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August 07, 1964 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-07

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Argentine Govt. Gets Proof
of Hate Matter Spread by Arab

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)

BUENOS AIRES—Documented proof of anti-Semitic
materials spread in this country by Hussein Triki, the Arab
League representative in Argentina, was submitted Wednes-
day to Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Zavaia Ortiz by DAIA,
central body of organized Argentine Jewry.
The material was sent to
the foreign minister by Dr. Oliva, a retired air force officer,
Isaac Goldenberg, president who has been prominently identi-
of DAIA, and Herzl Gesang, fied in this country with anti-
the organization's secretary, Semitic movements.)
"3. Immediately expell from
who told Zavala Ortiz that this
country Hussei Triki, rep-
"The Arab League is a foreign resentative
of the Arab League in
organism whose anti-Judaism Argentina, and ban the Journal
campaign in this country is Nacion Arabe, a hate sheet edited
not racial but political, pro- by Triki, for all its anti-Semitic in-
moted with anti-Democratic. citements.
"4. Warn all foreign ambassadors
totalitarian objectives."

$10,000,000 Jewish Culture Memorial
Foundation Formed by Claims Parley

GENEVA (JTA) — The Confer-
ence on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany concluded a
two-day session here with the crea-
tion of a Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture. The initial capital
of $10,000,000 for the new founda-
tion came from allocations from
reparations paid by West Germany
to Jewish victims of the Nazi holo-
Grants from the foundation,
which will be incorporated in New
York State, will be made available
to Jewish scholars and Jewish cul-
tural institutions throughout the
world, Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
Claims Conference president, said.
He declared that the role of the
Claims Conference as spokesman
for Jews entitled to individual res-
titution and indemnification would
continue. "Just as long as legisla-
tion is in progress in these areas in
West Germany, we will continue
our efforts," he said.
He also reported to the ses-
sion on recent negotiations held
with Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
and other West German Govern-
ment officials by the senior offi-
cers of the Claims Conference—
Dr. G o 1 d in a n n , senior vice
president Jacob Blaustein, and
treasurer Moses Leavitt. In
those talks, Dr. Goldmann said, a
partial success was achieved in
recently approved legislation
voting a fund of 800,000,000
marks ($200,000,000) for refu-
gees who had become eligible to
file for claims for movable prop-
erties confiscated by the Nazis
in occupied countries.
Dr. Goldmann said that the orig-
inal bill called for a fund of 400,-
000,000 marks ($100,000,000) and
that the Claims Conference was
"gratified that we were instru-
mental in doubling this sum." He
pointed out, however, that the
more important sought-for legisla-
tion—indemnification for those
victims who have received nothing
because they could not file by the
October 1953 deadline—was still
pending and will not be debated
in the West German Parliament
until the coming fall.
"Our hands have been strength-
ened in this respect by the fact
that deadlines have been removed
for groups of German refugees
from the East and by the fact that
an additional 350,000 of them are
now entilted to compensation," he
added. "Refusing 'similar consider-
ation to Jewish refugees would be
a definite act of discrimination."
He explained that the Claims
Conference had rejected a West
German offer to set up a special
fund for Jewish victims who left
Iron Curtain countries after the
1953 deadline. "We don't want
a limited fund set up for them,' he
said. "We believe that they are
entitled to the same indemnifica-
tion benefits as those who were in
a position to file claims before
the deadline."
He expressed appreciation for

