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March 10, 1961 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-10

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A pre-
trial conference of the court,
prosecution and defense decided
on the ground-rules for the trial
of Adolf Eichmann which will
open here April 11.
The court will sit in morning
and afternoon sessions Monday
through Thursday.
It will hold one session on
Friday mornings and recess over
Saturday and Sunday.
At the suggestion of Attorney
General Gideon Hausner, who
will be the chief pro:. utor, the
conference agreed on tie admis-
sibility as evidence of documents
in the original German or English
languages and complete transla-
tion into Hebrew will not be
required.
The three-man court will hold
a further session next week to
determine other court proCedures,
the question of language or lan-
guages to be used in the court-
room and whether or not photog-
raphers will be permitted to
work during the court sessions.
Dr. Robert Servatius reportedly
queried the propriety of partici-
pation in the trial of Judge Bin-
yamin Halevi in view of his
characterization of Eichmann, at -
" another trial, as "Satan." It was
understood that he accepted ex-
planations offered and the ques-
tion of Judge Halevi's participa-
tion was considered closed.
Israel Closes Bureau Which
Prepared Eichman Data
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israel's
famed Sixth Bureau, set up last
May to collect and prepare evi-
dence to be presented against
Adolf Eichmann for his crimes
against humanity and crimes
against the Jewish people, was
formally mustered out Sunday.
In its nine months of existence,
the bureau collected evidence
against the Nazi executioner on
three continents which will be
the basis for the charges Eich-
mann will be called upon to
answer when he goes on trial
in Jerusalem next month.
Inspector-Gene
lice Jo-
seph Nach •
took
last
parade of
staff
a
brief c
p
y at
Eichm
prison in the n
of Isr , and thanked the
n
for t
diligent wor
me
recording its
nd
gs
ex-
ing or
he bur
ugh 20
artmer
ned with
CO=
zl occupa-
or
here Nazis
ay have taken

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refuge. Its investigators had Ger-
man Foreign Office files and
other German archives weighing
more than 400 tons to sift
through as well as documentary
material supplied by other gov-

Court Overrules
Servatius Protest

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Dr. Robert
Servatius, the West German
attorney who will defend
Adolf Eichmann in the Nazi's
trial here next month, ex-
pressed stone objections Mon-
day to plans to televise the
trial proceedings.
He said that witnesses, re-
acting to the publicity of being
televised, would exaggerate
their roles in the European
holocaust as well as their
claims and charges against the
former Gestapo colonel ac-
cused of directing the exter-
mination of the 6,000,000
Jews of Europe. Bringing up
the subject at a pre-trial meet-
ing with the three judges who
will sit at the 'trial, Dr. Ser-
vatius contended that televis-
ing the trial would be i,eneath
the court's dignity.
Attorney General Gideon
Hausher, who will direct the
prosecution, replied that the
presence of the cameras wou
actually force witnesses
think twice before spea
Noting that the Nure
rg
trials had been filmed he
Attorney General said. th the
Eichmann trial as an ev
great historical. signifi
required being record
film.

ernments and anti-Nazi organiza-
tions. They also studied the
records of the Nuremberg and
other war crimes trials
Some of the information ob-
tained by the Sixth Bureau in-
vestigators dealing with war
crimes did not involve Eichmann
but other Nazi war criminals. This
material was sorted out and cata-
logued separately. In all, the
bureau questioned 120 witnesses,
of whom 49 are scheduled • to
confront Eichmann at his trial.
Commander Avraham Selinger
said that other witnesses may also
be called.
The veteran police investigator
said that the witnesses will be
people who came into direct con-
tact with Eichmann in Germany,
Austria and Hungary and Nazi
victims. He said no Nazi war
criminals would be called', to
testify against Eichmann, although
their testimony in other trials
may be introduced in the Jeru-
salem proceedings.
The catalogue of the _documents
connected with the Eichmann
trial makes a 200-page book,
Commander Selinger said
mann's statement alo
4
pages boun
o umes.
Only
, Deputy Corn-
man
Av er Lev, questioned
E"
ann during his long deten-
here. He met with the
risoner six ho
ay, 1
every day.
Eichrnann's
corded on
an. . ter tran-
scribed.
ed pages were
submitted o Eichmann for c
rection and signature.
The interrogation o
mann
ceased about two
s ago when
the charge
, the equivalent
of
ment, was presented

Air Adult Education Needs in Growing City.

"Urban Sprawl and Adult Editor Martin S. Hayden,
Education Needs in the Detroit Judge Edward S. Piggins, and
Metropolitan Area" will receive Psychologist Stephen B. Withey
expert investigation at the noon will discuss the needs of the ex-
meeting of District IV, Adult panding urban population faced
Education Association of Mich- with new economic and social
igan, Thursday at the Jewish responsibilities.
Non-mernhers of the Associa-
Community Center, 18100
tion also are invited to attend.
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Council to Act on Amendment,
Hear Address by M. Shapiro

"A Profile of the American
Jewish Community" will be the
subject discussed by Manheim S.
Shapiro, director of the American
Jewish Committee's department
of Jewish communal affairs at the
Jewish Community Council dele-
gate assembly,
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Israel.
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ish co
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les, activi-
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futui e of Jew-
ish organizations.
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Assembly will include considera-
tion of proposed ents to
the Council
stitution
in-
crease th
embership of
Council ecutive from
pr
ent 42 48 members:
Cou it Pre
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fer th
minces for
Council o and for members
of the executive committee. Addi-
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Assembly in May.
Members of the nominating
committee, in addition to Judge
Baum, are: Mrs. Mina Bargman,
Mrs. William Burke, Ben Harold,
Mrs. Joseph Maltzer, Dr. - Irving
Posner, Dr. Leonard Sidlow.
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael will be hostesses at a social
hour following the assembly.
In a communication to Senator
Patrick V. McNamara, Winkel-
man expressed the concern of
Council member organizations
with the 'plight of Moroccan
Jewry.

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9 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, March 10, 1961

Court Rules Set for Eichmann Trial
Procedure; 400 Tons Evidence Sifted

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