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October 15, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ,

38 Friday, October 15, 1976

Soviets Urged to Allow Refusnik
Salansky to Join Mother in Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Greater New York
Conference on Soviet
Jewry has urged Soviet
authorities to comply
with the last wish of Ida

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Salansky, mother of re-
fusenik Naum Salansky,
who is under treatment
for terminal cancer in Is-
rael. Her wish is "to see
n-1Y -son before I die. -
Mrs. Salansky emig-
rated to Israel last Au-
gust in the b.elief that her
son and his family would
soon follow. But Salansky
is still denied a visa. Ac-
cording to Bernard Kap-
lan, chairman of the Sta-
ten Island Committee for
Soviet Jewry, he is being
harassed with false re-
ports that his mother is
not receiving medical
care in Israel because she
can't afford it.
"We have forwarded
copies of Mrs. Salansky's
hospital records to Naum
as further repudiation of
the USSR's barbarous
lies, - Kaplan said.
Meanwhile, the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry.
has termed a Kremlin de-
nunciation of its greeting
card project to Russian
Jews as "a welcome indica-
tion of USSR sensitivity to

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Western pressure."
The official Soviet news
agency Tass had branded
as "provocative" SSSJ's
program of sending
nearly 20,000 cards with a
Jewish calendar and
greetings from American
to Soviet Jews.
Tass accused the stu-
dent group of picking
names from Russian
telephone directories and
sending cards from loca-
tions in the U.S. and
Europe.
"Everyone knows there
just is no such thing as
the problem of Soviet
Jews," Tass insisted. The
issue is merely "p, de-
magogic device resorted
to by American Con-
gressmen to round up
Zionisl votes."
"In truth, - a SSSJ
spokesman said, "the ac-
cusation we took names
from phone books is
laughable because there
are virtually no direc-
tories available in the
USSR.
"Only the names of
those who have made
known their desire to re-
ceive mail from the West
are -listed. They tell us
these cards bring them
renewed hope. -
The greeting cards,
with names and addres-
ses of SoViet Jews, are av-
ailable free from the
SSSJ, 200 W. 72nd St.
30-31, New York City,
N.Y. 10023. -
In Washington, the
Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews has an-
nounced three new af-
filiates, bringing the total
of autonomous units
within the organization
to 19.
The new units are the
Alabama. Committee to
Soviet Jews (ACTS) in
Montgomery, the Min-
nesota-Dakotas Action
Committee in Min-
neapolis, and the Chicago
-Action for Soviet Jewry.
The information de-
partment of the Soviet
embassy in Washington
this week submitted to
The Jewish News - a
lengthy article by Igor
Troyanovsky of the
Novosti Press Agency,
the official USSR news
agency, contending that
Jews attended Rosh
Hashana services in the -
Moscow synagogue.

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