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March 31, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Available For All Occasions

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MIAMI (JTA) — Rabbi
Arthur Hertzberg, past
president of the American
Jewish Congress, cautioned

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against the "gloom and
doom scenario" of future
U.S.-Israeli relations fol-
lowing the failure of Presi-
dent Carter and Premier
Menahem Begin to resolve
their differences at their
talks in Washington.
"At the same time," he
said, "it would be false op-
timism not to concede that
American Jews feel a grow-
ing sense of worry and dis-
may at the current trend of

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Hertzberg Criticizes `Gloom and Doom'

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U.S. policy in the Middle troops without a clear man-
date to prevent the return of
East."
Speaking to 500 delegates PLO terrorists.
Newly-elected AJCon-
at the AJCongress' national
biennial convention in what gress President Howard
was his valedictory address Squadron declared that the
as president of the organiza- AJCongress "is taking the
tion, Hertzberg voiced op- position that the United
timism over the future of States should not be twist-
American-Israeli relations ing arms or acting as an ar-
and the continuity ofJewish bitrator, but rather should
perform the role of a
identity in the U.S.-
"Israel's security is an mediator, restoring com-
essential element of munications and bringing
American security," he together all the parties for
said. "President Carter discussions."
He also said that the Car-
understands that — and
so does Prime Minister ter Administration "is ob-
sessed
with the energy prob-
Begin. Whatever the dif-
ferences, they are about lem and is making a mis-
tactics on how beSt to take by adopting on the
achieve Middle East Middle East the view of
peace while protecting Saudia Arabia."
With respect to the future
Israel's security — not
over the basic American of American Jewry,
Hertzberg
said that not-
commitment to a strong
and viable Jewish state." withstanding "interfaith
However, Hertzberg marriages, voluntary
criticized the linking of 'drop-outs' from Jewish life
American military aid for and the lowest birth rate of
Israel with arms sales to any ethnic, racial or religi-
Egypt and Saudi Arabia; ous group in the country,"
criticism of Israel's posi- there is "a less publicized
tions conpled with praise for but equally significant .
President Sadat; and the growth of Jewish con-
American role in the United sciousness among large
Nations resolution calling numbers of Jews, many of
on international peace whom came to Jewish life
forces to replace Israeli for 'secular reasons."

Squadron to Head
National AJCongress

MIAMI — Howard M.
Squadron, a New York City
attorney, was elected presi-
dent of the American
Jewish Congress at the or-
ganization's national bien-
nial convention. He is the
first president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress in 45
years who is not a rabbi.
Squadron succeeds Rabbi
Arthur Hertzberg who
served three two-year
terms. Squadron received
230 votes to 98 for Rabbi
David Polish of Chicago.
Squadron has been active
in the American Jewish
Congress for 25 years. He
has previously served as the
organization's senior vice
president, Governing Coun-
cil chairman and chairman
of its Commission on Law
and Social Action and New
York Metropolitan Council.
He is a member of the gov-
erning board of the World
Jewish Congress and a trus-
tee of the Society for the Ad-
vancement of Judaism.
From 1970 to 1972,
Squadron headed the Ad
Hoc Committee for City
University, a coalition of
more than 60 organiza-
tions supporting free tui-
tion and the open admis-
sions program at CUNY.
A former staff counsel for
the American Jewish Con-
gress from, 1961 to 1964
Squadron served as chair-
man of the New York Met-
ropolitan Council of the
AJCongress, chairing the
successful statewide effort
to win passage of a Fair
Sabbath Law . exempting
Sabbath-observers from the
Sunday-closing laws; help-
ing to establish the Met-
ropolitan Council's panel of

HOWARD SQUADRON

volunteer lawyers in civil
rights cases, and success-
fully representing the 12
AJCongress leaders
charged with disorderly
conduct for picketing the
anti-Semitic mural at-the
Jordanian Pavilion of the
New York World's Fair.

Tract's Source
Is Uncovered

LONDON — The London
Times exposed the Protocols
of the Elders of Zion in 1921
as Czarist anti-Semitism
dating back to 1905.
An English researcher
recently found that the
Times articles were based
on proof provided by an im-
poverished Russian land-
owner who fled Russia after
the revolution of 1917.
The landowner offered
the material to the Times as
collateral for a loan. The •
material proved that the
"Protocols" had been
plagiarized from a 19th
Century French work.

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