Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 33
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"FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 33 GRIN AND BEAR IT BY LICHTY NaziBormann HeldIn Guatemala? 'This prisoner refuses to study Mao's thoughts, Judge/... Says he geJs better quotations from miserable fortune cookiesJ" GUATEMALA (AP) - The' hue and cry that Martin, Bormann -- most wanted of the missing Nazi war criminals -is still alive arose again today after Guatemala's secret police arrested an aged man and sent his fingerprints to West Germany. Bormann, who would be 76 if alive and worth a $25,000 reward, has been reported in Argentina, Brazil and Chile on various occasions but no definite trace has been found of Adolf Hitler's deputy fuehrer. Eduardo Garcia Gomez, chief of Guatemala's secret police, said the man, who appeared to be in his 70s and had foreign physical features, was arrested while working as a peasant in Mariscos, 160 miles fro-- Guate mala City. He was held at secret police icadquarters. Unconfirmed ru mors said a doctor who exam ned the man found traces o Dlastic surgery. IN JFK PROBE Bribery Charge | Investigated By I Head Of Police Israeli secret agents kidnaped nother much wanted Nazi war riminal, Adolf Eichman, from Argentina and Israel executed turn in 1962. There were rumors hat Israeli commandos played a part in Thursday's arrest, but Garcia Gomez said none were nvolved. The first secretary of the Is- rali Embassy said no Israeli commandos were in Guatemala. Some of Bormann's former associates have testified in court that he was killed by a sniper's bullet when the Russians captured Berlin in 1945, but the Allied War Tribunal still condemned him to the gallows in 1946. Bormann became chief of staff of the Nazi party in 1933 and succeeded Rudolf Hess as demity fuehrer in 1941. The most recent Bormann furor was aroused by a Frankfurt newspaper story in December 1965 that Justice Luis Maria Boffi Boggero of the Argentine Supreme Court had discussed extradition of Bormann from Argentina with German officials. An Argentine Embassy official in Bonn dismissed the report as groundless. But Simon Wiesenthal of Vienna, who has made hunting down war criminals his lifetime task, told an interviewer in March he is convinced Bormann still ir alive in South America -- constantly on the move between Chile, Brazil and Argentina. "I know the monster is alive We have to catch him and bring rim to trial -- no matter how ong it takes," said Wiesentha! lead of the Jewish Documenta ion Center in Vienna. His theory is that Bormann escaped through the Soviet line and was taken prisoner by Brit ish forces in northwest Germa ny. He believes Bormann's dis guise as a German privat fooled the British and a pai gent smuggled him out of risoner of war camp and took 11 iim to Italy, where Bormann lisappeared in an Alpine monastery. Burr-Brown To Receive 4 E' Award For Export ~ NEW ORLEANS (UPI)-The ·"New Orleans police superinten- today investigated charges "that two of his men tried to rbribe a witness in Dist. Atty. Uim Garrison's investigation of "3he Kennedy ass-assination. T Supt. Joseph Giarusso said ^Thursday he had started ^checking into the case of Louis ~Ivon and Lynn Loisel, even ^though no formal complaint has * Gordon Novel. Both lawyers have denied the charges. Novel, who is wanted by Garrison as a material witness in the investigation, said he plans to file a ?10 million libel suit against Garrison. Novel said he will include the financial backers of Garrison in the suit. filed. r Newsweek magazine charged ^Monday that Loisel attempted ,'.to bribe Alvin Beauboeuf, a former roommate of the late ^David W. Ferric, to "fill in the "facts" about Ferric. The "-magazine said Loisel offered 'the 21-year-old New Orleans "man $3,000 and a job with an Airline. 1 Beauboeuf, through his law- ;yer, confirmed the bribe at"tempt portion of the Newsweek ·story Wednesday. " Garrison claims Ferrie, Clay ·Shaw, a New Orleans business"man; and Lee Harvey Oswald 'plotted to kill the President. · ' B u r t o n Klein, Beauboeuf's Jawyer, said Wednesday the Magazine's claims about his "client were true. But Garrison ^publicized an affidavit signed by Beauboeuf in which he denied ·he was bribed and said the Idistrict attorney's office only .urged him to tell the truth. ." Garrison said Thursday the 'Central Intelligence Agency ;(CIA) is paying Klein and Setve :Plotkin, who represents former 'New Orleans nightclub owner Nursing Home Week Planned Tucsonians have been invited by Gov. Jack Williams to visit by Gov. Jack Williams to visit nursing homes in this area during Nursing Home Week, Monday through next Saturday. There n o w a r e 47 nursing homes in Arizona providing a total bed capacity of 2,400. In addition to medical, nursing and personal care, many of the nursing homes offer physical and occupational therapy. A Tucson firm will be honored May 22 In Phoenix with the appearance of an assistant U . S . s e c r e t a r y o f commerce--who is a former Tucso- nian. Lawrence C. McQuade, a g r a d u a t e of Tucson High School, will be guest speaker at the 8 p.m. dinner of the Arizona World Trade Association, which will honor Burr-Brown Research Corp. of Tucson. Burr-Brown's president anc founder, Tom Brown, w i l l be presented the President's "E" Award for export development. T h e c o m p a n y w a s cited r e c e n t l y for "outstanding achievement in the field of foreign trade." James M. Leinenkugel, head of The Arizona Bank's international department, is retiring president of the AWTA--a state association formed two years ago to stimulate foreign trade. New officers will be presented Shop Arizona's FINEST VARIETY STORES For Value and Convenience SPROUSE - REITI 27 location! $«rvi You at the meeting in Phoenix. Howard Pepper, head of Burr-Brown's export department, is Southern Arizona vice- president of AWTA. NEWD.Q. SUPERHOLD Britain's Poet Laureate Is 111 ABINGDON, Englan, (UPI)-John Masefield, 88, Britain's poet laureate, is seriously ill at his Abingdon home, his daugh- te- said today. "He is very ill and very weak," said Judith Masefield. "His state is serious." She said Masefield had suffered from a bad heart for many years. 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It has an accurate zero- center tuning meter and a special light goes on to show when you're receiving an FM Stereo broadcast. The Twenty's solid-state amplifier has a peak power output of 100 watts. The Twenty has a custom-built automatic turntable specially designed for KLH by Garrard, with a famous Pickering V-15 magnetic cartridge with diamond stylus. . The Twenty has a pair of KLH-designed full performance loudspeaker systems. And everything is factory-balanced; designed to ""There's"no special installation needed. You |usl connect the speakers via convenient jacks, to the Master Control Center. Plug in the system and you're ready to go at 16, 33 J /3, 45 or 78 rpm s. Listen to the Twenty today for the sound you want tomorrow. The KLH Model Twenty complete with oiled walnut cabinet finish--$399.95. (The KLH Twenty Master Control Center measures 18V4"W x 4"H x 14"D. Each two-way speaker system measures 23/a"H x 11%"W x 9"D.) 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