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June 20, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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32 Fricitiy, June 20, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Mediation Service Expands

The Detroit Jewish Com-
m inity Council announced
ti,r expansion of its media-
and arbitration service.
This institution is based on
the traditional Jewish court
of law (Bet Din).
According to chairman
David Lebenbom, "the pur-
pose of the mediation and
arbitration service is to help
resolve disputes and differ-
ences between parties
within the confines of the
Jewish communal family."

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Accident Victim Earns Degree

People Make News

About 25 community
leaders have agreed to serve
as mediators. The mediation
BETTY LEVI of Berkley
and arbitration service com-
mittee reviews all cases to High School was awarded a
$100 scholarship from the
determine whether they fall scholarship committee of
within its purview. Cases in- her school. Three similar
volving religious law and presentations were made to
domestic relations are not Oak Park area students.
considered by this body.
* * *
Mrs. Seymour Rowe and
Financier
philan-
David Tanzman are asso- thropist SAM and
M. COHO-
ciate chairpersons.
DAS of Ishpeming has been
Persons wishing to make honored by Northern Michi-
use of the service must fill gan University with the
out a simple application naming of its administra-
form and pay a small fee. If tion center for him.
* * *
the service is unable to han-
ROBERT S. PASICK,
dle the case or bring the par-
ties together, the fee will be son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
returned. For information, Pasick of Nine Mile Rd..
call the mediation and arbi- Southfield, was graduated
from Harvard University
tration service, 962-1880.

At Fully Air Conditioned
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with a PhD degree in clini-
cal psychology.
* * *

J. HOWARD NUDELL

of Southfield received his
architectural registration
certificate during a recent
reception given by the De-
troit Chapter of the Ameri-
can Institute of Architects.
* * *

KENNETH STUART
WOLLNER, former Detro-

HAIFA — A year after
Victor Florian emigrated to
Israel from Romania with
his family he was crippled
for life when his head struck
a rock while diving into the
sea.
Paralyzed for life in all
four limbs, and blind, the
young man decided to go on
with his studies, and has
just received his master of
arts degree in psychology
from Bar-Ilan University.
The Haifa police depart-
ment has transported him
to and from high school and
college each day with a spe-
cially modified police car to
handle his wheelchair.

Several Detroiters helped
sponsor the young man in-
cluding Goldie Adler, Louis
Berry, Irwin Cohn, Max
Fisher, Irwin Green, Joe
Jackier, Ann Parzin, Ger-
trude and Tubie Resnik and
Lil and Dr. Myer Teitel-
baum.

Florian is now a teaching
assistant at Bar-Ilan, and
hopes to earn a study grant
in the U.S. to continue his
psychology studies.

iter of Woburn, Mass., was
graduated cum laude from
Wayne State University
Law School.
* * *
RICHARD NETTER of
New York, who in 1963 or- • Florian has done all of
ganized the "Thanks to
his work through memory,
Scandinavia" foundation in
since he is still paralyzed
commemoration of the res-
and his sight has only
cue of the Danish Jewish in
slightly improved. But his
October 1943, was named
handicap did not prevent
Knight of the Order of Dan-
him from finishing high
nebrog (the Danish flag) "in
school and college, and he
appreciation of Mr. Netter's
earned his master's degree
exceptional services to Den-
with a perfect score.
mark."

Book Details
Capture of
Eichmann

"The House on Garibaldi
Street" (Viking Press) is the
first full account of the cap-
ture of Adolf Eichmann, the
Nazi leader who supervised
the "final solution to the
Jewish problem," told by
Isser Harel, who as head of
Israel's secret service di-
rected every step of the op-
eration.
For 15 years after Eich-
mann was captured and
brought to Israel to stand
trial for his crimes, vital
questions remained unan-
swered: How had the Israe-
lis found this mass mur-
derer who had vanished so
completely that many pre-
sumed him dead? How had
they abducted a man who
had vowed to commit sui-
cide if he was ever appre-
hended? How had they ac-
complished their mission?
In "The House on Gari-
baldi Street," Harel meticu-
lously reconstructs Opera-
tion Eichmann from the
first tentative identification
of Eichmann (made by a
blind man) to the final
flight from Buenos Aires to
Israel.

As frustrations, delays
and unexpected mishaps
upset the Israelis' care-
fully laid plans, the
"heroes" of Operation
Eichmann are revealed in
their most human aspects:
their vulnerability to fear
and despair; their loathing
for their prisoner; their
memories of their own ex-
periences with Nazi hor-
rors.

Their ultimate exultation
at the success of their mis-
sion is an experience that
every reader cannot help but
share.

Peace Committee
Honors Arafat

COPENHAGEN (JTA) —
The Moscow-oriented World
Peace Committee awarded
PLO leader Yasir Arafat the
Gold Medal for Peace, in the
name of Julian Cusieser.

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