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September 24, 1965 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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The Iron Horse Conquers the Negev

Shazar, Unterman,
H umphrey Messages
on the New Year

—JTA Photo—(Copyright)

Israel celebrated another pioneering achievement — the opening
of a 20-mile rail link linking Beersheba, capital of the Negev, and
Dimona. The single-track line, built at a cost of $4,000,000, will carry
ore from Oron. Eventually it will be extended to the southern port
town of Eilat.

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Jerusalem. Zealots
Extend Attacks to
Nonreligious Area

ONCE AGAIN

BRINGS YOU
THE
VERY THING
YOU NEED FOR
YOUR HOLIDAY
TABLE

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Presi-
dent Zalman Shazar extended "the
heartfelt blessings of the State of
Israel" to all of its citizens "and
to all Jews throughout the world"
in a New Year message of greet-
ing. His message included a prayer
that the year to come would "bring
all of us a life of happiness and
peace."
Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unt-
termann declared in a New Year's
message that "we send our warm
greetings to our brethren wherever
they are. May God Almighty give
to you all a happy year and grant
you full health and cheerfulness
of soul to fulfill the great tasks
facing every one of the Children_
of Israel in this age."
Washington, Vice - President
Hubert H. Humphrey issued a
statement of greetings, declaring:
"The High Holy Days are cause
for rejoicing — not only on the
part of the Jewish people, but by
all men of good will.
"Their unswerving faith in this
law throughout the centuries is
one of mankind's most inspiring
epics. These centuries have wit-
nessed their profound contribu-
tions to every aspect of human
endeavor — to religion, to science,
industry, labor, the arts, the hu-
manities, the professions, govern-
ment and so many other phases
of a good society. But, sadly, time
and again, throughout history, the
`People of the Book' have been in-
nocent victims — of so many in-
stances of man's inhumanity to
man."

JERUSALEM — Extension by
Jerusalem's ultra - orthodox zealots
of their rock-throwing demonstra-
tions into nonreligious areas spur-
BEAUTIFUL
red a growing demand Tuesday
for stronger police action against
TABLE
the demonstrators.
ARRANGEMENTS
The zealots stoned passing
vehicles, attacked drivers and in-
jured policemen Saturday for the
POTTED
second Sabbath in a row. The
BLOOMING
demonstrations have been staged
PLANTS
regularly whenever there is an
internal crisis or before elections Undercover Agent, 28,
to embarrass religious political
FANCY CERAMIC $5
parties, particularly those part- Testifies Toronto Nazis
icipating in the government coali-
DISH GARDENS
Talked of Hanging Jews
tion, according to observers.
from
Both the Jerusalem public and
TORONTO (JTA) — Plans of
newspaper opinion have expressed John Beattie's Canadian neo-Nazi
DELIVERED THE DAY
concern over the fact that the group to "hang Jewish traitors
BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS!
violent demonstrations no longer on Parliament Hill" were described
are restricted to Orthodox neigh- by Ron Battaro, a 28-year-old York
borhoods but have been extended University student, who joined the
to "mixed" as well as nonreligious extremist group as an undercover
sections of the capital. Editorials agent on behalf of the Canadian
attributed the expansion in part Jewish Congress and another anti-
to the government's past "retreats" Nazi group.
before the zealots, including the
Battaro testified in the trial of
closing of several public thorough- a number of Canadians charged
fares in Orthodox neighborhoods with assault and creating a pub-
8000 Livernois
on the Sabbath.
lic disturbance in a clash at a
Closed Rosh Hashanah
Nazi rally in Allan Gardens last
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Battaro told the court that
he had attended numerous meet-
ings of the neo-Nazi organiza-
tion to learn the group's plans
and propaganda techniques. He
identified two others associated
with him in the undercover work
as John and Christopher Dingle,
brothers.
Beattie, meanwhile, admitted in
his testimony his admiration for
Adolf Hitler, and said that all he
knew about Jews being slaughtered
by the Nazis was what he read
in the "Jew Press." He also admit-
One way to start the Jewish
ted his close link with George
Year 5726 in the Jewish tradition:
Rockwell, head of the American
Barton's Shofar Assortment
Nazi Party.
Of miniature chocolates. Fruits,
nuts, cordials, cremes, indi-
One of the accused, Ignace David,
vidually foiled to form a
44, changed his plea to guilty from
_ Shofar. Share it with your
not guilty, after he explained that
'friends and family. It's taste-
he had attacked Yves Moreau, a
ful It's tasty $2.19. Barton's
bystander at the rally, taking him
Shofar Assortment.
for a Nazi.
David, who will appear for sent-
tencing on Oct. 19, said that he
tontoiutau
had lost 50 relatives at the hands
of the Nazis and that he himself
had been an inmate in various
concentration camps.
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`Great Race' Coming Here

Warner Brothers announced
that its $12,000,000 production of
"The Great Race" has been award-
ed to United Detroit's Michigan
at 10
Theater for an exclusive, extended
Mile Road
engagement starting Oct. 13.
While originally announced for
a two-a-day roadshow release, Leon
Serin, vice president of United
Detroit Theaters, who confirmed
the booking, - said "The Great
ite" will be presented in con-
,i0Ainuous shows at the Michigan.

OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAYS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 24, 1965-11

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