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June 23, 1989 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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/ BRUCE WEISS

SINCE 1892

We've made
our move...



Aeroflot May
Fly To Israel

Aviv (JTA) — Aeroflot
has agreed in principle to
operate direct air service from
the Soviet Union to Israel.
The Soviet airline advised
El Al Israel Airlines that it
has agreed to the flights, sub-
ject to approval on the
political level. Aeroflot and El
Al are the national airlines of
their respective countries.
If the agreement goes
through, the first stage ap-
parently would be charter
flights from Moscow to Ben-
Gurion Airport, near Tel Aviv.
Israel has been seeking for
years to channel Jews who
leave the Soviet Union with
Israeli visas directly to Israel.
But there has been no direct
air link since the Soviets
severed diplomatic relations
with Israel in 1967.
Moscow-Tel Aviv flights
could eliminate the transit
stopover in Vienna, where
about 90 percent of the
emigres opt to settle in the
United States or other
Western countries instead of
Israel.
The Israelis call them
"drop-outs" and hope direct
flights will reduce the
phenomenon.
The flights could also
facilitate the growing tourist
business between the two
countries. Last year, an
estimated 10,000 Soviet Jews
visited Israel.

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Owner Needed
For Haggadah

Geneva (JTA) — The Wolf
Haggadah, a valuable, 14th
century manuscript whose
ownership is contested by par-
ties from at least three na-
tions, now has a temporary
home in the vault of a Swiss
courthouse.
The Haggadah, which is
valued at about $500,000,
had been scheduled to go on
sale Monday at the Habsburg
Feldman auction house here.
But a Geneva judge ruled
that the rare manuscript
could not be auctioned until
its current ownership is ascer-
tained. Judge Vladimir
Stemberger said he would ex-
amine the competing claims
and rule on the matter in a
month's time.
Stemberger said that four
parties have laid claim to the
Haggadah ownership: the
Jewish communities of both
East and West Berlin, Polish
authorities acting on behalf
of Warsaw's Jewish Historical
Institute, as well as a private
individual from New York,
whom the judge declined to
name.

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