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July 15, 1966 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-15

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LBJ

Has Pledged Israel's Security, According to Eban

TEL AVIV (JTA) — President
Johnson has inspired confidence in
the continued United States com-
mitment to Israel's security. For-
eign Minister Abba Eban told the
dinner session of the first Jewish
National Fund of America convo-
cation here last night.
In this _way. the foreign minis-
ter said Johnson was continu-
ing the late President Kennedy's
regard for Israel. Mr. Johnson has
shown a full understanding of the
need to support Israel's security,
the Minister declared.
The Foreign Minister also stated
that Israel possessed sufficient de-
terrent force to make an attack on
it unrewarding. He added that "al-
though we are disappointed over
the progress toward a Middle East
peace, it is not unrealistic to con-
sider that the present tranquility
could be consolidated into a state
of co-existence" with the Arab
countries. He stressed the need
for intensifying solidarity of Jews
in other countries with Israel.
Mrs. Golda Meir, secretary of
the Mapai Party, told the 400 dele-
gates that Jews in the United
States and other countries failed
to realize the 'real needs" of Is-
rael. She said that American Jews
accepted and understood the in-
dustrial and other problems of

Israel needs additional Jews as

quickly as possible.
"We have ministers, an army,
police — practically everything
else — but we do not have enough
Jewish citizens," she declared "Do
we realize that this is the genera-
tion which, after 2.000 years, has
been given the opportunity to prove
itself?"
T e convocation's resolution
committee issued a strong appeal
for help in resettlement of the Gal-
ilee. The delegates made a declara-

lion of solidarity which pledged Eshkol Stresses Need f
or Merchant Seamen
"every resource we possess to
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
face and submarine units to carry
strengthen the ties between the
to The Jewish News)
HAIFA
Prime Minister Levi out its task of deterring any hos-
two great democracies — the Un-
Eshkol deplored Tuesday night the tile action against Israel's shores
ited States and Israel."
•and ships.
Speakers included Brig. Ezer fact that many Israeli merchant
Weizmann. former commander of ships still had to be manned by
the Israel Air Force. who empha- foreign seamen. He spoke at a
See NORM RUBY
sized the close ties between the festive Navy Day gathering here. 1 *
at
JNF and Israel's. army. He said
The premier said that Israel's
the JNF often was called on to sea strength depended not only on i I NORTHLAND FORD, t,
build new roads on Israel's fron- its warships but also on its mer-
10 Mile at Greenfield
tiers and to clear land for new chant fleet. He said the navy had
Oak Park LI 8-0800
Nahal settlements.
been strengthened both in its sur-1 7r**********************t



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Salesmen Suspected
of Forging Accounts in
Defense Ministry Case

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV = The arrest of a
number of manufacturers and sales-
men on suspicion of having sold
raw materials allocated by the
defense ministry for the 'manufac-
ture of military supplies was re-
vealed Wednesday by the police.
The police declined to identify
any of the suspects but said that
some were released after investi-
gation, some had to post bail and
two remained in custody.
Police said the men were sus-
pected of having forged accounts
and of having kept two sets of
books to cover the illegal sales.
The alleged irregularities oc-
curred several years ago and re-
oportedly involved metal allocated
to various producers.

Friday, July IS, 1966-9

ANK YOU FOR MAKING

Israel but did not understand that

BERLIN (JTA) — Dr. Horst
Fischer, 53, a member of Hitler's
SS and a former Auschwitz con-
centration camp doctor, has been
executed in East Germany for
"crimes against humanity," the
ADN, official East German news
agency, reported.
The report said he was sentenced
to death by the East German Su-
preme Court March 25; however
it did not reveal when the execu-
tion took place.
Dr. Fischer was accused of
selecting for extermination with
Zyklon B gas tens of thousands of
inmates of the Auschwitz camp
between November 1942 and Jan-
uary 1945. When he was arrested
last year, he was practicing medi-
cine as a country doctor under an
assumed name.
Meanwhile at Stuttgart, West
Germany, the prosecutor in the
trial of 10 former SS officers,
charged with the mass murder of
Jews in Tarnopol, Galicia, in occu-
pied Poland, reduced his demand
on the sentencing of Thomas Mas-
senberg, one of the defendants.
Prosecutor Rolf Sichting origin-
ally demanded life imprisonment
for murder. However, according to
expert testimony at the trial, Mas-
senberg is mentally deficient, and
therefore his participation in mur-
der in two cases should not be
considered an offense punishable
by life imprisonment.
The prosecutor correspondingly
reduced his demand to eight years
at hard labor for Massenberg, who
was leader of a work camp in East
Galicia.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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