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MEN'S CLUES

Friday, October 28, 1966-39
Neo-Nazi Group in Austria THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Linked to Terrorists in
Italian Tyrol, Experts Say New York Station Hit for Giving Voice of 3
. (Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Negro Anti-Semites' on Recent Program
to The Jewish News)

ADAS SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will inaugurate its Sunday morn-
ing breakfast series 9:30 this Sun-
TURIN, Italy — Links between
day at the synagogue. After pray-
neo-Nazi organizations in West
> ers and breakfast, there will be a
Aesculapian Pharmaceutical As- Germany and Austria and the
discussion with Rabbi Leonard Ca-
sociation
and its ladies auxiliary South Tyrol terrorists were re-
llan on "Ideas That Shaped Jewish
will
hold
its
40th annual dinner- ported Wednesday at the sixth con
Life." Chairman is Harry Nach-
ference here of the Internationa
man, and president is Morris Ze- dance 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Union of Resistance and Deporta
Latin
Quarters.
lenko.
tions. Delegates from 60 associa
* *
Funds raised at this affair will tions with 500.000 members attend
_ BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB finance the association's many ed the gathering.
announces the opening of the charities locally and in Israel, in-
Hubert Malin, an official of the
1966-67 Breakfast Forum series cluding Northville Sanitarium, Jew- organization. presented a report
10 a.m. Nov. 6 in the social hall. ish Home for the Aged, and the on the neo-Nazi links prepared by
Ray Girardin, Detroit police com- building fund and student scholar- 20 experts who met in Aosta. Italy.
missioner, will speak. The series ship fund of Wayne State Univer- to consider the problem. The ex-
will be Dr. E. Gordon Yudashkin, sity's college of pharmacy.
perts also studied the problem of
medical director of Northville
Hal Gordon's orchestra will
the disappearance of currency and
State Hospital; Dr. Norman Drach- play and there will be a floor
other valuables of the German SS
ler, Detroit superintendent of
show. For reservations call which apparently have been de-
Schools; Dr. Valter Poole, associate Charles Tennen, 342-6234, or posited in many foreign banks.
conductor of the Detroit Symphony
Mrs. Meyer Goldstein, DI 1-2815.
The experts said that location
Orchestra; and Rabbi Harry Bron-
Harold Ellias is president, and
of these assets is very important
stein of New York City, who will Mrs. Michael Wainer, auxiliary
because they are being used to
discuss conditions of the Jews in president.
finance neo-Nazi criminal activi-
Russia. Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
Others planning the event are ties in many areas.
is speakers chairman and Sidney
The Italian Resistance Associa-
Schlaff and Menashe Haar are Mrs. Meyer Robiner, Mr. and Mrs.
breakfast forum co-chairmen. Hyman Margolis, Mrs. Harry Dorf- tion, meeting simultaneously here.
Series tickets or single guest tic- man, Edward Rothenberg. Mr. and decided to file claims against West
kets are available from the syna- Mrs. Max Millman, Mr. and Mrs. Germany for compensation to
Asher Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer 600,000 soldiers and civilians who
gogue office.
Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pin- were deported after the armistice
* *
cer, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Karp,
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzman, Mr. to work in Germany in September
1943. The West German govern-
will see a comic light opera based
and Mrs. Sam Kaplan, 1t r. and
on a story by Sholom Aleichem at 1Mrs. Martin Share, Mrs. Morrey ment set a special $10,000,000 fund
its "Evening With the Cantor"
for that purpose in 1963, and an
8
Italian law for distribution of the
p.m. Sunday in the social hall. The 1Gural and Mrs. Harold Ellias.
money was adopted in 1964.
Piccolo Opera Company will pre-
sent the costume production, to
Hbwever, it was reported last
which friends are invited. Refresh-
month that bureaucratic complica-
ments will be served.
tions will prevent completion of
* * *
payments until 1968, and that only
ROSENWALD POST of the
Harry H. Platt, president of the between 30,000 and 40,000 persons
American Legion will meet with Detroit Men's ORT Chapter, was will be eligible for payments, in-
its Ladies Auxiliary 8:30 p.m.
presented at the annual meeting eluding some 8,000 Jews.
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Yehu T with an achievement award by
dah. There will be a movie, games Dr. William Haber, president of
and refreshments. Friends are in- the American ORT Federation, for
vited.
Platt's "outstanding service and
devotion to ORT" and signifyi.ng
Seek Vets, Participants
his election as ORT Man of the
in 1944 Paris Liberation Year.
