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March 03, 1989 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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Following World War II, Klaus Barbie
"The Butcher of Lyons" — was knowingly
aided and sheltered by many nations,
including the United States. Now, award-
winning filmmaker Marcel Ophuls hunts
down — and discovers — the astonishing,
true story of Barbie's forty-year-long escape
from justice.

.

"Breathtaking. A great film by a
filmmaker unlike any other."

Vincent Canby, The New York Times

"A riveting whodunit. It's time to
start awarding Nobel Prizes for
filmmaking. This is a great film."

—Jack Kroll, Newsweek

"This is not a movie about
history. It is history."



Mike Clark, USA Today

1989 Academy Award Nominee
Winner of the International Critics' Prize, 1988 Cannes Film Festival

A Film by MARCEL OPHULS

HOTEL
TERMINUS

The Life and Times of
KLAUS BARBIE

THE SAMUEL GOLDWYN COMPANY presents
HOTEL TERMINUS: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KLAUS BARBIE
A Presentation of JOHN S. FRIEDMAN with
HAMILTON FISH
Chief Editors ALBERT JURGENSON and CATHERINE ZINS
Associate Producer BERNARD FARREL
Executive Producers JOHN S. FRIEDMAN, HAMILTON FISH,
and PETER KOVLER
Directed and Produced by MARCEL OPHULS

Eight Performances Only

Fridays and Saturdas, March 3rd and 4th, 10th and 11th , at 7:00 p.m.
Sundays, March 5th and 12th, at 12:00 noon and 6:00 p.m.
The Detroit Institute of Arts Auditorium
Tickets Available in Advance or at the Door • Phone 832-2730

Lunch
11 a.m.
Dinner
4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Live

Entertainment
Nightly

LET US HOST YOUR
SPECIAL OCCASION






Weddings
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
Banquets
Showers






Sweet 16s
Anniversaries
Holidays
Reunions, Etc.

362-1262

Concourse, Top of Troy Bldg.
755 W. Big Beaver at 1-75

70

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1989

Eat less
saturate d
fats.

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

LISTENING POST

Blizzard Was Great
For 'Over Hills' Gang

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

T

hey're called "The
Over The Hills Down-
hillers" . . . a group of
seven local gents in their 40s
and 50s . . . The fellows
recently returned from their
eighth annual Aspen ski
adventure and adventure it
sure was for CPA Gary
Kushner, Drs. Bob Blau and
Donald Blitz, investment
counselor Paul Heneks and
barristers Joel Schavrien,
Norman Robiner and Michael
Maddin.
After a seven-hour bus ride
that normally takes three-
and-a-half to four hours (the
Aspen airport was closed
because of 30-plus inch
snowfall from a three-day
blizzard), the fellows finally
arrived in Aspen where their
luggage had luckily also
wound up . . . and enjoyed in
the 20s-degree weather wear-
ing chemical packages for
hands and feet to keep them
warm.
In other buses used, about
300 others never made it to
Aspen that day . . . spending
the night sleeping in a high
school gym at Eagle, Cola
The treacherous trip had its
good points . . . Skiing was
great . . . it was the first time
they had ever gotten their
luggage back all at the same
time . . . and nothing lost,
either.
CONGRATS . . . to Dave
Moss . . . on his 30th birthday ,
. . . Come Sept. 3, Dave, media
coordinator at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, will wed
Janis Goldberg.
DATE IS this Thursday for
Fashion Magic at Hellenic
Cultural Center on Joy Road
in Westland . . . Cocktails at
6 p.m., dinner at 7 . . . follow-
ed by Leah Marks fashion
show with John Darakjian
Jewelers, Chudiks, Broadway
men's clothes, Sally's.
Designs, Beach Bound Ltd.,
D.O.C. Optique and services of
Tamara Institute de Beaute
and Mariomax.
Fashion Magic will be 31st
by St. Constantine and
Helen's Greek Orthodox
Women of National Philop-
tochus Society . . . Food will
be by George Golematis,
caterer now at Hellenic Hall,
and one-time Giorgio
bossman in Oak Park and
Birmingham.
NICE TO KNOW Dept. . . .
Bob Friedman of Park
Upholstering Co. . . . one of
those folks around who put
honor and trust before the

almighty buck . . . He's a
strange one too, preferring to
sleep well at night instead of
gouging people . . . To top it
off, Bob's mighty good, also
. . . among the best.

LOVE STRIKES people in
the strangest settings . . .
Some fall in love gazing
across a room full of strangers
. . . some do it while walking
down the street . . . some fall
in love in hospitals,
restaurants and libraries .. .
Nancy Klein and Harvey
Chayet did it in their
deposition.
Harvey, an attorney with
Thurswell, Chayet and
Weiner, met Nancy, a court
reporter, while taking deposi-
tions from clients . . . After
dating for almost a year-and-
a-half, they will officially tie
the knot tomorrow.
Who says you have to go to
the ends of the earth or look
in all the wrong places to find
true love? . . . Seems like fin-
ding it is just getting up and
going to work in the morning
. . . At least it was that way
with Nancy and Harvey.
BACKDROP for a new ex-
position comes to Southfield
this weekend . . . Oakland
County Home Show takes
over Southfield Civic Center
today, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.,
tomorrow, 12 noon to 10 p.m.,
and Sunday, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
. . . It's a first-ever home show
being put on by International
Business Expositions, Inc. of
West Bloomfield, producers of
expos since 1951.
The show features new pro-
ducts and helpful services for
the home, displayed in 140
booths.
OVER 600 ENJOYED re-
cent Sweetheart Ball by
March of Dimes at Westin
Hotel . . . also a celebration
for localites . . . Clara
Lechner's birthday . . . and re-
cent marriage of Cis and Mar-
ty Kellman . . . Leah Marks
Productions had nine models
posing as mannekins in the
lobby, wearing clothes of The
Broadway and jewelry of John
Darakjian . . . Large Mabe
pearl ring with diamonds
given by John Darakjian
Jewelers to March of Dimes
for its silent auction brought
$1,850.
A BEST BET Of The Week
. . . A Night of Temptation
'89, this Monday by Young
Variety Club of Detroit at
Royal Oak Music Theater .. .
8:30 p.m. showtime features
the Temptations and Ortheia
Barnes . . . Proceeds donated
to charities for children.

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