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March 13, 1964 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-13

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BY HENRY LEONARD

United Hias Asks Quota Change
at 80th Anniversary Conference

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NEW YORK (JTA)----A reso- j icans (USNA) and the over-
of the
lution urging both houses of seas migration services of the
American
Jewish
Joint
Distri-
best
buys
the U. S. Congress to enact the
pending bills on changes in the bution Committee.
on new
James P. Rice, executive dir-
national origins immigration
Pontiacs
quota system was adopted at ector of United Hias Service,
the 80th anniversary meeting of said that since 1954 when the
and
the United Hias Service held agency was created as a merged
body,
close
to
70,000
Jewish
Tempest
at Hotel Roosevelt and attended
by more than 1,000 representa- men, women and children have
tives of fraternal, community, been resettled by it in free
religious and labor organiza- lands. During 1964, he said,
tions. "United Hias Service estimates
President Johnson, in a mes- it will provide migration assist-
AT
sage to the meeting, said that ance to approximately 6,000 per-
"United Hias Service is not only sons from trouble spots through-
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world for the unfortunate, Unit-
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Murray I. Gurfein, president
with the right personality. Write, giving background,
of United Hias Service, said in
education, etc. All information held in strictest
his 80th anniversary report that
confidence.
United Hias Service represents
the consolidation in 1954 of the
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New Measures Introduced to Ban
Anti-Jewish Mail in Canada

OTTAWA (JTA) — A bill
prohibiting the mail distribu-
tion of hate materials was in-
troduced in the House of Com-
mons here by David Orlikow,
a New Democrat member of
Parliament from Winnipeg. The
bill, an amendment to the Post
Office Act, would add to crim-
inal offenders those who use
the mails "for the purpose of
delivering anything that is cal-
culated to bring into hatred,
ridicule or contempt, any person
or group of persons by reason of
race, national origin, color or
religion."
The bill, according to
Orlikow, would implement the
Canadian Bill of Rights, which
guarantees that human– rights
and fundamental freedoms
"exist without discrimination
against any group of people" in
the Dominion.
Marvin Gelb e r, another
member of Parliament, rep-
resenting the Liberal Party
from a constituency in metro-
politan Toronto, told the
House that the criminal code
must be amended so that the

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"spread of disaffection be-
tween races and classes" be
outlawed in Canada.
A number of leading Cana-
dian cities—including Toronto,
Montreal, Vancouver, and Win-
nipeg—have been flooded of
late with anti-Semitic and other
hate materials. The Canadian
Jewish Congress announced to-
day that a CJC delegation would
meet with several Cabinet min-
isters to discuss the situation.
Expected to participate in that
parley on behalf of the Govern-
ment were the Ministers of Jus-
tice and Internal Revenue and
the Postmaster-General of Can-
ada.
The flood of anti-Semitic
and anti-Negro mail which
has hit the Toronto area was
denounced by the Rev. F. H.
Wilkinson, the Anglican
(Episcopal) Bishop of the
Toronto Diocese.
He said in a statement that
he "strongly" resented and pro-
tested " the crude and vicious
attacks against Jews, Negroes,
and other minority groups that
are being distributed through
the mails."
"It is an affront to Christian-
ity that these attacks insinuate
that hatred of minority groups
is in the defense of Christian-
ity," he added. "Christians
fought and died to wipe out
the disease of hatred engen-
dered by the Nazi philosophy. It
is intolerable that this hatred
should be allowed to incite in
a country where the price of
freedom from it came so high:'
The bishop expressed the
hope that "the present investi-
gation into this matter will be
pursued and that those respon-
sible will be prosecuted under
the present law, but unfortu-
nately it may well he that exist-
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Britain Informed by
U.S. on Johnson's
Water Proposals

LONDON, (JTA)—A spokes-
man for the British government
said in the House of Lords that
Britain had been kept fully in-
formed about details of the pro-
posal by President Johnson for
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1 1 —THE DETRO IT JE WISH NEWS—Fri day , March 13 , 1964

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