THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, February 10, 1967
Denies Bias in Talk
to Rabbi Nussbaum
Israelis Protest Efforts to Free Hess from Jail
A statement by the group de-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — A demand
that Rudolf Hess, once Hitler's plored the possibility that Hess,
deputy, be kept in prison, was last of the Nuremberg Tribunal
voiced by the Israeli Organization defendants still in jail, reportedly
'his family flee for their lives. The
By ELIAHU SALPETER
BONN (JTA) — A West German of Partisans, Fighters Against Naz- will be released because of his
(Copyright, 1967, JTA. Inc.)
I tragedy of 20 years earlier is
cardinal denied in a statement that ism and Survivors of Concentra- declining health. Any action to void
JERUSALEM — "The High Sea- repeating itself.
imposition of the life sentence on
he had made the anti-Semitic re- tion Camps.
son" is an allegoric drama dealing
If Job represents Israel which
Hess, the statement added, would
with the problem of relations be- accepted German reparations, then
"encourage neo-Nazis and anti-
tween Jews and Germans after the the situation of rebuilding his life
Semites the world over and would
Informer Got $1.40
holocaust. "Black Man's Burden" as an alien staying among the
constitute the final burial of the
during a meeting
is a -middlebrow comedy making murderers is not valid—unless the
barbaric Nazi past."
fun of the relations between Is- murderers are not only the Ger-
Reports from Germany have in-
raelis and Africans. Yet, there is manu, but all the nations who did
MUNICH (JTA) — A reward dicated that the Bonn government
more in common between them not lift a finger to prevent the
was paid to the person who be-
Nussbaum, chair- trayed Anne Frank during the wants Hess released from West
than the mere fact that both plays
Berlin's Spandau Prison, a facility
man of the
had their premieres in Tel Aviv
Nazi occupation of the Nether- under the supervision of the four
during the same week in mid-
lands in the Second World War, principal, wartime allies — the
Joseph ("Tommy") Lapid, author
of the World resulting in her arrest by the
United States, Britain, France and
of "Black Man's Burden," present-
Gestapo, a defendant in a war the Soviet Union.
Both plays, distant as they are ed at the Chamber Theater, is a
met with Josef crimes trial testified here.
from each other in mood and sub- young journalist and this is his
Wilhelm Zoepf, a former SS
ject matter, represent an attempt first play. It is a situation comedy-
the archbishop of major accused of complicity in Minyan in State Capitol
by Israeli authors to cope with involving a high official of an
Cologne, during the murders of thousands of
ALBANY ( JTA )—D aily Jewish
some very involved race relations, African country visiting Israel and
the rabbi's visit Dutch Jews, told the court that
religious prayer services — the
but it is no coincidence that the a Tel Aviv manufacturer of irriga-
Nussbaum to West Germany the betrayer had received the
first to be held in the state capi-
one dealing with the past is a tion equipment who wants to sell
in January. T he rabbi reported on - "usual amount" for telling the
tol since the Second World War
tragedy, the one with the present his pipes and sprinklers to the
the talk in a press conference in Nazis where the Jewish family
now conducted each morn-
African's country. But the official, New York City Jan. 27.
was hidden. This sum was said
ing and evening with some 30 to
* * *
instead, falls in love with the man-
According to Rabbi Nussbaum,
to have been at one time 5 gulden
40 senators, assemblymen and
Aharon Meged is one of Israel's ufacturer's daughter and wants to Cardinal Frings indicated that about ($L40) per Jew, but was
legislative aides gathering in the
seasoned playwrights. Job, central marry her. Since the parents theo- German Jews were to a degree later increased.
office of Assembly Majority
character of his "High Season," retically favor equality among all responsible for the rise of National
* * *
Leader Moses M. Weinstein for
staged at Habimah, is a foreigner peoples and races, he fails to Socialism because they were so
in the land of Uz (a biblical name, understands when the girl's family powerfully entrenched in many Pledges Trials to Go On
Weinstein arranged the services
BONN (JTA) — West Germany's
symbolic of a distant country). We will not let her marry him because areas of German life. Rabbi Nus-
to enable him to keep up with
meet him 20 years after the terri- he is an African.
sbaum also said, in an interview justice minister, Gustaf Heinemann, the daily recitation of kaddish
ble tragedy that befell him;' his
The situation changes suddenly with the Allegemeine Unabhangige said here that he would do every-
home and vineyards have all been when the young African's brother, Judische Wochenzeitung, a West thing he could to see to it that the during the mourning period for
destroyed, his sons killed in a big who has just seized power in his German newspaper, that the arch- prosecution of Nazi war criminals his father, who died in January.
