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June 04, 1965 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-04

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Admit Vatican `Jewish' Draft
Revised; Claim Not `Rewritten'

ROME (JTA)—Sources close to
the Vatican revealed that "some
changes and modifications" were
made in the draft of the Declara-
tion on Jews by the plenary meet-
ing of the Vatican's Secretariat for
Christian Unity which took place
two weeks ago under the chair-
manship of Augustin Cardinal Bea.
However, the same sources empha-
sized that the original text, re-
pudiating the charge that the Jew-
ish people crucified Jesus, has not
been "revised" in the sense of hav-
ing been "rewritten" or "re-done."
The original had been approved
preliminarily by a vote of 1,192
against 99 at the session of the
Ecumenical Council last year.
The plenary meeting of the
Secretariat was attended by 30
bishops who considered 242 amend-
ments to the original text. The
Secretariat decided to forward the
modified text for final voting to
the next session of the Ecumeni-
cal Council,. which opens at the
Vatican Sept. 17. The same Vatican
sources also said that the Declara-
tion will probably not be printed

Liberalized
Alien Bill
Gets Support

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Strong
support for President Johnson's
immigration bill, which would pro-
gressively abolish the present "na-
tional origins quota system" was
voiced by David Carliner, on be-
half of the American Civil Liber-
ties Union. Carliner testified be-
fore the Immigration Subcommittee
of the House Judiciary Committee
which is engaged in lengthy hear-
ings on the new immigration legis-
lation. He endorsed the provisions
which concern special arrangement
for the admission of refugees as
immigrants.
Firm support for the abolition of
the present national origins quota
system and its replacement of a
n o n - discriminatory immigration
law was also voiced by AFL-CIO
and church leaders at the hearings.
Andrew Biemiller, director of
the Department of Legislation of
the AFL-CIO, said the adoption of
the bill was "long overdue and
necessary."
James H. Sheldon, representa-
tive of the United Church of
Christ, also appealed for the aboli-
tion of the national origins quota
system.

before the end of the inter-session
period, and will probably be dis-
tributed to the Council Fathers
only when they convene here next
September.
There was a feeling among some
Vatican circles that the reason for
postponing the printing of the
modified documents on the Jews as
voted by the secretariat, may be
connected with a desire to avoid
further public discussion of the
document before the time arrives
for final voting. However, the deci-
sion on the printing and distribu-
tion of the text is in the hands of
the Ecumenical Council's secre-
tary-general, Cardinal Felici.

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Hate Mail Study Sought

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — The
California Department of the Jew-
ish War Veterans called on Gov.
Edmund BrOwn, Attorney General
Thomas C. Lynch, Speaker Jesse
Unruh, Senate • Chairman Hugh
Burns, and Assemblyman Lester
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