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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-03

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38 October 3, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Couple Marks 50th Anniversary

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Kepes of Ludlow Ave., Oak
Park, were honored recently
at a party given by their
children in honor of their
50th wedding anniversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. I. Gerald Kepes
and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
M. Kepes. Their grandchil-
dren also participated.
Mr. Kepes and his wife,
the former Celia Klein, met,
married and have lived in
the Detroit area for more
than 50 years.

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she is a board member. Her
husband was active for
many years with the Lapeer
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through his efforts many
improvements were made at
the hospital. They have been
affiliated with Adat Shalom
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According to Anderson,
Kirschbaum was accused
by the Prague Jewish
Community Council of
sending Slovakian Jews to
Auschwitz and other death
camps during World War
II. Anderson said he also

son's staff in Washington,
the Anti-Defamation
League and Canadian
groups about Kirschbaum's
Sklenar charged that for- background. No decision
mer Nazi collaborators, in- had been made at that time
cluding Kirschbaum, are about his appearance as
infiltrating various organi- moderator of one of 15 pan-
zations by hiding their Nazi els.
past.
He added in a letter to the
university, "Mr. Kirsch-
baum's presence at the Uni-
agne Tollen
versity of Detroit would be
an insult to the many Slo-
vak-Americans who are our
PlangralAU
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A university spokesman
Wednesday said the U of D
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The Michigan representa-
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National Council of Amer-
ica has asked the University
of Detroit to cancel the par-
ticipation of an alleged Nazi
at a symposium today and
Saturday on "Nationalism
in the USSR and Eastern
Europe."
The group has asked that
the appearance of Joseph M.
Kirschbaum of Toronto as
chairman of a session on
Slovakia be cancelled.
Jan B. Sklenar of Ann Ar-
bor, a member of CNCA's
executive committee, cited a
newspaper article by Wash-
ington columnist Jack An-
derson and other informa-
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Open Every Evening

The Jewish National
Fund will hold its annual
election meeting 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center.
Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of The Jewish
News, will speak on
"Today's Significant Events
and Their Effect Upon
JNF's Current Situation."
The JNF film, "From Ev-
ery Mountainside," will be
shown. A complete slate of
officers will be elected, and
refreshments will be served.



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