Weinstein usually leads the
fire, leaving only ashes behind. country, phones and tells him that bishop expressed doubt that 6,000,- continued even after the expira-
The family has recovered, rebuilt he cannot marry an Israeli girl 000 Jews had been murdered by tion of the statute of limitations on prayers himself, with Sen. Paul
Dec. 31, 1969. He made that state- Bookson, an Orthodox Jew from
the farm and today Job is again because that would hurt relations the Nazis.
ment to a delegation of interna- New York's Lower East Side,
the most prosperous farmer in the with the Arabs; he should marry
In the interview, Rabbi Nuss- tional resistance fighters from West- officiating on some days. The
neighborhood and father of three an Egyptian girl, instead.
baum quoted the cardinal as
The worried Jewish father now telling him that "The Jews of ern Europe and Israel, currently kaddish minyan arranged by
Weinstein is the first in the state
It is harvest time again, just as becomes an insulted Israeli citizen.
that time had gained great riches
capitol since Sen. Lazarus Joseph
it was 20 years ago when the
and wore these riches publicly
arranged similar services when
tragedy struck. Two investigators
for show. These were the rea- I
son was killed in the Second
appear, telling Job that evidence in the match, because she loves
sons that made National Social. to Do Consultation Work
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
has turned up identifying those her boyfriend, Jonathan, whom her ism psychologically possible."
responsible for burning down the parents have not yet met, an-
The cardinal said in his state- Ministerial Economic Commission
From 1951 through May, 1966,
farm. The man, whose big com- nounces that he is coming to pre- ment that his words had been Monday announced approval of a UNICEF's allocation to help the
pany is now marketing Job's wine,
quoted out of context and that he new Israel-American company children of Communist countries
is none other than the former the door opens and in comes Jona- had always denounced Hitler's ac- which will engage in consultation amounted to 2.36 per cent of its
owner of the neighboring farm. He than—an African boy studying in tivities against the Jews "from the work for Israel in Israel and • total worldwide allocations.
abroad. The new firm, Isralund
got involved in a smuggling case Israel.
deepest reaches of my soul."
and, during the investigation, one
The office of Cardinal Frings Engineers, Ltd., was formed by
of his long-time employes disclosed British Golf Club Denies
said that the prelate had decided the Israel Electric Co. and the en-
IF YOU TURN THE
that it was this farmer who, out
he would deliver a scheduled lec- gineering consulting firm of Sar-
of envy, hatred and desire to evade
ture for Brotherhood Week only
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
huge debts owed to Job, set fire
if the Cologne Jewish community States.
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
to The Jewish News)
The joint Israel-based venture is
to his farm. Job is asked to testify.
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
LONDON — A charge that the renounced "formally and publicly"
He refuses, unwilling to open up Moor Golf Club in Hertfordshire the anti-Jewish statements attrib- expected to result in considerable
savings to Israeli industry by pro-
old wounds, fearful of reviving old discriminates against Jewish appli- uted to him.
Rabbi Nussbaum's statement viding know-how that formerly had
hatreds and, most of all convinced cants for membership was made
that the very fact of his being Wednesday by a group of Lon- has been widely quoted abroad as to be sought abroad, and is also
expected to earn foreign exchange
Milan Wineries,. Detroit, Mich.
alive, having children again and doners, who plan legal action to well as in Germany.
The archdiocese statement said needed by Israel's economy.
rebuilding his farm is the best compel the club to include a non-
answer to what happened 20 years discriminatory clause in its lease. that the cardinal had only sought
The group includes members of to indicate to Rabbi Nussbaum
As the play progresses, Job the British Anti-Discrimination So- the social conditions in Germany
learns that the old hatreds against ciety and has the backing of Sir which preceded the rise of Nazism.
The 80-year-old prelate had been
him, the alien, have also survived Barnett Janner, member of Parlia-
undiminished, under the surface. ment. Advice will be sought to widely hailed for his opposition to
To complicate matters, Job also find out if a high court injunction the Nazis during the war. He had
learns that his former enemy has can be obtained to prevent the also repeatedly denounced the con- -
secretly repaid his old debts and club from renewing its lease un- cept of collective German guilt
this money was at least partly less it contains the non-discrim- since the end of World War II.
instrumental in rebuilding the inatory proviso.
The chairman of the club denied Newark Jewish Council
burned farm and lost prosperity.
10 DAY EXCURSION
Job's inner turmoil culminates it practices discrimination and that Opposes New Busing Bill
from New York every Sunday
when he is told that the hired it has some Jewish members.
NEWARK (JTA) — The Jewish
hands refuse to attend the harvest
Community Council of Essex Coun-
celebration prepared for them in Simon-Schuster to Print ty voiced strong opposition to a bill
the farmhouse. He decides to tes-
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Trenton, which proposes to extend
1 April 6
upon him the tragedy 20 years ago.
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However. it is too late. The in- Steiner. which created a sensation- be bused to public and non-public
vestigators return and tell him in Europe, will be published in schools.
that the informer has retracted his May by Simon and Schuster.
The measure would broaden the
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charge. When Job refuses to testify vivors from the uprising at Tre- miles to grammar school and 21/2
in this matter, they threaten to blinka and to recreate their story. miles to high school. It would also
prosecute him, too. Meanwhile the
It claims to be providing details make available busing for nonpub-
May 16, all costs
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tension on the farm grows. The about the heroes of the revolt who lic-school students in every district
drunken farmhands attack one of confronted and defeated their tor- providing any transportation for
his daughters and suddenly fire mentors. The role of the SS also is public school children.
Opposition to the bill by the JCC
breaks out in the yard. Job and presented in this account of a
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