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January 30, 1987 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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Austrian President Kurt Wal-
dheim.
"We now know that 40 years
ago an investigation into Wal-
dheim's Nazi record was
launched and then suddenly
terminated under the most
suspicious circumstances,"
said WJC Vice President Kal-
man Sultanik. "The world is
owed an explanation."
WJC reported Jan. 23 that it
has obtained Vienna Superior
Court documents that show
Austria's De-Nazification
Commission never completed a
review of Waldheim's case in
1946, shortly after he began
his law career.
The de-Nazification proce-
dure was required by Allied oc-
cupation authorities for indi-
viduals with suspected Nazi
backgrounds seeking positions
within the judiciary. Wal-
dheim had signed a personnel
statement in late 1945 that
indicated he had been a
member of the pre-war Nazi
Cavalry Corps, WJC reported.
On April 1, 1946, his case came
before the commission, which
filed an application for a find-
ing that no charges existed
against him.
But no finding was made, ac-
cording to records cited by
WJC, because the application
was "withdrawn" on June 29,
1946 "in view of (Waldheim's)
acceptance by the foreign serv-
ice" as personal secretary to
the foreign minister.

Flexible Election
Dates Supported

New York (JTA) — The Los
Angeles City Council has
taken the first step in making
the dates of municipal elec-
tions more flexible, in large
part to accommodate tens of -
thousands of local Jews.
Led by Agudath Israel of
America, at least a half dozen
Jews reportedly had com-
plained in recent weeks that
their religious beliefs pre-
cluded them from voting in the
upcoming April 14 primary
election, which coincides with
the first day of Passover.
Jewish community leaders es-
timated that 75,000 Jewish
voters would be affected.
Jewish defense and commu-
nity relations agencies took no
formal position on the issue,
according to Michael
Hirschfeld of the Community
Relations Council of the
Jewish Community Federa-
tion of Greater Los Angeles.
\.= Nevertheless, the city coun-
cil voted 12-0 in favor of city
council charter and elections
committee Chairman Hal
Bernson's resolution to amend
the city charter to allow the
council to move municipal
elections either a week forward
or back if the original election
dates are "in conflict with a
legal or religious holiday or
other significant special events
Such as Easter vacation."

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