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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 10, 1981

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Soviet Union and Syria are
holding joint naval maneu-
vers in the Mediterranean.
Israel's Deputy Defense
Minister Mordechai Zipori
said that they are intended
as a reply to the joint U.S.-
Egyptian military exercises
held in Egypt recently or as
a warning to Israel not to
attack Syria's SAM-6 anti-
aircraft missiles in Leba-
non.
Zipori told reporters that
they were probably in-
tended for both purposes.
According to Cabinet
sources the maneuvers were
noted by the ministers but
not discussed.

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Justice Department Moves
to Deport Nazi Collaborator

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Justice Department
said last week that the gov-
ernment will move quickly
to deport alleged Nazi war
criminal Adrija Artukovic,
Minister of Interior and
Justice in the Nazi spon-
sored puppet state of
Croatia during World War
II.
Artukovic, 81, who re-
sides in Surfside, Calif. is
'
accused of responsibility for
some 200,000 deaths, ac-
cording to official U.S. gov-
ernment estimates.
Allen Ryan Jr., director of
the Office of Special Inves-
tigations (OSI) of the Jus-
tice Department said that
the Immigration and

THE HUNGER APPEAL: A noted American Jewish
leader has now been elected president of a joint Catholic-
Protestant-Jewish body which launched a major
humanitarian campaign to help feed many millions of
people — a fourth of the entire population of the world —
who go to bed hungry every night.
The man is Donald M. Robinson. He served as
president of the Joint Distribution Committee from 1976 to
1980 and is now chairman of the JDC Board. He also holds
leading positions with the United Israel Appeal and other
national organizations. The name of the interreligious
body of which he has become the head is "Interfaith Hunger
Appeal."
Most Americans are not really aware of the magnitude
of the hunger problem and its consequences in about 90
Sports Stadium
countries. Ravaged by hunger every day, some 15 million
people are dying of starvation each year. About 500 million
Debate to Begin
are permanently marred by disease, blindness and crippl-
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
ing brain damage due to hunger. A half of the hunger- The Jerusalem City Council
suffering victims are children. Many of whom die before
is due to debate shortly a
they reach the age of five.
proposal to convert the He-
Because of this lack of knowledge and concern, agen-
brew University's athletic
cies of the three major religious faiths in the U.S. — the field into the full size sports
Church World Service, a Protestant organization; the
arena the city fathers have
Catholic Relief Services; and the Joint Distribution Com- long wanted, but which has
mittee — joined forces and proclaimed the Interfaith been vigorously opposed by
Hunger Appeal, independently of their regular fund-
some elements of the popu-
raising drives. The purpose of this appeal is to create lation.
awareness among the American people of the seriousness of
More than five years ago,
the problem and to generate funds through an annual Mayor Teddy Kollek
fund-raising campaign to alleviate hunger on a global
pressed plans to build a
scale.
modern stadium in the
The funds raised will be distributed evenly between
northern outskirts of the
the three agencies, with each agency using its share inde-
city near the suburb of
pendently as it sees fit. Considerable contributions are Ramot. Millions of pounds
anticipated from foundations, corporations and individual
were spent preparing the
donors. In the meantime the JDC has — in the spirit- of site. But fierce protests from
brotherhood and as an act of humanitarianism — contrib-
Orthodox residents who ob-
ute from its own funds for the Vietnam refugees in Cam- jected to football games on
bodia and the victims of the 1980 earthquake in Italy.
the Sabbath illed the plans.
As an alternative, the city
THE JDC "MAIL BOX":One need not think that the
JDC participation in the interfaith Hunger Appeal has any proposed to enlarge the
relation to the JDC funds raised through the United Jewish existing Hapoel football
Appeal for humanitarian needs in Israel and other Jewish field in the Katamon quar-
communities overseas. The two fund-raising efforts are ter from 7,000 to 14,000
seats. But residents of that
different and separate.
Aside from contributing from its own funds — an im- quiet middle class
mediate gesture of solidarity — for the Cambodian victims neighborhood banded to-
of famine and war and the Italians who suffered from last gether to oppose it, mainly
November's earthquake near Naples, the JDC also opened on environmental ground.
a "mail box" for Jewish donors who wish to contribute
Rather than face a prot-
specifically earmarked funds for stricken people. The deci- racted legal battle, the
sion was taken with the heartiest endorsement of the municipality reverted to a
United Jewish Appeal and , the Council of Jewish Federa- long standing proposal to
tions so that JDC could, outside of the funds it receives
upgrade the Hebrew Uni-
through the UJA, have also a fund earmarked for this versity field to accommo-
purpose. The decision has resulted thus far in additional date the fans of Jerusalem's
donations of $350,000 for the Cambodia refugee relief and two football clubs — Hapoel
over $140,000 for the Italian earthquake relief.
and Beta.

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Naturalization Service in a
letter delivered July 1 had
directed Artukovic to report
to its regional office in Los
Angeles by Wednesday to be
handed a deportation order.
He could be legally de-
ported within 72 hours of
his appearance at the
regional office, but he
may file a petition re-
questing a review of his
order by the United
States Court of Appeals
for the ninth Judicial
Circuit which includes
California. Such a peti-
tion would automaticall.,
stay the deportation or-
der.
Artukovic has suc-
cessfully resisted deporta-
tion for 30 years. He was or-
dered deported from the
United States, in August
1951 and concurrently the
Yugoslav government had
been seeking his extradi-
tion. In 1953, a decision by
the Board of Immigration
Appeals, determined that
Artukovic "was a leading
Nazi criminal during the
second World War."
However he obtained a
stay of deportation that has
been effective since May
1959 on the grounds that he
would he subject to "politi-
• cal persecution" if returned
to Yugoslavia.
The order by the Immi-
gration- Board last week
overturned the stay on the
basis of a 1978 law which
says that Nazi war crimi-
nals cannot claim deporta-
tion stays on the grounds
that they would be subject
to persecution.

Rue Copernic
Suspect Jailed
for Jewel Theft

PARIS (JTA) — A
Spanish rightwing activist
linked to the Rue Copernic
synagogue bombing last Oc-
tober 3, ahs been sentenced
to 30 months imprisonment
by a Strasbourg court for re-
ceiving stolen jewelry.
The suspect, German
Sanchis Y Bernat, 41, and
co-defendant Carlos Darder
Garcia, received additional
sentences for illegal posses-
sion of fire arms.
Sanchis was named by
the Paris daily Le Quotidien
last week as the terrorist
who coordinated the Rue
Copernic outrage on "con-
tract" from unknown par-
ties. He has been linked to
neo-fascist groups in Spain.
While French police agreed
there was a "Spanish con-
nection" with the
synagogue bombing, they_
retain the belief that Pal€
tinian or other Arab thr-
rorists were involved.
The Rue Copernic inci-
dent was not brought up
during the Strasbourg trial.
Sanchis and his col-
laborator were charged
with receiving $500,000
worth of jewelry stolen in
Valencia and intended to be
used to purchase arms for a
fascist group in Belgium.

No man was ever so much
deceived by another, as by
himself.

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