e must Planned
Pardon of 3 Nang From Dutch Jails
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THE, DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Watchers 'ere ,ctionsor4 A42.radlliirch_3i 1972
March of Dimes Fund Raising lec-
ture, 1,1. a_re,.yiednesday, at the
Fisher' Theater. Main speaker will
be JOHN ROBERT POWERS,
JR., who will give some of the
"secrets" which have made the
Power's Girl the epitome of the
wholesome, natural, American fe-
AMSTERDAM (JTA) Approxi- have refused entry to Mrs. Beate
Mrs. Klarsfeld is carrying
mately 40,000 people demonstrated Klarsfeld and a Jewish.eye-witness copies of documents which
•-here last'Friday night against the to Barbie's crimes who planned French military judges obtained
plans of Queen Juliana to pardon to confront the ex-Gestapo chief of
from the West German attorney
the last three Nazis still in Dutch Lyons in La Paz.
Two prominent Bolivian lawyers general -in Munich last week
The occasion for the protest
which reportedly make positive
against the pardons Was the an- meanwhile issued a joint statement identification of Altmann as the
nual commemoration of the "Feb-
"butcher of Lyons."
ruary Action" of the Nazis 31 years Barbie to France where, he is
Mrs. Halaunbrenner says that on
ago, when the first deportation of wanted on war crimes charges.
Oct. 24, 1943, she begged Barbie
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Jews from Holland took place.
Mrs. Klarsfeld, a German anti- on her knees not to deport her
Meanwhile, it was learned that Nazi, and Mrs. Ita Halaunbrenner, husband and received a blow on
for their past patronage and
the three ex-Nazis—Franz Fischer, a French Jew, who says she would the head with a rifle butt. Later,
70, Joseph Kotaella, 65, and Fer- recognize Barbie on sight, left Paris she says, Barbie "liquidated" a
invites you to visit him at
dinand Aus Den Fuenten, 73—had Sunday for Lima with the inten- Jewish children's colony where she
sent a joint letter from jail expres- tion of going to 'La Paz. But they had
sing regret for their crimes and were prevented -from boarding a safety and deported them all to
asking for clemency.
plane for La Paz here on the death camps- in Eastern Europe.
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During their trials in 1948 and grounds that they had no visas,
Although evidence that Altmann
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1949, the three war criminals had although French touristsnormally is Barbie seems overwhelming,
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denied their guilt, and apparently do not require a visa to-enter Bo- Bolivian authorities have taken the
their recent self-critical letter al- livia. The local Bolivian consulate view that since the German busi-
Between Evergreen and Labs.,
tered the Dutch government's at- refused to grant them visas and nessman is a citizen of Bolivia he
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titute toward pardoning them.
the Bolivian authorities alerted the cannot be extradited, even if he
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Premier Barend Biensheuvel airline to bar them from the La obtained his citizenship falsely un-
iaid on Friday that a parliamen- Paz flight. -
der an alias.
tary rejection of' the govern-
ment's decision to pardon the
:n return. Lots of swe'l rattles and
We can :nf
three would not be considered by
booties and bonnets. And, soon, a
20 people or 25u people. For a
the cabinet as a vote of "no
nice baby to go with them
son. Pregnancy is not a reqL,
confidence" and would not result
in the resignation of either the
government as a body or of
Justice Minister Andries Van Agt.
If the parliament rejects a col-
lective pardon, the government will
free them one by one at short in-
According to official sources in
Amsterdam, that would corres-
pond to the stand of the "main
representatives of Dutch Jewry"
which objected to a collective par-
don but did not oppose freeing ,
aging prisoners on humanitarian
IF GINGER HAD KNOWN THE BABY SHOWER WOULD BE ;id
On Feb. 24, 41 organizations tes-
ST. REGIS, SHED HAVE GO iiEN PREGNANT -. 3 YEARS ACC:.
tified before a committee for juri-
dical affairs which began hearings
dealing with the planned pardon.
Thirty-five organizational iepre-
sentatives opposed the release of
the Nazis and six favored it, but
political circles here pointed out
that many of the organizations
expressing their views on the mat-
ter lack- influence or importance.
One of those who opposes keep-
ing the three Nazis in prison is the
veteran Zionist leader, authbr and
lawyer. Abel Herzberg, who spent
15 months in Bergen-Belsen. He
said the best thing for all con-
cerned would be To free the three
and expel - thein from the Nether.
In Jerusalem, Foreign Minister
Abba Eban Informed the Knesset
that the Israeli ambassador in the.
Hague has been instructed to
convey to the Netherland's gov-
ernment the concern of the Jew-
ish people over its decision to
free the three former Nazi war
Eban said, "In such a case the
rule of non-intervention in the in-
ternal matters of another Country
must be set aside."
He spoke in reply to agenda mo-
tions submitted by Gideon Haus-
ner, an MK who was attorney
general of Israel during the Eich-
mann trial, and Zalman Shuval,
of the State List.
Bolivia Refuses Entry
to Mrs. Klarsfeld, Jewish
Eye-Witness to Barbie Crimes
LIMA (JTA)— While not deny-
ing that Klaus Altmann is indeed
the wanted Nazi war criminal
Klaus Barbie, Bolivian- authorities
LARRY M. STERN
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