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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-05

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16 Friday, August 5, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chudnovsky's Father Beaten Twice in a Week

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NEW YORK (JTA)—The
National Conference on So-
viet Jewry learned that
Wolf Chudnovsky, a Kiev re-
fusnik, was violently beaten
on July 29, the second time
within a onel-week period.
Chudnovsky is the father
of Grigory Chudnovsky,
who has been suffering
from myasthenia gravis, a
muscle-wasting and possi-
bly fatal disorder, for the
last 14 of his 25 years.
Since their application to
emigrate to Israel eight
months ago the family has
been subjected to severe
harassment. The NCSJ is
coordinating a major cam-
paign on behalf of the Chud-
novsky family.
Meanwhile, Senator Jack-
son sent a personal cable to
Leonid Brezhnev calling on
him on humanitarian
grounds to permit the Chud-
novsky family to emigrate
to Israel.
On July 23 Andrei Sakha-
rov said the 70-year-old par-
ents of this bedridden
mathematician, who have
applied to emigrate to Is-
rael, were beaten up on a
Kiev street.
In a related development,
the Al Tidom Association
has learned that a Soviet
Jewish prisoner of con-
science has been trans-
ferred from a regular pris-_

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pealed , to the Uoviet Union
to allow their father to join
them in Israel.
Meanwhile, the Al Tidom
Association announced it is.
embarking upon a cam-
paign to collect, examine
and repair used tefilin,
which will be given to So-
viet Jewish immigrants to
this country.
Individuals and congrega-
tions may send their used
tefilin to the organization.
The fefilin will be exam-
ined by a qualified sopher
(scribe) and repaired if nec-
essary, then distributed to
Soviet Jews throughout the
country.
Used tefilin in good condi-
tion may be set to the Al
Tidom Association, Suite
520, 156 Fifth Avenue, New
York, N.Y. 10010.
In New York the Anti-De-
famation League of Bnai
Brith charged that the So-
viet Union is aping the anti-
Semitic Czarist secret po-
lice with the release of a

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purported scientific study
of Jewish influence in the
United States.
According to Seymour D.
Reich, chairman of ADL's
fact finding committee, the
study—"International Zion-
ism: History and Policy,"
published earlier this year
by the Science Publishing
House—is "a modern echo
of the anti-Semitic forgery,
`The Protocols of the
Elders of Zion,' and is
equally fraudulent and ma-
levolent".

"What distinguishes this
new calumny from previous
Soviet works of the genre,"
Reich said, "is the free use
of the word 'Jew,' rather'
than 'Zionism,' in both the
publication and a com-
mentary by the official
Tass news agency. 'Zion-
ism' is the euphemism usu-
ally employed by the Rus-
sians to avoid the risk of
being accused of anti-Semi-
tism.

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Brodhead Aids Soviet Jews

Michigan Congressman and was for 28 years a pro-
William M. Brodhead (D-
fessor of metallurgy at the
17th District) reported that
Leningrad Institute for Ship-
Eugene and Sophia Rein-
building. Following a
berg have been -granted per- request for an exit visa,
mission to leave Russia to
Reinberg was demoted to
join their son who emi-
building repair foreman
grated earlier to Israel.
and was subjected to har-
assment.
Brodhead, active in ef-
In a related development,
forts for Soviet Jewish emi- the stepdaughter
and son-
gration, was apprised of the
in-law
of
human
rights
ac-
Reinberg case when their
son, Yuri, visited him in tivist Andrei D. Sakharov
have received permission to
Washington.
- emigrate from the Soviet
The elder Reinberg holds
Union with their two chil-
a PhD degree in physics
dren.

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Russian Violinist •
Markov. to Appear

Soviet Jewish violinist, Al-
bert Markov, who emi-
grated to the U.S. from Rus-
sia two years ago, will ap-
pear in concert 8:30 p.m. _
Aug. 20 at the Meadow
Brook Music Festival.
Markov held the title of
soloist for the Moscow State
Philharmonic from 1961 to
1975 and has performed ex-
tensively throughout the So-
viet Union.
He received the Queen
Elizabeth of Belgium Con-
cours Gold Medal in 1959.

