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Jews

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Washington Reacts to U.S. Employment of Former Nazi General

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
United States Army authorities
informed the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U.S.A. that an
investigation has been launched
in the issue of the employment
by the United States of an ex-
Nazi general, whose remarks
about Jewish victims at- Dachau
caused an international contro-
versy.
The Defense Department re-
vealed that the German was
identified as Martin Unrein. A
possessor of Nazi military dec-
orations, he now holds the
position of supervisor of Ger-
man labor at the Dachau con-
centration camp site. In re-
sponse to JWV intercession,

Washington authorities have
ordered the U.S. Commander-
in-Chief in West Germany to
probe the full circumstances of
the case and Unrein's employ-
ment by the American military
establishment.
Lord Russell of Liver
u-
British prosecutor
trials,
remberg war cri
-
au to pa re-
cently visited
spects to its ctims. He was
is officia:
shocked wh
ex-General nrein, mad
paraging r arks, inclu
recommend on that the ite
ourists. U ein
be closed t
was quoted as
crematories were no
the Nazi regime, but had been

constructed after the war by
the allies.
The West German Embassy
in Washington informed the
JWV that German authorities
are also investigating to deter-
mine possi r slander
nrei .
t the
pointe
out
rman 'offic
empl e of
that Unrein was
ent
the United States Gover
tin-
and the question of his
ed plo ment was a
s m
meirl --
tt _ United S
to in-
ials pro
f
er e results of
e JW
way in the
action
case.

BEGIN

Celebrate 13th Anniversary of UN
Action Establishing Jewish State

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK—The 13th anni-
versary of the passage _ of the
United Nations resolutions for
the establishment of the State of
Israel was commemorated Nov.
29 with the participation of prom-
inent American and Israeli states-
men, with a ll by to
ran
rican
for a streng
Zion
movement to e
e the spiritual
unity of the Jewish people
throughout the world. The call
was coupled with pledges to in-
tensify th eff
aid to I el
guard it sec
Over
atte
$100 a late inner at the
Hotel proceeds to
ward
financing the
proj ects " of
the ZO
el. The event was
to honoring Abraham
Goodman of New York, pioneer
Zionist and chairman of the
administrative committee of the
ZOA, on the occasion of his '70th

Menachem

Reviews

"EXODUS — Leon Uris"
"EXODUS — Preminger"

birthday. A plaque of tribute was
Main Jewish Center
presented to Goodman by Max
Sunday, Jan. 22, '61
Bressler, of Chicago, ZOA pres-
Res: DI 1-2940, DI 1-6277
ident, "in appreciation of his life-
long devotion to the Zionist cause
and his leadership in the ZOA." Classified ads bring fast results!

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of Cochin

The Jews of Cochin in India are
the most remote Jewish tribe. The
whole of Cochin Jewry with the
exception of a few families, are to
be found today in Israel. This Jew-
ish tribe which for centuries was
far removed from a Jewish centre
preserved its tradition and yearn-
ings for Zion. It is, too, the only
tribe which itself defrayed the costs
of its emigration to Israel, sold all
its property and handed the money
to the Jewish Agency for the pur-
pose of transporting them to Israel.
Today there are Cochin Jews in set-
tlements in the Negev and Jerusa-
lem corridor, and some of them
have settled, too, in the cities.
The Jews of Cochin have no exact
history of their past. A fire which
broke out there destroyed all the
documents of the ancient 'Jewish
community. According to the tradi-
tion they possess, their origin is to
be traced to Jews who were exiled
from the homeland after the de-
struction of the First Temple. An-
other tradition has it that they are
descendants of Jews from Yemen
who reached India as merchants.
During the long period of exile iso-
lated Jews who were religious schol-
ars visited them occasionally and
taught them the Bible and Talmud.
They were for the most part schol-
ars from Yemen and one was even
a Polish Jew who landed there in
his searches for the Ten Tribes.
Cochin Jewry emigrated to Israel
not on account of persecutions.
Among the dozens of various sects
in India the tiny Jewish community
in Cochin attracted no attention.
Most of them were merchants and
artisans, some of them even mem-
bers of the free professions. Their
emigration to Israel was prompted
by an intense desire for Zion. Emis-
- saries from Israel reached them in
recent years and helped them to
make contacts with the Jewish
world. Today it is possible to see
in the settlements and villages of
Israel many immigrants from Cochin
who are recognizable by their dark
brown skin, going about as citi-
-zens with equal rights in the state
of Israel. Not one of them has gone
back and "gone down" to Cochin
and they have accepted the hard-
ships of settling down with love.
Translation of Hebrew Column
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)

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Why

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You are invited to call Mr. Leitman for a pre-
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one of the most important calls you'll make
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.

Grossman Is Named
a Member of Cabinet
in Ontario Province

TORONTO, (JTA) — Allan
Grossman, prominent Jewish
leader in this province, was
named Minister Without Port-
folio in the Cabinet of the
Province of ,Ontario. A member
of the provincial legislature,
Grossman is also a member of
the national executive of the
CanadianJewish Congress.

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