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March 30, 1979 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-30

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Friday, March 30, s 9/9 1 45

THE DETROII JEWIRIfNEWS

Canadian Artist
Exhibits Works

Arwin Galleries will fea-
ture an exhibition of ac-
rylics and watercolors by
Canadian artist, Ray Cat-
tell, April 7-27 at the gal-
lery, 222 Grand River W.,
Detroit. The exhibition will
open with a champagne re-
ception 2-5 p.m. April 7.
Gallery hours are 10
a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily.

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Sunday at the Soinerset
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charge.

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rorist organization, claimed
credit for the kidnapping at
the time. On March 21, an
anonymous telephone caller
told the media in Sal Sal-
vador that unless FARN's
demands were met, Liebes,
two British bankers and a
Japanese businessman
would be killed.
Five hours after that ul-
timatum, another tele-
phone call directed police
and the media to the spot
where Liebes' body was
found with a bullet wound
under his chin, another in
his chest and a blue sweater
pulled over his head. The
whereabouts of the two Bri-
tons and the Japanese who
were kidnapped before
Liebes was seized, are not
known.
Information pieced to-
gether from queries at
the State Department, the
Israeli Embassy and the
Embassy of El Salvador
here ; indicated that
FARN has been respon-
sible for several kidnap-

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Ernesto Liebes, Israel's
honorary consul in the Cen-
tral American Republic of
El Salvador, was found dead
March 22 with two bullet
wounds, in an abandoned
car in the sparsely popu-
lated Monserat section of
the capital city, San Sal-
vador.
Liebes, 72, a prominent
businessman, was kidnap-
ped Jan. 17 and had not
been heard from since then.
The Armed Forces of Na-
tional Resistance (FARN),
an extreme left-wing ter-

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appearing May 21-26 at the
Masonic Auditorium.
Among the operas to be
performed are: "Don Pas-
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Sills; "Dialogues of the
Carmelites'; "Otello";
"Tosca," featuring Luciano
Pavarotti; "Tannhauser";
"The Bartered Bride" and
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years but the only other
victim killed was a
Japanese businessman
who was found dead last
May 17.
Liebes was a leading cof-
fee exporter and head of a
chain of hardware stores
known as Goldtree, Liebes
& Co. He had served as hon-
orary consul of Israel since
that country's founding in
1948 although Israel now
has an embassy in San Sal-
vador.
The first indications are
that Liebes was not kidnap-
ped because of his affiliation
with Israel but because he
was a man of considerable
wealth. FARN had de-
manded a large ransom for
his release --- $10 million,
according to one uncon-
firmed report.
Its other demands in-
cluded publication of anti-
government manifestos and
the release of political pris-
oners. Reports reaching the
U.S. said FARN believed
the families and employes of
the victims had not com-
plied with their demands.

Boehm Collection at Somerset Mall

Somerset Mall will host
the '1979 collection of
limited editions re-created
by the Edward Marshall
Boehm Studios in commem-
oration of the 31st anniver-
sary of the state of Israel
Sunday at the mall, spon-
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El Salvador's 80 Jewish
families and Nicaragua's
200 Jews still remain in
those countries following
two years' of internal un-
rest.
The AJCommittee said
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out in the violence, but since
Ernesto Liebes' kidnapping
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The American Physicians
Fellowship, Inc., for
Medicine in Israel, an
organization of 8,500 physi-
cians from the U.S. and
Canada, will conduct an Is-
raeli tour and medical
seminar on "Internal
Medicine" Oct. 15-29, 1979.
A total of 16 points in the
AMA Continuing Educa-
tion Program will be
awarded for complete
attendance at the scientific,
sessions.
Qualified participants
from universities or medical
centers who would like to
present 15-minute papers
are urged to send one-page
summaries to the chairman,
Dr. Gilbert Gordan, Uni- •
versity of California School
of Medicine, San Francisco,
Calif. 94143.
A comprehensive tour of
Israel complements the
seminar. For information,
write American Physicians
Fellowship, 2001 Beacon
St., Brookline,-Mass. 02146.

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store. A total of 17 limited
edition sculptural porce-
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