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_Page 2_. HE_R!TAGE-- F I0riJa Jewish News ? Ju,ne. 13._ 1980 Cadet Mailer Commissioned 2nd Ueutenant Jewish Woman Graduates from West Point WEST POINT, N.Y. -- The first Jewish woman cadet, Danna Maller, was among 13 Jewish cadets who were commissioned Second Lieutenants in the United States Army at colorful graduation ceremonies ileld at West Point May 28. All thirteen cadets participated in the Jewish Baccalaureate Service conducted Friday evening before graduation. About 250 persons, including staff, members of the faculty and their families and guests from surrounding communities attended the service, which like all weekly Jewish services was held in a chemistry lecture hall. A drive to raise $5.5 million for a West Point Jewish Chapel is at the half-way mark. Overlooking the parade grounds and campus, the chapel site adjoins two other chapels. Although there have been Jews at West Point since the first class, when Simon Levy was one of two graduates in 1802, there never has been a Jewish house of worship. Edgar M. Bronfman is chairman of the board of the West Point Jewish Chapel Fund. Herbert M. Ames is president. A large delegation of Jewish War Veterans, led by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Goldwasser of Monsey, N.Y., presented a kiddush cup and other gifts to each graduate. Lt. General Andrew J. Goodpaster, Superintendant of the U.S. Military Academy, presented bibles, donated by JWV, to the cadets. CADET Danna Mailer lights Shabbat candles to o annual Jewish Baccalaureate service at West pol State Department Spokesman Says Time Needed Takes 8 Years to Try Alleged Nazis Who are U.S. Citizens by Rochelle Saldel Wolk right now to do the job" of war criminals currently in the NEW YORK, (JTA) -- A investigating over 350 files U.S. came here under the Juglice Department official and ,prosecuting where Displaced Persons Act of that it would take a applicable. 1948-51, when the DP administration was "not able minimum of eight years to Ryan addressed some 300 to thoroughly investigate and complete a case against an leadersoftheAnti-Defamation certify each and every alleged Nazi war criminal who League of B'nai B'rith at a immigrant refugee" to verify became an American citizen luncheon session of the whether they had been Nazi by falsifying his past activities, agency's National Commis- criminals or collaborators. "'If we file an airtight case sion where Anthony DeVito, a against a naturalized former Immigration and American citizen tomorrow Naturalization Service (INS) Replying to a question by and there are no judicial investigator was presented the Jewish Telegraphic delays, it would still take eight with the ADL's "Pursuer of Agency, the OSI chief said he yeats to complete a case," Justice Award." It was did not want to comment on declared Allan A. Ryan, Jr., conferred in recognition of his the use of alleged Nazi war director of the U.S. Justice "extraordinary valor, dedica- criminals by the FBI, CIA or Department's Office of tion and self-sacrifice in other U.S. intelligence Special Investigation (OSI). apprehending Nazi war agencies. The agencies He observed that with an criminals living in this admittedsuchutilizationtothe annual budget of $2.3 million country." General Accounting Office and a staff of some 50 people, (GAO), the investigative arm OSI has "the tools we need Ryan explained that Nazi of Congress. in 1978. Israel Radio Shortwave to North America News & Features in English, direct from Jerusalem! 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DeVito's Role in Extradition Hailed Although more than half of the 16 cases that OSI has under litigation have .been implicated during their hearings with involvement with U.S. intelligence agencies, Ryan said, 'Tin not sure of the full scope of the allegations and until I know all the answers, I won't discuss it." DeVito, who was honored, opted for early retirement from the INS after accusing that agency of irregularities in prosecuting alleged Nazi war criminals. The award was presented to him by John L. Goldwater, an ADL national commissioner, who hailed his role in the case of Hermine Braunsteiner Ryan, a former Queens housewife who was deprived of her U.S. citizenship and extradited to West Germany several years ago for with- holding information about her activities as a guard in the notorious Maidanek concen- tration camp during World War II. No Nazi war criminal has ever been deported from the U.S. In an interview later about the ADL's role in the Ryan and other war criminal cases, Abraham Foxman, associate national director, said the ADL had provided background.and testimony for the Ryan case and tried to find eye-witnesses. He said, "In ter finding, ADL's in goes way back" al full-time specialist, Welles, has been on for only three years. Foxman noted has. been involved finding since extraditior ceedings began Andrija Artukovic Minister of occupied Croatia war and still lives Foxman, who Poland and is a survivor, said that material the ADL present "is put of the most that will use it, the Democratic Congressional Race in California KKK Head Wins Primary Contest by Robert Polner NEW YORK, (JTA) -- The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith expressed dismay at the victory of Ku Klux Klan leader Tom Metzgar in last week's Democratic primary for California's 43rd Congressional District, representing San Diego and neighboring counties. Morris Casuto, director of ADL's regional office in San Diego, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, "'We can only respond with dismay at the fact that so many of our citizens were willing to vote for , i an avowed bigot who is a leader of an extremist organization with a record of violence." Metzgar received about 35 percent of the vote and easily defeated Edward Skagen, San Diego's Democratic Party chairman, and "unknown" Hubert Higgins, who stopped campaigning in the middle of the race but remained on the ballot. Close to 87,000 people voted in the primary. Formerly the "grand dragon" and now "state chairman" of California's KKK, Metzgar will oppose Special to HERITAGE Readers 0ILLS, - BUT D_0 HAVE YOUR PAST! AND THE JERUSALEM POST INTERNATIONAL EDITION THE JERUSALEM POST INTERNATIONAL EDITION 110E 59lh St New York, NY 10022 [] Please deliver 52 issues of THE JERUSALEM POST International Edition for one full eRar, and send me the NEW Y BONES Book My check for $35.00 is enclosed. [] Please delir 26 issues for six months. My check for $1900 is enclosed E ]. 8 4 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZiP I-m== ,mmmwmmmimmmmmmmJ incumbent Burgener, who is fifth term. The overwhelmingly and Burgener is triumph in Canada 1 st Woman by Ben TORONTO, Friedman, 27, of Mass., has been assistant rabbi Blossom Temple first woman rabbi Rabbi Friedma ordained June 1 ceremonies in New / of the Hebrew Union -- Jewish Institute of I Richard Lorie, the synagogue, sai at Holy Blossom Rabbi Harvey J. Blossom's senior commented that comprise about 20 the rabbinical HUC-JIR and of the students at cantorial school. He said worne "emerging into the rabbinate and cant competent, comp and knowledgeable teachers." congrega  Hersteir officer !w 1 elected Israel 3oodis, I: ec, v.p.; .P.: Dr. AL