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May 24, 1963 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-24

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Bishop Attacks Play on Pope Pius' Danny Raskin's
Stand Toward Nazi Killing of Jews

FRANKFURT, (JTA) — Ger-
many's most controversial
drama, "The Deputy," by Rolf
Hochhuth, a play that accuses
the late Pope Pius XII of indif-
ference to the mass murder of
the European Jews during the
wartime Nazi holocaust, drew
the fire of Dr. Wilhelm Kempf,
Bishop of Limburg.
In his sermon at the Limburg
Cathedral, Bishop Kempf said
the play had been based on
"mere assumptionS, not on
facts." Hochhuth, a young Ger-
man, -is considered one of the
country's outstanding play-
wrights:
Not since the Eichmann case
has any public event stirred so
much controversy in this coun-
try as has the production of
"The Deputy." Since its debut
in Berlin, last February, the
play has stirred bitterness and ,
sharpest dispute. Catholic
churchmen, scholars and lay-
men have accused the play-
w r i g h t of anti-Catholicism.
There are reports that the
Papal Nuncio at Bonn is investi-
gating whether a legal case

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against the playwright, who is
accused of defaming the mem-
ory of the late Pius XII.
Meanwhile, wide interest
around the world has increased
the scheduling of performances
of the play in various world
centers. Israel's Habimah Thea-
ter, in Tel Aviv, is scheduled
to -do "The Deputy" under the
aegis of the famous German
producer, Erwin Piscator. Ing-
mar Bergman has been asked to
direct the play in Stockholm,
and London's Royal . Shake-
speare Theater will put on "The
Deputy," probably under the
direction of Peter Hall.
In New York, it was an-
nounced that th efamous impre-
sario, Billy Rose, will produce
"The Deputy" on Broadway.
Film rights to "The Deputy"
have also _already been bought
by a Parisian producer, Georges
Beauregard.

Colorado Springs Has
`Jewish Bookmobile'

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.,
(JTA) — A Jewish Bookmobile,
described by Rabbi Robert Berg-
man here as "unique in this
country, and probably in the
world," has been launched here
by Temple Bet El's chapter of
the National Federation of Tem-
ple Youth.

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LISTENING

ALL YEAR, MILT TYNER,
co-chairman with Ed Rader, has
been looking forward to the 8th
annual golf outing, an all-day
.affair, by the Joseph Bale Post,
Jewish War Veterans, at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club . . .
However, fate had other ideas,
and so it was that Milt almost
wasn't even' able to attend! .. .
That is, until last week, when
the date was changed. (to his
wide-eyed sighs of glee!) . .
Tample Israel had previously
called wife, Phyllis, a few weeks
ago, to inform her that the
definite date of their daughter
Linda's confirmation was sched-
uled for the same day in May
. . . But Milt the Checker Bar-
B-Q gent has no need to worry
anymOre about not being able to
check in at both wonderful oc-
casions . . . Date of the Bale
Post golf outing has • been
changed to June 11, and Milt is
a mighty happy guy . • For
ticicets, call him at UN 4-7702.
* * *
SID WOLFSON claims that
some of the TV movies are so
old, they show bank bandits
driving up in front of a bank
and finding a parking space.
* * *
RUBE SNYDER being se-
lected "Pythian Of The Year"
caps 25 years of devoted service
to the order of Knights of
Pythias . . . As a member of
Detroit Lodge 55, Rube won
over men in other lodges whose
devotion was also recognized
. . But in the 25 years he has
been a member, Rube was
known as a "yes" man because
he never refused to serve on a
committee, accept appointments
to various types of jobs and is
yet to say not to anything re-
quested of him .. Rube's fine
Pythian Spirit of friendship,
charity and benevolence is an
example for all his brother
members . . . and it- was in-
evitable that he would be se-
lected to the high honor as
"Pythian Of The Year."
• * * *
CHARLES "RED" LEVITT,
American Airlines pilot (who
believes that the trouble with
resisting temptation is that it
may never come again), is
worried about this sign he found
on an airfield in Japan . . .
"WHEN TWO PLANES AP-
PROACH EACH OTHER ON
THE RUNWAY, THEY SHALL
BOTH COME TO A FULL
STOP, AND NEITHER SHALL
START UP UNTIL THE
OTHER IS GONE "
* *
"RED" HEARS many amusing
stories in his work . . . One had
a frightened paratrooper as the
patsy . . . The plane was up
6,000 feet, and the young para-
trooper was green with fear .. •
Suddenly he rushed forward and
yelled at the pilot, "Hey, buddy,
I'm 'bout to jump. You watch
me goin' down—and if my
p-p-p-parachute don't open, you
throw me down ANOTHER one
—REAL FAST!"
* *

Marital scoop of the year .. .
Our town's most eligible Batch-
elor, pianist Charlie Dubin will
"I do" it in September . . .
Dorothy Axon is the gal who
finally "caught" Darby's music
man after his unattached string
of 45 years.

The English word "argosy"
has its origin in the name of
Ragusa, a part of the Adriatic
Sea.

France Determined
to Impose Status Quo
on Mid-East Borders

PARIS, (JTA)--The French
government is "determined" to
impose a territorial status quo
between the Arab States and
Israel, Foreign Minister Maurice
Couve de Murville assured par-
liament's Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee.
"Non-intervention in the in-
ternal affairs of foreign states,"
he declared, '"does not rule out
on the part of the Western gov-
ernments the implementation of
certain responsibilities to impose
the status quo between Israel
and the Arab states."
Going one step further, and
mentioning specifically the 1950
Tripartite Declaration by France,
Britain and the United States,
which guaranteed the integrity
of the Israeli-Arab borders, the
Franco-Israeli Alliance voted a
resolution calling upon the gov-
ernment to intervene in the
Middle East, in accord with that
1950 measure, "and safeguard
the equilibrium of power and
the independence of all states
in the Middle East."
The resolution was adopted
at a meeting celebrating Israel's
anniversary, attended by leading
French political figures and in-
tellectuals. Among those pres-
ent at the meeting were four
members of the cabinet and
more than 100 members of the
Chamber of peputies and Sen-
ate.

Jews Give Hospital
Addition to Sao Paulo

SAO PAULO, (JTA) — With
the participation , of prominent
city and state officials, as well
as scientific personalities here,
the auditorium of Albert Ein-
stein Hospital; a gift to this
city from the Jewish community
of Sao Paulo, was dedicated
here. The principal address was
delivered by Dr. Arthur Korn-
berg, famous American Jewish
physician who, in 1959, was a
co-recipient of the Nobel Prize
in medicine and physiology.

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