To serve with Platt during the
NEW YORK (JTA)—A National
If you participated in the Libera-
tion of Paris 22 years ago this coming term are Lawrence Gubow Conference for Equality under
Aug. 25, your first-hand experi- and Malcolm Lowenstein, vice Claims Legislation has been form-
ences are of special interest to presidents; and Earl Gilman, sec- ed to seek changes in United
States legislation which excludes
Paramount Pictures in conjunc- retary-treasurer.
as directors were Herbert persons who were not United
tion with the new spectacular mo- A. Elected
Anderson, Harold L. Frank Rabbi
bon picture, "Is Paris Burning?" Richard Hertz, Malcolm S. Lowen- States citizens in May 1945 from
which re-creates the first major Tvti einmsSei d na enyd a. uSlmictiz, ,e rJmuadnge John receiving any kind of compensa-
turning point in World War II.
Also Martin L. Butzel, Alfred L. tion under claims legislation for
William H. Frank, Dr. Har- war loss or damage in various
All veterans with interestin g Deutsch,
old w. Jaffe Lawrence I. Levi, David
countries in Europe. The claimants
Ke. Page,
i,e ICla
Fr x aDn. kiin
Schigr
stories to relate should contact B
Schuster,Louis
rry,
include a number of Jews who set-
Frank Upton, Music Hall, Detroit Be
man,Y ' Lawrence Gubow. Judge Theo-
WO 1-3788. While most replies are dore Levin, Harry H. Platt and Abe tled in this country after the war.
Kurt R. Grossman, executive
expected to come from members Shiffman.
secretary of the new group, said
of the 4th Infantry Division who
that the organization was particu-
participated in the Liberation. Louis Stone Memory
larly concerned about Section 204
American or French civilians liv- to Live On at Party
of U. S. Public Law 87-846, the
ing or working in Paris during
so-called War Claims Act of 1962.
that period are also being sought. for 400 Little Goblins
It applies to all persons who be-
"IS PARIS BURNING?" opens
U.S. _Attorney Lawrence Gubow, came citizens after May 8, 1945.
at the Music Hall Detroit, Novem- chairman, announced that the
her 17th. Louis Stone Memorial Foundation
will again play host to more than Supreme Court to Rule
400 youngsters on Halloween
on Citizenship of Jew
Night, Monday, at Franklin School.
A two-hour floor show headed Who Voted in Israel
by Eddie Collins, banjoist, will be
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
followed by the traditional dis- Supreme Court Monday agreed to
tribution of treats. This event rule on whether the United States
NEW YORK (JTA)—Formation perpetuates the memory of Louis government can deprive a Polish-
of a DEW (Divorce Early Warn- Stone, who annually held this born Jew of his American citizen-
/-
)
ing) system designed to help pre- party for the neighborhood chil- ship because he voted in an Is-
vent Jewish marital and family dis- dren at his drug store on Third raeli election.
cord, and disintegration of the Jew- Ave.
The court granted the petition
ish family, was proposed at the
Assisting Gubow will be Judges to review the case of Beys Afroyim.
two-day conference on "Divorce Nathan Kaufman and Joseph Per-
in the Jewish Community," spon- nick; Jack Schwartz, Nathan Gold- 73, who was stripped of his status
as a naturalized American citizen
sored by the synagogue commis- stick, Martin Barahl, Abe Lerner,
by a Federal District Court, after
sion of the New York Federation Meyer Silverman, the Jewish War
he voted in 1951 in an election
of Jewish Philanthropies.
Veterans and the Morton A. Silver- for the Knesset, Israel's parlia-
The conference resolved that man Post of JWV.
ment. Afroyim had emigrated to
some means be found to coordinate
the United States and became a
the helping professions involved—
citizen in 1926.
the law, psychiatry and psychology,
The New York Civil Liberties
social work and the rabbinate—
Union, which is sponsoring his ap-
into a concerted effort for the
peal as a test case, contends that
early detection of symptoms of
the Immigration and Nationality
emotional discord. It was suggest-
The Jewish War Veterans De- Act is unconstitutional in purport-
ed that a committee be formed of partment of Michigan and its ing to deprive a person of his
member agencies of the Federa- Ladies Auxiliary will hold a party citizenship by the act of voting,
tion, other social agencies, edu- at Saginaw Veterans Hospital, unless the citizen intends to give
cators, and rabbinical representa- 2 p.m. Nov. 6.
up his citizenship.
tives, to implement the recom-
Entertainment will consist of a
mendations.
USO show, as well as presenta-
Consider well what your strength
tions of three television sets.
is equal to, and what exceeds
Conscience has no more to do
Chairmen are Tom Tannis and your ability. — Horace.
with gallantry than it has with Aharon Gumer and Mesdames
Abuse: The bitter clamour of
politics. —Sheridan Bertha Schaap and Goldie. Bank. two eager tongues. — Shakespeare.

