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October 08, 1965 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-08

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President Signs Liberalized Immigration Bill
Statue of Liberty Again Site for Historic Event

President Lyndon B. Johnson selected Liberty Island — formerly Bedloe Island — the site of the Statue of Liberty — for the signing of the
newly adopted immigration law, ending the discriminatory origins quota system.
President Grover Cleveland had personally dedicated the statue on Oct. 28, 1886. Emma Lazarus, whose historic role was told in a special
in the lady
issue of
of Exiles."
The Jewish News, authored the poem "The New Colossus" which appears on the tablet of the statue. She gave
to the great
the Hashanah
name "Mother

the French
sculptor who created the lady whose statue welcomes "the huddled masses" to American shores, named his
the World."

Miss Liberty first was conceived in the mind of a great French libertarian Edouard de Laboulaye, in 1865, and on the 100th anniversary of the
birth of the idea a great book has been written about her. "Gateway to Am erica" by Hertha Pauli is for children, but the story is so all-inclusive as a
record of the American open door for the "homeless, tempest-tost," that it emerges as a most important contribution to the literature about America
and our country's prime ideal — as a haven for the oppressed.
(Continued on Page '7)



A Weekly Review

Iss/1 11-•-11.4. ■

of Jewish Events

National Newspaper
Week — Oct. 10-16

Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper — Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle

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Klutznick's Greeting Receives
Paul VI Response of 'Shalom'

State Dept. Denies Arab Pressure
Forces Elimination of Israelis as
Desalination Sessions' Chairmen

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Arab pressures forced the elimination of
Israelis from the list of panel chairmen named by the White House for
the First International Symposium on Water Desalination which opened
here on Sunday.
Israel Embassy diplomats made contacts with the State Department
b query the absence of a single Israeli from the list of 19 session panel

U.S. government sources at the outset revealed that the State De-

partment was careful not to put Israelis in charge of panels, although the
Israelis were acknowledged to be highly qualified, because the Arabs
threatened not to sit in such meetings. Eleven nations, the United Na-
tions, UNESCO, and the United States are represented by panel chair-
men. Egypt is among them but Israel is not.
State DepartMent sources explained that the Israelis were being
given "recognition" of a sort by allowing them to submit research
papers. A number of panel chairmen representing other countries are
also submitting similar papers. The panel chairmen include scientists
from Australia, Egypt, France, Soviet Union, Mexico, Italy, Canada,
Greece, Japan, Austria, Venezuela and the United States.
(Continued on Page 6)

NEW YORK (JTA) — Pope Paul VI, addressing representatives of all major faiths
at the Holy Family Church here Monday, voiced a warm plea for the participation of
all peoples of all religions in the world's quest for peace. Nearly 50 representatives
of organizations in the United States including leaders of all three
major Jewish denominations — Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform -- attended the session.
Philip M. Klutznick, former United States ambassador to the
United Nations Economic and Social Council, responded to the
Pope on behalf of the American Jewish community.
After voicing a general plea for peace, the pontiff told the
gathering: "This message we intend - not only for the Catholic
organizations represented at the United Nations, but we likewise
extend it to all of you here present, representing various Protes-
tant and Jewish organizations accredited with the various organi-
Pope Paul VI
zations of the United Nations. The work of peace is not restricted
to one 'religious belief, it is the work and duty of every human person regardless of his
religious conviction. Men are brothers, God is their father, and their father wills that
they live in peace with one another as brothers should.
"For our part, we thank you for the cordial friendship which you have accorded
our observers and we promise our collaboration insofar as we can join in your studies,
your programs and your activities and to this we join our prayers for the success of
your efforts and for God's choicest blessings on your noble endeavors."
Responding on behalf of the American Jewish community, Klutznick told the Pope:
"On this historic occasion of your visit to the United Nations in quest for world peace,
we greet you on behalf of the Jewish organizations and agencies related to the work


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