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January 06, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-06

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6 Friday, January 6, 1978

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prominent Canadian Lawyer Embarks on Israeli Trip
to Probe befen'te of Soviet Dissident Anatoly Sharansky

MONTREAL (J,TA)—Dr. • action on Sharansky's be- Cotler said that "Sharansky
Irwin Fotler, professor of
half.
is a symbol of human rights
law at McGill University
When Avital Sharansky
and his case is a litmus test
and a leading civil rights
was in Montreal several
of the validity and the effi-
lawyer, has left for Israel
weeks ago, she gave Cotler
eacy of the Helsinki ac-
and Europe to discuss with power of attorney to act as
cords."
the wife of Anatoly Sha- counsel for her husband who
He noted that Sharansky,
ransky and other Soviet ac- has been imprisoned in• a
a leading Moscow Jewish
tivist emigrants about the
prison in Moscow for nine
activist, has been held in-
possibility of starting legal
months.
communicado in prison, de-
In an interview with Bar-

nied access to a counsel or
bara
Frum on CBC-TV's
visits from his mother, and
Doi ly---Hospita
"As It Happens,•• recently,
has already been convicted
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for publication in a scien-
prss, all in violation of the
tific journal.
USSR's own constitution
This, despite the fact that,
and principles of justice.
according to the appeal, the
Cotler pointed out that the
artice in question had been
Soviets recently extended– cleared for publication by
the investigation period in
Soviet scientific authorities
order to hold Sharansky and
several years ago.
stressed that "international
The police also plan to use
protests will be more impor-
his "personal opinions about
tant than ever. If the Soviet
emigration policy," the ap-
Union senses the world is
peal noted.
indifferent, they will move
In Washington, Rep. Ben-
against Scharansky and the
jamin A. Gilman (R-NY)
dissident movement as a
has disclosed that the Soviet
whole.
Union is systematically in-
"It is important that the
terrupting the receipt of let-
Soviets appreciate the po
ters and packages sent by
litical costs to them of this
Americans to persons in the
basic supervision of human
USSR.
rights."_
In a report he prepared
In New York, a group of for the House Committee on
Catholic, Protestant and
Post Office and Civil Serv-
Jewish leaders have called
ice, Gilman documented
on the Soviet Union to- im-
what he termed a Soviet
mediately release Sha-
scheme to isolate its Jewish
ransky, and they also ap-
population in general, and
pealed to the commandant
the activists in particular,
of Camp Potma No. 1 to from any contact with the
grant clemency to .Edward outside world.
Kumetsov, the Soviet Jew-
He recommended that the
ish "Prisoner of Con-
committee initiate a formal
science" who is ill on the
inquiry into the Soviet
18th day of •his hunger
Union's "deliberate inter-
strike.
ference" with the flow of
The religious leaders
international mail, that a
helped launch a petition
resolution be introduced
campaign on Sharansky's
urging the Executive
behalf. The petition de-. Branch of the U.S. govern-
mands that Sharansky be ment to lodge a formal pro-
granted his freedom so that test with the USSR over
he can rejoin his wife in
failure to adhere to the Uni-
Israel.
versal Postal Convention of
The plea for Sharansky which the Soviets are a sig-
and Kuznetsov was made at natory,
and that U.S. postal
a news conference in front
representatives at the next
of Rockefeller Center, in
Universal Postal Union
Manhattan, amidst the tra-
(UPU) Congress be in-
ditional gaiety of New structed to propose a resolu-
York's holiday setting.
tion calling for a strength-
The program and the peti- e n e d role for the
tion drive were coordinated international bureau to en-
by the Greater New York Sure member states' con-
Conference on Soviet Jewry. pliance with UPU regu-
Meanwhile, it was learned lations.
that a Soviet refusnik phys-
Meanwhile, the Hebrew .
icist is facing criminal pros-
Immigrant Aid Society
ecution as a result of his
(HIAS) reported it assisted
scientific activity, accord-
6,358 Jewish refugees from
ing to an appeal addressed the Soviet Union during the
to the Committee of Con-
first nine months of 1977, a
cemed Scientists by a, group 16 percent increase over the
of digsident Soviet scien-
corresponding period in
tists.
1976.
The Committee co-chair-
Soviet Jews accounted for
man Prof. Peter Pershan, a 92 percent of the agency's
Harvird physicist, de-
overall caseload.
nounced the persecution of
Of the 6,358. Soviet Jews
Dr. Vladimir Kislik and ech-
assisted, 5,615 arrived in the
oed the words of the appeal,
United Staes; 315 settled in
saying, "The defense of Kis- Australia and New Zealand;
lik is the defense of scien- 270 came to Canada; and
tific freedom."
143 went to Western Eurbpe
Kislik applied for per-
and 15 to Latin America.
mission in 1973 to emigrate
The 5,615 Soviet Jews
to Israel.
helped to the U.S. were in-
Kislik, an authority in the
itially resettled in 116 corn-
field of radiation physics,
munities in 33 states as well
has been told by Soviet
as the District of Columbia.
secret police that he is
Of those who arrived in
liable for prosecution
the U.S., 2,714 were males
because he sent an article
and 2,901 were females;
to the U.S. for publication
1,441 were age 20 and under,
in a scientific •ournal.

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The five-year program,
which calls for increased
tuition and fees at all levels
of instruction to help main-
tain standards• of excellence
and provide for strength-
ened and improved instruc-
tional tools, was adopted by
the board of trustees.
Stanley E. Stern, board
vice chairman, said the plan
involves the university's
broad range of con-
stituencies in an intensive
funding effort and the facul-
ty in a drive for increased
enrollment and strength-
ening of academic offerings.
Officials said funding for
the program will be sought
over the next five years
through a "carefully in-
tegrated, realistic effort"
encompassing present uni-
versity campaigns, includ-
ing the Rabbi Isaac Elcha-
nan Theological Seminary
and the Benjamin Cardozo,
School of Law. Stem said
the Albert Einstein College
of yedicine will undertake
its own program.
Whoever teaches his son
teaches not only 'his son but
also his son's son—and so on
to the end of generations.
—Talmud

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I believe people want to buy their car from a dealership they can put their
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years of age and 1,469 were
51 and older.
Further analysis indicated
that 3,414 were in the labor
force, equally divided be-
tween men. and women.
This labor force comprised
475 engineers, 252 tech-
nicians and 818 other profes-
sionals.
Women outnumbered men
among the professionals (31
percent - 17 percent ), white
collar workers,.(28 percent -
seven percent) and in serv-
ice occupations (19 percent 2
13 percent). The reverse
was true in engineering (19
percent men - eight percent
women) and in the blue col- --
lar field (31 percent men -
four percent women).

* * *

Hockey Game
Scene of Protest

The Detroit Committee
for Soviet Jewry passed out
flyers appealing for political
and moral support of Ana-
toly Sharansky and other
Soviet dissidents Tuesday at
a hockey gameplayed be-
tween the University of
Michigan team and the Mos-
cow Dynamos at Olympia
Stadium.
The.co-mmittee also began
a campaign to place "Help
Save Soviet Jewry" signs
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