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October 01, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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Trifa Testimony Postponed

1 THE SUSSEX HOUSE

The deposition which
was to be given by Ar-
chbishop Valerian Trifa
in his immigration case in
Federal District Court in
Detroit has been indefi-
nitely postponed because
Trifa has reportedly suf-
fered a stroke.
Trifa has been charged
by the U.S. Justice De-
partment with hiding his
association with the
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during World War II, and
is alleged to have led a
pogrom in Bucharest in
1941.
The government claims
these facts were hidden
when Trifa applied for
U.S. citizenship.
Michael Gladstone, as-
sistant federal attorney
in charge of the case, said
Trifa's deposition has
been postponed until at
least mid-October. He
was originally scheduled
to give a deposition in
June, and then Sep-
tember.
Meanwhile, the October
issue of Esquire magazine
carried a lengthy story on
the Trifa case, entitled
'The Hunt for an Ameri-
can Nazi." Author Howard
Blum wrote, "There are
other Guardist nests in
South America, with which
.Trifa communicates
through Stelian Stanicel,
once secretary general for
the Bucharest - police de-
partment, convicted in
1941 by the Romanian
government for Guardist
activity.
"Stanicel is now a Un-
ited States citizen, work-
ing in a travel agency and
living in Detroit."

Detroiter Joins
JWB Program

Morton Planick, as-
sociate executive director
of the Jewish 'Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit, is one of the 12
leaders in the Jewish
communal service field
who is participating in
the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board Executive
Development Training
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to prepare professional
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ters.
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growth of the suggestions
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tors that JWB assume the
leadership in the prep-
aration of a new genera-
tion of center executives.
The major thrust of this
program will be to help
the executive trainee de-
velop or enhance an
executive perspective, at-
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