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March 14, 1986 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-14

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16 Friday, March 14, 1986

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LINCOLN CENTER'S

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Family is growing!

—NOW OPEN—*

• Perry ComfortCare

—OPENING SOON-

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Marianne•Plus • IMP Supermarket

THE FINE STORES & SHOPS OF UNCOLN CENTER
INVITE YOU TO CONTINUE TO SHOP WITH OUR
GROWING FAMILY

Perry Drug Store
Uncoln Barber Shop
AT&T Information Systems - •
Radio Shack
Uncoln Kosher Meat & Poultry
- Baskin & Robbins
_ Richards Boys & Girls Wear
- Mcigic-Touch Beauty Salon-
Bread Basket Deli
Sandy Friedman Photography
The Print House
Checker Bar-B-Q
Sy Draft Office Supply
Metro
Optical
of
Oak
Pork
Coots Unlimited
The Book Beat
Modern Bakery
Detroit Edison Customer Office
Winkelman's
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One
Hour
Martinizing
King Urns Gorden
and look for th expansion of Sherman foot Care Center

LINCOLN CENTER

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Greenfield at 10 1/2 Mile
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THE FIRST

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May 31 June 8, 1986

CO-SPONSORED,BY. •
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and
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and
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Tales With A Twist

Continued from preceding page

results of hours of work should be
more than dreams. "There is a
pragmatic, realistic side to me .. .
up to a point I don't mind living in
a dream, but I'd like to die know-
ing someone knew what I did. Not
that 'she wished it to be, but that
it happened.' "
Urist has "very high hopes" for
her career. She is presently work-
ing on a screenplay from a novel
by Dov Beril Edelstein -called
Worlds Torn Asunder, has two
plays in production and another
in the wings.'
People who know her say she is

a "doer," a mover. Jeffrey Sellers
director of Shtetl Tales and an
actor in Blueprints says Urist's
writing "means a lot to her." He
adds that Urist "has a wonderful
sense of Jewish culture, and in
Shtetl Tales she really captures
the humor that pervades shtetl
life in the face of poverty, pogroms
and persecution."

But Urist mostly wants to give
people something to talk about.
"I'd hate for anyone to come if they
think they would miss a mes-
sage," she says. ❑

WJC Charges Waldhelin
Blocked Access To Files

New York (JTA) — The World terms as UN Secretary General
Jewish Congress charged last (1972-1981) and. is now a can-
week that Kurt Waldheim, when didate for the Presidency of
he was Secretary General of the Austria, was accused by the
United NatiOns in 1980, block- WJC of having been of on the
ed access to UN documents and staff of a Werhmacht general
files on Nazi war criminals by an who participated in the mass
agency of the U.S. Justice deportation of Greek Jews from
Department investigating Nazi Salonika to death camps in
Poland n 1943.
war criminals.
Israel Singer, secretary gen-
The WJC also cited docu-
eral of the WJC, told a press ments from the Austrian war ar-
conference that the UN has an chives showing that Waldheim
archive of some 42,000 Nazi war joined the National Socialist
criminals and that access to Student Organization and the
those files requires special per- Nazi SA (Storm Troopers) in
mission from the Secretary 1938, shortly after the
General. According to Singer, Anschluss.
Waldheim prevented the release
Waldheim has denied member-
of the document to represen- ship in either organization.
tatives of the Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special In-
Meanwhile, in another devel-
vestigations (OSI) after the chief opment in Athens, Joseph Low-
of the UN archives section had inger, head of Greece's Jewish
agreed, at a meeting with two community, expressed surprise
OSI officials, to release them.
and disbelief over the allega-
Singer provided a copy of a tions regarding Waldheim's role
letter dated April 28, 1980 from as an officer in the Wehrmacht.
the U.S. Attorney General, Ben- Lowinger,.president of the Cen-
jamin Civiletti to Waldheim, tral Jewish Council, the repre-
thanking him for permission sentative body of Greek Jews,
granted by Al Erlandsson, chief was referring to media report in
of the UN Archives section, and the United States Tuesday that
John Scott, of the UN Secretar- Waldheim was in Salonika
iate to two OSI representatives, where most of Greece's 70,000
George Garand, chief historian Jews lived during World War II,
deportations were be-
of the OSI and Arthur .Sinai, while
deputy director of the OSI, to ing carried
examine UN documents relating
is the first time that I
to Nazi war criminals.
have
heard
that Dr. Waldheim
But in actuality, Singer charg- was in Thessaloniki
(Salonika)
ed at the press conference, the and that he committed such
examination did not take place crimes," Lowinger said, adding
and was prevented, in effect, by that Waldheim's name never
Waldheim. Singer said he spoke
up among the Nazis in-
with Neil Sher, current head of , came
volved in the deportations.
the OSI, who said the OSI was
not given access tothe UN files.
Waldhefin has denied reports
Civiletti's letter to Waldheim that his unit was involved in the
stressed that the UN records on persecution of Jews and parti-
the subject of Nazi war crim- s sans in the Balkans during
finals "may prove to be of signifi- World War II. Waldheim's de-
cant assistance to the Depart- Ilia! was supported by Simon
ment of Justice" which 'was in- Wiesenthal, who heads the
vestigating suspected war crim- Vienna-based !iazi, war crimes
inals living in the U.S. and said
ntation center. He said
he was "therefore pleased to that e had heard rumors of
docle
learn from Allan Ryan Jr., direc- Waldheim's involvement with
for of the office of Special In Nazis before. But neither the
vestigation, that Mr. Waldheintt \ FNblic Prosecutors Offiee in
had agreed to provide access to\,,, Wpst Germany nor Eastern or
this material to representatives , Western intelligence agencies
of the OS!" at their meeting on have ever produced evidence
April 3, 1980.
•Waldheirn , Wiesenthal
Waldheim, who served two ' said.

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