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June 19, 1987 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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Other locations: Wayne and Lincoln Park

Effective June 29, 1987

Metropolitan Eye
Surgeons

Metropolitan Eye Surgeons

are pleased to announce
the relocation of our West Bloomfield office
to the following address:

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(Located just West of Orchard Lake Road)
Phone (313) 855-3346

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June 23, 25, 30, July 2, 7, 9 • 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

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21550 West Twelve Mile Road • Southfield

Tradition and Reform in
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Dr. Todd Endelman,
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University of Michigan.

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Peres Charges USSR With
Reneging On Agreements

Jerusalem — The Soviet
Union has reneged on several
agreements it had reached
with Israel, Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres said last week
in an address to the conven-
tion of the Independent Lib-
eral Party in Tel Aviv. Peres
warned that "the aliyah issue
is slipping out of our hands."

been dampened by the op-
position within Israel to an
international peace conference.
The Soviets are thought to
be unwilling to accede to the
Peres preconditions and
thereby antagonize their
Arab allies for a conference
that now appears to be in-
creasingly remote.

There was "a sharp back-
tracking by the Soviet Union
in its dialogue with Israel,"
he said, "and additional
tireless efforts must be made
to increase aliyah from the
Soviet Union."
This was the first public
statement by the Israeli
foreign minister on the
decline in relations between
Moscow and Jerusalem, which
had recently shown signs of
improvement.
Last month, a Soviet con-
sular diplomatic was sched-
uled to visit Israel, ostensibly
to inspect Soviet and Russian
Orthodox Church property, but
the visit did not materialize.
There was speculation that
such a delegation might have
stayed on indefinitely, form-
ing the nucleus of an unof-
ficial Soviet diplomatic mis-
sion to Israel.
Moscow broke off relations
after the Six Day War and
pledged not to restore ties un-
til Israel withdraws from ter-
ritories it occupied during the
war.
The first official contacts
between Israel and the Soviet
Union after almost 20 years
took place in Helsinki last
August.
The meeting broke up after
less than a day, however,
because Israel refused to con-
fine the discussions to strict-
ly consular matters and in-
sisted on bringing up the sub-
ject of Jewish emigration.
Peres had insisted that
mass Jewish emigration and
the restoration of diplomatic
relations were preconditions
for Soviet participation in an
international peace con-
ference on the Middle East.
There were indications that
Moscow might have been pre-
pared to at least partially
fulfill the requirements in
order to secure its seat at the
conference table.
Soviet officials had prom-
ised American Jewish leaders
Morris Abrams and Edgar
Bronfman that almost 12,000
Soviet Jews would be allowed
to emigrate this year, and
Israeli officials were informed
of the imminent visit of the
Soviet consular delegation.
However, it is believed that
Moscow's enthusiasm has

Yad Vashem Gets
Documents On
Grodno Jewry

.

Jerusalem (JTA) — A five-
volume documented study of
the destruction of the Jewish
community of Grodno, a city
in northeast Poland, was
presented to the Yad Vashem
Archives last Sunday by
Nazi-hunters Serge and Beate
Klarsfeld.
The study includes trial
and pre-trial documents from
war crimes proceedings con-
ducted in West Germany
which the German authorities
had refused to release until
now.
The volumes are collective-
ly titled °°Documents Con-
cerning the Destruction of
the Jews of Grodno, 1941-
1945." Copies will be dis-
tributed to all of the major
documentation centers on the
Nazi era and war criminal
archives.
Of the 35,000 Jews in the
Grodno ghetto who were
deported to Auschwitz and
11.eblinka, 70 survived. One of
the survivors, Felix Sandman,
who testifies at the trials of
the Gestapo commanders in
charge of the ghetto, said that
he had asked the German
government at the time to
release the trial documents,
but was refused. He said he
appealed to Klarsfeld who
eventually succeeded in ob-
taining the documents.

ISrael Loses
Fifth Straight
In Hoop Tourney

Athens (JTA) — Israel's na-
tional basketball team con-
tinued its losing streak last
week in the European basket-
ball championship, falling to
a mediocre French team 96-93
after leading at the start of
the second half.
It was the fifth consecutive
loss for the Israeli hoopsters
in the 12-nation tournament.
They lost to weak Polish team
83-77. That followed a 99-97
drubbing by Italy, an 112-107
overtime loss to West Ger-
many, and a loss to the Dutch
team by a score of 61-60.

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