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November 26, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Golda Seeks Aid
for Israel Economy

NEW YORK — Former
Prime Minister Golda
Meir called on American
and Canadian Jewry to
help maintain Israel's
development program to
avoid the threat of un-
employment, to enable
the country to provide
jobs for new immigrants
and to make it possible for
Israel to negotiate peace
from a position of
economic strength.

Friday, November 26, 1976 13

Soviets Rescind Charges
Against Ahs, Chernobilsky

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Mrs. Meir, who spoke

by telephone from her

home in Tel Aviv to a
meeting of, the national
campaign cabinet of the
Israel Bond Organization
at the Waldorf Astoria in
New York, emphasized
that Israel's economic
development program
depended to a very large
extent on the proceeds
from the sale of Israel
Bonds.

Russian Jewish "refusenik" Boris Chernobilsky,
right, is shown with his wife Elena and two daughters in
a photograph obtained by the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry.
NEW YORK (JTA) — lowing his initial visa ap-
Soviet authorities have plication, he was expelled
unexpectedly released from the Voronezh Uni-
Chaim Herzog, Israel's two Jewish activists who versity mathematics de-
Ambassador to the Un- were facing prison terms partment.
Meanwhile, the re-
ited Nations, was the of up to five years for
principal speaker at the their part in demonstra- mains of Yiddish author,
afternoon meeting which tions by Moscow Jews last Mendele Mocher Sforiin
officially inaugurated an month to demand to know (1835-1917), have been
intensive cash campaign why they have been de- transferred by Soviet au-
thorities to a Christian
for the collection of all nied exit visas.
Boris Chernobilsky and cemetery in his home
outstanding Israel Bond
commitments in the Un- Dr. Iosif Ahs, who were to town in Odessa, the Grea-
stand trial on charges of ter New York Conference
ited States and Canada.
"malicious hooliganism," on Soviet Jewry reports.
were told by Soviet au-
Originally located in
thorities that they were the Old Jewish Cemetery
being freed because it of Odessa, his gravestone
.71101ait
was their first offense is now flanked by Christ-
and because both are ian crosses atop Christian
gravestones. This is yet
CUSTOM FURNITURE & family men.
The National Confer- another violation of the
CARPET CLEANING
ence on Soviet Jewry cal- cultural provisions of the
led the move "unpre- Helsinki accords, the
ON LOCATION
GNYCSJ says.
cedented."
According to the NCSJ,
veteran activist Vladimir
Phone
Slepak attributed the
Soviet action to pressure
549-7170
from the United States.
NEW YORK — Israel
It was also reported Pollak, head of Polgat
that Mark Lutsker, a Textiles, was honored at
HOUSEHOLD
former "prisoner of con- Shaare Zedek Hospital's
SALES
science' who recently fifth annual dinner Wed-
completed a two-year nesday in the Knesset
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS
sentence on charges of under the patronage of
APPRAISALS
draft evasion, was President Ephraim Kat-
Let professionals han-
granted an exit visa to zir.
dle your household
The hospital's Board of
join his fiance in Israel.
Lutsker was a key or- Governors, noted that
and estate sales.
ganizer of the September Pollak had displayed an
I.G.S. ASSOCIATES
protest by Kiev Jews over exemplary and mag-
DAY or
Soviet failure to nanimous response to the
EVENING
memorialize more than urgent social and medical
569-0219
100,000 Jews slain by the needs of Israel, in addi-
Nazis at Babi Yar. Fol- tion to his outstanding ef-
642-7137
forts in furthering the
economic development of
the country.
THE
On the first anniver-
sary of the passing of
Edith Pollak, the late wife
of Israel Pollak, Shaare
announces extended
Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem has an-
nounced that a modern
GIFT
cobalt ray treatment
HOURS
facility will be named in
her memory in the new
Shaare Zedek Medical
FRI., NOV.26
Center now under con-
THURS., DEC.2
9:30AM
struction.

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Jewish males who, for one
reason or another, failed
to celebrate becoming
Bar Mitzva at the tra-
ditional age of 13, are
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