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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-10

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10 .Friday, June 10, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH , NEWS

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Outlook Positive for El Al

NEW YORK (JTA) — El
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TORONTO (JTA) —
Mayor Hazel McCallion of
Mississauga, a suburb of
Toronto, believes the Pales-
tinian cause is misrep-
resented by the Canadian
media because of pressures
"from the powers and the
money." She offered to
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scribe "the real Palestinian
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McCallion attacked the
media in a speech to the an-
nual convention of the
Canadian Arab Federation.

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Speaking at a press con-
ference at El Al's office
here, Schneider said that El
Al is expecting at least an
average of 80 percent occu-
pied seats in the company's
flights during the months of
May, June and July. He
pointed out that in April the
company operated on an
unprecedented 92 percent of
capacity.
Schneider said that El
will be carrying to Israel
this summer about 60,000
American passengers. He
predicted that if the current
situation continues "El Al
will be breaking even in
about 18 months."
Noting that El Al,
which resumed its full
schedule of flights March
6, is "strictly a Sabbath
observer now,"
Schneider said that this
poses a tremendous
"economic challenge" for
the company.
But he said that El Al's
high load factor makes up
"for the financial problems
resulting from not flying on
the Sabbath." He noted that
the ban of Sabbath flights
increased considerably the
number of Orthodox Jews
who fly with El Al.

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Venue Tiff Cancels Discussion
of Nazi Deportations to Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department said
Tuesday that there would
be "a new phrase" in talks
between the U.S. and Israel
on the possibility of deport-
ing suspected war criminals
stripped of their American
citizenship to stand trial in
Israel. But no date was gi-
ven.
Discussions were to have
begun in Israel last week
between Mark Richards,
deputy assistant to U.S. At-
torney General William
French Smith and Israel's
Attorney General Yitzhak
Shamir. The talks did not
materialize however be-
cause of a dispute over
venue.
The Israelis insisted that
Richards came to Zamir's
office in East Jerusalem.

The American official re-
fused on grounds that the
U.S. does not recognize Is-
rael's sovereignty in East
Jerusalem which was an-
nexed after the 1967 Six-
Day Wa'r. Richards re-
turned to Washington Sun-
day.
Richards went to Israel
specifically to discuss the
case of Valerian Trifa, Ar-
chbishop of the Romanian
Orthodox Church in the
U.S. who was stripped of
citizenship and ordered de-
ported after he was charged
with lying about his Nazi
past to obtain entry into the
U.S. and subsequently,
naturalization.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The 16th anniversary of the
Six-Day War found the
West Bank relatively quiet
Sunday. The scattered inci-
dents which occurred were
minor compared to out-
breaks on the same occasion
in previous years.

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Germans Ban
Critical Film

Michigan Socialites of
Broward will meet 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Broward
Federal Bank, 6736 N. Uni-
versity Dr., Tamarac, Fla.
There will be entertain-
ment and refreshments.
Former Michigan residents
in Florida are invited.
For information, call in
Florida, Rose Fox, 722-
3215; or Rose Abrams,
721-9214.

EDUCATIONAL
THERAPY

The

The most serious disor-
ders were in Nablus, where
Najah University was shut
down following a violent
demonstration in which five
security men were slightly
injured. It will remain
closed until the end of the
school year.
Seven students were in-
jured in a clash at Bir Zeit
University near Ramallah
between pro and anti-Yasir
Arafat groups. Arafat,
meanwhile, is facing a
major mutiny within PLO
ranks.

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Israel indicated it would
consider trying Trifa and
other alleged war criminals
facing deportation if there
was sufficient evidence to
obtain a conviction. Under a
law adopted in 1950, Israel

Six-Day War
Is Recalled

BONN — A film critical
of the Bonn government for
not fully removing the ver-
dicts of the notorious
Peoples Courts of the Nazi
era from official records has
been banned from distribu-
tion by the West German
Foreign Ministry, the
Frankfurter Rundschau re-
ported.
The film, "Die Weiese
Rose" (The White Rose)
which tells the story of a
wartime anti-Nazi group,
was to be distributed
worldwide by the Goethe
Institutes'which are largely
supported by government
funds.

arrogated to itself the right
to try persons accused of
crimes against Jews any-
where in the world before
the Israeli state was
founded in 1948.
Yitzhak Feinberg, a
spokesman for the Justice
-Ministry in Jerusalem said
after Richards' departure
that he hoped the dis-
cussions could be continued
later at a lower level.

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