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September 08, 1967 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-08

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Arab Collegians
100th Anniversary Plans for Jewry
Beseiged With Hate Canceled by Czechoslovakia Govt.
Literature on Israel WASHINGTON (JTA)—A spokes- Czechoslovakia" arising from the

man for Cedok, the official Czecho- Arab-Israel war and severance by
slovakian travel agency, said in Prague of diplomatic relations with
BOSTON—Literature describing Prague Tuesday that Czechoslo-
Israel caused the cancellation of
the Israeli government as an out- vakia has cancelled plans to pro-
the Jewish anniversary festival.
law government, practicing mur- mote Jewish tourism in 1968 in
Cedok had prior to June 5, when
der, apartheidism, land-stealing connection with a celebration of the
and "invasionist warmaking" was 1,000th anniversary of the Czech the war erupted, envisaged the an-
niversary
as an opportunity to
distributed to Arab students at- Jewish community.
attract large numbers of Jewish
tending the 16th annual confer-
The Cedok spokesman said that tourists of American and other
ence of their American organiza-
"the situation between Israel and Western nationalities.
tion this week in Cambridge.
The propaganda emanated from
Federated Americans Against Is-
rael Racism, or "FAIR" "for the
Strictly
highest tradition of democracy?'
Kosher
Address of the group is 57 West
Meats and
10th Street, New York.
Poultry

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS,

MOVING SALE!

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

KAPLAN BROS.

Boasting that the Student Non-
violent Coordinating Committee
has announced its "support for
justice for the Arab peoples,"
the small hate sheet remarks:
"As usual Jewish-ist politicians
and press violently slander SNCC
for its forthright stand for equal
human rights."
In contrast, the Israeli Students

Organization in the United States,
sent friendly greetings to the Or-
ganization of Arab Students con-
vention at MIT, expressing the
earnest hope "that your delibera-
tions will produce constructive
proposals for the mutual better-
ment of all people in our region."
Representatives of several Jew-
ish organizations, working in co-
operation with the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Metropolitan
Boston, followed the proceedings
at MIT as closely as possible after
learning that the chairman of the
convention committee on arrange-
ments had given assurance that
the sessions would be open to the
public.

ACLU to Help Nazis
Win Burial in National
Cemetery for Rockwell

ARLINGTON, Va. — The North-
ern Virginia Chapter of the Ameri-
can Civil Liberties Union has ac-
cepted a Nazi request for help to
bury the cremated remains of
George Lincoln Rockwell in a
military cemetery.
Lawrence Speiser, director of
the chapter, said the group will
seek a court injunction to force
the Army to permit interment of
the remains of the American Nazi
Party fuehrer.
Matthias Koehl, Rockwell's suc-
cessor, said an urn containing the
remains would be held "in sacred
trust" at the headquarters while
the party goes to court.
The Army originally granted
permission for Rockwell, a former
Navy commander, to be buried in
Culpepper National Cemetery. but
the burial party was blocked by
troops when party members re-
fused to shed Nazi paraphernalia.
A judge in Arlington County,
Va., ordered reduction in amount
of $10,000 Wednesday in the bond
of John C. Patler, 29, disgruntled
"stromtrooper captain" of the
American Nazi Party charged with
the murder of Nazi leader George
Rockwell.
Attorneys for Patler said the
reduction was not enough and that
they would immediately petition
the Virginia Circuit Court to have
it reduced further. The attorneys
had asked for a $45,000 reduc-
tion in the $50,000 bond that has
kept Patler confined since his
arrest on Aug. 25.
Arlington county Judge L. Jack-
son Emery said the reduction was
"as much consideration as can be

given the defendant in view of all
the circumstances." The judge
referred to Arlington police re-
ports of threats to Patler's life
and absence of proof that Patler
would remain in the locality if his
bond was reduced to the extent
of setting him free pending trial.
Thomas J. Morris, an attorney

for Patler, told newsmen that re-
duction was meaningless because
Patler could not raise $40,000 bond.
After his ruling, the judge set
Sept. 28 for a preliminary hearing

in the Patler case. The judge must
then decide whether there is suf-
ficient evidence to present the case
to a county grand jury.

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