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February 16, 1968 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18—Friday, February 16, 196$

Czechs Issue Report on Death of C. H. Jordan

WASHINGTON (JTA) — A State
Department spokesman confirmed
that the United States government
has received an "interim report"
on the death of Charles H. Jordan,
Joint Distribution Committee offi-
cial, who died under mysterious
circumstances in Prague, last Aug-
ust.
The spokesman said the report
by the Czechoslovakian govern-

&
f
EffeffE l l

ment was not final. It was indi-
cated that the Czechs regard the
matter as still under investigation
and have not closed the books.
The exact circumstances of Mr.
Jordan's death remained unclear
and no new information of any
consequence was found in the in-
, terim report, State Department
sources said.
Mr. Jordan, 59, served as execu-
tive vice chairman of the Ameri-
can Joint Distribution Committee.

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BBC Expresses Regret Over Slur to Jews on National Television

LONDON (JTA) — The British things in your wife's name just
Broadcasting Corp. expressed re- like a Jewboy headed for bank-
gret Sunday about a BBC television ruptcy."
Sir Barnett Janner, former chair-
program in which a performer
playing a police officer told a man of the Board of Deputies of
suspect in a case that "you put British Jews, expressed disgust
over the program, called "Softly
Softly." He said Jewish organiza-
Buenos Aires Arab Rips
tions would certainly take the mat-
ter
up. Hundreds of Jewish listen-
Jewish Leader, Zionism
ers in London and outside sent
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—T h e protests by telephone and letters
Arab League propaganda office
took issue here with a statement to the BBC.
The BBC explained that the ob-
made by a leader of Argentine
Jewry in New York that tensions ' jectionable phrase was used as a
means
of provocation within the
had abated between Jews and
Arabs in the Argentine despite context of the story. A tough de-
tective
used
the word to provoke
Arab League efforts to increase
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193 Jewish juveniles involved in
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period, Benjamin R. Sprafkin, JFS
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week.
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the JFS which began the service
for adult offenders in September
1942 and extended it to juveniles in
June 1964. Louis Schneiderman is
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An estimated 96 out of every 100
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ciety and whether they live there-
after as law-abiding citizens de-
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offered them and how they use it,
the agency said.
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Jacob R. Oloie of Holland, an
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ing more than another attack on
Zionism by Fouad Chayels, direc-
tor of the Arab League office here.
Chayels assailed Dr. Isaac Gol-
denberg, president of the Delega-
. cion de Associaciones Israelitas
Argentinia (DAIA), the central rep-
resentative body of Argentine
Jewry. While visiting New York
Dr. Goldenberg said that last
June's Six-Day War had created
tension between Arab and Jewish
communities in Argentina but that
these had since abated and the
Arab League was unable to make
any headway in arousing local
Arab hostility against their Jew-
ish neighbors.
Chayels, in what was intended
as a reply to Dr. Goldenberg, said
that the Arabs do not "give politi-
cal significance to religions"
whereas "Zionists exploit religions
politically."

Philly Family Service
Aids Jewish Criminals

a drink." The BBC added that ft
nevertheless "appreciates that the
use of the remark gave offense"

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