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June 16, 1978 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-16

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18 kw 16, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jews Plan Skokie Counter-March Despite Nazis' Uncertainty

(Continued from Page 1)
formally limited in any
way."
The invalidated ordi-

James
10,000" members to Skokie Governor
Thompson to activate the
to demonstrate June 25.
National
Guard
if the
The possibilities of a Nazi
march in Marquette Park Nazi march is held.
involves a hearing on Tues-
Jewish Defense League
day in Federal District officials claim they will
Court in Chicago on have 3,000 to 4,000 mem-
whether the Nazis have to bers in Skokie to confront
post a bond to get a march- the Nazis, and one official
ing permit for the park.
said the JDL would break
Zborowski said his or- through police lines to "beat
ganization planned to send up the Nazis" if the Nazi
A spokesman for the Pub-
between 50 and 100 people march was held.
lic- Affairs Committee
to Skokie, regardless of
In other legal action, the
PAC ) of the Jewish United what the Nazis did. Ziff said Illinois House of Represen-
Fund of Chicago, which is
a meeting of department tatives on Monday voted
coordinating plans for a
commanders will be held in overwhelmingly not to con-
"massive but peaceful"
Washington on Tuesday to sider two Illinois Senate
counter-demonstration,
"firm up"JWV plans to send bills that would have
said PAC officials had not demonstrators to Skokie. In blocked the Nazi march.
decided what they would do
April, the JWV sent mail-
if the Nazis canceled their grams to all 100,000 JWV
The Illinois House
march. Ziff said no decision
members asking them to judiciary committee had re-
had been made for "that
jected the bills last week.
prepare to go to Skokie.
contingency," and that the
One bill would have defined
JWV was going ahead with Meanwhile, Skokie of-
a new crime, criminal group
plans to send "around ficials have asked Illinois
defamation, and empo-

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MID-SUMMER
CLEARANCE

REDUCED MOSTLY

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To

wered officials to stop de-
rogatory demonstrations
and distribution of hate lit-
erature. The bill was de-
feated 56-110.
A second bill, to ban
parades by quasi-military
hate groups, was defeated
61-85.

$350,000 in liability and –the distribution of defamat-
property insurance, banned ory material. The liability
marches by persons in has since been reduced to
para-military regalia, and $60,000.
Zborowski said his or-
ganization was uring
Jewish organizations to
send delegations to
Skokie to demonstrate on
June 25 even if the Nazis
call off their march.

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OFF

INFANTS & TODDLERS

It was reported last week
that the City of Detroit's
engineering department
tried and failed to close the
Nazi bookstore on Fenkell
by using methods branded
unconstitutional by the city
law department two days
earlier.
City inspectors found that
two minor violations — an

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same condition as reported
last fall and some city offi-
cials recommended order-
ing the store vacated.

But two days before, the
city's legal experts had told
City Council that making
stricter inspections at the

Mosque Destruction Refuted

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Chaim Herzog, Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
United Nations, has re-
jected Arab charges that Is-
raeli activities in the Old
City encroach upon Moslem
holy places.
In a letter to Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim on
May 31, Herzog referred to
two letters of complaint by
Jordan and one letter by

Straight Talk
with

Morocco addressed to Wal-
dheim charging Israel with
carrying out a plan to run a
road through the Aboul
Griouth Mosque.
Herzog said that "unlike
the government of Jordan
whose authorities in
Jerusalem for 19 years bet-
ween 1948 and 1967 had
engaged in systematic de-
struction of synagogues in
the Jewish quarter of the
Old City," Israel respects all
places "held sacred by
members of the different re-
ligions."
The Israeli envoy said
that the road referred to by
the Arabs was dug "at a dis-
tance of 20 intters" from the
mosque.

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Are A&P Prizes

NEW YORK — The
Great Atlantic and Pacific
Tea Company is conducting
a special "Cruise to Ber-
muda Sweepstakes".

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Buick-Opel-Honda. And we mean to stick to it with each
and every customer. No song-and-dance. No double-talk.
No run-around. Just "straight-talk" and really "down-
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store than at other estab-
lishments would be unequal
application of the law.
It was also reported
that Nazi leader William
Russell has been receiv-
ing $105 weekly work-
man's compensation-
payments from Chrysler
Corp.
Russell claims he was bit-
ten by a rat when he worked
for Chrysler in 1973 and
that rabies shots and sub-
sequent nightmares have
prevented him from doing
production work. Chrysler
contested the case but was
ordered to begin making
payments earlier this
year.

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