THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 23, 1962 —
Investigate Charge Toronto Police
Forced Rabbi to Ride on Sabbath
Frisch Honored on
TORONTO, (JTA)—Attorney came to Toronto to give a lec-
ture at a Yeshiva, was halted
by police on a Friday evening American Jewish World was
honored on the attainment of
as he was taking a walk. -
Police officials agreed with its Golden. Anniversary Year by
Rabbi Leiner's statement that Temple of Aaron during Sab-
he could not give the police bath services.
Jacob Locke, presiden
identification since he had no
wallet with him for religious congregation pr
ris , edit and
reasons on the Sabbath. He was tion to Leo
he J wish we ly,
asked to come to the police publisher
station in the police car but as an e ession "of the warm
refused on grounds he could relatio ip that exists be-
not ride on the Jewish Sabbath. tween' the synagogue and the
He offered to walk the seven week
miles to the precinct station, or
to accompany the police on foot pub ation a
the nearby home of a Tor- ed ublisher'
Charge W. Germany to
onto rabbi who could establish ser e rende
his identity. The police rejected Co unity o
Lax in Controlling
the offer and forced him into Thr gh its c urageo
Neo-Nazi Periodicals • the police vehicle and drove ials has provide uidance;
e of truth
him to the station. He was re- thro
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
organ of free
BONN — Dr. Hendrik Van
Dam, secretary general of the was established.
tions and loyal it has adh
Central Council of Jews of Ger-
to the faith
, and t
many, charged here Wednesday New Law Effective
that the Federal government Permitting Israelis to the wider
cerns of mankind."
"was not doing enough" to stem
nounced plans to
the tide of neo-Nazi periodicals Marry Indian Jews
0th anniversary edi-
appearing with increasing fre-
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — New tion
quency in West Germany.
11 recount t
regulations, permitting marriage he
Taking issue with Germans between an Israeli and a mem- Tw
who argued that the neo-Nazi ber of the Bene Israel community of
periodicals were unimportant, of Jews in India, were issued st ted June 1
Dr. Van Dam said he thought here Sunday; reversing a previous h. been associat with i since
the Federal authorities did not ban against such unions and end- it inception.
sufficiently inquire into the ing a long controversy on the
background of such publications subject.
Co *der Sa
to clarify the position before
All Israeli rabbis received from
A b .
Chief Rabbi Zhak Nissim new di- which w permit S
"If these papers are so unim- rectives in line with a recent rab- business
portant," he declared, "where binical decision on, the issue. who observe
, are they getting their money Each rabbi received also a 300- another 'day of
week is -
from?" He charged that the Fed- page volume containing the back- being considere
eral protection of the constitu- ground of the controversy and
tion service was too reluctant to reasoned opinions on the issue ings
believe that instead of always by many rabbis, some of the Assembly.
coming from the left the threat opinions dating back 150 years.
to the democratic order could
come from the right.
NEW K, N.
The Jewish communal leader .MONTREAL—Prime Minister Hospit
emphasized that the Council was John G. Diefenbaker w a s the es lishme
not seeking any general action awarded the Temple Emanu-El eight-b
and that existing laws were suf- Brotherhood' Award of Merit at study w metho
ficient if the authorities would the 35th annual Fellowship Din- ment
take action against libelous ar- ner Meeting for Catholics, Pro- special
e study of
testants and Jews.
General Kelson Roberts of On-
tario ordered an investigation
into the detention of a New
York rabbi who accused Tor-
onto police of mistreating him
in an arrest.
The Attorney General acted
after the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress and several leading news-
papers in the province urged a
complete official inquiry into
The Jewish organization said
it appeared that Rabbi Norman
Leiner, an Orthodox rabbi, who
authority o th
imination w ld e
st week by
Gover elson Rockefeller 'to
the State Legislature.
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