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October 30, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, October 30, 19131

Never hold any one by the are unwilling to hear you,
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Englishman Is West's Link to Soviet Jews

JERUSALEM — Michael
Sherbourne doesn't seem
the sort of person to run up a
$3,000 phone bill. Yet the
63-yer-old new immigrant
from England hit that peak
once. All in a good cause.
According to an article by
Jody Bronse in Israel Scene
Magazine, during the past
10 years, Sherboume has
made some 5,000 calls to
Soviet Jewish activists.
He became one of the
main links between the
Soviet Jews and the West,
accumulating vast amounts
of information for use by
groups working on behalf of
Soviet Jewry.
Having spent 20 years
teaching himself Rus-
sian, Sherbourne was
asked by a voluntary
group in London to estab-
lish telephone contact
with Soviet Jews who
had been refused permis-
sion to emigrate to Israel.
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himself is the task of as-
sembling biographies of
prominent refuseniks. He is
willing to continue his tele-
phoning, if someone can be
found to replace the British
voluntary organization
which footed the bills.
But, notes Sherbourne, it
is getting harder to put calls
through. It was a relatively
easy matter in the early
days. "Technology overtook
the Soviets," says Sher-
bourne, referring to his abil-
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ity to dial direct from Lon-
don to Moscow. Even when
the authorities caught on,
they tapped the conversa-
tions instead of cutting
them off.

Now, though, lines are
often cut as soon as foreign
calls arrive, and refuseniks
are increasingly reluctant
to risk losing their phones,
which they need for keeping
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