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November 29, 1963 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-29

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Danny Raskin's Say Mueller Is Alive in Cairo

LISTENING

ing to the newspaper, were
traced to a hide-away in Munich,
then to an Alpine ski resort in
Austria, then to an Italian vil-
lage on the Austro-Italy border,
finally to a Catholic college in
Italy where a Yugoslav priest
obtained for him stolen identity
cards under the name of Jan
Berlinsky, presumably a Pole
from Lodz. Late in 1945, he
went to Spain, thence to Egypt.
He wrote anti-Jewish pro-
paganda for Nasser in 1949. He
disappeared from the Cairo
suburb a year ago, but "the
hunt is not yet over," the news-
paper stated.

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JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, Nov. 29, 1963

provision, the Secretariat for
the Promotion of Christian
Unity will have 12 new mem-
bers. Augustin Cardinal Bea,
president of that Secretariat,
has been the key witness Vati-
can figure in preparing the
chapter on the Jews and pre-
senting it to the Council fa-
thers.
Bishop Hanvas of Hungary
said in the debate that anti-.
Semitism was still very strong,
and lauded the "Sisters of No-
tre Dame De Sion" for work-
NOW ENTERING ITS 43rd
ing for the re-establishment of year
of service to the community
a "normal situation" in that is Zedakah
Club . . . helping the
respect among the people.
aged by supplementing relief
with bi-monthly checks, groce-
ries, dairy products, clothing
NAACP Elects
etc. . . . Zedakah's scope of work
in the field of mental hospitals
Dore Schary
is too numerous to list . . . Each
year, the 200 members depend
Life Member
on the group's annual donor
luncheon, its only major fund
raising affair of the year . . .
Number 32 donor is set for Dec.
11, at Town and Country Club
... with fashions and furs on the
program agenda . . . For tickets
contact Mrs. Jack Greenberg,
DI 1-0718 or Mrs. Gerson Hor-
ton, UN 4-6303.
DATE HAS BEEN set for the
gala annual public joint installa-
tion of officers by Knights of
Pythias, Detroit 55, and Pythian
Sisters, Temple 152 . . . It'll be
Jan. 26 at the new Imperial
Terrace on Wyoming . . . For
reservations, call Gerrie Raskin,
LI 8-5288 . . . Dance music by
Sammy Wolf.
Playwright-producer Dor e
PERCY SWARTZ, of the long
Schary (right), national chair-
handsomely waxed mustache, is
man of the Anti-Defamation
official photog of just about
League of Bnai Brith, was
every organization he belongs
made a life member of the
to . . . and it isn't unusual for
National Association for the
Magnificent*
him to take shots at an affair
Advancement of Colored Peo-
with three or four different
ple in snecial ceremonies in
types of cameras and equipment
New York. Kivie Kaplan, na-
costing many hundreds of dol-
tional life membership chair-
7113 PURITAN
lars . . . At recent Crescent
2 Blocks West of Livernois
man of the NAACP and a
Shrine • member - guest affair,
862-2882 For Res.
member of ADL's New Eng-
Ample Parking
land board, presents the life Percy searched Raleigh House
for something like the clicker
membership pin.
he needed to take a certain shot
. . . Sammy Lieberman had it in
his office—a cheap relic, but
COMPLETE
good enough to serve Percy's
needs!
Chicken
CARRY-OUT DINNERS
ALMOST 20 YEARS ago, a
Shrimp
small group of women, organized
The
to help needy children, were
Fish
given a choice of three names
by Rabbi A. M. Hershman . . .
Frog Legs
They chose Sheruth, meaning
Complete Corry Out Dinners • Free Delivers
service, because it was so sym-
Bar-B-Q
bolic of the work done by the
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
Ribs
gals . . . The list of deeds by
this group sounds unbelievable
Phone 537-7880
as a local organization number-
ing only 250 women, but Sheruth
League is now a highly honored
organization of our community
1...111111111111.1
. . . Its 20th birthday celebration
DIFFERENT BY FAITH,
"He is not of our faith
win be a donor luncheon, Dec.
nor
of
our
skih,"
said
SKIN AND CALLING
4, at Masonic Temple ... Roslyn
Mother Maria. "But he
Weinstein is president . . . Mad-
is
a
man
of
BUT WHAT A WONDERFUL
elyn Gruskin, donor chairman
greatness ..
. . . For reservations, call Jackie
ADVENTURE THEY
Newman, 342-2361.
SHARED!
LEAVE IT TO the ingenuity of
Dr. Felix Rosenwach to put a
polished finishing touch to the
recent Phi Delta Epsilon Med-
ical Fraternity, North Central
Chapter, convention held here
.. . Felix was in charge of the
Sunday brunch, and had bagels,
24 dozen of them, made in the
shape of Greek symbols of the
fraternity . . . He picked up
the hand molded variety on the
Northwest Saturday nite and
took them downtown for the
morning's yum yum festivities
in perfect bagel coordination
with the frat's lettering!
f
ALMOST 4000 people filled
AS THE LIEE•LOVING EX-6/ WHO ONE DAY
ENCOUNTERS NW NUNS ESCAPED MOM
Roma Hall for last week's festi-
S5YOND THE BERLIN WALL...
val by JWV Ladies Auxiliary,
Dept. of Mich. . . . There were
SIDNEY ROefttli
ACTOR AWARO ..w . to.
,
(4.
A . -- Stst 1963
NELSON'S
n
table preparations set for about
Berlin ram festiwol
3000 . . • Ruthe Weiss, games
A
'ti
OR
-
VIAtiiiili",(1°41Tgf7121t,s..
(ADES Of THE ri(1.0
chairman, and Shirley Iden, gen-
Roman Cat.. F. 0,..Aiatio". (A7
JCW
, L..... SPECIAL AWARD
eral chairman, give apologies to
all who couldn't find seats .. .
THE ALL NEW
Proceeds went to aid needy vet-
NOW
GRAND RIVER
erans and their families and for
SHOWING
at SOUTHFIELD hospital parties held by the
auxiliaries at veterans hospitals.

