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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Kokomo, Indiana Saturday april 28 1990 Kokomo Tribune 5 Wiwi j t ii i r i in 1iwvmw court reporter remembers Nuremberg 4 i tint a am on Fri fifi o dip Tom avpha0h Tia at fictional by Terry Metal ugly scrupps Howard news service Businesslike unrepentant faces of nazi doctors haunt Vivian Spitz memories and nightmares Spitz was neither a victim of the holocaust that led to the Nuremberg War crimes trials nor a witness but As a Young court reporter she used her 200 plus words minute verbatim shorthand skills to record history during the infamous medical trials of 194848 she often is asked to share her detailed memories during forums on the holocaust to remember its 11 million victims these were the scientists the Brilliant men who created the kill ing and torture said Spitz a Catholic the enormity of this evil the callousness and insensitivity demonstrated by these doctors is almost impossible to for me it was All there in their Spitz manages to keep her voice Calm and professional during most of her lectures about Nuremberg but she wavers when she describes accompanied by grim slides details of actual medical experiments the nazis were notorious for keeping precise records including films and closeup photographs one Frame every 10 or 15 seconds of people being killed in the name of science Spitz uses mild examples of these photos which leave Many in her audiences staring at their hands or dabbing at tears for the nazis the jews the gypsies the poles we were All no people we were said Judy Urman a holocaust survivor who attended a recent Spitz lecture in a Denver Syna Gogue it was like we were animals and subhumans these fanatical doctors must have kept telling themselves we do this for Germany for fatherland for Spitz now 65 was raised and educated in Illinois she reached the Pinnacle of her profession be tween 197282 when she was an official reporter of debates in the House and Senate before that she spent More than a de Cade As the certified reporter in Denver District court but it is her memories of Nuremberg that cause recurring nightmares the City was a bombed out Frozen ruin when she arrived in november 1946 nazi death squads continued to hide in catacombs under the City surfacing at night to shoot pedestrians and Allied personnel Spitz then 21 was a medical testimony specialist but nothing could have prepared her for what she saw and heard in the frigid courtrooms postwar shortages eliminated heat of the cites Palace of Justice six court reporters worked in 15minute shifts during the trial of the nazi doctors assisted by translators in All the Nuremberg War crimes trials produced pages of testimony for Spitz this work was a highly personal and shattering task because she is part German each weekend she took her fears and doubts to mass German Wor shippers avoided her in the pews knowing by her dress she was with the army staff Day after Day she heard witnesses describe tests in which jews and others were Frozen alive sterilized with radiation injected with experimental germ com pounds burned with incendiary devices and Given fatal amounts of sea water some had limbs removed for transplant to others to see if Liv ing humans could Trade tissue nerves and Bone Wood shavings and Glass were forced into open wounds As part of tests for ways of fighting infections doctors excused their actions by saying the involuntary subjects of brutal lab work already had been sentenced to death one nazi physician said it would have been a pity to waste such wonder Ful materials of incalculable Benefit to medical today Spitz is shaken when she hears similar arguments used to defend fetal tissue research and other controversial forms of med ical research we just cant forget what happened at she said i feel driven to Tell people about what i heard and saw because i live in fear that we will somehow manage to Mattingly is a religion writer at the Rocky Mountain news in religion update Windfall Church hosting performers Windfall ind the masters own will sing at Windfall Church of the Brethren Road 350 North at a m sunday St Lukes preschool to Host open House St Lukes preschool 700 Southway blvd will have an open House from 5 to 7 May 9 and from 1 to 3 May 10 the school is offering a class for 3yearolds on tuesday and thursday mornings a class for 4yearolds monday wednesday and Friday mornings and a prekindergarten class monday wednesday and Friday after Noons College official to speak sunday Katharine Waggener Man Chester colleges director of development research will speak at sunday at Church of the Brethren 311 w Lincoln Road in Honor of Christian College Day As proclaimed by protestant Chur Ches visiting choir plans performance Mountain Mission school choir of Grundy will perform at Macedonia Christian Church 1532 s Road 500 East at 6 Sun Day the 43 children in the choir earn their places through accomplish ment in the schools concert choir class the youngest member is 