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October 08, 1976 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-08

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16 Friday, October 8, 1976

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342-7800
399-8333

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

to Remove Citizenship, Deport
7 Accused of Nazi War Crimes

U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA)
— The US Immigration
and Naturalization Ser-

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Friends of Labor Israel

invite you to hear

Dr. Ezra Spicehandler

Dean, Hebrew Union. College in Jerusalem.
Member, Secretariat, World Labor Zionist
Movement
and noted Hebrew Scholar

ISRAEL AFTER ENTEBBE

at Temple Emanu-El
14450 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan

Sunday Evening, October 10
at 8:00 p.m.

DOUG-
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vice has announced it will
institute proceedings to
deport three aliens living
in the United States and
strip four US naturalized
citizens of their citizen-
ship as a result of investi-
gations of alleged murder
and atrocities, primarily
against Jews in Eastern
Europe, before and dur-
ing World War II:
• Althdugh the INS re-
fused to identify the se-
ven, six of them have
been named by other
sources as:
• Andrija Artukovic,
76, of Surfside, Calif.,
former Minister of Jus-
tice and Internal Affairs
in the Nazi puppet regime
of Ante Pavelic in
Croatia, who was charged
by the postwar Yugoslav
government with the
murder of thousands of
Jews, Serbs and Gypsies,
• Boleslaus
of
72,
IVIaikovSkis,
Mineola N.Y., who was.
sentenced to death in ab-
sentia by a Riga court on
murder charges,
• Karl Kinnas, 57, of
Greenlawn, N.Y. who was
dentenced to death in ab-
sentia in the Soviet Union
for murders committed
while he was adminis-
trator of the Nazi con-
centration Camp at Iartu,
Estonia,
• Edgars Laipenieks,
63, of San Diego, Calif.,
who is accused of killings
in the central prison of

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Riga in 1941,
• Edmunds Gustav
Macs (Match, Macz), 72, of
Seattle, Wash., who has
been - charged with com-
plicity in wartime mur-
ders in Lumbazu, Latvia
and
Kovalchuk
• Sergi
(Kowalczuk) 50, of
Philadelphia, Pa., ac-
cused of complicity in the
killing of Jews in
Lubomil, Ukraine.

Jews Urged to Aid
UNICEF at Sukkot

NEW YORK — Partici-
pation in activities for
UNICEF during Sukkot
"can further the signifi-
cance of the American
Jewish community's trad-
itional hospitality and
concern for all children,"
according to a brochure
currently being . circu-
lated by a number of
major Jewish organiza-
tions.
The publication was
prepared by the U.S.
Committee for UNICEF
with the special collab-
oration of Norma Levitt,
chairman of the Confer-
ence of 'National Jewish
Women's Organizations
and a member of the
board of directors of the
UNICEF Committee.
The National Federa-
tion of Temple Sister-
hoods,- Bnai Brith Wo-
men, the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis
and the Women's League
for Conservative Judaism
are among the organiza-
tions distributing the
brochure.

Argentine Minister
Reassures Jews

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Interior Minister Gen.
Albano E. Harguindeguy
has assured the Jewish
community that "adverse
opinions" regal ding its
solidarity and devotion to
Israel are not shared-by
the Argentine govern-
ment and people.
Harguindeguy- 's com-
ments were published in
the Jewish weekly,
Mundo Israelita, in the
form of responses to writ-
ten questions submitted
to the Minister by the
editors.
The interview was
clearly intended to elicit
the government's at-
titudes toward the Jewish
community which has be-
come increasingly con-
cerned over the upstirge
of anti-Semitic prop-
aganda and vandalism by
right-wing groups and
charges of dual loyalty
levelled against Argen-
tine Jews who support Is-
rael.

Israeli Officials to Take Tests
to Find Source of News Leaks

JERUSALEM (JTA) — and possibly offering
The cabinet decided that them certain oil drilling
senior officials of the rights in the Israel-
prime minister's office, controlled waters of the
the defense ministry and Gulf in return for a politi-
the foreign ministry must cal _quid pro quo.
take lie detector tests to Peres' dispute with
help trace the source of a Rabin and Allon led some
leak to the press of a "top circles to assume that the
secret" document relat- leak emanated from pro-
ing to the current U.S.- Peres sources and was in-
Israeli dispute over oil tended to bolster the de-
drilling in the eastern fense ministe'r's argu-
sector of the Gulf of Suez. ments. Peres' aides have
The polygraph test was firmly denied any prior
proposed by Justice knowledge of the
Minister Haim Zadok and Rosenne report.
accepted by the cabinet
which is deeply concerned Possible Dinitz
over the "plague of Successor Debated
leaks." _
(ZINS)
The classified docu- — JERUSALEM
The names most fre-
ment, published in quently mentioned as the
Ha'aretz, was a report by next Israeli Ambassaddr
Dr. Meir Rosenne, legal in - Washington are:
adviser to the foreign Chaim Herzog, presently
ministry, which said that Israel's Ambassador to
the company prospecting the
UN; Prof. Shlomo Av-
for oil in the Gulf was all ineri, secretary general of
Egyptian subsidiary of
Foreign Ministry;
the American Amoco Oil the
and Gen. Mordecai Gur,
Co. and not an Ameri- presently
chief of staff of
can-registered firm.
the Israeli Arniy.
This disclosure could
The incumbent Ambas-
have legal complications sador, Simcha Dinitz, is
with respect to Israel's expected to leave his post
negotiations with the U.S. soon after the U.S. Presi-
over the oil drilling as well dential elections in
as important domestic November.
political ramifications.
Defense Minister Shi-
mon Peres has sharply
criticized Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin and Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon for
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