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June 26, 1987 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-26

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of time must serve them con-
currently, meaning that the
most severe sentence super-
sedes all. Barbie was sentenced
to death in absentia in 1952 for
war crimes. He avoided the
penalty by finding haven in
Bolivia.
Verges argued that since the
statute of limitations on war
crimes convictions expired 15
years ago and France, in any
case, abolished the death penal-
ty in 1981, Barbie has tech-
nically paid his debt to society
and must go free. State pro-
secutor Pierre Truche will
challenge that contention.
Presiding Judge Andre Cerdini
will rule on Verges' plea when
the trial ends.

Coordinator for
Israel's 40th

New York — Jewish corn-
miinities throughout the world
are preparing to mark the 40th
anniversary of Israel's in-
dependence. Conference Chair-
man Morris B. Abram noted
that the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations will
serve as a clearing-house, for all
events related to this
celebration.
Carolyn Greene has joined
the staff of the Presidents Con-
ference as National Coor-
dinator, it was announced by
Howard Squadron, Chairman
of the National Committee for
the 40th Anniversary. With a
decade of experience in ad-
vocacy for Israel and Jewish
community organizing for the
Coalition to Free Soviet Jews,
Ms. Greene will serve as a na-
tional coordinator.
Sponsors of 40th anniversary
programs are urged to apprise
Carolyn Greene of all planned
activities and available
materials or programs,
212-752-1616.

Americans Adopt
Kibbutz Life

NEW YORK — Thirty-five
North Americans in their ear-
ly 20's will repopulate the high
tech-agricultural Kibbutz
Ravid in the hills above Lake
Kineret, Israel. The settlers,
calling themselves Gal Hadash
(New Wave), are members of the
Habonim Dror youth move-
ment and will leave in late
January or early February
1988.
The group first hoped to
populate the planned Kibbutz
Lavon, but changed its mind
upon discovering that 40 per-
cent of Lavon's land would be
appropriated from nearby Arab
villagers, according to
Habonim Dror.

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