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December 03, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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DIT.,: T-43.1,1 ■ 10,

Mrs.

Levine to

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, December 3, 1971

,43.t' Federation Women's Institute

Dr: Allen Polreek; profesSor of 0airtnan 'of wethen's comirional ; tion's women's division, and Nor-
Russian history at YelhiV'it,' - Uni-ervices of the Cduncil of `Jewish 1 man Naimark, co-*irman of the
versity, New York, will ,.spf..„ak Aryl...Welfare Pederation.i=- and • -Welfar-; arttan.:r"affairs;,-eorrynittee
: . -t-ef the
The Soviet Union <Vgrsa:tliF.Jew- Funds.'•
Jewish COMmignitY-=:Cdrincil7-‘ Mrs.
ish People" at the. 25th institute
Mrs Lewis ,S. Grossman.'.brief- Milton Wtacs'ar is ,chairnian and
of the women's division of the ing chairman for the women's di-
Robert WillenS. Co-chairman
Jewish Welfare Federation. Tties vision, will serve as moderitor for of the meeting. Mrs. Max Stollman

i;Jr

C ha

will sponsor activities in 27 cities
throughout the U.S. Monday to
urge full religious and cultural
freedom for Soviet Jews and the
right to emigrate to Israel.
In their protest — marking the
beginning of Human Rights Week
at the United Nations—the Jewish
women will be joined by religious.
civic and government leaders of
all faiths seeking relief on humani-
tarian grounds for Jews impri-
soned in the USSR.
They will focus on the plight of
Sylva Zalmanson Kuznetsov, 27,
reportedly near death in a Soviet
labor camp, where she is serving
a 10-year sentence after conviction
last December at the Leningrad

her baby and is now reported in
failing health and denied adequate
;medical treatment.
In New York,' national officers
of the nine organizations in the
Leadership Conference of Na
tional Jewish Women's Organi-
zations, will , meet with Ambas-
sador George Bush, U.S. ,repre-
sentative to the United Nations,
at 10:30 a.m. in the U.S. Mission
to the UN. -
They will present to him more'
than 100,000 petitions addressed to
U Thant urging the UN secretary
general "to use your good offices
and the offices of the Human
Rights ComMission of the United
Nations to exert influence on the



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NEW YORK—Nine national or- trial of 11 Soviet citizens, nine of Soviet Union ' to,; stop the trials,
ganizations representing more than them Jews. Pregnant at the time free the prisoners and grant the
1,000,000 American Jewish women of her arrest, Miss Zalmanson lost right of all Soviet -.Jew,s_.to live,es

Jews either inthe.StiVietilIrtIon.:or•
in Israel, their ancient homeland:7
They will- .ask; Anilaassador
to transmit their -petitions'
.0
'Thant and to support the - release
of Miss Zalmanson and other, Soviet
I
Jewish "prisoners of eonseience,"
according to Mrs. Charles -Snitow
of Scarsdale, N.Y., chairman of
the Leadership Conference and
head of the delegation that will
meet with Ambassador Bush.
In a proclamation designating
Dec. 6 as "Human Rights for
Soviet Jewry Day" in New
Mayor John V. Lindsay urged "all
citizens_ to support the courageous
struggle for the 3,000,000 Jews of
the Soviet Union to be free."

"The promise made through
pledges to the 1971 campaign must
be turned into cash as soon as pos-
sible if we are to insure the con-
tinuation of the life-saving activi-
ties of our Jewish services around
the world and here in Detroit."
Berry noted that most of the 1971
pledges have been paid. Some per-
sons, aware of the urgent needs,
have also made, advance payments
on their 1972 pledges'.
In order to facilitate the collec-
Von of cash, so essential at this
time, the emergency cash mobili-
zation committee will hold a spe-
cial meeting, 12:15 p.m. Dec. 15 at
the Standard City Club.
Berry urged that all those with

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Israel" mission under the auspices home—that there is a gap and
of the United Jewish Appeal and there is no decent place for
the Detroit Jewish Welfare Fed- them to live."
eration report that the Israelis,
Rivlin pointed out that 90 per t
despite staggering defense expen- cent of taxation is allocated for
ditures, continue their resolve to security and defense needs. He
absorb as many Jews into Israel explained, that full support in the
as can arrive there, according to area- of traditional -humanitarian
Marvin H. Goldman and Milford responsibility nit)st-btVachleVed-nr
Nemer, chairmen of the mission. else essential programs ior immi-
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of the Jewish Agency, told the cut.
mission members: "We must n'cif )
condone one case where we could migrant absorption centers where.
have saved a Jew and didn't be- they met with newcomers from the
cause of the lack of money, and SovieY1110ontindtliaill rnievWsq
visited kibutzim and outposts along
I hope it won't ever happen."
Describing the determination of the B'eit Sheen and Jordan yid*
bordep, ,and, 4,t.anned,,MRCt.MnMen,
Jews in Israel and throughout the
world to assist Soviet Jews who institufillifs'Ior i llie
Detroiters on ther,nriaskurwer:iT
wish to emigrate from Russia at
all ccsts, as well as those in dis- Dr. and Mrs. Jules AltMan, Harold
S. Berke, Dr.
WS. -Mcirtan-'-B. 1:
tress elsewhere, Rivlin called on
the American Jewish leaders to Cash, Dr. and Mrs Ro,bert
Curban,
Mr.
and
Mrs. Gilbert
"continue and increase their aid
in the worldwide rescue operation Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H.
Goldman,
Judge
and
Mrs. Nathan
of the Jewish people."
J. Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Discussing the problem of Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Lester T.
poverty and the housing short- Neiman, Mr. and Mrs. Milford.
age in Israel, Rivlin said: "We Nemer, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Robith.,
cannot afford to tell young boys son, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel SeYK Z - 1
that we are one when it comes and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Si
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pledges outstanding send in their
payment, or as much of it as pos-
sible, by the end of the year. All
monies received will immediately
benefit the beneficiary agencies
around the world. Checks should
be sent to the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign office, 163 Madison, Detroit
48226.

`Operation Israel' Mission Brings
Urgent Plea for American Support

For Appointment

Mrs. Levine

NEW CADILLAC?

Urgent Plea for Immediate Payment of Pledges

There is an urgent need for the
immediate payment of Allied Jew-
ish Campaign - Israel Emergency
Fund pledges, Louis Berry, chair-
man of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration's cash mobilization com-
mittee, stated this week.
The speed with which immi-
grants can be relocated in Israel
depends on the amount of money
available, Louis Pincus, executive
director of the Jewish - Agency,
wrote in a plea to American Jew-
ish communal leaders.
"We must provide the cash
necessary to enable Israel to care
for its new citizens and to provide
for the sick, the aged and the
handicaped," Berry stated.

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a panel consisting of George M. is president of the women's divi-
The institute opens at 9:30 a-m. Zeltzer, chairman of the education sion.
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meeting
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