Declaring that "There never in Argentina against interfering in
existed an Arab-Jewish question in this country's national affairs.
"5. Stiffen the penal code so
Argentina," the DAIA leaders
stated "We distinguish between the as to make possible the punishment
foreign Nazi movements in this of hate mongers."
Meanwhile, a statement issued
country and the Arab sector of the
by the Christian-Jewish Confra-
Argentine people."
ternity Association declared that
The DAIA leaders asserted fur-
"anti-Semitism in our country
ther: "We regret that there
seems to follow a deliberate pur-
should exist the mistaken impres-
pose—to create a climate of fear
sion that the Jewish community
and to promote actions whose
or its leaders, or its main institu-
nature is not quite clear."
tions, provoke the Arab commu-
Efforts are being made here, the
nity, as has been suggested."
statement continued, "to bring
The material sent to Zavala Ortiz Middle East problems here and to
included photostatic copies of prop- confuse Judaism with Zionism or
aganda issued by Triki alleging that to confuse the Jewish people with
"Zionists" were responsible for an the Israeli people." The statement
explosion in a building in this city was signed by the Rev. Adam Sosa,
recently, causing at least 11 deaths. a leading Protestant clergyman
The building, which happened to be here, and by Grand Rabbi Guiller-
owned by a Jew, is believed to have mo Schlesinger of the Congregacio
been used as an arsenal by pro- Israelita.
Castro leftists.
Argentine Vice President Carlos
A group of about 50 youths staged H. Perette, speaking at the dedica-
a demonstration Monday in one of tion of the new Rabbinical Semi-
the main intersections of the city nary, first institution of its kind
where they soaked an Israel flag in in Latin America, affirmed that the
gasoline and burned it while dis- government is opposed to anti-
tributing leaflets denouncing "in- Semitism as an attitude that is "not
ternational Zionism."
The leaflets were signed by the
"There cannot be a return to
"Nationalist Revolutionary Front." Nazi totalitarianism and racial
Police here said that no arrests hate," he said. ''Hate and intoler-
were made.
ance should be banned through the
A delegation representing the joint action of Argentinians and
Democratic Progressive Party, a foreigners."
small, right-wing Socialist group,
The vice president was among
met with President Arturo Illia
other high government and Cath-
here and gave him a memoran-
olic officials who joined Jewish
dum concerning anti-Semitic ac-
leaders from this country and
tivities in this country.
Jewish delegations from other
The delegation then held a press lands in the dedication of the
conference during which stiff gov- seminary, formed with the help
ernment action against anti-Semitic
of the Conservative movement.
groups and hate-mongering activi-
President Arturo Illia was repre-
ties was demanded.
sented by his brother Ricardi
The delegation, headed by the Msgr. Ernest Seugra represented
general secretary of the party's the archbishop of Argentina, An-
metropolitan section, Andrew Caa- tonio Cardinal Caggiano.
mano, said the president turned
over the information they gave him
Congo Rebel Forces
to the minister of the interior.
At the press conference they
to Free Two Israelis
charged that a campaign is under
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
way in this country "artificially
to The Jewish News)
creating anti-Semitism." They said
JERUSALEM—Two Israelis, who
they demanded that the govern- were taken prisoner by rebel
ment immediately take the follow- forces in the Congo, will be freed,
ing actions:
it was announced Tuesday by a
"1. Implement the 1963 decree, spokesman for the Israel Foreign
banning the Tacuara and Guardia Ministry, who said that the two ORT to Double Capacity
Restauradora Nacionalista, two out- were not connected with the opera-
standing anti-Semitic groups, as tions of any official Israeli gov- of Its Schools in Israel
well as other dangerous organiza- ernment or commercial agency.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Education
It is understood that the foreign Minister Zalman An-anne an-
"2. Punish members of the ministry sought the assistance of nounced the signing of an agree-
armed forces who carry on hate the government of Burundi where ment between the Ministry and
the Congolese rebels are repre- ORT under which the organization
campaigns. '(This item was linked
to Brig. Gen. Gilberto Hidalgo sented. Israel also enlisted the aid has agreed to double the capacity
of a Belgian advisor to Burundi, of its vocational schools within the
S. King, who was here attending next five years. The number of
the conference of Agudat Israel. pupils in such schools is expected
to reach 50,000 by the end of that
Even a n industrious person period. ORT now operates trade
and vocational schools in 31 cities
sometimes loses.—Pesachim 51.
and towns throughout Israel, in-
cluding three-year and four-year
Friday, August '7, 1964
vocational high schools.

Chancellor Erhard's meeting with
Claims Conference officials and
for his serious consideration of the
Claims Conference proposal. He
hailed the action of the Social Dem-
ocrats who said they were ready
to submit their own proposal to
scrap the October 1953 deadline
if no understanding was reached
with Chancellor Erhard's Christian
Democratic party.




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