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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-02

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Former Gestapo Chief Barbie Is Released

LIMA (JTA)—Klaus Bar-
bie, the Gestapo "Butcher of
Lyons" has been released
from jail in La Paz after the
Bolivian Supreme Court
ruled against extradition re-
quests by the French and
Peruvian governments.

Re-Elect

Barbie is wanted in France
to face trial for war crimes
including the murder of a
resistance leader and the de-
portation of Jews during
World War II. He is wanted
in Peru on charges of
smuggling and illegal cur-

...

IRWIN S.

COUNCILMAN

Oak Park

November 6th

Pd. Pol. Adv .

RETAIN
DONALD I%

nucAssi

If a man takes in his hands
a number of reeds bound to-
gether, can he break them?
w:ag
Only if they are separated,
MISS BARBARA SLUSKY
each from the other, can
they be broken. — Midrash
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Slusky
Tanhuma Nitzabim.
of Gloucester Ave. announce
the engagement of their
daughter Barbara Ellen to
RE-ELECT COUNCILMAN
Stanley M. Bershad, son of
Mrs. Esther Trager of Rose-
wood Ave., Oak Park, and
the late Mr. Moe Bershad.
Miss Slusky was graduated
OAK PARK
from Wayne State University
with a degree in elementary
education. Her finance at-
tended the University of
Michigan and earned his law
degree at the Detroit College
of Law.
A December wedding is
planned.

SHAYNE

Trepper May Leave
Today for London

LEADING CITIZENS ASK YOU

TO ADD YOUR VOTE TO THEIRS

NOV. 6th, TO RETAIN DONALD F. FRACASSI

FOR MAYOR

Cantor and Mrs. Hyman J. Adler

Israel and Lillian Kaner

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Linn

Mr. and Mrs. Haskell M. Adler

Mr. Louis Ferzacca

Mrs. Marge Mangold

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Adler

Mr. Joseph Fetter,

Mr. Russell J. Martin

Mr. Del Anderson

Mr. Bill Fineman

Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDonald

Dr. Marvin Arenevitz

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Fliss

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGann

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Avedisian

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fodale

Mr. and Mrs. Bob McGlinchey

Mr. and Mrs. D. Bachaiov

Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Foster

Mr. Irvin Meck ler

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bannasch

Jack and Lenore Freed
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Freedman

Mr. and Mrs. John Mellen

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bater
Mrs. Aida Baxter

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Freeman

Mr. G. Douglas Merigan

Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Fuller

Mrs. Mary Becker

Mr. and Mrs. Noel Gage
Mr. Arnold Garvin

Mr. David Molitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Newman

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berman

Mr. Joseph Bender

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney E. Gartenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Niedermann

Mr. Mike Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gaut

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Patrick O'Brian

Mr. Jack Beras

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond I. Geis

Miss Christy Osborn

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berggruen

Vicki and Raymond Goldbaum

Mr. and Mrs. Morten Partovich

Mr. Samuel Bernstein

Mr. Sol Goldberg

Dr. Irwin and Marjorie Pavorsky

Mr. and Mrs. James Berwick

Mr. Bruce Randell

Dr. Lawrence Berkewer

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
Helene and Bernard Gottfried

