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March 24, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-24

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34 Friday, Mara 24, 1918

. THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Schindler Wins Approval: Term as Chairman Is Extended

NEW YORK (JTA) — In
an unprecedented unanim-
ous action, the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organi-
zations voted to extend the
term of its chairman, Rabbi
Alexander Schindler, who
has completed two one-year
terms, the normal term of
office of the conference
chairman.

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The vote of confidence in
Schindler was a response to
"pressure from the White
House and attempts to dis-
credit Schindler and the
Presidents Conference,"
Judah J. Shapiro, president
of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance and chairman of the
nominating committee of
the PreSidents Conference,
told a press conference.
Schindler's new term in of-
fice is likely to extend for
less than a year, Shapiro
said. He declined to elabo-
rate on the "pressure" com-
ing from the White House.
Schindler, who also de-
clined to describe "the pres-
sure" from the White
House, referred, however,
at length to recent media
reports about friction bet-
ween himself and President
Cartel'.:. National Security
Adviser Zbigniew
Brzezinski.

"I made no personal at-
tack on anyone at any
time," Schindler said at
the press conference. He
stressed that he did not
refer to Brzezinski as an
"anti-Semite." He ac-

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Schindler was quoted in
the New York Times as say-
ing that Carter was now "a
question mark" to Jews and
that Jews had even stronger
doubts about Brzezinski.
Brzesinski replied to the
Times that American Jews
were saying "if you don't
agree with us . . . we're
going to stamp you _as an
anti-Semite.' " Brzezinski
said the attacks on him
were a "subtle kind of pres-
sure" and part of a policy of
"intimidation" being con-
ducted in "public and pri-
vately by Jewish leaders."
Asked to describe the re-
lations between American
Jewry and the Carter Ad-
ministration, Schindler
said: "I think they are not
bad or tense as they are de-
scribed to be." But he said
there are differences and
that there are aspects of the
Administration's Mideast

policy that are not accepta-
ble to the Presidents Con-
ference.
At the same time, he said,
"we are pleased" with the
team at the State Depart-
ment which is helping to
bring the negotiations bet-
ween Egypt and Israel to a
successful conclusion.

The taste of Purim is still with us, With all the

goodies that it brings: Hamantashen with raisins
and nuts, Wine and merriment, and joyous things!

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He also noted that sup-
port is forthcoming from
the "political section" of
the White House, from
such key figures as Vice
President Walter Mon-
dale and President Car-
ter's advisers Stewart
Eizenstat and Hamilton
Jordan.

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Schindler denied that he
ever said that "Carter was a
question mark" in the eyes
of American Jews because
of his Mideast policy. He
added, however, that "we
have suspicions, that grew
after (Mark) Siegel's resig-
nation that the National
Security Council espouses a
policy that is not favorable
to us." Siegel, who was Car- -
ter's liaison with the
American Jewish commun-
ity, ended his duties at the
White House March 14.

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Detroiters Aid in Creation
of Bar-Ilan's Begin Chair

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cused the media of per-
sonalizing and fabricat-
ing the nature of his dis-
agreement with
Brzezinski. "There is no
doubt in my mind that he
is not a bigot," Schindler
said.

— —
Purim's been and gone, with its brillant cast of
characters. But the echoes still remain: Haman's
curse and Ahasuerus' reverse, Modecai's plea
and Esther's impassioned refrain!

Phillip Stollman, global
chairman of the board of
governors of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity in Israel, reported
this week that Detroiters
Dr. Leon Fill and Sam
Grand were the particip-
ants in establishing a fund
to set up a Chair in Zionism
at the university in honor of
Israel Prime Minister
Menahem Begin.
The university's board
decided to set the honor for
Begin on the occasion of his
having received an honor-
ary doctorate at com-
mencement last month.
The Chair is formally

Britain with Dr. Fill and
Grand among the American
participants in the fund to
honor Prime Minister Be-
gin.

titled the Menahem Begin
Chair in Post-World War
II Zionist History and the
Role of the Underground
Movement.

or her fain

Stollman said that the
$350,000 fund for this honor
is being raised from 16 con-
tributors from the United
States, Canada and Great

Maidanek Trial
Is Criticized

BONN — The trial of 14
Maidanek concentration
camp guards has been re-
ceiving increasing criticism
in Israel because of the
length of the two-year trial
and "the obliging manner"
in which the defendants
were being treated.
Hermine Braunsteiner
Ryan, who after years of
court proceedings left the
U.S. to stand trial in the
case, had her bond revoked
recently and was placed in
jail for trying to intimidate
a witness outside the cour-
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A judge later .released
her, claiming that Mrs.
Ryan was emotionally upset
at the time.
Israeli witnesses have
been escorted to and from
the courtroom to prevent
harassment from right-
wing groups.

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