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December 07, 1962 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-07

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OIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, December 7, 1962 -- 34

Nazi Stands Trial for Killing Lvov Jews

Record Number of Arrivals in U.S.

HANOVER, West Germany,
(JTA) — Oskar Waltke, 56, a
former SS member, pleaded in-
nocent to charges of murder
and complicity to murder from
1942 to 1944 of Jews in the Lvov
Ghetto during the war.
Hyman Wiesenthal, a former
Lvov architect who is now di-
rector of the Vienna Jewish
Document Center and author of
a book entitled, "I hunted Eich-
mann," testified at the opening
of Waltke's trial before a jury
court here.

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He said he had watched
Waltke arrange transports of
Jews from the ghetto to a near-
by labor camp. He also said
Waltke, now a HanoVer busi-
nessman, was known to the Lvov
Ghetto prisoners as one of the
most cruel of the SS men,

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A charter flight group of 76 refugees is shown
coming off the plane at Idlewild through the
migration aid of United Hias Service. The ar-
rivals set a five-year record for the number of
newcomers to enter the U.S. in a single day

under the auspices of Hias. Through the co-
operation of Jewish community agencies, they
are being resettled in Detroit, Boston, New
York, Philadelphia, Rochester, San Francisco,
Long Beach, California, and Washington, D.C.

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Mrs. Golda Meir Talks of Disarmament on Visit to Canada

OTTAWA, (JTA)—Mrs. Golda
Meir, the Foreign Minister of
Israel, received two enthusiastic
rounds of desk-thumping ap-
plause from members of parlia-
ment when she visited the House
of Commons here this weekend.
Flanked by members of her
staff and the Israel Embassy,
Mrs. Meir sat in the Speaker's
Gallery during the first part of
the daily question period. Speak-
er Marcel Lambert welcomed her
on behalf of members of all
parties. At mention of her name,
members pounded their desks
and cheered. Mrs. Meir arose and
bowed.
Addressing a press conference,
the Israel Foreign Minister said
she was convinced the day would
come when it would be possible
to withdraw the United Nations
Emergency Force from the Israel-
Egyptian border. The question
is one of special interest here
since about 1,000 Canadians are
in service in the 5,000-man peace
force.
Mrs. Meir said she could not
hazard an opinion on how soon
this withdrawal would be possi-
ble and said she had not seen
any signs on the part of the
United Arab Republic that it was
prepared for an arrangement
that would make this withdrawal
possible. She said that the pres-
ence of the United Nations force
had resulted in "quite a radical
change in the border situation"
from what it had previously been.
She stressed that Israel was "pre-

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pared and anxious to go into
peace negotiations with all our
neighbors at any time and at any
place."
Mrs. Meir also revealed that
in her talks with Prime Minister
Diefenbaker and Foreign Secre-
tary Green she had discussed
such international issues as dis-
armament.
"Israel is ready to agree to
complete disarmament if her
Arab neighbors will do likewise
but with mutual controls, nat-
urally," Mrs. Meir told a dinner-
meeting in Montreal.

She said arms, tanks and sub-
marines were being sent to Egypt
and that this build-up was dan-
gerous to the security of Israel.
Disarmament was especially im-
portant for Middle East coun-
tries because, as underdeveloped
countries, they could not afford
to engage in arms races, she
stated.

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Chile to Extradite
Nazi to W. Germany

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

SANTIAGO — Walter Raus,
former SS leader charged with
murdering 9,000 Jews during
the war, was arrested Tuesday
night in Punta Arenas, Chile,
at the request of the West Ger-
man government. He was flown
to S a n t i a g o, where he was
jailed.
Raus fled after the collapse
of the Nazi regime to Punta
Arenas, where he worked for
an import firm. After West
German poliie learned of his
hiding place, the West German
Embassy in Santiago began ex-
tradition proceedings to return
him to West Germany.

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