Mr. Marvin Berlin

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Groden

Mr. Mark Reizen

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blackman

Mrs. Marcelline Gross

Mr. Gary R. Rentrop

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood

Mr. Harry Grossman

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Robiner

Mrs. Evelyn Bone

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gunn

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roller

Mr. Vaughn Bonino

Dr. Martin Gyer

Dr. and Mrs. Michael Rolnick

Mr. and Mrs. William Booth

Mr. and Mrs. George Halleman

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rose

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. James Hanna

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ross

Mr. Al Brown

Mrs. Betty Harrington

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rupp

Dr. Richard Brown

Dr. and Mrs. Leon Herschfus

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell

Mr. William Bruheff

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hertz

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Saidman

Mrs. David Burnstein

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Rafeal Savinini

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Campbell

Mr. and Mrs. J. Noose

Dr. and Mrs. Martin Selik

Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell

Mr. Earl Hordes

Mr. and Mrs. David Shafer

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Housman

Mr. Donald G. Schiff

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chaims

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Humphrey

Dr. Herschel Schlussel

Mr. Elliot Charlip

Dr. and Mrs. Rikuma lte

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Schlussel

Mr. Chris Christiansen

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jarvis

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Clausen

Mrs. Laurene Jenkins

Mr. Abe Selesnay

Jean and Bob Coffey
Mr. and Mrs. Art Cohen

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jacob

Mr. Don Johnson

Sandy and Bob Singer
Mr. and Mrs. Norten Slatkin

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kaner

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith

Mr. Albert Conn

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Karbal

Mr. and Mrs. Sherwin Sokolov

Mr. Norman Conn

Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Solomon

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Barr

Mr. and Mrs. John Menzel

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Newman, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ravid

Mi

. .Mrs. Harold Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Katz
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kearfott

NA,

,:ooperman

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Keier

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stein

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Curcio

Mr. David Kirsch

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Steinacker

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dakesian

Mrs. Helen Klau

Mr. Henry Stevens

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daniels

Mr. Joseph K. Knollenberg

Dr. and Mrs. Harold Stocker

Mr. and Mrs. Dominic De Bonis

Mrs. Florence Kohl

Mr. Harold K. Taber

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deutsch

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Konjarevich

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Talk in

Mr. and Mrs. James Devine

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kopach

Mr. Jerry Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Driessnack

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Krafsur

Mr. Larry Thomas

Mr. Lawrence Dubin

Mr. Sheldon Krause

Mr. Mike Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duncan

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Krieger

Capt. Joseph Tranchicla

Mr. George Dupas

Miss Boots La Hood

Mr. Stanley Treasure

Mr. Clarence Durbin

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Langvvald

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vibert

Mr. Gary Elias
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eppich

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lello

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wahlsten

Dr. and Mrs. Angelo Lenzi

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weinstein

Mr. and Mrs. Vic Evans

Joe and Kathy Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Lou Weinstein

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fallen

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lieberman

Mr. arid Mrs. Milton Weinstein

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fanes

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Liefer

Dr. Howard R. Weissman

Mr. Paul M. Faulkner

Mr. and Mrs. Jules Lightstein

Mr. and Mrs. James A. White

Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Feldman

Mr. Larry Lopatin

Mr. A J. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Feldman

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lover

Dr. and Mrs. Pinu Wiser

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Fenkell

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Loewenstein

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright

Mr. and Mrs. James Sparkman

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zekind
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zuppke
Mr. Seymour Mandell
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fernane
Paid for by Citizens to retain Donald F. Fracassi for Mayor

Mr. and Mrs. Art Mandell

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 2, 1973-.43

activities in Society

Strength in Unity

COHEN

1

rency transactions.
The former Gestapo chief
in Lyons has been living in
Bolivia for the past 30 years
under the name of Klaus
Altmann. He is a prosperous
businessman well connected
in Bolivian circles but was
jailed eight months ago
pending the outcome of the
extradition requests. The
court ruled against extradi-
tion to France because it has
no extradition treaty with
Bolivia.

Barbara E. Slusky
to Wed Mr. Bershad

COPENHAGEN (JTA) —
Former Soviet master spy
chief Leopold Trepper, whom
Polish authorities recently
granted permission to leave
Poland, told the JTA he
would be leaving for London
today or Saturday for a leg
operation.
He said his doctors found
him "too ill" to stop here to
see one of his sons. The fam-
ily reunion will, therefore,
take place in London.
Trepper's wife, Luba, who
is still in the U. S., is due
to visit her youngest son in
Canada before joining her
husband.

