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May 06, 1983 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-06

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44 Friday, May 6, 1983
' THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
.
,wilehAhte Jews of Spain _.homes; hoping:one
aay
d a
y to re-

were force# into exile.by the
Inquisitior4,they. took with
them the keys to their

ev"

turn to' their native land.
These keys they passed
down from father to son as a

cherished inheritance. And
with- these keys they • kept
alive the ancient folk tales
of their noble heritage.

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PLO Involvement in Nicaragua

By MORRIS J. AMITAY

WASHINGTON — At-
tention here in Washington
shifted to Central America
immediately after the
tragic bombing of the U.S.
Embassy in Beirut.
The vast geographic dif-
ference in focus should not
obscure the very real link
between terrorism in the
Middle East and subversion
in Central America — the
PLO. There is ample evi-
dence of direct assistance in -
arms, training and other
support furnished to the.
Sandinista government in
Nicaragua by the PLO. In
fact, Nicaragua is to host a
conference on the Palesti-
nians in mid-May, and is
seeking to establish itself as
a leading voice in the "non-
aligned" movement.
While a significant PLO
presence in Managua,
Nicaragua's capital has
been reported in the press
for some time, its ramifica-
tions are only now begin-
ning to be played out to the
detriment of both U.S. and
Israeli interests.
No
_doubt,
the
President's new special
envoy to Central
America, former Florida
Senator Richard Stone is
already very much aware
of this identity of inter-
ests. Stone, who also
speaks Spanish, • served
with distinction on the
Near East Subcommittee
of the Senate Foreign Re-

lations Committee, and
was a staunch supporter
of Israel.
* * *
The sudden death of vete-
ran Rep. Philip Burton of
California came as a shock
to friends of Israel around
the country. As one the most
powerful men in the House
of Representatives, Phil
never failed to exert his con-
siderable influence on be-
half of Israel-related legis-
lation whenever• called
upon.
His wife, Sala, a political
force in her own right, was
always directly involved in
Burton's efforts — and is
now seeking to replace him
in a special election. Born in
Poland before World War II,
Sala came to San Francisco
at the age of 14 and ap-
propiately met her husband
at a Young Democrats Con-
vention. She served ably on
various state party organ-
izations — and in Washing-
ton was president of the
Democratic House and Se-
nate Wives Club.
Very much aware of her
own Jewishness, Sala not
only offered Phil Burton ad-
vice and encouragement —
but a sound education in the
make-up and interests of
the American Jewish com-
munity, going. beyond his
own San Francisco consti-
tuency.
There would be no more
fitting memorial to Phil
Burton than the election of

Sala to follow in his
footsteps in representing
the Fifth District of Califor-
nia.
When Dick Durbin,
Democrat of Illinois, nar-
rowly defeated Paul
Findley last November, a
vast sigh of relief came
from Israel's supporters
around the country.
Findley has been an out-
spoken proponent of the
PLO and Yasir Arafat
while serving on the inf-
luential Near East Sub-
committee of the House
Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee.
Lately, Findley has been
showing up in his old Con-
gressional district appear- -
ing before various audi-
ences — an ominous sign.
Should Findley run again
for his old seat, this race
may become the high prior-
ity it was only months ago,
not only because of
Findley's negative record,
but because of the positive
stance Durbin has already
taken.

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