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July 22, 1988 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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Hearings On
Ex-Nazi Proceed

New York (JTA) — Hearings
are underway in a Buenos
Aires civil court to strip Nazi
war criminal Josef
Schwammberger of his
Argentine citizenship. If suc-
cessful, criminal proceedings
will follow aimed at ex-
traditing Schwammberger to
West Germany for trial,
according to the Simon
Wiesenthal Center, which
was largely responsible for
Schwammberger's arrest by
the Argentine police.
The Center has underwrit-
ten the trips of three
Holocaust survivors from the
United States and Canada to
testify as eye witnesses at the
hearings.
Schwammberger is accused
of the mass murder of Jews in
the Polish towns of Przemysl,
Rozwadow and Stalowa-Wola,
where he served as the com-
mandant in forced labor and
concentration camps during
World War II.
Two Wiesenthal Center's
representatives — Lydia
Triantopoulos, director of in-
formation, and Martin Men-
delsohn, legal counsel — were
briefed on the progress of the
case in Buenos Aires last
week by Argentine officials.
Testifying at the hearings
are Edward Blonder, 67, of
Miami, Fla.; Abraham
Secemski, of Chicago and a
67-year-old person from
Toronto, who has requested
anonymity.
They are among some two-
dozen Holocaust survivors
traced by the Wiesenthal
Center who knew Schwamm-
berger. The Argentine
authorities invited them
specifically to testify, after
studying their background
dossiers made available by
the Center.

European Group
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Brussels (JTA) — Palestine
Liberation Organization
Chairman Yassir Arafat will
visit the Parliament of
Europe in Strasbourg next
September when the 518-
member assembly, the Euro-
pean Community's legislative
body, is in full session. The in-
vitation, the first ever to a
Palestinian leader, was ex-
tended last week by the
Socialist bloc, the largest
single faction in the parlia-
ment.
Arafat will not address the
European Parliament, in-
asmuch as he was invited by
one of its factions, not by the
full body.

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