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August 25, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-25

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Eichmann Aide Found in Germany; Journal of Sociology Gives Life Sketch of Dr. Lazar Gurvic
A chronicle prepared by P. O.S.E. and directing its manifold nal a
survey of Jewish social
Bormann Reported to Be in Brazil Glikson
for the Jewish Journal activi
Russia,
work in the Diaspora.

0 -I

rlin, Paris an
a.
HANOVER, Germany, (JTA) trict of Brazil, it was reported of Sociology tells of the life of i
—The State Attorney General here by Marc Turkow, repre- Dr. Lazar Gurvic, who died i
During
the
war he was
- announced that he has opened sentative of DAIA, the Central November, 1960.
FURN ITURE
A
responsibl
.r the clandestine
Gurvic devoted his
to activitie
a special investigation into the Jewish organization of Argen-
SERVICE
O.S.E.
in
Occupied
O.S.E.
(Organization
las
activities of Dr. Ehrhardt tina, attending the current
France. After his retirement, he
Sante
des
Populations
Refinishing
- Restoring
uives)._
Wetzel, an associate of Adolf meeting of the Central Confer-
890 at remained faithful to O.S.E. as
Furniture
Eichmann during the Nazi re- ence of Jewish Organizations Born on May 21,
member
of
its
Ex
tive
and
Ponievezh, Lithuania e studied
Repaired &
bime, who has been found liv- here.
Refinished in
at-the University of 5 orpat. He vice-preside t o it Swiss Sec-
Any
Color of
ing in a village near this city.
According to Turkow, Bor- graduated in 1913
Your Choice.
was active tion. pr O.S.E. at
He has been drawing a monthly mann was recognized on a for a time as a
e
Cu
Antiques Old
,
participate
wyer in St. in
Furniture Made
pension of 1600 deutschemarks street in Buenos Aires, where Petersburg.
s
d plenary
Like New. Cig-
PIANO
(about $400) as a former army he had been living, by a form-
em
arette
Burns Re-
REHNISHING
At the outbre
of the war
:...CAJR SPECIALTY
paired. All work
officer.
er Italian army officer. The he was mobilize . nd served at
is wrote a nu •
of ar- 2KWRS To CHOOSE guaranteed.
Wetzel was honorary chair- latter had met Bormann during the Russo-Tur
oblems of
City-Wide and
front. After tides on curre
man of the Nazi Party's Bureau the war, when the Italian offi- having been inv ided out of the social and
Suburban
-medical work
Larry Paul
Free
Estimates
for Racial Policy, and head of cer accompanied the late Italian army he joine • O.S.E. in ,1915. among
ews.
the Jewish Affairs bureau in dictator, Benito Mussolini, on
At the first
eneral Confer-
e time of his death, Gur-
V 13223
X1.4-8440
the Nazi Ministry of the Inter- a visit to Hitler's headquarters ence of that org zation in 191 •
w.
icf4oLS
was preparing for the Jour-
ior. According to the Lower in Berlin.
he was elected a
e
Saxony Ministry of Justice, the
Bormann was previously re- Central Committee and, after the
first report of the investigators ported having fled Buenos death of Dr.
be-
showed that,. in 1941, Wetzel Aires in May, 1960, almost im- came its
ary general. H
and Eichmann were co-signers mediately after Adolf Eich- remai
in this post until
TEN MI
& CLOVERLAWN, OAK PARK
of a letter recommending the mann was captured there.
sh.
„, all the viciss
f
Dr.
o Y. Goldman, Rabbi
use of poison gas to kill all
InVites You t Take Part in our High Holiday
Jews in occupied Eastern Eu-
Services in
rope.
r Air-Conditioned Sanctuary.
Wetzel was arrested by So-
SUNDAY SCHOOL
ges 5 through 7 Reopens Sunday, Sept. 17
viet authorities in 1945, and
40 for Entire Season
sentenced- to 15 years' impri-
GENE VA, (JTA)
The all neces ry
e r
ns
sonment at hard labor. How-
HEBREW SC
L—Under Direction of Irvin Lawton, formerly
ewish an inter tional

