Newspaper Archive of
The Jewish Transcript
Seattle, Washington
September 30, 1970     The Jewish Transcript
PAGE 7     (7 of 48 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 48 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 30, 1970

Newspaper Archive of The Jewish Transcript produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

SEPTEMBER 30/1970 THE JEWISH;TRANSCRIPT i PAGE17, Lindbergh's Book, Set for Sale Soon, Stirs Wrath of Jewry of- "The War- Journals of Charles A. h" indicated that criticism voiced by Jewish leaders over part contents of the yet unpub- book might serve to stim- Sales. Mrs. Hilda Lindley, of public relations for Brace Jovanovich told that the firm knew that Journals would when it decided them. would not comment on reaction but said that ally in the publishing the more a book is talked the greater the interest is reflected in advance The Lindbergh book will here Sept. 30. Per- quoted from it in the New rimes yesterday aroused critical responses from of such organizations American Jewish Con- s, the B'nai B'rith Anti- League and the Conference of American S. John Slawson, former director of the Ameri- Committee, said "It to me how any be he the greatest of can be responsible for Senseless and preposterous ces and still consider a member of the civi- lily of man." and the other spokesmen referred to Col. Lindbergh's assertion that, in the perspective of the past 30 years, the United States lost World War II and never should have gotten into it. The famed flyer contended, in his Journals, that "Much of our Western cul- ture was destroyed" through the loss in the war of the genet- ic heredity formed "through eons of many million lives." Will Maslow, executive director of the AJ Congress characterized that opinion as "charitable gibberish" that "makes no scientific sense whatsoever." But "it does make clear that Mr. Lindbergh still believes in the Nazi philosophy of racial superiority," Mr. Mas- low said. Seymour Graubard, national chairman of the ADL, said it was "frightening" that after a quarter of a century Lindbergh still "accepts some of the most heinous of Nazi racial theories, else how could he prattle about our having lost our genetic he- redity." Col. Lindbergh, the "Lone Eagle," whose solo flight from New York to Paris in 1927 made him an international hero, was strongly isolationist during the years immediately prior to World War II. After visiting Nazi Germany and. inspecting Goering's Luf- twaffe, he went on public speak- ing tours urging the U.S. to stay aloof from the war at a time when Hitler's forces had over- run France and were threaten- ing to invade Britain. In his Journals, Lindbergh maintained that the Roosevelt Administration, pro-British elements and American Jews forced the U.S. into World War II. In a speech he made in Des Moines, Iowa on Sept. 11, 1941, at an "America First" rally, Lindbergh said, "It is not diffi- cult to understand why Jewish people desire the overthrow of Nazi Germany. The persecution they suffered in Germany would be sufficient to make bitter enemies of any race. No person with a sense of the dignity of mankind can condone the persecution the Jewish race suffered in Germany. But no person of honesty and vision can look on their pro-war policy here today without seeing the dangers involved in such a poli- cy both for us and for them." Dr. Slawson observed in a state- ment issued yesterday that if the U.S. had not entered World War II, the Nazis would' have gotten control of the atomic bomb and "there would have been no Western civilization to worry about." Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn, president of the CCAR, the Re- form rabbinical organization, asserted that American Jews "need not apologize to be among the first to call the world's attention to the inescap- able moral issue which com- pelled our nation to join forces against Hitler." 22 New Jewish Schools Open Doors for Pupils YORK (JTA) -- Twen- new Jewish day schools, nine at the high school functioning in the and Canada, ac- to information provided 1 Telegraphic Agen- Conserva- sponsors of the American Reform will be represented in School movement for time this school year. Rodef Shalom of City is sponsoring the day school with an and first added schools bring to : total of Jewish day in the two countries- schools and 125 The information d by Torah Umeso- Orthodox agen- schools, the educa- of the United of America, the Con- organization, and Uraesorah reported number of 10 Or- day schools high schools had the total of Ortho- eels in 31 states. Dr. Torah said new schools had in Berkeley, l, Del.; North Lowell, and Savannah, He said in Balti- York metro- major day set up areas or high L The United Synagogue Commission reported that Con- servative elementary schools were being opened in Greens- boro, N.C.- a community with a Jewish population of 900- and in Tampa, Fla. The com- mission reported new Conserva- tive day high schools were set up in Yonkers and Flushing, N.Y. Rabbi Bernard Goldenberg, Torah Umesorah school organi- zation director, said the Ortho- dox sponsored day schools now totalled 262 elementary and 116 high schools in the United States and 38 elementary and six high schools in Canada. Dr. Kaminetsky stressed the continued growth of the Ortho- dox day school movement. He estimated that enrollment in such schools nationally for the 1970-71 school year would reach at least 75,000 students. He add- ed that for the first time, the area outside of New York had outstripped the New York area. He said there are now more than 200 Hebrew day schools outside of New York. \\; NEW HIGHER INTEREST ON SMALLER ACCOUNTS, TOO! Here are three ways to earn more on minimum $1,000 balances., i INVESTMENT SAVINGS PASSBOOK 2 to lO-year term; daily compounding ecluals 6.18% annually as earnings accumulate. 51/4% GOLD SAVINGS PASSBOOK 1to 2-year term; daily compounding equals 5.92% annually as earnings accumulate. SILVER SAVINGS PASSBOOK b-too, to 1 yr. term; daily compounding equals 5.39% annually as earnings accumulate. * 90 day penohy on early withdrawals from term o(ounts ALL ACCOUNTS EARN FROM THE 1st WHEN DEPOSITED BY THE 10th. Downtown 4th & Pike Crossroads,/ Bellevue Ballard Crown Hill UNION FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ABBOCIATION il Say hello to the people who make banking just a little easier. NBC Your service charge is... 1 with minimum balance $1 O0-$2OO. Your service charge is... $2 with minimum balance less than $100. Your Free w,th m,n,mum service balance of charge is $200 or over. master checking Ask about master charge reserve fund, Member--Federal Reserve System, F.D.I.C.