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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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I OBITUARIES I

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THE JEWISH NEWS

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DONE SANGRE

Pioneering Journalist
Goldberger Dies At 86

New York (JTA) — Leo
Goldberger, regarded by
many as a pioneer figure in
the field of Jewish journalism
as a founder and editor
emeritus of the Memphis
Hebrew Watchman, died April
28 at the age of 86.
"He's going to be
remembered as an individual
who reflected tremendous in-
tegrity and incredible en-
durance in a very punishing
field," said Bob Cohn, editor
in chief of the St. Louis

Jewish Light.
Goldberger was also one of
the founders of the American
Jewish Press Association,
from which he received two
honors for his dedication to
Jewish journalism.
He also received the Joseph
Polakoff Award for Integrity
in Journalism in 1987.

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Goldberger described him
as a soft-spoken individual
who possessed great depth,
knowledge and devotion to
Judaism and journalistic
excellence.
In addition to his involve-
ment in Jewish journalism,
Goldberger was a supporter of
numerous Jewish causes and
organizations, including the
Jewish National Fund,
United Jewish Appeal, B'nai
B'rith, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and Shaare
Zedek Hospital Center in
Jerusalem.

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Goldberger is survived by
his wife, Reva; his son; two
daughters, Dotty Katz of
Memphis, and Shirley Ro-
berts of Huntsville, Ala.;
eight grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.

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Intifada May Be Spilling
Into Northern Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — A recent
wave of violent incidents in
northern Israel has raised
fears that the Palestinian
uprising in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip may be
spreading to Israel's 700,000
Arab citizens.
An Egged bus was stoned
last Saturday passing
through Nazareth, the largest
Arab city in Israel. Three
passengers were slightly
hurt.
A police van that rushed to
the scene was reportedly
r- pelted with stones and
bottles.
A 14-year-old Jewish boy
from Nahariya, Armand
Swissa, was stabbed in a
brawl between fans of a
Jewish and an Arab soccer
team after a match.
Violence involving soccer
- fans is a common
phenomenon, and this inci-
dentmay or may not have
had political motivations.
But Danny Tabib, the police
commander in the northern
region, said Sunday that the
incidence of attacks on
Jewish targets near Arab
population centers in the
region has increased in the
past few months.
Last week, two firebombs
were reportedly thrown at a
car on the main road to the
Jewish town of Migdal
Ha'emek, not far from
Nazareth.

Israeli Arabs are also
suspected of setting fields and
cars on fire in recent days.
Police said they arrested a
gang of eight from the Arab
village of Jatt, near Hadera,
who confessed to throwing a
gasoline bomb during a
basketball game, stoning cars
and raising the Palestinian
flag.
According to police, they
also admitted to drawing
anti-Israel slogans on walls
and threatening other Arabs
whom they accused of col-
laborating with the Israeli
authorities.
Mayor Shaul Amor of
Migdal Ha'emek, where the
Egged bus was headed, warn-
ed Sunday that if violence
against Jewish vehicles does
not stop, it will be difficult to
prevent a Jewish reaction.
Amor advised the Hadash
Communist party, which
governs Nazareth, to control
its people, "because the pa-
tience of Jewish residents is
running out as the creeping
intifada reaches their homes."
Israel's Arab community,
which enjoys most but not all
of the civil rights conferred by
citizenship, has been general-
ly quiescent since the upris-
ing began in the ad-
ministered territories 17
months ago.
Many Israelis fear this is
changing as the intifada con-
tinues unabated.

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