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August 22, 1986 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-22

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FLORIDA CITIES

PICK YOUR OWN DATES.

FROM $89 " p.p.

(one way, based on
round trip purchase)

presents

MAX SOSIN, Humorist

ERIC ROSENOW (at the piano)
CATERED FULL COURSE DINNER
Sunday, August 24th, 6:00 p.m.

Music by

,

No Minimum - No Maximum

Donation $12.50 per person

Start at your front door
avoid the hassel at the
airport and getting there'
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TO LAS VEGAS

call:

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ON DIAMONDS

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r

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NOV. 10-24, 1986

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NEWS

Poland Blasts
Kohl's Plea For
Hess Release

Warsaw (JTA) — The head
of Poland's Commission for
the Investigation of Nazi
Crimes last week sharply
criticized West German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl for
urging that Rudolf Hess,
Hitler's former deputy, be
pardoned, the World Jewish
Congress reported here.
Kohl last month sent let-
ters to the leaders of the four
wartime allies — United
States, Soviet Union, France
and Great Britain — asking
that they agree that Hess be
pardoned and released from
Spandau Prison where he is
now the only inmate. He had
been sentenced to life im-
prisonment at the Nuremberg
trial 40 years ago and had
been captured in 1941 after
mysteriously parachuting in-
to Scotland.
The director of Poland's In-
stitute of National Remem-
brance, Kazimierz Kakol, said
that "if one accepted the
Chancellor's view that Hess's
release is an "imperative of
humanitarianism" it should
be noticed that it was just in
the name of such
"humanitarianism" that
West Germany did almost
everything possible not to
hunt and not to call to ac-
count perpetrators of
genocide — war criminals—
and to pardon those few who
could not have avoided
sentences."

Deadline Set
For Claims On
Art Objects

New York (JTA) — Dr.
Israel Miller, President of the
Committee for Jewish Claims
on Austria, reminded surviv-
ing owners or their heirs that
the deadline for the filing of
claims for art objects con-
fiscated by the Nazis which
are in Austrian government
custody expires September
30, 1986.
The Committee announced
that claims should be filed
with the Austrian Ministry of
Finance, Postfach 2000
(Mauerbach), A1015 Vienna,
Austria. Miller called upon
former owners or their heirs
to avail themselves of this op-
portunity to recover some of
their valuable possessions
which were looted by the
Nazis.
The Committee for Jewish
Claims on Austria represents
22 major international and
national Jewish organizations
throughout the world. The
Claims Committee which was
founded in 1952 was in-
strumental in the past in
securing limited payments
for Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution from Austria. It
is headquartered at 15 East
26th Street, New York, N.Y.
10010.

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