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August 04, 1961 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-04

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Sen. Keating Asks Att'y General
List Rockwell Group 'Subversive',
Nazi Told to Disband His Group

42 Essays in
Israel Announces Sale of 100,000
Rabbi Lewis'My Uzzi Submachine Guns to Holland
Teletype Wire to
feet. A spokesman said 50,000
Faith and People' (Direct The JTA Jewish
of the weapons would be deli-

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Senator "hate bus," decorated with
Kenneth Keating, a member of swastika emblems, and arrested
the Senate Internal Security its driver, Ralph Perry Forbes,
Subcommittee, called for de- 21, who told police his occupa-
signation of George Rockwell's tion was a "professional Nazi"
American Nazi party as sub- and that he lived as a "storm-
versive on the U.S.. Attorney trooper" at Rockwell's head-
General's list. "We are prone quarters b a r r a c k s. He was
to overlook these extremist charged with having no Vir-
right-wing groups in our in- ginia driver's permit. The 've-
vestigations of subversion," said hicle was seized for lacking
pr op e r Virginia registration
the New York Republican.
Speaking as a member of the papers and an Arlington County
Senate Internal Security Sub- license.
committee, Sen. Keating told
Arlington police meanwhile
a television audience the Corn- revealed that the bus is reg-
munist menace was well known istered in the name Schuyler
"but ,there are dangers on the Ferris, who holds a strategic
right as well as on the left— job in the U.S. Army Map Serv-
and it is important that sub- ice. Defense Department offi-
versive influence on both ex- cials said they are investigating
tremes be scrutinized and Mr. Ferris' association with
exposed."
Rockwell.
Sen. Keating made known
Rockwell appeared before the
that he asked Attorney General Arlington County Board in an
Kennedy to list the Nazis as explosive hearing, after the
subversive because of "the con- board read a resolution from
tinued outrages" -of the Rock- the. Arlington -chapter of the
well group. He told Mr. Ken- - U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars
nedy Nazis should be listed as urging strong legal actions to
well as Communists and cited curb the local "Nazi activities."
the past subversive designation
Rockwell asked and was
of such right-wing groups as the granted 10 minutes to present a
Ku Klux Klan and the Silver defense of his activities before
Shirt Legion. -
the board. But when he began
"The Attorney General's list a tirad justifying Nazism, board
is a guide used in determining member Thomas Richards said
the suitability and reliability of the board had done itself "a
Federal employees," Sen. Keat- disservice by giving Rockwell
ing stated. "I do not see how a forum." Richards • told Rock-
anyone could believe that a well and the squad of "storm-
member of the American Nazi troopers" that accompanied him
party could be qualified for any that "democracy is the only
employment by the Federal reason you are tolerated" and
Government."
suggested that the Nazis "dis-
He held that Rockwell's Nazi band this - organization and
group was "past the stage at crawl back into the holes where
which it can be safely ignored" you belong." Board member
and that time had come for the Ralph Kaul denounced Rock-
Federal Government '-`to demon- well. Commonwealth Attorney
strate the abhorrence and dis- William Hassan looked the Nazi
trust in which Americans hold in the face and called him a
this group" by listing it as sub- "faker."
versive. He stressed that "The
Nazis are un-American and a
contradiction of every part of Jewish Leaders Told
the American tradition." The
neo-Nazi movement "m o c k s Israel's Armed Forces
those who made the supreme Must Be Strengthened
sacrifice in the war against
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
tyranny," he declared.
The Jewish News)
Sen. Keating questioned the
TEL AVIV — Warning that
past attitude of the Justice De- Israel's Arab neighbors were
partment. He said, "the attitude receiving a "constant flow of
of the Department of Justice to new and modern arms," Shimon
date can be summed up in Peres, Deputy Defense Minister,
these words: Poison—Do Not declared Tuesday night that
Touch.' My own attitude is: Israel must strengthen its mili-
`Poison—Apply S'trong Anti- tary forces to serve as a deter-
dote'."
rent to the Arab countries.
.Revealing previous corre- . "The gap in quantity between
spondence with the Justice our neighbors and ourselves
Department on the Nazi, Sen. must be made up by continuing
Keating said: "I have received emphasis on the quality of -our
a rather disappointing reply manpower and equipment," he
from the head of the Depart- said. He spoke before 400 Jew-
ment's Internal Security Divi- ish leaders from the United
sion saying, in effect, that the States, Cana d a and Latin
activities of the party were America attending an economic
under study but nothing has planning conference sponsored.
been done."
by the Israel Bonds Organiza-
National commander I. L. tion.
Feuer of the Jewish War Vet-
n Attor-
erans simil
ca
ney Gen 1 Kennedy
place Jail 2' Italian Newsmen
Rockwe s American Nazi arty for Anti-Semitic Article
ey General's ist
on th
FLORENCE (JTA) — T h e
rsive organizations. e editor of the ORBIS news agency,
of su
ed Nazi p op a ga a and the agency's Munich corres-
sub
e pondent, Luigi Moscano, were
boas g "we are
d sentenced to five months' im-
sub rsive list."
er- prisonment and fines of $200
tha Ahe Nazis
ing each for printing an article which
shi and contr'
the praised anti-Semitic and racist
th have bee
U. Justice
principles and methods of the
Ro well Appears
outlawed Nazi and Fascist par-
Arli ton Board;
ties. Both men have appealed
the convictions.
to Di nd Hi
(JTA) —
ARL TON, V
The article, emanating from
impounded Munich, Germany, was printed
Arlington
George Rockwell's Nazi party by ORBIS last Oct. 27. It was
immediately denounced as Nazi-
Fascist by many Italians and by
IF YOU TURN THE
Jews in Italy who charged that
ORBIS had violated a constitu-
1T. S . 11
tional provision prohibiting en-
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
dorsement of Nazism and Fas-
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
cism.
The prosecutor, during the
trial, had demanded that the men
be sentenced to a year in jail
and to fines of $500 each.
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.

