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March 22, 1968 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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3 Ex-Nazis Given Life Rusk's 'Restraint'
for Bialystok Killings; Advice Reported
JERUSALEM (JTA) - Foreign
12 'Small Fry' Freed Minister
Abba Eban has advised

U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk
that Israel's administration of
occupied Arab territories is the
most lenient possible under the
circumstances and that the ex-
propriation of land in East Jeru-
salem for new housing projects
was an urgent necessity in order
to provide decent living standards
for the population, the indepen-
dent daily Haaretz reported. Ac-
cording to Haaretz, Eban's state-
ment was contained in an exchange
of letters with Rusk. The latter
had written to him urging Israel
to exercise "restraint" in the for-
mer Arab territories it adminis-
ters. He also stated that the U.S.
does not favor unilateral measures
in Jerusalem that might prejudice
peace agreements and the city's
"international character," Haaretz
said.
The Rusk letter, according to
the newspaper, followed reports
that houses were being blown up
and extended curfews imposed on
Arab villages in the occupied ter-
ritories. Eban replied that these
were necessary measures taken
against terrorists and saboteurs
who were acting against the in
terests of a majority of the popu-
lation. He said that the return
to normal life in the occupied re-
gions and the resumption of farm-
ing, trade and crafts testified to
the wishes of the population not
to be involved in the acts of ter-
rorists whose sole purpose was to
disrupt peace and good order.
With regard to Jerusalem, Eban
pointed out that it was a "living
city" in addition to being a sacred
one. He is also reported to have
written that Jerusalem will never
be divided again. He called the
attention of the Secretary of State
to the fact that Israeli law has not
been imposed on occupied areas
under military governorship, indi-
cating that Israel considers those
areas subject to negotiation when-
ever the Arabs are ready to talk
peace. -
A man devoid of religion, is like
Egyptian responsibility for the
a horse without a bridle. - From current impasse in the peace-
the Latin.
seeking mission of United Nations
special envoy Gunnar Jarring was
stressed again by Eban in a report
to the Cabinet.
AVAILABLE AT
Attention was focused on warn-
ings issued only Monday on the
highest levels of government and
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by the Israeli representative at
the United Nations which held Jor-
MARCH 1968
dan fully responsible for the
stepped-up campaign of terror in
violation of last June's cease-fire
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agreements. Prime Minister Esh-
kol voiced" that warning in the
Knesset. Defense Minister Moshe
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Dayan and Army Chief of Staff
Chaim Bar-Lev declared at a press
conference that what exists now
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on the Israel-Jordan demarcation
line is not a cease-fire and Israel
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will not accept it as such. The
warnings by the prime minister
and by the military chiefs were
4. The Delta Factor
sounded before the bus mining.
observers wondered wheth-
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a system of barbed wire and
electronic barriers could really
6. Edgar Cayce, The Sleep- be effective against infiltrators as
long as the Jordan government
ing Prophet
gives _them shelter. They pointd
out that small border skirmishes
can escalate into wars, especially
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where the safety of civilians is
involved.
Generally it appeared here that
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one would not be in the least sur-
prised if Israel took the most
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drastic counter measures and took
them swiftly.

WUPPERTAL, W. Germany
(JTA)-Nine of 12 defendants ac-
cused of massacring Jews in Bialy-
stok, Poland during World War II,
were found guilty here March 13
but only three of them received
sentences from the judge who
termed the others "small fry" who
bad been "misled."'
Three other defendants were ac-
gulled.
Sentences of life imprisonment
were given Rolf Joachim, 53, a
former police chief who was re-
sponsible for burning alive more
than 700 Jews who were packed
into the Bialystok synagogue on
June 27, 1941; Friedrich Rophols,
who participated in the. murder of
30 Jews and also shot four Russian
soldiers, and Wilhelm Schaffraph
who participated in 35 other mur-
ders.
The defendants were all mem-
bers of a police battalion in Bialy-
stok which was ordered to kill the
Jews after the German invasion of
Russia on June 22, 1941.
Some 120,000 investigations of
suspected Nazi activities are still
pending in Germany, the min-
ister of justice in North Rhine-
Westphalia, Dr. Joseph Neuberg-
er, told a group of German
judges.
Dr. Neuberger revealed that up
to Jan. 1, 1967, 6,179 persons have
been found guilty by the courts
and 47,000 others were either ac-
quited or had died. Of those found
guilty prior to 1949, 12 were sen-
tenced to death.
Up to January 1967, 85 others
were sentenced to life imprison-
ment and 5,957 were- given lesser
prison terms.
The death sentence was abol-
ished in Germany in 1949.
The minister said there was no
denying that lenient sentences had
been imnosed in a number of Nazi
trials and said that the reasons ad-
vanced for these easy sentences
were unacceptable.

Pianist Kottler

to Solo at Center

BOOK-O-RAMIA

(Next to Hammerstein's Drugs)

Mon.

thru Sat. 9:30

to 9

SUNDAY:

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UNITED NATION S, N.Y. -
Israel advised the Security Coun-
cil Monday night that it holds the
Jordanian government fully respon-
sible for "the organized acts of
murder, terrorism and sabotage
against defense forces • and the
civilian population, perpetrated by
armed groups infiltrating across
the -cease-fire line" and ietnnds to
exercise "its right and duty" to
take all necessary measures
against them.
The statement, contained in a
letter from Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah, permanent representative
of Israel to the UN, addressed to
Ousmane Soce Diop, of Senegal,
Security Council president for
March, was occasioned by the
mining of the school bus on a
Negev road Monday in which two
civilians were killed and 28 in-
jured. In his letter Tekoah de-
scribed the violations of the cease
fire by Jordan between March 4
and March 15 and declared that
Israel held the Jordan government
responsible for them. Reporting
on Monday's tragedy, Tekoah ad-
ded:
"From all the evidence and in-
formation available to us, it is
clear to my government that the
government of Jordan is taking no
effective step to curb these activi-
ties. On the contrary, the train-

Pianist Mischa K'ottler will be
soloist in the series of Tuesday
evening concerts given by the Cen
ter Symphony Orchestra under the
direction of Julius Chajes 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Aaron DeRoy Thea-
ter.
Works by Beethoven, Shubert
and Chajes will be featured. Tick-
ets are available at the Center's
cashier. • • • q:

ing, organization and dispatch of
these raids are openly carried out
on Jordan territory. Moreover,
Jordanian and Iraqi army units
and positions in the vicinity of
the cease-fire line increasingly
assist the raids and provide cov-
ering fire from them. My govern-
ment cannot sufficiently stress the
gravity of the situation that is
being created, and the heavy strain
it is imposing on the structure of

the cease fire.. it government
must maintain
f4re, ,nil duty
to take all rie , :e:::*soic;r roo,!:;;',...;re.-:1
for
the security of
population. under OA: ;

"A good husband
reproves his wife. An (4,(.;:.
puts her to do penance belotr,: 4.;
that are present; after which, marry
study rather revenge than reforma-
tion:" -Thomas Fuller

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