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• El Al Overcome
are , more%reqiietts for
TEL AVIV (ZINS)--:Isi.ael'S
W4$11INdTON (-JTA) — The.' Fletcher. V S representative on League members ' walked into a tional airline, EL AL, is growing, seats on - EL'-Widaiei than the
State Department believes that a 'the- Third Committee -on .Elimina - Soviet Embassy 'reception attende d at a phenomenal rate,"-'.reports'
" congressional resolution on the tion of all Forms of Racial Dis - by -a' large number of top-rankin g Ha aretz. It is estimated .th,at this He was confident, howeiet that
denial of Soviet Jews' rights crimination, called upon the Sovie t American ,officials and handcuffe d year EL AL's passenger traffic "everything,- 'wiz be done,,. to im-
-'"would be appropriate," but Union• to "accord .a right to em i- themselves to a balcony. As som e, will be 40 per cent!, greater than prove
."clairffsqbat Soviet Jews as a corn- grate—not a privilege—and to per - 2,000 guest Milled around, th e in 1970, involving tAe transport of
munity are living in a state of mit the many Jews who remain in youths shouted - 'Get the Jews o ut more than 200,000 passengers to
terror seen to be overdrawn," a the Soviet Union to pursue thei ✓ of the- Soviet Union." Gordon Ra y- Israel.
"department official said Tuesday. cultural and religious .interest s field ,and Terri Green were booke d
According to the newspaper - ac-
The latter remark by Richard T. without hindrance."
on disorderly conduct charges a nd
EL AL must now lease air-
Davies, deputy assistant secretary
Mrs. Rita Hauser, U.S. repre- released for appearance in cou rt count,
craft from other lines in order to
for European affairs, before the
sentative on the UN Human on Nov. 23.)
• Selected fine -jewelry
its growing traffic.
House Foreign Affairs Commit-
Rights Commission, asserted
- and Diamonds
Soviet Jewish sources report-
that Americans were doing the
There are, however, some nega-
ed last weekend that a Kishinev
Large Selection of
raised the only serious difference
right thing in speaking out
Jew has been convicted in a tive aspects, which are a direct
Fine Opal Jewelry
of opinion Wednesday between a
against any injustices by the
consequence of this success story:
Watch and Jewelry Repair
witness and the subcommittee Soviet government against its
ly convicted Riga Jew has had Failure to keep scheduled arrival
chairman. Rep. Benjamin J. Ro- ..r•wish citizens.
and departure times, overbooking
his appeal turned-down. -
senthal (D., N.Y.) The House unit
The Kishinev. Jew, Yankel of space, deterioration of in-flight
Near Post Office
Americans should continue t o
is considering pending legislation speak
out, she said, because their (Yaacov) Khantsis, a 42-year-old service.
13720 W. 10 - Mile
over the criticisms are productive, and are chauffeur, was sentenced to three
According to one EL AL spokes-
USSR'S treatment of its Jewish a factor in the increased emigre years in a labor camp for "hooli-
tion of Jews from the Soviet Union. ganism" in closed hearings on an
Rep. Rosenthal also was aston-'
Mrs. Hauser spoke at a session indeterminate date.
ished at Davies' endorsement of a of the National Social Action Con-
Khantsis, who is- married and
So viet Jewry bill sponsored by ference of the National Women's has a 20-year-old daughter an a
LA RRY M. S ERN
Rep. Frank Annunzio (D., Ill.) as League of the. United Synagogue 15-year-old son, has been sent -to
"an excellent vehicle through attended by 600 delegates from 17 Omutrunski prison Kirov, 'the
which to convey the concern of states.
sources reported. TheY'said`Khant-
the Congress over this issue."
Thanks all his customers
Having recently returned from sis had applied for " migration
Rosenthal noted that the Annunzio a visit to Israel where she studied Israel.- two. - years- ago, -but was
for their past patronage and is
bill was the only one among the the absorption of recent Russian turned away.
approximately 200 introduced so Jewish immigrants, Mrs: Hauser
The sources also said that the
far _ which does not specifically said that some of the emigres appeal of Arkady Shpilberg, who
proud to announce his affiliation with
mention emigration. Davies replied were finding difficulty in adjust- -was convicted in the 'Riga trial,.
that the State Department's "sug- ing to Israeli society. "They are has been rejected -by - the high
gested modifications" include re- lust not accustomed to anything court. Shpilberg, a 33-year-old en-
ference to emigration. . but the Russian system," she said. gineer with a wife and -daughter,-
• Good Deals
• Good Loco tion
Rosenthal stated: "We intend "and coming from a totally differ- is serving a three-year term for
• Good People
• Good Service
to produce .a resolution before .ent society find it difficult to fend alleged- -anti-Soviet activities, .the
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the .end of this session of Con: for themselves. Consequently, -Some sentence to. expire' Aug. '4, 1973._
gross (because) we Must -view - tend to blame the Israeli govern- He - is - being held in - a "strict re-
Between Evergreen and Lahser
. these deprivations not as citizens moat for any difficulties they en- gime" camp. .
Large Selection of Cars & Trucks
. The -family of- Ilya-RIPPe-; the,
of one country ' viewing . the counter. Most of them will eventu-
534-1400, 358-2232, 358-5192
Latvian Jewish student who set
abhorred behavior of another ally adjust; however, regrettably,
government but as the denial of some will probably never make the himself on fire ",bii.Anni 1969'
reportedly- lbeeauSei,lie.-had -.,heen•
human rights. (which) must be full adjustment.
denied' an - emigration - visa, have
condemned wherever and when-
In Londowthe House of Corn.
ever it occurs."
been refused permission to
mans has goven overwhelming
Israel. . .
