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September 13, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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JEW YORK, (JTA) — A
eminent Reform rabbi
cl Monday that President
rd's full and unqualified
rdon to former President
Kon "violates our sensibil-
_- and is an affront to our

sense of justice."
Rabbi Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, predicted in a state-
ment issued here that "Mr.
Ford's premature act will

irael Science Book on Physics
Translated Into Japanese

Friday, Sept. 13, 1974-15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

hief Reform Rabbi Says Nixon Pardon Is 'Affront to Justice'

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serve only to ignite further
controversy and to destroy
that sense of unity which his
ascendancy to office prom-
ised and which we so desper-
ately needed."

most restrictive amnesty
which President Ford pro-
poses to offer those of Amer-
ica's sons whose only crime
was to listen to the still small
voice within them?"

Rabbi Schindler added:
"This is not to say that we
desire vengeance. No one
wants to see the former Pres-
ident languish in jail. We
would have accepted this
pardon, gladly, fully, had it
been proferred after the le-
-gal processes had reached
their conclusion and once the
record was established for
all to see."
Rabbi Schindler expressed
concern over how Americans
generally and "especially
our youth' would react to the
pardon. "What- are -we to tell
them? Dozens of the (form-
er) President's men are in
jail or awaiting sentence,
their lives in ruin, while the
man in whose behalf they
acted is held immune," Rab-
bi Schindler said.

Rabbi Schindler foresaw
"only a deepening of the •
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cynicism of our citizenry and

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He also asked, "How are
we to equate this act of mer-
cy with that qualified and

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The Hon. Jun Matsufuji, right, minister at the Japan
bassy in Israel, receives a first copy of an Israeli
entific book translated into Japanese. This represents
first such translation, according to the author, Prof.
- x Jammer, left, of the department of physics at Bar-
University outside of Tel Aviv. He wrote the book,
e Conceptual Developmnt of Quantum Mechanics," in
lish. It was translated under the title, "Ryoshi Riki-
ku Shi," by Prof. Shoichiro Koode of the institute of
ysics at Tokyo University. The book has also been trans-
d into Russian by Prof. V. I. Alexeyev, of the USSR
ademy of Sciences. Prof. Jammer studied for some time
der Prof. Albert Einstein at Princeton University.

dge: Capucci Not Immune
om Trial Because of Status

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on three counts of perform-
ing services for El Fatah;
illegally transporting and
and
possessing weapons;
maintaining - contacts -- with [
foreign agents.
If found guilty he could be
sentenced to 10 years impri-
sonment on each of - the first
two counts, and 15 years on
the third.
His attorney, Aziz Shehade,
sought a dismissal from
Judge Miriam Ben-Porat on
grounds that Cappucci car-
nai Brith Prints
ried a special service pass-
alendar for 5735 port approved by the foreign
WASHINGTON — A cal- ministry and therefore could
dariappointment book that not be tried under Israeli
atures resources informa- law.
Judge Ben-Porat also re-
n on civic and social ser-
ce programs and organi- jected an appeal by Capucci
ons is being offered by that he be transferred from
Brith's community and jail to house arrest. He
_rans services depart- claimed that his treatment
by prison guards and the na-
Er nt.
ture of his quarters were not
mr [The 32-page, booklet cov- in .accord with the treatment
es the coming year through he was entitled to under
eptember 1975, coinciding church law and international
ith the school year and the law.
.wish calendar year of 5735.
Shehade asked that his
Along with listing religious client b,e transferred to his
nd civic holidays, the cal- home or to his church or to
ndar emphasizes special the Latrun monastery on the
ays, weeks and months de- Jerusalem-el Aviv highway.
State prosecutor Gabriel
oted to promoting commun-
,y programs dealing with Bach opposed the appeal be-
ae environment, health care, cause of the grave nature of
'ae elderly and other con- the charges against the cler-
erns that showed up re- ic. Judge Ben-Porat said she
eatedly in an inventory of was confident that the prison
zany communities' priori- authorities would see to it
es. The calendar also des- that Capucci is treated in
ribes a number of CVS re- keeping with his status. She
)urce materials and ex- urged the authorities, how-
dains how they might be ever, to set a trial date as
soon as possible.
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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
rusalem District Court
dge rejected defense claims
at Archbishop Hillarion
pucci is immune from
osecution because of his
erical status and ordered
e Greek Catholic prelate's
tention extended "until
mpletion of legal proceed-
gs in his case."
Capucci was indicted here


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