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April 11, 1975 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEb9S .

16 Friday, April 11, 1975

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soon open special hostels for
young, single immigrants in
order to encourage the im-
migration of people without
families. According to the
agency's immigration and
absorption departnient,
housing for singles is still
one of the major problems
facing newcomers.
The new hostels will per-
mit single immigrants full
resident privileges for up to
five years during which pe-
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Amnesty Group Lists POW Abuses Against Israel, Syria

LONDON (JTA) — Both obtained. But the commis- allegations of torture made
Israel and Syria are accused sion said they found reason- by former Syrian POWs in
of violating the Geneva con- able ground to reach certain Israel.
The report said the three
vention on the treatment of conclusions.
"At least some of the for- Syrian civilians made seri-
prisoners.of war in a report
by Amnesty International mer prisoners of war from ous allegations, and one
both sides were subjected to complaint of burning with
released Thursday.
A special three-man in- brutality in the form of cigarettes appears to be cor-
vestigating commission that beating, kicking and roborated by the findings of
visited the two countries - threats, especially during the medical examination.
The commission found
and interviewed former transportation," the report
prisoners of the Yom Kip- said. "Most of the former Is- that the complaints made
pur War, state in their re- raeli POWs in Syria stated by former Israeli POWs in
port that they found corro- that they had suffered sys- Syria of lack of food, water,
borative evidence that "both tematic torture during in- and hygenic facilities, and
countries were guilty of cer- terrogation, especially in complaints made by former
tain abuses" but had not the form of Fallaka beat- Syrian POWs in Israel
been able to obtain "ab- ing on the soles of the feet about overcrowding and
solute proof" because of the — or electric shocks.
otherwise "unsatisfactory
In some cases, the find- conditions of detention" ap-
scarcity of medical docu-
ings of the medical exami- pear to be mostly corrobor-
ments.
The report cited the Syr- nation appear to corrobor- ated.
Martin Ennals, secretary
ian authorities refusal for ate complaints by Israeli
nearly five months to allow POWs of certain kinds of general of Amnesty Inter-
national, stated in letters to
the international committee beatings."
The commission noted the Premier Yitzhak Rabin of
of the Red Cross to visit cap-
tured Israeli POWs as a ma-
jor breach of an interna- Israel Army, Defense Officials
tional safeguard that would
have lessened the opportu- Are Charged With Corruption
nity for torture and poor de-
tention conditions.
TEL AVIV (JTA) — from New York allegedly fa-
The report said both Three senior Defense Minis- vored certain suppliers by
countries failed to observe try. officials have been sus- setting up their own supply
fully the safeguards con- pended from their jobs and firm which tendered bids to
tained in the third Geneva are under investigation for the supply mission where
convention on the treat- allegedly accepting bribes. they were employed.
ment of POWs. "These Officers of one Army corps
The revelations sent shock
violations . . are ex- are also under investigation
tremely serious in that and two Defense Ministry waves through Israel, corn-
they created circumst- officials attached to the ing on the heels of the mul-
ances under which ill- Ministry's purchasing mis- tiple indictments handed
treatment and torture sion in New York have been down Tuesday against Mi-
chael Tzur.
could more easily occur," recalled for questioning.
the report said.
The three suspended offi-
Meanwhile,
police
The investigating com- cials are alleged to have Wednesday notified the
mission visited Israel and worked in collusion with the State List, a Likud faction,
Syria during a two week director of Hamegader, a that its executive secretary,
period last October and in- metal works that supplies Mrs. Bath-Sheva Tuvia, is
terviewed 25 former Israeli the Defense ' Ministry with suspected of embezzling
and 21 former Syrian POWs
barbed wire. ACceding to $40,000. of the faction's
as well as three Syrian civil- the allegations, the plant funds.
ians who claimed they were supplied wire of a lighter
• kidnapped by-Israeli forces. gauge than specified with
According to a bill of par-
The report noted that the the knowledge of at least ticulars given the Attorney
length of time between the one of the officials under General and the State Con-
occurance of the alleged investigatiort
troller Mrs. Tuvia, who was
abuses and the examination
The managing director of suspended, has returned
of the former POWs, and Hamegader was also de- part of the money and is
because of the scarcity of tained for questioning.
Seeking ways to return the
medical documents "ab-
The two officials recalled rest.
solute proof" could not be



