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May 22, 1981 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS_

Anti-Nazis Upset Wiesenthal

LONDON (JTA) — The
Jewish people will lose the
fight against the "regenera-
tion of Nazism" unless it
enlists allies outside the

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Jewish communities, Simon
Wiesenthal, the war crimes
investigator, said here. He
was less worried about the
numbers of Nazis in the
world than about the lack of
anti-Nazis.
Wiesenthal aimed his
warning mainly at Ameri-
can Jewish leaders who, he
claimed, had scoffed at his
calls to remember not just
the six million Jewish mar-
tyrs but members of the
other European nations
who fell victim to the Nazis
racial persecutors.
"Our big mistake since
the war was to ignore the
victims among other na-
tions, and to reduce the
atrocities of the war
merely to a problem of
the Nazis against the
Jews, instead of trying to
form a brotherhood of
victims we treat the other
peoples who suffered like
`Shabbos goys'," he
added.
Referring to the present
resurgence of anti-
Semitism, Wiesenthal said
it was reminiscent of the
1920s rather than the
1930s. But this was no rea-
son to belittle it, he warned.

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Detroit Post Office Slowed
Delivery of The Jewish News

Rumors to the effect that The Jewish News did not

pay postage on time for delivery of the May 15 edition are
incorrect. A large pre-payment was not recorded on the
Detroit post office computer and the post office delayed
delivery of The Jewish News to all areas. The only excep-
tion was Oakland County areas with the Zip Code prefix
480.
It was the first time in the 40-year history of The
Jewish News that the newspaper failed to be delivered
on time on such a wide-spread basis.

Schmidt to Meet U.S. Jewish Leaders
During Visit; Change in Views Unlikely


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WASHINGTON — West
According to observers the Palestinians and the
German Chancellor Helmut here it is based on a PLO were also sharply
Schmidt arrived in Wash- theory gaining ground in criticized by President
ington Wednesday and dur- Bonn circles that since Yitzhak Navon of Israel
ing his visit he planned to the Third Reich was in a and by Foreign Minister
meet U.S. Jewish leaders to way - responsible for the Yitzhak Shamir but in
"mend fences," according to creation of the state of Is- more temperate lan-
Newsweek magazine. He rael, it also had a respon- guage.
also
was
Schmidt
was scheduled to meet with sibility for the "Palesti-
the Conference of nian tragedy" which its criticized in some quarters
for his failure to respond to a
Presidents of Major Ameri- successor had a duty to
long standing invitation to
can Jewish Organizations.
help mitigate.
visit
Israel, extended by
Meanwhile, Schmidt has
Schmidt did not refer di-
made it clear that he is rectly to the accusations previous governments and
standing by his positions on hurled at him by Begin ear- renewed by the Begin gov-
the Middle East, including lier in the week that he had ernment.
self-determination for the lost sight of Germany's
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srnpathy
association of the Palestine Jewry and was now making
Liberation Organization in common cause with those
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RODNICK-
However, in a lengthy officer in World War H, he
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. McINERNEY'S
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Schmidt's remarks on
seemed to take a conciliat-
ory approach to Israel and to
acknowledge thespecial re-
lationship existing between
Bonn and Jerusalem which
Begin accused the chancel-
lor of forgetting.
Schmidt also defended his • We Must Remain Old Fashioned. We still do
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has a special commitment to • possible for those pleats, tucks and folds.
the Palestinians driven •
from their homes on the •
West Bank, an assertion •
that infuriated Begin.


Vegas Names
School for Jew

JACK GILBERT

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.
(JTA) — One -million dollars
has been committed to the
Harvard Divinity School by
the Albert A. List Founda-
tion to establish the first
endowed professorship in
Jewish studies in the
United States at a Protes-
tant or Catholic seminary of '
divinity school, according to
George Rupp, dean of the
school.
List, a leading New York
philanthopist, is a trustee of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.

JERUSALEM — Israel
has arrested three groups of
terrorists in the Gaza Strip
and accused them of mur-
dering 13 Arabs and injur-
ing 22 in shooting and gre-
nade attacks.
Israel refused to disclose
the identity or number of
persons arrested. Five
homes belonging to some of
those arrested were de-
molished after the arrests.

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LAS VEGAS (JTA) —
The naming of a new Las
Vegas elementary school in
memory of a Los Vegas
pioneer, Nate Mack, the
first public school in
Nevada to be named for a
Jew, was marked in formal
ceremonies last week.
Mack, who died in 1963,
was a founder of the Bank of
Las Vegas and its first
chairman, a post he held
until his death.

The first Jewish services
to be held in southern
Nevada with the required
minyan were held for a time
in his home, starting in
1930.
Mack also was founder of
the Las Vegas Jewish
Community Center, which
later became the present
Conservative Temple Beth
Sholom. Mack served the
synagogue as its first
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