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May 28, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Justice Ministry may
ask the courts to decide
whether Israel should com-
ply with an American re-
quest for the extradition of

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23-year-old Tuvya Schwartz
to stand trial for a crime he
allegedly committed two
years ago. Schwartz, now a
soldier in the Isareli army
and a resident of Beersheba,
immigrated to Israel from
Los Angeles.
He and a friend, David
Whitlaw, were charged with
fire-bombing a car belong-
ing to John Artukovic, a San
Francisco contractor who is
the brother of Andrea Artu-
kovic, said to have service as
interior minister of the Nazi
puppet government of Croa-
tia during Worlld War II.
The latter is held respon-
sible for the deaths of large

numbers of Jews, Croatians
and Gypsies during the Nazi
occupation. His brother al-
legedly gave him refuge in
the U.S. which provoked the
fire-bombing of his car.
Whitlaw stood trial and
was imprisoned. Schwartz
fled to Israel where he
married and joined the
army.
Six Knesset members
have submitted an urgent
agenda motion against ex-
tradition and the issue is ex-
pected to be debated in the
Knesset shortly. If the
courts rule that Schwartz
could be extradited, the Jus-
tice Minister can neverthe-

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less decide otherwise. The
affair, however, has created
a conflict between Israel's
Law of Return and its ex-
tradition agreements with
other nations.

LARRY FREEDMAN

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May 28, 1976 39

Courts May Decide If Israel Should Extradite American

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Theodore M. Curtis, left, received the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America's Solomon Schechter
Medal "for more than 25 years of service to Conservative
Judaism and the Detroit community" at a brunch re-
cently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Gordon.
Shown with Curtis are the Gordons. The seminary has
campuses in New York, Los Angeles and Jerusalem.

F.- Singles Hents

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES will meet 8 p.m.
June 6 in the senior adult
lounge of the new Jewish
Community Center. Attor-
ney Henry S. Gornbein will
discuss "New Laws and Pre-
marital Agreements Are
Popular in Second Mar-
riages." Refreshments will
be served. There is a nom-
inal charge.
*• * *
DETROIT SOCIAL-
ITES will install Rose
Sherer as president at its
20th installation dinner-
dance June 6 at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Officers to
be installed include David
Glicklin and Augusta Wein-
berg, vice presidents; Bertha
Feinberg, Myna Stein and
Dolly Zloto, secretaries;
Mollie Stern, treasurer; and
board members, Kay Cen-
ser, Bill Goldstein, Shirley
Kaner, Celia Leiderman,
Leon Peiss, Theda Rock-
man, Belle Sorokin, Peter
Steffin, Ruth Waxer and
Ida Zabel. A complete
kosher dinner will be served,
and Eric Rosenow and his
Continentals will provide
music for dancing. The pub-
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invited at a nominal fee,
beginning at 9 p.m.
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WSU HILLEL elected
Marla Magy president for
1976-1977. Other officers
are Maureen Landau, vice
president; Michelle Gold-
man, secretary; and Tony
Gelbart, Leah Stollman and
Steve Kideckel, members-
at-large. They will be in-
stalled 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Hillel lounge. For infor-
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