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November 16, 1973 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-16

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Redemption
Taste
Lord of the world, I beg
I would rather be able to
of you to redeem Israel. And appreciate things I cannot
if you don't want to do have than to have things I
that, then redeem the Gen- am not able to appreciate.
—Elbert Hubbard.
tiles.—Israel of Koraitz.

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BE A
THANKSGIVING
HERO!!

BRING YOUR PILGRIMS
TO THE PONTCH
ENJOY A WHOLE TURKEY
CARVED AT YOUR TABLE
WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS.

For later memories,
carry home
the leftover bird

Only S6.95 per person
(Much less
for the little ones)

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H WOK

Wiesenthal is the
famous "hunter - who track-
ed down Adolf Eichmann and
his findings led to the Nazi's
capture by Israelis; he has
located the whereabouts of
other Hitlerites; his research
has led to the prosecution of
many war criminals.
His new book, "Sails of
Hope: The Secret Mission of
Christopher Columbus," pub-
lished by Macmillan, reveals
him in new roles: as his-
torian, biographer, skilled
researcher.
He had gone so thoroughly
into the study of the life,
time and accomplishments of
Columbus that his "Sails of
Hope" emerges as biography
as well as chronological ac-
count of events that led to
the settlement in America,
the Spanish and Italian corol-
laries related to Columbus'
life, the Inquisition and the
role of the Vatican.
Wiesenthal's contention is
that Columbus — Colon as he
was known in Spain — de-
scended from the Marranos,
that the persecutions led to
the hope that a new world
may be found for Jews to
which to escape from the
Inquisition, and that Jews
financed the Columbus ex-
pedition.
Luis de Santangel, Diego
de Deza and Gabriel Sanches
are credited with having fi-

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jazz
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of historical truth.
Written in German, Wies- Flame. Hours are 6-11 p.m.
Wiesenthal Exposes Nazis at Book Fair enthal's
"Sails of Hope" had Wednesdays and Thursdays
In his address to an overflow audience at the Book good translators in Richard and 7 p.m.-midnight, Fridays
Fair, Wednesday, Simon Wiesenthal said the expose of and Clara Winston.
and Saturdays.
Nazism continues, to make sure the Holocaust is not for-
gotten, so that it may not be repeated. He moved his audi-
ence with his description of his experiences. Among the
points he advanced were: That it is wrong to speak only
of the Six Million when 11,000,000 of all faiths and races
were murdered by the Nazis; and it is misleading to speak
of the Hitlerites' war crimes since the anti-Semitic horrors
commenced several years before the war and were effected
in the concentration camps, the Nuremberg laws and other
manifestations of terror.
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Detroit, Michigan
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STAND

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, Nov. 16, 1973

Wiesenthal, the 'Hunter' of Nazis,
Researcher of Columbus' Jewishness,
Inspires Large Book Fair Audience

Boxing Matches

Slated at Olympia

Len "Stinger" Hutchins,
the number one ranking light
heavyweight contender from
Detroit, will square off
against Rafael Gutierrez in
a 10-round main event 8
p.m. Saturday as profes-
sional boxing returns to
Olympia Stadium.
Tickets are available at
the Olympia box office,
Grinnell's Hudson's and
Sears.

nanced the Columbus expedi-
tion. It did not result in find-
ing a haven in India, as the
expeditioners believed, never-
theless the new haven
eventually led to the haven
for many Jews. In the spirit
of such an accomplishment,
Wiesenthal traces historical
experiences to such a degree
that his Columbus story is
like a miniature history of
the flight of Jews and their
search for succor, as well as
the adherence to faith that
retains identity.
Thus, the new Wiesenthal
book relates about the Mar-
ranos as well as about their
persecutors. Many interest-
ing incidents are recorded.
Popes, the favorable and the
antagonistic, are listed where
they relate to the story of
Jewish plight.
Having gone to Spanish
and Italian sources, Wiesen-
thal gives much credit to
Columbus' biographer Salva.
dore de Madariaga who in-
risted that Columbus was of
Jewish origin.
Columbus' family records,
his son's story of his life, the
Jews who accompanied him
on his journey to the New
World — these and many
more factors enter into the
romanticized biographical ac-
count aimed at proving Co-
lumbus' Jewishness.
Wiesenthal realistically
states that when the Vatican
files are opened there will
be more effective evidence
on the subject. Historically,
in the extensiveness of the
research the able writer has
carried through his theme,
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