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January 13, 1961 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday,- January 13, 1961 —

Sea Claims Lives of 42 Moroccan
Jews in Attempt t o Flee to Israel

ALGECIRAS, Spain — A. ship
carrying a contraband human
cargo of 42 Moroccan Jews on
their way to Israel sank Wednes ,
day off the coast of Cape Morro
Nuevo, claiming the lives of all
but three of the Spanish crew.
The victims, including men,
women and children, had fled
without exit permits from a 'point
near Melilla on the northern
coast of Spanish Morocco.
The overcrowded vessel was
gripped by high winds after only
10 miles of its voyage. It sank
within minutes from a bow leak
before a distress signal could be
given.
The bodies of 26 of the illegal
emigrants, including a two-year-
old boy and a five-year-old girl,
were recovered. There was little
hope the remaining passengers
would ever be found.
The surviving captain and two
crew members clung to one life
preserver for hours in the high
seas before their rescue by a
Spanish fishing boat.
Severe Moroccan restrictions
on Jewish emigration spurred a
number of the country's 20,000
Jews to try to escape to Israel.

nti-Semi

'Adena-uer Aide Faces Inquiry

Last August, 60 Jews were ar-
rested in their attempt to flee
without exit permits.

Congress Seeks Halt
to Victimizing of U.S.
Agencies by Arabs

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —Bills
to prohibit United States agen-
cies from imposing contractual
provisions which put ships trad-
ing with Israel at economic dis-
advantage, were introduced in
Congress.
The bills were prompted by
practices followed in the past by
the Navy which were consid'ered
a "surrender to the Arab boy-
cott."
Three Democratic members f
the House—Mrs. Edna F. y,
Herbert Zelenko of New ork,
and Thomas J. Lane of Mas chus-
setts—reintroduced bills pre-
vent any U.S. depart nt or
agency from entering o any
charter containing p visions
which would make ship wners
liable for expenses inc ed, if
their ships are penalized Arab
authorities for having trad with
Israel.

FRANKFURT; ( JT A) — Dr.
Fritz Bauer, prosecutor for the
State of Hesse, confirmed here
that a criminal investigation
has been launched into the war-•
time activities of Dr. Hans
Globke, West German State
Secretary and right-hand man
to Chancellor Konrad Aden-
auer. Reports that such a probe
was under way had emanated
recently from Communist
sources in East G e r man y,
Czechoslovakia and the Soviet
Union.
The
ey de ed
e At
rea
to r
• spe
s
fo
new probe. Globke w .
th ommentator of the Nure
rg race laws du ng e Na
use
regime, and has
in
of interpretin
their ap
fashion w i m
i u
har
cation o
German w
s, Sovie
ast
In rece
d zechosl • k au-
German
him of
ye accus
thorities
ith Adolf
direct coo eration
olonel who
Eichmann, the S
directed the e rmination of
uropean Jews,
the 6,000,000
ow awaiting trial
and who i
he Communist ac-
in Israe

cusers charged tha lobke im-
Nazi-occu-
plemented laws
ich prep
pied territories
the way for t mass mur
Jews.
A spoke an in the Ch n
cellor's of e told the Jewis
Telegraphi Agency that the •
vestigation gainst Globke was
only of a eliminary" nature.
The spoke an declared tha
Adenauer a Globke had •
libel charges e un-
identified persons who have ac-
cused Globke of preventing the

111.

Greek Jews
liberation o 0,
rav to countries
and
kesman said
abro
he
ad d ared he never
Gig
mann, and that
oundation for the
t the Greek Jews.
report a

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