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TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
18-count indictment includ-
ing charges of bribery, em-
bezzlement, fraud and theft
of $18 million, including
personal bribery of $2 mil-
lion, was presented Tuesday
in Tel Aviv District Court
against Michael Tzur, a
leading industrialist.
Tzur has been general di;
rector of the Israel Corp.,
chairman of the board of the!
Zim Shipping Co. and chair-.
man of the board of thet
Haifa Refineries.
The charges, covering the

Jewish Programs
Win Ohio Award

NEW YORK (JTA) —
One of the Ohio State
awards for excellence in
educational, informational
and public affairs broad-
'casts has been won by "The
Jewish World," a series of
13 radio programs on the
Jewish communities of the
major cities of the world,
produced for the United
Jewish Appeal and Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthro-
pies Joint Campaign.

period of 1970 to 1974, are
listed as theft by a public
servant, receiving bribes,
violating confidence and
embezzlement, receiving
money under false preten-
ses and violating foreign
currency regulations.
The defendant, once a
favorite of the late Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol and
of Pinhas Sapir, and con-
sidered an economic pro-
digy, faces a possible
10-year sentence. No date
was set for the trial, which
will be held before a panel.
of three district judges.
Tzur is accused of accept-
ing a $1.5 million bribe in
one case and $1.4 million
from an investor group that
invested in the Israel Corp.,
allegedly to get inexpensive
financing from Tzur.
Tzur was charged with in-
vesting the bribe funds in
the Israel Corp. he headed.
Among other charges,
Tzur was also accused of
receiving a bribe of $15,000
from Tibor Rosenbaum of
Switzerland allegedly to
persuade a foreign firm to
invest $6 million in one of
Rosenbaum's corporations.

Israel and President Hafez
Assad of Syria, that "the
purpose of this report is not
to condemn and seek retri-
bution for what happened in
the past, but to create
awareness of the need to
prevent similar abuses from
occurring in the future."

AJCommittee Sets
May Conference

NEW YORK — The com-
plexities of the Middle East
conflict, along with its im-
pact on American Jews, will
comprise a major part of the
agenda for the 69th annual
meeting of the,American
Jewish Committee, to be
_held May 1-4 at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria Hotel here.

Among the speakers are
Sirnha Dinitz, Israel Am-
bassador to the U.S.; Joseph
Sisco, U.S. Undersecretary
of State for Political Af-
fairs; Daniel P. Moynihan,
former U.S. Ambassador to
India and former presiden-
tial assistant for urban af-
fairs; Norman Podhoretz,
editor of Commentary Mag-
azine; Rita Hauser, former
U.S. Representative to the
UN Commission on Human
Rights; and Jerome Shes-
tack, chairman of the Inter-
national League for the
Rights of Man.

Other major speakers will
include Morris B. Abram,
chairman of the Moreland
Commission; Vernon E. Jor-
dan, Jr., executive director
of the National Urban
League; Elmer L. Winter,
AJCommittee national pres-
ident; and Bertram H.
Gold, the organization's ex-
ecutive vice president.
Abram will receive AJCom-•
mittee's American Liberties
Medallion. Barbara Wal-
ters, co-hostess of NBC's
"Today" show, will receive
the Institute of Human Re-
lations' Mass Media Award.
Miles Jaffe, Detroit attor-
ney, and an adjunct profes-
sor at Wayne State Univer-
sity Law School, chaired the
meeting's planning commit-.
tee.

Ontario Rejects
Nursing Home Fee
for Kosher Meals

TORONTO (JTA) — The
Ontario Health Ministry
has denied a request by a
Toronto nursing home for
permission to raise its fees
to offset rising costs of
kosher food service. Health
Ministry officials told the
Lincoln Place Nursing
Home it could not add an ex-
tra daily charge against the
home's Jewish residents.

Management of the
260-bed private nursing
home declared it might have
to discontinue kosher meal
service without the increase.
However, Allan Grossman,
a Jewish Cabinet minister,
who intervened on behalf of
the. Jewish community, said
it was agreed that the Jew-
ish community should un-
dertake responsibility for
the problem.

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