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August 19, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-19

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TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Adolf Eichmann, the captured Nazi
leader who directed the annihilation of 6,000,000 Jews in
Europe, was brought again before a magistrate for another
extension of his detention warrant. These have been extended
every two weeks.
Minister of Justice Pinhas Rosen was reported as stating
that Eichmann will be entitled to demand a preliminary hear-
ing before the actual trial takes place. He indicated that the
Israel government would announce that foreign judges could
be present at the trial if they so desired. However, they would
attend only as observers. Any judge who would submit cre-
dentials showing that he represented a particular country
would be enabled to attend on that basis.
Attorney General Gideon Hausner confirmed a report_ that
the Ministry of Justice has invited a prominent American
Jewish lawyer who was a special adviser to the U.S. Attorney
General at the Nuremberg war crimes trial, to assist him in the
prosecution of Eichmann. However, he declined to furnish the
name of that lawyer since the latter has not yet officially
accepted the invitation.
In New York, it was believed that the lawyer invited to
assist the Israeli Attorney General was Dr. Jacob Robinson,
one of the world's outstanding experts on international law
who served as special assistant to Robert H. Jackson, Associate
Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, during the Nuremberg
trials. (Dr. Robinson, who came to the United States from
Lithuania in 1940, after the outbreak of World War II, declined
to comment on the report.)
Hausner said that when Eichmann is brought to trial he
be assisted by several other foreign attorneys.
It was emphasied here that two months have elapsed since
the Israel government had asked several East European coun-
tries if they were willing to cooperate in providing , material
for the Eichmann trial. No replies have been received yet, a
fact which is in marked contrast to statements in the press
of these countries that Eichmann must be judged and severely
punished.
Israel and Argentina will probably exchange new envoys
early in October, Shabtai Rosenne, legal adviser to the Israeli
Foreign Ministry, said Tuesday.
Rosenne, who returned to Israel from Buenos Aires, where
he restored amicable relations for his government, said that
all the Argentinian personalities he met—the President, the
Foreign Minister and the legal adviser to the Foreign Ministry
—expressed their desire to consider the Eichmann case as
closed and hoped for the restoration of friendly relations as
soon as possible.

lin elementary schools, from
the age of 10 up, will be taught
the dangers of Nazism and anti-
Semitism, and will be given a
complete history of the Hitler
atrocities • against Jews, accord-
ing to a new school curriculum
announced here by the city's
Ministry of Education.
The curriculum, which enters
into effect with the next school
year, will, according to the offi-
cial plan, "attempt to get down
to the very roots of Hitlerism,
show up anti-Semitism and
other persecutions, and tear
down false glorification of Hit-
ler and his regime."
On the 10-year-old 1 e v e 1,
teachers will explain to the
children the meaning of various

Zinder May Direct
New Israel Unified
Information Center

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — The govern-

ment has decided to set up a
unified information center, un-
der the auspices of the Prime
Minister's office, to coordinate
information activities of various
government departments and
public bodies, including the
press information office, the
publi_ relations and culture de-
partments of the Foreign _Min-
istry, the Kol Yisrael state radio
network, the public information
and civic education department
of the Ministry of Education
and the information department
of the Jewish Agency.
Harry Zinder, director of Kol
Yisrael, is expected to be ap-
pointed head of the center.

and the Red Cross. They will the equal treatment of all
be trld of the mass murder of men."
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centration camps.
Later, the history of persecu-
tions against Jews will be led
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back to Roman times and for-
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ward again to the anti-Jewish
atrocities committed by the
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Nazis. In higher grades, pupils
will be told about the Nurem-
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synagogue in Germany was at-
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In higher • grades, teachers
will go into today's laws in
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tution, indemnification a n d
compensation to Jewish victims
of Nazi persecutions.
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Rockwell's Trial Is Set for Aug. 26; Nazi
`Commander Sues Newspaper for $100,000

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

WASHINGTON — Georg e.
Rockwell will be tried on two
charges of disturbing the peace
pending, against him on Aug. 26.
This was decided Wednesday
by Municipal Court Judge
George B. Neilson, upon motion
of Assistant Corporation Coun-
cil Clark King.
The trial on charges of dis-
orderly conduct at a rally on
July 3, scheduled for Wednes-
day, will be held together with
the trial on similar charges
arising from a later incident.
Both hearings will now be held
jointly on Aug. 26, the date

which was previously set for the
trial on charges of "violating an
act of Congress," at a Nazi rally
on July 24, when Rockwell sig-
naled his troopers to attack the
hecklers.

Meanwhile the Nazi "com-
mander" has filed a libel suit
against the Washington Daily
News, demanding $110,000
damages. The News Tuesday
concluded a three-part series on
Rockwell and his group. The
News accompanied each of the
three stories on Rockwell with
an editorial remark saying that
the best way to handle Rock-
well, in the opinion of the

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Canadian Bill of Rights Outlaws
Racial, Religious Discrimination

OTTAWA, (JTA)—The new
Canadian Bill of Rights, adopted
unanimously by the House of
Commons, and without a re-
corded vote in the Senate, af-
firmed that the human rights and
fundamental freedoms the bill
enumerated "have existed and
shall continue to exist without
discrimination by reason of race,
national origin, color, religion or
sex."
The rights and freedoms so
guaranteed were listed as: "the
right of the individual to life,
liberty, security of the person
and enjoyment of property and
the right not to be deprived
thereof except by due process
of law; the right of the individual
to equality before the law and
the protection of the law; free-
dom of religion; freedom of
speech; freedom of assembly and

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association, and freedom of the
press."
The measure specified that ev-
ery federal law of Canada must
conform to the Canadian Bill of
Rights unless Parliament, by spe-
cial act, decrees otherwise.
The Bill of Rights has jurisdic-
tion only in the federal or Do-
minion field, not in the areas of
concern to the Canadian prov-
inces. As an act of Parliament,
it can be repealed by Parliament.
The preamble to the measure
affirms that "the Canadian na-
tion is founded upon principles
that acknowledge the supremacy
of God, the dignity and worth
of the human person and the po-
sition of the family in a society
of free men and free institutions."
It declared that "men and in-
stitutions remain free only when
freedom is founded upon respect
for moral and spiritual values and
the rule of law."

New Yeshiva to Be Established
in Connecticut Community
NEW HAVEN, Corm. (JTA)
— The Yeshiva Bais Torah has
acquired a building in West
Haven, near here for a semi-
nary and yeshiva, Rabbi Morde-
cai Yoffe, its dean, announced.

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3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, August 19, 1960

Welcome Foreign Judges as I Berlin Schools to Indoctrinate Against Nazism
WEST BERLIN, (JTA) — symbols like the Star of David, injustices, puts an end to the
Eichmann Trial Observers Children
attending West Ber- the Soviet star, the swastika Nazi cruelties, and strives for

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