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August 17, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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24 Friday, August 17, 1984

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Milwaukee (JTA) — The
Milwaukee Symphony Or-
chestra's third annual
American Composer's Fes-
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American Sacred Music,"
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Bonn (JTA) — Several
organizations of victims of
the Nazi regime, as well as a
number of newspapers pro-
tested against the failure of
police to intervene against
an unlawful demonstration
of a neo-Nazi group in Han-
nover last weekend. During
the demonstration, some
200 right-wing extremists
carried banners calling for
the expulsion of Jews and
foreigners, and displayed
Nazi symbols, which are
banned in this country.
A spokesman for the
Interior Ministry of Lower
Saxony, Gerhard
Roemheld, said in a press
conference in Hannover
that police were ordred not
to move in "in order not to
give the neo-Nazis the
pleasure of being given yet
more political weight."
He admitted that the
demonstration definitely
involved several offenses,
such as carrying unlawful
signs and calling for racial
discrimination. But
Roemheld added that the
authorities took into con-
sideration the motives of
the extremists, which were
to provoke both the police
and the public.
In a related development,
urgent and repeated appe-
als to the Canadian
president of the World
Slovak Congress to con-
demn the pro-Nazi puppet
regime in Slovakia which
was headed by Josef Tiso
during World War II, for its
collaboration in the murder
of 57,000 Slovak Jews, have
failed to produce any re-
sults, according to officials
of the National Holocaust
Survivors Association and
its Slovak Survivors
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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
alleged head of the Jewish
underground, Menrichem
Livni, had a few pleasant
hours outside of jail re-
cently.
He was allowed to attend
the circumcision of of his
sixth son, Roy, at the Tomb
of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
The ceremony turned into
a quiet pthering of solidar-
ity with the Jewish under-
ground.



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