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March 20, 1964 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-20

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BUENOS AIRES (JTA) —
DATA, central representative
body of Argentine Jewry, voted
to maintain itself in "permanent
session" due to growing "aggres-
sive activity" by anti-Semitic,
terrorist organizations in this
country.
At the same time, a spokes-
man for the American Jewish
Committee stated that, though
there are few acts of violence
now, Argentinian anti-Semitism
is "possibly more of a danger
than ever."
Both DATA and the American
Jewish Committee spokesman
pointed to the activities in Ar-
gentina by Hussein Triki, the
Arab League representative
here, whose propaganda is in-
filtrating not only among right-
wing organizations but also
among sections of the General
Labor Federation.
A labor-oriented newspaper,
Companero, controlled by ad-
herents of former dictator
Juan Peron, was accused of
using some of Triki's anti-
Jewish propaganda and pro-
Arab, "anti-Zionist" attacks
which are tinged with anti-
Semitism.
The Arab League propaganda,
it was charged, has also estab-
lished links with members of
Argentina's armed forces, some
of the latter calling themselves
"Nasseristas" who idolize Presi-
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser of
Egypt.
According to the DATA, Triki
has been working closely with
the Tacuara, the banned right-
wing, anti-Semitic organization,
and other, similar movements.
Among materials distributed by

Triki have been copies of the
discredited Protocols of the El-
ders of Zion, a classic compila-
tion of anti-Semitic canards.
An article published here by
the Yiddische Zeitung, Argenti-
na's leading Jewish newspaper,
charged Interior Minister Juan
Palermo with failure to respond
"adequately" to a note sent to
him by the DATA last week, com-
plaining about the current spate
of anti-Semitism and about Tri-
ki's activities.
Leaders of the DATA, cen-

Moscow Jew Sentenced to Death
as Head of an Alleged Fraud Ring

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — A Moscow Jew
charged with being the master-
mind of an alleged fraud ring
was sentenced to death Tuesday
in a Moscow city court, it was
reported here Wednesday from
the Soviet capital.
Several women in the audi-
ence broke into tears when the
judge pronounced the death
sentence on Arkady Grinberg,
67. His alleged accomplices re-
ceived prison terms ranging
from one to 15 years, and eight
defendants were acquitted.
The judge, in his summing
up and sentencing, specifical-
ly identified 12 of the de-
fendants as Russians and
Ukrainians and eight as
Jews.
According to the judgment,
the alleged Grinberg ring op-
erated from 1956 to 1962 when
most of the defendants were
arrested. David Kazanovitch, 46,

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tral organization of Jews in
Argentina, met with Minister
of the Interior Juan Palermo
Tuesday, reiterating in person
the grave concern they ex-
pressed in a note to him 10
days ago about the stepped-up
activities of anti-Semitic, ter-
rorist groups.
The delegation called the
Cabinet member's attention to
"the serious events" caused by
the terrorist groups which,
they pointed out, are "continu-
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who received a 15-year term as
an accomplice, was arrested this
year.
The court said that the al-
leged ring operated in Byelo-
russia and Georgia and used
illegally obtained orders to get
yarn from a cotton factory
which was then resold to a knit-
ting factory in Lvov at an al-
legedly fabulous profit.
The court said that Grinberg
alone pocketed a profit equiva-
lent to $152,000.

22-Day Strike Ends;
Social Workers at 6
NY Agencies Return

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Strik-
ing social workers returned to
their jobs at six Jewish wel-
fare agencies to end a 22-day
walkout over terms of a new
contract.
The 1,000 strikers voted over-
whelmingly to return to work
after representatives of the
agencies gave assurances there
would not be any reprisals
against administrative or proba-
tionary workers who had re-
fused to cross picket lines set
up by Local 1707 of the Com-
munity and Social Agencies
Employe Union.
New contract terms provid-
ed for an increase in the case
worker wage scale over two
years from $5,700 to $8,400
to $6,110 and $9,600. Clerical
and maintenance workers will
get weekly increases of $4.00
for the first year and $3.00
for the second.
An improved Blue Cross plan
will provide 120 days of hospi-
talization, instead of 21, with
premiums paid by the agencies.
The agencies will continue to
pay all health insurance pre-
miums for retired workers.
The agencies involved are the
Altro Health and Rehabilita-
tion Services, Jewish Board of
Guardians, Jewish Child Care
Association, Jewish F a in i 1 y
Services, Jewish Community
Services of Long Island and the
Louise Wise Services.

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studies in the Department of
Education and Culture of the
Jewish Agency-American Sec-
tion.
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to the Department of Educa-
tion and Cult u r e, Jewish
Agency, 515 Park Ave., New
York.

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the extremist groups which now
flatly advocate crime and an-
timidations." Palermo assured nounce it."
them that the government
would "repress inflexibly and
immediately any terrorist out-
breaks that may disturb the
country's peace."
Yiddische
the
Meantime,
Zeitung, leading Jewish news-
paper in this country, declared
editorially that "facts have
taken a particularly dangerous
trend for the Jewish community
and for the country."
The newspaper stated that
"the boasting tone by the
Nazis in Argentina and the au-
dacity of their threats, evi-
dence a change in method by

Jewish Units in Argentina on Alert to Growing Anti-Semitic Terrorism

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