Pharmacist Group
to Mark 40th Year

Harry Platt Named
ORT Man of Year

.

Refugees Seek
Equality Under
War Claims Act

`Warning System'
to Aid Family
Unity Proposed

JWV

.

is time somebody did something
about it."
The three Negroes who appeared
on the program, all of whom work
in Harlem, were Arthur Williams,
a student at New York University;
Mrs. Rose Hayes, a publicity
worker for an anti-poverty pro-
gram; and Omar Ahmed, who was
not identified. One of the three
said that Jews had "dragged" the
United States into war five times.
All expressed contempt for whites
in general and for Jews in par-
ticular.

NEW YORK (JTA)—The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith
reported their offices had been de-
luged with telephone calls from
persons protesting a local televi-
sion program which featured what
the congress called "three Negro
Anti-Semites."
The program, "Negroes and
Anti-Semitism," was defended by
David Susskind, its moderator,
who said it was important "to
spotlight this infection."
Will Maslow, executive director
of the AJ Congress, sent a tele-
gram to station WNEW, which
broadcast the program Oct. 16,
expressing "shock" over the pro-
gram, adding that the station
"rendered a disservice to journal-
ism and the community."
He accused Susskind of "pander-
ing to sensationalism by turning
his program over to three Negro
anti-Semites. Such discussions.
far from bringing the issue out
into the open, serve only to ex-
acerbate tensions and foment the
advocates of black power and
white backlasn."
A spokesman for WNEW said
that the station received about
80 calls after the program and
that only two were favorable.
In his defense of the program,
Susskind said: "The Negroes
are the last people in the world
who should hate, but the prob-
lem of anti-Semitism in the
Negro ghettoes does exist and it

Court Rules Invalid
'Confession' by Boy
in Jewish Center Fire

WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. (JTA)
— A Westchester County judge
ruled that the alleged confession
to the police by 17-year-old Thomas
A. Ruppert, that he set fire to
the Yonkers Jewish Community
Center last December, is invalid.
Twelve persons were killed in the
blaze.

Judge Robert E. Dempsey based
his ruling on recent United States
Supreme Court guidelines requir-
ing that a defendant be told of
his right to remain silent and of
his right to have a lawyer.
Judge Dempsey also ordered a
hearing to determine the con-
stitutionality of a remaining frag-
ment of evidence against the youth.
This is a statement he made to a
man not connected with the police.
Although Judge Dempsey did
not name the third person, he was
believed to be the executive direc-
tor of the Jewish center.

New Yorkers Donate
Ambulance to Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) — An am-
bulance, a gift of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Zuckerwise to the American 4•••••••••••4190•••••••00i
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