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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 4, 1982

SS Officers Sentenced
for World War II Crimes

CHARTER
HOUSE
HAIR
SHOPPE

(Continued from Page 1)
opposed to the Third Reich.
According to Josef
Streit, the Chief Prosecutor
of East Berlin, his country
handed over thousands of
documents to the West
German authorities iden-
tifying former Nazi judges
living in West Germany.
"But the Bonn authorities
erected legal barriers to
keep the former Nazi judges
from being tried, on grounds
that it would not be in line
with the principles of inter-
national law," Streit said in
an interview with the offi-
cial East German news
agency, ADN.
Streit is a member of
the East Berlin Politburo
and as such is active in an
ongoing propaganda
campaign aimed at dis-
crediting the Federal Re-



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editor and publisher of
The Detroit Jewish News
for 35 years. Earlier, he
had worked for the De-
troit News on its copy
desk as a reporter gain-
ing expertise which led
him to editorships with
various papers and
agencies including the
Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
He has won numerous

NEW YORK — Lyndon
H. LaRouche, who con-
cealed his anti-Semitic and
extremist ideology in cam-
paigning for the Democratic
presidential nomination in
1980, continues to master-
mind a "paranoid style
anti-Semitic political cult,"
according to the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
An ADL report titled
"The LaRouche Network: A
Political Cult" claims that
LaRouche, a former Marxist
who turned toward conser-
vatism and ran in 15 Demo-
cratic Party primaries, op-
erates through front groups
that wage seemingly
legitimate campaigns for
such causes as opposition to
drug abuse and support for
the development of nuclear
energy.
LaRouche literature, ac-
cording to ADL, is char-
acterized by extremist
ideology and includes anti-
Semitism, villification of
prominent Jews and Jewish
organizations, attacks on
Zionism and the state of Is-
rael. LaRouchites also deny
the nature and extent of the
Nazi Holocaust and allege a
"hard kernel of truth" in the
notorious anti-Semitic
forgery "The Protocols of
the Elders of Zion."

Kreisky to Seek
Fourth Term

VIENNA — Bruno
Kreisky will seek an un-
precedented fourth term as
chancellor of Austria, ac-
cording to party officials.
The 71-year-old Socialist
leader was first elected in
1970.
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awards and citations from
journalistic societies and
Jewish welfare organiza-
tions. He has held the
presidency of the American
Jewish Press Association,
the Zionist Organization of
Detroit, the American
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Presiding at the meetings •

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Committee will be Alleck A.
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ZOA from 1972 to 1975.

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Bernard S. White is •
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ministrative Board, Paul •
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director of the ZOA, De- • West Bloomfield •
troiter Dr. Sidney Z. Leib is

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trustees of the United Is-
rael Appeal, board of
governors of Tel Aviv
University and other
Jewish organizations.
In his address at 8 p.m.
June 12, Novick is expected
to discuss his recent visit to
Israel with Prime Minister
Begin, as well as share his
views on the current politi-
cal situation.
Commenting on the ZOA
presenting the award to
Slomovitz, Novick said that
like Justice Brandeis,
Slomovitz's inspiration and
militancy on behalf of his
people has made it possible
to mobilize - support for the
Jewish state. He cited
Slomovitz's writings, fea-
tures and editorials which
have received prominence
not only in Michigan and
the United States, but
throughout the world.

Last year, Slomovitz's
book on his 60 years as a
newspaperman appeared
and is entitled "Purely
Commentary," based on his
weekly column.

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public. But his charges
touched on a sensitive
and much discussed
issue in West Germany.
Despite persistent efforts
by anti-Nazi activists, the
Bonn government has
made no serious attempt
to prosecute the dozens
of former Nazi judges es-
timated to be living in the
country.
Gerhard Meyer, when he
was Justice Minister in
West Berlin three years
ago, prepared a list of
former and current judges
who had served in the
Peoples Courts. The list
contained the names of 34
judges who imposed death
sentences on anti-Nazis and
are currently living in West
Germany. The records of
another 34 judges and 117
prosecutors are still under
review.

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