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26—Friday, July 13, 1973

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POW Torture Charges Denied by Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
foreign ministry spokesman
has denied an American
newspaper report that a
prisoner - of - war exchange
with Egypt was aborted last
month because Israeli
POWs returned from Syria
revealed that they had been
tortured. The spokesman was
referring to a dispatch in
the Baltimore Sun whose
Middle East correspondent
said the Red Cross privately
informed foreign diplomats
in Jerusalem that Israel pre-
judiced its chances for a
prisoner exchange with
Egypt.

According to the Sun story,

the exchange was to have
taken place June 8. Egypt
is holding 10 Israeli POWs
and Israel has 56 Egyptian
prisoners. Israel says there
was no exchange agreement
with Cairo.

The foreign office spokes-
man denied that Israel had
given Syria an undertaking
not to publicize the torture
story and then reneged. He
said there was no such un-
dertaking and that the Is-
raeli pilots who told of being
tortured after their exchange
for high ranking Syrian and
Lebanese officers had not
been instructed to keep
nIum.

Fired Russian Curator Hired in Haifa

WASHINGTON (JTA)—Dr.
Leonid Tarassuk, a Russian-
Jewish specialist on arms
and armor who was recently
dismissed from his post as
curator of arms at Lenin-
grad's Hermitage Museum,
has a job waiting for him at
the National Maritime Mu-
seum in Haifa when he ar-
rives in Israel.
Tarassuk was granted an
exit visa and was reported
to be leaving for Israel with
his family last Wednesday.

MOVIE
GUIDE

Fabian Kolker of Balti-
more, who has been active on
behalf of Soviet Jews, told
the JTA that he learned of
the position awaiting Dr.
Tarassuk from the Haifa
museum's director, Arie Ben
Eli.

Dr. Tarassuk was fired
after he applied for a visa.
The subsequent granting of
a visa to the specialist, his
wife, mother and two daugh-
ters is believed to have been
the result of intervention on
their behalf by prominent
persons all over the world.

Meanwhile, forty paintings
in oils and watercolors by
Soviet Jewish activist Natan
Feingold, a jobless Moscow
aeronautical engineer, and
NEIGH BORHOOD
22 watercolors by his 10-year-
Americana Complex I, II, HI old daughter, Leah, have
Greenfield Rd., N. of 9 Mile
gone on exhibit at the Chizuk
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Wed. MATINEES ALL
more.
THEATERS-1 Show only
About 600 persons visited
at 1:00—$1
the exhibit July 6 when it
opened.
AMERICANA I
The display will move to
"JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR" the Jewish community cen-
ter in Baltimore. After three
AMERICANA II
Gene Hackman, Al Pacino
weeks in Baltimore, the art
"SCARECROW" (R)
works will be shown in Wash-
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Winner of 5 Academy Awards
Incl. Best Picture
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Due to length of picture
ing to Fabian Kolker of Balti-
it will be shown only once
more who collected the art
on week nights.
and arranged the exhibit.
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an aircraft plant near Mos-
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applied for visas for himself
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Kolker met Feingold early
in February during his last
visit to Moscow. He accumu-
lated more than 60 pieces of
Feingold's works, nearly all
with a Jewish motif. Leah's
works, he said, are largely
devoted to her impressions
of nature.
The art will ultimately be
sold to help the Feingold
family maintain itself, Kolker
said.

Visas were denied him on
grounds that he possessed
state secrets. Kolker said he
Wk. Nights 7:i5 & 9:20
Sat. & Sun. 2:00, 4:00,
was
convinced that Feingold
5:45, 8:00, 10:00
knew no secrets.
Wed. Matine 1 show at 1—$1
Meanwhile, the former en-
MAI KAI PaltyngiurnathanRgdso.n427iO40e0: gineer is supporting his wife
and daughter by taking such
History is but the unrolled
"JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR" jobs as laborer and night scroll
of prophecy. — James
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The spokesman refused to
discuss the Sun's report that
Defense Minister Moshe Day-
an overruled instructions to
the returned POWs by For-
eign Minister Abba Eban not
to say anything about tor-
ture. The JTA learned from
unofficial sources, however,
that foreign ministry officials
wanted Israel to follow the
American example of say-
ing nothing about torture un-
til all Israeli POWs in Arab
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Beame Bar Boom

By DAVID SCHWARTZ

(Copyright 1973, JTA, Inc.)

In September, 1654, three
days before Rosh Hashana,
a ship came carrying 23
Jews, the first to arrive in
New York. Now 320 years
later we may have a Jewish
mayor of New York.
Abraham Beame has won
the Democratic nomination
for mayor of New York,
which probably means elec-
tion.
Abe Beame, 67, is a little
fellow, five feet two, but has
the spunky quality that seems
to enjoy wide support. The
two leading New York
papers, the Times and the
Post, advised the people to
vote for his opponent, but the
public had a mind of its own.
It didn't take the advice.
Which reminds us of on"
of New York's most famot
Mayors, William J. Gaynor,
who also didn't take advice.
Gaynor, as a young man
wrote Horace Greeley, edi-
tor of the Tribue, asking
whether he should come to
New York, and Greeley wrote
him, "Don't come this mod-
ern Babylon." But Gaynor
must have figured if New
York is so bad, why is
Greeley staying there. Any-
way, he didn't take the ad-
vice. He came to New York
and like Greeley made a suc-
cess of it. He was elected
mayor.
New York never had a
Jewish mayor, but it had a
half-Jewish one, Fiorello La-
Guardia. His mother was
Jewish; father, Italian. La-
Guardia wasn't afraid to be
simple. One time, during a
newspaper strike, he throught
of the little children who
would be deprived of the
pleasure of reading their Sun-
day comics. His half-Jewish
heart was saddened at the
thought and he did something
about it. On Sundays, he
went to the broadcasting sta-
tion and read the comics
over the radio to the chil-
dren.
Another interesting mayor
of New York was "Jimmy"
Walker. He used to say that
the difference between him
and the Jews was that he ate
trefa at home and kosher at
work while Jews did vice
versa.
Not too many Jews have
been mayors but, now and
then, it happens almost avery-
where. Rome had its Ernesto
Nathan, Dublin its Briscoe.
Jerusalem has Teddy Kollek.
Being mayor is very im-
portant. Broadway hits, musi-
cals, have been written about
LaGuardia and Jimmy Walk-
er. If a musical is ever writ-
ten about Beame, a good title
won't be hard to find. What
could be better than Beam^
Barn Boom?

26,000 Arabs Saw
West Bank in June

LEM ( J TA )—So m e
JERUSALEM
26,000 visitors from Arab
countries have entered the
West Bank since June 1 un-
der the summer visits pro-
gram, it was reported.
Beginning in November
the visitors program will be
extended the year round.
'Palestinian terrorist groups,
ing that the summer program
was playing into Israel's
hands, have urged the Arab
League to try to discourage
people from crossing the
bridges.
Jordan, however, is op-
posed on grounds that this
would tend to cut off the
West Bank from Jordan.

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