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July 10, 1964 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-10

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Jewish Groups Acclaim Passage of Civil Rights Bill

then with beans, tomatoes and
lemons. He said he had found
that treated plants can live three
times as long without water as
GENEVA (JTA) — Experiments untreated ones and that produc-
with a chemical which enabled tion can be increased by 30 per
food plants to survive and grow cent with use of the chemical.
under drought conditions which
normally would have killed them
were described by a- Weizmann In-
stitute scientist at the first Euro-
pean symposium on plant growth.
The experiments were described
Nobody
by Dr. Abraham Halevy to scien-
tists and farm experts from the
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United States, Britain, France, Is-
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rael, Austria, Italy, West Ger-
many and the Netherlands. The
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symposium was devoted largely to
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These are the hands of President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the strongest civil rights bill
since Reconstruction days.

All of American Jewry's national organizations
joined last week in applauding congressional action
in support of the civil rights measure. National
Jewish leaders expressed the hope that the bill's
provisions will be implemented. The National Corn-

munity Relations Council, acting in behalf of the
national organizations and scores of community
councils, expressed deepest satisfaction over the
congressional action.

President Hears Mrs. Schwerner's Plea

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Mrs. Rita Schwerner, wife of one of the civil rights workers
missing in Mississippi, talks with reporters after a ten-minute talk
with President Johnson at the White House. With her is Rep. Ogden
Reid (R-N. Y.). Mrs. Schwerner appealed to the President for a
5,000-man search party, but was turned down. She said that the
President told her all the federal manpower necessary to conduct
an adequate search for missing civil rights workers would be given.

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German Town Would Put Out Lights
on Theater Showing Hochhuth Play

SINGEN, West Germany (JTA) tain some form of portable light-
-The mayor of this village has ing so that the play can go on.
decided to prevent a performance * * *
of Rolf Hochhuth's "The Deputy" I 'Deputy' Premiere Met
by turning out the lights at the
With Silence and Tears
theater.
Two performances of the play, by Tel Aviv Audience
TEL AVIV — When a theater
which criticizes the late Pope Pius
XII for not speaking out against audience is confronted with a chap-
the Nazis' mass murders of the ter of its own past, it can be a
Jews, were scheduled here by the soul-shattering experience, as first-
Dusseldorf Kammerspiele troupe. nighters at Habimah's production
of "The Deputy" found last week.
At a special session of the local
The 1,500 spectators at the Tel
council, it was decided to uphold Aviv opening watched Rolf Hoch-
the mayor's decision to refuse to huth's drama about Pope Pius XII
supply city electricity for t h e and the Nazi holocaust, with tears
lighting. It is expected, however, and what was reported as "stunned
that the producers will try to ob- silence."
For the many in the audience
Pioneer in Pediatrics
who were themselves survivors of
Adolf Baginsky, a 19th cen-
the concentration acmps, the man-
tury German Jewish physician,
agement's request that they refrain
was a pioneer in the field of from applause was unnecessary.
Even the actors, usually bolster-
pediatrics. He was the founder
of modern therapeutics for chil- ous after a performance, were
shaken and exhausted.
dren.

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