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June 23, 1967 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-23

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James Rosenberg Offers Paintings
to Israel Emergency Fund Donors

Friday, June 23, 1967-27

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Marriages

BONN (JTA)—The West Ger
Betty Louise Swartz and Spec.
4-cl. Joseph Lawrence Hirschfield
man Interior Ministry, reporting on 1 NY
were married in Stuttgart, Ger-
development of right wing extrem-
TEL AVIV — An Israeli soldier many. Rabbi Saul Koss, U.S. Army
ism in West Germany. noted the who returned from the front a chaplain, officiated. Parents of the
electoral successes of the National few days before was f a t a 11 y bride are Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Democratic Party (NPD) and said stabbed by a Jewish volunteer Swartz of Roselawn Ave. while
that for the first time in six years, from New York Monday night in the bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Abe Gotthelf of Passaic, New Jer-
an extremist group had become "a a restaurant here.
sey, and the late Henry Hirschfield.
political factor." The ministry esti-
Three bystanders and a police- After a wedding trip to Switzei-
mated the strength of the party at l man were wounded by the same land, the newlyweds will live in
the end of 1966 at 25,000—a gain man, who went berserk with a Fraundau, Germany.
of 11,000 in one year—and said switch-blade knife. Michael Katz,
that the total membership of ex- I 23. among a group of young people
work
ed o tn
fuanteeredwas
National and Local Talent
treme right-wing organizations had I w
to reported
lsrael's vol
ENTERTAINMENT
reached 36,200, thus approximat- have drawn the knife after he o *
could not pay his restaurant bill. t SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ
4(
ing their 1960 highwater mark.
The report stressed that the pro- The dead man was Reuben Lupo-
4(
AGENCY
portion of former members of Hit- vitz.
y-
Professional Shows
Katz was placed under arrest in
ler's National Socialist Party in
for Any Occasion
*
the NPD was at least eight times a hospital after being shot in the
356-8525
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higher than in the population as a shoulder by the wounded police- *
Mich.
whole. The neo-Nazi party drew 64 man.
'
itrItr-Pr-;;:itl-e4rIc-:or
per cent of its members from the
middle classes, especially independ- Bereznitzer Campaign Set
ent business, commerce, handicrafts
PRESENTS
The Bereznitzer Aid Society will
and agriculture, the report re- hold an Israel Emergency Cam-
vealed, stating that recruitment paign 9 p.m. Thursday at Beth
from these sectors was increasing. Hillel. The affair will honor Isa-
It said the party found little sup- dore Rosenberg for his service to
port from working-class elements the Bereznitzer Society, to his com-
and this support was declining.
munity and to Israel.
The NPD, the federal agency
Ruben Galchinsky is chairman
NEW YORK (JTA)—James M. Rosenberg, longtime Jew- said, was concentrating its recruit-
BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
ish leader and gifted painter, offered Sunday some of his ment efforts on young people who of the affair with Joseph H. Peven
as co-chairman. Meyer Terebelo is
paintings to anyone making a contribution of at least $500 could be offered jobs in the party president of the Bereznitzer. The UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730
for each painting to the Israel Emergency Fund of the United organization. The ministry de- program is being arranged by the
Jewish Appeal. Thirty Rosenberg paintings were displayed scribed the NPD as "a party with- Israel Bond Organization.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
in a one-man show at the Sindlin-Harris Galleries in Man- out a program" which tended to-
wards
an
anti-intellectual,
emo-
hattan and 12 remained unsold, from which the proposed
tional and stereotyped way of
gift is available.
The report charged that
Mr. Rosenberg's address is 457 Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, thinking.
the party was seeking to unleash
and
N.Y.
political passions and asserted that
there was a growing number of
Lincoln 5 - 8614
parallels between the NPD's ap-
proach and the Nazi ideology, in-
cluding an advocacy. by some of
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A bomb Jewish incidents during the past the NPD agitators of discredited
exploded in front of the home of few days. The DAIA charged, in Nazi racial theories.
Dr. Jaime Pompas of Cordoba, a the letter, that "certain elements"
local Jewish leader who had pro- were trying to "involve our people
sdfizt cLa,r....ied at ale tiyoit puce
tested to provincial authorities in the Middle East war situation."
trAti
against similar attacks against the The DAIA reminded the Minister
•,t /•
Sephardic synagogue and a Jewish- that in a recent statement to the
Southfield announces the grand
owned bank of Cordoba. The bomb organization on the anti-Jewish
did not cause any damages to the demonstrations, he had assured opening of its theater located in
home of Dr. Pompas, who is presi- that the Government would act to the Southfield Civic Center. The
dent of the Cordoba section of the guard "the social peace." About Southfield dramatic group is offer-
DAIA, the central representative 100 Argentines demonstrated in ing the play "Doctor in the House"
front of the Israel Embassy here 8:30 p.m. June 30 and July 1.
agency for Argentine Jews.
The DAIA sent a letter to In- denouncing "Jews" and "Yankee Tickets are available at the door.
* •
terior Minister Guillermo Borda, imperialism." Police dispersed the
17540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 . THUR.. FRI. TIL 9.
MONGOLOID CHILDREN'S AS-
providing a detailed list of anti- demonstrators without incident.
SACIATION will present as guest
,
speaker Dr. CLEMENS E. BENDA,
authority in the field of mental re-
tardation 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Tuller Hotel ballroom. There will
be no admission charge. Dr. Ben-
da's topic will be "The Present
State of Research in Mongolism."
Dr. Benda also will lecture at
Wayne State University.
• •

YIDDISH FOLKS F .4 R E I N
pledged all its efforts to the Israel
Emergency Fund and contributed
$3,000 towards the fund.
• • •
The DETROIT HEARING AND
SPEECH CENTER announces a
reading and auditory training. Be-
ginning the week of June 26.
classes will meet at the Torch
Drive agency, 1401 Ash St., near
Grand River and Lodge Express-
way. Interested adults may regis-
ter now. For enrollment informa-
tion, call FA 1-1436.
• • •
Oakland University's MEADOW
BROOK FESTIVAL will open its
fourth season 8:30 p.m. Thursday
with the full Detroit Symphony
Orchestra under Sixten Ehrling's
direction beginning an eight week
schedule of 32 concerts in the
Howard C. Baldwin Memorial Pa-
vilion. The young American pian-
ist, MISHA DICHTER, will be the
soloist Saturday and Sunday.

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Swastikas in Montreal
MONTREAL (JTA) — Swastikas
were smeared on two Montreal
synagogues and the Jewish Corn-
munity Center by what police be-
lieve to be a group of vandals. In-
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