100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 10, 1969 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Social Democrat Cautions on

BONN (JTA) - The director of
the Social Democratic Party, a
senior partner in the next West
German coalition government,
warned here Tuesday that the
ultra-right-wing National Demo-
cratic Party must still be taken
seriously despite its resounding de-
feat in the Sept. 28 national elec-
tions.

The final tally in the West German elections Sept. 28 are as
follows :
Seats
Per Cent
Votes

(1965 Figures in Brackets)

Christian Dems
Social Dems
Free Dems
National Dems

Parties
CDU (Christian Democrat)
SPD (Social Democrat)
FDP (Free Democrat)
NPD (National Democrat) .
DP (German Party)
KPD (Communists)

Wischnewski hinted that the new
government might seek a constitu-
tional ban on the NPD. Asked if
steps would be taken to outlaw
the party, he replied that if the
ministry of interior was to make
a request to that effect, the gov-
ernment would act accordingly. He
said that as a result of the elec-
tions, the NPD would lose ground
in local contests. He said he was
.opposed in principle to the violent
anti-NPD demonstrations that
greeted the right wingers almost
everywhere during the late elec-
tion campaign.
The reputedly neo-Nazi party,
meanwhile, has been forced to
change the site of its forthcoming
convention from West Berlin to
Hanover. The convention was to
have opened in West Berlin Oct.
25, but Mayor Qlaus Schutz peti-
tioned the Allied occupying pow-
ers (Britain, France and the U.S.)
to prohibit the gathering. They
agreed on grounds that it might
lead to disturbances.

(47.6)
(39.3)
( 9.5)
( 2.0)

242 (245)
224 (202)
30 ( 49)
None

1965
1961
1957
1953
47.6
45.4
45.2
50.2
31.0
39.3
36.2
31.8
28.8
29.2
9.5
7.7
12.8
9.5
11.8
- - - - 2.0
3.0 -
4.0
3.2
2.2
3.73

Paris/Londons7g4
2 weeks...from

MIL/

including:
• Round trip air fare on AIR FRANCE from New York
• Accommodations • 9 nights in London with tickets to
5 hit shows and to a casino • 4 nights in Paris with
sightseeing and admission to a Paris racetrack

BOOK COUZENS TRAVEL SERVICE

ONE NORTHLAND PLAZA
20755 GREENFIELD RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MICH. 48075

358-3300

1949

England
invades'
Detroit!

.

The newly elected chancellor of West Germany, Foreigh Minister
Willy Brandt (right), first Social Democrat to head the Bonn govern-
ment in 40 years, meets with Walter Scheel, leader of the Free
Democratic Party.

Pressure for Release of Two Israelis
Exerted in AJCongress Public Plea

;

Entitled "The One Way to Stop
Air Piracy," the advertisement
said neither governments nor the
United Nations had persuaded
Syria to release the two Israelis
and that their fate "and the fate
of all other potential victims" of
the "hijacking epidemic" required
strong action by "the civil aviation
communit y." The organization
urged the International Air Trans-
port Association, the International
Civil Aviation Organization and
the International Federation of
Airline Pilots Associations to de-
clare they would not fly to any
nation which refuses to return
immediately a hijacked plane, its
passengers and crew or which

gives sanctuary to the hijackers

or fails to prosecute or extradite

them promptly.

urged a letter - writing cam-
paign to the three civil aviation
agencies, declaring that "the thugs
and criminals" who hijacked the
TWA plane and the governments
"who encouraged them" had gone
"scot free" because of the world's
"no-nothing policy. - The advertise-
ment added that the Jewish people
"will not rest" until Prof. Shlomo
Samueloff and Salah Muallem are
freed by Syria.
(The Red Cross reported in
Jerusalem that the two Israelis
were in good health and good
spirits. Jacques Moreilon. head of
the International Red Cross dele-
gation in Israel, said Red Cross
representa ives made a second
visit to the two men who were
first visited three weeks ago. Mo-
reilon said on a radio interview
that two weeks was the usual inter-
(Continued from Page 1)
val between visits and that Mual-
terms of politics and foreign lem" a diabetic, was getting medi-
policy, not just in terms of geog-
cal attention.)

