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November 25, 1977 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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Wiesenthal Advises 'Never Forget,'
Joins Blum in Appeal for Justice

"Never forget, so that the
crimes may never recur"
was the message from a
survivor of Nazism that
gains weight thanks to the
eloquence and dedication to
his ideal of the man who
continues the labors of the
last 32 years to keep the
memory of the worst of tra-
gedies alive.
Simon Wiesenthal brought
his message to the thou-
sands who attended his lec-
ture and the Sabbath morn-
ing service at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and the tens
of thousands who heard him
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He is neither a Nazi
hunter nor an avenger, as
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Friday, November 25, 1977 41

Nov. 25-Dec. 3

2,200 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Friday night,
emphasized. He is the survi-
vor who sees the danger of
a recurring Holocaust
unless humanity is kept
alerted to its menace, and
by keeping reminded of
what had occurred will be
as dedicated as he is to
labor against repetition of
the Nazi crimes.
In his revelations,
describing his "experience as
head of the Jewish Docu-
mentation Center he estab-
lished in Vienna, Wiesenthal
warned of the spread of neo-
Nazism and the source of
anti-Semitism that provides
many hate publications with
the imprimatur of Ameri-
can publishing addresses.
He also indicated that
some 130 known Nazis who
were responsible for the
murders of large numbers
of Jews are in the United
States, and he said that only
if legislation proposed in the
U.S. Congress is enforced
will it be possible to bring
the mass murderers to
justice.
The reason Dr. Josef
Mengele, the mass mur-
derer, is still at large in
Paraguay, he said, is
because of the German
influence in that country,
the wealth Nazi escapees
brought with them there
and their domination in the
government.
He also said that another
Nazi mass murderer, Valter
Rauff similarly is escaping
judgment in Chile.
Once again, Wiesenthal
said there has been a blun-
der in Jewish ranks in
speaking of the Six Million.
While this is true, he said,
he declared that the empha-
sis should be on the
11,000,000 who were mur-
dered, Christians as well as
Jews.
He called attention to the
new Nazi campaign of ridi-
culing the facts of the
Holocaust, of calling them
myths, and called for organ-
ized efforts to overcome this
inhuman and criminal
tactic.
He said to prevent the
repetition of the Holocaust,
the younger and future gen-
erations must be alerted to
the events of that era. He
said that the trials of the
criminals rather than the
-execution of them was "his-
torically valuable" and was
a means to educate youth
and future generations
about the perils of Nazism.
"Part of my activity is to
bring this thing to the
people, to make them not
forget. I will do this as long
as I am physically able."
At the Sabbath services,
Wiesenthal and Rabbi Gro-
ner discussed the guest's
"Sun Flower." which deals
with forgiveness and which
was reviewed briefly in last
week's Jewish News.
Wiesenthal's appearance
here was part of the

Shaarey Zedek cultural pro-
gram. His lectures were
sponsored by Shaarey Zedek
President William Davidson
and his family.
Meanwhile, Howard
Blum, author of "Wanted!
The Search for Nazis in
America," appealed to a
Book Fair audience of more
than 200 persons Thursday
to help bring the war crimi-
nals living in the U.S. to
justice.
"We have to demonstrate
our moral character by
bringing the 143 war crimi-
nals to justice. We can only
do it with your help."
In his lecture at the Jew-
ish Community Center,
Blum talked about the U.S.
government's role in the
prosecution of four of the
most widely known alleged
war criminals living out
their lives in America:
Andrija Artukovic, Nicolae
Malaxa, Bishop Valerian
(Viorel) Trifa, and Boles-
lays Maikovskis. He called
his book an "indfctment" of
the U.S. for allowing them
to live out their lives qui-
etly, unprosecuted.
Blum said he was not hop-
ing for vengeance in track-
ing down the criminals, only
justice. "We owe it to the
survivors. We have a
responsibility now and to
future generations."
Blum said he saw people
in government responding
to his book. Representative
Elizabeth Holtzman of New
York called for full scale
Congressional hearings into
what Blum said she called
"a cover-up" regarding the
prosecution of alleged Nazi
war criminals. U.S.
Attorney General Griffin
Bell appointed a 12-man
task force to investigate
war criminals living here.

Levines to Plant
Grove in Israel

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
(Edith) Levine of Southfield
are planting a grove of 1,000
trees in Israel under the
auspices of the Jewish
National Fund in memory of
their parents, Harry and
Fannie Lewis and Ben and
Anna Levine The grove will
be located in the American
Bicentennial Park in the
Judean Hills near
Jerusalem.
Joseph and Edith Levine
are lifelong residents of the
Detroit area. Levine was a
member of Young Judea,
nearly 60 years ago. He is a
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and Oakland Century
Lodge of Bnai Brith. A
pharmacist, he has been a
member for many years of
the Aesculapian Pharma-
ceutical Society.
Mrs. Levine is a member
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