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February 05, 1971 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-05

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Hurt by Austrian Chancellor Kriesky, Wiesenthal Claims 14- mday, Fibrils

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Hamburg. where he maintains
NEW YORK (JTA)—Simon Wie- happen to cause him to end his
senthal claimed that his Nazi war work. 'I'm the last Mohican," two beautiful villas," he said.
"We are doing everything we
crimes documentation .center in Wrote the man who, over a decade
Personal sonde, hut
Vienna suffered "a lot of damage" ago, tracked down the notorious can to bring to justice this man
counts.
Wiesenthal commented on an Is- who was responsible for the mas-
as a result of alleged attacks by
raeli
television
program
Sunday
sacre
of
the
Jews
of
Warsaw
dur-
DIG discounts on all
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky of Aus-
tria and Minister Leopold Gratz. that he knows Mengele's exact ad- ing the war." Wiesenthal said.
.1970 models.
produced
a
Paraguay.
He
dress
in
On Jan. '20, an Israeli organiza-
secretary of the Austrian Sociolist
piece of paper out of his pocket tion for action against Nazi war
Order ANY
Party.
Wiesenthal made his claim in a and read from it that "Dr. Mengele crimes offered a $50,000 reward
MAKE- 1 9.7 1
letter replying to a series of ques- is at Puerto San Vicente in Para- " to any person who could identify
tions on the current and future ac- guay, where he has two factories, and arrest Mengele.
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One of the questions concerned the zone to which police have no ac-
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reportedly strained relations be- cess.
"However," he added, "I am
tween Wiesenthal and the Jewish-
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He said that the "attacks" by
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Wiesenthal claimed that his
center was responiible for bring.
ing more than 1,100 Nazi war
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criminals to justice. He said it
was concentrating at the moment
on the two most wanted Nazis
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still at large, Martin Hermann
Hitler's deputy and bodyguard,
and Dr. Josef Mengele, the no-
torious death camp doctor. "Men-
gele is a very concrete case since
we knew exactly his where-
abouts," Wiesenthal wrote.
He said his Vienna center enjoy-
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Israeli police and with the legal
authorities in West Germany. He
also said it was well supported by
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public opinion in Holland, France,
Britain and the Scandinavian coun-
offering a complete program of Jewish and General Studies
tries. But "since we attacked the
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Wiesenthal said there was no one
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New Sounds Theme
of Jewish Music
Festival in March

NEW YORK—The "mod" ap-
peal of Jewish music which has
been achieved through new twists
to traditional sounds is reflected
in the theme of the forthcoming
annual Jewish Music Festival
sponsored by the Jewish Music
Council of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
The 27th nationwide observance
of this cultural event by hundreds
of organizations March
9, (Purim to Passover) will have
as its keynote "New Sounds in
Jewish Music."
Cantor Arthur Wolfson of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, New York. who is
chairman of the Jewish Music
Council, said that "changes over
the past few years, which have
penetrated the'Jewish music field
in almost as vigorous a manner
as in the general musical world,
will be emphasized in Music Fes-
tival programs."
These programs will be pre-
sented by Jewish centers, syna-
gogues, Mel Foundations,
assab and Natioaal Council of
Jewish Women chapters, anal
Brith lodges and chapters, Jew-
ish schools, colleges, choral
groups and other organizations.
The Jewish Music Council has
prepared special resources to aid
organizations and radio and TV
stations in the promotion and pre-
paration of Music Festival pro-
grams.

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Calculus, Computer Math)
• History and Gov't. (World History, American History,
Government & Sociology, Middle East History)
• FOreign Languages (French, Russian)

• Talmud and Codes
• Hebrew Language and Literature (acceptable
accredited as Foreign Language requirement for
University Admin.)
• Jewish History
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Minors and other electives will include Speech, Physical Ed., Music Appreci-
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Two Exciting Innovations in the Secondary Education of Jewish Youth

The second half of the senior year will be spent in a Directed Study Pro-
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Special provisions to admit into the Junior High and Senior High Division:
those without a Day School background, Graduates of Public Elementary
and Junior High School with limited Hebrew training will be accepted and

enrolled in special Hebrew classes if their afternoon Hebrew School record
is superior, motivation is high, and a letter of recommendation from the
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AN INVITATION .
To all those in the community who have been talking about the need for

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