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April 12, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-12

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U.S. Communist Party FurthersAnti-Senntism of Soviet Union

WASHINGTON — Evidence
that the U.S. Communist
Party obeys the anti-Semitic
dictates of the Communisty
Party in the Soviet Union
Nwas offered in extensive testi-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

sing and Office Workers of Daniel Heifetz to Be in Cranbrook Festival
America, District 65. The
Young Violinist Daniel Hei- sored by the Cranbrook Mu-
leaders of that union, David fetz, presented by the promo- sic Guild, Inc.
Livingston and Arthur Os- ters S. Hurok Presents and
man, had been publicly iden- the Ohio Chamber Orchestra,
Tickets for Cranbrook Fes-
tified as members of the will join the Kenneth Jewell tival '74 are available at all
Communist Party.
Chorale at Cranbrook Festi- J. L. Hudson stores. For in-
"In 1953," Romerstein con- val '74 May 10 nd 11 at Christ formation, c a 11 Charles
tinued, "an article appeared Church Cranbrook. It is spon- Huntoon, 644-8893.
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The turmoil within the
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Communist Party in 1956-57
triotioteSINADAAtarties4
was reflected worldwide. As
hundreds of thousands were
being released from Soviet
labor camps, those who once
denied Soviet anti-Semitism
had existed, now had to ad-
mit there was such persecu-
tion. "As eresult of this, the
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AAKNT
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FOR FURTHER INFO
of thousands of Soviet Jewish
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE
intellectuals, the English-lan-
Israel Work, Study
guage magazine published by
the U.S. Communist Party's
Project for Seniors
NEW YORK (JTA) — At Morning Freiheit Association,
Fine Dining and Cocktails
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the annual senior dinner of Jewish Life, began
arti•les
depicting
the
condi-
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maz School, the administra- tions of Soviet Jews and pro-
tion, faculty and board of esting against the murders
Businessmen's Luncheons

trustees of the school said of Soviet Jews.
• Complete Dinners
Even the Daily Worker,
farewell to 19 young men and
OPEN MON. THRU SAT.
the
official
Communist
paper,
women who will be leaving
FROM 11:30 A.M.
this month for a four-month carried a lengthy statement
in
1956,
in
which
it
attacked
volunteer period on Kibutz
the Soviet Union for its anti-
Yavneh in Israel.
• WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS
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• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ing their own way and giving with long histories of Com-
munist
Party
membership
of their own time to work on
Reservations
the kibutz as replacements signed the letter of protest.
Welcome
But again the tide turned,
for men and women currently
Except
and
the
open
expression
of
serving in Israel's armed
Friday
protest
was
crushed
by
the
Saturday
forces.
Evenings
CONTINENTAL CUISINE
This voluntary effort in Is- Communist Party, leadership
in a majestic atmosphere
rael is part of the larger in 1957. Since then, the editor
Senior Work Study Project of the Morning Freiheit, Paul
upon which all Ramaz sen- Novick, has been charged by
iors embark in April, May the Communist Party with
and June of their senior year. criticizing the Soviet Union
The 59 members of the on anti-Semitism.
Proceedings of the House
graduating class will be
working in educationally pro- committee hearings, includ-
ductive occupations without ing an extensive index and
exhibits, cover 381 pages.
monetary compensation.
Dinner 5:30-10 p.m.
Tuet. Thru Fri.. Lunch 11:30-2:30

to become a legal political
party, and the testimony has
just been published.
The persecution of the
Jews in Russia was docu-
mented both by Avraham
Shifrin, a Soviet Jew who
was imprisoned for 10 years
in a Soliet slave labor camp,
and by Herbert Romerstein,
minority chief investigator
for the House Committee on
Internal Security.
Romerstein, in his testi-
mony. related how the strug-
gle over anti-Semitism has
carried from Russia to the
U.S. In the early 1950s, said
Romerstein, one problem
that arose within the U.S.
party "was that some of its
Jewish members did not go
along with the position of
anti-Semitism. Many were
sympathetic to the formation
of the state of Israel.
"By 1952 and 1953, the
Soviets opposed Israel but
some people in the CPUSA
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twist and turn with the party
line; they were in support
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lishment of the Jewish state
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