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July 09, 1965 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-09

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Canadtan .Nftzi Barred by U

H. insults and SS Slogans Mark

NIAGARA FALLS. N.Y. (JTA) Beattie, 24, Toronto Nazi party
—An attempt by William John leader, to enter the United States,
was foiled yesterday by United
States border officials here.
Beattie had planned to go to a
meeting of George Rockwell's
Nazis in Arlington, Va. He was
denied entry when he told border
officials that he planned to stay
in the United States for three
weeks but had only $21 in his
possession.

JULES
DONESON

Extradition Sought
for Ukrainian Nazi
Hiding in Canada

Knows His
Mountains

LONDON (JTA)—The Canadian
government was again asked by
the Soviet government to extradite
an Ukrainian leader of a gang that
participated with the Nazi occupa-
tion forces in the mass-murder of
Jews in the district of Lemberg,
in the Polish part of Galicia, it
was reported here Tuesday.
The name of the Ukrainian war
criminal who now resides in
Canada is Kupiak. Evidence of his
murderous activities has been sub-
mitted to the Canadian authori-
ties, the report said.
Another report from the Soviet
Union disclosed that the USSR
discovered recently that a Nazi
concentration camp had been lo-
cated in the Baltic area, near
Ivangorod, where Latvian and
Lithuanian Jews were imprisoned.
The USSR has discovered that the
Nazis liquidated the camp in 1943,
when its capture was threatened
by the Red Army, killing all the
inmates.

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Latest Bamberg Incidents

BAMBERG, West Germany
(JTA) — More anti-Semitic inci-
dents occurred here last weekend,
bringing the total of such actions
to eight since June 13, when the
Memorial to Jewish Victims of
Nazism was desecrated by a swas-
tika, while 23 tombstones in the
old Jewish cemetery were over-
turned and also daubed with the
hated Nazi symbol.
The latest manifestations in-
cluded the dumping of paint over
1 the memorial; daubing of yellow
paint on a sign of the textile bus-
iness conducted here by Herzy
Rosenberg, president of the Bam-
berg Jewish community; and the
smearing of swastikas and Nazi
slogans on a wall of the United
States munitions depot here.
In the latter action, the Nazi
slogan "Sieg Heil'." was painted;
the emblem of the SS was super-
imposed, the American army was
denounced, and an inscription,
in German, declared "We are the
new German resistance move-
ment and call out: Germany
Awake. After 20 years, our folk
demands a general amnesty. Our
Fatherland does not need any
Jewish tutelage "
Although the city of Bamberg
has offered a $5,000 reward for

Bundesrat to Air
Decision by Unit
On Payments

BONN (JTA) — The Bundesrat,
upper chamber of the West Ger-
man Parliament. will take up
today the decision adopted last
week of parliamentary mediation
committee to adhere to a - decision
opposed by the Bundesrat to ex- 1
pand a special hardship fund for I
victims of Nazism.
The mediation committee, a
permanent unit of the Parliament I
created to resolve differences over i
legislation between the two cham-
bers. acted on the question after
the Bundestag, or lower house, ap-
proved the expansion of the fund
from 700,000,000 marks (S175,000,-
000) to 1,200.000000 marks (S300,-
000.000), and, the. Bundesrat re-
jected it.
The fund was set up to com-
pensate 'victims who . were unable
to file claims by an October 1953
deadline. because they were then
in the Iron Curtain countries.
Dr. Otto Schmidt, a leader of
Ch a ncellor _Ludwig - Erh ard's Chris-
tian Democratic Union and
of the mediation committee,
was asked Tuesday whether the
Bundesrat might again reject the
proposal.'
He said that theoretically, it
could but that he believed it was
"almost impossible" that it would
do so. He added that prolonged
debate had preceded the decision
of the mediation- committee to ap-
prove the hardship fund expansion.

the apprehension of the perpetra-
tors of the outrages, no one to date
has been arrested for these acts.
Police Chief Ritterbeck said that
the new incidents must have been
carried out "withtin a matter of
seconds." Asserting that police,
augmented by volunteers, have
been on guard around the clock,
he said "it is impossible to guard
every building."
Chief Prosecutor Franz Osthei-
mer declared it is his belief that
the actions are not the work of a
group "but of a single madman."
Rudolf Hanauer, president of
the Municipal. Council, defended
the general population of the city,
stating that "noboby should be
made responsible for the deeds of
some madman and perverted crim-
inal."
Nevertheless, there was disap-
pointment here in the fact that,
thus far, nobody in this city of
73,000 has been arrested in connec-
tion with the outrages.
Some anti-Semitic smearings,
including some aimed at Chan-
cellor Ludwig Erhard, were
found previously on three build-
ings and monuments in Bam-
berg.
Anti-Semitic stickers were past-
ed on buildings and anti-Semitic
scribblings painted on them. One
of the scribblings said: "This is for
Erhard, the flunkey of the Jews."...
The chancellor had visited Bam-
berg to condemn the vandalism.
The continued smearings in
West German towns are being
played down in press, radio and
television coverage out of fear that
publicity would stimulate more
German youths to emulate the
vandals.
The Interior Ministry of the
West German state of Rhineland-
Pfalz announced rewards of 1,000
(S250) for each person supplying
information leading to the appre-
hension of vandals who painted
swastikas on the graves in the Jew-
ish cemetery of the city of Ingel-

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Friday, July 9, 1965-9

MONTREAL (JTA) — Martin
Hirsch, president of the indemni-
fication - connuittee of the Bunde-
stag, the lower house. of the West
German Parliament, has agreed to
present to the P a . rliament a $20,-
000,000 proposal for the restora-
tion of 2.000 Jewish cemeteries
ravaged by the Nazis during the
Second World War, it was dis-
closed here by Rabbi Samuel
Horowitz, secretary of the :World
Center of European Rabbis.
Rabbi Horowitz said the Ger-
man government had been asked
to turn over the necessary funds
to the International Red Cross in
Geneva to beautify and protect
the neglected cemeteries situated
mostly in Poland. Similarly dese-
crated burial sites in Germany
have already been restored.
Synagogues throughout the
United States have been asked to
collect signatures for a petition
on the project to be presented to •
the Bonn government.

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