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December 10, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-10

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$55,700 Bond Sale at Temple Israel

At the Temple Israel dinner, $55,700 in Israel Bonds were sold.
From left are Lew Norman, guest star; Rabbi M. Robert Syme, Elliott
Roosevelt, mayor of Miami Beach, guest speaker; Nathaniel H.
Goldstick, dinner chairman; Dr. Leon Fram, Harry L. Pliskow,
president of the Temple; and Cantor Harold Orbach.

Austrian Chancellor Assails Jew-Baiting

NEW YORK—On the eve of his
return to Vienna, the Austrian
Chancellor, Dr. Josef Klaus, ac-
companied by the Austrian Consul_
General in New York, Dr. Johan-
nes Willfort, received a deputation
from the World Jewish Congress
in the Plaza Hotel.
Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig, direc-
tor of the World Jewish Congress'
international affairs department,
said that a number of reported re-
cent manifestations of anti-Semit-
ism in the Austrian Republic had
caused grave disquiet in the Jew-
ish community, bath in the United
States and abroad.
The delegation, which included
Dr. Gerhart M. Riegner of Geneva,
secretary-general of the Congress;
Monty Jacobs, executive director
of the North American Executive;
and Dr. Nathan Lerner, of the inter-
national affairs department, ex-

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pressed appreciation of the con-
sistent support given by the
Austrian delegation in the United
Nations to projects designed to
curb and outlaw organizations and
movements seeking to foment anti-
Semitism or racial prejudice.
Chancellor Klaus said that both
major parties in the Austrian
Parliament repudiated anti-Semit-
ism and were determined to
eradicate it from public life. For
his own part, and speaking as the
head of his party, he recalled that
one of his first acts on assuming
leadership of his party was to
condemn every manifestation of
anti-Semitism; he stood by this
declaration.
The Chancellor, in reference to
individuals whose anti-Semitic
activity either past or present, had
given them a certain notoriety,
said that one professor, the im-
portance of whose activity had
been exaggerated in the press, had
been suspended by a university
institution in the exercise of its
academic autonomy. A public rela-
tions officer of the Federal Theater
administration, who had written
anti-Jewish articles during the
Nazi period, had, he said, written
to him some years ago, repudiat-
ing and condemning this activity
and had since not been guilty of
any act or word which showed any
sympathy with anti-Semitism.
The Chancellor expressed his
personal sympathy for the proposal
that the draft law against racial
Incitement be acted on at the
earliest possible moment by the
Austrian Parliament, and he under-
took to convey the views of the
World Jewish Congress on this
subject to the Minister of Justice
and the appropriate officials.

Mark House of Poet Fleg

PARIS — A plaque in honor of
Edmond Fleg was unveiled at the
house in 1 Quai aux Fleurs, where
the late great French Jewish poet
lived.

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Hanukah Gifts !Israel Takes Stand at United Nations
Rhodesia, S. African Policy
Sent by JAB Against
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — steps to sever ties with the break-
Israel's unqualified opposition to away regime of Ian Smith econom-
the apartheid program of the ically "or otherwise."
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South African government and to
He also said that Israel was

Hanukah parties for Jewish serv-
icemen with the U.S. Armed
Forces in Vietnam, like those to
be held at all American military
installations throughout the world
and at Veterans Administration
hospitals in the United States, will
be made brighter by gifts, holiday
supplies and treats shipped by
local groups in the United States
affiliated with the national Jewish
Welfare Board women's organiza-
tions' services.
More than 50,000 gift-wrapped
packages will be in the hands of
the American Jewish community
when the first Hanukah candle,
marking the eight-day Festival of
Lights, is kindled after sundown,
Dec. 18.
Hundreds of gifts, including
Jewish books, records, silver mezu-
zot and Stars of David on chains,
as well as refreshments, are on
their way to Chaplains Richard E.
Dryer, Robert Louis Reiner and
Harry Z. Schreiner, the three Jew-
ish chaplains in Vietnam for dis-
tribution during Hanukah to the
growing number of Jewish mili-
tary personnel • in that area, and
500 battery - operated fans have
been shipped for Jewish men sta-
tioned in Vietnam to help bring
them relief from the heat, humidi-
ty and insects.
Jewish chaplains in Korea, Italy,
France, Germany, Turkey, North
Africa, the Aleutian Islands, Guan-
tanamo Bay in Cuba, the Domini-
can Republic, many Pacific out-
posts and in all other overseas and
stateside areas where Jewish serv-
icemen are stationed will conduct
Hanukah candle-lighting services
at military installations.

Commissioner Cohen
Lists Tax Deductions

the "illegal regime" in Rhodesia
was affirmed here by Joel Barro-
mi, Israel's delegate to the Gen-
eral Assembly's special political
committee.
Speaking in debate on the
South African apartheid policy,
Barromi declared that Israel and
the Jewish people reacted "in-
stinctively" against the apartheid
program as a threat not only
against Africa, or against any
given race but one against all
mankind.
He said that to be a citizen
of 'Israel "means to take a posi-
tion" in the struggle against
racial discrimination. As far as
Israel is concerned, he told the
committee, its place is in the
"anti-racist front," which is the
front of human rights and fun-
damental freedoms.
Israel, he said, hoped that all
members of the United Nations
would be ready to make the sac-
rifice necessary to meet the chal-
lenge. He reported that on Nov.
13, Israel advised the Security
Council of its decision not to rec-
ognize "the illegal regime" of
Rhodesia and to take immediate

ready to "consider earnestly" any
proposal for further "serious and
responsible international action."

Vandalism in West Berlin

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to the Jewish News)

BONN—New swastika daubings
and anti-Semitic smears were
found Tuesday by police in the
Charlottenberg district of West
Berlin, which has been smeared
several times in recent days. The
police removed the daubings.

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United Nations.

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