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January 05, 1962 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-05

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Kennedy Advisor Gives Opinion
Soviets Endanger Mid-East Peace

Israelis Urge Trial of Globke an

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—he ar-
rest , and trial of State Secre-
tary Hans Globke, principal
aide to Chancellor Konrad Ade-
nauer of West Germany, and
General Adolf Heusinger, chair-
man of the military representa-
tives committee of NATO, was
urged by the Organization of
Former Anti-Nazi Partisan
Fighters.
The Organization urged the
action against the two Ger-
mans, accusing them of sharing
in the wartime mass murders

the Israel Foreign Ministry - and
visited Israel defense installa-
TEL AVIV — Dr. Henry Kis- tions. He also had talks with
singer, professor of government Deputy Defense Minister Shi-
at Harvard University and ad- mon Peres.
visor to President Kennedy on
He said there was no secret
nuclear weapons strategy de- about his opinion that the flow
clared here Tuesday, that "Is- of new Soviet arms to the Mid-
rael and the United States have dle East was "a provocation to
a parallel interest in the Middle stability and endangers peace
East. Both are interested in here." He said he was totally
stability and in the prevention opposed to arming Middle East
of outbreaks of hostility."
nations with nuclear weapens
Declaring he was expressing which he said were inappropri-
his "private views" a "a pro- ate to such small countries.
Eshkol Urges End
fessor," Kissinger made his
"I do not think that nuclear. to Rumors Israel's
comments at a press conierence weapons is the answer to Is-
before he departed for India rael's problems today," he
Money Devaluated
after a-six-day visit to Israel.
stated. "If, however, the Arabs
Despite the unofficial nature would be in possession of sue
to The Jewish News)
of • his visit, the nuclear wea- arms, I. would reverse my
JERUSALEM—Fi
I in-
Nut: specialist was a gueSt of ion."
ister Levi Eshkol,
in denied
categorically T e s d a y that
there would be any devaluation
Paris Views New Soviet-E S
of Israel's ency.
t
He
the sta ement be-
re
arting
a for
Arms Pact as Threat to eace
tates,
ing
PARIS, (JTA) — The re-
By
tarting the art
no d
tion
porteIl Soviet - Egyptian wea- race" in e Middle East, N
,o put
end to
pons agreement, under which ser "w ngly engaged"
sue rumors.'
Egypt is to be provided with country
d the entire Mir e
During his visit to
ed
additional Soviet submarines East in he cold war, the States, he will •
conomic
and MIG fighter planes in ex- French le r said. It expressed and fina •
• ems with of-
change for use by Soviet fleet doubts that
yptian bases had f* •
private financial
units of Egyptian naval bases, been made
ers. He will also participate
was termed by French officials Soviet naval forces u consid- in s the current United Jewish
-as a serious threat to peace not ered that various installations Appeal and Israel Bond cam-
only for Israel but for the will be built by Egypt which paigns. Before returning to
entire was
area.
"may be useful some day to Israel, he will visit several
It was emphasized that the Soviet bloc."
European capitals.
France has consistently taken
the • position that President
Nasser of Egypt represented
one of the most dangerous
threats to Western influence
in the Middle East and North
Africa. The reported agree-
ment was viewed today by
French officials here as confir
mation of that judgment.
The French press expressed
concern editorially about the
possible consequences of the
reported Soviet - Egyptian un-
derstanding. The Aurore de-
clared today that "we hope
that our American friends will
now finally realize the blunder
they made five years ago when
they saved the Egyptian dic-
tator during the Suez cam-
paign."
(In Washington, the State
Department continued, to state
that it received no information
from its diplomatic representa-
tives in Cairo on the ,reported
Soviet - Egyptian arms pact.
State Department officials said
that they know nothing more
about the pact except the news
carried by the hewspapers.)
Obesrvers in Paris anticipate
that the stiffening French atti-
tude toward Nasser would he
expressed in increased aid to
Israel. The influential Le
Monde asked whether the
United States intended to adopt
a Middle East policy which
would be ,"something else than
a constant submission to black-,
mail."

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

of European Jews. Las ecem- free world. They urged the
ber, the Soviet gover ent de- bringing to s •
all Naz•
manded the extradit of Gen.
al
ssed
Heusinger, who h his head-
that e
chma
quarters in -Washi ton, D.C., wo
"in-
p an
on those charges.
atio
m g of the
s."
The organization
nounced the "campaign aimed
at preventing" the execution of
former Gestapo colonel Adolf
GEORGE OHRENSTEIN
Eichmann who was sentenced
Certified Master Watchmaker
Dec. 15 to be hanged "after his
and Jeweler
conviction of having had a key
18963
LIVERNOIS
UN 1 8184
role in the Nazi genocide.
THE FINEST JEWELRY,
Seven organizations of con-
WATCHES AND SERVICE
centration camp survivors and
South Of Seven
partisans meanwhile joined in
OPEN THURS. to 9
an appeal in Hebrew, English
and French, addressed to the

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

DAR ES SALAAM—Two
scholarships have been awarded
by Israel to enable Tanganyi-
kan journalists to study news-
paper techniques and produc-
tion methods in Israel, Rafael
Ruppin the Israel Ambassador
to Tanganyika disclosed Wed-
nesday.
The scholarships were ar-
ranged in response to a request
to the Ambassador from R. M.
Kawawa, Tanganyikan Minister
Without Portfolio, for help for
Tanganyikan journalists to
study modern news-gathering
and production methods.
The envoy said that the
scholarships provide for two
journalists to be assigned to
the Jerusalem Post for a two-
month study period. The schol-
arship winners will receive
pocket expense funds while in
Israel.

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