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October 29, 1965 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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Mrs. Meir Reports on Talk
Abroad; Shrugs Off
French Overtures to UAR

JERUSALEM (JTA)
Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel's foreign minis-
ter, reported to the cabinet about
her conversation with United
States Secretary of State Dean
Rusk, whom she met during her
recent visit to New York to at-
tend the General Assembly of the
United Nations.
In her report, Mrs. Meir also
told the cabinet about her con-
versations with about 50 other
foreign ministers as well as about
topics of specific interest to Is-
rael among the items on the
agenda of the current General As-
sembly.
At the same time, she dis-
cussed the implications of the
visit paid to France by Marshal
Abdel Hakim Amer, vice-presi-
dent of Egypt. The special treat-
ment accorded to Marshal Amer
by France, and French efforts
to re-establish closer ties with
Egypt do not concern Israel,
she told the Cabinet.
Increased efforts to expand the
cultural and economic ties be-
tween Israel and France were
pledged here Monday by the new
ambassador from Paris, Bertrand
de la Sablier. The envoy, who
served as consul- general for
France here 10 years ago, pre-
sented his letters of credence
Monday to President Zalman Sha-
zar.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced here by the foreign min-
istry that Israel's cultural repre-
sentation in the United States is
being expanded with the appoint-
men of cultural attaches in three
new cities outside Washington.
Beno Zur, former head of the
Israel Army Radio Network, has
been named cultural attache in
Philadelphia; Naarni Hockstein, a
sociologist, was named cultural at-
tache in Los Angeles; and Aviv
Akroni was named cultural attache
in Chicago.

Canadian Neo-Nazi,
Two Jews Sentenced
for Fracas in Park

TORONTO (JTA) — A Toronto
magistrate sentenced neo-N a z i
John Beattie and two of three
Jewish anti-Nazis on charges grow-
ing out of a wild melee in a Tor-
onto park last May when the 23-
year-old unemployed neo - Nazi
tried to stage an anti-Semitic ral-
ly.
Beattie was found guilty of
causing a public disturbance and
fined $150. He was given a month
to pay the fine. Asked if he had
anything to say, he told Magistrate
Fred Hayes "I am sorry I was
found guilty." Outside the court-
room he gave photographers the
Nazi salute.
The three Jews were Samuel
Kaplan, 34; Max Beinblich, 33;
and Ignac David, 43, all of whom
lost their families in the Nazi
holocaust and who knew of the
Nazi terror at first hand. Bein-
blich was fined $150 for causing
a public disturbance. David was
sentenced to 30 days in prison
on assault charges.
The magistrate noted that David
had assaulted an innocent person,
a stranger in., Toronto, who was
merely walking in Allan Gardens
park on May 30 and had no knowl-
edge or relation to the neo-Nazi
rally. Four others accused in the
melee will be tried in November,
the court annouced.

Arson Ruled Out, Smoking
Suggested as Cause of
Fire That Razed Temple

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (JTA) —
State police officials, completing

their probe of a fire that destroy-
ed Beth El Temple, causing dam-
age totaling $1,000,000, declared
they found no evidence of arson.
In the conflagration, the sanc-
tuary and auditorium were de-
stroyed, and seven Holy Scrolls
were lost. Police probers said the
fire was apparently caused by

careless smokers. A drive to
raise funds for rebuilding the tem-
ple is now under way.

Friday, October 29, 1965-37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WE ALL NEED

THE MOST

QUALIFIED

Elect

NICHOLAS

FOR COMMON COUNCIL

AN OUTSTANDING RECORD OF CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY

• National Chairman, Committee for Racial Justice Now

• Research Director, Detroit Fellowship of Urban
Renewal Churches

• Founder, Horace A. White Half-Way House for the
Prevention of Juvenile and Parental Delinquency

• National Secretary, Urban_ Church Department, United
Church of Christ

we share

a common concern for De-
troit's future. The character and membership of
the Detroit Common Council greatly affects the
lives of each of us, whether we live in the city or
the suburbs. We know that you are aware of the
significance of this election and we hope that you
will join us in working for the candidate most qual-
ified to represent the entire community.

• Chairman, Spain Jr. High, Advisory Committee

• Vice-President, Detroit Council of Churches,
(Resigned, 1965)

• Pastor, Plymouth Congregational Church

• Founder and Executive, Plymouth Housing Corpora-
tion

• Vice-President, University City Cooperative

Robert Alpern

Dr. Samuel Krohn

Lillian Bernstein

Louis LaMed

Morris J. Brandwine

Edward C. Levy

Avern Cohn

Morris Lieberman

Mrs. Irving S. Cane

Jack Malamud

Alfred W. Keats

Dr. Irving Posner

Lewis S. Grossman

Louis Rosenzweig

Mrs. Rose Kleinman

David 1. Rosin

Dr. Shmarya Kleinman

George M. Zeltzer

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