Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 15
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 15

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Jack's Back Causing Stir, Magazine Says Statistics Challenge Eichmann's Denials LONDON (UPI)--President Kennedy's back ailment "and the suspicious efforts by the White House to play it down, has frightened the Western world," the Swedish picture magazine Se (See) said this \vcek. in a story illustrated by a SO inch high picture of Kennedy leaning on his crutches and headlined "this year's pictorial shock," the magazine said: "The young man who is leaning against his crutches with his face tense from pain is the leader of the free world President John F. Kennedy Around the world people arc ow asking: "Is the President seriously, maybe fatally ill? "Were the American voters ooled by his healthy look and charm (during the election campaign)? "Is he, in reality, as weak --physically and politically-as Eisenhower? 'The picture of Kenned) with crutches, and the suspi cious efforts by the White House to play it down, has frightened the Western world Polls in the U.S. show tha Kennedy's popularity is drop ping. The confidence in thi 'strong, young and dynami leader' is seriously hurt. JERUSALEM (AP)--Israel's prosecutors plucked out ol he Nazi files Saturday simple statistics to challenge Adoll Lichmann's story of being a iny figure in the mass slaugh .er of the Jews. The statistics are taken from i chart of Eichmann's Gestapo bureau 1VB4 "Jewish affairs" in a building in Ber lin. Eichrnann stated all througl his 14-day defense ended Friday that he was only a trans portation officer assigned to ship Jews to concentration camps. He admitted ethical guil but denied all legal rcspon sibiltty and strove to shov hat on many occasions he lad very little to do with the ixtermination program under he Nazis in World War 11. Atty. Gen. Gideon Hausner resuming his cross-examina ion on Monday, is armed with data showing that Eichmann's jureau took up three entir r loors, and spread through K nigc rooms. What Hausner wants tc rtnow from Eichmann is this If his bureau was only a little one receiving orders an passing them on to the rail ways for deportation trains why was he given such a bi; office, fully staffed, includin deputies with the ranks c majors and captains? INDEPENDENT-PRtSS.TELEGRAM-B-B V«nv Piltb. C * ' i f , ^unrjiy, July f, 1141 · 13 May Get New Trials as Lawyer Fraud Bared WASHINGTON (UPI) -- hirtccn persons, including 'our sentenced to dealh, may ;et new trials in federal dis rict court here because they were represented by a phoney awyer in their trials. At least one of the 13, however, does not want his case reopened. Chief Judge David A. Pine summoned the baker's dozen to his chamber this week. He informed them that lawyers would be appointed, at their request, to advise them on whether to set new trials on grounds their Constituliona right to counsel was denied. All were represented by a man known locally as "t. A Harris" who was arrested b; he FBI in San Francisco on a charge of practicing law lere without a license. The ·RI identified the fake lawyer as Daniel Morgan. Among the men represented by Morgan here were; Orson G. White, 20, Joseph 1 R. Sampst, 22, and Eddie M.l Harrison, all of whom were sentenced to death on A p r i l ' 21 for the murder of reputed! g a m b l e r George (Cider) Brown. Another M o r g a n client, Emanuel Pea, Jr., wasj sentenced to death April 14 for the slaying of his wife. ! Leon J. Davis Jr. also was represented by Morgan but he immediately informed Judge Pine that he did not want a new trial. Davis was sentenced to a year in jail for a narcotics dismeanor. He pleaded guilty to the charge a f i c r it was reduced from a felony. 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