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April 27, 1990 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-27

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Israel's 42nd Anniversary Committee
invites you to participate
in the solemn observance of

Yom Hazikaron

Nazi Suspect's
Extradition Set

New York (JTA) — Accus-
ed Nazi war criminal Jozef
Schwammberger, ordered
extradited from Argentina,
will be handed over to West
German authorities on May
3, according to Manuel
Tenenbaum, director of the
Latin American Branch of
the World Jewish Congress.
Schwammberger, 78, will
be handed over to officials of
the West German state of
Baden-Wurtemberg. He is to
stand trial for war crimes in
Stuttgart, West Germany,
for the killings of at least
5,000 Jews while he was
commandant of the concen-
tration camps at Przemysl
and Mielec in Poland in
1943-44.
The Argentine Supreme
Court decided last month to
uphold West Germany's
extradition order, which was
filed in 1973 by a court in
Stuttgart.
Schwammberger was ar-
rested Nov. 13, 1987, in Cor-
doba province, Argentina,.
where he had been hiding.
"This represents the first
time ever that Argentina
has ever extradited a Nazi
war criminal," said Abra-
ham Cooper, associate dean of
the Simon Wiesenthal
Center, which had publiciz-
ed Schwammberger as its
"most wanted" a month
before his arrest. "It's a
positive indication that
Argentina will look into
other cases."

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Washington (JTA) —
Madeleine Kunin, the first
Jew and first woman to
serve as governor of Ver-
mont, has announced that
she will not run for a fourth
two-year term.
Kunin, a 56-year-old
Democrat, made the an-
nouncement Tuesday in
Montpelier, the state capi-
tal.
She was born in Switzer-
land and came to the United
States in 1940 with her
widowed mother and older
brother. Before entering
politics, she worked as a
reporter for a Burlington
newspaper and in television.
The only other Jew
presently serving as gover-
nor, Neal G-oldschmidt, also
has announced he will not
seek re-election.
He formerly served as
mayor of Portland and as
secretary of transportation
in the Carter administra-
tion.

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