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September 30, 1966 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-30

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Canadian Jewish Congress Agent
Exposes Paucity of Neo-Nazi Group

NY City Council to Get Bil
Aimed at Biased Banks

THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 30, 1966-29

Bonn Claims Deadline Is Today

NEW YORK (JTA)—Two mem
TORONTO (JTA)—John Gar- strength and quite weak finan- hers of the New York City Council
rity, 37-year-old former sheriff's cially. The movement has about announced that they planned to
BONN (JTA)—A reminder was issued here calling attention to
officer for York County, revealed 15 active members in the Tor- introduce a local bill requiring the fact
that today is the deadline for filing claims for indemnity
in a feature article in the Oct. 1 onto-Oshawa-Hamilton area and
that city funds be deposited only payments arising from the
legislation adopted last year by the—
West
issue of Maclean's Magazine, a 50 supporters who would ex- in banks and trust companies that
national Canadian publication, that tend financial aid from time to do not discriminate in their hiring German government expanding the provisions of the indemnity law.
for 16 months he infiltrated the time.
Those failing to register claims by today for the new and expanded
practices.
neo-Nazi group of John Beattie
of persecution suffered under the Nazis will not receive
The move followed recent dis- categories
However, despite its pettiness
compensation, the announcement said.
and became his trusted confidante. and poverty , Garrity regards it as closures by the American Jewish
Garrity, who functioned under potentially a serious threat. He Committee that, in the nine major
his own name, writes that he was has tape recordings of intimate banks in the city, only one of the TV's Israel Casualties
engaged for this purpose as a conversations between Beattie and 173 senior executives was Jewish
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Even
private investigator by the Cana- George Rockwell, leader of the —and only nine of the 927 middle- though no television station is in
'than Jewish Congress in Toronto, American Nazi Party, and also level executives were Jewish—in operation as yet in Israel, the
spite of the fact that nearly one- press already reports that a num-
to whom he turned over the mem- of committee meetings.
bership lists, files, confidential
third
of the city's general popula- ber of cinemas have been forced
Sydney Midanik, chairman of tion and
documents and recorded conversa-
half of the college gradu. to close down because of the com-
tions.
the Ontario Regional Community ates
are Jewish.
petition from Arab TV programs.
According to Garrity, the Relations Committee of the Cana-
Council Majority Leader David
movement is small in numerical dian Jewish Congress and Bnai Ross from the Bronx, and Council- At a meeting of cinema proprie-
tors deep concern was voiced over
Brith, issued the following state-
ment: "This article was seen by man Edward L. Sadowsky of the future of the industry when
us only after publication. We Queens, both Democrats, proposed Isarel's own programs will begin.
neither sought its publication or in the measure that the city with-
preparation, had no prior knowl- draw its funds deposited from any Classified Ads Get Quick Results
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were prejudice in hiring
edge of it and were not consulted. bank
was found.
For Good Photographs
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
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BONN —A delegation of the cur- substantial accuracy of the ac-
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rent United Jewish Appeal mission count given insofar as it concerns tee report stated that interviews
with
bank
officials
brought
re-
arrived here Wednesday for a the involvement of the Canadian
week-long study of the German- Jewish Congress. We conveyed all sponses that ranged from overt
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Jewish situation in the first visit information received to the law expressions of prejudice against
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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by a UJA delegation to West Ger- enforcement and investigative Jews to acknowledgements of fail-
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Edward Ginsberg of Cleveland, a
national UJA chairman, and Rabbi
Herbert Friedman, UJA executive
vice chairman, are heading the
group which will meet with lead-
ing government officials and rep-
resentatives of Jewish communi-
ties in various cities, including
West Berlin. The American Jew-
ish leaders met Wednesday with
Paul Luecke, the federal interior
minister, and were guests at a re-
ception given by Asher Ben Na-
than, Israel's ambassador to West
Germany. --
The Jewish leaders met Thurs-
day with Prof. Carlo Schmid,
vice president of the Bundestag,
the lower house of the West
German parliament, and confer-
red later with the mayors of
Bonn, Cologne, Hamburg and
other cities.
On arrival, Rabbi Friedman is-
sued a statement declaring that
"we want to deepen the contacts
with the Jewish communities in
Germany and to get a good on-the-
spot view of the work and prob-
lems in the communities. Our
meetings with official personalities
here are to give us information on
what the federal government has
done for the building of a demo-
cratic state and in which way the
younger generation is being in-
structed about the crimes of the
Nazis against the Jews and about
the kind of measures taken against
former Nazis."
On Wednesday, all Mission mem-
bers will gather in Geneva, Switz-
erland, to be briefed by JDC of-
ficials. From Geneva, they will fly
to Israel. Each member pays his
own way throughout the fact-
finding survey tour.
The absorption in Israel, as well
as the relief and rehabilitation
programs in other countries, has
been adversely affected by the
ending of West German reparation
payments, causing an annual loss
of $10,500,000 to the Jewish Agency
and one of $7,000,000 to the JDC.
The United HIAS Service which
also receives funds from UJA cam-
paigns for transportation of Jewish
refugees going to countries other
than Israel, has also lost $500,000
in annual income from the same
source.
During their stay in Israel, mis-
sion members will meet with offi-
cials of the Jewish Agency and
of the Israel government who are
directly concerned with absorp-
tion.

UJA Mission First
to Visit Germany

SA/V MY
WOOLF

Capitalist Yeast Makes
the Socialist Cake Rise

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Yigal Allon,
Minister of Labor, asserted here
that the only way to alleviate the
economic crisis is to increase pro-
ductivity and exports. Allon added
that productivity had increased by
60 per cent in enterprises where
output and wages were linked.

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