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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, August 8, 1980

WWII War Crimes Witnesses Sought

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RICKY REITMAN
Son of
Deanne and Michael Reitman
Temple Israel
June 20, 1980

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The Jewish Community
Council is cooperating in a
search for new witnesses
who have first-hand infor-
mation about war crimes
committed during World
War II.
The U.S. Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special In-
vestigations is particularly
interested in hearing from
anyone from the areas listed
below. Witnesses should
contact the Jewish Corn-
munity Council, 962-1880.

ESTONIA — Jagalla, Reval,
Tallin, Tartu.
HUNGARY — Budapest,
Korom, Transylvania:
LATVIA — Abrene, Aizpute,
Aluksne, Antonopole, Audrini,
Barkava, Berzpils, Berzuani,
Cirava, Driceni, Gulbene, Jel-
gava, Karsava, Kaunata, Kor-
minizi, Libau, Limbazi, Ludza,
Madona, Malka Pasiene, Re-
zekne (Rossiten or Rezhitsa),
Riga (Central Prison), Valmiera,
Varaklani, Vilani.
LITHUANIA — Alytus, Bar-
zadi, Griskabudis, Jurbarkas,
Kaunas, Kedainiai, Kraziai,
Kriukai, Mariampole, Naumies-
kis, Paneriai, Panevezys, Po-
nary, Raiseniai, Sakiai, Siauliai,
Skaudville, Skoliskis, Spudziai,

ERIC SILBERG
Son of
Dr. and Mrs. Joel J. Silberg
Beth Achim
June 21st

SEE OUR LARGE
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JEFFREY BARON
Son of,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Baron
— Birmingham Temple
June 28th

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For This And All
Other Mitzvas

JEFF LAWTON
Son of
Ken and Risa Lawton
Bath Abraham-Hillel Moses
June 21st

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MATTHEW TURNER
Son of
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Western Wall,
Jerusalem, Israel
June 26th

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Neo-Nazis Attack
Disabled Jew

PARIS (JTA) — A 26-
year-old disabled Jew was
seriously wounded by a
group of seven pro-Nazis
who stormed a bar last week
in the Jewish quarter of
Paris.
Andre Zeitoun told the
men to leave. They pounced
on him and he fell to the
floor under a flurry of blows.
The attackers were ar-
rested a few minutes later
by a police patrol and said
they had stormed the bar
because they wanted to "kill
a Jew." The condition of Zei-
toun was described as seri-
ous.
This was the second
such attack by neo-Nazis
against the Jewish quar-
ter in a month and in-
habitants - are now
envisaging setting up de-
fense groups to prevent
new raids.
Lst June, a group of neo-
Nazis raided the quarter
shouting, "Kill the Jews."

Israeli Minister
in Romania

pagoti t4

MICHAEL GURSTELL
Son of
Phyllis and Joel Gurstell
Shaarey Zedek
June 21st

Taurage, Ukmerge, Utenos, Vil-
nius.
POLAND/UKRAINE
/BYELORUSSIA — Aleksan-
drovka, Aleshki, Antoniny
Bakhmach,
Baranoviche
Region, Belaja Oerkov, Be-
loboznitsa, Berezovski, Bob-
ruisk Region, Bolekhov, Bol-
shaya, Bolshaya Pisarevka,
Borki, Borrisow, Cherkusskaya,
Chernigov Region, Cherevki,
Cherny Ostrov, Chornotychi,
Ciezkowice, Cracow Area, Czes-
tochova, Dmitriyevka, Dnep-
ropetrovsk, Drohobycz, Dubno.
Ganzoviche (Hantzewitze)
Region, Geletinsky Woods,
Glybokaje Region, Golovna,
Gomel Region, Gorodishche,
Gorodnja.
Ivano-Frankovsk, Jagodin,
Jaryzow-Nowy, Kazach-ya
Lager, Khotmynivka, Khmel-
nitskiy, Kielce, Korovinsty; Kos-
tagryzova, Kotsury, Kozary,
Krasilov, Krasny Luch, Krat-
noye Railroad Station, Kre-
menets, Korpivniki, Krovolapov,
Kulchiny, Kusnischa, Kuzmin.
Lanowiec, Lawy, Lenindorfsk
Village Soviet, Leninskoye,
Lepel Region, Lisets, Luch, Lida
Region, Lwow, Makoshyno,
Manivetsky, Miensk or Mensk

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BUCHAREST (JTA) —
Israel's Minister of Educa-
tion, Zevulun Hammer, ar-
rived here Sunday for an
11-day visit at the invita-
tion of Chief Rabbi Moses
Rosen.
Hammer will visit the
Jewish communities in
Moldavia and Transylvania
and will confer with Rosen
and other Romanian Jewish
leaders on ways to help the
religious and cultural needs
of the 34,000 Jews in the
country.

(Ukraine), Minsk Region
(Byelorussia), Mogilev Region,
Morchykhyna-buda, Nosavka,
Novogrodek Region, Odessa
Region, Orlintsy, Orscha
Region.
Petropavlovskiy, Petrov, Pid-
liashiki, Pisarevka, Poczajew,
Poda, Polapy, Polozk Region,
Poltava Region, Prybycky,
Rachino, Radom, Radomyshl,
Rawa-Ruska, Rovno, Rudnik,
Rudnyk, Rymatschi.
Sambir,
Saporoche,
Schuparka, Sed'moye, Shatsk,
Sgorany, Shestoye, Shlobin
Region, Shumskoye, Skiby,
Slonim Region, Slutsk Region,
Smolensk Region, Sobibor, Sos-
nitsa, Stanislow, Stanislav
Region, Stalino Region, Stary
Oleksinets, Sumy Region.
Taganrogi, Ternopol Region,
Treblinka, Troitskoe, Trud,
Tsyurupinsk, Turka, Vilitsa, Vil-
lejka (Wilejka) Region, Vis-
hnevets, Vitebsk, Volochinsk,
Vozeliakov, Voznesensk, Vto-
rye, Wejka, Wisniowiec,
Wolhynia, Worms, Wyzerodek,
Yablonovo, Yagodin,
Zaporosche, Zgorani, Zholkiew,
Zitamir, Zolotoye.
ROMANIA — Bucharest,
Sucatard.
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YUGOSLAVIA — Jasenovac
Concentration Camp, Jelgava,
Zagreb.
GERMANY — Flossenberg
Concentration Camp
(Bayreuth).

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Jewish Banker
Cited in Mexico

MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
Elias Sourasky, a promi-
nent Jewish banker and
philanthropist, was hon-
ored here by Dr. Guillermo
Soberon Acevedo, rector of-
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