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October 01, 1993 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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R-Va., said he was "deeply
touched by your continuing
and everlasting reverence
for a father who allegedly
made a mistake, but the son
still stands by with affection
for his father."
The Wiesenthal Center
researched the elder
Shalikashvili's past in re-
sponse to a request from the
publication Defense Daily,
which first reported the rev-
elations in August, after Mr.
Clinton armounced the nom-
ination.
Once the revelations
broke, some in the Jewish
community expressed con-
cern that Mr. Clinton had
romanticized the
Shalikashvili family's past
when he announced the
nomination Aug. 11.
At the time, the president
spoke of how, at the age of
16, Gen. Shalikashvili mov-
ed to the United States with
his family and subsequently
climbed his way to the top of
the American military hier-
archy.
He also recounted how,
when the general was 8
years old, his family had "fl-
ed in a cattle car westward
to Germany in front of the
advance."
But Jewish officials noted
that only victims of Nazism,
not those tied to the Nazis,
fled in cattle cars.
Some officials also raised
questions about how the
Shalikashvili family entered
the United States in 1952,
considering the father's
military history.

Canada Pays
Legal Costs

Toronto (JTA) — Canada's
Supreme Court has ordered
the government to pay
thousands of dollars in legal
costs to a man it prosecuted
for Nazi war crimes before
dropping the case against
him.
The Sept. 23 ruling upheld
a March 1992 decision by a
lower court ordering the
government to pay $151,000
(Canadian) in legal costs in-
curred by Michael
Pawlowski.
Mr. Pawlowski, 75, a
retired carpenter from Ren-
frew, Ontario, was charged
Dec. 15, 1989, with eight
counts of war crimes and
crimes against humanity in
connection with the 1942
deaths of 410 Jews and 80
Poles in the Minsk region of
Nazi-occupied White Russia
(today Belarus), where he
allegedly served as a local
policeman.



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