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October 21, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-21

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American Jewish Leaders ExchangeCordial Greetin

(Continued from Page 1)
brother." Recalling the dark
days when, as Papal nuncio in
Istanbul, he received a Jeru-
salem Rabbi who came to• seek
help for Jerusalem Jews, he

said he and the rabbi talked for
two hours not as clergyman to
clergyman but as friends.
Pope John expressed apprecia-
tion for the work of the UJA
and the warmest feeling for the

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Jewish people. He said "
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the war, note
all children of the sam
ther. "because of this unstinting • ge
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The UJA de ates, in-
b. •
an
Open Monday & Thursday to
pressed by the P
's warmth,
Daily to 6
ap-
responded with s ling friend-
preciation for JD '
complish
liness even befo
the trans- ments, an
ed continued
lation was compl d. Later,
su
e agency's program. Classified ads bring fast results!
the 102 mission
bers
visited thi site of the
tine Caves massacre, and were
guests at a reception at the
Jewish Community Center.
Moses A. Leavitt, executive
vice-president of the JDC, out-
lined the work of the JDC in
European and Moslem countries.
Rabbi Friedman expressed the
mission's satisfaction with the
positive record of the JDC, say-
ing "It gives a feeling that UJA
money was well spent and did
the job for which it was in-
tended."
This view had eceived sup-
port ear
m a
Zel-
lerb
nited States Ambas-
r to Italy, when he lauded
the timeless flattery of
he welfare programs support-
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the • nion of Italian
Com-
munities, also tr-
e history
of JDC ai
e Rome Jewish
CO
. The JDC, he said,
bring life and hope to
Italy's stricken Jews even before
the end of the Second World
War. Aid by the JDC did not
cease with the end of the war,
Levi said, but continued long
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after when the welfare agency
stepped in to help Egyptian
refugees arriving in Italy during
BIRMINGHAM

the Sinai campaign crisis in 1956.
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Charles Jordan, overseas di-
rector of the JDC, in a report
on the agency's activities since

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Former Ribbentrop Nazis Listed
as Present W. German Diplomats

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

zeiger, on May 8, 1933. The cita-
tion read: "The task to which
•Adolf Hitler, as rebuilder of the
Reich, has been called upon is
so great that it would be neces-
sary to awaken and utilize all
forces so that for the sake of
Germany the chanCellor's gigantic
task will be successful."

FRANKFURT — A total of 69
members of the West German
Foreign Ministry are listed as
having served as diplomats under
Joachim von Ribbentrop, Hitler's
Foreign Minister, in a brochure
issued Tuesday by the leftist asso-
ciation of persons persecuted by
the Nazis.
The brochure charged that of
'10 West German embassies, 51
are directed by former Nazi
diplomats, and that more than 80
per cent of the higher rank civil
servants in the Foreign Ministry
served under von Ribbentrop.
The brochure named specific-
ally, among others, Under Sec-
retary Herbert Dittman, charging
he was seriously implicated in
the deportations of Jews during
the Nazi regime; Dr. Heinz
Truetzschler von, Falkenstein,
head of the ministry's cultural
section, who was charged with
having been a co-author of Nazi
propaganda literature; Hasso von
Etzdorf, head of Section West,
who in 1938 was a high ranking
Sturm Abetilling (SA) leader;
and Frau Susanne Simonis, West
German Consul in Glasgow, who
was accused of being a function-
ary of the Nazi women's associa-
tion.
The brochure published what
it described as exc- ar-
ticles written
ritz S
fer, West
man Minister
Justice,
e Regensburger

Mrs. Meir Slams
Arab Calumnies;
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tales about maps and • text-
books." "None of the foreign
diplomats in Israel, and
thousands of foreign v
rs
who come to the Kne , she
said, "had ever see
e map
of Israel's expansio
program
which the- Leba e delegate
said hung there, r one ,simple
reason—it does of exist and
never has exist
Mrs. Meir
Is -nosed of
charges about e condition of
Israeli Arabs
affirming that
all Israeli -A s "enjoy the
same nolitical
hts as do the
Israeli Jews."
Arab state,
she said, "can
' a t to the
achievement of a s
living for the masses of its
population that may be com-
pared favorably to the stand-
ard of living of the Israeli
Arabs."
Mrs. Meir - was most effective
in refuting Arab warning s
against Israel's alleged "colo-
nialism." She told the Assem-
bly: "We are proud of our
relations with these new states."
The Arabs know their charges
are nonsense, she said, "and
what is more important—the
Africans themselves know it is
nonsense. The leaders of the
African countries are not to
be frightened by meaningless
slogans."
In the entire United Nations.
the Israeli Foreign Minister de-
clared, there was only one_ in-
stance where member-states de-
clared openly that another mem-
ber-state had no right to exist
and should be put out of ex-
istence. "This is the position
loudly proclaimed by the Arab
States against Israel," she noted.
"Is this in keeping with the
Charter of the United Nations?"
she asked. "Is this in keepi
with the obligation tha
state takes upon itse
en it
is received into m
ership of
the United Natio
Can this or-
ganization overl
such a seri-
ous 'repudiatio
f the Charter?
My delegation ncerely believes
that the time
overdue• for •
organizatidn t
mind the Ara
states of their b
licrations "
The Israeli Forel,
concluded her address with a
fervent appeal for negotiations.
"Let us make peace," she said,
"pledge. ourselves to non-aggres-
sion and have our borders inter-
nationally guaranteed. We are
prepared. We ask the Arab
states to agree. When they do,
there_ will be a genuine prospect
of ending a conflict o: which the
world is weary, and of opening
up a new vista of progress for
our troubled region."
Musa Nasir, Foreign Minister
of Jordan, again mounted • the
Assembly rostrum "to cor-
rect some of the misrepresenta-
tions" he attributed to Mrs.
Meir. Rejecting the offer of peace
negotiations, he reiterated all the
old charges against Israel's "ag-
gression s, and added some
fresh allegations about Israel's
purported "persecution" of Arabs

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