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August 30, 1963 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-30

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H Ship Owners Decide on 2 Kitchens,

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z

1 Kosher, for Liner as Compromise

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

kosher service was needed to
JERUSALEM—The board of enable the liner to compete for
• to Zim-Shoham Lines decided general passenger traffic.
Tuesday to have both a kosher
and a non-kosher kitchen in- British Nazis Boast
W
ti
E-1 stalled in the SS Shalom.
of Anti-Semitic
Orthodox Jewish leaders in Materials in Germany
d an
th U nieaes
t d St t
O I srae
l
LONDON (JTA) — The Brit-
Er 4 had strongly protested the pos-
sibility. The Shalom is nearingsh i National Socialist movement
completion in a French ship; has printed and sent to neo-
Nazis in West Germany thou-
0:1 yard.
sans of anti-Semitic pamphlets,
The board acted after the Is-
spokesman for the British
rael cabinet ignored a minister- 1 a Nazis
said.
ial committee report opposing
the second non-kosher kitchen I Martin Webster made the
and voted to leave the decision disclosure in commenting on
to the liner's owners. Parlia- reports that anti-Jewish mate-
mentary factions of the Na- rial, bearing signatures of the
tional Religious Party and Agu- British Nazi movement, had
dat Israel sent a letter to Prime been found plastered on win-
>7. Minister Levi Eshkol warning dows and walls of the Jewish
as
that the two coalition parties Community House in West Ber-
would draw "far-reaching con- lin. (Swastikas were also found
clusions" from a decision to go to have defiled the walls of a
ahead with the non-kosher kit- West Berlin synagogue.) The
British Nazi said most of the
chen.
In making the decision, the i material had been mailed first
directors rejected a proposal I to West German firms and
that the non-kosher kitchen be after that for public distribu-
installed only for first class I tion."
He admitted that many pro-
passengers. The directors em-
phasized that there would be . tests against the mailings had
an "absolute and definite" se_ been received at British Nazi
paration between the two kit-lheadquarters from West Ger-
chens. They also stressed that I man recipients. He said that
the decision was based entirely one agency in West Germany
on economic reasons, referring had been in "frantic and regu-
to earlier statements that non- lar" contact with the Home
Office and Scotland Yard, to
pressure the British Nazis into
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halting mailing of the material.
REDFORD - DETROIT
However, he added, West Ger-
man federal authorities "are
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not aware it is not a crime in
Britain to be a National Social-
THURS.,
ist." He added that there was
FRI.,
no way through which Scotland
Yard could stop his movement
SAT.,
from sending its anti-Semitic
SEPT.
mail to Germany.
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British to Stage
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LONDON (JTA) —"The De-
puty," the controversial drama
by German playwright Rolf
Hochhut, in which the late Pope
Pius XII is criticized for al-
legedly failing to condemn pub-
! licly Hitler's program of geno-
cide against Jews, will be pro-
duced here beginning Sept. 25
by the Royal Shakespeare Thea-
ter. Alan Webb, a 57-year-old
British actor, will portray the
Pope. Israel's Habimah Theatre
canceled its production of the
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California Court Gives Nazis OK
to Rally Against Civil Rights Bill

LOS ANGELES, (JTA) — A rights legislation.
Superior Court decision sustain-
The Nazis were represented
ing the right of the American in Superior Court by the Ameri-
Nazi Party to hold rallies on can Civil Liberties Union. Ralph
public property cleared the way Forbes, head of the "western
for three such rallies scheduled division" of the Nazi group, said
to be held Wednesday in south- the group had no money for pri-
ern California. The rallies were vate counsel. Membership of the
slated to protest the Aug. 28 party in Los Angeles county is
March on Washington in support estimated at about 13 persons.
of President Kennedy's civil Superior Judge Alfred Gitel-
son issued a preliminary injunc-
tion to prevent the city of Re-
2 Hebrew Schools
dondo Beach from stopping a
Merge in Baltimore
Nazi rally there. Forbes said
YOUNG MOTHER Marcia
BALTIMORE, (JTA) — The the Nazis planned rallies on
Silver, Manny's frau, exhausted century-old Davidson S c h o o 1, Wednesday at separate times in
from her daily chores, reclined oldest Hebrew school in this Burbank, Hermosa Beach and
on her couch to steal 40 winks city, has been merged with the Los Alamitos. He added that
. . . Half asleep, she felt one Petach Tikvah Hebrew School, other groups participating in the
of her youngsters patting her and will op e r ate as Petach counter-demonstrations will be
face and was drowsily pleased Tikvah-Isaac Davidson begin- the "F ighting American Na-
by this unexpected display of ning next m o n t h, it was tionalists," the "Keep America
affection . . . Then the door-
here by Benjamin White Committee" and the "Nazi
bell rang . . . She jumped up announced
Freelan
d,
president of the Party Women's Auxiliary."
with a start to admit a delivery
I
Board
of
Jewish
Education.
man from J. L. Hudson . . . He j
Leon Rivkin, principal of
looked at her so queerly that
when he had gone, she rushed Petach Tikvah, will head the
over to a mirror to inspect her- I combined institution. Is a ac
NEW • UNIQUE • ELEGANT
self . . . Marcia's face was 'Davidson traces its history back
completely plastered with green to 1860, with the organization
trading stamps! of the Hebrew Education Soci-
EX-PUGILIST BUDDY BAER i ety. It received its present name ;
told Herb Stein there never was in 1924. Petach Tikvah was
any truth in the story of years established in 1928.
back that he and brother Max,
DINNER • LATE SUPPER
both of whom fought Joe Louis Judaism and Torah
in their time, were scared to
By SOLOMON SCHECHTER
BOB HAWKINS
death of the Brown Bomber
AT THE PIANO NIGHTLY
Judaism permeates the whole
. . . "Max and I offered to of your life. It demands control
STOUFFER'S
fight him again," he insisted, over all your actions. It insists
NORTHLAND INN
"but the boxing commission upon the observance both of the
NORTHLAND CENTER
wouldn't let both of us in the spirit and of the letter. In a
OPEN Da MINOT (I A.M. FM. t SAT.)
ring with him at the same word, Judaism is absolutely in-
fl
compatible with the abandon-
time!"
OFFICIAL OPENING of the ment of the Torah.
new Joe Cornell Dance Studio
on Greenfield, just north of 10-
MASONIC AUDITORIUM
Thurs., Sept. 12-8:20 P.M.
Mile Rd., is set at Sept. 1 . . .
But real date is actually Sept.
at the
3, day after Labor Day.
LAST WEEK, on her tenth
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given a check for $25 by her
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ON SALE AT MASONIC TEMPLE & GRINNELL'S DOWNTOWN
parents, Sally and Lou Rubin,
Mail Orders to Masonic Auditorium, 500 Temple.
and told to open a savings ac-
Encl. Self-Addressed Stamped Env.
count ... Officials at the bank
gave her an application blank
that includes the question,
"FIave you had an account pre-
viously elsewhere, and if so,
will you please print the name
of the bank?" . . . Little Jo Ann
Open 7 Days a Week
gave the problem due thought,
then laboriously spelled out,
"Yes. Piggy."
WHILE IN ITALY, Ernie
Gelb observed two young girls,
obviously American, conversing
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