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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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El Al Planes Will
Barth's Defiance Israelis to Mark
Serve Bagels, Lox
of Nazism Told 60th Anniversary .
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire'
of Kishinev Pogrom
to The Jewish News)
TEL
AVIV—Starting Friday,
in Casalis' Book
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — The 60th
passengers on El Al airliners

Dr. Karl Barth, the great
Protestant theologian, was the
most outspoken of European
churchmen who defied Hitlerism
and repudiated Nazism. In
"Protrait of Karl Barth," pub-
lished by Doubleday, Georges
Casalis presents some of the
basic facts.
Casalis states that "Barth ex-
pressed himself as he did during
the whole Hitlerian epoch not
because he was a Swiss democrat,
but because he was a theologian
of the sole sovereignty of God.
Toward the one invisible Lord
whom Barth wished to proclaim
in all that he did, the Nazi
idolatry - represented a kind of
defiance that could not be ig-
nored. To the victims of Hitler's
Reich, as well as to Hitler's ac-
complices, Barth had to keep
pounding home for a dozen years
that God is not mocked, and that
his judgment will not spare a
regime in which anti-Semitism
clearly demonstrates how radic-
ally anti-Christian it is."
This account of Barth's theo-
logical views keeps referring to
the noted Christian scholar's
having provided "basic reasons
for spiritual resistance to Naz-
ism." He fought against the Nazi
ideology of "Nation, Race,
Fuehrer."

anniversary of the infamous
Kishinev Pogrom, the worst of
Russian anti-Jewish massacres in
the early years of the twentieth
century, will be commemorated
here April 18, it was announced
by the World Federation of Bes-
sarabian Jews, which has its
headquarters in Tel Aviv.
Leading members of the gov-
ernment and of the Jewish
Agency executive are expected
to participate in the rites.
The pogrom in Kishinev, capi-
tal of Bessarabia, occured on
April 19 and 20, 1903. The Jew-
ish casualties included nearly
50 dead and almost 600 injured.
Seven hundred Jewish homes and
600 Jewish stores were de-
stroyed, and the monetary dam-
ages were estimated at about
2,500,000 gold rubles. It was es-
tablished that Czarist officials
were responsible for the mas-
sacre. Many outstanding Jewish
literary figures wrote about the
Kishinev Pogrom in various
media and languages.

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Hebrew Corner

International Book
Fair in Jerusalem

The opening of the International
Book Fair will take place in Jeru-
salem between Passover and Inde-
pendence Day. At the Fair will be
exhibited books, journals, records and
literary productions. The exhibition'
will have three sections: the Israeli
section, the World Jeivry section and
the International section. As to the
World Jewry section, it is known
that there are many Jewish pub-
lishers in all countries of the dia-
spora that publish Hebrew books and
journals that discuss Jewish life in
the country where they live. This
will be a rare opportunity and per-
haps an only one for making ex-
change ties on such a scale between
Jewish groups throughout the dia-
spora.
In the exhibition will be incor-
porated special exhibits: the Jeru-
salem Exhibition of Research and
Literature that will include alsp maps
and illustrations, an exhibition of
Bibles, exceptional in their print and
decorations. It is possible that the
British Museum will lend its collec-
tion of Bible translations (transla-
tions into 104 languages). The Nation-
al University Library will be asked to
make an exhibition of Bible research,
and possibly will show the Dead Sea
Scrolls. It is also suggested to make
a world exhibition of antique and
rare books. •
During the Fair the Jerusalem prize
will be given to an outstanding
writer. There will be receptions and
social meetings for the purpose of
making closer ties between those
coming to 'the Fair and their Israeli
friends.
Translation of Hebrew column.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit, Jeru-
salem.

Bologna Court Won't
Extradite Ex-Nazi for
Trial in W. Germany

ROME, (JTA)—Jewish leaders
expressed surprise and concern
over the decision of the Bologna
public prosecutor- not to appeal
a Bologna court refusal of a
West German request for the -ex-
tradition of a former SS officer.
The officer, Erhard Kroeger,
was sought by West Germany on
charges he ordered the killing
of 2,000 Jews near Lemberg in
the Nazi-occupied Ukraine in
1941. He came to Italy as a
tourist and was arrested last
August. The public prosecutor's
stand left Kroeger a free man.
Jewish sources indicated they
could not understand how such
a suspected crime could be con-
sidered "political" by the Bol-
ogna court or why the public
prosecutor, who had supported
the extradition request, had de-
clined to avail himself of the
right of appeal.

2 Jewish Leaders
Seek Re-Election as
Mayors in Canada

TORONTO, (JTA)—Two Jews
who are Mayors of their cities
will seek re-election in the gen-
eral elections April 8.
At Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,
Mayor Sidney Bukwold has been
nominated by the.Liberal Party
there for re-election to his pres-
ent office. He is president of
the Canadian Association of May-
ors and Reeves (sheriffs). At
Port Arthur, Ontario, Mayor
Saul Laskin has announced he
will seek the Liberal Party nomi-
nation for re-election to his
present post.
Both Mayors are active in
their respective Jewish commu-
nities, being associated with the
Canadian Jewish Congress,
United Jewish Appeal campaigns
and Zionist work. The Jewish
populations in both cities are
small.

N. Y. Woman Wins
Over Apartment Bias

NEW YORK, (JTA)—A com-
plaint by a New York woman,
charging that the management
of a Manhattan cooperative
apartment had discriminated
against her because she was
Jewish, has been settled to her
satisfaction, it was announced
here by the New York City
Commission on Human Rights.
Mrs. Elinor Finkelstein told
the Commission that the agent
for the apartment house "ap-
peared disinterested" because,
she said, "my name was obvi-
ously Jewish." She noted that
a friend of hers, acting as a
"checker," applied later for an
apartment in the same building
and was given "a very cordial
reception."

Agriculture Dept. OK's
Israel Tallow Purchase

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The
United States Department of
Agriculture anounced issuance
of an authorization to Israel to
finance purchase of $500,000
worth of inedible tallow under
the Food for Peace Program.
The authorization, under Public
Law 480, provides for purchase
of about 2,900 metric tons of
Save for your independence— inedible tallow in 50-55-gallon
buy U.S. Savings Bonds.
drums, or in bulk.

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Congress. Provide for
Parochial Assistance

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A
proposal that Congress evolve a
formula for provision of partial
Federal aid to private and paro-
chial schools was made in testi-
mony before the House Educa-
tion Committee by Rabbi Morris
Sherer of New York, executive
vice-president of Agudath Israel
of America.
His proposal would exclude
funds for religious studies in
those schools, but would provide
aid "only for the general studies
program which meet all the edu-
cational requirements of each
state."
Rabbi Sherer pointed to "im-
portant contributions to the pub-
lic welfare and to the growth of
our country in the sciences, pro-
fessions, government and indus-
try" being made by graduates of
Jewish all-day schools. "In all
logic and fairness, the needs of
these children in the private
religiously oriented schools can-
not be disregarded when Con-
gress considers action to
strengthen and improve educa-
tional quality and educational
opportunity in the nation," he
said. "To discriminate against
these children is to deny them
their sacred birthright as
Americans to benefit along with
all other school children."

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lox.
The bagels will be brought
from the bagel capital of the
world—Manhattan—and along
with the breakfast will go a
14-page pamphlet on the origin
of the bagel. The pamphlet con-
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to Vienna and the 17th century
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