ever, he was freed in 1955, and World Conference of
with
el Hebrew School. Our Curriculum Includes:
Organizations,
attende
by
75
Jewish
ducatio
hel
returned to Germany, taking up
B -.•
rs Hebrew, Bible, Prayers, Grammar, History, Bar
major in the mmer
1
vah and Special Training in Conducting Congrega-
residence in the village near delegates representing
eluded
ional Services. Transportation Available.
The urpose f this future
here. It is understood he was Jewish organizations,
•01 " SERY—Ages 2 1/2 through 5. Sessions 12:30 to 3:30 P.M.
able to keep his identity secret here with an appea to the confe nee, which will be at-
$1.20 per Session.
enable tend
by Jewish educa
because a Jewish historian, who Soviet government t
• Qualified Director • Ample Room • Many Toys
tional and laymen from all
he
had identified the name of Wet- Soviet Jews to enjoy a
• Fenced Plaground
• Door-to-door Transportation
ities world, will be to
ut ways
zel as a war criminal, had mis- existence as other natio
• Experienced Teachers
and means
strengthening
FOR HIGH HOLIDAY TICKETS AND SCHOOL REGISTRATION
takenly referred to him as do in the Soviet Union.
CALL, WRITE OR VISIT
The delegates welcomed
ucation everywhere.
Ernst Wetzel, whereas his true
fact that a literary hi:monthly The presidium is to decide
CONG. SHAAREY SHOMAYIM, 14200 W. 10 Mile Rd.
first name is Ehrhardt.
in Yiddish is to appear this whether- the education confer-
LI 1-9769
* * *
LI 2-4444 or UN 4-5789
GENEVA, (JTA)
Martin month in Moscow and urged the ence is to be held in Jerusalem,
Bormann, principal deputy to Soviet authorities "to undertake as some delegates proposed, or
Adolf Hitler, is definitely alive, more measures for the revival in some E
hiding out in the Curitiba . dis- of Jewish culture such as the
opening of Jewish schools." The B
frith Leaders
delegates also expressed deep
Russia;
concern
over
reports
that
syn
Polan, o
Morocco Releases Jews
gogues continued to be do
. 7 MILE ROAD at OSMUS
Arrested on Charge of throughout
See
Situation
Jews
the U.S.S.R. in
n
Unlawful Emigration
GENEVA, (JT ) . — A 30-
contradiction of "Soviet de , ra-
ill have registration for
m
GENEVA, (JTA) — The 50 tions that the Jewish are uar- man group of Bnai B
hers, led b
nat
Moroccan Jews who were ar- anteed religious freedo
During its sessions, t
rested and charged with at-
con- al presid
for
tempting to illegally emigrate ference also reviewed pr
ems left Gen
Sov
n a n
to Israel, were released in Ra- confronting North A f r
an visit to
Eur , -an countries
YS Aug. 27-Sept. 3 — 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon
bat but will have to stand trial Jewry, Jewish education, Je sh other E
during
ich
ey will study
on charges of attempting to relations with Christians,
conditions of Jewish life ther
leave the country without exit dle East issues, the
for information call
Most of the members
refugee situation, and the im-
visas.
GR
6-1174
Hy Saham
attended t
Con-
World Jewish leaders, cur- pact upon world opinion of the
fere
.
he
group
ex-
Adolf
Eichmann
trial
which
1.. ritly meeting h
um-
Tickets for High Holiday Services
ber of Jewis
onferences, ex- closed last week at Jerusalem. pects to visit Moscow, Kiev and
The presidium members of Kharkov in the Soviet Uniort as
-
pressed t
pleasure at
available at the Synagogue
onference, Dr. Nahum well as Warsaw, capital of
Morocca• ove which w
en
Poland.
Gold
n, Label A. Katz and
witho any extern
ressure
Sir Ba ett Janner, were ern-
from ewish gro
_
powere
by the delegates to
draw
u
n agenda and to make
/ 0 U
ate s 'dent ar
gr
U. exchange
of s
Isr
i Foresters Meet
e • o go to t
Union in
earn International
-62.
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the Sept. 12 Primary Election
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and it is urgent that all Jew-
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their Absentee Voter's Bal-
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In wishing you a very
Happy New Year, I urge you

lanting Techniques

ZIKHRON YA'AQOV — Two
hundred foresters from all over
Israel met in the Aaronson House
at Zikhron Ya'aqov to hear re-
ports from six experts, among
them Joseph Weitz, head of the
Israel Land Administration,- and
the leading spirit in all afforesta-
tion matters in the country, about
their visits to Sicily, Spain,
Persia and other countries, and
their participation in the recent
European meeting of the F.A.O.
Afforestation Committee.
Tree planting is today being
speeded up in many countries,
they reported, since more timber
is needed for industry, and be-
cause it is recognized that trees
are essential for the prevention
of soil erosion.
The Israeli experts were able
to learn many new techniques in
tree planting and care, in fire
prevention and pest control.
In Persia, one of them collect-
ed data on the planting of pis-
tachio (terebinth) trees which
provide oil-rich fruit; the Jewish
National Fund hopes to intro-
duce this species into its -wood-
lands.

again to ask for your Absen-
tee Ballot at once, thereby
exercising your right to vote
without sacrificing any of
Using a new light called a
your religious beliefs.
LASER, foil'. University of Mich-
MARY V. BECK
,igan physicists have for thi First
President
Detroit City Council time produced an overtone of a
I beam of light.

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