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March 15, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-15

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10,000 Egyptian Jews Assisted by
Hias to Migrate Since Suez Crisis

Rockwell Nazis
Picket Miami's
ADL Building

MIAMI, JTA) — Five mem-
bers of G e orge Rockwell's
American Nazi party picketed
the downtown office of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith here and some were
roughed up by enraged specta-
tors.
However, watching police
made no arrests and the neo-
Nazis departed after a few hours
of marching before the build-
ing. The pickets carried the
usual signs about gassing Jews
and Jewish Communists.
The picketing was one in
connection with a suit for dam-
ages against the ADL, filed by
Roger Foss, a lieutenant of the
Nazi group, who served a 180-
day term in. Miami Jail on dis-
orderly conduct charges arising
out of an earlier picketing of
the ADL office by the Nazis last
June. Foss, who was released
last January, contends in his
suit that he was unjustly ac-
cused in the June picketing.

The arrival at idlewild of Egyptian refugees Mr. and Mrs.
Matatia Hanein, Susanne, their seven-year-old daughter, and
Josef, their four-year-old son, with the aid of United Hias Serv-
ice, signalizes the continuing dramatic decline in their native
country's Jewish population. Since the Suez crisis in 1957, the
worldwide migration agency has helped 10,000 men, women and
children from Egypt fulfill their urgent desire to resettle in
friendly countries. Hanein formerly worked as chief of the
Credit Department of Barclay's Bank in Cairo. He and his family
have gone to live in Atlanta. Mrs. Hanein's sister came to that
city two years ago through United Bias Service aid.

U.S. Nazis Make News in Washington,
Philadelphia and Chicago Activities

WASHINGTON, (JTA)— The
United States Supreme Court
has agreed to hear an appeal
by a Norwalk, Conn., man who
was sentenced to 60 days in
jail for painting swastikas on
Beth Israel Synagogue in Nor-
walk three years ago.
Harold Fahy, 24, of Norwalk,
appealed to the Supreme Court
after the Connecticut State
Supreme Court of Errors up-
held the conviction last July.
Fahy, in his appeal, is claim-
ing that his constitutional
rights were violated when evi-
dence, a can of black paint and
a brush, were taken from his
home by police without a
search warrant. State Supreme
Court Justice Raymond E.
Baldwin upheld that conten-
tion, but ruled that other evi-
dence used in the case was so
overwhelming as to be suf-
ficient to uphold the conviction.
* * *
PHIL ADELPHIA, (JTA)-
Five members of the American
Nazi party were acquitted here
of charges of • conspiracy in
their attempted picketing last

Klein Firni Does
Public Relations
Job for W. Germany

An important role is - being
played by General Julius Klein
in the cold war, according to a
recent article in the Detroit
News.
The Julius Klein Public Re-
lations firm has been retained
by an organization of German
industrialists to "sell the hard
line" in the propaganda battle
between East and West.
The three-year organization,
"A Committee Representing
German Industrialists, Civic
and Political Groups," gets
some financial backing from
the West German government,
according to the News story. In
turn, it has paid more than
$400,000 to Klein's firm, which
has spent $300,000 to "advise"
American businessmen, govern-
ment officials and newspaper-
men of West German views.
Klein was first hired by the
German organization to promote
the cause of West Germany in
the summit conference.

October of a speech by Gus
Hall, general secretary of the
Communist Party of the United
States. Prior to the trial, John
Rogers Carroll, attorney for the
Nazis, had three Jewish jurors
replaced from the panel.
The Nazis were taken into
custody after they were rescu-
ed by police from an angry mob
shouting: "Kill the Nazis—
lynch them." When they were
arrested they • were wearing
black boots, khaki uniforms
and arm bands with the Nazi
swastikas.
* * *
CHICAGO, (JTA)—The Uni-
versity of Chicago was criticiz-
ed by the Jewish Nazi Victims
Organization of Chicago for
providing a forum on Feb.22
for George Rockwell, leader of
the American Nazi party.
The group declared in a res-
olution that it "deplores" the
action of the University of-
ficials in allowing use of cam-
pus facilities "to again foment
the hate and terror which cost
the lives of six million of our
brethren in the world's great-
est holocaust." The resolution
warned that giving platforms to
such hatemongers might "help
trigger a catastrophe greater
than any atomic war."

Court Rules Value
of Jewelry Stolen by
Nazis Be Re-Paid

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

VIENNA. — A West German
court ruling that the "former,
German Reich" must pay com-
pensation for jewelry seized
from an Austrian Jewish family
by the Gestapo was seen here
Tuesday as opening the way for
recovery by many Austrian Jew-
ish families for such seizures,
which took place by the thou-
sands after the incorporation of
Austria into Germany by the.
Hitler regime.
It was expected that a gen-
eral arrangement would follow
soon giving Austrian Jews the
opportunity to receive compen-
sation from West Germany for
such lost valuables.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —Israeli
sources indicated that the Coun-
cil of Ministers of the European
Economic Community was not
prepared to seek an overall
agreement with Israel, when
negotiations are resumed be-
tween the six-nation bloc and
the Jewish State, but would only
consider agreements on a spe-
cific, limited number of Israel
exports.
Israel currently exports some
150 different items to the Euro-
pean Common Market, which ab-
sorbs more than 40 per cent of
Israel's total exports. Israelis
had hoped for an overall agree-
ment permitting them to con-
tinue to compete in the Common
Market with all these exports.
Instead, the EEC Council of
Ministers instructed its perma-
nent staff at Brussels to prepare
a list of Israeli • exports of which
at least 50 per cent go to the
Common Market and are valued
at at least $100,000 a year.
To be listed also would be
exports to the Common Market
which constitutes less than 50
per cent of Israel's total, if the
value of the export to the Com-
mon Market is at least $250,000.
The intention of the Council,
apparently, is to offer Israel
agreements enabling the contin-
ued export of these items to the
Common Market, on the level of
its present exports to the mar-
ket countries, so that Israel's
economy should not be unduly
affected by the Common Mar-
ket's tariff walls. About 20 Is-
rael exports would be included
in these lists out of the 150 ex-
ports currently going to the
Common Market. The lists are
to be completed by April 1.
The Council of Ministers, it is
believed, will then consider tar-
iff reductions on these items,
but on a "most favored nation"

Federal measures to provide
vocational guidance and jobs
for unemployed youth were
urged by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Louis Stern of Newark, presi-
dent of the CJFWF, declared
that the Council associated it-
self with the National Social
Welfare Assembly and fully en-
dorsed its "Position Statement
on Youth Employment" and the
testimony presented by its rep-
resentatives to the sub-commit-
tee on education of the House
of Representatives' Committee
on Education and Labor.
Stern stressed the urgency of
the n e e d, pointing out that
700,000 young people, aged
16-21, were counted as out of
school and unemployed in De-
cember, 1962.

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PARIS, (JTA) — Walter Ey-
tan, Is r a el's Ambassador to
France, appealed to the Euro-
pean Economic Community to
sign at the earliest possible time
an agreement with Israel, to en-
able Israel to continue its close
trade relations with the six na-
tions of the Common Market.
Speaking at a meeting of the
France-Israel Association, he said
that Israel's current negotiations
with the EEC had the "supreme
objective" of enabling Israel to
continue its relations with EEC
member countries, and to im-
prove those relations through
the close ties of the Israeli econ-
omy with that of Europe.

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WJ Congress Delegates
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The World Jewish Congress
will send a special delegation
to Warsaw to mark the 20th
anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising. The anniver-
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and a call to Jewish communi-
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Jewish Congress director of co-
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vice-president of the global
Jewish body.
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