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June 14, 1985 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Extends
Mengele Hunt

Jerusalem (JTA) — A Justice
Ministry spokesman said this
week that Israel will continue the
search for Nazi war criminal Josef
Mengele despite reports from
Brazil that the Auschwitz death
camp doctor died there by drown-
ing six years ago.
As long as there is no definite
identification of the body found in
Brazil Israel will continue its ef-
forts to capture Mengele and
bring him to justice and the $1
million reward for information
leading to his capture and trial
remains in effect, Yitzhak Fein-
berg of the Justice Ministry said.
The statement comes after the
German newspaper Die Weltz re-
ported that officials of the Federal
Criminal Office were in Brazil
examining evidence that Mengele
drowned in 1979 while swimming
off Berrioga, 60 miles northeast of
Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo police chief
Roneau Tuna told reporters he
has asked the justice ministry for
permission to exhume the body of
a man buried at Enbu, 20 miles
west of the Brazilian metropolis
and that he was 90 percent certain
that the body was Mengele.
But Nazi-hunter Serge
Klarsfeld said, "I don't believe
Mengele is dead and I don't be-
lieve the German judicial system
believes it." Klarsfeld's wife,
Beate Klarsfeld, returned this
week from Paraguay where she
tried unsuccessfully to obtain
Mengele's extradition. Mengele
who would be 74, had been re-
ported living for years in
Paraguay, under the protection of
its German-born President, Al-
fredo Stroessner and his rightw-
ing military junta. Stroessner's
office denied any knowledge of
Mengele's whereabouts and de-
nounced the Klarsfelds as
"dangerous agitators."

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3258 Orchard Lake Road
Orchard Lake, MI 48033

Bar Mitzvah
For Emigres

Jerusalem (JTA) — The first
mass bar mitzvah for Ethiopian
Jews was celebrated at the West-
ern Hall Monday. The bar
mitzvah boys, 90 of them, came
from 20 absorption centers
around the country. They had
been prepared for the rites by rab-
bis employed by the Jewish
Agency and yeshiva student vol-
unteers.
The young emigres each re-
ceived gifts of phylacteries,
prayer shawls, prayer books and
yarmulkes. In addition, Rabbi
Henry Dar'i and his family pre-
sented each bar mitzvah with a
suit and watch.
Meanwhile, the religious life of
Ethiopian Jewish emigres was
the subject of debate in the Knes-
set's Immigration Committee. It
centered around the alleged
statements by Avraham Shapiro
and Mordechai Eliahu, the
Ashkenazic and Sephardic chief
Rabbis respectively, urging the
United Jewish Appeal and
American Jews not to contribute
to the settlement of Ethiopian
Jews in Israel if the immigrants
do not receive religious education.
Spokesmen for the two Chief
Rabbis denied that they had ever
made such statements.

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