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March 31, 1967 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-31

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Jewish News Staff Marks 25th Anniversary Ex-Auschwitz Deputy Commander

Ruled Medically Fit to Serve Term

(Direct JTA Telef.Ype Wire to
made at a conference by Israeli
The Jewish News)
Ambassador S. Divon with the
FRANKFURT — Robert Mulka. Brazilian Foreign Minister, Eshkol
the former deputy commander of reported. The foreign minister in
the Auschwitz death camp who was Brazil said he will pass on Israel's
sentenced to 14 years' imprison- request to his government.
ment after the mammoth first trial
The case is now before the Bra-
of Auschwitz personnel here in
1963, and released for reasons of zilian High Court, which will decide
ill health, was rearrested Wednes- on whether Stangl will be extra-
dited.
day.
*
The 71-year-old defendant was
German
Court
Bids
Retrial
released from jail in January 1966
after obtaining a medical certificate of Two Eichmann Aides
asserting that he was not fit" to
KARLSRUHE (JTA)—The High
serve out his term. Recently, doc-
tors issued a new certificate that Court has set aside the unusually
he was competent to serve his lenient sentences handed down by
term. His release last year evoked a Frankfurt court in February
sharp criticism inside and outside 1965 on Otto Hunsche and Ilermann
Krumey, two aides of Adolf Eich-
of West Germany.
mann who were charged with par-
Another action against Mulka is ticipating in the murders of hun-
still pending. The state prosecution dreds of thousands of Jews.
filed an appeal against what it
Hunsche was acquitted and Kru-
called a "lenient" sentence against mey was sentenced to five years'
Mulka. This appeal has not yet
imprisonment for his role in the
been acted on.
murder of 300,000 Jews.
*

Israel Intervenes
for Extradition of
Stangl by Brazil

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel has
asked the government of Brazil to
grant one of the three requests
addressed to it for the extradition
of Franz Paul Stangl, the Nazi
commandant of the extermination
camps of Treblinka and Sobibor,
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol in-
formed the cabinet here Sunday,
The request that Brazil accede
to one of the extradition applica-
tions—filed in Brazil by Austria,
West Germany and Poland—was

• • •
Whitney Museum Exhibits
Drawings of Nazi Horrors

NEW YORK (JTA) — The Whit-
ney Museum of American Art, one
of the country's leading museums,
is showing an exhibit of 30 power-
ful drawings depicting Nazi bru-
talities, created by Mauricio Lasan-
sky, internationally known artist
and director of one of the most
influential graphic art workshops
in the country at the University
of Iowa, Iowa City.
The exhibition was initiated by
Kneeland McNulty, curator at the
Philadelphia Museum of Art, who
saw the works in the artist's studio
on the Iowa campus.

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The Jewish News' 25th anniversary was observed by its staff at a luncheon. In the upper photo
is the official family, Carmi and Philip Slomovitz, standing, and, seated, Mrs. Carmi (Sharron) Slomo-
vitz, Randy and Gabriel Slomovitz and Mrs. Philip (Anna) Slomovitz. In attendance were staff members:
Sidney Shmarak (and Mrs. Shmarak); Charlotte Hyams and her fiance, Harold Dubin; Danny Raskin,
Marjorie Newberger, Gloria Bellock, Judy Glassman, David Stein and Seymour and Ilattie Schwartz.
In the party were The Jewish News legal advisers, Morris Garvett (and Mrs. Garvett) and Gordon
Ginsberg; the newspaper's accountants, Sidney J. Newman and Ralph Warenoff (and Mesdames New-
man and Warenoff); the first bookkeeper of The Jewish News, Mrs. Irving (Dena Goldsmith) Greenberg
(and Mr. Greenberg); former Jewish News City editors Frank Simons (and Mrs. Simons) and Mrs.
Louis (Ruth Levine) Cassel; and former members of The Jewish News editorial department, Max
Simon (and Mrs. Simon) and Mrs. Louis (Sally Kornweiss) Katz (and Dr. Katz).

Afforestation E mployment As sists 6,000

KIRYAT GAT — The afforesta-
tion work of the Jewish National
Fund has been stepped up to give
work to over 6,000 casual laborers,
on top of the 650 skilled foresters
permanently employed by the JNF.
The tree planting program for the
season ending now had been en-
larged to over 5,000,000 saplings
thanks to the abundant winter
rains. For next year, the planting

of at least 7.000,000 trees is participates with a further 5,000,-
000 pounds (S1,666,667) in paying
planned, and preparations are al-
the wages to the laborers it has
ready under way in the JNF tree asked the JNF to absorb. These
nurseries in all parts of t h e details were given by Sharon
Weitz, head of the JNF aforesta-
country.
The budget of the Jewish Na- tion division, at a press conference
tional Fund Afforestation Division which took place recently in the
for the current year amounts to Jewish National Fund planting
10,500,000 pounds, ($3,500,000) center of Plugot. near Kiryat Gat
while the Israel Labor Ministry in the Lakhish region.

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Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by :Oiling to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B. 7111,
Jerusalem, Israel,

Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit

40—Friday, March 31, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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