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June 01, 1990 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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JAN. 25 — Brandon Scott
Yellen is thrilled to announce
the birth of his brother, Jor-
dan Blake. Excited parents
are Iris (Fenton) and Sheldon
Yellen of Charleston, S.C.
Delighted grandparents are
Lillian and Sam Fenton of
Boca Raton, Fla., Lenore
Yellen of West Bloomfield and
Seymour Yellen of Southfield.
His happy great-grandfather
is Max Rott. Jordan Blake is
named in loving memory of
his maternal aunt, Marge
Sofferin.

NOV. 2 — Cathy (Bigelow)
and Roger Hendricks of
Bellevue, Wash., are
delighted to announce the
birth of their first-born child,
Joshua James. Ecstatic
grandparents are Sharon
(former Detroiter) and Al
Mayer of Kirkland, Wash.,
Jerry (former Detroiter) and
Carolyn Hendricks of Olym-
pia, Wash., and Fernand and
Paul Bigelow of Bellevue.
Thrilled great-grandparents
are Ben and Viola Hendricks
(former Detroiters) of
Lakewood, Calif.

HERE'S TO . . .

RICHARD J. BAYLES was
named Doctor of the Year by
the Michigan Association of
Osteopathic Physicians and
Surgeons

JEFFREY M. ROSEN-
BERG will receive a combin-
ed MD-PhD degree from
Michigan State University.
He will begin a one year tran-
sitional residency at William
Beaumont Hospital, Royal
Oak, and then specialize in
anesthesiology at Johns
Hopkins University in
Baltimore. Rosenberg is the
son of Harvey and Judy
Rosenberg of Birmingham.

JACK AND BETTY
KROKER will be honored
June 1 by having the day
named for them at the Jewish
Community Center Jimmy
Prentis Morris building. In
addition to their volunteer
work, the Krokers will be the
first graduates of the Center's
high school equivalency
program.

Linda Berke

LINDA M. BERKE has been
named director of develop-
ment for B'nai B'rith Founda-
tion, Michigan Region. She
will oversee the total fund-
raising operation for
Michigan.

EMANUEL LITVIN, of Far-
mington Hills, a U.S. licensed

securities agent and member
of the professional staff of the
Metro Detroit and the
Greater 'Ibledo State of Israel
Bond Organization, will
retire June 29 following 15
years of service with the
Development Corporation for
Israel.

10 ■ 11 NEWS I

French Jail
Anti-Semitic
Editor

Paris(JTA) — The editor of
a periodical dedicated to the
idea that the Holocaust was
a hoax was sentenced here
last week to three months in
prison.
Alain Guionnet, 36, was
found guilty of "incitement
to discrimination, to racial
hatred, racial violence and
racial defamation." He was
described as given to
"obsessive" and "delirious
diatribes" against the Jews.
Guionnet was charged
separately on three counts
relating to hate activity and
was sentenced May 14 to
three months for each count.
The court ordered that he
serve them concurrently.
He was also fined a total of
75,000 francs (about
$13,500) in damages and in-
terest, to be paid to Jewish
groups and organizations
that combat racism.
It is the first time a French
court has jailed anyone for
anti-Semitic writings. But it
was not Guionnet's first
time in court for his revi-
sionist activities.
Guionnet, publisher of the
monthly Revision, was ar-
rested last year for affixing
revisionist posters to cars
and public buildings.
In March, the Versailles
Court of Appeals sentenced
Guionnet to one month in
jail for disseminating
leaflets that claimed the gas
chambers never existed.
That sentence was suspend-
ed.

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