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July 07, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-07

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)--Israeli regime, Globke has insisted that
.riewspapers featured excerpts he had tried to help Jews, and
from the Nuremberg war crimes that he had known nothing of
trial protocol, showing that the mass executions of Jews
until after the collapse of the
West Germany's present State. Nazi regime.
Secretary, Dr. Hans Globke,
According to the newspapers,
had known about the Nazi mass however, the Nuremberg pro-
executions of Jews several years tocols cite Globke as admitti
before World War II ended. to an American prosecutor
r-
Globke, principal aide to West ing cross - examination
the
Germany's Chancellor Konrad Nuremberg trial, t
"well-
Adenauer, has denied such informed circles i
ermany"
awareness. After Adolf Eich- - knew of the mas
ecutions of
mann brought his name into the Jews from for
broadcasts
Eichmann trial defense here, and through
ord of mouth
last week, Globke stated in :an brought bac to the civilian
interview at Bonn that he had population
German soldiers
not learned until after the war on leave
om the Western
was over about_ the Nazi pro- -front.
gram for the annihilation of
Globke
also said during
the Jews.
the Nufm
g trials that he
Admitting that he had, in- thought tha
n addition to
deed, written the official, legal those Jews wh
commentary of the Nuremberg there were others kept in con-
racist laws under the ,Hitler centration camps.

.

Louisiana Judge, Kennedy Friend,
to Tell White House of Arab Views

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The that . Reggie had observed at
personal views of Arab leaders first hand the plight of the Arab
on Arab-America
ugees. -
be reported
r ' -n Ken-
gie's trip, according to
nedy by
e
R. Reg- auth itative sources, was in-
gie, of
owl
a.
form and unofficial, although
s d ribed here as a Kenn y had asked him to re-
St
onal.- riend" of Mr. Ken- turn
Washington with a per-
who has been quietly 'sit- sonal report for the White
Arab capitals in the
ke Hou
f Kennedy's re e
1 e to-
I appeared, from inquiries,
Arab heads of st
th the Executive Department
The St
e-
ght to avoid publicity of the
dined to
the Reg-
eetings between Reggie and
gie trip, ex
say he ha various Arab rulers. The Reg-
'delivered
ecture at Amm
gie undertaking was described
Jordan,
`the protectio of as consistant with a number of
the individual's rights • the current moves, some secret, to
American legal syst
and improve Arab - American rela-
m id tions.

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The
Eichmann case has served mainly
to confirm the impression most
Americans received 15 years ago
after the Nuremberg trials rather
than to shock them into a new
awareness of the horror of the
Nazi
o a
o Ame an pub
'pinion
on the Eichmann case
'.e by
the American Institute of
blic
Opinion—the Gallup Poll.
John Fenton,• managing editor
of the institute, reported to the
N. nal C m nity
elations
isor
majo
meri
minder
e
ce
heard 15
ago.
disclosed that
eness of
the trial among
merican pub-
lic had b
ceptionally high-
87
t—and noted that 71
cent of those polled thought
that the -holding of the trial had
served a useful purpose.
The poll showed marked differ-
ences of opinion as to whether
Israel was justified in putting
Eichmann to trial for the murder
of six million Jews before an Is-
raeli court. Thirty-five percent
said that trial by an international
tribunal, was preferable. An over-
whelming majority-72 percent
expressed the belief that Eich-
mann was receiving a fair trial.
Fenton said that on balance, if
the Eichmann trial had had any
reaction in American public opin-
ion, the positive aspects would
outweigh negative effects.

.

Israel's Largest Trade
Pact for Potash Export

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel
has just signed its largest single
foreign trade agreement, call-
ing for the export of $30,000,000
worth • of potash, aggregating
800,000 tons, it was announced
by Menahem Bader, director-
I Tiberias Hot Springs
general of the Israeli Ministry
of Development.
I
Still Curing Ills
The pact was entered with "a
I
Far Eastern country," Bader
Alter 2,000 Years
I In Israel, where past and said, without disclosing the
name of the country.
I present lie side by side, a hot
spa gives some 2,000
I springs
daily treatment for ills it helped
I cure thousands of years ago.
"Hamei-T i b e r i a," or the
I Tiberias
Hot Springs were de-
I scribed by a chronicler-traveler
Nasser Hussro (1042 C.E.) who
I wrote: "Cripples, paralytics,
I
I sufferers of chest afflictions,
those with skin diseases, use
I the springs to good effect."
An informative bookle t,
I "Tiberias
and Its Hot Springs"
I by Dr. M. Buchmann, describ
past and present curati
I the
powers of these "Wells
I Salvation" which flowed du
I
the prehistoric era, were
I tioned in the Bible (Jo
I
19:35) near the town of Ha
I and
I
were already noted
their curative powers duri
I
the Second Temple.
The naturally heated water
contain a number of minerals
I For example: BARTONETTES
and are radioactive due to their
I ASSORTMENT _ Continental • volcanic
origin.

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I continental
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Barton's Confections anc
Baked Delicacies Are Also
Available at Crowley's
Street Floor.

I

Swedish Jewish Body
Helps Observe 60th
Birthday of Premier

STOCKHOLM, (WJA)—Hillel
Storch, Karl. Bermann and Dr.
B. Kaplan called on Prime Min-
ister Tage Erlander and con-
veyed to him on behalf of the
Swedish Section of the World
Jewish Congress congratulations
on the occasion of his 60th
birthday.
In appreciation of Erlander's
friendly attitude towards Jewish
problems, and to the World
Jewish Congress in particular,
the delegation handed him a
Hebrew Bible with an English
translation bound in silver
originating from synagogues de-
stroyed in the Nazi era which
could not be rebuilt.

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