Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 2
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PAGE: mem« cli*. mitun Pon Of (!c«, Tuoon, Artion* T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 TERROR STEPPED UP T^* 1 ^ *O 4- TkKKUK amrrrjj ur Lichmann s Capture Seven Frenchmen Shot Cloak-Dagger Plus By Algerian Gunmen By SAM SUMMERLIN ] BUENOS AIRES, Argentina--i» | --Hie hollow-cheeked, droopy- j nosed man with the haunted look! of fear stepped from a bus in a ; Buenos Aires suburb, j He was one of a crowd of early J evening commuters, on his way i home from work to his wife and i family. He never arrived. ; Suddenly a car darted out of j traffic. The man was dragged! inside and whisked off. j Informants said this was the end cf the 15-year manhunt across the world for Adolf Echmann, a Jew- killer of the Hitler era. Israel, which now holds the 54- year-old former colonel of the Nazi SS, has announced Echmann j will stand trial for hit part in the extermination of the lix million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis. Israel has clamped a cover of ·ecrecy on how its secret agents tracked down the war criminal. The generally accepted story is that he was trapped in Argentina and rushed out of the country May 12 or 13 on the plane that had brought Israel'! delegation to the Argentine independence anniversary celebrations. Argentine Foreign Minister Diogenes Taboada said last night an investigation is under way and a formal protest will be made to Israel if it is found out that Eich- BJann was kidnaped in Argentina. Reliable sources said that the fugitive Nazi had lived a life of fear on the run after Germany's defeat in World War IT. They laid he apent the last eight years in Latin America. Informants painted this postwar picture of the once arrogant Nazi' ·lite guard colonel: "He was always on Hie man'... he traveled from country to country, from city to city. He changed jobs, he changed names. But wherever he went, he lived con- itantly in fear of being killed. "He probably *aw assassins ·round every corner . . . He grew gaunt nervous and bald. He tried to shroud hit We in modest obscurity. "He had few acquaintances. Even with his Nazi friends he used a false name. He pretended he wai Richard Krumey, one of hi* accomplices during the war. "Af tte yean rolled by, he be- i gan to cling more and more to j the hope he would be forgotten. j But hi» terror never really tub- port and Israeli agents followed her to her husband's hideout in Latin America. ; Eichmann kept his identity from his own son, Klaus. 25, who IB ; married and lives in a Buenos i Aires suburb. The younger Eichmann thought his father di?! in 1945. His mother introduced him to a man who called himself "Uncle Ricardo Clement"--but he never knew it was his father. Ricardo Clement was one of several aliases Eichmann used. Eichmann reportedly came to Argentina from Spain in 1952 with documents describing himself as a displaced person. They were issued by rhe Italian Red Cross through a Vatican relief agency. He worked first with a German- Argentine survey firm in Tucu- man, northwest Argentina, under ' the name of Ricardo Clement. He · moved to Bra7.il, where he worked on a ranch; then Paraguay . . . i back to Argentina . . . Bolivia . . . back to Argentina again as a supervisor on a truck farm in the interior. About two years ago he moved back to Buenos Aires to live with his German-born wife and their four children. He was working as a clerk in an automobile factory. PARIS--UPI-- Algerian Moslem rebels may be stepping up terrorist activities in France because the French Army is beating them in Algeria, police said today. Seven Frenchmen have been shot on Paris streets this week, two of them fatally, by Algerian gunmen. Such shootings have been rare in recent months and up to now they have almost always in- ( volved persons tied in with the; I Algerian war. ' None of the victims of the new I wave of shootings had any con- ] i nection with the war or the rebels. jThey included a cafe owner, a printer, an industrialist, a traffic policeman and a police inspector. : Police said the killings could be · aimed at dramatizing the North ; African problem in France at a i time when rebel activities in Al- geria were reduced by the French Army. j Another police theory was that! there were conflicts between the moderate rebel elements, who seek a political solution to their independence aims, and the extreme militarist faction. According to this line of reasoning, the extremists staged the attacks to strengthen their position and" force a French defeat on the Algerian issue by starting a wave of terror at home. The De Gaulle government was i faced with other home front trouble. The nation's civil servants, mailmen, and teachers have called a one-day strike for June 10 to force action on pay raise daims. Their call followed a 300,000- man walkout by railwaymen Tuesday. French m e t a l workers planned a week-long strike June 6. In all cases the basic complaint was the same. The unions followed the government's request to hold the wage level and aHow it time to stabilize the economy. But workers were beginning to feel their wages would be frozen for a long time unless they exerted pressure now. US Workers On Leave Should Sign Government employes on leave from their jobs are urged to contact their employing office during June so they can register under the new Health Benefits Act The request was made yesterday by the 10th U. S. Civil Service Region office, Denver. The new act gives civilian em- ployes of the government an opportunity to enroll in one of several health protection plans. The plans offer insurance against the cost of hospital and other medical care. A spokesman wu'd employes on extensive leaves of absence may not receive the necessary information before the program begins July 1 unlew they contact their agency. ··· COOL QUEEN"TM"" 1 Auto Refrigeration Completely Installed Unconditionally Guaranteed NEASHAM SERVICE CENTER 124 5. Churry, off Sway. __ Phone MA W5H ^^^ r»v?ii ·** '259 Eichmann wa« probably fingered inadvertently by his wife, j Vera. Vienna reports say ahe | turned up in Linz, Austria, In j IMS to renew her Austrian pass- "TUCSON'S STOH OF FtKNOlY An Ideal Gift For Father on His Day a precision designed WEATHEROMETER Accurately indicates changes in atmospheric moisture and tern* peroture. Sensitive movement of unique design responds to slightest change*. Traditionally styled frame is richly grained in mahogany tones with a contrasting gold color easy-to-read dial. Easily adjustable for precise recording and certified accurate by the Springfield Instrument Company. 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