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March 04, 1994 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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Washington (JTA) — Presi-
dent Clinton this week join-
ed the fight for Hugo Princz,
a Holocaust survivor denied
war reparations by the Ger-
man government because of
his American citizenship.
Mr. Clinton raised the
matter in his private
meeting with German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl Mr.
Princz's attorney said.
Neither the White House
nor the German Embassy
was willing to comment this
week on the content of the
meeting.
"The fact that the presi-
dent is now personally
engaged in the Princz case
should send a powerful
signal to Germany that the
U.S. government will not
tolerate the continued dis-
criminatory treatment of an
American citizen," said Mr.
Princz's attorney, Bill
Marks.
The German government
has denied Mr. Princz war
reparations for over 40 years
because, as an American
citizen when liberated from
Nazi concentration camps,
he did not meet the require-
ment that recipients be
"stateless."
Mr. Princz, 70, spent three
years at the Auschwitz and
Dachau concentration
camps. His father had
American citizenship, thus
entitling his son to the same
status.
The House of Represent-
atives passed a resolution
last week urging Mr. Clin-
ton to mention Mr. Princz to
the German chancellor in
their meeting.
Mr. Princz and his wife
toured Capitol Hill in a
series of meetings with
various members of Con-
gress.

Palestinian
Competition

Israeli farmers will not be able
to compete with the agricultur-
al sector of the Palestinian au-
tonomous region, according to
Agriculture Minister Ya'acov
Tsur.
Speaking at a conference
sponsored by the ministry, Mr.
Tsur said the new situation
calls for investment in automa-
tion and the search for new
markets and value-added prod-
ucts.
The key to keeping the sec-
tor operating is focusing on ex-
ports and producing agricul-
tural yield technologies, Mr.
Tsur said.

Jerusalem (JTA) — It has
taken a full decade, but anti-
smoking activists have suc-
ceeded in limiting smoking
in the Israeli workplace.
Workers wishing to light a
cigarette will have to do so
in designated smoking
areas, under legislation
passed by the Knesset Labor
and Social Affairs Com-
mittee.
An amendment to the
groundbreaking 1984 law
that bans smoking in certain
public places, the regulation
will limit smoking to
specified rooms and lounges
in the country's 60,000
places of employment.
The new regulation, which
has been in the works for
three years, will take effect
90 days after the health min-
ister signs it. Just when that
will be remains unclear,
since Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin, the acting
health minister, is less than
enthusiastic about the mea-
sure.
Lighting a cigarette dur-
ing an interview about the
legislation, Rabin, a chain
smoker, asserted: "I am the
health minister. I can decide
not to sign the change if I
don't want to."

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New York (JTA) -- Radio
Shack, the consumer elec-
tronics company, has
cancelled all future orders
for an electronic pinball
game that displays a
swastika.
The company also issued
an apology to anyone who
might have been offended by
the game.
The Anti-Defamation
League, which had notified
the company of the problem,
praised Radio Shack for its
prompt action.
In a letter to Abraham
Foxman, national director of
the ADL, Radio Shack's vice
president of merchandising,
Robert Miller, said that in
addition to canceling orders,
Radio Shack "will offer a full
refund to any customer who
is offended and wishes to
return the toy."
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