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February 25, 1966 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-25

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150,000 Victims See Compensation Hopes Dashed

For hundreds of thousands of
The sudden deferment of 400,- 000) in payments has come as a
Nazi victims a recent West German 000,000 deutschemarks -($100,000,- tragic blow.
decision to defer certain compensa-
tion payments came as a sad blow.
But for 150,000 of these victims
the German action suddenly
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names as DAYSTROM.
last secure some indemnification
DAYSTROM
42" Round Table
after years of inability even to file
17" Leave-4 Swivel Chairs
their claims. These 150,000 are
Reg. Price, $243.95
East European Jews who, because
OUR $117995
of their residence in Soviet-bloc
PRICE •
countries, were unable to file
claims by October, 1953, deadline
We Re-Upholster Chairs
set by the German government in
$395
its negotiations with the repre-
Please bring 1 chair
for estimate.
and up
sentative Jewish body involved in
- the compensation negotiations, the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany whose
chairman is the World Jewish Con-
13214 FE NK ELL r iciti f eerrs
272-3578
gress president, Dr. Nahum Gold-
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. to 6; Mon., Fri. to 8 p.m.
mann.
The need for rectification of
the Federal Compensation Law
with respect to the post-53 refu-
gees was highlighted in 1956 when
thousands of Hungarian Jews es-
caped to the West and Israel fol-
lowing the anti-Stalinist revolt in
Hungary. A total of 150,000 Jews
from Hungary, Poland and Ro-
mania were affected.
The final compensation law at-
tempted to resolve this problem
by providing for the creation of a
special fund of 1,200,000,000
deutschemarks ($300,000,000) for
the compensation of the post-1953
refugees. Under the new law,
claims can be filed until Jan. 1,
1970. The fund is to be admini-
stered in the form of lump sum
payments for loss of life, damage
to body or health, and deprivation
of restriction of liberty.
While the Jewish negotiators
succeeded in persuading the West
German authorities to set up this
special fund, Germany refused to
eliminate or extend the 1953 cut-
off date for the 150,000 persons
whose physical location had de-
prived them of a chance to file in
time. No compensation is provided
by the special fund for loss of oc-
cupation, education or material be-
longings. No annuities are given.
No indemnification is provided for
victims still residing in Eastern
Europe.
Those East European victims
who have been able to file claims
consist entirely of persons permit-
ted to migrate from the Soviet
bloc.

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RECIPE OF THE WEEK — SAUERBRAUTEN

3 lbs. chuck
1 cup vinegar
1 /2 cup chopped onions
2 bay leaves
1 tbles. paprika
2 cloves
1 /2 teaspoon thyme

Combine vinegar, 1 cup water, 1 /4 cup onion, bay leaves, paprika, cloves
and thyme. Heat but do not boil. Pour over meat. Cover and store in cool
place for several days, turning meat once each day. Remove meat, drain.
Strain and save marinade. Coat meat with 1 /4 cup flour, sear in shortening.
Add carrot, parsnip, celery and remaining 1 /4 cup onion and cook for 5
minutes, stirring constantly. Pour marinade over meat. Cover and simmer
3 hours. Remove meat and keep hot. Mix remaining 1 /4 cup flour and salt
with 1 /2 cup of water. Stir into sauce. Cook until thickened. Strain gravy,
add wine and serve over meat. Serves 6.

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says you
can't have
your cake
and eat
it too?

LOT G — NORTHLAND

Customers of American
Savings sure can. They not
only receive the new, higher
rate of 41/4% per year
(4.32% when earnings are left
to compound quarterly)
they can withdraw
any portion of their savings
anytime (without formal
written notice) with
their accumulated earnings.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 25, 1966-3

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Member Detroit Area Retail Kosher Meat Dealers Ass'n.

Witness Talks of Interest
in Group 'Against Jewism'

WASHINGTON — Former
American Nazi storm trooper Rich-
ard J. Hanna told the House Un-
American Activities Committee
that he had quit the party but was
shopping around for another or-
ganization against "mixing races
and Jewism" when he met the
Ku Klux Klan's Grand Empress
of Ohio.
Hanna testified against Eloise
Witte, a Cincinnati housewife who,
he said, schemed to slay President
Johnson, Vice President Hum-
phrey, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
King,- her own husband and vari-
ous Klan officials.
:Hanna said by so testifying
against the woman. "l'm doing the
Klan and States Rights Party a
favor. If the Klan wants to stay a
clean group, it shouldn't have
people like Mrs. Witte in it."

.V2 cup flour
2 tbles. shortening .
1 /4 cup sliced roasted carrot
1 /4 cup chopped parsnip
1 /4 cup chopped celery
1 /4 cup dry red wine
2 teaspoons salt

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