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November 05, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

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Israel- Answers Soviet Jews' Complaint

(Continued from Page 16)

viet Georgian Republic accused
the absorption ministry and the
JeWish -Agency of ailing at .their
spiritual annihilatim0-
The charge was made in an'open
letter:to. >Pretnier Golda:Meir -de-
manding, that. GeOrgian- Jewa ar-
riving. in - Israel- be allowed to
remain together and not dispersed
in small groups.
An absorption ministry -spokes-
man told the JTA that every' ef-
- fort was being made to provide
flats for the `Georgians - . in towns
where their - Cotintry'aten have al-
ready settled:' But he said they
were not, always available and in
such cases Georgians had to be
located .e.lseivbere.
.Briritmtraiiiirael Aggressor;

,

Marseillei"MaYor Makei Point
?MARSEILLES- (JTA);--' Soviet
Communist -Party Secretary 'Leonid
Brezhneii claimed that "Israeli ag-
gression is poisoning the entire
atmosphere in the Middle East."
Addressing a reception: in his
honor at the 7 Prefectizre, Brezhnev:
said, s"We -yield the..Mediterianean
area M. be .a region of ..peiteein
tranquility but unfortunately this is
not Possible" owing to "Israeli
aggression."
Brerhnev's remarks, the first he
made in public on the Middle
East Singe arriving in France,. AP-
peered :to. be responding to the
Jewish. dernonstrators - who dogged
his visit protesting the treatment
of Soviet Jews .
As the Soviet leader flew bark
to Paris a miss de.moostration"Of

H a to a

TEL -AVIV (JTA)--Ruth ,Alek7
sandrovich's long battle to emiz,
grate to Israel ended shortly after
midnight last Thursday when she
arrived at Lydda airport with her
father, Issac, ands her fiance-,
Isaiah Averbuch, 24 hours after
the trio left the Soviet:.Union.,
The 247Year-old'Riga nurse had
been imprisoned after the show
trial- hi Riga -of. Soviet _Jewish dis-
_sidents. • -
A few ;hours sifter_ arriving
--here- r she .:-weiit-- to 'the Western --.
Wan. in -Jerusalemto Idis its
stones and
to her brother
who had joined Abraham;
thansonsinhishanger strike pro-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 5, 1971-17

solidarity with Russian Jews was sine as he was about to drive to
The annual income of the United
being held in the French capital. the Elysee Palace for talks with
Nations Children's Fund is less
Brezhnev also seemed to be Pompidou.
replying to an oblique attack on
than the amount spent on world
The Jew, identified as Pierre armaments in two hours.
Soviet policies towards Jews made
by the Socialist_ mayor of Marseil- Belden, a translator by profes-
sion,
was arrested but released
les, Gaston DeFerre, a former
Visit The Four Seasons
opposition candidate for the French after a few hours. He said he
Sq. I.M. "haul
belonged to no organization or
presidency.
group
_but
acted
on
his
own.
DeFerre expressed the hope that
Brazian's
letter
was
a
plea
to
the Franco-Soviet agreements-con-
cluded between,Brezhnev and Pres- be allowed to get in touch with his
ident Georgei --PoinPidOu. included aged parents who live in Russia
"clauses safeguarding the interests and lrom whom he has =not heard
of religious",and ethnie .- minorities in a long time. Eye-witnesses said
Long Ulu
the letter fell on Brezhnev's knees
inside- the-Soviet-
Rood
'Political observerk Said. DeFerre and that be accepted it without
Along
Woodward,
just
north
was referring to the interests of any visible reaction.
of Hickory Grove Road. You'll
Soviet Jews. France: -and Russia
find a part of Bloomfield
signed a 10-year trade-pact in It's Principle of the Thing
Lem Pm. Road
you
never knew existed. Satisfy
Paris.
TEL AVIV — The court has
your living needs with one of six designer floor plan options.
A 20-yeir-old Itusslah-born: Jew
broke through a police cordon out- agreed with an insurance agent
One, two and three bedroom apartments.
side the Soviet Embassy and Man- who complained he had been de-
From $295/month to $575/month, now leasing.
prived
of
recreation
on;his
day
off
aged to drop a letter through an
open window of Breihnev's limou- when the Aihkelon Grand Prix
was rescheduled from Saturday to
Sunday last year.
Pioneer
Pioneerin-Jewish Artist
But it was a Pyrrhic victory.
SinOred POsthuntouily - The court awarded a refund of
2945 Woodward Ave. north of Hickory Grove Road
52.25, the price of the ticket. It
Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 48013 - Phone (3131338-1800
NEW YORit (JTA)---The late also fined the plaintiff 'court costs
OFNCE HOURS: 11 a.m...4 p.m. SAT. & SUN.; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. WED., TRUES. • FM.
Barnett 'Newman, the pioneering of $4.75.
OE BY APPOINTMENT—CLOSED MONDAY a TUESDAY •
postwar painter, is - being honored
posthumously by the Museum of
Modern Art with the first major
retrospective of his work, running
through next - Jan. - 10. • -
Shortly before his
- death bit July
4- at 'age 65, "Niiininuf spoke, Out
A GENTLEMAN'S BOUTIQUE
for- --Jewry at a press conference
announcing- a _ Petition to the.Kreni-
lin signed by-dozens-of Preleleent
creative figures -
Plans- for -retrospe-ciaVe. Were
DESIGNER SHIRTS
faintehed in :1989 Similar- tributes
KNIT SLACKS .
will be presented-
next Yearlat the
1799 COOLIDGE AT 11 MILE
TIES," OUTERWEAR
Tate Gallery, LondOzi;" the .Stede-
BEitKLEY
547-0444
Ink Museum. Amsterdam; and the
BELIWEAR; COORDINATED SPORT SUITS
IA-T-W-S 10-6 — Th. & Fri. Itrio
Grand Palais,

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- of -
Zumetsov, one of the defendants
in the first Leningrad trial..
She lar_ serving a .10,ear-‘ seri:

tence at the Potmi prison about
?;...200, fraip' Afoscow.
• Reporting;rthat she had :;been
in the same cell. with_ Mrs. Kuz-
netsov, the Riga nurse told a large
group of newsmen and cameramen
at the airport that Mrs. Kuznetsov
wai "very, sick, dangerousli_sick.':i
• The nurse said there were no
medicines_ at the- =camp and that
the only medic
al personnel was
an old- woman doctor, herself an
inmate of the prison for many
years who "by now can do nothing"'
to heli-Mra. Kuznetsov.
- Zalmanson; the incle' -of
Kumetinv, - called-r; off- his -hunger.
strike last Friday after Miss Alek-
sandrovich pleaded with him to do_

The young nurse, 'referring to
her successful fight -to endgrate;
,
said," "I -..-Cannot believe It my;
- self."-She said that "of course,"
she would .return to hir profes-
:-sion_,"0 a nurse but that first
she Wanted . to stay in Hibuts
Minuet- for' a couple- of days
to 'rest -and think." .--
SIM:--.added that Whoever thinks
that -. "by trials, one can suffocate
:theAdesire,of,Jews-to go to Israel
is mistaken;,
she planned: to marry
be
ber"25-year-Old
fiance but thedate
e
for that;:evetd also will be decided
:aftee-her:awat.-Itereunion between
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