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October 14, 1983 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Peter Alter to Head ADL Board

Technion Dinner Nears

Reservations are still
being taken for the Detroit
Chapter, American Techn-
ion Society's annual dinner
to be held 7:15 p.m. Nov. 3 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, an-
nounces Dr. Joseph N. Epel,

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

president of the chapter.
Cocktails will be served at
6:15.
The evening will feature
as guest speaker, Alexander
M. Haig, Jr., former Sup-
reme Allied Commander
and U.S. Secretary of State.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Techn-
ion office, 559-5190.

Detroit attorney Peter M.
Alter was elected president
of the Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith at that group's
annual meeting. Alter, ac-
tive in the United Jewish
Appeal's Young Leadership
Cabinet and the local Allied
Jewish Campaign, is also a
member of ADL's National
Executive Committee and
co-chair of its National Law
Committee.
Elected with Alter were
Robert J. Gordon, Betty

Alfred S. Bloomingdale
was the chairman of the
board and founder of the
Diners Club.

was responsible for the in-
vestigation and prosecution
of Nazi war criminals in the
United States. He prose-
cuted the government's case
against Bishop Valerian
Trifa of Grass Lake, Mich.
The cocktail party is part
of the 1983 fund-raising
campaign of the Anti-
Defamation League. Stuart
M. Lockman, Dr. Laurence
A. Miller and George M.
Nyman co-chair the ADL
campaign. J. Laevin Weiner
is co-hosting the party.
In 1977, Ryan was named

assistant to the solicitor
general of the United
States, and in 1980 was ap-
pointed to the Justice De-
partment's Office of Special
Investigations. In March of
this year, Ryan was ap-
pointed special assistant at-
torney general, to conduct
the Klaus Barbie investiga-
tion, where he served until
September, resigning to
write a book on Nazi war
criminals.
For reservations and in-
formation, call ADL, 962-
9686.

Friday, October 14, 1983 61

Protesters Jailed

BONN — Twenty-four
anti-Nazi demonstrators
have been arrested in Fal-
lingbostel, Lower Saxony,
and charged with violent
behavior while trying to
break up the national con-
vention of the neo-Nazi Na-
tional Democratic Party
held in a hall in that town.

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Goodman, Jason Horton,
Stuart Lockman, George
Nyman and Richard Roth,
vice presidents; Laurence
A. Miller, secretary; and
Barbara Kukes Goldman,
treasurer.
Immediate past president
Elaine D. Block was pre-
sented with a special "ADL
Torch of Liberty" award
honoring her "outstanding
leadership as president."
Allan A. Ryan, Jr., former
director of the Justice De-
partment's Office of Special
Investigations, will be the
principal speaker at a
cocktail party for the ADL
Appeal on Monday. Ryan

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ATTENTION

100th Soldier
Refuses to Serve

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
25-year-bld university stu-
dent last week became the
100th reserve soldier to go
to prison for refusing to
serve in Lebanon, the Yesh
Gevul (There is a Limit)
movement announced.
Peter Kobi was sentenced
by a military court to 28
days in an army stockade
for refusing to obey his
call-up notice.
Four IDF reservists are at
present serving prison
terms for refusing to serve
in south Lebanon. Not all
soldiers refusing such or-
ders are sent to prison. In
some cases officers prefer is-
suing them alternate orders
to do their reserve service
elsewhere.

Beginning October 15th, 1983 continuing through November 30th,
1983, The Normandy Chiropractic Clinic, in conjunction with indepen-
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and treatment of various HEADACHE syndromes.

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dinner-dance book and to
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Nov. 10 dinner-dance.
Games and refreshments
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