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July 29, 1988 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-29

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Small Leather Goods
Travel Accessories • Unique Gifts



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(Between Greenfield & Coolidge)


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• -

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Oakland County Leaders Supporting Jeff Leib

Marty Krohner, Co-Founder, Mothers
Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.)
Billy Nolin, Undersheriff of Oakland
Al McGhee, Police Chief of West
Jim Stewart, Police Chief of
Huntington Woods
Dave King, Police Chief of Orchard Lake
Skip Doyle, Sheriff's Captain of
Oakland County
State Representative Mat Dunaskiss
State Representative David Honigman
State Representative Bill Bullard
State Representative Claude Trim
Mayor Don Fracassi, Southfield
Mayor Bernard E. "Bud" Tishkowski,
Orchard Lake
Mayor Robert Stocker, Royal Oak
Charles Clippert, former Mayor of
John Kingsepp, President, Oakland
County Bar Association
John B. Carlin, Jr., Councilman,
Orchard Lake
Gerald Kosmensky, Councilman,
Orchard Lake
Jack Doherty, former West Bloomfield
Township Supervisor
Dottie McIntosh, West Bloomfield
Township Supervisor
Dick Headlee, 1982 Republican nominee
for Governor
Dick Chrysler, 1986 Republican candidate
for Governor
Tom Ritter, 1984 Republican candidate
for Congress
Rita Abramson
Alan T. Ackerman
Ed Adler
Denise Alexander
Dr. Leonard Aronovitz
Henry Auslander
Ira S. & Marcia Auslander
Andy Barbas
William G. & Arlene Bards
Jack Bean
Paul A. & Barbara A. Begun
Arthur & Linda Berlin
Samuel I. Bernstein
Jay A. & Diane Bielfield
Dr. Harold & Ilene Bienenfeld
Jim & Cheryl Bloom
Dr. Herbert Bloom
Dr. Charles H. & Peggy Blotner
Saul Bluestone
Dr. Edwin C. Blumberg
Sam Blumenstein
Myron Boardman
Arthur Boschan
Samuel Braverman
Barry L. Brickner
Seymore Brode
Robert S. & Rhea Brody
Peter D. Brown
James W. Burdick
Sue Canvasser .
C. Robert Carson
Claire Chambers
Harvey Chayet
Jack & Mindy Cherney
Richard Chrysler
Gladys Cifelli
Daniel M. Clark
Hy Cohen
Marvin C. Daitch
Marvin & Betty Danto
Barbara Dechter
Harvey Deson
Michael J. Devine
Marshall C. Disner
Eugene Driker
Max Dubrinslw
Harold Dubrowsky
Sharon Edleman
Brian Einhorn
Harry S. & Peggy Ellman
Isadore & Sylvia Epstein
Ken Epstein
Fred Faber
Michael H. Feller
Dr. Paul C. Feinberg
Irving & Sylvia Fenkell
Morris & Sybil Fenkell
Cynthia Fenley
Jeffrey Fenley
Lance A. Fertig
Nathan & Shirley Fink
Robert Finkel
Dr. Morey Firestone
Mac R. & Cathy Fisher
Jeffrey & Leah Fox
Mayor Don Fracassi
Samuel Frankel

18- FRIDAY; JULY 29, 1988

Harold S. Fried
Don & Jeanne Friedman
Ronald A. Fruitman
Albert Fruman
Robert Gale
Jack F. Gardner
Dr. Irv. Gastman
Max & Shiela Gendelman
Franklin & Gail Gettleson
Milton & Dawn Gilman
Alan & Rosmarie Gilman
James M. Ginn
Allen I. Glass
Jerome Glassman
George H. Glassman
Burt M. Gold
Gordon S. Gold
Jack Goldberg
Dr. Michael S. Goldman
Sheldon A. Goldman
Dr. Milton H. & Joan Goldrath
Walter Goldsmith
Henry F. Gordon
Dr. Seymour & Marilyn Gordon
Lou Gordon
Fred Gordon
Harold H. Gordon
Herbert Gordon
Sheldon W. Gordon
Henry S. Gornbein
Howard J. Gourwitz
Joseph L. Grand
Jerome & Judy•Greenbaum
Leslie Neil & Fenei Greenwald
Seymour & Ilene Gretchko
Samuel H. Gun
Paul & Francine Hack
Robert Hack
Dr. Stanley Halprin
Dr. Stuart & Sylvia Hamburger
Jack D. Hamburger
Milton & Betty Handelman
David Haron
Bernard Lee Hartman
Erwin & Sylvia Harvith
Samuel P. Havis
Alan J. Hayman
Stephen P. Hayman
Richard & Mary Headlee
Peter Heiman
David & Doreen Hermelin
Robert S. Hertzberg
Howard S. Heyman
Rep. David & Joann Honigman
Arthur Howard
Norman Hyman
Douglas Hyman
Mark T. Jacobson
Stanley & Carol Jacobson

