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By PHINEAS J. BIRON
About 'The Wall'
present the genocide tragedy
A dramatization of John Her- on a stage no matter how well
. . We are
sey's "The Wall" will open on it is being done
Joseph A. Gillis Is
Broadway . . . We had an op- most probably in the minority,
portunity to -ee a preview of but that's the way we feel.
the play written by Millard
Democratic Candidate mit Bloomgarden and Billy
We had an opportunity to
Joseph A. Gillis is a Demo- Rose . . . We were not quite
cratic candidate for re-election certain about the theatrical ex - see a private. screening of the
as state representative in the cellence of the drama . . . No Otto Premiger production of
10th District, located between wonder! . . . It will be difficult • Exodus . . . It was in a small
projection room . . . before a
for any Jew to witness Broad- handful of people . . . Mostly
way's "The Wall" as entertain- professional movie people who
ment . . . Too much emotional are not easily moved . . .. We
strings attach us to this maca- have no hesitancy in describing
and native De-
bre chunk of history and human Premiger's production as a
troiter, is mar-
heroism • . . It is now 17 years masterpiece, setting new stand-
ried, has three
since the uprising of the Jews ards for the cinematographic
children a n d
in the Warsaw Ghetto . . . A medium . . . There are no thea-
for the past 12
decade has passed since the
trical tricks and no compromise
publication of John Hersey's
with reality .. . Yet it is pure
lived at his
powerful narrative . . . Ger-
entertainment, a chunk of life
many has become a staunch
at 16633 Rob-
ally of the United States . . . transplanted to the screen .. .
son. A resi-
It has helped through its re- The impact is tremendous . . .
dent of north-
paration program the consolida- And the most amazing aspect
of this motion picture based on
w e s t Detroit
tion of the State of Israel . .
for the past
In the present atmosphere of the Uris novel is this: while
29 years, he
political alignments it is some- it depicts the struggle of Israel
has been ac-
times difficult to look at pres- for independence it is not a
tive in church,
ent day Germany as the land in sectarian story of Israel and
which millions of monsters as- Jewish heroism . . . It enlarges
and veteran activities in this sisted, condoned and accepted the scope of the Uris story and
area. He was first elected to the genocide of a people with- expands it into a modern birth
office last year in a special elec- out protest . . . But there we of a nation . . . The eternal
are, in 1960, going calmly to a urge for freedom and justice of
Lt. Col. Gillis in the Air play which presents in stark a people, any people! . . . Otto
Force Reserve, the candidate realism the lives and deaths of Premiger's direction is inspired
is an active command pilot on the Jewish resisters in the War- and inspiring . . . His cast is
imbued with the drama and
weekends at Selfridge AFB. saw Ghetto.
Sure, we were at all times significance of the events . . .
During World War II Gillis
flew 200 combat missions and aware that the cruelties enacted The stars, Paul Newman,. Eva
was awarded the Distinguished a few years way from our Marie Saint, Ralph Richardson,
Flying Cross. During the Ko- comfortable fauteuils were part Lee J. Cobb, Peter Lawford and
rean action, the Democratic of a make believe .. . And that Sal Mineo, not to forget David
Legislator put aside his law the hopes of the young and Opatoshu, are giving the best
books and served again for two old within the Ghetto walls performance of their lives . . .
years earning the Korean Ser- which were doomed to end in Filmed in technicolor, the au-
vice Medal and the United Na- tragedy belonged to the past thenticity of the historical
and could not be altered ... Yet events is overwhelming . .
tions Medal in the Far East.
Active in many veteran or- we felt unable to accept the And no wonder . . . The pro-
ganizations, Gillis has served as stage business as a play pre- ducer did not spare money .. .
commander of Charles A. sented in a Broadway theater A corps of technical advisers,
Learned Post No. 1, The Ameri- with a box office that would - JeWiSh, British and Arab, men
can Legion, and as state presi- be the recipient of dollars from who actually participated in the
dent of the Reserve Officers tired business men in search real story have contributed
of entertainment . . . When, dur- their knowledge and personal
the intermission, we heard experience . . .
