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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-08

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354-4433

Lee Wolin

THE TABLE SETTING

Blackmailed,
Reporter Claims

Los Angeles (JTA) —
Yugoslav documents accusing
Austrian President Kurt
Waldheim of war crimes and
allegedly used to blackmail
him while he was Secretary
General of the United Na-
tions were presented here last
week by Chicago-based jour-
nalist Charles Ashman.
Ashman displayed a Yugo-
slav government document,
dated Dec. 26, 1947, written
by Dr. Dusan Nadel Jkovic,
president of a state commis-
sion. In English translation
from Serbo-Croatian, it
"declares and confirms"
Waldheim, then an official of
the Austrian Foreign
Ministry, "as a war criminal."
The document recommends
that the Foreign Office sub-
mit the report to the UN War
Crimes Commission

Unkosher Firm
Pays Penalty

New York (JTA) — The Il-
lionis attorney general's office
recently forwarded $100,000
to the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, the
first installment of a
$236,000 restitution to be
paid by a Chicago poultry pro-
cessor and distributor accus-
ed of falsely labeling products
kosher.
The restitution, along with
a $14,000 civil penalty for
violating Illinois consumer
protection laws, is part of a
judgment by the Cook Coun-
ty Circuit Court against
Shelat Kosher Foods Inc. and
United Poultry Inc.; the com-
panies' president, Sheldon
Terman; and their secretary,
Michael Terman. Both men
were ordered removed from
the businesses.

British Rabbi
Gains Honor

London (JTA) — Sir Im-
manuel Jakobovitz, chief rab-
bi of the British Com-
monealth, will be elevated to
the House of Lords, the first
British chief rabbi to be so
honored.
Jakobovitz, 66, is one of on-
ly three new barons on the
Queen's New Year Honors
List. In the House of Lords, he
will join the archbishops of
Canterbury and York, who sit
there by virtue of the Church
of England's status as the
country's established
religious body, as well as
leaders of the Church of
Scotland, the Methodists and
other free churches.

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