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July 15, 1966 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-15

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Freedom of Jews in Ilungary,tioniania Related by A bram

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 15, 1966-7

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Sabbath, using two synagogues
In making the statement, David by means of Jewish education and
If you run after luck, you will
I. Mannar did not refer by name Jewish cultural expression in
NEW YORK—The president of standing side by side.
Abram said he regretted the to the Soviet Union, as is the literature and art."
the American Jewish Committee
spoil many pairs of shoes.—Rus-
challenged the Soviet Union fact that one exception to the free- protocol at United Nations meet-
He noted that many of the Jew- sian proverb.
Wednesday to grant religious and doms accorded Jews in Hungary ings, referring only to "a large ish families in Russia had been
cultural freedom to its Jewish citi- and Romania appeared to be the Jewish community subjected to separated from members in the
zens equal to that existing in Hun- policy of the two governments not disabilities, particularly in the Nazi holocaust and that in Israel
to permit emigration to other fields of Jewish culture and
gary and Romania.
"many thousands of families have
countries. The AJCommittee presi-
been appealing to the government
Morris B. Abram, who returned dent said he thought the major rea- religion."
He
called
the
rectifications
"few
for assistance" in bringing about
last weekend from a trip to Hun- son for the Soviet Union's failure
gary, Romania and Israel, told a to provide religious and cultural in number and limited in scope" reunion of such families. He called
press conference here that despite freedom to Jews was the global and mentioned specifically, "the it a "manifest, humane duty" for
the fact that the Hungarian and power politics of the USSR which printing of a number of books in the Soviet authorities to grant the
...but if you want up-to-date
imaginative, hard-hitting ads,
Romanian governments are as anti- included .arms shipments to the Yiddish, or books of Jewish in- members of these separated fam-
terest,
permission
for
baking
un-
religious in outlook as the Soviet Arab states and affected that
brochures, catalogs, and
ilies the freedom to re-unite."
leavened bread for Passover and
ETC'S. (at list price, because
Union, there is no evidence of country's internal policies.
the reported promise, yet to be
*
*
they're fresh !) call — Murry
serious restrictions in the two
implemented, to allow the printing Answer not a fool according to
Koblin Adv, 18039 Wyoming,
smaller Communist countries
his folly,
of
an
edition
of
the
Jewish
prayer-
against the religious and cultural
UN. 1-5600.
book." He said that while these Lest you also become like him.
pursuits of the Jewish communi-
Proverbs
changes indicated "a positive
ties there.
■.
responsiveness" on the part of
In his report, based on visits to
Soviet authorities "to certain
rural areas and meetings with lead-
aspects of the question," it did
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
ers of local Jewish communities,
Exclusive styles with distinction, beauty and quality. Visit our display
not begin to provide for "the
to The Jewish News)
room and pick your ideal dinette from such famous names as . . .
Abram pointed out that "Hungar-
GENEVA — An Israeli repre- preservation of the religious and
ian and Romanian Jews carry on sentative told the 41st session of cultural identity and heritage of
DAYSTROM
extensive communal life and fully the United Nations Economic and a Jewish community of 3,000,000."
DAYSTROM 42" Round Table
manifest their religious beliefs." Social Council here Tuesday that
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He said he hoped that the Jew-
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He noted that they have central while there had been some "recti- ish community would he assured,
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religious organizations that are al- fications" in the plight of Russian "in an officially proclaimed policy,
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lowed to maintain contacts with Jewry they were "far from offer- and in practice, the right to pre-
worldwide Jewish organizations ing a solution of the problem in serve its national identity and
We Re-Upholster Chairs
and that they have Jewish schools all its magnitude."
cultural heritage and traditions
and publications.- Romania, he
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said, supports two Yiddish state
and up
theaters, and Hungary has a Jew-
ish theological seminary and a
Illustarted at Left
Jewish museum.
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(Opens to 70")
"If these other Communist na-
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ROME (JTA)—A committee of Union, urged at the dinner that
tions can respect the religious
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and cultural rights of the Jews„ five Italian Jewish leaders issued freedom be given to the people of
why can't the USSR?" Abram an appeal to all Jews and friends Vietnam. Grossman suggested that
OUR
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asked, adding: "We are simply of Jews in Italy to make known to freedom be given to Jews in the
asking the Russians to grant the new Soviet ambassador to Italy Soviet Union. He pointed out that
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the Jews and other observing re- their concern over the situation Soviet Jewry is subject to restric-
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ligious people the rights that are of Russian Jewry.
tions in religion and customs.
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Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. to 6; Mon., Fri. to 8 p.m.
already provided in their con-
The committee was made up of . The Soviet deputy premier re-
stitution."
Astorre Mayer, president of the torted through an interpreter that
Abram met with Chief 'Rabbi Standing Conference of European there are Jews in the Soviet hiar-
Moses Rosen of Romania; Dr. Sei- Jewish Communities; Judge Sergio archy. Grossman snapped: "It is
fert Geza, president of the Board Piperno, president of the Union of not the hierarchy I am talking
of Deputies of Hungarian Jews; Italian Jewish Communities; Mario about, it is the common people."
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The deputy premier then said
and with Dr. Alexander Sheiber, Stock, president of the Trieste
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head of the Jewish Theological Jewish Community; Prof. 'Gian- that Jews in the USSR can worship
Seminary. The AJC elader said franco Tedeschi, president of the in their synagogues, "eat their
that the seminary "was doing fine Rome Jewish Community; and matzo" and occupy prominent posi-
work but had only six professors Bruno Zevi. They outlined a letter tions in science and other profes-
and ten students in all. In Ro- for that purpose which they urged sions.
Decoraitve, practical and gift-worthy! Choose from our
At one point, Polyansky told
mania," he noted, "the rabbinical should be sent also to the Italian
wonderful array of baskets, hand-woven by native crafts-
Grossman he was not sufficiently
seminary closed down two years Communist party secretary.
men in a myriad of styles. Sometimes the most useful
ago for lack of students."
The draft letter expresses best informed to discuss the subject.
thing can be the gayest, the most fun . . and that's the
Grossman
retorted,
"Don't
get
ex-
Romania has some 70 Jewish wishes to the new envoy for a
case with our baskets. A size, a shape to fit your fancy,
Communities, he reported, with an successful tour of duty in Rome. cited—don't get rattled." He told
in interesting textures and patterns from over a dozen
The communication then ex- Po yanski that Canadians are con-
estimated 120,000-130,000 Jews. In
countries.
cerned
about
the
position
of
Jews
presses
anxiety
and
pain
over
the town of Vaslui, from which
the fact that Russian Jews are and other minority groups in Rus-
Abram's father emigrated in 1904,
OUR CIGAR DEPARTMENT FEATURES: DUNHILL, BANCES,
still denied the rights of which sia.
he - noted that the Jewish corn-
Munity numbered 4,000 before the Stalin "arbitrarily deprived
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war but that now there were less
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tradition," the letter continues. It
also urges Soviet officials "to per-
mit the re-union of Jewish fami-
for 1
lies" separated by the Nazi holo-
caust.
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The letter acknowledged "the
condemnation of anti-Semitism" by
Soviet Premier Kosygin and the
article in Pravda, the Communist
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We invite you to take advantage of our long
The letter expressed gratitude
heritage
of technology and knowhow in
"for the permission to bake matzo"
in some Soviet cities this spring
making automobiles safe . . . and personal-
but stressed that "much more
ized service from people who enjoy and take
fundamental, serious and continu-
ous steps must be taken to give
pride in their work.
justice to a nation which has
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