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July 17, 1987 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-17

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Private Group
To Buy L.A.
'Jewish Journal'

New York (JTA) — A private
group of Los Angeles Jewish
community and business
leaders will replace the Jewish
Federation Council of Greater
Los Angeles as primary lender
to Los Angeles Jewish Publica-
tions Inc., the publisher of The
Jewish Journal, an indepen-
dent Jewish newspaper week-
ly there.
The purchase averts the sale
of the paper, a heavily con-
sidered option due to its finan-
cial difficulties. The investment
deal was announced last week
by Wayne Feinstein, Federa-
tion executive vice president.
According to the agreement,
the Jewish Journal will remain
independent from the Federa-
tion, although the investors are
Federation leaders, including
president Stanley Hirsh, vice
president Herbert Gelfand and
board members Edwin Brenn-
glass, Carl Rheuban and Osias
Goren.
Brennglass will serve as in-
terim publisher until a perma-
nent publisher, a position never
before filled at The Journal, is
hired. Editor Gene Lichtens-
tein was unavailable to com-
ment about his situation.
The investors agreed to pay
the Federation 10 percent of its
$663,000 start-up loan granted
more than one year ago when
the Federation's Los Angeles
Jewish Community Bulletin
was transformed into the

Jewish Journal.

To cover operating costs, the
investors decided to loan the
Journal up to $2 million, with
interest, over two years.

'Disease'
Afflicts Pope

New York (JTA) — A
reputedly highly infectious
disease, most recently afflic-
ting Pope John Paul II, trig-
gered the North American
Jewish Students' Network to
quarantine the Vatican Mis-
sion to the United Nations
June 24.
Initial symptoms of this
contagious malady, known as
"Waldheimer's Disease," in-
clude not recognizing Nazis
and falling into selective
amnesia about Nazi war
crimes.
Protestors noted that Pope
John Paul II's case reached an
advanced stage as he agreed
to meet with Austrian Presi-
dent Kurt Waldheim. "The il-
lness is very dangerous," ex-
plained Alan Orich, executive
director of Network. "Last
year, over 50 percent of
Austria caught it."

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