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September 06, 1963 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 8

Friday, Sept. 6,

West Germany Interior Ministry
Defends Nazis in Security Posts

In the end of days . , . the
people shall beat their swords
into plowshares –. . . and nation
shall not lift up sword against
nation; neither shall they learn
BONN, (JTA)—A spokesman
war any more.—Isaiah 2:4.
for the West Gem in Interior
Ministry defended file employ-
ment of former Nazi SS offi-
cers in a government intelli-
gence unit with the comment
APPLICATIONS FOR
that they had proved themsel-
ves valuable.
ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
The agency involved is the
On New or Existing Homes
Cologne office for the Protec-
tion of the Constitution, a unit
QUICK SERVICE
of the Ministry with respon-
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sibility for guarding internal
FRANKLIN
security. Indicating that no ac-
MORTGAGE CORP.
tion would be taken, the Minis-
Approved FHA Mortgagee
try spokesman said that the for-
915 First National Bldg., Det. 26
mer Nazis had played "a large
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part in uncovering some of the

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Call BR 3-0570 — BR 2-3906
or visit the Synagogue Office.

B NAI DAVID SCHOOL

Sunday and Midweek
Hebrew Classes

For boys and girls

3rd grade and up

also Sunday School for
Kindergarten, First, and Second
Grades with Hebrew-enriched
program

Will Meet at McKinley School

1 block west of Southfield Rd.
2 blocks south of 10 Mile Rd.

ALL CLASSES
BEGIN SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1963

Transportation Provided
Non-Members Accepted

Register NOW at Synagogue office

24350 Southfield Rd.

EL 6-8210

Eshkol Proposes Galilee Development

JERUSALEM (JTA)—A com- Levi Eshkol. The program,
prehensive regional develop- scheduled to start, in two
ment scheme for the central months, would establish about
Galilee region was presented to 40 agricultural villages and
worst security cases."
The spokesman also said that the cabinet by Prime Minister seven rural centers.
the Western allies had also em-
ployed former Nazi "trustees"
in their intelligence networks.
BUY THE
The Interior Ministry issued
BEST—PAY LESS
a statement saying that mem-
WITH
bership in "certain" Nazi or-
ganizations did not imply the
guilt of individual members.
The statement quoted findings
of the Allied Nuremberg war
crimes trials in 1946 that some
ALLEN CHARNES
members of the SD (Security
Police) had only been "nominal
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members" of the SS "for ad-
ministrative purposes" and said
that the general accusation
against the SS as a criminal or- •
ganization did not apply to •
• •
AMERICA'S No. I
them.

100% PURE
The spokesman said that few- •
er than two per cent of the •
BEEF
PRODUCTS

agency's 858 members were for- •
• •
mer Nazi security men.

I

MILT or ALLEN

Barnett Pontiac

smee•s••••••••••••••••••••••s
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Guggenheim Named
for International
Court of Justice

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

• •


• • •

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• •


UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.—
Paul Guggenheim, a prominent
U. S.
INSPECTED
Swiss Jewish attorney was nomi-
AND PASSED BY
DEPARTMENT OF
nated Tuesday for membership
AGRICULTURE
on the International Court of
EST. I
Justice.
The General Assembly, to :SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO 8, IA:
open its sessions here Sept. 17,
will vote on five vacancies on
the 15-Member court for terms
beginning next February. There
are about 20 candidates for the
five juridical posts.
Dr. Guggenheim, who is 63,
has been prominent in various
international arbitration affairs
for many years. A native of
Zurich, he has studied at the
universities of Geneva, Rome
and Berlin. He is a former
chairman of the Federation of
Jewish Communities of Switzer-
Served at bar mitzvahs, brunches, barbecues,
land.

• •

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European Convention
on Rights of Man Is
Invoked Successfully

BRUSSELS, (JTA) — The
European Convention on the
Rights of Man was successfully
invoked here by a Jewish claim-
ant who had been denied un-
employment insurance because
his religious convictions for-
bade him to appear at the un-
employment office on Saturday,
as required by the local regula-
tions.
The regulations require an
unemployed person seeking

benefits to report to the labor
office daily, Monday through
Saturday. The claimant told the
court he appeared 1VIondays
through Fridays but could not
appear on the Sabbath. He
charged that he was being dis-
criminated ...gainst on religious

grounds.
The court ruled in the claim-
ant's favor, citing Article 9 of
theConvention which states
that "freedom to practice a re-
ligion cannot be subjected to
any restrictions other than
those necessitated • by public
order and public security." The
ruling was considered a prece-
dent holding in all other coun-
tries signatory to the conven-
tion.

Pennsylvania Schools
Warned on Prayers

oat crackers, canapes, cucumbers,

in salads, sandwiches, smorgasbords,

with boiled potatoes, chilled tomatoes,
or straight from the jar.

HARRISBURG, Penna. (JTA)

— Public school officials in
Peansylvania w ere warned
against conducting group Bible
reading or prayers in a sweep-
ing ruling from Attorney Gen-
eral Walter E. Alessandroni.
The Attorney General held
that devotional services were
banned in schools "whether or
not they were required or per-
mitted by school boards, admin-
is t r at ors or teachers, and
whether or not the pupils en-
gaged in the practices volun-
tarily, or even with the express
.written consent of their parents."

VITA HERRING
Is CATCHING
ON FAST

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