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June 18, 1965 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-18

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Israeli Leaders Acclaim Hillel School
as 'A Redeeming Hebrew Island'

Study to Probe Interests
of Chile Jewish Students

SANTIAGO (JTA)—The Jewish

interests and activities of Jewish
students at Chilean universities
will be studied by the American
Jewish Committee's Latin-Ameri-
can bureau, according to Prof.
Eduardo L. Rogowsky, director of
the bureau's department for social
studies. He said the study will be
made in cooperation will the Cen-
tral Jewish University of Chile
and the Center for Jewish Univer-
sity Students in Chile.
Plans for a course in the He-
brew language and culture, initi-
ated by the Israel Legation and
the local committee for Jewish
education, were announced here.
Prof. Bernard Berdichewsky will
direct the course. One of the guest
lecturers will be Prof. Igal Yan-
nay of the University of Jerusa-
lem, who will also give lectures
on the archaeology of the biblical
period.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit
Friday, June 18, 1965 9

Shlomo Zalman Shragai, head of the Jewish Agency Aliyah
department, the first Mayor' of the redeemed city of Jerusalem in
1948, told Hillel Day School teachers, pupils and administrators and
several community leaders: "I am overwhelmed to see at your
school, in the middle of a sea of rising tides of assimilation, an
island which is a haven for the sons and daughters of our Hebrew
peoples. I look forward to greeting you in Israel." With him at the
Hillel ceremony are (from the right) Dov Shephatiah, director of
the Jewish Agency midwest Aliyah department; Eliezer Greenwald
of Jerusalem, an Israel government official who visited here with
Shragai; Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick; Wolf Snyder; and Rabbi
Emanuel Applebaum, retiring principal of the Hillel school. At the
reception given Shragai at the s chool on June 10, he was
greeted by Hassidah Bigman of the 7th grade and David Sandweiss
of the 6th grade. As chairman of the Hillel education commission,
Snyder presented a corsage to Mrs. Shragai, who accompanied her
husband on his trip to this country. The Hebrew sign prepared as a
welcome to Mr. Dhragai, in the background, is a "Baruch Habah"—
a blessed welcome to "the great man in Israel, S. Z. Shragai." During
his visit here, Mr. Shragai visited and commended other schools,
including Akivah Day School. (See story, page 18)

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TorontoJews Get Scolding for Panic
Prior to Nazi Rally in Allan Gardens

TORONTO (JTA) — The Can-
adian Jewish Congress accused
members of this city's Jewish com-
munity of "irresponsibily creating
a tense and inflamed situation"
which led to the riot at a neo-Nazi
rally resulting in the arrest of
nine persons, including John
Beattie, Toronto Nazi leader.
In a four-page letter mailed to
some 25,000 Jewish families in On-
tario, the Congress charged that in
the days before the incident in
Toronto's Allan Gardens, "meet-
ings were held and irresponsible
leaflets circulated, all of which
helped whip up some groups with-
in the Jewish community to the
pitch of fear and frenzy that as-
sisted in creating the atmosphere
that led to the mob violence of
that Sunday afternoon."
Asserting that "unfortunately,
there are people in our midst who
are determined to act, on their
own in dealing with neo-Nazis with
little regard for the consequences,"
the Congress letter noted that the
incident, which had been given

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little publicity before the event,
was widely covered by the press
because of the riot.
Describing the strength of the
Nazi group in Toronto, the letter
said that, in numbers, "the group
is extremely small, we might even
say absurdly small. In recent
months no more than a dozen have
been involved. Their finances are
equally slender."
Meanwhile, the Ontario Hu-
man Rights Commission has re-
jected a complaint filed by
Beattie that he is the victim of
discrimination. The 23-year-old
"fuhrer" complained that he was
fired from his $75-a-week job
with a surgical supply firm be-
cause of his political beliefs. The
dismissal came immediately after
he publicly announced his "lead-
ership" of Canada's Nazi Party.
His dismissal, Beattie said, was
a violation of the Ontario Human
Rights Code which states that a
person cannot be fired from a job
because of his race, color or
creed. Beattie maintains that Nazi-
ism is a creed.
Commission officials rejected
the complaint after obtaining a
legal opinion to the effect that
creed means religious rather than
political beliefs: Beattie can now
appeal the commission ruling.
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Nazis, KKK Linked

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (JTA) —
An agent of the Federal Bureau
of Investigation charged that
"there is a close working arrange-
ment between the American Nazi
Party and the Ku Klux Klan." The
agent, Neal Welch, spoke • before
a civic club. He is an investigator
of extremist activities.

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