Special to The Jewish News
JERUSALEM, Israel — There
were many Detroiters in Jeru-
salem during the past month. A
number of them had the oppor-
tunity to visit sessions of the
court trying Adolf Eichmann.
All of them were horrified
by. the calmness and indiffer-
Prof. Rosenthal Prof. Goetze Prof. McKenzie Rabbi Adler
ence of the accused Nazi.
"I have tried many criminal
Ancient literature of the Near part of the Borman Near East-
cases, including murder cases, East will be brought to life by ern Lecture Series will feature
but never have I seen an ac- an impressive group of noted talks on "The Wisdom of the
cursed, whose guilt is defin- scholars at the third annual East—Connections a n d Con-
itely established, act as calm- Wayne State University Con- trasts" and "Elusive Aspects
ly as Eichmann," Attorney Al ference on the Near East, Sun- of Biblical Literature."
May said. "Only a most brutal day through Tuesday. Under
At 10 a.m. Monday in the
mind can react as does Eich- chairman Ephraim A. Speiser, McGregor
chairman of the Semitics De- Cen
ofs. Kram an
Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, who
will discuss Sumerian
watched the trial's proceedings, Pennsylvania, the conference
garitic •"Epics." At the lunc
attended sessions, watched the. will center on the theme, "T
eon session presided over b
C. Allen n,--Si..-
drama over the closed circuit Literary Heritage of the N.
TV and heard the testimony East."
over Kol Israel, saw in Eich-
mann a criminal -mind that can
not be swerved from guilt. She evening Borman lecture• , and Univer y.
Carroll F. Deady of t
felt he is • being treated too afternoon sessions.
Besides talks by Semiti • au- Archdiocese of
, will de-
cordially, that in his mind, in
. mil .
his hidden countenance, he thorities from univers
sneers at judges, lawyers, the luncheon session on "Intertes-
0 owing luncheon, at 2:30,
Than the Pyramids,"
tamental Echoes" will feature
Others, too, believed that talks by such clergymen as Rabbi a lecture on Egyptian literature,
Eichmann is being given too Morris Adler of Cong. Shaarey will be delivered by Prof.
cordial a • setting, as
iticism" in the
"Elusive Aspects of Biblical
were some dou
Talmu , ery Rev.
Whittake director Literature" will be discussed
appreciation by of the Sc 1 of
heology at the public lecture in the
all of t
anner in which the (Episcopal) on "Demy ologiz- Community. A r t s Auditorium
d prosecution are con- ing of Scripture nd s Prob- 8:30 p.m. Monday. prof. John
- the case. "Le
lens";; and Rev. Dr.
ter Mar- L. McKenzie, S.J., of Loyola
z, professor, S ed Heart University, will speak on "The
tually put a
Se (R.C.) on "Early Poetry of the Old Testament"
mes of genoc
stian Monas- and Profs. Ginsberg and Speiser
will discuss "Wisdom Themes"
tong human b
ssions Sunday and and "J" respectively.
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Center will center on "From
the Land of Nimrod—Aspects
of Akkadian Literatur • "
dered by Prof
and a to on the " c of
testa ntal Echoes,"
Dr. G. Mer 1
Dire r of the
Michi n Council of Churches.
Fr. F. 'cksford Meyers, R
Church, will diver the invo-
The final session, beginning
at 2:30 p.m., will be "Neighbors
and Heirs," a discussion of Hit-
tite and Arabic literature by
Profs. Goetze and Rosenthal.
Closing remarks will be deliv-
ered by Dr. Randall M. Whaley,
vice-president for graduate stud-
ies and research at WSU.
UAR Jet Fighter
in Sinai Clash
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An Israel
military spokesman reported that
a United Arab Republic MIG-17
jet - fighter was shot down near
the Sinai border in the first air
clash in five months.
The spokesman said that four
MIG jets were seen approaching
the border into Israel air space
in central Sinai and turned back
in the direction of Egypt when
Israeli fighters approached. The
next morning two more MIGs
crossed over and were inter-
cepted. After a brief battle, one
of the MIGs was shot down, and
the pilot was seen parachuting;
and landing on the border, pre-
sumably escaping to safety.
Israeli fighters, on their return
to the base, said parts of the
wrecked MIG were seen a few
hundred feet from the border
inside Egyptian territory.
The last prior air clash oc-
curred Oct. 19 when Israel re-
ported a UAR MIG was damaged
over the central Negev.
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5 — TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, May 5, 1961
Noted Scholars Revitalize Ancient
Horrified by Near East Literature at Conference