ROME (JTA)—The Ecumeni-
cal Council on Nov. 27 approved
the first three chapters of a
document on Christian unity,
but postponed for later consid-
eration a chapter on the Jews
and another chapter on freedom
of religious expression.
The Bishops then decided to
cut off further debate on the
document as a whole, and pass
on to discussion of each sepa-
rate chapter. There was no in-
dication as to the reasons that
led the prelates to postpone ac-
tion on the draft on Jews which
specifically denies Jewish re-
sponsibility for the crucifixion
of Christ and warns all Catho-
lics against anti-Semitic atti-
tudes based on ancient charges
of deicide.
While a majority of the Bish-
ops who have spoken on the
Jewish draft have endorsed it
fully, divisions of opinion have
been expressed as to whether it
should be incorporated in the
general schema on ecumenism,
or treated separately. In the de-
bate, for example, Bishop Florit
of Florence, Italy, said Chapter
Four, on the Jews, should be
part of the schema of the
Church because the Jewish re-
ligion was at the origin of the
Church, and the Church's his-
tory of salvation started with
the Old Testament.
A decision which may have a
bearing on the ultimate treat-
ment of the chapter on the
Jews was announced Nov. 21
providing for an expansion of
each commission dealing with
various aspects of church issues
before the Council. Under this

LONDON, (JTA) — Former
Gestapo General Heinrich
Mueller, who was the late
Adolf Eichmann's immediate su-
perior, was living in a Cairo
suburb as recently as a year
ago, disguised under the Arab
name of Amin Abdel Megid,
and had previously been en-
gaged in writing anti-Jewish
propaganda for Egypt's Presi-
dent Nasser, according to the
London Daily Express.
Two months ago, reports
spread in Germany that three
skeletons discovered in a Ger-
man grave included Mueller's
remains. Later, it was establish-
ed that Mueller's corpse was
not among these three. Now the
Daily Express, on the basis of
its own investigation, has estab-
lished that Mueller had escaped
from Germany early in 1945,
when he perceived that Hitler
had lost the war.
Mueller's movements, accord-

27 - THE DETROIT

Ecumenical Council Defers Debate
on Document Relating to Jewry

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