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May 17, 1974 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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18—Friday, May 17, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Anomen•••••••w

Israel Hits UN Unit for Inviting Arab Terrorist Envoys to Parley

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
—The United Nations Eco-
NEW YORK — Forty per gents Scholarship Exam (90 nomic and Social Council
cent of the graduating seniors per cent of the total senior (ECOSOC) agreed to invite
of the New York area yeshi- population), 337 students or representatives of Arab ter-
vot have won regents scholar- 40.2 per cent of the eligible
ships, according to a survey graduates will receive from
conducted by the Board of $250 to $1,000 each per year
if they attend a college ap-
Jewish Education here.
Of the 1,061 students who proved by the New York State
were eligible to take this Board of Regents. An addi-
NEW YORK (JTA)—Metro-
years New York State Re- tion 100 students are scholar- politan area survivors of the
ship alternates, who will re-
ceive grants if winners elect Riga Ghetto held a demon-
to attend out of state colleges. stration Tuesday in Mineola,
On the national scene, 20 N.Y. in front of the home of
yeshiva students were fin- Boleslav Maikowskis who has
alists, 30 were semi-finalists, been identified by the sur-
vivors as a Latvian who col-
and 103 received letters of laborated
with the Nazis in
commendation on the Na- his native country during
tional Merit Scholarship World War II.
Exam, with one student win-
According to one of the
ning the coveted Merit Schol-
participants in the demon-
arship.
stration, Maikowskis was sen-
Phone
Whenever there's a ghost tenced to death in absentia
of a chance, never give up by a Riga court in the mid-
549-7130
until you give up the ghost. 1960s as a "mass murderer."
The informant said Maiko-
wskis was chief of the secur-
ity police in Riga and that
Congratulations To
his name is currently on the
list of the U.S. Immigration
Service as one of the 33 per-
sons suspected or accused of
war crimes now living in this
on your winning a
country.
Last month the U.S. Immi-
scholarship trip to Israel
gration commissioner, Gen.

NY Yeshiva Seniors Win High Honors

rorist organizations to par- sensus a resolution to extend
ticipate in the World Confer- the invitation to terrorist
ence on Population to be held groups that are "recognized
in Bucharest this summer. by the Organization for Afri-
ECOSOC approved by con- can Unity (OAU) and/or the
Arab League."
The United States, Britain,
West Germany, Italy, Bel-
g i u m and Australia ex-
pressed reservations about
the resolution but supported
Leonard Chapman Jr., told it nevertheless. Israel, which
an audience of survivors of is not a member of ECOSOC,
Nazi mass murders that the denounced the resolution.
U.S. Immigration and Na-
Israel Ambassador Jacob
turalization Service was con- Doron who participated in
ducting "full-scale and com- the meeting, May 8, as an
prehensive investigations" on observer, declared that Is-
33 such individuals.
rael's "total opposition" to
The press conference fol- the participation "of the
lowed a charge made earlier Palestine Liberation Organi-
last month by Rep. Eliza- zation or any other such
beth Holtzman (D-N.Y.) that Arab group in the conference
at least 38 Nazi war crimi- in any capacity" is based on
nals are being allowed to
remain in the U.S. because the ruthless disregard of the
the U.S. Immigration Service terrorist organizations toward
has neglected to move human life.
Referring to the recent
against them.
massacre at Kiryat Shemona

Survivors Hold Rally at Alleged
Nazi Collaborator's NY Home

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BB Headquarters
to Get an Addition

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith will construct a $1,200,-
000 wing that will double the
work space of its eight-story
international headquar-
ters building here.
The addition, scheduled for
completion witihin a year,
"reflects the continuing ex-
pansions in Bnai Brith pro-
grams and community activi-
ties," said David M. Blum-
berg, president.
Ground-breaking ceremon-
ies will be held Sunday with
Blumberg, Walter Washing-
ton, mayor of the District
of Columbia, and other dig-
nitaries participating.
In addition to enlarging
the present office space, the
new wing will provide for the
enlargement of the Klutznick
Exhibit Hall and the Four
Freedoms Library, two public
areas that occupy the ground
floor of the existing building.
Other new features will be a
large audio-visual facility, a
conference center and em
ployees's lunchroom.

Torczyner Urges
USSR-Israel Tie

NEW YORK (JTA)—Zion-
ist leader Jacques Torczy-
ner, said that "it is very
important that diplomatic re-
lations be re-established be-
tween the Soviet Union and
Israel" in order to give Is-
rael an opportunity to dis-
cuss Middle East solutions
directly with the second
superpower instead of having
to go through third parties,
namely the United States.

Russ Paper Prints
Returnees' Plaints

PARIS (ZINS)—The Soviet
weekly Aganiak has pub-
lished three attacks on Israel
based on conversations be-
tween one of its correspond-
ents and a number of Soviet
Jews in Vienna who had left
Israel.
The returnees claimed that
every Israeli Jew who sends
a request for a relative to
leave the Soviet Union re-
ceives a bonus from the gov-
ernment of IL 200 for a non-
academic and IL. 300 for an
academician. They said sev-
eral recent arrivals from the
Soviet Union committed sui-
cide in Israel because of
their desperate situation.

Soviets Still Jam
Israel Broadcasts

JERUSALEM (ZINS)—The
Soviets have intensified their
jamming of Israeli radio
broadcasts to the communist
world, it was reported here
by official sources.
Previously the Soviets jam-
med Israel's transmissions in
Yiddish, Georgian and Rus-
sian, but now they are also
jamming transmissions in
H e b r e w, Hungarian and
Romanian. Israel's techni-
cians are seeking ways of
counteracting this interfer-
ence.

and other terrorist outrages,
Ambassador Doron said:
"It is indeed a sad sign of
our times and one of the
worst aspects of the existing
situation in the United Na-
tions, that representatives of
such groups, who have ac-
quired world-wide notoriety
by their actions of indiscrim-
inate terror against civilians,
should be invited to partici-
pate in any international
fathering under the auspices
of the United Nations, and in
a World Population Confer-
ence in particular."

JIM BOLOGNA

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