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July 05, 1968 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-05

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Friday, July 5, 1968-3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Condemn Poland's Anti-Semitism

(Continued from Page 1)

Polish government to end its "ap-
palling anti-Semitic campaign" di-
rected at that country's Jewish
community.
In a half-page advertisement ap-
pearing in Tuesday's New York
Times under the auspice of the
Academic Committee on Soviet
Jewry, the 1,000 professors ex-
pressed support of views express-
ed by the Polish-born musician,
Arthur Rubinstein, in a letter pub-
lished in the Times April 28.
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reactionary forces" in the Warsaw
regime of having "whipped up"
anti-Semitism as a "weapon in a
power struggle, a scapegoat for
popular discontent, a smoke screen
for economic and political ills, an
instrument to stifle progressive re-
forms demanded by the intelligent-
sia and students."
The academicians' letter com-
pared recent dismissals and arrests
of Jews and intellectuals in Poland
with the "anti-Semitic purges of
1948-52" in the Soviet Union.
(Related Stories Pages 5, 13)

Histadrut Institute Honors
Dr. Paul Dudley White

Cyprus Makes Plea for Renewal of Israel Tourism

one of several Cypriots who have
come here in a semi-official or pri-
vate capacity to prompt a renewal
of Israeli tourism, claimed that
Archbishop Makarios was misun-
derstood. Travel agents here who
once did a lively business arrang-

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The troubled
Island of Cyprus is trying to re-
vive its once lucrative tourist traf-
fic from I s rael. The island, just an
hour's flight from Tel Aviv airport
or an eight-hour cruise by sea from
Haifa, was a favorite re sort of
Israelis until Cypriot President
Archbishop Makarios adopted an
anti-Israel stand after the June
1967 Six-Day War and called Israel
an "aggressor."
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