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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 Friday, January 21, 1983

Unite Branches of Judaism to Meet Issues Facing Jews'

- SPRING GLEN, N.Y.
(JTA) — A leading Or-
thodox rabbi said that the
only way to successfully ad-
dress the many challenges
facing Jews and Judaism "is
to regroup and strengthen

wide reappraisal of areas in
which existing organiza-
tional functions overlap."
Rabbi Gilbert Klaper-
man, president of the Rab-
binical Coiincil of America,
also told the more than 200

our forces by uniting with
all branches of Judaism in
those areas where we can be
most effective without
yielding our own indi-
vidualities and loyalties.
This would also require a

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MIAMI — A pilot project
aimed at promoting racial
and ethnic understanding
among high school students
in the Miami area will be
launched next September,
according to the Miami
chapter of the American
Jewish Committee and the
Cuban National Planning
Council, the co-sponsors of
the program. •
The project, "Hands
Across the Campus," will be
carried out in two Dade
County high schools under
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sponsoring organizations
and the county school sys-
tem. It will include courses
on the American tradition
of pluralism, the roots of
prejudice and the
Holocaust.

E Bolivia Seeks Extradition

PARIS (JTA) — The Boli-
vian public prosecutor,
Hernando Acha Siles, has
asked the Supreme Court to
extradite Klaus Altmann,
who as Klaus Barbie was
known as the "butcher of
Lyon" during the Nazi oc-
cupation of France, to West
Germany, according to
French radio reports from
La Paz.
Acha Siles told the court
that West Germany had
demanded his extradition
for war crimes and genocide
and that the extradition re-
quest should be honored be-
cause the two countries
have an extradition treaty.
Barbie, who fled to
South America after the
war and obtained - Boli-
vian citizenship under
•the name of Altmann, has
been accused of the de-
portation and death of
thousands of Jews and
French resistance fight-
ers.
The French government,
which sentenced him to
death in absentia after the
war for crimes he commit-
ted while he served as ges-
tapo chief in Lyon, has sev-

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rabbis attending the coun-
cil's midwinter conference
at the Homowick Lodge that
they must "reach out be-
yond the confines of the
congregation and create a
corps of volunteers to serve"
in various community ef-
forts •
A
S
He referred to the Jewish
P poor who are generally out-
S side of the organized con-
.
gregation, the rising rate of
E violent crime against the
synagogues and such inter-
E
s
national issues as the al-
most total shutdown of

B Jewish emigration from the
I
Soviet Union.
R
Klaperman also called for
D "forging new partnerships"
S - with the young people and

the slowly rising members
R of "baale teshuva" (newly
returned Jews) to religious
A
observance.

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Race-Relations
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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
rael's Interior Ministry be-
lieves that more Jews left
the Galilee in 1982 than
immigrated there. A
spokesman said this is the
first time this has happened
since Israel was founded in
1948.
Observers believe that
there are more incentives
for industry to locate in
Judea and Samaria, caus-
ing the aliya decline in the
Galilee.
The Jewish population of
the Galilee is estimated to
have increased by 19,000 in
1981, compared to 20,000 in
1979. The Arab population
of the area increased 17,000
in 1981, compared to 8,100
in 1979.

Every day's experience
shows how much more
actively education goes on
out of the schoolroom than
in it.

-

eral times asked for his ex-
tradition. The Bolivian
Supreme Court has rejected
France's demand, arguing
that the two countries have
no mutual extradition
treaty.
Barbie is also charged by
the French with the murder
of war-time resistance
leader Jean Moulin.

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