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August 26, 1983 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

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Friday, August 26, 1983 15


Report Incomplete

(Continued from Page 14)
that freed Barbie. Neagoy
went directly from the CIC
to the CIA not too long after
accompanying Barbie to
Barbie clearly was part
of an elaborate organiza-
tion of these remnant fas-
cist elements to be used in
the Cold War against the
Soviet Union and Eastern
Europe. By 1947 the CIC
was freeing such ele-
ments as a subsidiary op-
eration into the so-called
Gehlen Organization. Its
chief was the former Nazi
intelligence director of
Eastern Front sections,
Gen. Reinhard.
By 1948, the Gehlen Org,
as it was known, was fi-
nanced, operated and con-

trolled by the CIA. Thus, by
that date Barbie might well
have been part of that in-
telligence strategy. But
nowhere in the Ryan report
is there a suggestion of this
vital CIA connection.
Instead, the report states
that the CIC and, by impli-
cation, other agencies were
concerned "almost exclu-
sively" with Barbie's
"knowledge of post-war ac-
tivities of ex-SS officers."
The report neglects to de-
termine what activities, but
the documents themselves
show what he was doling in
large part. And it had to in-
clude the CIA in the view of
the complex history and re-
lationship between U.S. in-
telligence agencies and

Students Ask Reagan OK
on' Recognition of Jerusalem

bi-partisan group of student
political leaders from across
the country has returned
from a-two-week visit to Is-
rael and has called upon the
Reagan Administration to
recognize Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel.
A joint statement issued
by the five Democrats and
five Republicans also ex-
pressed the group's "desire
to strengthen the alliance"
between the United States
and Israel.
The trip was intended to
"sensitize American leaders
to the political situation,
the economic concerns and
the social problems" in Is-
rael, according to Shabsa
Lis, mission coordinator
and a representative of the
North American Jewish
Students' Network, which
sponsored the trip. It was
described as a "complete
success" and a "thoroughly
enjoyable experience" by
the participants, in a press
conference held last week.
While in Israel, the
group met with President
Chaim Herzog, former
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin, Labor Party
leader Shimon Peres,
Parliamentary host Dror
Zeigerman, Bethlehem
Mayor Elias Freij, and Is-
raeli student leaders.
They also had a 45-

minute session with
Premier Menahem Begin.
What seemed to impress a
number of the students
most, however, were the or-
dinary citizens they
encountered. "It is an alive
and vibrant country," said
Tony Sanselone, a Demo-
crat from Ohio who is na-
tional finance director for
the College Democrats.
Because of their first-
hand experience, the stu-
dents felt "a sense of
urgency to comment on our
observations," said San-
selone. But the diversity of
their own individual obser-
vations and suggestions
seemed to reinforce their
own assessment of the com-
plexity of the situation And
echo the current spectrum
of opinion among their el-
The students seemed to
have enjoyed the ,.non-
political side of their visit,
as well. Rebecca Redd, Re-
publican from Florida and
assistant national program
director of the College Re-
publicans, was particularly
impressed with the Western
Wall and its symbolization
of the "commitment and
tikva (hope)" of the Jewish
The tip was also funded
by the Student Division of
the World Zionist Organiza-

BB Women in Canada
Join Anti-Porno Effort


(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

The Canadian organiza-
tion of Bnai Brith Women
(BBW) has formally joined
in an ongoing campaign to
combat pornography in
The delegates passed a
resolution which declared
that the BBW urged provin-
cial attorneys-general and
the attorney general of
Canada "to strengthen the
law against obscenity, to
control the public distribu-
tion of hard-core pornog-
raphic material detailing in
lurid detail the violent de-
gredation of women, chil-
dren and men — and lead-
ing to the brutalization of
those who see it and those

who become the victim."
BBW Executive Director
Selma Sage said that Cana-
dian censorship laws apply
only to films shown in pub-
lic and that what worries
BBW is that young children
can enter a local video re-
ntal store and rent any
number of violent sex films
which have never been
examined by a censorship
As part of a public educa-
tion effort, BBW plans to
show the film "Not a Love
Story," along with commen-
tary by a psychiatrist or a
social worker. To provide
balance, Sage said Bnai
Brith Women will organize
a discussion panel present-
ing various views.



