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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-17

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This Week

Nazi-Era Officer
To Be Deported

Washington/JTA — A former Nazi-
era police officer in Lithuania will be
deported from the United States.
The Board of Immigration Appeals
affirmed an order of deportation this
week against Algimantas Dailide, 82,
of Gulfport, Fla., who took part in
the arrest of Jews attempting to flee
the Vilna Ghetto.
Dailide was a member of the
Lithuanian security police, or
Saugumas, and came to the United
States in 1950. His citizenship was
revoked in 1997.

Jewish Executives'
Salaries Listed

New York/JTA — Executives of
some Jewish philanthropies and
other public organizations earned
between $120,000 and $450,000 in
2002.
The 12th annual salary survey by
the Chronicle of Philanthropy, pub-
lished on Oct. 2, showed that
Stephen Solender, president emeritus
of the United Jewish Communities
federation umbrella, topped the list
of Jewish professionals with an annu-
al salary of $450,417, not including

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benefits.
The highest-paid federation leader
was Robert Aronson, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, who earned
$380,940, plus benefits.
Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean of the
Simon Wiesenthal Center of Los
Angeles, earned $449,836 plus bene-
fits. Abraham Foxman, national
director of the Anti-Defamation
League, earned $357,375, plus bene-
fits.
Leaders of 235 major Jewish and
non-Jewish non-profits participated
in the survey.

Court To Hear
`Under God' Case

Washington/JTA — The U.S.
Supreme Court has agreed to deter-
mine the constitutionality of the
phrase "one nation, under God" in
the Pledge of Allegiance.
The high court announced that it
will hear Elk Grove Unified School
District v. Newdow, in which the
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
ruled last year that the phrase violat-
ed the separation of church and state
and therefore could not be mandated
in public schools. There has been a
hold on that ruling, awaiting a clari-
fication from the high court.

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Wesley Clark:
`Not Rabbi's Son'

Washington/JTA — Presidential can-
didate Gen. Wesley Clark is not
descended from a long line of rabbis,
as he once claimed.
The Democratic candidate said he
had been given bad information
before giving a speech at a New York
yeshivah in 1999. The information
claimed he was the "eldest son of the
eldest son of the eldest son" of a rabbi.
Clark, who repeated the rabbi claim
as recently as January in an interview
with the Forward, says he still is proud
that he is descended from Jews on the
side of his father, a kohen, or member
of the priestly caste.
"I always felt a real kinship to the
courage of European Jews who went
to Israel," Clark told the Associated
Press.

Nobel Winner
Blasts Jews

Sao Paulo/JTA — Nobel laureate Jose
Saramago said the Jewish people no
longer deserves "sympathy for the suf-
fering it went through during the
Holocaust."
Saramago, who won the Nobel Prize
in literature in 1998, said in Brazil

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New Brunswick/JTA — New Jersey's
governor and its two U.S. senators
joined 7,000 Israel backers at a rally at
Rutgers University.
Gov. James McGreevey and Sens.
Frank Lautenberg and Jon Corzine, all
Democrats, urged the crowd Oct. 9 to
support Israel during the Palestinian
intifada (uprising). Some 100 pro-
Palestinian activists on the fringes of the
rally chanted anti-Israel slogans.
Meanwhile, the pro-Palestinian group
NJ Solidarity held a conference over
the weekend at a local hotel, after being
denied permission to meet on campus.
Organizers of a national pro-
Palestinian conference that had been
planned for Rutgers chose to disassoci-
ate themselves from the New Jersey
group, which they consider too radical.

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that "living under the shadows of the
Holocaust and willing to be forgiven
for anything they do on behalf of
what they have suffered seems abusive
to me. They didn't learn anything
from the suffering of their parents and
grandparents."
A regular critic of Israel, the
Portuguese novelist also compared the
West Bank city of Ramallah to the
Nazi Germany death camp Auschwitz.

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