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January 16, 1987 - Image 40

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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NEWS

Shamir, Reagan
Meeting Set
For February

Monday-Friday
9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Northwestern Hwy.

Between 12 & 13 Mile Roads

Southfield

ELKIN
TRAVEL, INC.

Personal
Service
makes the
Difference

Punishment
Lifted

737-4500

We Sell the world by land .. or by Sea

Specials,
Specialists,

New York (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir is
scheduled to meet President
Reagan February 17 at the
White House, a spokesman
for the Israeli Consulate here
said last Monday.
According to the spokes-
man, Shamir will arrive in
New York February 15 to
begin a 10-day U.S. visit with
meetings and appearances in
New York, Washington, Los
Angeles and Houston. The
spokesman stressed, however,
that the Prime Minister's
itinerary is not complete and
many changes are likely to
take place.
The main topic of discus-
sion between Reagan and
Shamir will be American-
Israeli relations,the spokes-
man said. Shamir's upcoming
state-visit is his first since he
assumed the Prime Minster- N
ship last October, replacing
Shimon Peres, now Israel's
Foreign Minister, under the
terms of the rotation agree-
ment.

Europc',In Footwear
Fcr Men And
Wortien

737-4505

Service

7 .

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A
Jerusalem District court or-
dered the authorities at Ramie
prison Monday to lift the
punishment imposed on Mot.—
dechai Vanunu, the former
technician at the Dimona nu-
clear facility currently on trial
for passing secret information
to a British newspaper.
Judge Zvi Cohen instructed
the authorities to return Van-
unu's Walkman radio and his
books. They were confiscated
after Vanunu managed to flash
a message to reporters alleging
that he had been kidnapped in
Rome by Israeli agents on Sept.
30. The message printed in ink
on the palm of his hand, was
displayed to reporters when he
was driven to court last month
to be remanded in custody for
the duration of his trial.
Judge Cohen, hearing an
appeal by Vanunu's attorney,
ruled that the prison
authorities acted beyond their
responsibilities by confiscating
the radio and books. But he
upheld their decision not to
allow the prisoner newspapers.

for l'etites

737-0022

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40

Friday, January 16, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Germany Eyes
War Criminals

Bonn (JTA) — The federal
prosecutor's office in Ludwig-
shaven reported that proceed-
ings are pending against some
1,200 suspected Nazi war crim-
inals but few if any are ex-
pected to be brought to trial be-
cause of their advanced age
and the reluctance of many c\
witnesses to testify.
The suspects are mainly C
former guards at Nazi concen-
tration camps.

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