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September 15, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-15

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Judith Wasser
Weds Ira Samuels

FBI Asked to Induce Interpol End Bella Stalrit ITjill
Evasion of Capture of Former Nazis Wed Alan Stotsky

Nazi officials accused of `political character' within the
crimes against Jews during the meaning of Art. VI of the above-
Hitler period have been helped mentioned treaty."
to escape prosecution and find
The American Jewish Con-
haven outside Germany by the gress letter cited a provision in
refusal of the International Po- the Universal Declaration of
lice Organization (Interpol) to Human Rights that the right to
cooperate in their capture and seek and enjoy asylum. "may
arrest, the American Jewish not be invoked in the case of
Congress charged in a letter to prosecutions genuinely arising
J. Edgar Hoover, director of the from non-political crimes or
Federal Bureau of Investigation, from acts contrary to the pur-
urging that U. S. representa- poses and principles of the
tives at the international police United Nations."
body's General Assembly seek
a change in Interpol policy on
the issue.
The Interpol Assembly was
held in Copenhagen, Denmark,
Sept. 4-9. Heading the Ameri-
can delegation was Arnold Sag-
Judith Wasser and Ira Gerald alyn, director of Law Enforce-
Fact, Fiction, Fable, Fooling,
Samuels were united in marriage ment Coordination of the Treas- Fantasy and Farce are the titles
Aug. 6 at Rainbow Terrace. Rabbi
In his letter, Will Maslow, of subdivisions under which ex-
Segal officiated, assisted by Can-
executive director of the Amer- cerpts from classic writings have
tor Fenakel.
ican Jewish Congress, deplored been incorporated into a book
Parents of the couple are Mr. as "unthinkable" the fact that that will delight readers of all
and Mrs. Ben Wasser of Wood- Nazi officials have been "aided ages.
ingham Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. in their escape from justice" by
"The Comic Looking Glass,
Morris Samuels of Roslyn Rd.
the unwillingness of Interpol to the over-all title of this wonder
The bride chose a gown of remove the "gratuitous and ful book, published by Looki
ivory peau de soie with a round- needless restrictions" which it Glass Library (127 E. 69th, N.
ed neckline and elbow - length hay placed upon itself in the 21) and distributed by Rando
sleeves. A pearl tiara was at- apprehension of Nazi criminals. House, contains the humorous
tached to a veil of ivory silk
In urging that Interpol dif- Works of some of America's' best
illusion. She carried a bouquet ferentiate between political known writers.
of phdelenopsis.
crimes and acts of genocide
Included in the collection is
Mrs. Laurence Wasser, sister- such as perpetrated by the Nazis an excerpt from "The Educa-
in-law of the bride, was matron against the Jews, Maslow cited tion of H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P-
of honor. Diane Samuels, sister a State Department memoran- L*A*N" by Leonard Q. Ross,
of the bridegroom, was maid of dum to the U. S. Supreme Court under the title "Mr. Kaplan
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. during the extradition proceed- and Shakespeare."
Belden Carroll, sister of the ings brought against Andrija
Hart Day Leavitt, editor of
bridegroom; Roberta Klegon and Artukovic, former Minister of
the Interior in the puppet "The Comic Looking Glass," has
Peggy Ann Gordon.
selections from the works
Best man was Laurence Was- Croatian government e s t a b- taken
James Thurber, Cornelia Otis
ser. Ushers were Louis Spitzer, lished by Hitler. In the memo- of
Belden Carroll, Leonard Frish- randum, the State Department Skinner, Joseph Wechsberg,
expressed the view "that the George and Helen Papashvily,
man and Larry Wasser.
offense of murder, even though Robert Benchley, 0. Henry,
The newlyweds honeymooned committed
or predom- Henry A. Shute, Ruth McKen-
at the Concord and are now re- inantly with solely
to de- ney, Sally Benson, Saki, H. • F.
siding at Votrebeck Ct.
stroy, in whole or in part, a Ellis, S. J. Perelman, Stephen
national, ethnical or religious Leacock, Ring Lardner, Nathan-
Rev. Forsberg Tells
group, is none the- less murder iel Hawthorne, H. C. Bunner,
within the meaning of the Ex- Aesop, Sylvia Townsend War-
Local Hadassah of
tradition Treaty here involved ner, William March, H. L. Chace,
(U.S.-Serbian) and is not there- Josh Billings, Arthur Kober,
Fears in Middle East by
rendered an offense of a Munro Leaf, Frank' Sullivan, W.
