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November 26, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-26

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14 Friday, November 26, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israelis Uncover Terrorist Cells

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli security forces un-
covered two El Fatah ter-
rorist cells in the Judea
region. One cell was ac-
tive in a village near
Bethlehem and the other
near Hebron.
Thirty-eight suspected
terrorists were detained

Flint Area News

and large quantities of
arms, hand grenades and
explosives were found in
their possession. The cells
are believed responsible
for several acts of sabot-
age, including the launch-
ing of Katyusha rockets
at Kiryat Arba earlier
this year.

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Germans Jailed on Charge
of Complicity to Murder Jews

BONN (JTA) — Five el-
derly Germans who for-
COMMUNITY
merly belonged to the
Gestapo were sentenced
CALENDAR
to various terms of im-
prisonment by a court at
Friday - Sunday — Giessen, for complicity in
BBY0 Weekend.
murders of hundreds
Monday — Temple Beth the
of Poles, including Jews.
El board meeting, 8 p.m.,
The five were involved
temple.
in selection of people for
Tuesday — FJCC "special treatment" at
Executive Committee Gestapo headquarters at
meeting, noon, Council of- Ciechanaow, Poland,
fice; and UJA Solicitor
was annexed by
Training Session, 6 p.m., which
Germany in 1939 and in-
Council office.
corporated into East
Wednesday — Cong. Prussia. According to the
Beth Israel Sisterhood court, the rulers of the
meeting, 12:30 p.m., Third Reich held the
synagogue; FJCC Soviet "chief responsibility" for
Jewry
subcommittee the murders. But the
meeting, 8 p.m., home of court rejected the claim
Bob and Gayle Silver- by the accused that they
man, 6220 Sierra Pass; did not know "special
and Temple Beth El treatment" meant execu-
Adult Education, 7:30 tion.
and 8:30 p.m., temple.
Two accused, Hermann
Thursday — JWVA Schaper (65) and Dr.
meeting, 8 p.m., home of Erich Bartels (68) were
Florence Kivanoski, 2009 each sentenced to six
Seneca; and Cong. Beth years' imprisonment.
Israel board meeting, 8 Both are facing separate
p.m., synagogue.
charges in another case
being heard at Giessen.
Others sentenced were
Flint People
Franz Hartmann, 67 (41/2
years), Hans Doerhage, 70
Make News
and Kurt Baresel, 50 (four
Bernard Abramson was years and three months
elected vice president of each). Another accused,
the Friends of the Inter- Ernst Schardt, 65 was ac-
national Institute, a new, quitted and charges
non-profit organization agains Otto Roehr, 69 were
to provide financial sup- dropped.
port for the institute.
Similar charges were
made against two Lat-
vian immigrants, Boles-
lays Maikovskis, 72, of
Bat Mitzva 1 Mineola, Long Island,

and Karlis Detlays, 65, of
Baltimore when they ap-
peared in INS courts in
New York and Baltimore
last week. Their hearings
were also postponed until
January or February.

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Gail
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Israel.

AIPAC Names
New Leader

WASHINGTON, D.C. —
Lawrence Weinberg, a
Los Angeles business-
man and civic leader,
has been elected presi-
dent of the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC). He
succeeds Edward San-
ders, who resigned in
September to become de-.
puty national campaign
director for the Carter
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Executive Committee.
As director of the
Jewish Federation Coun-
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Community Relations
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Drive for several years.
He is also a member of the
Democratic National
Committee.

Special ORT enrich-
ment programs will be
opened during the 1976/77
school year in 26 disad-
vantaged settlements
and 21 depressed urban
neighborhoods in Israel.

Arab A-Bomb?

NEW YORK — Inter-
national wire services re-
ported that the six na-
tions represented in
Saudi Arabia recently to
discuss the Lebanese
situation also talked of
the possibility of man-
ufacturing an atomic
bomb.

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