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Pap 2, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, March 7. 1980 Irish Policy Shifts toward PLO; Responds to Calling Arafat by Maudce Samuelson ing an independent Palestin- the first country of the Euro- test DUBLIN (JTA) -- The Irish inn state, and acknowledging penn Economic Community broke Republic has given a con- the PLO's claim to represent (EEC) to offer him hospitality, gave it ciliatory reply to last week's the Palestinian people. London The controversy marks the directb stiff Israeli protest over pro- It also spoke of the need for worst point in Irish-Israeli rein- in PLO statements by the Irish total Israeli withdrawal from tions since diplomatic ties Iomats say Foreign Minister. However, the occupied territories, were set up about five years ensure according to Israeli officials, including Jerusalem. ago. To Israel's disappoint- could also the fact remains that there has ment, Ireland refused to preted as been a significant shift in Irish Israel was especially exchange embassies with her, anger. policy in favor of a Palestinian incensed by Lenihan°s and contacts are maintained state and the role of the PLO. descnption of PLO chief Yasir through non-resident ambas- blot Exchanges between thetwo Arafat as "a most sensible ele- sadors--by Israel's Ambas- ambassad01 countries were sparked off ment." His further remarks sador in Britain and Ireland's when Foreign Minister Brian amounted to a virtual envoy in Switzerland. gesture d Lenihan, on a visit to Bahrein, invitation to Arafat to visit recalling signed a joint statement back- Dublin, which would thus be When it lodged its stiff pro- sultations. RABBI PINCHAS KORNFELD, a member of the Hassidic communt of Gut, is shown at left as he appears on S,..ng thef.r,mmedS,treimei hdarand Germany Sends Peres Opposes Settlements the Nk n o.t haracte,.U of ,as.m. At ,g War Criminals Fears for 'Majority Safety' the rabbi appears--in garb more suitable to his positJ'on as master sergeant in the regular army. Jeem Po,,,o, To Prison JERUSALEM (JTA)-- like Don Moreh. by David Kantor Labor Party leader Shimon Pares also expressed his BONN (JTA)--'A Dutch- Peres repeated today his up- support for the Reform Ete[gs 100th Birhl born war criminal who served position to settlements such movement and its struggle for with the SS and his German as that founded by Gush recognition in Israel. He gave Commemorated with Bust accomplice, were sentenced Emunim in Elon Moreh. particular praise to the move- to prison terms by a district Speaking before the conven- ment's settlement of Yahel--a court in Hagen, West tion of Progressive Judaism kibbutz in the Arava. /v_XICO CITY (JTA) -- President Jose Lopez Portillo Germany last week. Siert here, Peres said the key was to unveiled a bust of Albert Einstein in Gen. San Martin Park Bruins, 5g, drew seven years in protect the Jewish majority of Peres was asked if his party would work toward a recogni- Thursday. The ceremon culminated a series of lectures jail and August Neuhaueser, the State. tion of the Reform movement and symposiums organized by the Central Jewish Com- 68, a German national, was mittee to commemorate the 100th anniversary of sentenced to eight years. He repeated his party's view if it returned to power. "Labor Einstein's birth. Both were found guilty of that it would be a mistake to is traditionally against any sort had alwaYS The unveiling was attended by Cabinet ministers, high complicity in the murders of annex the administered ter- of coercion," Peres replied, relation" ranking military and civilian officials and leaders of the Dutch Jews dunng World War dtories and bring in morethan "religious or anti-religious• We movement, Jewish community. II. Neuhaueser's sentence was one million Palestinians are for recognizing all streams party i reduced by four years in con- against their will. This, he said, of Jewish life." Referring to hope we : sideration of time already was the danger of settlements Labor's failure to do so in the progress. House to Vote on Medal Bruins, who was sentenced Honoring Nazi Hunter toinabsentiain Holland in lg481ife imprisonment for mur- Manhattan to Get New by JewNhArchive f Film, WASHINGTON (JTA) -- contnbution to international Hagen court of murdering two S O America's honor to Simon justice through the docu- " Dutch Jewish brothers, Lazar Wiesanthal, the noted Nazi- mentation and location of war and Meyer Sieuterberg. NEW YORK (JTA) -- The 700 films and television pro- and hunter, has moved a step cnminals." Bruins escaped across the Charles H. Revson Founda- grams identified in the prelim- widest cl0set to reality. The House German border and took up tion and The Jewish Museum, inary search. The television The Banking Committee approved The subcommittee, which residence in a nearby village, which is under the auspices of' programs include dramas, supports striking a gold medal for him conducted headngs on the HewasdetectedtherelastJuly The Jewish Theological Semi- interviews, news and ment in the name of Congress and award, was headed by Rep. by private investigators from nary of America, have jointly documentaries. Archives, sent it to the House floor for a Frank Annunzio (D. ILL), chair- Groningen as a result of infor- announced the creation of the to open by vote. man of the House subcom- mation' provided by Nazi- National Jewish Archives of Agreements in principle The bill, introduced by mittee on consumer affairs, hunter Simon Wiesnthal. He Film and Broadcasting. A have been reached with the Dr. Get Christopher Dodd (D. The Senate had passed, a claimed West German citizen- grant of $550,000 over three three commercial networks-- Chancellor Conn.), said that the President somewhat different bill in ship. years from the Revson ABC, CBSand NBC--andthe Theolo "is authorized to present, on honor of Wiesenthal lastfall. It Meanwhile, a lawyer Foundation will launch the Public Broadcasting Service behalf of Congress," the was introduced by Sen. representing convicted Nazi project as part of the Museum to obtain copies of the we gathel medal "in recognition of his George McOovern (D. S.D.). war criminal Ernst Heinrich- in Manhattan. selected programs, with sohn has lodged an appeal details to be worked out in the onnoloiololouououommoiouoeomoiolllol O with the Supreme Court in The Archives will enable next few months. A core film " Karlsruhe against the con- young people, scholars and collection will be drawn from and T,-tI S(IIIC e Books & Records  viction and sentencing of his individuals of all religious and some 1000 feature films of generationS" ell lslacneli In, points &JUbOliCa Jewelry no client by a Cologne court on cultural backgrounds to look Jewish interest produced in people  Unique Gifts  Feb. l 1. Heinrichsohn, the at and listen to the records of the United States and abroad the State former Mayor of Buergstadt in Jewish experience preserved since the turn of the century, Holocaust lll,iiL. Relisious Articles m Bavaria, was one of three in the modern media, and research is underway to remote identify relevant radio Jewish jlA:Ai Needlecraft  former Gestapo officials found Creation of the Archives programs, them real."  Kosher Candy m guilty of deporting French follows a year-long study by We 9ilt wrop, mail & deliver Imprinted Invitations  Jews and others to Nazi death the Revson Foundation and its According to the Revson While i HOURS- Mon-Sat 10-5-- • camps during thewar. Hewas consultants, who explored the Foundation report, the will Anytime i;y Appointment 305--830-1948 • sentenced to six ears His co • • " • Y • " ndea wlth broadcastm exec- Archives is being established produced i • .... g Authorized representatwe for Encyclo dm Judmca  defendants Herbert Hagen utives media ex rts and edu- "to make surethat this unpara- eventually t • pe , , pe I 132..A Live Oaks Center • Casselberry, F[ 32707 _ and Kurt LJschka, received 12 cators. 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