11 years old and the oldest is 18 the choir has performed in the United states Canada England Austria and France including notre Dame Cathedral in Paris it also has performed As featured entertainment at Disney world Disneyland and Oryland the program includes show tunes ballads popular rhythm and blues and country music songs Tenor to sing at Nazarene Church Tenor Bobby Michaels will per form at 6 sunday at first Church of the Nazarene 2734 s Washington St abortion film to be shown sunday Wendall Brane from Northeast Indiana Rescue will speak and show a film on abortion at new Fairlawn Christian Fellowship 1308 e Hoffer at sunday churchgoers sleep despite hard pews London a despite the hardness of wooden pews 42 per cent of regular churchgoers in great Britain say they sometimes fall asleep in Church a Survey found Sermon notes editors note items for this column must be submitted to the Tribune in writing no later than noon wednesday before saturday publication information must in clude Sermon titles and cannot be submitted by phone because of the volume of material ame Franklin b Jones Community african methodist episcopal Church 1332 e Mulberry St 10 sunday school Loving and 11 what to do with our wednesday Bible study Wayman Chapel african meth Odist episcopal Church 920 a person Way n Sun Day school Jesus encounter with adventist seventh Day adventist Church 1763 e Road 100 North am today Sabbath school 11 Victory in gods sign of 7 wednesday prayer service apostolic apostolic Lighthouse Church 616 Touby Pike 10 sunday school 6 god wednesday Bible study Faith Tabernacle 1300 s Ohio ave 10 sunday school abiding in worship 7 tuesday youth and Bible study 7 thursday teens meeting full gospel Tabernacle 1709 Faith Road 10 guest speaker Robin May tuesday Bible study thursday youth services Southside apostolic Church 1716 e Firmin St 10 sunday school Ebedmelech the Noble and 7 evangelism thursday Bible study Bahai Faith Bahai Community of Kokomo 1400 w Richmond St today the spiritual destiny of americas Baptist Calvary Baptist Church meet at first Baptist Church 310 w Taylor St sunday school 11 Power of 3 5 youth groups first Baptist Church 310 w Taylor St love Dom sunday school 6 uts consult the architect1 7 prayer service Judson Baptist Church 7509 w Road 200 North the ministry of sunday school new Hope missionary Baptist Church 507 n Buckeye St sunday school 11 Challenge to live separated 6 Church government discipline and Ordi Russiaville first Baptist Church 260 w main St sunday school How to score with 3 How to play the Brethren Church of the Brethren 311 w Lincoln Road sunday school our burning first Brethren Church 917 s Market St sunday school the Post easter Indian Heights Grace Brethren Church 725 e Center Road sunday school hiding from 6 the ministry of the holy spirit in the tribulation morning Star House of the lord 2900 e Markland ave sunday school from the mount of olives to the City 6 Huntington College International students North Kokomo Grace Brethren Church 37 w Road 550 North inordinate desire the 10th sunday school youth groups 6 the meaning of Christian Burlington Church of Christ on the stage of sunday school wednesday Bible study in Onah Chapel Hill Christian Church 2600 w Alto Road 9 Sun Day school 10 How to have heaven in your 7 Joy comes from Fairfield Christian Church ind 26 two Miles East of 31 Oakford the Kings sunday school 6 youth and worship 7 wednesday Bible study Kokomo Church of Christ 618 s main St 9 sunday school 10 the Power to press youth 7 when judgment is Good 7 thursday exhortations in philippians and youth Meridian Street Christian Church 205 n Meridian Gree town dealing with wrong and in it is Early morning at the Shore i venture out alone to watch the Sun Rise Orange Over the sea As i walk i leave a track of footprints in the Sand i Stop and listen it is perfectly quiet but As i look farther out to sea the water is starting to swell until it can no longer contain itself a mighty wave erupts and crashes on the Shore again All is quiet i turn and walk Back the Way i came my footprints Are no longer there i Start Over leaving new footprints As a wave quietly builds then crashes on the Shore wiping away old footprints gods quiet strength can wipe away old mistakes and regrets you can Start anew this week worship god in prayer and meditation in his word we Are encouraged still and know that i am god copyright 1990 Keister Williams newspaper services p o Bon 8005 Charlottesville a 22906 scriptures selected by the american Bible society sunday monday 1 John 2 Timothy James thursday Friday 2 Timothy 2 Timothy tuesday wednesday 1 John saturday 1 Timothy your contributions of wealth and service into the program of your Church will help create lasting benefits for All Mankind air Trutt Bank of Howard county 9 convenient locations to serve you Kokomo Greentown Banner Flower House 4595166 Burger King restaurant 1621 East Markland ave 2824 South Washington St Carls Auto body 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