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November 09, 1962 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (JTA) —
The headquarters of Phi Sigma
Delta, a University of Syracuse
fraternity with a membership
primarily Jewish, was badly
damaged, and swastikas and ob-
scenities were carved into fur-
niture, the Syracuse police de-
partment reported here.
The city authorities as well

as university guards announced
at the same time that they have
increased their efforts to trace
the perpetrators of the attack
on the fraternity house, which
had occurred while the student
residents were absent.
Robert Flaherty, chief of the
university police, estimated the
damage at about $2,000. The
vandals multilated furniture and
rugs in addition to inscribing
the Nazi symbol and anti-
Semitic slogans. Chief Flaherty
rejected the notion that the
attack may have been "an in-
terfraternity prank," stating the
"damage is much too severe
for that."
* * *
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (JTA)
—Five students were sentenced
in City Court to clean, wash
and repaint a Jewish fraternity
house at Florida State Univer-
sity here, after they pleaded
guilty to tossing several home-

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quarters of the club occupied
by Jewish students.
All five, and a sixth of the
vandals who was not arrested,
were suspended by the univer-
sity administration until next
April as a result of the attack.
The attack took place when
the group tossed the "Molotov
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Phi house. Before City Court
Judge John Rudd, when they
entered their guilty pleas after
being traced by city and campus
police, they had engaged in a
"prank that got out of hand."
No one was injured as a result
of the attack. The suspended
students range in age from 17
to 19, and are natives of the
South.

Morocco Party Urges
Action Against Jews
for Dual Allegiance

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

CASABLANCA — The Move-
ment Populaire, a rural rightist
political party, demanded at its
annual congress at Marakeech
on Tuesday that the Moroccan
government should "take ac-
tion" against Moroccan Jews
for allegedly "working in the
interests of many foreigners
rather than in the interests of
their native Morocco."
Some months ago, the Move-
ment published in Arabic a
translation of the notorious
"Protocols of , the Elders of
Zion," a classic forgery in the
literature of anti-Semitism. As
a result, Daniel, Mayer, a
Moroccan Jewish community
leader, sent letter of protest
to Minister of National Defense
Aherdane.

Fine 2 Baltimore Men
for Dispensing Nazi
Material; Ban Rockwell

BALTIMORE, Md., (JTA) —
Two members of a racist group,
the Fighting Nationalists, were
convicted and fined $100 each
for disorderly conduct here,
after testimony was heard in
court that they had distributed
American Nazi Party literature
in two drive-in restaurants near
Baltimore.
Richard B. Norton, 27, and
John Wolfang Schrodt, 24, had
attempted to post stickers in
the two restaurants, anagoniz-
ing crowds of teenagers. The
latter began throwing paper
cups and cartons at Norton and
Schrodt, before the men were
led away by police.
*
PITTSBURGH, (JTA) — The
University of Pittsburgh has
banned a project appearance
on the campus here of George
Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party. Univer-
sity officials ruled that Rock-
well would not be allowed to
speak on the campus, after an
invitation had ben extended to
the Nazi leader by a small
group of students.

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tral square in Tel Aviv and
a street were named today in
memory of three Jewish intel-
lectuals who were among the
Jewish artists, writers and
poets killed in Russia 10 years
ago ,during the Stalin purges.
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Joshua Bertonoff, a leading
Israeli artist, unveiled a plaque
during the ceremonies. Mayor
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held at the Mann Auditorium
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intellectuals.

Miami JNF Finances Settlement in Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Forty Jewish Na-
tional Fund leaders from Miami
took part Tuesday in the ground-
breaking for a new settlement to
be named "Mei Ami," pro-
nounced Miami, on a height near
the Jordanian border south of
the Jezreel Valley,
The settlement was established
by units of Nahal, Israel's semi-
military agricultural youth move-
ment.
Miami Jews raised $5,000,000
for the project, making it pos-
sible to reclaim the land needed
for the settlement. A long con-
voy, headed by border police and
armored cars and including
many old trucks and busses
small enough to negotiate the

narrow road prepared by the
JNF on approaches to the new
settlement, made its way to the
area after leaving the main road
at Hadera. The convoy had to
climb the hilly region and sev-
eral times it moved close to the
Jordanian b o r d e r. Jordanian
positions were clearly visible to
the convoy members.
Jacob Tau-, JNF world chair-
man, greeted the Miami contrib-
utors, particularly Dr. Zeev
Kogan, a graduate of the Tel
Aviv Herzlia Gymnasium, who
led the Miami group. Police
Minister Behor Shitreet pre-
sented the greetings of the Israel
government. Kogan, in respond-
ing to the greetings, called on
other American Jewish commun-
ities to follow the Miami
example.

17 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, November 9, 1962

Jewish Fraternities Victimized at N.Y.,
Florida Universities

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