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October 31, 1969 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, October 31, 1969

Beth Yehudah Schools

List of Congressmen
Who Accepted Funds
From Liberty Lobby

ANNUAL DINNER

True magazine, in its November
article "How Nazi Nut Power Had
Invaded Capitol Hill" by Joseph
Trento and Joseph Spear (JN Oct.
24) listed the following Congress-
men as having taken campaign
funds from Liberty Lobby, a "neo-
Fascist" organization:
Sen. Ed Gurney (11.-Fla ), 52.-
500: Rep. Ross Adair ( R.-111(1.).
$3,000; Rep. .lames Quillen, ( R.-
Tenn.). $3,000: Rep. John Rarick,
(.D.-La.), 53,000: Rep. Walter Bar-
ing, (D.-Nev.), S2,000: Rep. John
• Dowdy. (D.-Tex.), $2,000; Rep. Ed
Foreman, (R.-N.M.). S2,000.
Reps. Ben Blackburn. (R.-Ga.);
William Brock. (R.-Tenn.); Herb-
ert Burke, (R.-Fla.); John Duncan.
(R.-Tenn.); Louis Frey, (R.-Fla.):
James Haley, (D.-Fla.). and John
Hammerschmidt, (R.-Ark.), each
$1.000.
Also Reps. Albert Johnson, (R.-
Pa.); Dan Kuykendall, (R.-Tenn.);
Earl Landgrebe, (R.-Ind.); Robert
Price, (R.-Tex.); John Saylor, (-R.-
Pa.); Henry Schadeberg, (R.-
Wis.); William Scott, (R.-Va.);
H. Allen Smith, (R.-Calif.); Gene
Snyder, (R-Ky.); Sam Steiger, (R.-
Ariz.); Albert Watson, (R.-S.C.);
J. Irving Whalley, (R.-Pa.); Roger
Zion, (R.-Ind.), and Sen. Henry
Bellmon, (R.-Okla), each $1,000.
The magazine stated that Liberty
Lobby founder, the real insiders
in Willis Carto's apparatus, belong
to "an explicitly Nazi group called
the Francis Parker Yockey Move-
ment" named for an American
follower of Hitler who committed
suicide in 1960. "The movement
amounts to an underground which
controls the other (Liberty Lobby-
run) fronts and whose members
flaunt swastikas, sing Nazi songs
and quote Nazi slogans. ,Carto's
private records, filched from his
files by a researcher, list eight
senators and representatives as
members of this neo-Nazi cult,"
True said.

HONORS

DANIEL A. LAVEN

On His 70th Birthday

PRESENTS

JAN PEERCE

World-renowned Tenor

Sunday, November 16 -- 6:00 p.m.
Cobo Hall

Beth Yehudah

Serving 700 boys and girls in three divsions; Yeshivoth Beth Yehudah, Beth
Jacob School, and Beth Yehudah Afternoon School; and offering a maxi-
mum Hebrew education combined with an outstanding secular education
from nursery and kindergarten through 12 grades. Also advanced classes
in post-graduate Hebrew education in the Beth Hamedrash and Seminary.

True said Liberty Lobby now
controls the former Youth for
Wallace organization, renamed
the National Youth Alliance; the
American Mercury magazine, ;
"now a Carto propaganda or-
gan;" the Noontide Press, of
Sausalito, Calif.; two newslet-
ters, "Washington O b s e r v e r"
and "Liberty Lowdown" and the
First Bible Baptist Church of
Rockville, Md.

Carlo was so far right that he
was removed from the John Birch
Society, personally, by director
Robert Welch when the latter
found out about Carto's anti-Semi-
tic activities.
"The late George Lincoln Rock-
well, founder of the. American Nazi
Party, was a mere charlatan
whose collection of misfits and
mental defectives seldom number-
ed more than 20. The, total mem-
bership of Carto's various organ-
izations has been estimated as
high as 250.000, and include pros-
perous business and professional
men" most of whom "believe they
are supporting conservative or
right-wing causes. - writes authors
Trento and Spear:
Last year, they say. Carlo dis-
tributed some 590,000 to congres-
sional candidates. "lie also fur-
nished research and speeches for
a dozen members of congress, in-
cluding almost all of the South
Carolina delegation."

I. WM. SHERR

HILLEL L. ABRAMS

General Chairman

President

SAMUEL HECHTMAN

Honorary Chairman

Loan Fund for Needy
Immigrant Jewish Pupils

MONTREAL (JTA) — A $25,000
loan fund has been arranged main-
ly for needy immigrant Jewish
college students who are not elig-
ible for government loans during
their first year in Canada, accord-
ing to the Allied Jewish Common-:
ity Services. Loans are being
made through the Hebrew Free
Loan Association.

NATHAN I. GOLDIN

Honorary Chairman

JULIUS ROTENBERG

Honorary Chairman

DAVID GOLDBERG

Honorary Chairman

Beth Yehudah — celebrating its 55th Year

—OUR CONTRIBUTION TO JEWRY'S SURVIVAL
—OUR PROMISE FOR A FLOURISHING JEWISH FUTURE

I

FOR RESERATIONS — CALL 353-6750

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