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August 24, 1984 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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12 Friday, August 24;1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Wolin

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B'nai B'rith Couplets

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criticized by a pursuer

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sea, who began a campaign
against Trifa in 1961, also
thanked the Romanian gov-
ernment and the Romanian
Orthodox Church in
Bucharest for constantly
backing the demands from
, Trifa's exposure.
In a related development,
Boleslays Maikovskis has
been ordered deported from
the United States for hav-
ing concealed his past ac-
tivities as a police official in
Nazi-ocCupied Latvia dur-
ing World War II when he
applied for entry into the
U.S in 1951.
The order, issued by the
five-member Board of Im-
migration Appeals, re-
verses a decision in July
1983, by a Federal Immi-
gration Judge in New York
who ruled that the 80-
year-old residen of Mineola,
Long Island, was "not de-
portable," because
Maikovskis' past conduct
did not rise to the "level of
depravity" needed to make
his alleged crimes "contrary
to human decency."
Maikovskis can appeal
the Immigration Board's
decision to the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the,Second Cir-
cuit and finally to the
United States Supreme
Court. It was not known
whether he would make
such an appeal.
Should the final verdict of
the legal process be deporta-
tion, Maikovskis could be
sent back to his country of
origin, Latvia, now under
the rule of the Soviet Union,
which had convicted him in
absentia in 1965 of war
crimes and sentenced him to
death. •
. Maikovskis' home in
Mineola was firebombed by
unidentified assailants in
September 1981. The home
was slightly damaged. In
August 1978, the alleged
war criminal was shot in his
home by unidentified as-
sailants.
The American Jewish
Committee commended the
Board of. Immigration Ap-
peals for ordering the depor-
tation of Maikovskis.

South. African oil supplied
by Arab states, study says

851-4334

Gerald Brolda

New York (JTA) — The
87-year-old dentist, Charles
Kremer, who has been in-
volved in the efforts to have
Archbishop Valerian Trifa
deported from the United
States for his wartime ac-
tivities -as a leader in the
Romanian Iron Guard, said
that he was "deeply shocked
and disappointed" that
Trifa has been allowed to
gain legal entry into Por-
tugal.
Trifa, who is held respon-
sible with the deaths of
thousands of Jews and other
citizens in wartime
Romania, left the U.S. last
week under the escort of
Justice .Depitrtment offi-
cials. He had been stripped
of his U.S. citizenship for
having concealed his part in
these activities when he
entered the U.S. in 1950.
Kremer was born in the
village of Braila, Romania,
in July 1897. He studied
medicine in Romania until
he says an increase in anti-
Semitism caused him to
leave his homeland. He was
a stowaway on board a boat
to Port Said, Egypt, and
eventually made his way to
New York, where he
finished his medical train-
ing and was a dentist in
New York until just re-
cently.
Meanwhile, Portuguese
officials said that they have
not received any request
from any country fpr the ex-
tradition of Trifa.
The officials said "Por-
tugal will apply the law,"
but added that for the time
being there are no legal obs-
tacles for Trifa's stay there.
Portuguese officials said
they were unaware of Tri-
fa's Iron Guard activities
when they agreed to let him
enter, but that they will in-
vestigate his past. Since
entering Portugal, Trifa has
dehied any involvement in
the pogroms.
Romanian Chief Rabbi
Moses Rosen said that
Romanian Jews are "deeply
grateful to the American
government for having at
long last exposed Trifa's
past and expelled him." Ro-

Washington — In a sur- 1982 was traced to Arab
vey conducted by the origins..
American Israel Public Af-
This figure slims a rise
fairs Committee (AIPAC), it from the previous statistic
was revealed last week that of 38 percent between
Saudi Arabia and three January 1979 and March
other Arab countries have 1980, according to the
secretly supplied south Af: study.
rica with most of its oil, de-
AIPAC says that Arab
spite a worldwide embargo countries evading the em-
protesting that country's bargo have increased their
racial policy'. .
share of the South African
According to an Associ- market in two years to an
ated Press report last Fri- "abnormally large" share. It
day, • the AIPAC study is estimated that the Arab
shows that 76'percent of the share of the market has
oil South Africa imported more than: doubled tPree
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