Detroiters attending the 23rd national biennial conven-
tion of Pioneer Women at the Concord Hotel in New York
included Alice Ross, council president; Goldie Wasserman,
arrangements chairman; Helen Ginsberg, Leah Koven,
Yetta Weinberg, Ida Bailey, Iliene Windelman, Esther
Kaber, Isabel Slutsky, Frances Shayne, Clara Marks, Ethel
Epel, Helen Tukel, Adell Ozrovitz, Mazie Brown, Miriam
Bortman, Chana Michlin, Sarah Levin, Rebecca Goldberg,
Lillian Lublin, Beatrice Newmark, Anne Greenberg, Adele
Mondry and Blanche Tuchman. Plans for the Pioneer
Women 1973 convention-conclave in Israel which was to
be held Tuesday through Nov. 15 were postponed.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burg of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park,
were honored by family and friends at a luncheon at the
Kings Arms restaurant on the occasion of their 50th wed-
ding anniversary. The party was given by their children
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Duke, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Burg, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Glass, and their 10 grandchildren. Out-of-
town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Glass and David, of
Van Nuys, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bussey of Los Ange-
les; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lazer,
Mrs. Faye Glass and Mr. Roy Lazer of Paterson, N.J.; Mrs.
Sara Tanzer of Toronto and Mr. Frank Geller of Windsor.

Out-of-town guests attending the 50th wedding anni-
versary party for Mr. and Mrs. Morris Katz of Biltmore
Ave. included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Finkelstein of Toledo,
Mrs. Shirley Birnebach and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Beller
of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bushman of Cleve-
land, Mrs. Ted Steinert and Miss Toby Bresler of Arling-
ton Heights, Ill.
Michigan Department President Ann Rubin will attend
the national executive committee meeting of the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiuiary Nov. 1-4 in Washington. She will be
accompanied by Rosalyn Liner and Sarah Nemon. Shirlee
Iden, a national officer, wil then leave for an extended
tour through Israel. She will visit Tel Hashomer Hospital.
For information, call the JWVA office, 559- 5680.

Feminist Gives Medal to Pope Paul

Betty Friedan, feminist
author, presented Pope Paul
VI with a women's libera-
tion cross at a recent five-
minute audience with the
Pope. In return, she received
a bronze Vatican emblem.
When giving the medallion
to the pontiff she said, "I
give you this gift in the hopes
that the Catholic Church will
come to a profound new
theology with regard to wom-
en, with the hopes that the
Judeo - Christian tradition

which in the past has held
women back will come to
new terms with womanhood."

ABILITIES UNLIMITED,
a group that raises funds to
benefit muscular sclerosis
victims, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Southfield
Recreation Center. Mrs. June
Shada, lecturer and commu-
nications instructor, w i 11
speak on "Maturity." Re-
freshments will be served,
and the public is invited. For
information, call Mrs. Stew-
art Newman, 557-5289.

COOPER

SOUTHFIELD COUNCIL

We know Steve Cooper through his active concern
and involvement in the community.

Steve serves as;

Jewish Welfare Federation, Board of Directors,
Jr. Div.
Jewish Community Council, Delegate
Tau Epsilon Rho Legal Fraternity, Board
Allied Jewish Campaign, Area Chairman
Southfield Bar Association
Southfield Jaycees
Attorney-at-Law

This advertisement has been paid for by a lot of people who want Steve Cooper on
the Southfield City Council, including: (partial list)

Jack Abella
Ernest E. Adler
Sheldon Adler
Norman Allan
Michael K. Anspach
Robert D. Anspach
Mr. & Mrs. Herman A. August
Iry & Sally August
Ira & Marcia Auslander
Leon & Marilyn Bello
Louis & Anne Berent
Dr. & Mrs. Louis &crash
Mn. Goldie Cohen
Shirley Cramer
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Joseph Findlin
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Irving & Dorothy Gordon
Harry S. Berman
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Samuel I. Bernstein
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Harry & Penny Brode
Arthur J. Cole

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Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. Conn
Mr. & Mrs. Norman E. Conn
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Mollie Cooper
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Mirian Corif
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Phyllis Kowal
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Dianne & Allen Kraft
R. Lieberman
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Twyckingham Civic Association

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