It

Cardinal Appeals
for Understanding

raphy and development, not just
in terms of humanity and humani-
tarianism. They must see it in
terms of the Covenant, of the
Prophets and the total history of
the Jewish people."
Cardinal Cushing declared that
Israel is part of world history, "It
is a State that here and now
exists. We must ensure its perma-
nent place among the family of
nations. To insist upon this is not
to deny any legitimate rights of
other peciple. It is merely elemen-
tary justice."

Allentown Center Starls
Camping for Poor

ALLENTOWN, Pa. (JTA)-More
than 200 children from poverty
areas of Allentown took part dur-
ing the past summer in a 10-day
program at a camp of the Jewish
Center of Allentown after the close
Of the regular_ camp period. The
idea of Camp Harmony started in
the Jewish Center's Women's Aux-
iliary and nearly a dozen Lehigh

Valley organizations and agencies
took part in developing the , pro:

gra m.

46.1
42.7
5.8
4.3

15,203,457
14,074,455
1,904,387
1,422,106

The following are the results of the first five federal elections in
West Germany:
(Votes as a Percentage)

Hans Jurgen Wischnewski said
at a press conference that the
4.3 per cent polled by the NPD,
while short of the percentage re-
quired to enter parliament, was
nevertheless double the vote
claimed by the party in the 1965
federal-elections.

(Continued from Page 1)

NPD

Inheritance

A son can bear with equanimity
the loss of his father, but the loss
of his inheritance may drive him

to despair. - Niccolo Machiavelli

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 10, 1969-5

- Bring In Ad

NOW! BUY
YOUR AFTER-5
GOWNS

-

The Hungry Penguin opens. Features
authentic English fish and chips.

20%

OFF

with our special punch. Finish off your fish & chips right at the
Penguin ... or take some home in a copy of the London Times.
pennies.
And, for a limited time, get your change in real English
Sample a bit of England today, at the Hungry Penguin. Don't

OF ORIGINAL
PRICES
$29 to $299

forget to try our Yorkshire Bisquits.

Yes, 20 ,-,

off long,
short and pant
styles. Junior, Miss f.
es„ large sizes. -
Use Mich. Bankard
Security Charge

or

SHANDELS

154 S. WOODWARD NR. MAPLE
BIRMINGHAM, MICH. • MI 2.4150

Hungry Penguin

11 Mile Rd. & Coolidge-Berkley

Division of Susie-Q Restaurants, Inc.

You Are Invited...

You are cordially invited to purchase your tires at RIG SAT"-
IXGS at UNION TIRE. Available are:

Radial
Belted Glass
Wide Ovals

- -

'
England's favorite fish dish is now available in Detroit of the Hungry
fried
Penguin. Two delicious chunks of deep fried fish surrounded by crisp
potatoes; all for just one American dollar. Try sprinkling Hungry Penguin
fish & chips with our own malt vinegar. And wash 'em down

Original Equipment
Premiums
Snow Tires with General Electric Set
Carbide Studs

Truck Tires
Wheel Alignment
Wheel Balancing

Our hugh warehouse is conveniently to Carl's Chop House and strategically

located near all expressways. We promise to show our appeciation with
experienced factory trained service and the lowest prices.

The Stutz Family

ALL TIRES AVAILABLE AT DISCOUNT PRICES

TELEPHONE 321-1234

NEVER, NEVER UNDERSOLD

UNION TIRE CO.

AL STUTZ, YOUR FRIENDLY PROPRIETOR WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIALISTS

Detroit - Phone 321-1234

Lodge Expressway to Temple-Grand

River exit then turn right.

3140 Grand River

(N.xt

to Carl's Chop House)



Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan