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Screened :=:: Reference Checked,  Insured and on(led. tfl We Day salary, taxes, ... .,....- and ,,.d,e records. 849:0070 I II I I I t Sharansky Charges Calle, L NEW YORK, (JTA) -- Testimony on behalf of Soviet Jewish emigration activist Anatoly Shararlsky, presently being held in Moscow's Lefortovo prison, and under investigation by Soviet authorities on a treason charge, has been brought out to this coun- try to be read at an investigatory commission scheduled for mid- September in Washington, it was reported by the National Con- ESTELLE KLEIN Save Time Save Money q00agfair 00imiieb Executive Secretarial / Answering Service / Resumes / Shorthand & Cassette Transcriptions / / Legal & Tax Forms / 400 New York Ave. Winter Park, FL 32789 Phone 628-3037 ference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ). The commission will listen to wit- ness and evidentiary material at a public hearing in the nation's capital. The documents from the USSR consist of a series of depositions citing the "absurdity" of the charges against Sharansky and his actual activities. They were obtained by the NCSJ for the fall commission. All those signing the documents have previously applied to emigrate to Israel and have been consistently denied. "Because of his excellent knowledge of English, and his grasp of Soviet law, Sharansky of- ten gave lectures, translated and interpreted for foreign journalists, visiting politicians and friends," wrote Dr. Alexander Lerner. Ler- ner, a resident of Moscow who first applied to leave in 1971 said that Sharansky's activities were both "open and legal. He was never in- volved in secret work or had any of the information which he is ac- cused of passing on to foreign C h Restaurant Featurinl Pekin Szechuan, Cantonese and Mandarine Cuisine OUR CHEF SUGGESTS PU PU PLATTER for Two...Fried WonTon, EggRoli, Chicken Wings, Fantail Shrimp. 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The relatively minor but it the fragile nature of Menachem Begin's parliamentary majority. Only 35 coalition MKs Agriculture Sharon's proposal to the agenda a motion to4 central to production and derived form livestock. MKs voted for an motion by Akiva Dem( (DMC) to refer Feder'S committee. The will decide which deal with it. French Canadians Anatoly Sharansky A group of Jewish activists in Minsk, all of them refusniks, ex- pressed fears in their deposition that Sharansky, a 29-year-old computer specialist, may not get an open and fair trial, should the Soviets decide to prosecute. Ac- cording to former Soviet Col. Lev Ovishcher, one of the Minsk group signing the document, "we have no doubt that his innocence could be proven in any open court. Our con- cern is that the possibility exists that any such trial may not take place." "In Jewish history," the group continued, "there are other exam- ples of such trials; the Dreyfuss case in France, the Beilis case in Czarist Russia, the 'Doctors' Plot' in the Soviet Union. In all these cases the truth finally triumphed. The innocence of the accused was fully proved and all that remained in history was a nasty trace. But in each of those examples, the very fact that the trial was held provoked an upsurge of anti- Semitism. We feel that if Sharan- sky was tried on a charge of betraying country and spying for a foreign power, there is the possibility that a similar wave could be produced today...." TORONTO, (JTA) professor and rabbi has the first Canadian to prestigious Brod Award for ch Academy, for on the emancipation Jews. Dr. David founder of the Jewish studies at the Montreal, was Academy's decision several days ago. said his book, "The Of Jews in France Regime to the End Empire," took 30 yearS ch. 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