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December 20, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Dec. 20, 1974-23

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Evidence on Nazi Crimes Sought by Justice Dept.

Evidence on Nazi criminals
who have secured haven in
this country is being gath-
ered by the Justice Depart-
ment.
Accusations made on occa-
sions against such escapees
from justice has created an
increasing demand in Con-
gress, and by survivors from
the Holocaust, for prosecu-
tion of the guilty.
The Jewish News was in-
formed this week that evi-
dence is sought against a list
of such accused, participants
in the Nazi crimes by the De-

troit branch of the U. S. De-
partment of Justice.
It is emphasized that those
providing evidence must have
been eyewitnesses to the
crimes and should have doc-
umentary proof of the guilt

of the accused.
Dr. John Mames, a leader
in the Detroit area of the
groups that have enlisted sur-
vivors from Nazism, is coop-
erating with the Justice De-
partment in this effort.

Those who have evidence
are asked to provide the fac-
tual evidence by writing to
U. S. Department of Justice,
Investigation Section, 333
Mount Elliott, Detroit, Mich.,
48207.

Seminary Plans National Teen Workshop

NEW YORK—More than
1,000 youths' from 90 cities
are traveling across the
country to three "teen-age
campuses" to take part in a
unique educational activity,
the annual winter leadership

seminar, under sponsorship
of the _youth bureau of the
Rabbi Isaac -Elchanan Theo-
logical Seminary.
The seminar sites are:
Lido Beach Hotel, Lido
Beach, N.Y., Dec. 25-30;

Ashbury College, Ottawa, On-
tario, Canada, Dec. 25-30;
Camp Hess Kramer, Malibu,
Calif., Dec. 23-29.
Now in its 21st year, the
seminars offer basic instruc-
tion in Judaism, leadership
and group skills ih k "study-'
play" atmosphere to a select
group of youth between age
14 and 18 who are seeking to
better their understanding of
Jewish knowledge while ac-
quiring leadership skills.
Programs include Jewish
studies, leadership training,
songs and dances, arts and
crafts.

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NEW YORK — Police are
investigating - the death of a
• abbi, known by his neighbors
as a friend-to all, who was
shot Monday in an 'apparent -
holdup attempt. He had $500
on his person at the time he
was shot, police said.
Rabbi Max Koppel, 69, had'
previously been attacked
twice, once in a mugging at--
tempt in the hallway of his
building in 1972 and again, in
front of his apartment house
last Thanksgiving.
Rabbi Koppel _founded
Cong. Ernes Wozedek here in
1938, a year after he arrived
in this country to escape the
Nazis in his -native Germany.
Ordained in Breslau, Rabbi
Koppel served a congrega-
tion in Berlin prior to coming
to the T.r. S.
A clerk at a nearby liquor
store said of Rabbi Koppel,
"I knew 111'm: 30 years. He
was the number one upstand
ing citizen in the neighbor-
hood----a fine gentleman, al-
ways helpful."
Rabbi Koppel was .in the
news in 1962 when he and
two other persons were given
a suspended one year sen-
tence for having made false
claims to the Social Security
Administration in connection
with funeral expenses for six
persons.

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BEERSHEBA (ZINS) —
Ben-Gurion's hope that hun-
dreds of thousands would
emulate his example by re-
settling in Israel's Negev has
not happened, according to a
recent article in Ha'aretz.
The Negev comprises 62 per
cent of Israel's land area and
only 6.5 per cent of the popu-
lation — 220,000 persons —
dwell in this part of the
country.

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