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December 17, 1982 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Grove in Israel Dedicated

Sabina Konigsberger
was in Israel recently to
dedicate the Zygmunt Ko-
nigsberger Grove in mem-
ory of her husband. The
grove was established in the
Young Israel Forest located
outside the city of Safed.
Mrs. Konigsberger also
established the Sabina
Konigsberger Grove in
memory of her parents,
Yaakov and Gittel Koller,
who perished in the
Holocaust.
For information on estab-
lishing JNF projects in Is-
rael, call Ed Rosenthal at
the JNF office, 557-6644.

MRS. KONIGSBERGER

* * *

Tu B'Shevat Shabat
Preparations Are Begun

The Jewish National
Fun–d of Detroit is working
* * *

Russian Jews
Benefit JNF

The Committee of. the
Russian War Veterans of
World War II of Greater De-
troit is conducting a cam-
paign to get Jewish Na-
tional Fund Blue Boxes into
the homes of its members,
announced Joseph Ayzin,
chairman of the committee.
Members who wish to
have Blue Boxes in their
homes, should call Celia
Katznelson, 968-6658;
Galia Skop, 967-2138; or
Lillie Vainer, 552-0498.

with rabbis and Jewish edu-
cational institutions in
preparation of Tu b'Shevat
Shabat, to be observed Jan.
29.

The Tu b'Shevat obser-
vance will culminate in a
party to be held 8 p.m. Jan.
29 at Cong. Beth Achim,
hosted by the Erev Chapter
of the Young Women of
JNF.

Theme of the Tu b'Shevat
celebration is "Forests and
Personalities" and teaching
materials are available at
the JNF office, 27308
Southfield, Southfield.

For details, call the JNF,
557-6644.

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Neo-Nazis in Germany
Maintain Links With Libya

Rome Jewish Center Bomb
Suspects to Go on Trial

ROME (JTA) — The
Jewish community of Milan
is requesting the status of
plaintiff in the forthcoming
trial of four suspected ter-
rorists accused of detonat-
ing a bomb at the entrance
to the Jewish Community
Center at Via Eupili 8 in
Milan on the night of Sept.
29-30.
The bombing occurred
just nine days before a
machinegun and grenade
attack on worshippers out-
side the main synagogue in
Rome in which two lives
were lost.
Milan police arrested 14
suspects in the community
center bombing. The four to
go on trial were directly re-
sponsible for the act, accord-
ing to the police.
All were identified as
members of the "Com-
munists Organized for
Proletarian Liberation"
(COLP), a group linked to
several extreme leftwing
organizations and sus-
pected of subversion.
The organizations are
"Prima Linea," "Auto-
nomia Operaia Organiz-
zata," and "Nuclei Com-
batenti Communisti." They
are believed to work in tan-
dem with the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization for the
purpose of creating panic
among Jews, civil chaos and
undermining faith in West-
ern democracy, a spokes-
man for the Rome Jewish
community said.
According to the spokes-
man, "The startling ele-
ment of these arrests (in Mi-
lan) is that this is the first
time that an anti-Jewish at-
tempt in Italy turns out to
have been organized by an
extra-parliamentary leftist

group with international
connections. There are no
precedents here for this and
no relations can be drawn
with other previous demon-
strative anti-Jewish acts."

He added, "The known re-
lationships between Pales-
tinian terrorist groups and
extra-parliamentary Ita-
lian terrorism leads logi-
cally to the supposition that
there are reciprocal inter-
ests between the two."
The four suspects to
face trial are: Cesare
Bonetti, Graziano Bian-
chi and Claudio Cordini,
all law students in Milan
and in their early 20s; and
Claudio La Monica, 23, a
student of architecture
born in Sardinia but liv-
ing in Milan.
The other 10 suspects are
expected to stand trial at
later dates for alleged sub-
versive activities and rob-
bery.



BONN (JTA) — A neo-
Nazi group that calls for
"the liberation of Germany
from American and Russian
imperialism" maintains
contact with officials at the
Libyan Embassy in Bonn
according to information re-
leased by the interior minis-
try of Rhineland Palatinate.
The group, which oper-
ates in Mainz, publishes a
periodical titled "We by
Ourselves." One of the sub-
scribers is Libya's ruler,
Col. Muammar Qaddafi.
West Berlin police,
meanwhile, have cracked
down on another neo-Nazi
group called "German
Working Youth." A search
of private flats yielded
weapons, ammunition, gas
masks and propaganda
material.
The police took action
after a Jewish college
student was bound and
threatened by three fel-
low students taking a

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NEW YORK — The first
bibliography of Jewish chil-
dren's books in recent years
has just been published by
the JWB Jewish Book
Council to help meet a grow-
ing need for resources of in-
formal Jewish education for
children.
"Selected Jewish Chil-
dren's Books," compiled by
Dr. Marcia Posner, is an
annotated list of 250 cur-
rent children's books with
substantial Jewish themes.
The pamphlet, published in
connection with the obser-
vance of Jewish Book
Month, Nov. 10 to Dec. 10,
1982, was funded by the Na-
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Jewish Culture.

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NEW YORK — The
Union of Orthodox Jewish
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The directory includes
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