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April 19, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 19, 1963 —

Dangerous 'Kosher for Passover' Pope's Encyclical Jewish Congrees Opposes Leasing
Tuna Retrieved Before Eaten Here Hailed by Chief N.Y. School for Beth Jacob Use

Rabbi of Paris

Health officials in six cities, Detroit among them, searched
grocery shelves over the past weekend after the. Food and
Drug Administration in Washington, D.C., warned consumers
not to eat any tuna fish from cans bearing a red and white
label reading, in part, "Dagim-white tuna-Kosher for Passover
—net wt. 7 oz." or those with blue and white labels of the
Dagim company. Tuna in these cans is contaminated and may
be "highly dangerous," the FDA said, and has been shipped to
New York, Pittsgurgh, Chicago, Cleveland, Augusta, Ga., and
Detroit. Above, Michael Bade, chief of the Wholesale division
of the. New York City Bureau of Food and Drugs, points to
code letters on cans, "WY2" or "WY3." It has been reported
by Detroit officials that all suspicious cans shipped here have
been accounted for and unconsumed. Twenty cases were
received by a Detroit rabbi who then distributed them among
nine families. All cases were recalled. FDA officials would not
disclose the rabbi's identity.

University of California Gives
Date for End of Fraternity Bias

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

BERKELEY, Calif.—All fra-
ternities and sororities on the
seven campuses of the Univer-
sity of California were ordered
Wednesday to drop discrimina-

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President Clark Kerr, in is-
suing the order, noted that
many chapters of the 56,000-
student university have charter
clauses banning members of
minority groups. He said that
such chapters will not be al-
lowed after the deadline to re-
fuse members for reasons of
race, religion or national origin.
He added that enforcement
of the policy, which was adopt-
ed by the university board of
regents in 1959, will be in the
hands of chancellors and deans.

British Party
Congress Urges
Anti-Bias Law

LONDON, (JTA)—A resolu-
tion calling for British legisla-
tion prohibiting incitement to
racial hatred was adopted by
the annual Cooperative Party
Congress, held at Scarborough.
Previously, the meeting heard
charges from a Jewish delegate,
Samuel Karson, who said that
anti-S e m i t i c discriminations
were being practiced in the
British Labor Party, the trade
union movement and the co-
operative movement.
Karson said that some golf
clubs in Scotland refused to ad-
mit Jews. He alleged that one
Scottish land-owner had sold
land only on condition that it
must not be resold to Jews.
Other delegates shouted,
"Shame, shame." Karson de-
manded: "I want to make these
things impossible" in Britain.

The University of Michigan
was the first -to send a visiting
football team to play in the Rose
Bowl, in 1902. Michigan won, too,
49-0.

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remains a fact that Pope Pius
XII, during the war, did not pro-
test against the persecution of
the Jews." He said Dr. Leiber
had cited only "certain sen-
tences" from his book. He de-
clared that, while Pope Pius
XII had, in individual cases,
given protection to Jews being
persecuted by the Nazis, "the
head of the Church kept silent
as long as the death factories in
the concentration camps re-
mained in operation."
Chief Rabbi of Israel
Endorses Pope's Call for
Ban On Nuclear Weapons
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Chief
Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim endorsed
the ,call of Pope John XXIII, in
his encyclical, for a ban on nu-
clear weapons and the gradual
reduction of the nuclear arms
stockpiles toward general dis-
armament.
The Chief Rabbi said that
those goals were worthy of the
active and sympathetic support
of the Jewish people. The Chief
Rabbi cited the Pope's statement
that the time had come for the
heads of religions and the
world's spiritual leaders to as-
sume the initiative in curbing
the drive for nuclear weapons
dominance to secure humanity
from disaster.

Poland Bars
Newsmen from
Ghetto Memorial

NEW YORK, (JTA) — New
York State legal authorities
have been asked for a ruling on
whether the New York City
Board of Education is allowed
to lease public school class-
rooms for use by a Jewish paro-
chial school.
Dr. Bernard E. Donovan, act-
ing superintendent of New York
schools, said he had asked for a
ruling on the issue from Dr.
Charles A. Brind, counsel for
the State Education Depart-
ment. The move is favored by
the applicant for the lease, the
Beth Jacob Schools, and is op-
posed by the American Jewish
Congress and the Public Edu-
cation Association.
Beth Jacob Schools had of-
fered to lease six classrooms in
Brooklyns Public School No.
105, a building with a capacity
of 1,934 pupils and an enroll-
ment of 940. Donovan said he
had approved the rental previ-
ously, but had asked the City
Board of Education to delay ap-
proval until a ruling had been
obtained from State authorities.
According to the American
Jewish Congress, the rental
would set a "dangerous prece-
dent" which would "threaten to
establish religious segregation
in the public schools." The Con-
gress objection added:
"Mingling public and paro-
chial or private school children
in the manner suggested here is

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Religious or other symbols that
may characterize the children's
or the teachers' garb or their
facilities would add to the con-
fusion.'

Ben Zvi Resumes Duties

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Presi-
dent Ben-Zvi left Hadassah Hos-
pital April 11 after 10 days of
examinations and a checkup. He
conducted the Passover Seder at
the hospital with Mrs. Ben-Zvi
and the family.
After a few days' rest at
home, the President resumed
his official duties, starting with
official receptions for newly
named ambassadors from Brit-
ain, Australia and Peru.

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radio and TV commentators,
had planned on going to Warsaw
"Morrie Sherman"
for the occasion. They said they
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It was learned that some
Polish-Jewish ex-servicemen in
this country have also been de-
nied visas for the occasion. Only
one British correspondent has
been allowed to cover the ghetto
revolt commemorative exercises.
This man happens to be in Po-
land now—for an entirely differ-
ent reason, according to the
Polish Embassy here.
Polish Visas Refused
to Three Members of
the Israeli Delegation
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Is-
raeli delegation to the com-
memorative exercises marking
the 20th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto rebellion, was
considering the possible cancela-
tion of its scheduled trip to
Warsaw, because some members
General Admission
of the delegation have been re-
fused Polish visas.
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the Adolf Eichmann case. The
delegation was to represent
jointly the World Federation of
Polish Jews, Yad Vashem, the
Israeli-Poland Friendship Com-
mittee, the Partisans Organiza-
tion, the Organization of Per-
sons Injured during the Nazi
Persecutions and the Ghetto
Fighters Museum.
However, it was learned,
three members of the Israeli
Poland Friendship Committee
were refused visas. Zvi Kleman-
tinovsky, chair man of the
Friendship Committee, said:
"For years, we have been mak-
ing efforts to foster good' rela-
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