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November 04, 1960 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUS'ALEM—Neo-Nazi ele-
ments in West Germany and
possibly also a NAI internation-
al group are financing Eich-
mann in his forthcoming Israel
trial, in the opinion of a West
German parliamentarian who
visited here recently.
The West German legislator,
whose name was not disclosed,
discounted reports that Eich-
mann's wife sold 9e story of
his disappearance after the col-
lapse of the Hitler regime and
his seizure to an American il-
lustrated weekly for $20,000 to
pay for the defense.
The question as to who will
be paying the estimated $25,000
fee to Dr. Robert Servatius, the
Cologne attorney who will de-
fend Eichmann, has been in-
triguing many persons here.
The attorney has been vague
on this subject, saying only that
the Eichmann family was pay-
ing his fee. The family, how-
ever, is known to be without
such funds. •
It was reported that a de-
tailed charge sheet will be pre-
sented 'against Eichmann in De-
cember and the trial is expected
to get under way next March..

* * *

Bonn Not Paying
Nazi's Lawyer

BONN, (JTA) — The West
German Foreign Ministry insist-
ed that the Government is not
paying the costs of defending
Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi spe-
cialist in the mass murder of
Jews who is tO.face trial soon in
Israel.
The statement was made in
response to widely publicized
speculations throughout Germany
and Israel as to how the impov•
erished • Eichmann family was
meeting the heavy costs. It had
been pointed out that the Eich-
mann family said it had to bor-
row money for the relatively
small expenses involved in con-
ferring at Cologne with Dr. Rob-
ert Servatius, - attorney for Eich-
mann.
Intimations that the defense
bills were being met by the For-
eign Ministry's legal department
have been printed in Der Spie-
gel, of Hamburg, Germany's
leading illustrated magazine.
According to Der Spiegel, Rob-
ert Eichmann, Adolf's brother,
said at his home in Linz, Austria,
that he had not hired Servatius.
Instead, Robert Eichmann is
quoted as saying, Servatius "of-
fered" his legal services. • Serva-
tius' fee has been estimated at
100,000 - deutschemarks `(about
$24,000). Der Spiegel says that
Servatius enjoys "close relations"
with the Foreign Ministry's legal
department, and that the money
is "probably" coming from that
source.
In Cologne, Servatius told re-
porters that, during his recent
visit to Israel, he had found Eich-
mann "confident of a good out-
come of his trial." The attorney
said he would try to base his
defense mainly on evidence that
Eichmann had acted under or-
ders. He said he had been re-
ceived with "skepticism but
without animosity. A wall of
alert coolness surrounded me."
The Cologne attorney said
that, since assuming Eichmann's
defense, he had received numer-
ous threatening letters. He said
he had refused a- request to de-.
fend Ludwig Zind, a German
teacher convicted of anti-Semi-
tism, and now awaiting an extra-
dition ruling in a prison at
Naples, Italy. The request had
been made by Zind's son, Ser-
vatius said.
It has also been revealed in
Frankfurt, by Hessian State At-
torney General Fritz Bauer, that
an official of the local prosecu-
tion office will .attend the Eich-

mann trial. • Since 1956, the
Frankfurt prosecution office has
been in charge of investigations
concerning Eichmann, Auschwitz,
the . deportation of Hungarian
Jews and executions carried out
by the SS-Einsatz-Commandoes.
Another legal observer wil
also be sent to the Eichma
trial by the Central War C
Investigation Commiss
Stu ttgart-Ludwigsburg.
mission was create
ago to coordinate
war crimes inves

Wyandott Man Runs
for Secr ry,of Sta

A backs and of sery
Community escribes 44-yea
William E reger, candid
State.
Secretary
ed
Recogn on was first ex
when he was flamed
him in 1
young man of the
outstandi
Wyandotte Junior
year by
Commerce for his
Chamber
youth of the corn-
work with
8 Kreger w
munity. In
'Republican Con-
gress.- This was his first taste of
politics. Two years later he was
elected mayor of Wyandotte and
was re-elected in both 1953 and
1955. -

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September, 19
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13 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, No vember 4, 1960

Fisherm•n's Sentences Increased by Turkish Court
Suspect Nazis Are Financing Cost Israeli
among seamen and the Israel
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
forced farm labor.
to The Jewish News)
The new verdict evoked great Foreign Office, who had hoped
for Eichmann's Defense in March TEL AVIV—A Turkish Court surprise in Israel, particularly for a reduction in the sentence.

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