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November 24, 1967 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 24, 1967-5

Klutznick Addresses
Hebrew U. Function

Philip M. Klutznick, chairman
of the international committee
of the Hebrew University In-
stitute of Contemporary Jewry,
is shown addressing the second
annual meeting of the committee
which opened Nov. 6 on the
university's Mount Scopus cam-
pus. In the audience were distin-
guished Jewish scholars and
community leaders from the
U.S., England, France, Brazil,
Argentina, Spain and Israel.
Seated next to Klutznick in the
picture is Hebrew University
President Eliahu Elath.

NPD Leader Sings

Old Hitler Tune

HANNOVER (JTA) — Echoes
of Hitler's old cry for unification
of Austria with Germany sounded

here Sunday as 1,500 delegates

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Cordially invites the community to attend its

GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY
SUNDAY, NOV. 26 -- 2 P.M.

to the neo-Nazi National Demo-

cratic Party (NPD) Congress
cheered their newly elected chair-
man, Adolf von Thadden, who
vowed that the NPD would be "the
seeding ground for the rebirth of
the German nation."
The opening of the NPD con-
-clave was greeted by some 5,000
demonstrators carrying banners
which demanded, "Nazis get out of
our city." A group of trade union-
ists telegraphed the Bonn govern-
ment to urge legal steps against
the NPD which, they asserted,
was violating the West German
constitution. Later, the number of
demonstrators dwindled to 80. Nev-
ertheless, von Thadden, conscious
of the party's image, threatened
to expel any speaker who might
damage it by a display of anti-
Semitism or extreme radicalism.
This did not prevent von Thad-
den himself f r o m issuing what
amounted to a new call for "an-
schluss." Castigating the West for
"atomizing" the German people,
he demanded to know how an
Austrian nation can exist "when
we leave the (German-speaking)
South Tyrolese to their fate." Von
Thadden claimed that the NPD
is the "only opposition party' in
West Germany. now that the Chris-
tian Democratic Union and the
Social Democratic Party have
formed a coalition government.

Earlier, Dr. Ludwig Erhard,
former chancellor of West Ger-
many, told newsmen in Jerusa-
lem that he did not believe anti-
Semitism in "democratic Ger-
many" had any chance of becom-
ing contagious or a force. The
West German leader and his
wife came for 10 days on the in-
vitation of Premier Levi Eshkol.

A leader of the Social Democra-
tic Party which, with the Chris-
tian Democratic Union comprises
West Germany's coalition govern-
mentt, warned that the dangers
of the radical right must be taken
seriously, in view of Germany's
experience with the Nazi Party.
Herbert Werner, vice-chairman
of the Social Democratic Party and
minister for German affairs in the
government, issued the warning
following a party conference at
Bad Godesberg. He denounced the
NPD which, he said, was neither
national nor democratic. The "dou-
ble lie (of its name) is intended
to mobilize those who are dissat-
isfied with the policy of the pres-
ent coalition government," he said.
He observed that the NPD gained
much of its success as the result
of newspaper headlines.

NEW SITE LOCATION

EAST SIDE OF MIDDLEBELT ROAD
BETWEEN NORTHWESTERN HWY. AND 14 MILE ROAD
FARMINGTON, MICHIGAN

EMMA SCHAVER

WALTER FIELD

MORRIS BRANDWINE

Honorary Chairman

Co-Chairman

Co-Chairman

ABE KASLE

EUGENE SLOAN

JACK SHENKMAN

Chairman, Bldg. Comm.

Co-Chairman, Bldg. Comm.

President

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