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January 14, 1972 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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Jetvish Resettlement Service Calls on Families
to-Use Agency to Bring Over Soviet Kin

Local families who wish, to bring are many relatives of Russian Jews Simeon Feldma.n, a 36-year-old
their relatives here from the Soviet living in this community and we locksmith, his 34-year-old wife
Union are being encouraged by the are ready to cooperate wherever Emma and their children, Dina, 10,
Jewish_Resettlement Service to use possible to help the relative pro- and Igor, 7. Their last residence
the agency's fealties to help with cess the papers necessary."
in the USSR was Chernovsky, a
immigration Iprocedures.
On a case by case basis, the Ukrainian town.
In kart effort, Resettlement Ser- agency will determine to what ex-
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R.,N.Y.),
vice Is,=:,couper
. ating with United tent Jewish community resources
in a statement, said: "The arri-
Hais Heriice[lihich is following up will be-used in the settling of ref u-
val of the Feldman family from
on thts.:atuninneement by the U.S. gees once they have arrived in the
the Soviet Union is a heartening
attorney general that this govern- Detroit area.
portent that, as in the early part
menr will: —rant parole status to HIAS also is prepared to assist
of this century, the doors of the
Soviet-Jews.
financially, where necessary, and
United States are open to Jews
aisist.4it the immigration will search out the relatives in the
fleeing from Russian oppression??
process; relatives here must follow Soviet Union when their address is
The parole authority allows the
certain.: steps,..'guidelines for which unknown.
attorney general to waive proce-
are being, cireulated by the Re
Recently, Resettlement Service dural red tape to admit aliens with-
settlement Service. These steps welcomed to Detroit the first So- out delay.
begin with preparation of a "vysov" viet Jewish family to immigrate
The family flew to Washiniton
or letter of invitation, in English with the agency's total-involvement.
and Russian. The vysov indicates to From the issuing of the vysov in Friday morning to meet their legal
benefactor,
Attorney General John
Soviet authorities that the pros- 1969, Resettlement Service assisted
oective immigrants will be cared the local family in the paper work Mitchell.
Harold Friedman, president of
for upon- arrival in the country of and now is helping the newcomers
IfIAS, said that the attorney gen-
destination.. • to adjust.
Mrs. Sel:C. Grossman, presi-
For information and copies of eral's parole authority will allow
dent of /tenettlement Service (a the guideline, call Resettlement for an increased flow of Soviet
Jews to the U.S.
Jevitsh Waif are Federation Service. DI 1-5959.
agency supported by Allied Jew- First 'Parole Authority'
HIAS reported that in 1971 some
ish Campaign _funds), said that Family Arrives in U.S.
300 Russian Jews come to the
NEW YORK <JTA)—The first U.S., but he hoped to see 1,000
the local agency "is prepared to
embark on this program because Soviet Jewish family to emigrate or more arrive in 1972.
of the recognition that there has to the United States under the' Atty. Gen. Mitchell expressed de-
been an easing of the restrictions attorney general's "parole author- light "to have this opportunity to
in the Soviet Union for the is- ity" arrived at Kennedy Interna- welcome t h e Feldman family to
sting of exit visas and passports. tional Airport -Jan. 5.
our shores to be united with other
The family of four consists of members of their family." .
"We know," she said, "that there

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Jemmy 14, 1972-5

N10.1 BEST SELLER!

Anonymous Donor Gives
Israel Defense Money

COPENHAGEN (JTA) — An
anonymous donor sent a $1,500
check to the Israeli Embassy here
stating that be wanted the money
used "for Israel's defense." The
check came from the town of
Esbjerg, and the donor is believed
to be non-Jewish. It was the
largest sum to be donated anony-
mously in recent years.

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tiOn of a formal dinner in honor He addressed a meeting of some
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isdigs, Parties, Dabs -,-
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- Begin, leader of the opposition
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