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February 18, 1972 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-18

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NEW YORK (JTA)-Rabbi Israel for three days while the KGB de-
Miller, president of the American tided whether to arrest him.
Zionist Federation, hailed the bi- prison at Dnieperpetiovsk in the
partisan efforts in Senate and East-Central Ukraine.
House to aid Soviet Jews to settle Her protest, the cdnierence said,
in'Israel. - Referring to the aid caused her to be deed
ni her sugar
bills by Sens. Edmund S. Muskie rations.
(D., Me.) and 'Henry M. Jackson
Meanwhile, Ukra inian Jewish
(D., Wash.) and Rep. Jonathan poet Meyer Charats of Czernowitz,
Bingham (D., N.Y.), Rabbi Miller who has applied unsuccessfully for
stated that these, efforts "should a visa to Israel three times, has
receive widespread support as a been assailed in an open letter
way of helping Israel bear the in a local newspaper.
burden of welcomed immigration
Soviet reprisals against Prof.
of Jews from the Soviet Union."
Aleksander Lerner of Moscow for
The American Zionist leader
applying to emigrate to Israel
emphasized, however, that the
now include a ban against his
Jewish community in this coun- -accepting a professorship in Eur-
try must realize that the finan-
ope, the American Jewish Con-
cial burden still rests on the
gress disclosed.

Banned in Jordan

COPENHAGEN_ JTA) "Abso-
lute _nonsense". said Mrs. Hanneh
Kaufmann, a DaidelPewish writer,
when the learned that "her books
have been banned in Jordan.
"I have written seven books and
only one of them, which deals with
Jewish refugees, in Denmark, men-
tions Israeland then only in four
pages,", the 48-year-old authoress
said.
The book, 'titled -"All These
Fates," describes the fate of
Polish-Jewish refugees in Den-
mark after 1969.
It is apparently the ground for
the Jordanian depiction of Mrs.
Kaufmann as a "Zionist" and "pro-
Israel .Tewess." Her other works
include a love story, detective
stories, two books on Jewish refu-
gees from Nazi persecution and a
book on Nazi concentration camps.
Mrs. Kaufmann also has written
the Danish translation of a • book
on the assassination of Count
Folke . Bernadotte by an Israeli
journalist, Baruch Nadel.

Korneev director. of thn depart.- }USSIt ~ a 4 M
ment of foreign- affairs of- . the
.Pavlov Is director -of adininis-
Russian Academy of Sciencesi- had -Ara*/ ItIlidrs:::se-tie:-.,4?estial
informed -him he viciuld no longer Committee OAS:Wet Cpwati-
be eligible for - any exeltingis-
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greens. - , 1,A1 ) 1 .A
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The- A,JConrets No
fornia regional office in San Fran-
cisco said the call was placed
against the background'of the ar-
rival in the U.S. of Georg S: Pavlov,
reputed to be the third bighest-
ranking Soviet official ever to visit
the U.S. who is involved in arrang-
ing President Nixon's visit to the

