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July 12, 1968 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-12

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Wrong Tactic
Herbert Tarr, author of "For
Heaven's Sake," received a letter
ing in the _murders. All had been from a Long Islander stating that
ordered to disarm Italians in the her church was in a hopeless finan-
lake district following Italy's sur- cial mess. "We've tried bingo
render to the Allies in 1943 but
in the process arrested and shot THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Jews. Their trial began last Jan-
uary. The jury heard 180 witnesses
at hearings in Milan and Maggiore
as well as in the Osnabrueck
courthouse.
The Jewish cemetery at Essen
was invaded by vandals who over-
turned more than 50 gravestones
over the weekend.

AJCongress Deplores Kiesinger Testimony

games, grab bags, box socials, ben-
efit movie openings—everything,"
she complained. "Can't you sug-
gest something, no matter how
drastic, to keep our church afloat?"
Tarr answered. "Try religion."

imprisonment at hard labor im-
. (Continued from Page 1)
responsible and accountable for the posed on three of the defendants
awful and ugly extermination of convicted of murdering Jews in
northern Italy in the autumn of
six million of Europe's Jews."
Friday, July 12,1968-9
1943. Two other defendants re-
Kiesinger Won't Predict
ceived three-year sentences.
Whether Crimes Statute
The life sentences were pro-
Would Be Abolished
nounced on Hans Roehwer, 56,
BONN (JTA) — West German Hans Kruger, 57, and Herbert
Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger Schneller, 56, who were found
declined to predict whether his guilty of shooting down at least
country would abolish the statute 22 Jews at Lake Maggiore. Ludwig
of limitations on Nazi war crimi-. Leithe, 47, and Oscar Schulz, 45,
nals if the United Nations voted got the lighter sentences for aid-
to abolish such statutes with re-
_
spect to genocide. Chancellor
Kiesinger was asked the question at
a press conference. He said a UN
.
.
i
decision on a statute of limitations
would be of great importance for
S
Germany but that he could not
anticipate what the decision of
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)
the Bonn government and Parlia-
WASHINGTON—Vice
President Humphrey called for
ment would be in such an instance.
continued military aid, including jets, for Israel pending
ON ALL HAND TAILORED
Israel's ambassador to West
SUITS AND SPORT COATS—
Germany, Asher Ben-Nathan, ad- "agreed disarmament" in the Middle East; and favors "active
dressing the Protestant Academy U.S. diplomatic efforts" for Arab-Israeli negotiations for a
CUSTOM FITTED OF COURSE!
in Puetzingen. said that the im- "general settlement" in the area.
pression in his country was that
2 WEEKS ONLY
. Ina major statement, he set forth "six necessary elements
Nazi war criminals would no for a permanent peace in the Middle East.'! These elements
longer be punished once the statute include recognition of Israel's existence by her neighbors,
of limitations went into effect. He
also said that the extreme right- secure boundaries, free navigation rights for Israel in all in-
wing National Democratic Party, ternational waters, including the Suez Canal and the Gulf of
HARVARD ROW MALL, 11 MILE & LAHSER
described as neo-Nazi by many, Aqaba, termination of the arms race, worldwide cooperation
Open Thurs. 'til 9 P.M.
in
solving
Middle
East
refugee
problems
and
the
use
of
the
was a burden on relations between
Israel and West Germany.
area's resources toward peaceful, not warlike, aims..
The statute of limitations on
Nazi war criminals -accused of
murder is scheduled to go into
effect on Dec. 31, 1969, after
which suspects cannot be brought
to trial. There has been widespread
sentiment inside and out of Get-
many for an extension of the
period before the statute becomes
effective or for its outright aboli-
tion. But of West Germany's three
major political parties, the Chris-
tian Democratic Union and the
Free Democrats are opposed to an
extension while the Social Demo-
crats are split on the subject. A
Leaving December 19, 21, 22, and 23 (Take _ Your Choice)
statute of limitations barring the
TOUR NO. AT-10 Round-trip
$517
air and deluxe hotels . . . no meals or tours
prosecution of Nazis accused of
(Israel Only)
only $582
crimes of a lesser degree than
Same
as
above,
but
including
all
tours
and
breakfast
9 Nights
Economy Pkg. $444
murder has been in effect for a

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- number of years.
The six-month-old trial of
members of Adolf Hitler's body-
guard ended in Osnabrueck
July 6 with sentences of life

TOUR NO. B-13

Leaving December 15, 19, 22 and 23 (Take Your Choice)
$665
Round-trip air, deluxe hotels, breakfast only, all tours
Economy Pkg. $499

Nixon Claims He Wants
to Help Allegedly Biased
Club Reform From 'Inside'

TOUR NO. B-103

Leaving December 22
air,
deluxe
hotels,
breakfast only, all tours
Round-trip

NEW YORK (JTA) --Former
Vice President Richard M. Nixon's
membership in a New Jersey golf
club that allegedly excludes Jews
and Negroes was spotlighted here
when Sen. Clifford Case, New
Jersey Republican, criticized clubs
with restrictive membership poli-
cies although he declined to rebuke
Nixon directly According to the
New York Post, Nixon, who is
seeking the Republican Presi-
dential nomination, defended his
membership in the Baltusrol Golf
Club of Springfield, N.J. and said
he would not resign because, "I
believe in working for change
from inside." Sen. Case had noted
his own and the late Senator Rob-
ert F. Kennedy's resignations from
the Metropolitan Club of Wash-
ington, D.C. because of the club's
racially restrictive membership
policies.
According to the Post, the
Baltusrol Club's president, Robert
Finney, said the club elected its
members "in the normal way" but
refused to discuss the absence of
Jewish or Negro members. Carl
Jehlen, the club's manager, said
"to my knowledge there are no
Negro or Jewish members," . the
Post reported.
He said the club's by-laws did
not exclude Jews or Negroes but
that applicants for membership
must be sponsored by active mem-
bers. Nixon was reported to have
joined the club two years ago.

TOUR NO. CR-20

Leaving December 15, 19 or 22 (Take Your Choice)
$795
Round-trip air, deluxe hotels, breakfast only, all tours
Economy Pkg. $535

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Children Under 12 Pay One-Half Airline Fare

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