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June 08, 1973 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-08

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Nazi Criminal Living in Chile

NEW YORK (JTA) —Si-
mon Wiesenthal, the Nazi
hunter, claimed that a major
Nazi war criminal is living
freely and openly in Chile
but cannot be extradited be-
cause of that country's 15-
year statute of limitations on
extraditable offenses.
Wiesenthal, who heads the
Nazi war crimes center in
Vienna, identified the want-
ed Nazi as Walter Rauff, 66,
who, he said. lives in Punta
Arenas, Chile, and operates
a prosperous export-import
business.
He said Rauff was the man
in charge of the mobile gas
chambers—trucks with Red
Cross markings in which de-
portees were locked and
gassed to death as they got
off trains.
According to Wiesenthal,
Rauff was responsible for
killing at least 50,000 people
during World War II. He
said the West German gov-
ernment has requested his
extradition several times but
the Chilean courts ruled that
under the law he could not
be extradited.
Wiesenthal said he had
written to President Salvador
Allende of Chile on the mat-
ter and had received a "warm
and friendly" reply from the
Chilean chief executive, who
said he could not change the
law.
According to Wiesenthal,
Rauff managed to escape
from Europe after World War
II with the assistance of the
"Odessa" organization, an
underground group that aided

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Nazis fleeing justice. He
stayed briefly in Argentina
and Ecuador and came to
Chile in 1947. He is not a
Chilean citizen and he open-
ly uses his real name, Wie-
senthal said.
Wiesenthal said that his
Vienna office is working on
330 cases of wanted Nazi
war criminals but is sure of
the whereabouts of only 220
of them. His organization is
daily in receipt of informa-
tion from all parts of the

Katzir to Cut Out
Sabbath Services at
Presidential Home

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
President Ephraim Katzir
said that he would continue
to maintain the synagogue
built into the presidenial res-
idence by his predecessor,
Zalman Shazar, but that he
would not continue Shazar's
practice of holding weekly
Sabbath services there.
The president, who took of-
fice May 24, announced his
decision to the dozen or so
neighbors who regularly at-
tended services at the presi-
dential residence. He said
they would be welcome to
continue but indicated it
would be preferable if they
worshipped elsewhere from
now on.
Katzir, who is not Orthodox
in his religious observance,
said he would use Shazar's
synagogue only for special
services. He said he intended
to spend most of his week-
ends for the next six months
at Rehovot where he intends
to keep ur, his scientific work
at the Weizmann Institute of
Science.
He said that even when he
is in'4 Jerusalem he would
prefer not to be bound to
one synagogue.
The president apologized
to the weekly worshipers who
were turned away by a police
guard when they came to the
presidential residence last
Friday night for their week-
ly services.
He said the guard had act-
ed without his authority and
has been reprimanded.
The synagogue set up by
Shazar, contains a silver me-
zuza said to have adorned
the synagogue of Rabbi Bal
Shem Toy. the founder of the
hasidic movement 200 years
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world but cannot follow up
all leads because of lack of
funds.
He said the No. 1 criminal
on his wanted list is Dr. Jos-
eph Mengelc, the notorious
death camp doctor.
Mengele, an Austrian, was
responsible for selecting in-
mates for the gas chambers
of Auschwitz. Wiesenthal said
he lives in South America but
his exact whereabouts are
not known.
According to Wiesenthal
Brazil is the most cooperative
of all South American coun-
tries in helping track down
wanted Nazis and bringing
them to justice.
Wiesenthal pleaded Sunday
night for the continuation of
trials against those Nazi crim-
inals who have so far escaped
punishment, not just for le-
gal reasons but to educate
mankind.
Wiesenthal told some 450
persons attending the convo-
cation dinner of the New
York school of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Insti-

Return to Eternity, According to Weizmann
To exchange Zion for an- strength was restored by con-
other country is impossible tact with the earth. When the
for us because Zion is inter- Jewish people comes into
contact with its 'historic land
woven into our entire history again, it will once again be-
and only there can we realize come the eternal people as
what is told in an ancient it was formerly. Ch. Weiz-
legend about a giant whose mann, "Against Uganda."

tute of Religion at the Plaza
Hotel here that the trials
must continue "as a warning
to the mass murderers of to-
morrow whose victims might
be Jews or other people.
These trials must take place
as a confirmation that justice
never ends."
Wiesenthal earlier in the
day received an honorary
doctorate of humane letters
at the commencement exer-
cises of the HLTC-JIR.
Also receiving honorary de-
grees at the commencement
exercise were Rudolf G. Son-
neborn, industrialist and Zi-
onist leader; Louis Broido,
honororary chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee;
Sen. Hugh Scott (R., Pa.),
Senate minority leader; Earl
Morse, former Chairman of
the board of trustees of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations; and Mrs. Ar-
thur Hays Sulzberger, retired
director of The New York
Times and granddaughter of
Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise,
founder of the college.

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