Jewish community to support
AJC officials said Prof. Lerner
special efforts now being under- told them in a phone conversation
taken by the United Jewish Ap- that he had been refused Permis-
peal to help In the integration sion to accept an exchange pro-
of the Soviet immigrants.
fessorship at the Academia Na-
"The introduction of bills is no t vional dei Lincei in Rome.
tantamount to immediate financia 1 The Russian Jewish scientist, one
aid," he said. "There is a long wa y of the world's leading computer
between the introduction and th e experts, said he had been told per-
final appropriation. Meanwhile mission- was denied -because of his
the Jewish community must mobi expulsion from all academic posts
Jize all its resources through th e in the USSR following his applica-
UJA to aid in the housing, cloth
Hofstra ,U. Paper Prints
According to the report, seven
food, medical care, educatio n police agints knocked on Glez-
Neo-Nazi Recruitment Ada ing,
and training for settlement in Is er's door and identified them-
NEW YORK (JTA) — A spokes- rael of Jews from the Sovie t
selves as postal representatives.
man for Hofstra University said Union."
On being admitted, they present-
Wednesday the office of the stu-
The Muskie bill, which is co- ed a search warrant signed by a
dent newspaper "Chronicle" had sponsored by Sens. R ich a rd
KGB
investigator . surnamed Gosh-
received a large number of pro- Schweiker- (R., Pa.,), Jacob K.
test calls about a series of ad- Javits (R.. N.Y.) and Abraham kov, asked Glezer to hand over all
his
"anti-Soviet
literature," then
vertisements in the newspaper Ribicoff (D., Conn.) calls for a
seeking to recruit neo-Nazis at the grant of $85,000,000. The Bingham searched his home for six hours.
While confiscating the pamphlets,
12,000-student school.
measure, co-sponsored by Rep:
Two of three scheduled ads have Seymour Halpern (R., N:Y.) and the agents did not touch several
Hebrew-instruction
books.
been printed, and a third is plan- supported by about 411 other mem-
ned for next week, the spokesman bers of- the House, also calls for The police telephoned Glezer's
mother
that
night
to advise her
said. The first ad was a half. $85,000,000.
they were detaining him.
Column appeal for suhscription to
The Jackson bill calls for a
The National Conference on Sov-
"White Power, the newspaper of grant of $250,000,000 with the
white revolution." It carried an President authorized to deter- iet Jewry reported that the condi-
tion of Raiza Palatnik, the 35-year-
Arlington, Va., post office box and mine its expenditure:
old Odessa librarian serving a two-
displayed a black swastika.
Rabbi Miller, noting that some year sentence for distributing
The second ad, with a similar
Soviet Jews are expected
literature has wors-
box begins: "Hitler was right, 30,000
this year in Israel and that some

White Men Unite." Arlington 4,000 had already arrived in Israel ened.
She
has
been
complaining of
was the headquarters of George last month, declared that "as Zion-
Lincoln Rockwell's American ists we welcome the increased aliya heart pains and bleeding gums,
Nazi Party, which became the and stand ready to aid this move- and has refused to wear her num-
ber tag in protest against her treat-
National Socialist White Peo- ment."
ment in a criminal-incarceration
ple's Party after Rockwell was Jewish Student in Moscow
tion
for an emigration -Visa. -
assassinated by one of his lieu- Transferred to Political Prison
Prof. Lerner senor* that Stefan
tenants.
NEW YORK (JTA)—Ilia Glezer,
Adrienne Flipse, co-editor in a student at Moscow University,
chief of the Chronicle, said the was transferred Saturday to ine
ads were submitted and paid for Lefortova prison in Moscow, a
by a Hofstra student who "ad- prison for political prisoners, it
vocates the Nazi Party." She said was reported by the Student Strug-
"He hangs out a Nazi flag five gle for Soviet Jewry.
feet long from his dormitory win-
Glazer was arrested after the
dow."
KGB searched his home on Feb.
The university spokesman said 7 and confiscated books on Jews
he did not icrib,w the name of the a nd Judaic topics.
student Nazi but said he was a
Glenn Richter, national coordi-
full time student. He added there nator of the SSSJ, said that in a
was no Nazi group on campus but telephone conversation with
that he did not know whether there sources in Moscow, Glezer - may
was more than the -one student.
be charged with anti-Soviet agi-

tation.

"This appears to be an ominous
Richter said. "Jews
n Moscow have been arrested
p reviously but charged with hooli-
anism and given 1ay sentences.
A political charge against -Glezer
ay signify the beginning of a
ne w - series of arrests similar to

d evelopment,"

1971
CHEVROLETS
NEW L DEMO'S
FULL FACTORY WTY.

ALL MUST RE SOLD
SACRIFICE
PRICES!

th at of 1970 which ended in the
Leningrad trials."' Aceording to
ichter, sources in Moscow said
th at other Jews may be - in danger
arrests ow political - charges.
G/ezer,
post-doctoral student
in biological
at Moscow
State University, was to be held

of

Iliat+ConstrUckil iin Rises

Gross domestic capital formation
in Israel in construction, equip-
ment and transportation, rose in
1971 by 19.5 per cent compared
with 1970. This marked a steep
rise over the 9.5 per cent rise in
1970, but -a drop from 1969 when
the rise registered was 24.5 per

cent.

In 1971, investments in Israel
ahinOns .,444 z adrplanes amounted

to

fellki/60;900 ..) - Israel

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'adtratieed' CenaPutitr-,.1egiffament
:tram American . nnuaufaetaiiers..
Brooks urged that Co mputer
firms approached by Pavlov-"raise
the issue of Prof. Lerner's scholar
ly quarantine" with the -Soviet
government official during their
discussions. _

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