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January 22, 1982 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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Israel Intends to Ask for Clarifications
- from 4 Nations on Peacekeeping Offer

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel is expected to ask for
"clarifications" of nearly
identical letters received
from Britain, France, Italy
and Holland last week
- reiterating their Willing-
' ness to participate in the
Sinai peacekeeping force.
Israel wants the four
powers to make clearer the
inction between the
of their participation
-their earlier statements

which referred to the Euro-
pean Economic Commu-
nity's (EEC) 1980 Venice
declaration.
Secretary of State . Ale-
xander Haig reportedly
urged Israel to accept the
four powers' letters during
his visit to Israel last week.
Israeli officials acknowl-
edged that the delay in
doing this stemmed from
certain reservations still
held by *Israel.
The Venic'e declaration
was unacceptable be-
cause it called for asso-
ciation of the Palestine

Liberation Organization
in the Mideast peace
process.
Israel wants the Euro-
pean powers to acknowl-
edge that the Multinational
Force and Observers (MFO)
in Sinai derives its mandate
solely from the Camp David
agreements and x the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
treaty before they join it.

Diplomatic contacts on
this matter between Israel
and the four European gov-
ernments have been kept on
a low key.

California Reports Increase
of Anti-Semitic Incidents

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
Anti-Semitic incidents in
California, ranging from
property vandalism to as-
saults, increased six-fold
last year, David Lehrer, an
attorney for the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, told a governor's task
force last week.
The task force is inves-
tigating reports of an up-
surge of hostility against
blacks, orientals and Jews
in the state.

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Lehrer and Gary Davis,
former chief of staff to Gov.
Edmund Brown, Jr., agreed
that the rise of racism was
notable within the middle
clase.

In that connection,
Davis cited the recent
public remark by State
Sen. John Schmitz, an
ultra-conservative Re-
publican, that opponents
of a measure to outlaw
abortion in California
appeared to him as "a sea
of hard Jewish and
(arguably) female faces"
and were "murderous
marauders." Davis char-
acterized this as "verbal
vandalism."
Lehrer blamed the rise in
anti-Semitic incidents on
"paramilitary activity by
various extremist groups on
the radical right" and on
"more subtle organizations"
which disseminate informa-
tion through books and
pamphlets that perpetuate
racial stereotypeg.and incite
to violence.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 22, 1982 19

New Book Offers Evidence
of Wallenberg Death in '65

••••••• —••Ra•be•lai:

Nature abhors a vacuum.

,

NEW YORK — A new
volume on Raoul Wallen-
berg, the former Swedish
diplomat who saved
thousands of Hungarian
Jews during the Holocaust,
asserts that Wallenberg
died in a Soviet mental hos-
pital during the 1960s and
is not still living in a Soviet
prison, a theory espoused by
several people involved
with the Wallenberg case.
The book, "Lost Hero: The
Mystery of Raoul Wallen-
berg," by Frederick E. Wer-
bell and Thurston Clarke,
claims two leading Swedish
investigators concluded in
1965 that Wallenberg had
died a short time before in a
Soviet mental hospital after
being tortured there. Wal-
lenberg was captured dur-
ing the Soviet invasion of
Hungary following World
- War II. --
The authors said the
two investigators, Swe-
den's former Prime
Minister, Tage Erlander,
and a prominent Swedish
physician, Nanna Svartz,
had been given convinc-
ing details of Wallen-
berg's death by high
Soviet officials in 1965,
but had decided to keep
the information secret.
They released the infor-
mation to Werbell and
Clarke after Dr. Svartz be-
came upset at the organiz-


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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Montgomery County (Md.)
Executive Charles Gilchrist
received the Torch of Lib-
erty Award from the Dis-
trict of Columbia-Maryland
region of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith last week.
The award, presented at a
luncheon at Bnai Brith
headquarters here, com-
mended Gilchrist for taking
the lead to try to eradicate
racially, religiously and
ethnically motivated vio-
lence and vandalism in his
county, a suburb of Wash-
ington.

Record Marked
in UJA Campaign

NEW YORK ( JTA) —
The United Jewish Appeal
collected more than $301
million, in 1981 — a
peacetime record — to help
provide humanitarian pro-
grams and services to Jews
in need in Israel and
worldwide.
The $301,179,967 col-
lected represented a 14 per-
cent increase over the
$287.5 million collected in
1980.

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