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December 07, 1979 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-07

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Friday, December 7, 1979 19

Separated as Babies, Identical Twins Reunite and Share Their Differences

NEW YORK — Oscar

Stohr and Jack Yufe are
identical twins whos a back-
grounds are anything but
Stohr and Yufe, now 47,
were separated as infants
when their parents di-
vorced. Stohr had a Catholic
upbringing with his mater-
nal grandmother in the
Sudentenland of Czechos-
lovakia during the peak of
the Nazi era.

Yufe lived with his
Jewish merchant father in
the Caribbean, then joined a
kibutz in Israel at the age of
17. When he returned from
Israel in 1954 he passed
through Germany to meet

the brother his father had
told him about.

The reunion was a near
disaster. Yufe was appal-
led when the translator
warned him not to tell
Stohr he was Jewish be-

cause of his pro-Nazi

Recently, Yufe and Stohr
tried again. Thomas
Bouchard, a psychologist at
the University of Min-
nesota, studying long sepa-

rated twins, paid Stohr's
way to the U.S. The study is
designed to determine
whether it is invironment or
heredity that shapes human
behavior and thought.
The two brothers have

found many similarities
and even a few differences
in their ways. This time
however, the twins are at
ease with each other, united
by regret over their separa-


Three Charged
for Nazi Activity

BONN (JTA) — A West
Berlin court has sentenced a
28-year-old coal dealer to 11
months in jail and fined two
17-year-old youths $170
and $115, respectively, on
charges of spreading neo-
Nazi propaganda in a tele-
vision broadcast and for
displaying Nazi Party sym-
bols. The Nazi Party is il-
legal in West Berlin.
The three appeared be-
fore a West German TV
team last March in a Berlin
cafe where they described
themselves as members
of the Kampfgruppe
Grossdeutschland and de-
manded the abolition of the
ban on the Nazi Party.
The trio displayed
placards with swastikas
and distributed them to the

The judge sharply
criticized the television
station which, he said,
stood morally accused
for televising the three.
The mild sentence and
low fines were justified,
the judge said, because
the TV station bears part
of the responsibility.

The station's reporter was
criticized for screening the
90-second scene. The TV
station had paid a $140 fee
to the trio.

German Sees
Equality for

BONN (JTA) — Helmut
Schaefer, the foreign policy
spokesman of the Free
Democratic Party's par-
liamentary faction, said
that it should be made clear
to the Arabs that the fate of
the Palestinians is as im-
portant to Germans as the
fate of Israel.

In a statement on his re-
turn from a recent visit to
several Arab countries,
Schaefer strongly supported
an official dialogue between
the Federal Republic and
the Palestinians.

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Air Base Role

Sen. Howard Baker of Ten-
nessee, the Republican Se-
nate Minority Leader and a
declared candidate for his
party's Presidential nomi-
nation, wants the U.S. to
"reassess" its Middle East
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