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July 31, 1964 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-31

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The word "Haskamah" general-
ly means "approval," It became
know as a special term to connote
the foreword to Hebrew books
which constituted 'an approval to
have the book published, usually
issued by noted rabbis. The Rab-
binical Conference at Ferrera,
Italy, in the 16th Century, enacted
a law to the effect that all Hebrew
writings had to be approved by
three rabbis and a lay leader rep-
resenting the community before
they could be published. The pur-
pose of this, it was said, was to
censor the publication so as to be
sure that nothing offensive to the
ruling authorities of the area was
written therein, so that no ill will
would be aroused. Later, such fore-
words were sought by authors as
an endorsement of either their
scholarship or piety. There was a
reluctance to allow free circula-
tion of Hebrew books lest even
the Jewish reader be misled into
erroneous conclusions regarding
Jewish law and customs. ThesE
forewords also served in earlier
times, as a form of copyright, to
prevent the reprinting of all parts
of the publication before a certain
length of time had passed.

SAO PAULO, Brazil (JTA) —
Special honors were accorded here
Monday to Prof. Israel S. Drapkin,
head of the Institute for Criminol-
ogy of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem, who had just completed
a series of university lectures as
the guest of the Latin American
Institute of Criminology.

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Boston U. Acquires
Manuscripts of Writer,
Editor Charles Angoff

The personal papers and manu-
scripts of Charles Angoff, former
editor of the American Mercury,
novelist and chronicler of the
American literary scene for the
past 40 years, have been presented
to the Boston University Library,
Dr. Gustave A. Harrer of Newton,
Mass., director of libraries ,
announced. The collection will be
housed in Boston University's pro-
posed $5,500,000 Central Library.
The Angoff collection is rich in
correspondence of Ezra Pound,
George Jean Nathan, Henry L.
Mencken, Floyd
Dell, Sinclair
Lewis, Sherwood
Anderson,
Thomas Wolfe,
Eugene O'Neill,
William Carlos
Williams, Oswald
Garrison Villard,
James Branch
Angoff
'ell, Art Young,
Max Eastman, Ellery Sedgwick,
Rollin Kirby, and many other
letters.
According to Dr. Howard B.
Gotlieb of Boston, chief of the
library's division of special collec-
tions, through Angoff's papers it
is possible to trace the literary
battles which swept American
writing from 1920 through the
1950s, including the furor over
"humanism" and "proletarian lit-
erature".
The extent of Angoff's intellec-
tual curiosity is illustrated by the
files of his correspondence with
Kaiser Wilhelm II and Emma
Goldman, the anarchist, and by the
fact that his writings, criticism,
and lecturing have not only cov-
ered the world of American lit-
erature in general, but the world
of Jewish-American letters, a field
in which Angoff is considered the
pre-eminent figure.

Australia's Bible Scholar
Is 7th Day Adventist

MELBOURNE — Graham Mitch-
ell, a 30-year-old member of the
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
Monday night won the Australian
Bible Contest Championship, and
will represent this country at the
21-nation International Bible Con-
test to be conducted in Israel in
September.
The finals in the Australian con-
test were conducted on a national
television network, the panel of
judges comprising three Jewish
and three Christian scholars. Sir
Kingsley Mitchell, president of the
Victoria Bible Contest Committee,
which includes the heads of all
Christian churches here, announc-
ed he will fly to Jerusalem in
September to attend the interna-
tional finals there.

Arab Infiltrator Killed

TEL AVIV—An Arab infiltrator
was killed Monday when he was
caught by an Israeli border patrol
trying to enter Israel north of the
Gaza Strip. An army spokesman
said the man was shot when he atr.
tempted to flee back to the Gaza
side of the border after being
challenged by the patrol.

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Poland Aids Austria
in Nazi Crime Probe

VIENNA (JTA) — The Austrian
Department of Justice asked for
and received assistance from the
Polish Central Commission for the
investigation of Nazi Crimes in
getting material on criminal acti-
vities of Austrian citizens in Nazi-
occupied Poland.
A representative of the depart-
ment visited Poland for that pur-
pose and was given the opportunity
to acquaint himself with relevant
documents and papers about Aus-
trian citizens who served the Nazis
in Poland.
In addition, the Polish govern-
ment gave the Austrian government
numerous documents on Nazi war
crimes, including copies of the ar-
chives of the Maidanek death camp
in occupied Poland.
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International
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Jewish Investigator Asks
Check of Death Records

VIENNA (JTA) — Simon Weis-
enthal, head of the Jewish Docu-
mentation Center for Nazi Crimes
in Vienna, demanedd that the gov-
ernments of Austria and West Ger-
many check on the veracity of doc-
uments recording the deaths of
Nazi war criminals.
He said that there had been cases
in which the courts, acting in good
faith but on false evidence, re-
corded some of the criminals as
dead when they were still alive
somewhere abroad. He cited as an
example the case of the Nazi
police chief in Lublin, A. Globo-
cznik.
Weisenthal is generally credited
with being the investigator who
tracked down the late Adolph Eich-
mann. More recently, his work led
to the arrest of the Nazi officer
who had arrested Anne Frank.

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a secure future for yourself and
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return. Buy an extra bond during
the Operation Security drive—
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 22, 1964
27

BR 3-8868

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