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May 26, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 26, 1961 —

`American Nazis' Kept on Go







American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln lice which headed them out of town. Stated
Rockwell's "hate bus" leaves a Montgomery, object of the anti-Negro, anti-Jewish Nazi
Ala., service station under the watchful eye of Party is to stir up trouble in the already
National Guardsmen, under escort of State po- troubled area.

Eichniann Trial Brings Bitter Memories to E x-POW Sonny Eliot

Sony Eliot, an ever-cheerful
television weatherman, can re-
call days not so cheerful as
published testimony continues
to pour out of the Jerusalem
courtroom where Nazi Adolf
Eichmann is being tried for the.
mass murder of 6,000,000 Jews.
Eliot, who was an Eighth Air
Force flier in World War II,
was captured by - the Germans
in 1944 and interned in a POW
camp in Barth, Germany.
As Pennsylvania Supreme'
Court Justice Michael A. Mus-
manno, who was a judge at the
Nuremberg war crimes trial,
testified in Jerusalem, all cap-
tured fliers of Jewish descent
were ordered liquidated by Eich-
mann. Eliot, who fit the re-
quirements because of his Jew-
ish descent, was on the list
marked for death.
Eliot's family name was
Schlosberg, which happens to
be the name of a Lutheran
town in Germany. Hoping the
Nazis would assume he was
Lutheran, he gave out no in-
formation, he said, but merely
told them his name, rank and
serial number.

"DAYEIN

When Eliot was finally asked Eliot said.
"I was a little slow and
the inevitable' question, Was he
Lutheran?, he replied yes, and everything was gone when I
was separated from the other started looking for some
memento." He began riffling
Jewish fliers.
to
Eichmann • issued the death through the camp
find came
a souvenir,
order in December, 1944, and Eliot
acros
own name
all the Jewish POWs were told But altho
h his grand-
to pack up "for a trip." But parents were
ted as German-
the Russian allies broke
hough he had
born, and
through first.
thought
"All the prisoners started ism
had hi
f r se of Luther -
led the Nazi
picking up souvenirs in the personnel
card con ine
camp, guns, flags and . every-
thing else they could carry," big bloc letters, `JE ."

Eichmann Ghost in Cuba

The ghost of Adolf Eichmann,
now on trial :n Jerusalem for
the slaughter of six million
Jews, hovers over the American
continents.
Citizens the world over, now
enlightened to the era of the
holocaust masterminded by the
fanatic Nazi, were astounded
recently with the announcement
that another and present day
tyrant had adopted one of hi
schemes.
As barbaric as was Ei
mann's proposal to tr
lives for trucks during
Second World War,
Castro's like offer (the
of 1,000 Freedom Fighte
500 tractors) is the mo
palling in light of whenc
plan was inspired.
Comparison of the two
made first in public by Sena
George Smathers (D., Fla.) in
Washington. Said Smathers:
"Americans will be sickened
by this man's (Castro's) utter
contempt for the value of the
human person, but they will
want to save the lives of these
men (those captured in the
abortive attempt- to free Cuba
from the dicthtor).
"It is a queer twist of history
that the world is now watching
the trial of another man who
proposed the trade of human
lives for machines. The cold
offer of one million Jews in re-
turn for 10,000 trucks which
Adolf Eichmann made 16 years
ago has been repeated on a
smaller scale by Fidel Castro."
The difference between the

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BY HENRY LEONARD

to bring ore •tu-
necessar
dents in i the - rabb. al eld.
stu-
shows that
The sury
dent bod at the U ersity's
Theol cal Semi-
Rabbi Elch•
is for Or-
ins
nary, which
thodox congrins , declined
from 160 in 1956 to 92 in 1958,
but rose again last fall to -111.
Posing the question whether
the post-war surge of religious
feelings is coming to an end, the
Times survey establishes that
"there are signs that it is." It
supports this assertion by point-
ing out that _`!Protestant, Catholic
and Jewish leaders find they are
unable to attract enough youth
to religious vocations."
"It is feared," the Times
stresses, `_`that the popular in-
terest in religion may dissipate
before it can be captured and
transformed into meaningful
aiths." Giving fig-
gain
of rabbis and
ur on the sho
the paper
inical studen
oups are
ays that the Jewis
"accepting the shorta of rabbis
as a continuing fact," ttributing
cif ly
the fact
the situa
on moves
that e
creased the
to th
numb of ynar gues and
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