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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-29

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remained in Tel Aviv when her tations were reported Monday
facilities and ample hotel ac- husband left for Argentina, and Tuesday in Buenos Aires
commodations for the foreign giving rise to hopes of his early and shouts of "death for the
return. However, she joined the Jews" were heard.
press.
The Cabinet empowered envoy in Buenos Aires soon Stiff Argentine Note
Minister of Justice Pinhas afterward.
Israel has formally rejected Refuses Israel Apology
Rosen to formulate an amend-
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) —
an Argentine insinuation that
ment to the Advocates Ordi-
In a stiff note, the Argentine
nance to permit non-Israeli the El Al airliner which took government disclosed that on
attorneys to defend non-Israeli an Israeli delegation to Argen- July 14 it had asked Israel Am-
persons accused of certain tina to celebrate the 150th bassador Aryeh Levavi to tell
crimes. The amendment will anniversary of the Argentine the Israel government that Ar-
enable Nazi war criminal Adolf Revolution was used to smug - gentina was not satisfied with
gle , Nazi criminal Eichmann
Eichmann, now awaiting trial
the July 4 note in which Israel
out of Argentina.
in Israel, to obtain the services
again apologized for the abduc-
of Cologne attorney Robert
The insinuation was continued tion and asked Argentina's
Servatius as defense counsel. in the Argentine note, handed understanding of the moral is-
Argentina's act of declaring to Israel Ambassador Levavi sues involved.
The Argentine note pointed
the Israeli Ambassador Arieh July 19, in which the Argen-
Levavi as "persona non- tine government r e j e c t e d out that the Israel July 4 letter
grata" and ordering him to Israel's apologies for the abduc- had cited statements by the
leave the country in retalia- tion of Eichmann, and de- British, United States and
tion for Israel's seizure in manded Eichmann's return and French delegates in the Security
Buenos Aires of Adolf Eich- punishment of his abductors. Council debat- to the effect
The Israel rejection of the that the Eichmann incident
mann was strongly criticized
here. The entire Israeli press charge concerning the El Al could be considered closed.
pointed out that the act is airliner was made when Gideon However, the Argentine gov-
contrary to the decision of Raphael called in Colombo and ernment stressed, before the
the United Nations Security made the rejection.
Security Council vote on the
In the report on that meeting, resolution, that the Argentine
Council on the Eichmann
it was declared that Raphael delegate, Dr. Mario Amadeo, had
issue.
Eduardo Colombo, the Argen- told Colombo that "the Israel made a statement noting that
tine charge d'affaires here, government finds itself obli- the delegate opinions being
called on the Foreign Affairs gated at this stage to declare voiced were personal A nd not
Ministry to give formal noti- there is no foundation whatever binding on the parties to the
fication that his government to the inference which might dispute.
The Argentine note then
had declared Ambassador Le- have been drawn from article
vavi persona non-grata. Gideon five of the Argentine note that cited the statements in the
Raphael, acting director gen- the Israel Embassy in Buenos Council debate made by Arkady
eral of the Foreign Affairs Aires might have acted in a Sobolev of the Soviet Union,
Ministry, who received Colombo, manner contrary to accepted Sir Pierson Dixon of Britain
and others which stressed the
expressed Israel's regret at the diplomatic usage.
"The Israel government states illegality of Eichmann's seizure
decision.
that the Israel request of May
The personal belongings of 16 for permission to transfer on Argentine territory. It com-
Garcia Arias, the Argentine on medical and humanitarian plained that, despite the long
envoy to Israel, have been grounds a number of passengers interval of time since the Eich-
packed and shipped to Buenos on the El Al plane which mann capture and United Na-
Aires on the ambassador's in- brought an Israeli delegation tions consideration of the case,
structions. The action was re- to the 150th independence day the Israel government has not
garded here as an indication celebration was in no way con- yet agreed to make the request-
of a final decision by the nected with the Eichmann af- ed reparation.
Argentine government not to fair."
Eichmann's Capture
send the ambassador back to
his post here.
Levavi Leaves Argentina,
Brings Book Flood
Ambassador Arias was called `Death to Jews' Cries Heard
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
(Special JTA Teletype Wire to
home for consultations soon
first of what is expected to be
The Jewish News)
after Israel disclosed that
BUENOS AIRES — Arieh a large number of books on
Eichmann had been seized in
Adolf Eichmann, Nazi war crim-
Argentina. The envoy's wife Levavi, the Ambassador, left inal who directed the mass
Tuesday for Israel via Paris.
He was greeted warmly at murder of 6,000,000 Jews, was
the airport by a group of local published in New York in a
Jewish leaders and was be- paperback edition.
"Eichmann, Man of Slaught-
sieged by journalists. The de-
parting envoy maintained an er," was published by Avon
attitude of affability in declin- Books. Dedicated "In Memory of
ing to say anything to the press Auschwitz," the book was writ-
ten by John Donovan, a former
representatives.
The Argentine Foreign Min- U.S. Intelligence Officer in
istry did not send anyone to Europe and the Near East. The
the airport—an omission which author, in his research for the
was considered an act of cour- book, interviewed school friends
tesy since normally any indiv- of Eichmann and men who
idual leaving persona non grata worked with him. The book
must be certified officially as traces the life of the Gestapo
having departed.
official from his youth to the
(Formerly Gassel's)
Dr. Shabtai Rosenne, the legal peak of his Gestapo career.
Carved out of the piney woods,
advisor to the Israel Foreign
Two other books on Eich-
a brand new 9 hole semi-pri-
Ministry, who arrived here last mann, also paperbacks, are
vate course adjoins Lewiston
weekend, will remain for a scheduled for publication this
Lodge—and beautiful flower-
week. It was reported unoffi- week. One is "The Case Against
rimmed courts for tennis play-
cially that he was working out Adolf Eichmann," an anthology
ers. These are just two of the
some kind of understanding edited by Henry Zeiger, an
unusual features at Lewiston,
a relaxer's paradise on the
with Argentine officials to re- American magazine writer, for
shores of gorgeous East Twin
solve the deadlock over the the New American Library.
Lake. Live in cool comfort in
abduction of Adolf Eichmann. The other is "Eichmann: The
individual cabins or the main
Several anti-Jewish manifes- Man and His Crimes," by the
lodge. There's also:

