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February 16, 1962 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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of Warsaw Jews
for Vienna Trial

Detroit Leaders Meet with Sharett
Who Speaks Here Next Wednesday

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

VIENNA—Officials announced
here Wednesday that former SS
Major Hermann Hoefle, 47, who
was arrested last year in Salz-
burg on charges of having par-
ticipated in the slaughter of 30,-
000 Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto,
will be brought to Vienna for
trial.
Hoefle, who was an aide to
former Nazi Colonel Adolf Eich-
mann, lived for years in Bavaria
and Austria under a false name
until his arrest. Police arrested
20 persons connected with the
case when they seized Hoefle.
Prosecution documents are vol-
uminous, the police said.
Vienna's state attorney was
simultaneously instructed by the
Austrian Ministry of Justice to
bring to trial two prominent ex-
Nazis accused of having played
important roles at the Auschwitz
concentration camp, as members
of Hitler's elite guard.
The men are Walter Dejaco,
allegedly an SS officer who par-
ticipated in the construction of
the gas chambers and crematoria
at Berkenau, one of the camps
belonging to the Auschwitz com-
plex; and Dr. 'Georg Meyer. Both -
men have been free until now.
Dr. Meyer practices medicine in
this city, Dejaco is an architect,
living in the .town of Reutte,
in the Tyrolean district.

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Ambassador Michael S. Co-
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of the State of Israel to the
United Nations, will offer Is-
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honor at the national Eddie
Cantor 70th birthday celebra-
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which will launch the drive to
sell $66,500,000 in Israel Bonds
during 1962.
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field of vaudeville, by Sophie
Tucker and Dick Shawn; Ed-
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half of motion pictures, and
radio and television will be
represented by Jack Benny.
Eric A. Johnston, who origi-
nated the Jordan Valley Au-
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he went to the Middle East in
1953 as President Eisenhower's
Ambassador, will express the
appreciation of the American
community to Eddie Cantor for
his leadership in humanitarian
causes.

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7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 16, 1962

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