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December 29, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-29

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WJ Congress Seeks Witnesses Against 4 Accused Nazis

Harvard Students Cancel Aid Plan
for Jordan Because of Ban on Jews

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., (JTA)—
A Harvard University student
organization decided to wit
draw from participation
project sponsored by C
Jordan because that
would have barred J
dents from taking

The four Nazis against whom tlie World Nowy Sacz; Gunther Labitzke, Gestapo officer
Jewish Congress seeks witnesses are, from left, in Nowy Sacz; and Josef Rouenhoff, the crim-
Georg Urban, a gendarmerie lieutenant in inal assistant who for some time headed the
Limanowa; Egbert Brock, Criminal assistant in local Jewish section of the Gestapo.
*
*
A 20th century Haman, whose judge at Bochum State Court, charge of the Jewish section of
grim record of Jewish persecu- has being extended to include the Gestapo.
_ tion has been unfolded in Ger- four of Hamann's aides: Georg
Persons who can identify the
many, is about to stand trial, Urban, a former police lieu- criminals or have any informa-
and the World Jewish Congress tenant in Limanowa; Eghert tion about their crimes are re-
in New York has been asked Brock, a Criminal Assistant in quested to contact Dr. Nehe-
to help obtain evidence against Nowy Sacz; Guenter Labitzke, a miah Robinson, director, Insti-
four of his aides.
Gestapo officer in Nowy Sacz; tute of Jewish Affairs, World
Heinrich Hamann, 52, former and Josef Rouenhoff, a Crimi- Jewish Congress, 15 E. 84th
S. S. Hauptscharfuehrer and nal Assistant, at one time in St., New York 28.
Criminal Commissioner for
Nowy Sacz in Poland, has been
'under arrest in Germany since
May, 1960, for crimes com7
mitted between 1940-1942:
Robbing, beating - and killing
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Pay
thousands of Jews; shooting,
- to The Jewish News
egin until
e
drowning, burying alive 300 in-
VIENNA—Agreement has been
parliament approves the
dividual Jews; eye-gouging and announced between two go
fired basic laws which are
stabbing a Jew to death; killing ment-appointed collection ge
now pen A. The fund estab-
a Jew by
s on distribution of proce
lished urposes in-
seco
; io-wning fr
eirless prdperties of
cluded
, h' , utio
the
rrel of oil for try- tims
the Nazi era in A
West
some gasoline; shoot-
jte
Collec n Agency - A,
AiiL 4
ildren for selling cigar- was set
to handle coil
s; setting a 75- year-old Jew's
rid Peace Coun •
d -allo ion of funds of h
and a t.
less pr
rty
of
Jewish
victims,
Ha
will
e the right under the Reso
e y Arabs
mitt
a
ent to dispose of about 80
STOCKHOLM, (JTA) — Arab
but
in Old acz, Oman
cent
of
the
proceeds
totaling
delegates at a meeting of the
Gry
, and Mizana-Dolna.
at present some 70,000,000 schil- Communist-dominated World
vestigation, carried
lings ($2,700,000).
Peace Council failed in their
MN MN Ili U
Collection Agency B, set up to effort to win adoption of an
handle the same functions for anti-Israel resolution.
non-Jewish heirless property, will , The Arabs assailed Israel and
dispose of the remaining 20 per were supported by Cheng-Chi, a
cent.
Chinese Communist delegate who
Additional proceeds are ex- earlier -this month attended a
pected from the sale of securities meeting in the Gaza Strip.
and real properties of both cate-
The Chinese delegate, in his
gories of victims as well as from address, - cited a clause from a
results of some 600 claims now "Gaza Declaration" to the effect
pending on such properties.
that Israel was "a typical
Representatives to the two perialist country." However, the
when you give Barton's
agencies were named on recom- Soviet and East European dele-
chocolates, candies,
mendation of groups represent-. gates stayed out of this portion
pastries. Choose from
ing the victims. In the case of of the debate.
our big, new selection.
Collection Agency A, members
Eliezer Halevy of Achdut" Avo-
This week's feature:
were named on recommendations dah, and Yaacov Majus of Ma-
from the Committee for Jewish pam, two of the Israeli delegates,
Claims on Austria, the Associa- stressed Israel's goal of a, peace-
tion of Austrian Jewish Com- ful settlement with the Arab
munities, and the World Council countries. They expressed regret
of Jews from Austria. Most of over the Arab refugee problem,
the funds to be allocated by which they called a heritage of
Collection Agency A will be used the 1948 war and deplored Arab
to aid Jewish survivors now liv- refusal to negotiate peace with
ing in Austria.
Israel.

2 Austrian Agencies to Distribute
Heirless Property of Nazi Victims

mail of the c
p
a
Dean John Monro,
w is a member of the, Faculty
Committee, told the service or-
ganization: "I don't want Phillip
Brooks House, representing
in a
whir
s
The project, kn n as "Op- prof
estions
igi
eration Jarba," ha been adopt- about
nd make
ed by Phillips Bro
sis."
House, a
Harvard student soc service
organization, which wa
ning to send a group of 20 or
30 students- to Jordan to help
resettle displaced Bedouins.
Recent discussions with CARE
officials, however, warned rep-
resentatives of Phillips Brooks
House that there would be no
chance of including Jewish stu-
dents in the project.
T h e decision to withdraw
from the project was made by
the service organization after
consultation with the Faculty
Committee which declined to
apptove the plans for participa-
tion by Harvard students. Stu-
dent applicants were notified by

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