Joseph M. Jacobson
Dr. Donald Janower
James & Nancy Jonas
Kopel I. Kahn
Irwin L. Kahn
Harold Kalt
Lawrence Kaluzny
Adrienne Kane
Austin A. Kanter
Sidney Kaplan
Paul & Susan Karr
Adela & Marvin Kash
Minna Katz
Herbert & Babs Kaufman
Joel H. Kaufman
Douglas R. Kay
Dr. Sherman & Claire Kay
David A. & Dolores Kellman
Jerome & Rita Keywell
Barry M. Klein
Calvin Klyman
Jay M. Kogan
Theodore J. Kohn
Leonard Koltonow
Nat Korash
Gerald Kosmensky
Alan & Nancy Kovitz
Elliot & Nancy Kramer
Melyvn & Patricia Kramer
Marvin Kramer
David R. Kratze
Martin & Marlene Krohner
Donald I. Lakind
Noah & Patricia Lambert
Stephen Landau
Graham Landau
Dr. Steven Lash
Sanford Layne
David & Gloria Leader
David Lebenbom
Meyer W. & Helene F. Leib
Bryna L. Leib
Roger K. Leib
Dr. Joel & Barbara Leib
Yetta Leib
Sheldon L. Leib
Joel D. Lerman
Phillip & Frances Levin
Leon Levine
Norman & Cynthia Levine
Seymour Levine
A. Bart Lewis
Dr. Richard & Susan Lezell
Hon. Joseph S. Linden
Hannah Linden
Bernard & Bernice Linden
Sanford & -Karen Linden
Allan J. Linden
David & Linda Lipson
Seymour C. Litt



Paid for by Citizens to Elect Leib Prosecutor, 6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 320, Birmingham, MI 48010

Richard Maddin
Michael W. Maddin
Edwin Mallinson
Morris Margulies
Florine Mark
Steven & Carolyn Marks
Robert & Margie Mellen
Jack & Dorothy Milen
Myron Milgrom
Adrienne & Jack Milin
Alan R. Miller
Evelyn Miller
Dr. David & Donna Miller
Marty & Judy Miller
Mayer Morganroth
Douglas & Sue Moss
Bennett Nathan
Dr. Robert & Arlene Niskar
Marvin Novick
Spencer M. & Myrna Partrich
Dr. & Mrs. Terry Podolsky
Robert A. & Joanne Pollack
Gerald L. Portney
Edward & Phyllis Powers
Debbie Ribitwer
Kenneth & Rita Rochlen
Howard Rosenberg
Melvin Rosenhaus
Dr. Michael A. Roth
Erwin A. Rubenstein
Arthur James Rubiner
Frederic & Lucille Ruby
Edward & Adrienne Ruby
Mel & Barbara Rycus
Dr. Mark & Peggy Saffer
Shirley Saltzman
Enriko Sasson
Harvey E. Schatz
Abbott & Marilyn Schlain
Mark E. Schlussel
Abraham Selesny
Keith Serlin
Herbert & Marilynn Shapiro
Mickey Shapiro
Alex & Nora Shapiro
Gail Shapiro
Jerald & Janice Shatzman
Larry H. Sherman
I. William Sherr
Stuart D. Sherr
Paul & Rita Sherr
Melvyn D. Shewach
Elya Shnaider
Michael Shpiece
Roger J. Siegel
Arthur M. Sills
Gilbert Silverman
Alan Singer
Lawrence & Donna Sklar
Robert & Donna Slatkin
Richard Sloan
Murray Slomovitz
Irving H. & Lina Small
Stuart & Marsha Small
Samuel & Carol Sobel
Dr. Marty & Rhonda Solomon
Hilbert Sosin
Robert Sosnick
Frank & Patricia Spadafore
S. Lawrence Stein
Jon Steinberg
Fred Steinhardt
Donald Stern
Edward & Elaine Stulberg
Jerome & Michelle Sturman
Marvin Talan
Allan & Merrily Tann
Joel D. Tauber
David Techner
Mark L. & Julie Beth Teicher
Bruce Thal
Paul A. Tisdale
Charles & Sherri Tobias
Representative Claude Trim
Lee I. Turner
Donald A. Turner
Norman & Barbara Wachter
Stanton L. & Jessica Walker
Sy & Gerry Warshawsky
Robert Wartell
Charlie & Tillie Weiner
Arlene & Larry Weingarden
Sydney E. Weinstein
William Wetsman
Gary M. Wetstein
Jim White
Gerald E. Wigod
Walter & Madly Wolpin
William A. Yolles
Joan E. Young
Marvin & Betty Zeskind
Richard E. & Denise Zuckerman


Continued from preceding page

ble circumstances for the
Jewish community."
In his civil lawsuit, Rabbi
Nerenberg charges that Sinai
discriminated against him
because he is a Lubavitcher
and considered outside from
the mainstream Jewish com-
munity in Detroit.


Continued from Page 5

who was executed last year in
the Soviet Union for his role
as a guard at Treblinka, and
Reinhold Kulle, a former
guard at Gross Rosen in
Poland, deported last October
to West Germany.
Justice Department of-
ficials were reluctant to give
details as to how they
discovered Quintis, explain-
ing that the process of hun-
ting former Nazis is not
public information.
Yet Ronnie Edelman, senior
litigation counsel for the OSI,
did say that Quintis' name
was on orders issued by
members of the Waffen SS
and contained in the United
Nations War Crimes Commis-
sion files. Quintis has never
used a pseudonym.
She said Quintis' neighbors
in the small town of
Washington did not make any
queries about him to the
Justice Department.
Asked if stripping Quintis
of his American citizenship is
serious enough punishment
for the former death camp
guard, Edelman replied that
many people feel very strong-
ly about their U.S. citizenship.
Yet the only right he will
likely be denied is that of
voting here, she said. "As to
how it may affect his other
rights as an American
citizen, I couldn't say."


°"11mmm l NEWS l""""m

Man Sentenced
In Abuse Case

The president of Congrega-
tion Mishkan Israel Nusach
H'Ari Lubavitcher Center in
Oak Park was sentenced to
three years' probation last
week for sexually abusing the
9-year-old daughter of a
Alex Grossman also must
serve 30-90 days in jail and
undergo counseling.
The girl alleged that
Grossman touched her under
her dress while she was help-
ing him prepare for a Sabbath
meal at the synagogue in
January. She claimed that he
had touched her on similar
occasions at the synagogue
when no other children were

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