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July 19, 1974 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-19

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European Parliament Leader's Ouster I JWB
NEW YORK — The North sonnel of Jewish centers and
Association of Jew- Jewish communal camp pro-
Sought for Hindering Anti-Nazi Pact American
ish Community Centers and
Camps has announced that fessionals gain deeper in-

BRUSSELS (JTA) — Sev-
eral hundred employes of the
European Commission head-
quartered here have demand-
ed •that Ernst Achenbach, a
West 'German Liberal deputy,
be expelled from the Euro-
pean Parliament.
In a petition, the employes
demand Achenbach's expul-
sion on the grounds that his
attempt to block the ratifi-
cation of the Franco-German
treaty providing for the re-
trial in Germany of Nazi war
criminals is contrary to the
fundamental principles of
the European community.
Achenbach presently heads
a subcommission of the Eu-
ropean Parliament.
Achenbach originally had
hoped to become president
of the European Commission
itself, but his bid was block-
ed because of his Nazi past.
In 1970, former resistance
fighters working for the Eu-
ropean Commission cam-
paigned against his candida-
cy because of his responsibil-
ity in the deportation of
French Jews during World
War II.
Nazi hunter Beate Klars-
feld also fought his nomina-
tion as did his fellow country-
man, Willy Haferkampf. At
the time, Haferkampf head-
ed another commission in
the European Parliament and
threatened to resign if Ach-
enbach was nominated.
Achenbach, formerly a
German war-time diplomat
in Paris had close connec-
tions with Gestapo Chief
Kurt Lischka, and has up to
now successfully blocked ra-
tification of the 1971 Franco-
German treaty that could
bring Lischka and many
others to trial in Germany.
Mrs. Klarsfeld is now ap-
pealing a two-month senten-
ce from a Cologne court for

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her attempt to kidnap Lisch-
ka and bring him to trial in
France.
Last week the German
Young Free Democrats de-
manded Achenbach's resigna-
tion as an FDP member of
Parliament.
The Free Democrat execu-
tive board meanwhile has
proposed that Achenbach be
removed from the Bundestag
foreign affairs committee,
where he had been handling
the ratification of the 1971
treaty.
Mrs. Klarsfeld's trial and
the support she has had out-
side Germany has spotlighted
Germany's failure to ratify
the treaty and Achenbach's
central role in blocking rati-
fication.
Achenbach said July 10 in
a radio interview that he was
in favor of an amnesty for
all Nazis who could be pun-
ished under the new treaty.
Thirty years after the war,
he said, no just verdict could
possibly be passed by West
German courts.
Earlier, West German po-
litical parties indicated that
they would approve ratifica-
tion of the 1971 Franco-
German treaty.
Social Democrat Justice
Minister Jochen Vogel is put-
ting strong pressure on his
party, the foreign office,
and the competent Bundes-
tag committee to get the
treaty through as early as
possible after the summer
recess, which ends in mid-
September.
Earlier, Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt promised French
President Valery Giscard
d'Estaing that he "would do
his utmost" to get the treaty
ratified before the end of the
year.
He is apparently concerned
about the effects nonratifi-
cation would have on rela-
tions with France and. Israel.
In Paris, more than 1,000
survivors of Nazi concentra-
tion camps together with
other Nazi victims demon-
strated in front of the West
German Embassy to protest
the prison sentence imposed
on Mrs. Klarsfeld.
Mrs. Klarsfeld herself was
among the demonstrators as

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NEW YORK — Anti-De-
famation League leaders
from 13 states and the Dis-
trict of Columbia were
in Israel to confer with
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin and other officials to
gain first-hand information
on current Israeli concerns.
The ADL's "National Lead-
e r s h i p Conference" was
led by Maxwell E. Green-
berg of Los Angeles, vice
chairman of the agency's na-
tional executive committee,
and Benjamin R. Epstein of
New York, ADL's national
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well as the International Lea-
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Anti Semitism )(LICA), Pres-
ident Jean Pierre-Bloch and
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Mrs. Klarsfeld's two-month
sentence was reduced by 22
days she served in 'pre-trial
detention and the judge has
reportedly intimated that if
she gives assurances of good
behavior the court might
change its mind and suspend
the sentence.
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Klarsfeld and her French
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