Rev. Nancy Elizabeth Fors-
C. Sellar, R. J. Yeatman, Eric
berg of the Congregational
Knight and Frank R. Stockton.
Christian Ministry last Wednes- Bnai Brith Council
"Boggains in the Bronx" by
day told Detroit Chapter of
Kober is a story with special
Hadassah members of her ex- Holds 17th Annual
merit about an immigrant fam-
periences as a
member of a
Many of the tales narrated
Ben Z. Nudelman, a promi-
study tour
nent Chicago attorney and as- here already have retained a
through Is-
sistant corporation counsel for measure of permanency in
the City of Chicago, will be the American literature.
guest speaker
The eminence of the listed
Her address,
at the 17th
authors speaks volumes for this
entitled "Peo-
Annual Semi-
collection, which includes pathos
p 1 e of the
mingled with humor, farce and
Present, With
of the Metro-
fantasy combined with facts.
A Past—What
politan Detroit
• * *
Future?" cen-
Bnai Brith
tered on the Rev. Forsberg Council 8 a.m.
"The Comic Looking Glass"
fears and tensions in the Middle Sunday at the
has a special appeal for young
H e n r o s e
Rev. Forsberg, minister, so- Hotel.
Another exceptionally fine
cial worker and teacher, is ex-
children's book, issued by Look-
Nudelm a n
ecutive secretary of the New is a past-presi-
ing Glass Library and Random
Jersey Chapter of American dent of Jack-
House, published by Epstein &
Christian Palestine Committee. son Park Bnai
Carroll, is "The Phantom Toll-
booth," by Norton -Juster, ably
Wednesday's event, in cele- Brith Lodge, a
and attractively illustrated by
bration of Hadassah's golden past-president
Jules Feiffer.
anniversary, also launched the of the Greater • Nudelman
organization's Honor Roll Cam- Chicago Bnai Brith Council, a
"The Phantom Tollbooth" is
past member of the District a fantasy about a youngster who
Board of Governors, and is did not know what to do with
himself. The resultant adven-
Good News for Patient now third. vice-president.
Over 500 local lodge chair- tures schemed by the author are
Is Fatal for Doctor
men are expected to participate certain to hold the redder's at-
Yosel, who had a heart condi; in the 17 Workshops. All Bnai tention. It is a book full of en-
tion, always bought the sweep- Brith members are invited to ticing characters.
stakes, but never won. One morn- attend the breakfast at 9 a.m.
The book's cast of characters,
ing when Yosel went to work, and the workshops which will its plot, its elements of good
his wife received a telegram follow.
humor, its adventurous activi-
reading that Yosel won the big
ties, make excellent reading and
pot ($100,000). She knew not to Hold Formal Opening provide wholesome entertain-
tell her husband because he
ment for young readers.
could die from excitement, so she for 'Civic Center Motel
called the doctor. The doctor said,
Mayor Louis C. Miriani will of-
"Tell him that I want to see him ficiate from 4-7 p.m. Sept. 21 at Club Two, LZOA, Meet
for a check-up and I will let him the formal opening of the Civic
Club Two of the Labor Zionist
know slowly but surely." The Center Motel, 111 E. Lamed, Organization will hold its first
next day, Yosel went to the doc- across from the City-County Bldg. meeting of the season 8:30 p.m.
tor. The doctor checked him and
The motel is the second private Sunday at the home of Mr. and
asked him what he would do if redevelopment project in the Mrs. Harry Mondry, 22902 S.
he won the sweepstakes. Yosel civic center. Its owners are Her- Bellwood, Southfield.
answered disgustingly, "I would bert Charfoos, Irving Topper,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kutnick
give you half," so the doctor David Shubow, Irwin Buchalter will report on their recent trip to
fainted and died.
and . Morris Brenner.

Detroit Socialites will hold
their annual Yom Kippur Night
Dance 9 p.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Beth Abraham, featuring Sam
Emmer and his orchestra.
The organization, for single
men and women over 30 years
of age, invites the public to at-
tend. For information, call LI

Twenty - nine major concert
performances were presented last
ear by the University of Michi-
g. Musical Society.

Lots of Humor in
2 Looking Glass
Library Volumes


Detroit Socialites Hold
Yom Kippur Dance

and His Orchestra

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For Afternoon Parties

rris Stalrit
of Monica Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Bena, to A
of Mr.
e bride-
t is
iance is
State Univ
ho Pi
nal phar-
1 y. A June wed-
ding is planned.

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