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October 27, 1978 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Be sure you have the sup-
port of your equals _before -
you challenge your
A group of U.S. Senators superiors.
sent a similar message to
the President. The signers
Daily—Hospital
included Michigan's Robert
Sympathy
Griffin and Donald Riegle.

Brodhead Scores UN's Special Unit

(Continued from Page 1)
terrorist organization—out
of hundreds in the world —
to be represented in the UN.
It also is the only such body
to have a major part of its
advertising budget paid for
by American taxpayers.
The U.S. share of UN ex-
penses amounts to 25 per-
cent, or $125,000 of the spe-
cial unit's expenses.
"These funds are being
used for pamphlets and
newsletters propagan-
g PLO objectives
for the production of
a film, .'Palestinians Do
Have Rights,' which will
be released later: this
year. This film will pro-
vide a forum fOr PLO
leader Yasir Arafat and
attempt to portray PLO
terrorism as justified and
PLO goals as 'moderate.'
Thus, the auspices of the
United Nations, sup-
posedly dedicated to
peace, will be used to
promote an organization
which condones the
murder of innocent civi-
lians, rejects peace

negotiations and ignores
the rights of UN-member
states and allies of this
country.
"There is clearly a need
for multilateral organiza-
tions where the nations of
the world can meet to solve
world problems. However,
the UN has overstepped its
bounds in this instance. It
has chosen bias over objec-
thiity and is now promoting
the causes of certain fac-
tions instead of reconciling
the differences between
them. I do not believe that
our country should let such
a perversion of UN aims to
continue unchallenged.
"The President recently
signed4iito-airThe Poreign
Relations Authorization'
Act, Public L'aw 95-426,
which denounces the work
of the Special Unit on Pales-
tinian Rights and calls upon
the President to direct our
UN ambassador to use all
means at his disposal to
terminate it. I have written
to the President to urge his
prompt attention to this
matter."

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Wiesenthal Seeks Continuation of
Nazi Prosecution After 1979

.

NEW YORK (JTA)
Nazi-hunter Simon Wie-
senthal warned concentra-
cainp survivors and
t children on Sunday
. that thousands of mass
murderers would "walk
free" if the West German
government allows the sta-
tute of limitations on Nazi
war crimes to take effect on
Dec. 31, 1979, as presently
scheduled.
Wiesenthal, who head's
the Nazi war crimes
• documentation center in
'Vienna, spoke at the Far-
band House. Most . of his
audience of more than 500
were young adults. whose
, parents were concentration
,cainp survivors.IThey com-
prise a group called "Gener-
ation After."

i

Wiesenthal is on a speak-
ing tour of the U.S. and
other countries as part of his
campaign to persuade the
West German parliament to
extend the effective date of
the statute of limitations or
eliminate it altogether.
He said that if West Ger-
many should "cease the
search and prosecution of
Nazi war criminals,
thousands of those mass
murderers of men, women
and children will resurface
and walk free and even
boast of their crimes in pub-
lic, in West Germany and
abroad. It will be an evil
precedent for those and
other mass murderers that
after hiding,successfully for
a time they might eventu-
ally escape justice."

353-3146

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DISPOSAL EVENT

OF OUR INVENTORY
MUST
GO!

Butzel Award for Berman

(Continued from Page 1) years.
president, is considered the
In the slide presentation,
Detroit Jewish commu- Chajes performs at piano,
nity's highest honor.
together with violinist Mis-
"To Life!" a slide pre- cha Rachlevsky and flautist
sentation illustrating the Diana Lieberman.
work of the Federation's
local agencies, will be
shown at the annual
meeting. The 7 p.m.
dinner meeting follows a
6 p.m. reception.
"To Life!" was photo-
graphed and directed by
Richard Vernick, whose
creativity with the lens has
taken him all over the
world. His unique "musical
photo paintings," combin-
ing slides and music, have
been performed at numer
ous- concerts with members.
of the Detroit, Grosse Pointe
and West Bloomfield Sym-
RICHARD VERNICK
phonies. He has had several
one-man shows at the
Also on the program
Scarab Club of Detroit, will be the annual report *
where he is a director and of Federation President
Citrin and elections to the
treasurer, and elsewhere.
The music for "To Life!" board of governors.
was written and directed by
Reservations for the
Julius Chajes, conductor meeting are required. There
and music director of the is a charge. For informa-
Jewish Community Center tion, call the Jewish Wel-
Symphony Orchestra for 38 fare Federation, 965-3939.

Friday, October 27, 1918 5

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patterns and fabrics that you
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and own. We buy and select
personally our clothing and
furnishings from the foremost
makers and designers of the
country. Starting now, it all
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or limit at prices that will truly
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I
WHAT IS A
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These days we often read -
about Sales, Bargains, Values.
Upon reflection we at SHIF-
MAN'S believe a bargain or
exceptional value to be an
•unusual offering caused by' -
!an unusual EVENT or condi-
; lion that actually FORCES a
; reduction in the price of it.
On just such an occasion one
! can buy quantity at a sacrifice
!and still get quality. BecauSe
i we must dispose of our ex-
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days you can be assured that
truly genuine, Money-saving
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long as our stock lasts. Tell
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friends — to make plans now
to be here.

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