In "My Faith and People,"
Rabbi Theodore N. Lewis has
included 42 essays on a variety
of subjects.
This attractive volume, pu
lished by Behrman House (1
B'way, N. Y.),
is the result
of two decades
of the author's
thinking a n d
of his defense
of "the eter-
nal truths of
the Jewish 're-
ligion and the
majestic n o-
bility, purified
b y suffering,
otmy people."
The author
asserts at the
outset that the
Nazi holocaust
Dr. Lewis
h a s haunted
him constantly and that the
tragedy often has shaken his
faith. His present book pro-
vided him with the opportunity
of dealing with important as-
pects of contemporary Jewish
life.
His 42 essays are grouped
under seven divisions — Syna-
gogue and Church, the Nazi
Holocaust, Religion and the
State of Israel, Jews Under the
Kremlin, Famous Jews, Hebrew
Volumes, Judaism.
It is evident from the main
titles that Rabbi Lewis has cov-
ered a vast variety of subjects,
that he has dealt with noted
personalities (Kaufman Kohler,
Henrietta Szold, Simon Dub-
now, Josephus, Freud, Max
Nord a u, Ahad Ha-Am and
others) and that he concerned
himself with the major issues
in Jewish life.
His book contains reviews of
important Hebrew works and
deals with major religious
themes, including the Sabbath,
and daily problems confronting
Jews.
In his discussion of the Rus-
sian issues, he .expresses confi-
dence that "Jewry will surely
survive the Soviet tyranny,"
and he refers to the Biro-Bidjan
scheme as a "fraud."
With reference to the holo-
caust, he expresses his horror
over . what had happened and
describes his experiences in the
concentration camps and the
shock of revisiting Auschwitz.
Rabbi Lewis believes in the
inevitability of a religious re-
vival in Israel to be led not by
rabbis but by laymen.
Dr. Lewis at present is rabbi
of the Progressive Synagogue
of Brooklyn.

.

Envoy Herzog Opens
Seminar on Israel
at Canada University

VANCOUVER, B.C., (JTA)---
Yaacov Herzog, Israel's Ambass-
ador to Canada, opened this
Week a week-long seminar on
Israel at the University of Brit-
ish Columbia at which many
aspects of Israel's development
will be examined.
The seminar is under the
auspices of the University, the
Canadian United Nations As-
sociation and the Canadian
Institute of International Af-
fairs. I s r a eli, Canadian and
United States experts will dis-
cuss in address and panels,
Israel's international relations,
economic development, desert
reclamation, agriculture, immi-
grant absorption, relations with
African countries and Ara b -
Israel relations.
The 12,000-student body of
the university, the largest in
Western Canada includes 1,000
students from Asia and the
West Indies.

See Page 6 for Coupon
for New Year Greetings

TEL AV
's la •st
arms t
ion,
sale
Hol
100,000 Israel-ma
i"
machineguns, was a
un
Tuesday in offici
communiques issu
countries.
The submachine
ich
establish *- s
s in
use by
y the
Dutch
ground
units, h
about 210

vered by 1962 and the remain-
der at a later time.
It was estimated that Israel
would receive an income of sev-
eral million dollars from the
transaction.

"Better is a dry morsel and
quietness therewith than a
houseful of feasting with strife."
—Prov. 17,1

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