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August 04, 1978 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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Friday, Mist 4, 1918 15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

the JDL's counsel, Sam ration camp survivor, will
Polur, a New York attorney serve the task force as full
residing in Miami Beach time consultant.
and a member of the United
In Washington, Rep.
States Fifth Circuit Court of Joshua Eilberg (D-Pa.),
Appeals, denounced the chairman of the House
verdict as a "travesty of subcommittee on immig-
truth, ofjustice, of decency." ration, said his panel will
Block and Polur said that
"probe deeper into the
"the heart of the ruling is post-World War II ties be-
the announced statement tween alleged war crimi-
that Feodor Fedorenko 'was nals and U.S. intelligence
a victim of Nazi aggres- agencies" and "monitor
sion.' "
the government's current
Roettger ruled that investigations and court
"YOU'RE
there was insufficient actions against alleged
NUMBER ONE
evidence to warrant the
former Nazis living in this
revocation of citizenship
WITH ME!
country."
and deportation of
In Amsterdam, three
Fedorenko, 71, a former
Dutch war criminals, sen-
guard at the Treblinka
tenced to death in absentia
death camp accused of
for their activities during
the torture and murder of
the Nazi occupation of Hol-
Jewish inmates.
land, have been discovered
The government sought
living in West Germany.
to deport Fedorenko, a na-
One of them, Wilhelm
tive of the Ukraine, on
grounds that he had lied Bos, 74, has been drawing a
Dutch
old-age pension since
about his birthplace and his
wartime activities when he the age of 65. During World
entered the U.S. and War II the Nazis appointed
applied for citizenship in him head of the labor con-
1949. He denied commiting trol service in the province
of Drenthe, where, accord-
atrocities at Treblinka.
Meanwhile, the ADL an- ing to the evidence against
nounced the formation of a him, he exercised a rule of
special task force to concen- terror.
trate upon the investigation
Tripartite Allows
and counteraction of Nazi
war criminals and their ac- Israeli Moslems
tivities in the United to Make (I-lacif
6160 CASS AVE.
States.
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Elliot Welles, a concent-
TR 5-0300
Israel, Saudi Arabia and
Jordan are partners in a
move to enable large num-
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arrangement and where it
was consummated are
among factors not yet being
publicly revealed.
befall
390 E. Maple
The arrangements have
(Bet. Woodward a Hunter)
"the blessing of the United
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States," according to a State
Department source, but he
"can't say whether the U.S.
was an intermediary." He
made it clear, however, that
representatives of the three
t
countries never met about
the matter. Discussion took
place in a roundabout way.
State Department and
Capitol Hill sources give
much credit to Sen.
Richard Stone (D-Fla.),
chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Sub-
YES—to the Jewish National Fund
committee on the Middle
East for forwarding the
JNF land supports the whole Israel
arrangement. While in
economy — it grain food — on it stands
the Middle East on offi-
Israel's religious, educational and welfare
cial business in June
institutions. A bequest to the NJF is a
1977, Stone was told in
bequest to the entire Jewish people, ink-
Amman by Jordanian of-
ing the name of the Testator with Israel in
ficials about the situation
perpetuity.
relating to the Hadj and
they suggested he help
them. Stone brought up
For infornialinn
the matter with Saudi
Arabia's King Khalid and
in 'Inn rind- Ohm., ;wt. III
later with the Israelis.
Arrangements to solve
FOUNDATION FOR
problems were put in mo-
tion.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Last week in a letter
dated July 20, the State De-
27308 Southfield
partment reported to Stone
557-6644
that "progress" has been
made. The letter was signed
Southfield, Mi. 48076
by William Crawford, act-
ing assistant secretary of
state for the Middle East.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith has
urged the Justice Depart-
ment to appeal the ruling of
July 26 by Federal District
Judge Norman C. Roettger
in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,
permitting a former Nazi to
keep his U.S. citizenship.
At the same time, Jewish
Defense League board
member Irwin Block, and

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Several weeks earlier,
another wanted war crimi-
nal, Siert Bruins, was found
to be living in West Ger-
many.
The third man is Jan
Hajo Klim, 68. He was
sentenced to death in ab-
sentia in 1948 and ar-
rested in West Germany
the next year and extra-
dited to Holland where,
after a new trial, he was
sentenced to 11 years im -
prisonment. After serv-
ing four years of this sen-
tence he managed to es-
cape across the West
German border.
In a related development,
Nazi-hunters Serge and
Beate Klarsfeld said at a
press conference that they
would start a campaign in
West Germany to awaken
public awareness of Nazi
crimes committed in France
during World War II.

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