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February 12, 1982 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 12, 1982

Anniversary Due for Rabbi Involved in Rosenberg Case

NEW YORK — The
100th anniversary of the
birth of Rabbi Abraham
Cronbach, one of the key
figures in the Rosenberg
trial, will be marked Tues-

day by the National Com-
mittee to Re-open the
Rosenberg Case.
The late rabbi was one of
three clergymen who met
with President Dwight

Eisenhower on June 16,
1953 in an effort to secure
clemency for Julius and
Ethel Rosenberg, who had
been convicted of treason
and faced the death penalty.

Rabbi Cronback deliv-
ered the eulogy at the
Rosenbergs' funeral.

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Richard O'Brien who is
being replaced in April be-
cause he does not see eye to
eye with the government.
In defending Young's ap-
pointment, 'which has
sparked off a political row,
Norman Tebbitt, Employ-
ment Secretary, referred to
his involvement with ORT.
Young has aroused the
hostility of the opposition
Labor Party because of
his rightwing political
associations. He is a di-_
rector of the Center for
Policy Studies, set up__,
several years ago by E
Keith Joseph, Educatio___=
Secretary.
Young, a lawyer, has
been an assistant of Sir
Isaac Wolfson, head of
Great Universal Stores, and
chairman of a real estate
company. His brother,
Stuart, who is deeply in-
volved in fund-raising for
Israel, was recently ap-
pointed a governor of the
British Broadcasting Corp.

LONDON (JTA) — The
job of providing industrial
retraining for many of Writ-
ain's three million unem-
ployed has been given to
David Young, chairman of
the administrative commit-
tee of World ORT, the
Jewish organization which
operates vocational schools
in many parts of the world.
Young, 49, will become
head of the government's
Manpower Services Corn-
mission in succession to Sir

Percy Gives Israel Warning

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The committee, which
includes former Con-
gressman Robert Drinan
and author Norman
Mailer as sponsors, cites
flagrant violations of due
process, the absence of
corroboration and a lack
of documentary evidence
as reasons for re-opening
the controversial case.

Britain Taps ORT Leader

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Charles Percy (R-Ill),
chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Corn-
mitte, warned Israel that it
cannot expect the United
States to damage its global
interests by defending
"questionable or objection-
able" Israeli actions or
policies.
U.S. global interests and
responsibilities "include the
security of Israel," Percy
told a National Press Club
luncheon in a report on his
recent 38-day visit to Israel
and 13 Arab countries.
He said he did not meet
with any leaders of the
-Palestine Liberation
Organization.
"Israel has seen U.S.
willingness to fully sup-
port them against over-
whelming opposition
when we believe they are
right," Percy said.
"But Israel cannot expect
the United States to con-
tinue isolating itself from
the world community to de-
fend questionable and or ob-
jectionable actions in
policies.
"The Israelis must stop
`surprising' the interna-
tional community and the
United States with pre-
emptive acts that are
viewed by the community of
nations as violations of in-
ternational norms, harmful
to U.S. interests and
damaging to the peace proc-
ess that must now proceed
in the Middle East."
Percy called on the U.S. to
take the leadership role in
broadening the Camp David
process to solve the Palesti-
nian problem and to help Is-
rael achieve peace with the
Arab neighbors on the East.
He noted that both Is-
rael and Syria were the
leading critics of the
eight-point plan pro-
posed by Crown Prince
Fand of Saudi Arabia. He
said that he urged both
governments to accept
the points of the plan of
which they approve of
and negotiate on the rest.
Percy gave his awn prem-
ises for achieving a Mideast
peace. He said this includes
commitment to a negotiated
peace, acceptance of United
Nations Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338
and the recognition of the
right of all nations in
thearea to exist behind ac-
cepted and secure borders_
The Arab states must
explicitly — and publicly,
, not just privately — accept
Israel and agree to each out
in an effort to establish
normal relations in the con-

text of a just peace," he said.
Percy also said that
peace requires under-
standing that it can only
come "from negotiations
based on an exchange of
land taken in 1967 for
peace, security and
recognition."
He said peace also re-
quires that "the legitimate
rights of the Palestinian
people must be addressed
and the Palestinians must
participate in determining
their own destiny. A solu-
tion cannot be imposed on
them." A comprehensive
peace also requires dealing
with the "agony of Leba-
non," Percy added.
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