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August 12, 1983 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

To Our Advertisers ...

Once again, during this holiday season, we have been informed
that some businesses and individuals are being solicited by mail to
place greeting ads in a Canadian newspaper with little or no circu-
lation in the Metropolitan Detroit area.
WE DO NOT solicit by mailing copies of the Yellow Pages, or
any other previously-printed ads.
The only persons authorized to solicit any ads for The Jewish
News are members of our advertising department, recognized ad-
vertising agencies, or by filling out the coupons that occasionally
appear in our own columns.
We can only urge you to use caution and bewake of dubious
claims.

The Jewish News

Anglicans Reject Bias

(Continued from Page 1)
British Columbia.
Holland has repeatedly
asked the Canadian gov-
ernment to extradite him,
but to no avail since he is a
Canadian citizen. The uni-
versity also refuses to dis-
miss him.
Robert Kaplan, Canada's
Solicitor General, in refus-
ing to extradite Luitjens,
said the charges on which
Luitjens was tried and con-
victed were not covered by
the extradition treaty be-
tween Canada and Holland.
In Bonn, Walter Ohlmer,
the archivist of the town of
Moringen on Lower Saxony,
has resigned, following pro-
tests over the publication of
an official book about the
town which contains a clear
anti-Jewish bias.
The book was sharply
condemned by Prime
Minister Ernst Albrecht
of the federal state of
Lower Saxony.
Ohlmer had written a
chronicle called "1,000
Years of Moringen" in
which Kristallnacht (the
night of shattered glass, re-
ferring to the Nazi rampage
during which the windows
of Jewish-owned stores in
Germany were shattered)
was attributed to Jewish
provocations.
Albrecht, in a letter to

there to ban future meet-
Heinz Galinski, chairman
of the Jewish community of ings of former SS members.
Berlin, wrote that the pro-
In a related development,
the city of Frankfurt is
secutor's office is consider-
ing the possibility of open-
standing pat on its decision
ing an investigation against
not to rent public halls to
those who were responsible
the neo-Nazi National
for the chronicle's publica-
Democratic Party (NPD),
tion.
thereby defying two munic-
ipal court orders handed
Meanwhile, the disclo-
sure that the West German
down last month. City offi-
DGB Central Trade
cials intend to take their
Union-owned company case before higher courts.
cooperative is selling the
In New York, the
neo-Nazi weekly, "Deutsche Anti-Defamation League
National Zeitung" in its
of Bnai Brith disclosed
stores sparked angry reac-
that two scholarly asso-
tions within the DGB.
ciations of historians
mistakenly allowed use
Under the headline,
of their entire mailing
"Co-op and Nazis," the
lists to promote the prop-
official trade union
aganda theme that the
newspaper, Welt Der Ar-
Holocaust against Euro-
beit, sharply criticized
pean Jews never oc-
the practice and called on
curred.
the union leadership to
According to Justin
take immediate action to
Finger, director of ADL's
stop it.
Civil Rights Division, the
The cooperative said in a
lists of the American His-
statement that the com-
pany, as a business, is polit- torical Association (AHA)
ically neutral and sells only and Central European His-
written material which has tory, an Emory University
journal, were used by the
not been banned.
Institute for Historical Re-
The DGB has been par-
ticularly active for many view (IHR), an organization
years in combatting any founded by Willis Carto, "a
signs of a resurgence of notorious anti-Semite."
Finger said that the IHR
Nazism in West Germany.
The trade unions initiated acquired the two mailing
mass demonstrations in lists as part of its ongoing
attempt to deceive reputa-
Bad Hersfeld a few months
ago which led authorities ble scholars into supporting
so-called revisionist
Holocaust theories.
He noted that the IHR
will hold a conference in Los
Angeles Sept. 3-5, where it
will be addressed by the
British historian David Irv-
ing whose attempts to ab-
solve Hitler of responsibil-
PRIVATE CLUB RENTAL
ity for "the Final Solution of
the Jewish problem" have
been discredited by respect-
able historians.
INCLUDES...
Irving recently authen-
ticated
the so-called Hit-
• RACQUETBALL and
ler "diaries" before they
• SQUASH COURTS
were proved fraudulent.
According to Finger,
• WHIRLPOOL
Philip Curtin, AHA
• SAUNAS
president, informed ADL
• CARD ROOM
that permission for the use
of its mailing list had been
• DINING
granted as the result of a
clerical error mistaking
IHR for one of his organiza-
SURPRISINGLY AFFORDABLE
tion's affiliates. Had that
not happened, he wrote the
FOR DETAILS CALL 354-8080
ADL, "I can assure you that
we never would have given
such permission, and that
we will certainly not do so
again."
In a similar vein, Douglas
Unfug, editor of Central
European History, told
ADL that: "We, of course, in
EXECUTIVE
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no way associate outselves
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PARTY
HEADQUARTERS

NBC Programs on Jewish
Life Donated to Museum

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Jewish Museum will be
receiving copies of National
Broadcasting Company
programs containing mate-
rial relevant to Jewish Life
under an agreement be-
tween NBC and the Jewish
Theological Seminary,
sponsor of the museum, ac-
cording to Irwin Segelstein,
vice chairman of the board
of NBC.
The first programs in-
clude nine from NBC-TV's
Eternal Light series, broad-
cast from 1962 to 1972.
They are: "The World of
Shalom Aleichem;" "Kas-
rilevka on the Mississippi;"
"David and Jonathan;" "A
Conversation with Yigael
Yadin;" "The Passover of
Rembrandt Van Rijn;" "A
Conversation with Ambas-
sador Yosef Tekoa" and
"The Itinerary of Elie
Wiesel, from Sig het to
Jerusalem."
Programs from the
Southern Baptist Hour are:

Gem Shortage

RAMAT-GAN — A grow-
ing demand during the first
half of 1983 for better
emeralds is being frustrated
by continuing shortages in
supplies of medium-to-large
size fine colored stones, ac-
cording to Isaac Hazan,
chairman of the Israel
Emerald Cutters Associa-
tion.

"The Inheritance;" and "Of
Picks, Shovels and Words."
Also, NBC News specials,
"The Trial of Adolph
Eichmann: Impact;" and
"Holocaust: A Postscript."

Other programs include:
"Zarethan;" "A Return to
Freedom;" and "Does the
Trial of Eichmann by Israel
Serve the Cause of Interna-
tional Justice?"

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