Nurse Offers Advice on Care of Survivors

JERUSALEM—Advice to
Mg. Hirschfeld stated that
nurses on how to handle the
psychosomatic complaints
sufferings of Holocaust sur-
and psychological disorders
vivors, still strong after
are common among the sur-
more than 30 years, was de-
vivors. She stated that often
tailed in the July edition of
they are upset by mild ill-
the American Journal of
nesses and noises from
Nursing.
their surroundings that
Written by Miriam J. others would take kir grant-
ed.
Hirschfeld, a registered
She advises the nurse to
nurse and a doctoral stu-
"lend strength to the
dent in nursing from Israel
at the University of Califor- patient and try to be his
nia in San Francisco, the ar-
'auxiliary ego.'"
tide was adapted from a
The nurse's role in han-
speech she presented in Je- dling the survivor's medical'
rusalem at the 10th Inter- case, according to Ms.
national Congress of Ge- Hirschfeld, should be based
rontology. on the following:

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_•Working toward estab-
lishing basic trust with the
awareness that survivors
might be severely impaired
in their ability to form or
accept interpersonal rela-
tionships;
• Working with empathy
without being overwhelmed
by sympathy;
• Working through one's
own guilt feelings and expe-
riences
of
counter-
transference ;
• Assessing psychic and
physical energy available
and helping the patient plan
its expenditure most effi-
ciently;
• Respecting the patient's
way of coping and trying to
meet his various, some-
times strange needs, with-
out making him feel ash-
or guilty;
the Fresh Start Training amed
• Conveying that any
Program office in Brooklyn topic can be talked about;
which caters to people over that the nurse might not
the age of 40.
have the answer, or might
Lubinsky explained: "It not be able to console, but
is widely known that many that she is willing to listen
of the affected businessmen. if the patient wants to talk;
• Being willing to become
were middle-aged people a target
of anger, frustra-
who had spent many years tion and aggression—under-
in building up their business- standing its origin and show-
es and were now devas- ing the patient that there
tated by the looting during won't be sanctions for such
behavior;
the blackout."
• Using touch (if the
In addition to providing
patient
is ready for it) to
on-job-training funds, the convey warmth
and secu-
COPE effort for the victims rity along with the mes-
of the looting will also in- sage: I am here trying to
clude extensive career guid- protect you; and
• Being willing to make
ance and counseling, place-
ment in state-licensed voca- decisions and give direc-
tional schools, and referrals tions in matters of daily
care to a patient paralyzed
to Small Business Adminis- by
. his own anxiety, con-
tration programs to assist veying the message: It is
in the reconstruction of safe, I am doing the right
their businesses.
thing for you now.

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on to a "special psychiatric
prison" near Moscow.
Al Tidom sources de-
scribe Sitchovka as a tough,
maximum security facility
surrounded by five barbed
wire fences. Two high sen-
try towers are manned 24
hous a day and armed
guards with attack dogs pa-
trol the perimeter and the
prison compound itself.
Three hundred political
and 70 criminal prisoners
are confined in 11 two-story
barracks. They are pun-
ished for any infraction of
the prison rules by severe
beatings. Jews receive the
most severe treatment. On
April 10 a Georgian Jew,
1Vlichaloshvili, imprisoned
for wanting to emigrate to
Israel, was beaten to death
at Sitchovka.
In New York it was
learned, the son and daugh-
ter 'of Dina Zlotver, a So-
viet Jewish activist who
died of cancer in her home-
town of Sverdlovsk, have ap-

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NEW YORK (JTA)—A
special program to assist
merchants whose business-
es were destroyed during
the July 13-14 blackout has
been established by Project
COPE ( Career Opportu :
nities and Preparation for
Employment), the career
guidance and job training
agency of Agudath Israel of
America.
The major thrust of the
program will be to provide
on-job-training funds and
vocational training to those
affected by the events of
mid-July.
According to Rabbi Men-
achem Lubinsky, director
of Project COPE, the pro-
gram will operate out of
COPE offices throughout
the city, but primary em-
phasis will- be given through

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