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July 17, 1964 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-17

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Neo-Nazism Hit
by Aussie Police,
Sydney Students

SYDNEY (JTA) — Two more
members of the Australian Na-
tional Socialist party were sen-
tenced to prison terms on charges
growing out of a police raid last
month on the party's headquarters
in a Sydney suburb.
Ross Facer, a milkman, pleaded
guilty to charges of illegal pos-
session of explosives. He was
sentenced to 12 months in jail af-
ter denying he was a member of
the neo-Nazis.
Another defendant, whose name
was withheld, received a nine-
month sentence on similar
charges. Arthur Smith, organizer
and head of the group, was sen-
tenced last week to six months
imprisonment.
Meanwhile, the Student Rep-
resentative Council at Sydney
University asked the editors of
the student newspaper to give
as much space and prominence
to anti-Nazi material as they
have recently given to Austral-
ian and British neo-Nazi views.
The issue was raised by publi-
cation last week in "Honi Soit,"
a student newspaper, of a full
page of material about the activi-
ties and policies of the Australian
National Socialist party.
One article asserted that the
Nazi party had 35 members in the
university. An editorial charged
that Jewish groups were attempt-
ing to prevent publication of in-
formation on Nazi policies in the
student paper.
Another article was an alleged
interview from Smith. Still an-
other item, headlined "The Great
Lie of the Six Million," appeared
in the publication, written by Co-
lin Jordan, head of the National
Socialist movement in Britain.
In asking the "Honi Soit" editors
to give equal prominence to re-
futations of the neo-Nazi views,
the Student Council approved un-
animously a resolution expressing
opposition to all forms of dis-
crimination, and particularly to
anti-Semitism.
* *

British Works Ministry
Refuses to Allow Rally
of National Socialists

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — The Ministry of

Works refused permission Tues-
day to Britain's tiny National So-
cialist Party to hold a mass meet-
ing Sunday in Trafalgar Square.
The ministry declared that such
a meeting was "likely to cause
grave public disturbances." Colin
Jordan, now in a dispute with his
deputies over leadership of the
Neo-Nazi group, was sentenced to
two months in jail in August, 1962
for his activities in a party rally
in the square, one of several that
year which led to rioting and ar-
rests.

Baltimore Agency Bldg.

BALTIMORE (JTA) — Ground
has been broken here for a new
$600,000 structure to be built and
furnished by the Associated Jew-
ish Charities and Welfare Fund.
The new building, scheduled for
opening in spring 1965, will ser-
vice agencies of the Associated
Jewish Charities as well as its
women's division.

Nahum Goldmann Warns Arab Propagandists

(Continued from Page 1)
Dr. Goldmann warned the dan-
gers of assimilation and disintegra-
tion facing the Jewish community.
Asserting that the principle of Jew-
ish unity had been weakened in re-
cent years, he said: "While per-
forming the brilliant task of phil-
anthropic aid, American Jewry
especially is far from the idea of
international Jewish action and is
backward in the assertion of leader-
ship in international Jewish affairs
American Jewry has not even suc-
ceeded in organizing itself for joint
action within the United States."
Dealing with German-Jewish re-
lations, Dr. Goldmann referred to
the need for final German Parlia-
mentary action on restitution and
indemnification of the victims of
Nazism.
The WJC leader asked the Ger-
man government to take action
against the continuation of work
by German scientists aiding the
Egyptian program of developing
mass weapons of destruction aimed
against Israel.
Hope that the forthcoming ses-
sion of the Ecumenical Council,
which opens in the Vatican Sept.
14, will "voice clear and effec-
tive• condemnation of anti-Sem-
itism," was expressed by Dr.
Goldmann in the course of his
address.
Dr. Goldmann expressed the
opinion that "the Jews, as a peo-
ple, should maintain a position of
self-respect and dignity and should
not try to raise the issue with too
much intensity" at the Vatican.
"The Catholic world," he said, "can-
not be less interested than the
Jews are in indicating that it no
longer condones anti-Semitism and
the persecution of Jews."
Action by the World Jewish Con-
gress to counter assimilation among
Jews was urged by Bezalel Sher-
man, a member of the delegation
from the United States.
Some delegates saw the possi-

Socialist International
Greets Zionist Parley

LONDON (JTA) — The Socialist
International declared that, despite
the gains for Jewish status from
the creation of Israel, Jews still
faced discrimination and Socialist
Zionists faced "bitter hostility,"
particularly in the Soviet Union.
Declaring that the Socialist In-
• ernational opposed such discrimin-
ation and hostility "wherever they
arise," the statement said that
strong democratic Socialist parties
were the "surest bulwark against
both." The comments were contain-
ed in a message to the Conference
of the World Union of Zionist So-
cialist parties, laud Olami, which
will be held in Israel next week.
Noting that some of the early
pioneers in Socialist Zionism had
lived to see the birth of Israel,
the Socialist International said that

they, like their successors, want
an Israel which will be strong and

which will share its spiritual and
technical riches in peace with its
neighbors.

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