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June 06, 1980 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, June 6, 1980

Detroiters From Frankfurt Visit Their. Former Homes

A couple from Livonia
and a Southfield woman
toured their hometown of
Frankfurt, Germany, re-
cently, with a group of
American Jews 'brought to
Germany on behalf of the
Frankfurt government, ac-
cording to a story in the
New York Times. -
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Adler and Mrs. Erna

Leopold, part of a group of
106 Jews, mostly in their
70s and 80s, had been dri-
ven from their homes by the
Nazis- at the onset of World
War II.
Frankfurt Mayor Walter
Wallmann said the invita-
tion was not only a gesture
of reconciliation but also a
statement of appreciation
for the cultural and busi-

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ness accomplishments of. lived and found an art gal-
the 30,000 Jews who lived lery where her house had
June 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
in Frankfurt before the been. Mrs. Adler com-
May 19 — To Mr. and
Nazis. A city council grant mented on the changes in Stanley Lotzoff (Lorraine
Mrs. Elliott Krieger (Bar-
of $120,000 made the jour- the city since her exile: "The Sandubrae) of Oak Park, a bara Hirsch) of Farmington
city was rebuilt without the daughter, Lauren Ilyse.
Hills, a son, Steven Andrew.
ney possible.
* *
Mrs. Adler, like many taste or feeling."
June
1—
To
Mr.
and
Mrs.
in the group, had not
May
14

To
Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs": Leopold, whose
previously returned to son is former Detroit William Almy (former De-
Alan Goldsmith (Rena
Germany because she felt Zionist Federation troiter Jeanette Morger) of Harold) of Farmington
that memories of the per- president G. Vernon Fryeburg, Maine, a son,
Hills, a son, Noah Zev.
secution she faced were Leopold, was upset over Matthew.
* *
*
too strong.
the fact that some of her
May 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
May 30 — To Mr. and
"I remember an SS man traveling companions
Alan Grass (Julie Chafets
Mrs.
Kalman
Green
(former
coming to our house, and I wished to brush the past
Colten), former Detroiter:
told him he'd remember aside. "Never forgive and Detroiter Malkah of Los Angeles,- Calif., a son,
Grossman) of Jerusalem, Is-
what he was doing to us for never forget," she said.
Benjamin Samuel.
rael, a son.
the rest of his life," she said.
Mrs.
Leopold
recalled
"The reason we never came
her husband was also a
March 23 — To Dr. and
May 28 — To former De-
back was that I was against that
winner
of
the
Iron
Cross
as
a
Mrs.
Jay N. Schapira
troiter
Mark
S.
Schneider
running into all these
fighter pilot in World War I. and Mrs. Schneider (Soni (former Detroiter Phyllis J.
people."
She still had difficulty corn=
Adler, who could trace his prehending th e - -fact that Stowe) of Long Beach, Bloom) of Los Angeles,
Calif., a son, Jay Neil, Jr.
Calif., a son, Matthew J?el.
family in Frankfurt back to they were forced to leave a
1530 and who won the Iron country in which they had
May 27 — To Mr. and
Cantor Sidney
Cross for valor fighting for been solid, patriotic citi-
Mrs. Raymond H. Rebeck
the Germans in World War
(Rosalyn Teman of Toledo,
I, said he judged the city zens.
Mrs. Leopold, a member Ohio), 24320 Seneca, Oak
with great reserve.
Certified Mohel
"I feel our reception is a of the Knob Circle ORT, Park, a son, * Aaron.
* *
358-1426 or 357-5544
bit chocolate-coated. I don't seemed uncomfortable in
May 21 — To Dr: and Mrs.
believe all this enthusiasm. her old surroundings. "I
Cantor SAMUEL
Perhaps the people who think that many of them Lawrence Pollak (Tobyann
welcomed us, but the gen- (the Germans) don't like the Sneider) of Farmington
Grant.
eral population, certainly idea that we've been Hills, a son, * Brandon
Certified
* *
brought here. We haven't
not."
seen
the
truth.
Just
a
bit
of
May
19

To
Mr.
and
Mr. and Mrs. Adler went
Serving Homes & Hospitals
Mrs. Steven Kirschner
back to the street where she -show."
3 99-7194 ' 547-7970
(Marilyn Nelson) of Hun-
tington Woods, a son, David
Bradley.
REV. HERSH!.
Ralph Davis is a candi- dent of Oak Park he has also
date for the Oak Park Board served as an officer of the
of Education. He is pre- Clinton PTA, as a delegate Yeshiva Picnic
ler
Certified Mohel
The PTA of Yeshivath
sently serving his second and secretary of the Oak
557-0888
year as president of Pepper Park Council of Community Beth Yehuda and Sally
Organizations, as the in- Allan Alexander Beth
PTA.
In his 13 1/2 years as - a. resi- stitutional representative Jacob School for Girls will
for Cub Scout Pack 1518 have their annual picnic 11
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and has coached teams for a.m. Sunday at Oak Park
THE NAMES YOU
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KNOW
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Department leagues, in-
For information, call
cluding baseball, basketball Larry Singal, 967-3188.
In Home o r Hospital
and soccer.
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557-9 666
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He also served on the Used Book Sale
RAB1
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The Friends of the South-
Board of Education building
and site utilization commis- field Public Library will
RABBI DR. LEO
hold a used book sale June
sion last year.
Davis is the Highland 17 and 18 from 9:30 a.m. to
Park branch manager for 8:30 p.m. in the new South-
Expert Mohel
the Revenue Division of the field Pavilion next to the
Serving Hospitals and Hamel
Michigan Department of Civic Center Library, 26000
547-8555
LI 2-4444
the Treasury. He is a Wayne Evergreen.
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