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September 24, 1965 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Jewish Veterans Start Drive Against square.
Extremists
He said that he fled be-

NY Schools Top Record

NEW YORK — Jewish school
enrollment in the greater New
York area last year reached a
total of 155,721, it was announced
by J. Jacques Stone, newly elected
president fo the Jewish Education
_
Committee of New York.
Included in that figure is the
usual estimate of 10,000 children
attending released-time classes or
receiving private instruction.

German Embassy by the Sov- cause he was convinced he would
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (JTA) was sentenced in absentia to three West
iet
Government,
accused Schuele
The commander of the Jewish months in prison for distributing of murder and other crimes during not get a fair trial in Cologne.
seditious
anti-Semitic
m
at
e
r
i
a
1.
War Veterans of the U.S.A. warned
A second trial of Auschwitz death
the Nazi occupation.
that "right-wing extremists have While out on bail, von Tinnen dis-
The Soviet charge was the sec- camp personnel accused of war
appeared
from
the
Netherlands,
changed their tactics but not their
ond of its kind made from Com-
objectives, in a carefully planned and is now reported to be in Spain. munist sources against Dr. Schuele. crimes is due to open at the end
There
is
no
extradition
treaty
be-
of November. In the first Ausch-
attempt to seize power in this coun-
tween Spain and The Netherlands. Last February, East German of- witz trial which ended last month,
try."
ficials charged him with having
Jewish shops in Brussels were been a "loyal follower" of Hitler, 17 of the 21 accused were given
In a speech before the 70th an-
No man ever becinie very
nual national convention of the found smeared with swastikas of having been a member of the prison sentences ranging from 31/2
JWV, National Commander Ralph Sept. 16 for the second time in a Nazi Party and as having been a years to life, three of the defen- wicked all at once.—Juvenair
dants were acquitted and the trial
Plofsky of White Plains, -N.Y., - said month. Police arrested a youth, judge in a Nazi court.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
that Americans should "triple their who confessed to having painted
Dr. Schuele conceded he had of a fourth was postponed due to 6—Friday, September. 24, 1965
guard and stop looking at right- several swastikas in the first in- been a member of the Nazi Storm his illness.
wing extremists as merely mis- cident, but said they had not .Troopers but said he had never
guided crackpots motivated by a found any clues to the latest been a full member of the Nazi
sme aring.
milder strain of paranoia." —
Party or ever served in the Nazi
Commander Plofsky announced
A representative of King Baud- judiciary. The West German gov-
that the JWV will devote the buin, five Belgian ministers and ernment expressed full confidence
Coming year "to mounting a mas- members of the diplomatic corps in him at the time.
sive educational program to ex- . were among the participants in the
Helmut Gramer, a former Nazi
pose right-wing extremists in 21st national pilgrimage to the for-
whatever guise they now as- tress of Breendock, one of the SS • officer and Bonn publisher,
sume." More than 2,000 delegates worst concentration camps during has disclosed in Cairo that he
from all parts of the United the Nazi occupation of Belgium, asked Egypt for political asylum.
States attended the convention, which later was designated as a Cramer fled Germany in April
to avoid standing trial last May
which closed Sunday.
national memorial.
" T h e right-wing extremists,"
Catholic, Protestant and Jewish before a Cologne court on
said Plofsky "are more powerful religious ceremonies were held in charges of endangering the Fed-
eral Republic by spreading Nazi
than ever, having learned a valu- connection with the pilgrimage.
thinking
and working for the re-
*
*
*
de-
from
the
Goldwater
lesson
able
habilitation of the Waffen SS.
feat. They seek power first, to grab
Cramer told the press in Cairo
the political machinery, then' to
that he had material incriminating
marshal the attack. It is the iden-
some 100 senior German judges of.
tical approach of the Communists.
Nazi crimes, and that he would
All over the United States, they
publish the material in about nine
have collected enough . dry tinder
ready • for the fires. • •
BONN, (JTA) — The Soviet gov- months.
He said he was seeking asylum
"Organizations like - the John ernment has .aeCuSed Erwin Schu-
Birch SocietY are waiting in . the ele, of being - a far criminal . him- in Egypt because his case arose
wings to exploit any. setbacks. With self during the .German occupation from an incident in which an Is
money. pouring in from ultracon‘ of Western Russia in World War II, raeli student tore down A. placard
servative elements, the John Birch it was reported here from Moscow. advertising' books on one . of his
Society is expanding its network. Charges, whiCh were handed to the mobile bookshops in a public
They have even opened an office
in the nation's capital. Organiza-
tions like the John Birch Society
are catch-ails for the malcontents,
the white supremacists and other
extremists, having inherited both
their funds and their leadership
from such groups as the America
Firsters and the other right-wing
movements of the thirties."

EDW. C. LEVY
SLAG CO.

Wishes

THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A HEALTHY AND HAPPY
ROSH HASHANAH -YOM KIPPUR
A YOMTOV WITH SHALOM

Moscow Accuses
German Prober
of War Crilines

* * *

Rockwell Suggests Use
of Rifles in Fight Against
Minorities; Nazis Busy

FREDERICKSBURG, Va., (JTA)
—_ American Nazi Leader George
Lincoln Rockwell, campaigning for
election as governor of Virginia,
held a rifle in the air on Sept. 16
and told an audience : "All of you
ought to own one of these." He in-
dicated that such weapons could
be used against minority groups.
Rockwell is running for governor
under the banner of the so-called
"White Conservative Party." He
attacked Virginia's two most re-
cent governors for "selling out"
the state and defended the Ku Klux
Klan.
In Montreal, Adrien Arcand,
leader of the fascist National
Unity Party, issued a new book
entitled "Down With Hate." The
book purports to show that "the
only real spreaders of hate are
the Jews, because the movement
you say one word against them,
they brand you as anti-Semite."
Speaking at a press conference,
Arcand said that George Rockwell,
fuehrer of the American Nazi Par-
ty was "just an agent provocateur,
a venal agitator who, to my own
knowledge, has received money
from the Jews to promote trouble
and gain symphathy for their
cause." Arcand was interned by
the Canadian Government from
1940 to 1945 for his pro-fascist ag-
itation.
The threat of anti-Semitism is
still a matter of concern also to
the 450,000 Jews of Argentina, Dr.
Leon Perez, vice president of the
B A L A , representative organiza-
tion of Argentine Jewry, said in a
report to the American Section of
the World Jewish Congress in New
York. The DAIA is an affiliate of
the World Jewish Congress.
Dr. Perez warned that social and
economic problems of Latin Amer'
ica might lead to local explosive
situations which, in turn, would
have their effect on the respective
Jewish communities. He said his
organization was particularly con-
cerned with the future of its youth.
In Amsterdam Paul von Tinnen



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