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January 05, 1968 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-05

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2 Neo-Nazi Parties
Reported in Australia

The fine arts commission of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek has an-
nounced plans for a week of
artistic events in mid-February
culminating with an art auction
open to the public.
Beginning Feb. 10 with a "cham-
pagne preview" for patrons, the
week will include several exhibits
of silver, fabrics, illuminated mar-
riage contracts and paintings
brought in from the Jewish Mu-
seum in New York. There will also
be paintings, sculpture, ceremonial
objects and other works of art
donated by residents of the com-
munity.
Programs of special interest also
are planned, among them a talk
by Prof. Cecil Roth, historian and
authority on Jewish art who will
show color slides of outstanding

SYDNEY — Two Nazi parties,
which style themselves as National
Socialists, are operating in Aus-
tralia, one in Sydney and the othei.
in Canberra, the capital, it was re-
ported Tuesday by the New South
Wales Jewish Board of Deputies.
The two parties are separate or-
ganizations. The one in Sydney is
led by Arthur Smith. Its counter-
part in Canberra, headed by E.
Cathron of the Australian Na-
tional University, calls itself the
National Socialist Party of Aus-
tralia, but is reported to have
only four members.

objects of art.
On the final day, Feb. 18, at 2
p.m., Lawrence DuMouchelle will
conduct an auction of the art ec-
quired by the fine arts commission.
Except for the patrons' "cham-
pagne preview," there will be no
charge for admission to the art
show and auction.
The fine arts commission advises
that anyone who wishes to donate
works of art of professional quali-
ty may do so by calling Mrs.
Shapiro at the synagogue, 357-5544.
Proceeds from the auction will
be used to acquire art for the
synagogue.

Friday, January 5, 1968-7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shaarey Zedek Plans Exhibit
and Auction of Art Works

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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2 Canadian Jews Get
Commonwealth Honors

TORONTO (JTA) — Governor-
General Roland Michener named
two Canadian Jewish personalities
to receive New Year's honors.
Samuel Bronfman, vice presi-
dent of the World Jewish Congress
and chairman of the board of gov-
ernors of the Canadian Jewish
Congress, was one of 15 Canadians
named as Companion of the Order
of Canada, the commonwealth's
highest distinction. The citation
was "in recognition of long and
distinguished public s e r v i c e."
Bronfman, a leading industrialist
and philanthropist, was for more
than 25 years president of the
Canadian Jewish Congress.
The governor-general also named
Mrs. Nina Cohen of Sydney, Nova
Scotia, former president of Cana-
dian Hadassah-WIZO, the wom-
en's Zionist organization, to re-
ceive the Medal of Service.
Both awards were introduced
last year by Prithe Minister Les-
ter Pearson's government to re-
ward and recognize Canadians
who have served their country
with distinction.

7 U.S. Governors to Tour
Israel on Goodwill Visit

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Gov.
John Volpe of Massachusetts will
lead a delegation of governors of
various states on a good will trip
to Israel in January. Gov . Volpe
and six other governors will repre-
sent the National Governors' Con-
ference of which Gov. Volpe is
chairman.
The others are Governors War-
ren P. Knowles, Republican of
Wisconsin; Calvin Rampton, Dem-
ocrat of Utah; Tim M. Babcock,
Republican of Montana; Ralph M.
Paiewonsky, Democrat of the Vir-
gin Islands; James A. Rhodes, Re-
publican of Ohio, and Hulett C.
Smith, Democrat of West Virginia.
They will tour Israel Jan. 25-31
to observe developments in nation-
building, education, health, agri-
culture, housing, industry, irriga-
tion and other areas. It is expected
that they will also familiarize
themselves with Israeli defense
problems.

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