nazis.
the Eastern European states to For seven years, the Tito gov-
make the break after the Six-Day ernment fought diplomatically and
War.--Romania is the only Commu- in the courts to have the 'United
nist country which has consistently States return hint..to -Yugoslavia to
maintained .relations with Israel.
stand trial as a war criminal, but -
- Yugoslavia's ties with the Arab a California court in 1959 ruled
Friday, October 8,1971-5
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Younger; would probably give the
Seminary leadership a "slightly
different emphasis." He described
-• his own basic philosophy as one
.,1 in education. '
He said Hebrew day schools in
the United States "certainly" need
financial aid, -but declined—as he
has for 30- years—to discuss the
question of _public aid to private
schools. ' - _ '
The Conservative leader said his
greatest regret was that his plan
for a World Academy of Ethics
had notbeea realized. "Maybe the
way I present it, it's too abstract,"
he mused, Dr. *,nicelstein; who. is
working. on two books, will con-
tinue as Solomon Schechter Pro-
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academic officer, of the new Insti-
tute for - Advanced Studies in the
Humanities: Rabbi Wolfe Reiman,
eirecativeviee president of the Rab-
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