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February 20, 1976 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-20

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Sisco Urges Close Tie Between
Administration, Jewish Leaders

NEW YORK (JTA) — Un-
dersecretary of State for
Political Affairs Joseph J.
Sisco said that he had
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in the long-range goals be-
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tration and called for main-
taining close association
and dialogue for better un-
derstanding.

Sisco made his remarks at
a luncheon honoring Rabbi
Israel Miller on completion
of his two year term as
chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions.

The undersecretary was
one of 70 American govern-
ment officials, prominent
Jewish leaders and Israeli
diplomats who paid tribute
to Miller at the luncheon.
Miller also received a warm
personal message from
President Ford.

Others who participated
in the tribute to Rabbi
Miller included Max M.
Fisher, chairman of the
Board of Governors of the
Jewish Agency, and Rabbi
Alexander M. Schindler who
succeeded Miller as chair-
man of the Presidents Con-
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The Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry demon-
strates at the Soviet UN Mission to kick off a national
RTI—Right to Identity—campaign. Russian Jews
have asked free world Jewry to challenge the Kremlin to
live up to the recently-signed Helsinki Agreement's hu-
man rights provisions by sending into the USSR Jewish
QUARTZ
materials to stimulate Jewish awareness. To partici-
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pate, contact the SSSJ at 200 W. 72nd St.; suites 30-31;
New York, N.Y. 10023, or the Jewish Community Coun-
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cil of Detroit, 962-1880. A special blue-and-white RTI
sticker, citing the Helsinki accord, is attached to every
5-FUNCTION L.E.D.
item shipped.
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NEW YORK — The Stu- Union and contains scenes
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dent Struggle for Soviet Je- shot in Siberian prison
the button and the hour,
wry has charged that the camps.
minute, second, month &
latest Soviet regulation de-
A report on the Interna-
date flash-on instantly.
nying visas to anyone whose tional Conference for Soviet
exit would be "damaging to Jews in Brussels will be
public morale" is "the most read by delegates Jerry Rog-
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insidious and dangerous bar ers and Judy Grant.
The Detroit Committee
to Jewish emigration yet de-
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vised by the Kremlin. This added that a Bloomfield
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most frightening conclu- pha Omega Dental Fratern-
sion. Indeed, the Soviets ity were instrumental in
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emigration of Jews would refuseniks Mark Nashpitz
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inspire many more to seek and Mikhail Mager interned
freedom."
in the Soviet Union.
Soviet Deputy Minister of
Internal Affairs Boris Shu-
milin, who announced the
newest restriction in an ar-
ticle distributed by the Tass
News Agency, said that the
regulation fell under the
1966 UN International Cov-
enant on Civil and Political
Rights, which recently went
into effect.
Meanwhile, the SSSJ
said that Moscow activists
Dr. Lev. Karp and Leonid
Koshevoy received exit vi-
sas. Karp, a mathemati-
cian-cyberneticist, had
been repeatedly threat-
ened by the KGB for
"training specialists for
the West" in informal
scientivic seminars of
"refusenik" Jews.
Koshevoy, an engineer,
had been previously told
that denial of his exit was
"in the interests of the
Built in America To Be At Home AnyWhere in
state." The parents of Mos-
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cow activist Ilya Essas also
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received visas.
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It also was reported that
Very Simple. Seville is designed to be one of the finest production cars
Moscow activist Ilya Rubin,
built anywhere in the world. Drive It Today.
an editor of the Samizdat
publication "Jews in the
USSR," has received per-
mission to emigrate to Is-
rael, according to the
Greater NY Conference on
Soviet Jewry.
Meanwhile, the Detroit
Committee for Soviet Jewry
will present a program to
bring to public attention the
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