Gillis is preferred by the Citi-
Out of this epic emerges a
zens League, AFL-CIO, Detroit voices asking "Are you enjoy-
Building Trades Council, Cen- ing the play," we felt ill at passionate cry for peace, not
tral Citizens Committee, West ease . . . Enjoying certainly just for regional peace but for
Side Council of Clubs and other does not go well with the play, world peace . . The futility of
civic, fraternal and labor notwithstanding the fact that armed conflicts, the senseless-
the drama is well written, ness of killing, the Semitic
superbly acted and splendidly brotherhood of Jews and Arabs,
notwithstanding the chauvinism
Fox Runs for Circuit
When we argued this point of Arab leadership, dominates
with friends, they accused us their knowledge and personal
Court Commissioner of being soft, supersentimental not merely accept a script; he
A Detroit attorney since his . .. What about "The Diary of added to it a fourth dimension,
graduation from the Detroit Ann Frank," they said . . . It a concept which comes through
College of Law in 1924, Fred- was good theater and at the in every incident ... There are
erick W. Fox is a candidate for same time in no way insulting to unforgettable scenes in the
Circuit Court Commissioner in our memory and sufferings . . . Cyprus prison camp, the inter-
Wayne County. And of course this is true ... Yet nal conflict between the Hag-
Married and the father of it would seem to us that we ganah and the Irgun, the heroic
three daughters, all of whom are still too close to the War- defense of Gan Dafna and so
he has sent to college, Fox has saw events to make out of them Iforth . . . The very end is at a
been active in church and civic ; a box office business . . . So ! common grave of an Arab who
1what is the difference between in his heart loves the Jews but
He served as president, for a play and a novel, you will by circumstances is compelled
three terms, of the Wayne State certainly interject .. . The dif- to fight them and a young refu-
University Religious Center ference is quite marked . . gee girl Karen who longed for
Corporation. Purpose of the or- I The book, although in novel a new life in Israel . . . A stir-
ganization is to erect a religious I form, was an authentic, docu- ring climax which expresses the
center building on the campus mentary. . The element of inner meaning of Exodus, an
to house all recognized religious make-believe is absent in the appeal for human dignity, for
groups represented in the stu- . 1 book by John Hersey . . . On brotherhood and national in-
dent body. the other hand, a stage play dependence . . .
We have been told by United
communicates with its audience
on a different level . . . The Artists who are releasing the
Top Endorsement Goes book reader is by himself . . . Premiger production that the
to Wierzbicki for Detroit He is not in an artifically fes- anticipation on the part of the
tive mood, dressed up, watch- American public to - see the pic-
Common Council Seat ing and being watched by other ture is absolutely unprece-
A group of prominent Detroit people .. . He is not out for a dented . . . The advance sale
citizens, including Republicans good time . . . The book reader has reached phenomenal fig-
as well as Democrats, this week need not react immediately to ures . . Jewish as well as non-
joined in urging the election of the story, nor is it expected of Jewish organizations through-
Anthony J. Wierzbicki to fill the him to resume his good humor out the land have arranged for
unexpired term in the Detroit at the end of his reading and benefit performances . . The
join in the laughter and well interest is mounting . . The
Common Council. •
Wierzbicki is a veteran of city being of his company . . . No world Preview will take place
operations gained from 19 years . . . Reading "The Wall" was Dec. 13 under the auspices of
in the bUdget bureau. Two of an experience, an inner experi- the Weizmann Institute .
Detroit's leading newspapers ence which brought to the sur- . • . In Los Angeles, the first
have endorsed his election. The face a terrible feeling of mourn- California showing will be a
Detroit Free Press said, "He is ing, of desperation •
. It was private invitation affair exclu-
a recognized authority on De- a strong, emotional shock
. sively for donors to the Weiz-
troit's municipal money matters, Entertainment in the usual mann Institute and the Muscu-
and we have come to a time sense was not related to the lar Dystrophy Associations of
when Detroit taxpayers greatly experience . . . "The Wall" is America, Dec. 19.
need men in office who know a powerful drama, at times
Yes, Exodus -is the greatest!!
the city's fiscal situation inside poetic and at others humorous All the movie professionals
. . But it is still too early to cried and applauded.