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October 29, 1965 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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Sen.. Hart, Back From Visit to Israel, Germans Stunned by Auschwitz Drama Documentary
While there was no applause at advocated its presentation. News-
BERLIN (JTA)—A stunned au-
Recalls a Friendly, Determined People dience
left the Volksbuehne Thea- the end of the premiere here, mem- paper reviews today gave qualified

U.S. Senator Philip A. Hart,
who has taken a deep interest in
the Zionist movement and in Is-
rael's progress, had an opportunity
to learn about Israel's status on
his visit there recently with Mrs.
Hart.
A former chairman of the Michi-
gan Chapter of the American
Christian Committee for Israel,
Sen. Hart had been honored with
the planting by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of the Williams-Hart

maneuver here, my family lives
in the village just there ..
"The unrelenting press of green
cypress against the bleak tan of
the desert . . . The orderly rows
of trees marching across the foot
of Mt. Carmel and suddenly the
sign that reads 'Williams - Hart
Forest' .. .
"Janey (Mrs. Hart) looking
into the trees and saying de-
terminedly: 'Our children and
our great-grandchildren have to
see this' . . The brother and
sister, both in army uniform, to
whom we gave a ride from Ca-
pernaum to Nazareth: their
hopes, their youth, their
pride . . .
"The glittering panorama of the
new university as one turns his
eyes from the ancient serenity of
Gethesemane . . . A young girl
leading a goat past a new Esso
station . . . Sweating young men
bursting into song as they heave
an irrigation pipe into place . . .
The awesome sense of history that
engulfs the mind inside the Shrine
of the Book . ."
Apologizing for his description
"as sterile as the second-hand ac-
count of any writing amateur,"
Sen. Hart explained "This is the
sort of emotional experience that
cannot be poured into a type-
writer without suffering a severe
evaporation of richness and feel-

ter here Oct. 20 after the premiere
of "The Investigation," a docu-
mentary play on the horrors of the
Auschwitz death camp based on the
trial of the 20 Nazi camp officials
which concluded in Frankfurt this
summer. The play, which was also
shown simultaneous in 14 . other
East and West German theaters,
was written by Peter Weiss, a Ger-
man-born Jew now lviing in Swe-
den, who used his own notes on the
testimony of the trial which he at-
tended.

Cuban Jewish Refugees
Arrive on 28-Foot Boat .

KEY WEST, Fla. (JTA) — Five
Jewish refugees from Cuba, in-
cluding an 82-year-old woman —
the first Jews to arrive since Fidel
Castro relaxed his regime's exit
ban two weeks ago—landed here
Sunday in a 28-foot boat. They
braved the hazardous 90-mile voy-
age to join their children and

other relatives in the United
States.

The refugees were immediately
taken to the United Hias Service
office in Miami, located at the
U.S. Government Cuban - Refugee
Center, for resettlement assist-
ance. In accordance with U.S. gov-
ernment regulations, efforts are
being made to resettle the re-
fugees outside the Florida area.

bers of the audience stood in
groups during the intermission
solemnly discussing the play. The
play was the subject of extensive
controversy over whether it should
be presented in Germany. Erwin
Piscator, head of the Volksbuehne,

praise • to the documentary play
and supported Mr. Piscator's stand
in -the controversy. "In contrast to
all predictions the play has proved
its effectiveness on the stage," the
West German newspaper, "Die
Welt," said.

HE ELECT

JEROME P.

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MAYOR

ADMINISTRATIVE

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for your children's sake
make your vote count
November 2nd
Remember you must vote

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Sen., Mrs. PHILIP A. HART
are shown here as they left
for Israel on an El Al plane.

Forest in Israel — in his and in
former Governor G. Mennen Wil-
liams' names.
In a statement to The • Jewish
News in which he described the
impressions he and Mrs. Hart
gathered on their visit in Israel,
Sen. Hart called Israel "a very
remarkable nation" whose people
mix "pride and sweat, friendliness
and gritty resolve."
Referring to the contrasts that
always impress the visitor to Is-
rael, Sen. Hart recalled:
"A frontier settler's gritty
smile as he shifted his rifle and
said, 'There's a little room for

Release of Eichmann Aide
in Austria Hit in Rome

ROME (JTA) -- The Corriere
della Sera, leading Italian news-
paper, sharply criticized the re-
lease of Erich Rajakowitch, "Eich-
mann's right-hand man," from a
Vienna prison.
Rajakowitch, who was convicted
for his part in the deportation of
thousands of Dutch Jews as an
occupational official, was released
after a three-year _term.
The Italian, newspaper said it
was "astonished that, of the en-
tire Austrian press and news
agencies, only one daily" re-
ported on the Nazi's release. The
newspaper said that "the most
peculiar aspect" of the case was
that the Nazi was released even
before a higher court had the
chance to rule on an appeal by
the public attorney against the
Nazi's light sentence.
The newspaper recalled that
Rajakowitch fled from Milan in
1963 when his Nazi past was ex-
posed and that after he was denied
asylum by several countries and
refused readmittance to Italy, he
decided to give himself up to Au-
strian authorities.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38--Friclay, October' 29, 1965

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