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December 23, 1960 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-23

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Bar-Ilan Dinner to Be Addressed
by Orator-Author Dr. Lookstein

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Joseph Lookstein, one of
the most distinguished members
of the orthodox rabbinate, who is
known as an orator and author,
will be the guest speaker at the
annual banquet of Detroit
Friends. of Bar-Ilan University,

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to be held Tuesday evening, Jan.
17, in Cobo Hall.
As president of the board of
governors of Bar-Ilan University,
located at Ramat Gan, Israel,
Rabbi Lookstein will report on
latest accomplishments of the
newest school of higher learning
in Israel.
Dr. Lookstein has been active
in national Jewish affairs for
three decades. He was a leader
in the Jewish Welfare Board,
American Jewish Congress, Joint
Distribution Committee, United
Jewish Appeal, Mizrachi, Yeshiva
University, rabbinical and other
organizations.
The annual Bar-Ilan dinner
will formally inaugurate the local
project for the A. M. Hershman
Chair in Jewish Studies at Bar-
Ilan University.
Tom Borman is chairman of
the Bar-Ilan banquet committee.
Reservations 'for the dinner
are being taken at DI 1-0708.

U.S. Expels Anti-Jewish
Hungarian Ex-Officer

Arrest Auschwitz
Officer; Release
Swastika Dauber

HAMBURG, ( JTA ) —Richard
Baer, last commander of the
Auschwitz concentration camp,
was arrested here Tuesday.• He
was a leader of Hitler's SS,
the Nazi "elite guard."
Josef Schoenen, the 25-year-
old youth who desecrated the
Cologne synagogue last Christ-
mas Eve, thereby touching off
a spate of anti-Semitic incidents
throughout the. world, was re-
leased by the Cologne police,
for lack of evidence in con-
nection with charges that he
again daubed swastikas last
weekend on buildings in that
city.
Schoenen, who last month
finished serving a jail sentence
for the Christmas Eve incident,
was re-arrested With another
youth, Willi Nickel, for al-
legedly smearing swastikas and
anti-J e wish inscriptions on
buildings in a Cologne suburb.
Nickel was also released by
police.

Toronto Elects Jewish
Mayor, Other Officials

NEWARK, N.J., (JTA) —
United States Immigration Au-
thorities ordered the deporta-
tion of Laszlo Imre Agh, former
lieutenant in the pro-Nazi Hun-
garian Army, on charges of
atrocities against Jewish and
other conscript labor under his
command in 1942.
Agh, now a 52-year-old ac-
countant for the National State
Bank of Newark said he would
appeal to the Board of Im-
migrations Appeals Office in
Washington. He and his wife
both came to this country in
1947. His wife's citizenship is
not affected. He was charge
by the government with "pa
ticipating and performing a
tivities contrary to civilization
while serving at the Frigye
Barracks near Kamorom in
Hungary.
The deportation order was
based on hearings held last
March and April. It was issued
by William B. Taffet special in-
quiry officer for the U.S. Im-
migration and Naturalization
Service, after testimony from
33 witnesses in the United
States, Canada and Israel. Agh
has denied all charges, however.
Refugees from the Hungarian
uprising of -1956 were among his
accusers.
ion Servi
The Immi
Agh had ed to conceal
war crime an
atrocities re discovere
Federal gents during an
enshi
vestig on of his
appli ton of 1952

TORONTO, (JTA) — Fifteen
Jews have been elected or re-
elected to -municipal offices in
recent balloting in this prov-
ince of Ontario, in addition to
art . the sm
Mayor- Nathan Phillips who was
habit,
re-elected to another term as in
the Sa
Mayor of Toronto, according to
eir nickels
tabulations made here by the
unt up to
Canadian Jewish Congress.

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Israel Answers
Soviet Attack on
Activity in Africa

LONDON, (JTA)—A strong
attack on Israel and its Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion-
the strongest published in the
Soviet press for a long time
—was made over the Soviet ra-
dio which quoted at great
length an editorial which ap-
peared in the Izvestia, Official
organ of the Moscow Govern-
ment edited by Al e k s e i
Adzhubel, son-in-law of Premier
Nikita Khrushchev.
The editorial said that Israel
"is fulfilling the role of Trojan
horse for NATO," the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization. It
accused Israel of "working be-
hind the United States im-
perialists," and asserted that
Israel was setting up military
training missions in Ghana,
Liberia, Nigeria, Siert
+ries. It
and other African
nations that
warned the Afric
they were bei
erican capital,
"tools of
ael and Ben-Gurion.
namely,
es freed from co
P
tated Izve
ism,
m i ist
ut feel e
hel
the
ael, playi
of
T an horse
es of imperi m
n Jerusale stro
taken by Israe
accusations t
e Jewis

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but "co onial.
nomic penet
o this editorial,
Replyi
i radio bro cast to
the I
an
—in English,
cou
t
aliame
ve
rcharg
ccuses
oun-
frica
tarism
ply to
the
tries t o
the sale
them o arms, thr
. This comes
to them f wea
trangel fr • a country which
ays is once again
massivfqy supplying weapons of
destruction to the United Arab
Republic, a country which is
so far from peace-loving
boast openly of its inte

destroy Israel.
srael of
"Izvestia accu
ew form of
trying to impo
Africa," the
colonialism
o nued. "There
broadcast
e kind of co •-
is more an
Th, e is the co -
nialis
a
that' is on t
nialis
ore
d there is
out.
sini • ✓ kind
armies
sends la upyi
wh .
int its neighb s' to itories."
o put Israe into this c
dicrous '
is simply
n to
cast said. It we
br
's "so-
xamples of
giv
netration."
economi
calle
e s
reement with
It cite
e th
Ghana by which Israel helped
Progr
es on to found the Black Star Ship-
ping Line, with Ghana holding
60 percent of the shares and
Israel 40.
"A few weeks ago," the
broadcast c ontinue d, "the
Ghana government expressed
the wish to buy the remaining
40 percent of the shares. Israel,
having completed its task of
setting up the company for
Ghana, withdrew from owner-
ship in accordance with i
established principles."

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a pan-Afri-
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day will explode in a new
Hitlerian era," has been re-
garded with concern by Jewish
groups and other democratic
groups and- by police auth-
orities.
This attitude, it was ex-
plained, does not stem from
the status of the news agency,
which is considered unimpor-
tant, but because it seemed to
fit in within a general picture
of intensified neo-fascist ag-
gressiveness and symptoms of
Nazi-inspired propaganda in
Italy.
Fears have been expressed
that such propaganda, unle.;s
checked, might be intensified
to reach a peak at the start
of the trial in March in Israel
of Adolf Eichmann, who di-
rected the extermination of . the
6,000,000 European Jews, - not
only in Italy but in other coun-
tries as well.

Don't judge a man's strength
by the number of promises he
breaks.

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FLORENCE, Italy, (JTA)-
The political office of the
Florence Police Headquarters
officially expressed the opinion
that the author of an anti-
Semitic article distributed by
the "Orbis" news agency, which
has its headquarters here, was
guilty of "apology for crime
and incitement to hatred."
The political office gave this
view after a request for action
by the Union of Italian Jewish
Communities on the article,
written by Luigi Mosciano, pur-
porting to be a survey of the
status of the remnant of Jews
in West Germany, with ' a
Munich dateline. Mosciano at-
tacked the West German Jews
in explicit Nazi terms.
The political office said also
that "any further decision on
the issue is up to the magistra-
ture of Florence." The article,
in which Mosciano wrote that
est German Jews were
ey-sick" and "c r eating
d them an atmosphere
ressed hatred which some

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