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)U.v 3o, . i Mayors ,ed Naked ,EM, July (JTA---A )f Israeli mayor d the Congress 0 onal Federation 0 in Leningrad laS :ed that some 0 stripped naked bY. 5ties who searched :and their baggag e were permitted to 'iet Union. r of the delegation, _r of Tel Aviv, re" rorst indignity Was Leningrad Airport. were stripped na peiser said. "The} attache cases anC of our suitcase [ to be looldng f0 aer written matelr le we thought the r s to prevent o!r ,m Russia altoget fly after an hour they stamped, ou! d let us go,' h, ag to Mr. Speiser S redeeming aspect to Russia was the ldance at Saturday ices at the Lenin" )gue." ther" but that !t le to kill "in det" Lomes, our way of he regretted i )rld War II whiC :tarted by Jews to ple to killing otlae] He also deplor rg trials of N az Lkers claimed tbe ed by NatiOnP ere Jews. d Fields, a Geo: or who is nation! the Party r io .,hind Negro ' le party's orgaz !" :y lectured on r "prove" that e t "the chosen r Christ "was no1 s legate from N  .d to that state ts ows 'roans Pr°i 6% Ar000[ y (JTA)--ThiY" | of the West Ge!: n supports . n in the Mia.: with only 6 . g the Arab IY'. percent consid , utral and 8 pe pinion. the results of: 'esentative cr°st 50 million we " d P" reporte .. richte, a G. !w }ra:v;i[sht !e , g. zi ed from e _. cond World Wa- :ation at )f Business incorporatod /I rn 2517 • 2ncl Sffls [L¥ 30, , 970 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT "Sense of Jewishness Shaky" Radical Students Seek Identity NEW YORK (JTA)--A group .of radical Jewish students, seek- !gg to organize themselves to ht injustice as Jews, decided nat, to do so, they needed to know more about Judaism in a candid acknowledgement that their sense of identity as Jews Was shaky• As a first step, they agreed to a suggestion from a Jewish center official that they Create a Free University of Jewish studies, operating in the center but entirely under con- trol of the students. j The identity struggle of the ewish students was reported by Saul J. Father. The encounter began when some of the Jewish radicals met with the executive director and told him they had created a "Jews for a Radical Society" group• They asked for and were given permission to hold their meetings in the center• At their first meeting, they told the director about a program they had conducted on the campus, commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising• Held in the campus free-speech area, the program featured poetry, read- ing, singing and speeches, hail- ing the resistance of the War- saw Ghetto Jews against the TIME CORRESPONDENT SAYS... Nazis. At the close of the pro- gram, the Jewish students pa- raded, wearing armbands bear- ing the word "Jude•" The radicals told the director that the program and the pa- rade had given them a feeling of identification as Jews which few of them had known. They also indicated "that they needed to know more about Judaism since their own sense of identity as Jews was shaky," Many admit- ted they knew nothing about Judaism and reported that this was "a handicap" in their con- tacts with other students• Arab Rulers Fear Marxist Take Over Of Terrorist Mobs _ LONDON (JTA)- The Arab giving political direction to the ideology and it will support gOVernments are alarmed at the Palestine Liberation movement. Arab regimes that have out- PrOspect of a Marxist take-over of. the guerrilla movement, tilmes coorespondent Paul Mar- in reported from Beirut. They See a threat to their very exist- ence in the rise of the extreme left, notably the Popular Front [or the Liberation of Palestine eaded by Dr. George Habbash, . militant Marxist who has pro- claimed his goal to be the de- Struction of the existing Arab gimes as well as of Israel Mr. rtin said. The Popular Front and its eo yen more extreme leftwing ttShoots are a minority among e guerrillas but, in the view of ue Arab governments, they are They have an advantage over the more powerful and relative- ly moderate El Fatah in that they are sustained from outside the Arab orbit whereas El Fa- tah depends upon the Arab re- gimes for material support. This fact has enabled the extremists to set the pace in the conflict between the Palestini- ans and the regimes of Jordan and Lebanon. Informed sources however say the Soviet Union appears to be moving toward support of King Hussein and E1 Fatah, despite Dr. Habbash's avowedly Marxist aims. Observ- ers point out that Soviet policy is based on pragmatism not l(u Klux Klaners Moving To George Wallace Camp The "third Ku Klux Klan ania '' in the nation's history s come to a close, according a new report by the Race ttelations Information Center, W.hich credits the Anti-Defama- non League of B'nai B'rith with .. major eontribution to the Klan's eurrent eollapse. • Concentrating on North Caro- |' na, the report asserts that ;an membership has dropped o 600 from a peak of six to sev- rthousand just four years ago. itten by Dwayne Walls, a Porter for the CHARLOTTE ,,SERVER, the report states: If North Carolina is an accur- " standard- and there is evidence that it is- the Na- .uon s third'Ku Klux Klan mania s ended.,, ,,K! n what the repert calls .mnwatching," the Center °ts out that Klan activity is s,mer constant observation by re. h organizations as "the Fed- t al Bureau of Investigation, e n State Bureau of lnvestiga- Z ", several local police depart- ants, and at least one private,  acy, the Anti-Defamation oagae of B'nai B'rith." It goes a-¶o say that "some of the afas effective reporting of Klan &n is supplied by ... the t-,"'uetamation Lea ue. All "°ralation develoledgb them "" rans • - Y • b-.. mtted to annronnate ""Tenf°rcement agenci'es."' lar.e e report cautions that a i s Part of the KKK's decline t-P°PUlarity and membership Y°Ughout the South ma be "-e t Y ',::,9,. the political .rise of George Wallace, and that "it is competing today with dozens of other right-wing organizations, ranging from the John Birch Society to the White Citizens Councils." lowed their local Communist parties, but will oppose leaders like Dr. Habbash. By the Jewish Fed- eration and Council of Greater Seattle DICTATING EQUIPMENT IN GOOD WORKING ORDER The €ontribution of any dictating equipment will be most grateful- ly appreciated. Get a $35 wig when you move your money to any of our 3 offices. UNION FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 1504-:4th a 83a:.Sth N.,W. 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