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British journalist, Coiner Clarke, tries in East Europe, but could
and published by Ballantine.
not obtain the necessary visas.
He did not specify which East
Communist Governments
European countries he sought
Bar Israeli Official
to enter.
Seeking Data on Eichmann
Commander Selinger said that
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israel during his stay in Holland, a
P o l i c e Commander Avraham hotel at which he stayed was
Selinger has been denied per- threatened with bombing.
mission to visit a number of
East European countries in con-
nection with his search for evi-
dence against Adolf Eichmann.
Commander Selinger, who
heads the Israel police unit
charged with investigating Eich-
mann's war crimes, returned
here today from visits to France,
England and the Netherlands
MURRY
where he said he found "valu-
KOBLIN
able material," mostly original
AVER
documents . relating to Eich-
TISING
mann's role in the mass killing
ART
of European Jewry.
The Israel police official re-
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Arabs Boycott Cyprus Exhibition;
Object to Israel's Participation

LONDON, (JTA) — All Arab
nations have decided to boycott
the forthcoming annual Cyprus
economic exhibition because
Israel has been invited to take
part, it was announced by the
Lebanese Foreign Ministry in
Beirut.
The influential Guardian re-
ported from Nicosia that it
appeared likely that Israel
would come out on top in its
competition with the Arab
states to win the favor of the
Cyprus Republic, slated for in-
dependence next month.
The Guardian correspondent
noted that Israel had much to
offer the Cypriots "in the way
of technical assistance and prac-
tical advice in the fields of

' education, medicine and general
administration."
There is plenty of scope for
trade exchanges between Israel
and Cyprus, the Guardian re-
port declared, with the Israelis
providing industrial and con-
sumer goods against the agri-
cultural produce of the Cyp-
riots, and with Cyprus the
natural playground for Israeli
tourism.
"But if the precedents of
Israeli enterprise among the
Afro-Asian countries are any-
thing to go by," the report
continued, "their main approach
to the young Cypriot Republic
will be on the basis of capital
and know-how for the establish-
ment of joint commercial and
industrial enterprises."

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7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 29, 1960

Israel Envoy Seeks Amity with Argentina

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