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July 26, 1985 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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Friday. July 26, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Closed July 17 For Private Party

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Toronto (JTA) -- James
Keegstra, a high school teacher
and former Mayor of Eckville, Al-
berta, who taught his classes that
the Holocaust was a hoax, was
found guilty last week by unani-
mous jury decision of violating
Canada's anti-hate laws. He was
fined $5,000.
Justice John Mackenzie of Al-
berta court of Queens' Bench re-
jected prosecutors requests that
Keegstra 51, be given the
maximum two-year jail sentence
for violating the laws adopted in
1970. This is the first conviction
under Canadian anti-hate legis-
lation.
According to Mackenzie,
Keegstra has suffered enough
during the three-month trial and
there remained little chance that
a jail term would result in his re-
habilitation. Keegstra recently
had his teaching license revoked.
Both Keegstra's attorney and
the prosecution have said they
will file an appeal. The prosecu-
tion claims the sentence was too
light. Keegstra will have 30 days
to pay the fine or face six months
in prison.
Keegstra supporters in Alberta
have raised funds for his defense
fees. The foreman of the Jury, in
the Red Deer, Alberta court,' 26
year-old Dwight Arthur, told re-
porters after the trial he would
contribute to a fund to help
Keegstra raise the money for the
fine. A Fundamentalist Christian
like Keegstra, Arthur told report-
ers after the trial he would con-
sider such a donation "a gift for
furthering God's work."
Keegstra's trial was the result
of an investigation by the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, the na-
tional force, following complaints
from parents that Keegstra was
indoctrinating their children with
racism. He contended that Jews
were the root of all evil and that
they were conspiring to control
nations and the world economy.

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Chinese Prof
To Visit Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA)
ranking fa-
culty member of the Nanjing
(Nanking) Medical College will be
the first member of China's scien-
tific establishment to visit Israel.
Prof. Chu Si-Ming, head of the
Department of Physiology, has
accepted an invitation to serve as
a member of the scientific advi-
sory board of the eighth world
symposium on cardiac pacing
which will be held in Israel next
year.
Chu was invited by Prof. Henry
Neufeld of the Heart Institute of
Sheba Medical Center in Tel
Hashomer. The advisory board
will also include cardiologists
from the Soviet Union and Po-
land. The symposium, expected to
be attended by 4,000 scientists,
will be one of the largest interna-
tional gatherings ever held in Is-
rael,

FundMaiser

The Capuchin Community .
Center will hold its fourth annual
Soupex StImmer Celebration at 8
p.m. tonoght at the Premier Con-
ter. Admission is free.

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