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June 09, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-09

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28 Friday, June 9, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Skokie OKs Protest

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CHICAGO (JTA) — The
neo-Nazi
Skokie Village Council is-
magazines for defense
sued a permit to the Public - funds.
Affairs Committee of the
The discovery was made
Jewish United Fund of by the Anti-Defamation
Chicago, to stage a League of Bnai Brith.
counter-demonstration in Walus said he received $500
Skokie on June 25 to the through the appeals to ap-
proposed march by the Na- proximately 10 magazines.
tional Socialist Party of
At the same time, the
Chicago.
-
American Civil Liberties
The
counter-
Union announced that it
demtnstration will comply
would sue the U.S. Mars-
with all legal requirements
hal's Office in Chicago for
of the village, with em-
banning Orthodox Jews
phasis on holding a peaceful
from Walus' trial because
response a spokesman said.
they were wearing yar-
He said the Jewish com-
mulkes. The defendants al-
munity's response will
lege that they were told
begin with a rally at a cent-
they would have to remove
ral location in Skokie, fol-
the yarmulkes to enter the
lowed by a march planned to
court.
avoid any direct confronta-
tion with the Nazis.
In Miami, Jewish protes-
He said that some 100 tors have been demonstrat-
leaders of the counter-
ing daily outside the court
demonstration will stand house during a trial to re-
across the street from the
move the U.S. citizenship of
Nazis in a silent vigil if the accused Treblinka death
Nazi march is held. camp guard Feodor
Also in Chicago, Frank
Fedorenko. Josef Cerny, a
Walus, who had his U.S.
witness from Israel, tes-
citizenship revoked last
tified that he saw
week for concealing his
Fedorenko and other guards
Nazi past and the killing
beat and shoot survivors of
of Jews during World
the Warsaw Ghetto upris-
War II, acknowledged
ing who rebelled in the
that he had appealed
camp square.

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mother's photograph
among pictures of Jewish
victims of the Holocaust
which were aired during
the NBC-TV Holocaust
special in April, traced
the photograph through
the American Jewish
Committee library in
New York. The women
said it was the first time
that they had actual
proof that their mother
perished in a concentra-
tion camp.
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hunter Simon Wiesenthal
has asked the Dutch gov-
ernment to request the ex-
tradition of Gustav Franz
Wagner, an alleged Nazi
war criminal living in
Brazil.
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Wagner's birth, July 18,
1911 in Vienna and the
Bank
names of his parents were
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identical with those of the
Sobibor deputy commander.
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No other staff member at
Sobibor had the surname
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