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April 06, 1979 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

60 Friday, April 6, 1919



Mrs. Begin Meets With Congre s sional
Wives Association to Help Soviet Jewry

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
In a move designed to em-
phasize the concern Israel
has for the Soviet Jewish
prisoners of conscience,
Aliza Begin met with the
Congressional Wives for

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Soviet Jewry. Attending the
meeting were former pris-
oner Silva Zalmanson and
Meir Khnokh, wife of POC
Leib Khnokh.
Meanwhile, Prof. Ale-
xander Tiemkin is battling
the Soviets for the release of
his 19-year-old daughter,
Marina, who was kidnapped
from her father and
grandmother six years ago
after receiving permission
to leave for, Israel.

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Avital Shcharansky, center, wife of jailed Soviet
Jewish refusnik Anatoly Shcharansky, displays the
ring she wished the Soviet Union Mission representa-
HAND CRAFTED TOOLED
tives to give to her husband to replace the one confis-
LEATHER BELTS
cated by prison authorities as "state property." C9n-
DRESS LEATHER BELTS
gressmen who accompanied Mrs. Shcharansky to the
Soviet Mission in. New York, were barred from ap-
prOaching the mission.
3 FOR$11
— 1' EACH
According to the Student Moscow.
OTHERS AT $5; $8 AND- $10
PEARL SCISSORS
Struggle for Soviet Jewry,
Letters protesting the
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Marina was taken for "re- Soviets' treatment of Miss
education" in a youth camp Tiemkin should be mailed
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and her father was forced to Soviet Ambassador
LARGEST BUCKLE DISPLAY IN MICHIGAN SAS
from the USSR.
Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet
Ey:
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OL F481. 1 MILE
Miss Tiemkin is forbid- Embassy, 1125 16th St.,
2240 COOLIDGE 5 BuLLN
den from visiting her N.W., Washington, D.C.,
V454885
Monday thru Saturday - WS
FREE.PARKING
grandmother who is ill in 20036.
In Washington; Michigan
Congressman James Blan-
chard (D-Pleasant Ridge) is
OPEN 7 DAYS
co-sponsoring a resolution
Mon. thru Sat., 8 to 6 p.m.
calling on the Soviet Union
SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
to stop interrupting U.S.
South of Maple
6720 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
mail addressed to persons in
WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
FREE PARKING
the USSR. The 'resolution
626-4656
was introduced by Con-
gressman Benjamin A.
Gilman (R-N.Y.).
In Rome, _it was reported
that there are currently
10,000 Soviet Jewish refu-
gees awaiting transfer to Is-
rael and the U.S.
TURKEYS, ROASTING CHICKENS,
Sidney Leiwant, Ameri-
can ORT Federation
CAPONS, BRISKETS, DELMONICOS,
president, said that nearly
5,000 persons per month-are
RIB ROASTS, etc.
arriving at the transit cen-
ter, which is an annual rate
of 60,000 immigrants.

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Sunday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Appeals Court
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Friday, April 20th

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Judge Phyllis Kravitch
of Savannah, Ga., has
. been appointed to the
U.S. Court of Appeals —
the third woman in his-
tory to sit on the Appeals
Court bench. Judge
Kravitch is the recipient
of the Hannah G. Sol-
omon Award of the Na- .
tional Council of Jewish
Women, presented to her
by the Savannah. Section.

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