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Mr. & Mrs. Philip Slomovitz
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Zuckerman
Honorary Chairpersons

Mr. Leonard Herman

Dr. Lester Zeff
Mr. Max Sosin


Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman
Women's Committee Chairperson

Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib
Mrs. I. Walter Silver
Mrs. Norma T. Hudosh
Mrs. Alan Feldman
Women's Committee Co-Chairpersons

Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Brand
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Herman
Mr. & Mrs. David Hermelin
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Laker
Dr. Sidney Z. Leib
Mr. & Mrs. Max Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Silverman
Mr. & Mrs. Joel Wisper
Kfar Silver Scholarship Chairpersons

Mr. & Mrs. Walter L. Field
Judge Ira G. Kaufman
Dr. & Mrs. Bernard Wilson
Dr. I. Walter Silver
Golden Sponsor Chairpersons

Mrs. Helen Atler
Mrs. Sanford Bennett
Dr. & Mrs. Joel I. Hamburger
Sponsor Chairpersons

Dr. & Mrs. Alex Friedlaender
Dr. & Mrs. Sidney Friedlaender
Dr. & Mrs. Louis Kazdan
Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Shapiro
Patron Chairpersons



Brilliant, young Israeli Piano Virtuoso

International Folk Singer
and Recording Star

"... He can dazzle with the sheer brilliance of
his finger dexterity" N.Y. Times

"... a display of brilliant virtuosity
..." Jerusalem Post

"... rarely does one hear a pianist with such
an assured and scintillating technique ..."
San Francisco Chronicle

"... Anyone who knows Fay Nicoll is drawn to
her warm personality and effervescent
style ..." The Jewish Press

"Fay Nicoll really got the audience involved.
Her Yiddish Theatre medley captivated the
crowd" Journal, tong Beach, N.Y.

Mrs. Richard B. Kramer
Mr. & Mrs. Ruben H. Isaacs
Mr. & Mrs. Percy Kaplan
Publicity Chairpersons

Mrs. Florence Greenberg
Mr. Seymour Rabotnick
Seating Chairpersons

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bass
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Ring
Communications Chairpersons

Dr. & Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib
Kick-Off Committee Chairpersons


Seven Superb vocalists,
Joe Baris, Director

Mrs. Norma T. Hudosh
Financial Secretary

"... this outfit is one of the most unique and
entertaining I have ever seen ..." Variety

Mrs. Barbara Rabotnick
Celebration Secretary

Mr. & Mrs. Norman Allan
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Baruch
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Burke
Mr. Julian M. Cohen
Dr. & Mrs. Joel Dreyer
Dr. Alan Feldman
Rabbi Leon Fram
Mr. & Mrs. Menachem Glaser
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Hack
Dr. & Mrs. Maxwell M. Hoffman
Mr. & Mrs. Sheridan Holtzman
Mr. & Mrs. Hugo Iczkovitz
Mr. & Mrs. Morris M. Jacobs
Mrs. Pauline B. Klein
Mr. & Mrs. Ezekiel Leikin
Mrs. Sol Lifsitz
Dr. & Mrs. Theodore Mandell
Dr. & Mrs. Harold A. Maxmen
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Panush
Mr. & Mrs. Herzl Shur
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Silverman
Mr. & Mrs. Isadore Silverman
Mr. & Mrs. Carmi Slomovitz
Judge Michael L. Stacey
Rabbi Robert Syme
Mr. & Mrs. Sherwin Tukel
Drs. Leon and Diana Warshay
*Committee In Formation

"... Sensational singers, spectacular
showmen ..." Steve Allen

.. the group consists of seven male voices
blended in a quality of ensemble singing that
is nothing short of spectacular ..."
Syracuse Herald Examiner




.. Possessing a powerful voice, Zim also proved an inspiration for an audience
that not only cheered him, but . . . stood for a minute to express enthusiasm
over his remarkable demonstration of an art, in which he has become a
master ..." Philip Slomovitz, Detroit Jewish News

"Zim is a fine lyric, sensitive singer ..." N.Y. Times

'... His consummate artistry and his beautiful voice reach the
heart ..." Jerusalem Post


Singer Extraordinaire . . . The
Jewish Pavarotti . .

SUNDAY, OCT. .30 1 1983 7:30 P.M.



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