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December 08, 1978 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Nazis Were Known to U.S. Officials, Wiesenthal Says

ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA) — Albany ABC affiliate, Wie-
The names of at least three senthal said that the names
alleged Latvian Nazi war of Vilis Hazners, Karlis De-
your party
criminal 3 now living in the tlays and Edgars
United States were known Laipenieks were on a list of
By
to immigration authorities 50 criminals from the Baltic
before the_men entered this countries that he published
country, Nazi hunter Simon in 1949._
Wiesenthal charged.
"We were searching in
In a taping for "Heritage some displaced persons
Call
and Destiny," a television ' camps in Germany, because
program produced by the these people in 1944 es-
Anti-Defamation League of caped -with the Germans,"
Bnai Brith and the local he said. "I sent this list to an
Jewish federatibn on the American newspaper, and
they sent it to the immigra-
tion authorities."
Hazners, 73, now lives
in the Washington

County town of Dresden,
N.Y., 60 miles northeast
of Albany. He is charged
by the U.S. Immigration
AGENT OF
am' Naturalization Serv-
ice (INS) with having
THE MONTH
entered the country il-
legally in 1956 from
Hamburg, Germany, by
failing to disclose his par-
ticipation as a senior
Att..
military official in Nazi-
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It has been established
that he was employed by the
CIA-funded Radio Free
Europe and Radio Liberty.
Detlays, 67, of Baltimore,
Md., entered the U.S. in
1950 and is also charged
with failure to disclose his
participation in Nazi war
crimes.
He allegedly served as a
guard in Salaspils death
camp, and took part in
shooting and selection of
Jews in Riga. Both Hazners
and Detlays are in the midst
of court procedures, repre-
sented by the same attor-
ney, Ivars Berzins. The
Hazners case has been in-
active since spring.
The INS has not yet
brought formal charges
against Laipenieks, the
third Latvian that Wie-
senthal named. NOw resid-
ing in San Diego, Calif.,
Laipenieks, 65, allegedly
killed Jews in the central
prison in Riga.
According to a journalist
and Nazi war . criminal ex-
pert Charles R. Allen, Jr.,

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Ex-Nazi for the Presidency

PARIS (JTA) — West
Germany's largest political
party, the Christian Demo-
cratic Union (CDU), decided
to back Bundestag
President Carl Carstens for
the office of President of the
Federal Republic, not
withstanding his former
membership in the Nazi
Party and the dreaded SA.
Carstens' election, to re-
place incumbent President
Walter Scheel, is thereby
assured, according to re-
ports from Bonn. The public
revelation earlier this
month of Carstens' past
plunged the country into a
political storm.
The West German
President is elected by a
joint session of the country's
upper and lower parlia-
ments, both of which are
controlled by the CDU.
Cargten5 has also been
promised the support of thG
Christian Socialists, the
largest party in Bavaria.
The West. German
press, meanwhile, 'has
dropped the issue of
Carstens' Nazi past
which it had raised ear-
lier this month, appar-
ently satisfied that he had
played a minor role with

Arafat Repeats
PLO Program

WASHINGTON (JTA)'--
PLO chief Yasir Arafat
reiterated what he de-
s aibcd as a six-year-old
PLO concept that the PLO
would "accept to establish"
its own "InaPpendent state
in any part" of Palet.int
frorri which Israel "with-
draws" or which "we liber-
ate" from Israel.
Appearing on the
CBS-TV "Face the Nation"
program, taped in Beirut,
Arafat rejected the Camp
David framework for "self-
rule" on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip as "new slav-
ery."

the Nazis and was
granted party member-
ship automatically with-
out having applied for it.
Scheel himself told the
daily Die Welt on Nov. 11
that he too had been a
member of the Nazi Party
although he never applied
for membership and had
avoided playing an active
role in party political af-
fairs.
Scheel is highly popular
according to recent public
opinion polls and is consid-
ered by most Germans to
have been "a good.
president." He has appar-
ently helped convince pub-
lic opinion that Carstens'
past should not bar him
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