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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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Our storewide summer sale
is the same as our winter
sale. only warmer. Same
well designed. functional
furniture built to last. Same
serious discounts off our
regularly fair prices. Biggest
savings are on overstocks.
discontinueds, and barely
bruised. Get them while its
hot. Or you'll have to wait
until it's cold again.

Campaign To Protect

Continued from Page 14

uncontested, I concede that
my U.S. citizenship was il-
legally procured . . .”
The reason the West Ger-
man government did not
bring charges against Ru-
dolph was because they use a
different, more difficult stan-
dard, called "base motive," to
bring charges. The pro-
secutor's task was determin-
ing Rudolph's motive in the
crimes rather than the facts
and proof of his involvement.
It is, of course, more difficult
to prove motive, which U.S.
law fortunately does not re-
quire. The German failure to
establish motive, however,
does not exonerate Rudolph of
his admitted crimes.
Finally, I must deal with
your concerns about war
crimes suspects leaving
jurisdictions. When the OSI
charged Juris Kauls of
Arizona with hidinig his corn-

SALE $49,
and $69, Reg. $55 and $79. Our

beech dining chair and bar-
stool with beige fabric or rush seat.

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SALE $349,

Reg. $475. Our teak or
oak dining table extends
to seat 10. Teak Windsor
chairs $129, Reg. $195.

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plicity in war crimes last year,
Huntwork, a Phoenix at-
torney, told a newspaper,
"The evidence, which normal-
ly consists of documentation
and alleged eyewitnesses, will
be supplied by the Soviets .. .
if stripped of his citizenship,
he will be deported to the
Soviet Union, where he will
be executed without due pro-
cess."
Kauls subsequently fled to
parts unknown, never to be
prosecuted. But the OSI
released the critical evidence
they would have used to pro-
secute Kauls. It was his cur-
riculum vitae, written for the
Germans in 1943, in which he
states that he was "deputy
chief of the Riga Concentra-
tion Camp" from 1941 to
1943.
The document bore Kauls'
signature. No Soviet evidence
was involved.



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16 FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1989

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Some 30
members of the Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism joined the local
"Women of the Wall" group
Sunday in conducting a mor-
ning service at the Western
Wall.
Unlike on several previous
occasions, the women were
not harassed by mobs of ultra-
Orthodox men and women,
who do not believe women
should pray as a group or sing
in public.
Only two ultra-Orthodox
women tried to disturb the
women's prayers, which were
led by Marilyn Worman, a
middle-aged woman who is a
third-year rabbinical student
at the Conservative move-
ment's Jewish Theological
Seminary in New York.
Worman, a kippah perched
on her short hair, said after-
ward that she and the other
women had come to show
their support for a group of
Jerusalem women who have
been trying to conduct prayer
services at the Wall for
several months.
The Women's League na-
tional board adopted a resolu-
tion on women's prayer
groups at the Wall on June
14, which said the group "is
committed to the pursuit of
equality in Jewish life and
has a longstanding history of
support for full religious par-
ticipation of Jewish women in
ritual life."
The Women's League,
which has 200,000 :nembers
in the United States, Canada,

Mexico and Israel, is in Israel
on a two-week study mission
to Conservative Jewish
facilities here.

Chinese Woman
Learns Hebrew

Jerusalem (JTA) — Zhi Qi
Yu, a 22-year-old native of
Shanghai, hopes to be the
first Chinese Hebrew teacher
in her homeland.
Zhi is one of 450 foreign
students participating in the
summer program of the
Rothberg School for Overseas
Students at the Hebrew
University.
They have a wide choice of
subjects, including language,
Middle Eastern and Israeli
studies.
Zhi came here from
Brandeis University in
Waltham, Mass., where she
was enrolled in the Hornstein
Program in Jewish Com-
munal Service.
It is the 24th consecutive
year of the Rothberg summer
program, but the first in
which students can study in-
termediate spoken Arabic, as
well as regular courses in
Hebrew, Arabic and Yiddish.
Most of the courses are
taught in English.
Rothberg officials said this
year's enrollment in the sum-
mer program is up 10 percent
over last year.
In addition to their studies,
the students are offered a
wide range of extracurricular
activities.

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