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December 03, 1984 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-03

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Friday, December 7, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Continued from Page 17

he moved to Kibbutz Ma'agan
Michael near Haifa where he re-
mained until 1958 when he
launched his political career.
Hillel succeeds a long line of es-
teemed Knesset Speakers. The
first Speaker, Yosef Sprinzak,
haired the Knesset from its
founding to his death in 1959. His
carefully deliberated decisions
moulded the written rules and
unwritten conventions of today's
Knesset. Kaddish Luz, who was
Speaker from 1959 to 1969, set the
pattern of moderation and impar-
tiality that subsequent Speakers
have adhered to. In recent years
Yitzhak Shamir, Yitzhak Berman
and Menachem Savidor have held
the Speaker's gavel. Hillel is sure
to be modest and unobtrusive in
his role as Speaker, but will cer-
tainly not hesitate to take what-
ever steps are required to defend
democracy in Israel.

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Bonn (JTA) — A former SS offi-
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deaths of at least 15,000 Jews in
the Polish city of Lodz during
World War II may get off with a
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The State Prosecutor in
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ghetto in 1942. According to the
prosecution, Krizons ordered at
least 15,000 Jews deported to the
icuklmhof concentration camp in
full knowledge that they would be
killed in the gas chambers. He
personally selected the victims for
-deportation and organized the
transports, the prosecution said.
A verdict is expected shortly.
But the prosecution was forced
to drop its original charge that
Krizons himself murdered 24
Jews because of conflicting tes-
timony by survivors. During the
"trial, the jury made more than 40
trips to Israel, Poland, Argentina
and Australia to interview wit-
nesses who could not or would not
come to Germany to testify.

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