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November 10, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-10

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I PURELY COMMENTARY

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Redstone

Continued from Page 2

There is continuing acclaim
for The Shawl by Cynthia
Ozik, published by Knopf.
There is much to be said
about a novel by Franz
Werfel, published by Henry
Holt for the first time in an
English translation. It will be
the topic for a subsequent
column.
A Season for Healing,
Reflections on the Holocaust
by Anne Riophe is a new
Summit paperback.
The Holocaust library is in-
creasing. Will there be suffi-
cient readership for the
available books? That's the
current hope — "Lest We
Forget?'



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I NEWS I

Unpaid Leave
Given Officer

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Israel Defense Force has
furloughed an officer accus-
ed of ordering his men to
break the bones of Arab
villagers in the West Bank.
Col. Yehuda Meir was sent
on unpaid leave Nov. 1,
while the High Court of
Justice considers appeals for
his trial by a military court.
According to the state
prosecutor, Meir ordered
soldiers under his command
to break the arms and legs of
20 Arab residents of Beita
and Huwara villages, in the
Samaria district, shortly
after the beginning of the in-
tifada nearly two years ago.
An affidavit submitted
Nov. 3 to the court by the
prosecutor showed that a
decision was made six mon-
ths ago to try Meir, though
the chief of staff took steps
not to publicize it.

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architectural scores of widely
acclaimed construction works
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achievements.
His splendidly annotated
work marks an uninterrupted
devotion to Zionism and to
Israel, to state building,
marked by travel and ex-
planatory lectures, profes-
sionally, and to Zionists
causes.
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leadership, his presidency of
the Michigan chapter of lbch-
nion and other roles.
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the anti-Semitism that drove
the distinguished Detroiter,
in his youth, to find haven in
the Land of Israel.
' Then came the American
trek, the commitment to a
new citizenship, the resort to
learning and to a profes-
sionalism that gives him
status on a national scale as
an architect with many roles
in leading spheres of
creativity.
Autobiographical literature
and an accounting of it at the
Jewish Book Fair will add
another personality sketch to
the community's notables.

Amsterdam (JTA) — The
West German government
has presented its highest
civilian award for a for-
eigner to Miep Gies, the
Dutch woman who hid the
family of Anne Frank from
the Nazis during World War
II.
Gies received the Order of
Merit First Class from the
West German ambassador,
Otto von der Gabelentz, at
the Federal Republic's em-
bassy in the Hague.
She was cited for her help
to the Frank family from
July 1942 to August 1944,
and also for her lectures to
youth groups and schools in
West Germany in recent
years.
Accepting the award, she
said she shared it with
thousands of others.

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