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May 08, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday May 8, 1981

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Soviets Tighten the Reins
on Public Jewish Gatherings

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(from 4 p.m.)

SERVING OUR POPULAR

ALL YOU CAN EAT
CHINESE BUFFET

FROM 4:30 p.m. FRI., SAT. & SUN.
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Open Mona thru Sat.
11:30 a.m-2:30 CI-M.

MOTHER'S DAY

OPEN 2-8 p.m.

Reservations Suggested!

McFROCK'S

Saloon

(Below - Roman Terrace)

OPEN FOR LUNCH
STARTING MON., MAY 4 i

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The official noose around
unofficial gatherings of
Moscow Jews grew tighter
as KGB agents Sunday pro-
hibited a mass memorial
meeting to victims of the
Holocaust in the Ovrazhki
woods near Moscow, it was
reported by the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry
and the Union of Councils
for Soviet Jews.
In an earlier move to halt
unofficial gatherings,
Soviet_ authorities shut
down a weekly biophysics
seminar led by Prof. Ale-
xander Lerner which had
been operating for the past
six years.
Meanwhile, Dr. Vladi-
mire Kislik, the 46-year-old
activist from Kiev, who was
arrested March 19 after he
left a Purim party and was
charged with assaulting a
woman, has been placed in
the notorious psychiatric
ward of Kiev's Pavlov Hos-
pital.
Alexi Murzhenko was
reported by his wife, who
visited him in the Perm
labor camp, to be suffer-
ing from an advanced
state of tuberculosis.
The mother of POC Yuri
Federov, who visited him
also in the Perm labor camp,
reported that he has been ill
for the last six weeks and is
unable to work.

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Featuring A
Special MOTHER'S DAY Menu

(Children's Menu Also Available)

MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW

NOW APPEARING

TUES. THRU SAT.

LARRY
NOZERO
Quartet

358-3355

In Washington, Soviet
prisoner of conscience Ida
Nudel's 50th birthday was
marked with praise for her
bravery and demands that
the Soviet Union release
her from exile in Siberia
and allow her to emigrate to
Israel.
A delegation from the
Congressional Wives for
Soviet Jewry led by Mrs.
Dee Ann Jepsen, wife of
Sen. Roger Jepsen (R-Iowa),
tried to present a letter to
Soviet Ambassador Anatoly
Dobrynin, but the delega-
tion was told the embassy
was closed for the day.
Lev Riotburd, a former
Soviet activist now living
in Israel, appeared be-
fore the Soviet Embassy
and at a ceremony earlier
on Capitol Hill sponsored
by the Congressional
Vigil on Soviet Jewry led
by Rep. Michael Barnes
(D-Md.).
At both ceremonies, a let-
ter was read from Nudel in
which she expressed her
"deep gratitude" to those
throughout the world who
have demonstrated "con-
cern for my fate during
these painful years of exile."
In New York, the Soviet
Jewry Research Bureau
(SJRB) of the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry re-
ported that 1,155 Soviet
Jews arrived in Vienna in
April.

House Committee
Votes $1.5 Billion
to Israel, Egypt

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Earmarking of more than
$1.5 billion in U.S. eco-
nomic aid for Israel and
Egypt for the next fiscal
year (beginning Oct. 1)
passed by a 12-8 margine
yesterday in the House
Foreign Affairs Committee.
The approval was under-
stood to be a gesture of U.S.
encouragement for the
Camp David peace process.
Under the bill, $785 mil-
lion was specified for Israel
and $750 for Egypt, out of a
total of some $2.5 billion in
economic aid proposed for
fiscal 1982 in pending
foreign aid legislation.

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