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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-12

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immigrants being harassed
and physically attacked by '
Irish and Polish ruffians.
These incidents led the
Jewish community to take
defensive measures to pro-
tect itself and had the
additional effect of rein-
forcing many Jews' sense
of identification.
Ironically, anti-Semitism
accomplished for the
community what religious
reforms and communal ef-
forts failed to do: it caused
Detroit's Jews to mroe
strongly identify as Jews.
Finally, there is another,
more subtle, theme which
permeates this study: the
ongoing tension between
the Jews' desire to become
fullfledged, fully par-
ticipating Americans and
their desire to maintain a

Jewish identity and some
semblance of Jewishness.
This tension was never
satisfactorily resolved dur-
ing the period under dis-
cussion, nor in the decades
that followed.

Dr. Rockaway makes a
definite contribution to the
activities marking the Feder-
ation's 60th anniversary. His
book enriches the occasion.

Dr. Robert Mandel, director
of Wayne State University \
Press, expressed pride, in be-,
half of the university, that I
had "a share in producing
this important history."
This review only scratches
the surface in evaluating the
Detroit Jewish' history. It will
surely be treated with
acclaim by the entire com-
munity.

wimus *on-Liiiks
U.S. Reporters Arrest
To Earlier KGB Plot

LISA HOSTEIN

Special to the Detroit Jewish News

hiladelphia — Alex-
ander. Goldfarb has
publicized his father's
link with Nicholas Daniloff,
an American journalist de-
tained in the Soviet Union, to
aid both his father, whom he
believes to be "in a very
dangerous situation," and
Daniloff.
Goldfarb said that the cir-
cumstances surrounding last
Saturday's arrest of Daniloff,
52, Moscow reporter for U.S.
News & World Report, were
similar to a KGB plan pro-
posed to his father David two
years ago.
Soviet KGB agents ar-
rested the journalist im-
mediately after he accepted a
package from a Soviet ac-
quaintance, charging him
with "engaging in an act of
espionage!'
The Soviets said they in-
tend to try Daniloff after they
complete an investigation.
Goldfarb reported that in
April, 1984 the KGB tried to
persuade his father to hand
his friend Daniloff incriminat-
ing documents and to sug-
gest that the American jour-
nalist smuggle them out of
the Soviet Union.
In a telephone interview
from his New York home, the
younger Goldfarb said his
father, a refusenik for four
years, rejected the KGB plan,
even though he knew he was
risking his chances for
emigration.
Soviet authorities, who had
promised to grant David
Goldfarb and his family visas
to emigrate to Israel if he
cooperated in the reported
frame-up, rescinded the emi-

p

gration plan and accused the
older Goldfarb of trying to
smuggle national security
material.
The accusation was
dropped last year but the
68-year old Goldfarb, who is
described by his son as
critically ill, has still not been
permitted to leave.

Alexander Goldfarb ob-
tained his emigration visa 11
years ago, leaving behind his
father, his mother, his sister
and her family. After living
five years in Israel and one
year in Western Europe,
Goldfarb came to the United--
States, where he is an assis-
tant professor of microbic-
logy at Columbia University.
The younger Goldfarb, who
spoke to Daniloff's wife Ruth
by telephone after her hus-
band's arrest and informed
her he planned to tell his
story, called the spy charges
against Daniloff "an outrage." 1
Daniloff reportedly told his
wife that his Soviet friend
had handed him a package,
saying it contained news-
paper clippings. Daniloff in -\
turn had presented his Soviet ,
friend with two books by
novelist Stephen King.
When the KGB agent
opened the package in Dani-
loff's possession, they found
two maps marked "to i__\
secret."
Goldfarb's talk with Daril_ \ /
loff's wife was brief, he said,
because he believed his call to/
Moscow was being monitored )
by Soviet authorities.
Goldfarb said he hoped,
that the disclosure of hfs
father's story would help,
secure Daniloff's immediatd`
release.
"Nick is a friend," he said:\
noting that Daniloff and
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