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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-29

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THE DETROIT - JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, August 29, 1975

Israel Consul Refutes POW
Abuse Charges in Newspaper

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A recent feature on tor-
ture appearing on the edito-
rial page of the Detroit Free
Press stated that Israel was
guilty of phy=sically tortur-
ing its political prisoners,
especially Arabs, and that
the Jewish state refused to
allow international inquiry
into the matter.
However, in an update
Monday, the Free Press
stated that the information
it previously reprinted was
from a 1973 edition of Am-
nesty International's
"Report on Torture," and
since then Israel had com-
pletely cooperated with an
investigation into its treat-
ment of POWs, and that
military officers guilty of
brutality were dismissed,
indicted and tried by Israel.
The feature, "The Night-
mare World of Political De-

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tention and Torture," in-
•luded information obtained
from Amnesty Interna-
tional, a London-based
agency which is involved in
international human rights
problems.
The Jewish News,
meanwhile, received two
letters reprinted by the
Consulate General of Is-
rael in Chicago, Yaakov
Keinan, which refuted the
accusations against Is-
rael.
Dr. L. Bitinger, a physi-
cian who has studied vic-
tims of persecution and tor-
ture, scored AI for
misinforming, the public on
the conditions of POWs in
Syria and Israel.
He criticized an Amnesty
International newsletter
whose headline apparently
charged Israel with brutal-
ity while not mentioning the
Syrian torture of its prison-
(1-s.

Friends and relatives
fil) several outsULte com-
munities gathered Sunday
noon to honor Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Pritz on their 50th
wedding anniversary.
The couple were married
in
Detroit. Mr. Pritz, a na-
:
t lye
N'y\\*110- 1‘1. Ky. , lived a
short \011ie in Cincinnati,
and was brought to Detroit
as a child in 1919. Mrs.
Pritz, the former Anna Slo-
movitz, a native of Russia,
was brought to this country
as a.•hild Nvith her family in
1918.
For a number of years
Mr. and Mrs. Pritz were
among the most active
leaders of the Michigan
Home Society, he as presi-
dent and she as secretary.
Mr. Pritz, in the bread
distribution business among
leading restaurants and del-
icatessens here. operated
under the firm name of Zion
Bakery.
Both are avid and nearly
daily participants in the
Jewish Community Center
Health Club Program.
Their other interests in-
clude participation in the
CRITERION CLUB will
Association for Welfare of
leave today for Toronto . Soldiers in Israel, Down-
where members will cele- town Synagogue, Jewish
brate the Labor Day week- National Fund, Zionist Or-
end at the Canadian Na- ganization of America and
tional Exhibition and the Leukemia Foundation.
International Air Show Mrs. Pritz is active in Cong.
with local sight-seeing, the Beth Moses' sisterhood, and
waterfront sports of Mr. Pritz was an active
"Aquarama '75," and danc- member of the Jewish Bak-
ing- at Labatt's Pavillion. ery Driver's Union Local 51
First in the new series of for 42 years.
Criterion "open houses" will
The couple have four
be held 7:30 p.m. Wednes- daughters, Mrs. Philip
day at the Bonanza Sirloin (Diane) Kaplan, Mrs. Jer-
Pit in Southfield. The Soviet ome (Ilene) Dunn, Mrs.
Union, Europe, and the Mid- Frank (Carolyn) Leider-
dle East will be the subjects man and Mrs. Julius
of a panel discussion by re- (Marlene) Feld; and 13
turning travelers Louha grandchildren.
Lupiloff. Ruth Traison,
Out-of-to•n guests in-
Alan Mittelman and Gertie cluded Mr. and Mrs. S. Paul
Neuburger. For informa- Epstein of Bayonne, N.J.:
tion, call Sylvia Bruch, Dr. Danny Buchalter and
545-1108, or Betty-Wein- son of Connecticut, Mr. and
berg, 559-5175.
Mrs. Abe Goldberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Goldberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Goldberg, Mr.
WSU Fraternity
and Mrs. Rubin Slovin, Mr.
to Have Reunion
and Mrs. Hyman Graff and
The alumni of Gamma
Kappa Chi Fraternity of
Wayne State University will
hold a reunion party 8:30•
p.m. Oct. 25 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Jennifer Eva Hessel and
Barry Charles Mendel-
The fraternity is seeking
sohn were married in a re-
the location of members.
cent ceremony at the bride's
For information, call Floyd
home. Rabbi M. Robert
Bornstein, 474-8136, or Iry
Syme of Temple Israel offi-
Collens,,545-5791.
ciated. The bride is the
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Hessel of Concord
21° Ave., Huntington Woods.
Parents of the bridegroom
are
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Si* Mendelsohn
of Nadine Ave.,
Si* Huntington Woods. The
bride is a graduate of the
school of education at East-
1 1* ern Michigan University.
Her husband is a student at
the University of Michigan
school of pharmacy. The
couple will reside in Ypsi-
lanti.

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