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March 25, 1988 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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"Autograph," an interview
with Soviet emigres
Elkhonen and Lydia Yoffe,
will air at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day on WTVS Channel 56.
Elkhonen is head librarian
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University.

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backlash to the political and
financial crisis boiling in the
Central American country,
according to Jewish officials
who have been in touch
recently with some of the
1,800 Jews there.
Rabbi Morton Rosenthal,
Latin American affairs direc-
tor for the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, said a
dozen congregational leaders
told him last week during his
fact-finding mission there
that they feared a recurrence
of the events of last June and
July.
The National Civil
Crusade, the Panamanian op-
position movement, called a
general strike in June, which
many Jewish store owners in
Panama City declined to
honor, Rosenthal said.
Although non-Jewish
shopkeepers also failed to
comply, a campaign of anti-
Semitic leaflets and death
threats followed in July. The
rabbi said Crusade leaders
tacitly conceded to him last
week that members of their
group mounted the drive.
Rosenthal said the Crusade
has since instituted controls
to identify fliers that were
authorized by their members.
The Crusade leaders "assured
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