Sol Polansky, a foreign service support to a motion submitted
A friend, Mrs. Musia Kaplan.of.
officer testifying with Davies, by- Labor MP Grevill Janner
said that Mrs. Cila Hipps and
backed Davies' denial of z Soviet urging the government to in-
Jewish "State of terror" but ad- tervene on. behalf of the rights her, family _were denied- emigration
mitted that "Jews do feel 'they of Soviet Jews.
• on groundsthat they have no rela-.
are being discriminated against."
The measure has accumulated
Group Departures Start from
Polansky also said he was "not 333 signatures from all parties, gan" • like • -Ilya Rippe ;cannot - -be
via American Airlines
at all persuaded" that there were more than any other motion dur- allowed-.to leave the Senriet,:tiiiion.
enough Yiddish-speaking Soviet ing the current session of the
Jews to make Yiddish broadcast-
vising • 'the': of. .the
ing over the Voice of America Russian Red Cross Urged
Mims Jamily .- told theni::".'We•mill
"Worthwhile." Asked afterward to Work for Release of
Jan. 22-Feb. 1
The; - son; 22,
by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Ailing Mrs. Kuznetsov
-report to a - psYchiatric
correspondent to comment on a re-
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Gen-
port in Pravda, the Soviet Com- eva-based International Red Cross
munist Party newspaper, that has asked the Russian Red Cross to live at-home
300,000 Soviet Jews consider to work for the release frail a ccrne fluent in' Hebrew.
Yiddish their first language, Po- Soviet orison of Jewish engineer
Flexible rtineraries Offered
lansky said he was unaware of Sylva Zalmanson Kuznetsov, who not confirm the published, report
from Moscow ,that 200 Soviet Jews
is serving a 10-year sentence in were
given exit visas:and-Ihat the .
Other witnesses included' Rep. an alleged sky-jacking plot.
Call Harold Kalt'— Bee Kalt Trowel Service
Jewish visa total
far this year-
James H. Scbeuer
This was reported by IRC in Is a• record 6,500- so
But the sources .
Rep. John Buchanan (R., Ala.); a telegram received here Sunday
F. Lee Bailey, the lawyer, repre- by Mordechai Bar-On, president noted that here-le ii-..10 •day *sit-
ing list for .Aeroflok:flights out of
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senting the League for Repatria- of Israel's Youth Organizations
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tion of Russian Jewry; Rabbi Zev Council, which appealed to the Russia and that_ seating is una-
Segal of the Essex County (N.J.) IRC last week.
usual stopover on the way to-Israel
Conference on Soviet Jewry; and
(In New York, 75 members of the Mikhail-I. Romm, Soviet Jewish
Bertram Zweibon, national chair- Jewish Defense League were ar-
man of the Jewish Defense rested Sunday for sitting down half Film Director, Dies - at 70 -
League. Zweibon said: "Violence a block from the Soviet Mission
is always bad but sometimes ne- after 250 JDLers turned out for a Romm, the well-known 'Soviet
cessary. The' league favors that demonstration at the mission on Jewish film director who spoke •
which keeps - the plight Of. Soviet behalf of Mrs. ICumetsov. She is out- publicly -against Soviet - anti= •
died Nov. 1 in Moscow
Jews before the world. Even vio- ailing and has lost her baby in Semitism,
at age 70. -
film and thea- •
At the United Nations Arthur A.
(Two 21-year-old Jewish Defense er personnel at of
the end of 1962, •
A capulco 3 Or
Pierre Marques aid Marriott Hotels
BEE KALT TRAVEL
Sinai Annual Meeting to Honor
Fishers. and. Memory of Garvett
Rornm compared repression _Of. •
udaism with repression of artistic'
expression. He charged that - the
: - USED .
. 'Eleanor Suburban Shop
0 fficial word
o "c smopolite" was a • Thanks to yOu,.ciur wonderful Customers, El-Mars
e uphemism:for "dirty Jew."
Last year, Roman joined other
has re-operied:An - :ciOr new enlarged shop to
Morris Garvett, late president resolution adopted by the board
artists and other professionals • accommodate your Many requests
of Sinai Hospital, and Mr. and of trustees in his memory.
Mrs. Max M. Fisher, donors of
vice 'mental asylum of Zhores A. Med- -
- - ,
a $500,000 gift, toward fly...hos:L. Leonard N. Simons, -
pital's newest patient care addi- president of the hospial
tion, will be honored at the .19th make the presentation.
annual meeting of the hospital,
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will receive
8 p.m. Nov. 21 in the Zuckerman a plaque in gratitude for - their
gift which made possible the con-
Garvett, distinguished lawyer struction of the 156-bed Max M.
and civic leader, served as presi- and Marjorie S. Fisher Pavilion
dent of the hospital from 1968 which opened in July.
until his death on Aug. 21.
Presenting the plaque will be
Mrs. Gladys Garvett will receive Nate S. Shapero, chairman of the
Sinai's Medal of Merit Award on board's executive committee and
behalf of, her. late. hushansi and_.a—former...president -of the -hospital.
vedev, the -,,Soviat',. -biologist and.
Domm's films included "Lenin in
0 etober"' .(1937); . "Lenin 1918"
1939); "Nine Days of 'One Year'?
1962), about the morality of nu-
cl ear weapons;
"Ordinary F sc-
is m" 1966), ( about the rise of
Hi tier; and "Triumph Over Vio-
le nce" (1968), about the fate of
th e Third Reich. The director was
a warded five Stalin Prizes during
th e Stalin era.
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