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June 08, 1990 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-08

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Annual David Feld Memorial Lecture

8 a.m. June 12
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1988 MERCEDES 560 SEC. $51,000

TAUPE/PARCH 29,000

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"Controversial Aspects of Ectopic Pregnancy"
Alan H. DeCherney, M.D.
John Slade Ely Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Director of Reproductive Endocrinology
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of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Sinai Hospital.

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Parliament of Europe has
formally asked the Soviet
Union to permit an interna-
tional investigation into the
fate of Raoul Wallenberg.
The 518-member Parlia-
ment, which is the
legislative body of the Euro-
pean Community, head-
quartered in Strasbourg,
France, petitioned the Soviet
authorities to place all of the
archives related to the
Wallenberg case at the
disposal of an international
commission of historians
and experts.
Wallenberg, a young
Swedish diplomat posted to
Budapest in the final years
of World War II, has been
credited with saving tens of
thousands of Jews from
deportation to Nazi death
camps by extending them
the protection of the Swedish
legation.
He was arrested when
Soviet troops entered
Budapest in January 1945
and has not been heard from
since.
The Soviet authorities
claim he died in a prison
near Moscow in 1947. But
numerous reports over the
years indicate he may still
be alive. Groups have form-
ed in many countries to
press Moscow for answers
about Wallenberg.
The resolution, adopted in
Strasbourg, was introduced
by the Christian Democrat-
ic, Liberal and Socialist fac-
tions at the initiative of
Brussels lawyer Simone
Lucki, president of the
Belgian Wallenberg Com-
mittee.

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With Israel

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Jerusalem (JPFS) —
Yugoslavia will renew dip-
lomatic ties with Israel soon,
Serbian Prime Minister Dr.
Stenko Radmilovic told For-
eign Minister Moshe Arens
last week.
The Foreign Ministry
spokesman said that no
timetable has been set for
the resumption of ties, which
Yugoslavia severed in 1967.
Serbia is the largest republic
in the Yugoslavian federa-
tion.
Unlike most Eastern Eu-
ropean states, which have
renewed ties with Israel dur-
ing the last nine months,
Yugoslavia has been more
reticent.

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