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Friday, November 30, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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New York — Dr. Charles H.
Kremer, whose pursuit of Nazi
war criminal Valerian Trifa paid
off earlier this year with the de-
portation of the Romanian Or-
thodox archbishop from his Grass
Lake, Mich. home, will be honored
next week by the John Jay Col-
lege of Criminal Justice at the
City University of New York. The
college will accept Dr. Kremer's
archive of Trifa material in cere-
monies Thursday.

Catholics, Jews aim
for better relations

Buenos Aires (JTA) —
Catholics and Jews agreed on the
need for "practical measures aim-
ing at a better mutual under-
standing and esteem" between
the two faiths.
That was the tenor of a joint
statement issued at the close of a
meeting earlier this month be-
tween a high-ranking delegation
of the Latin American Bishops'
Council and the leadership of the
World Jewish Congress' Latin
American branch, held at the
WJC offices. The statement also
expressed "the desire to
strengthen relations in interreli-
gious activities on the continent,"
the WJC reported.
The participants addressed an
agenda which included the prob-
lems of missionary activity and
proselytism, the relations of both
faith communities with youth,
and an analysis of Jewish-
Catholic relations on the conti-
nent from the point of view of doc-
trine and pastoral practices
within .the framework of "the
guidelines. and suggestions" of
Vatican Council II.

Anti-Kahane law
proposed in Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — Attorney
General Yitzhak Zamir warned
last week that the activities and
philosophy of Rabbi Meir Kahane
and his extremist Kach move-
ment pose a danger to social order
in Israel and urged the Knesset to
take a clear stand against it.
Zamir told the Knesset House
Committee that he would wel-
come a resolution that would keep
Kahane, the Knesset member for
Kach, away from Arab population
centers in Israel and from places
where Arabs are employed.
Kahane advocates the expulsion
of all Arabs from Israel and from
the occupied territories.

The Kremer archive, a vol-
uminous collection acquired dur-
ing the past three decades, fully
documents Trifa's crimes in
Romania and the efforts to bring
him to justice in the United
States. The college plans to
catalogue the material and then
make it available to scholars and
those doing research on the Nazi
era.
Trifa was a member of the
Romanian Iron Guard, an offshoot
of the Third Reich, during World
War II and is believed to be re-
sponsible for the deaths of hun-
dreds of Romanian Jews. Dr.
Kremer, a retired dentist, has
been involved in efforts to prose-
cute the archbishop since Trifa
was admitted to the United States
in the early 1950s.

Trifa appeals
Portuguese decision
on his status

Paris (JTA) — Archbishop Val-
erian Trifa has appealed to an
administration court in Lisbon
last week's decision by the Por-
tuguese government not to grant
him resident's status and to have
him expelled. Trifa's attorney
charged that the government's
decision was taken "solely on the
basis of newspaper reports."
Trifa, the 70-year-old former
head of the Rumanian Orthodox
Church in America, went to Por-
tugal on a deportation order from
the United States. That concluded
a nine-year legal effort in the U.S.
to deport Trifa for lying to conceal
his part in the persecution of Jews
and collaboration with the Nazis
during World War II.
The court has 30 days to hand
down its ruling on the appeal.
Should it turn down the prelate's
request, Trifa could still appeal to
the Supreme Court.
As far as can be determined,
should Trifa be forced to leave
Portugal, he has nowhere to go.
His lawyers said no country has
accepted to grant him even a tem-
porary visa.

Hate literature
floods Argentina

Buenos Aires (JTA) — News-
tands and bookstores in the cen-
tral streets here continue to be re-
plete with anti-Semitic literature
— including Nazi publications, an
internal report to the Executive of
the World Jewish Congress (WJC)
states.
The report, prepared by the
secretariat of the WJC Latin
American branch, states that the
government of President Raul Al-
fonsin "is categorical in denounc-
ing these symptoms which it con-
siders part of an effort toward the
destabilization of the democratic
regime . . . Nevertheless, the pub-
lications continue, visible to all."
The Jewish press and the news
bulletins of the DAIA, the central
repesentative body of Argentine
Jewry, have begun the task of
cataloguing anti-Semitic and
Nazi publications. The list is dis-
turbing, the WJC report says.
There are about 10 such publica-
tions and they are very open about
their anti-Semitic views.

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