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September 09, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zuckerman Tribute to Jackson
Cites Scoop's Humanitarianism

Heads of Jewish move-
ments in this country and
throughout the world joined
in paying honor to the
memory of Senator Henry
Jackson (D-Wash.), who
died Friday morning.
Paul Zuckerman, who
was among his closest
friends and recalled
Jackson's "courageous ef-
forts to assure security for
Israel and to protect the
Jews in the Soviet Union
against the rising tide of
anti-Semitism there," had a
special tribute in behalf of
himself and his wife Helen.
He especially recalled the
encouragement he received
from "Scoop" Jackson when
Zuckerman headed the
United Jewish Appeal and
in his communal labors
through the many years of
their friendship. Zucker-
man stated:

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"All Americans, Jews all
over the world, have lost the
dearest friend we ever had.
Helen and I personally lost
the best friend we ever had.
"I met 'Scoop' Jackson
20 years ago and we were
`birthday twins' — we
Were both born May 31,
1912, the same day, the
same year — and both
married women named
Helen.
"He was the greatest
humanitarian I ever met.
"He was a man of the
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Friday, September 9, 1983 29

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penny received in hon-
orariums or lectures, but
placed the money in a
charitable foundation.
"The seed of the
Jackson-Vanick Amend-
ment in defense of Russian
Jews was germinated in
1972 in the living room of
our home at 3 o'clock in the
morning as the Senator and.
I sat in pajamas while the
two Helens slept. It was one
of many visits in our home
by Henry and Helen
Jackson.
"He was the most dedi-
cated supporter of Israel
and all that it stood for.
"I value many of the mes-
sages 'Scoop' sent me, espe-
cially the one when • he
greeted me on the occasion
of the Fellowship awarded
me by the Hebrew Univer-
sity in June of 1982.
"We last met in Washing-
ton only a few weeks ago, on
July 21 in his office, when
he expressed a desire to be a
participant in the effort I
am chairing nationally for
AKIM, the movement of re-
habilitation of the mentally
retarded in Israel.
"Blessed be his memory."

TERRY I. BERLIN

INDIANAPOLIS — Opinion reported.
Rabbi David Raab, of Tem-
Although many Jews
ple King Solomon in Miami have been elected mayor in
Beach, has entered the race Miami Beach, a rabbi has
for mayor of that Florida never served in the post, the
city, the Jewish Post and paper said.

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