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May 07, 1982 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HIAS, Jewish Agency End Accord on Noshrim Aid

NEW YORK (JTA) —
HIAS has decided to end its

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Agency to refrain from aid-
ing Soviet Jewish dropouts
unless they have first de-
gree relatives in a Western
country.
Leonard Seidenman,
executive vice president of
HIAS, said that the board of
HIAS decided to accept the
recommendation of its
executive committee to "re-
turn to the traditional pol-
icy" of aiding all Soviet
Jews who upon arriving in
Vienna opt to go to coun-
tries other than Israel.
He added that the board
asked the executive com-
mittee to try to find alterna-
tives to achieve greater
aliya to Israel and would ac-
cept any new plan that
would help achieve that
goal.
In a related develop-
ment, some 200,000 per-
sons rallied Sunday at
Dag Hammerskjold
Plaza across from the
United Nations for the
11th annual Solidarity
Sunday for Soviet Jewry.
At the rally in Dag Ham-
marskjold Plaza, speaker
after speaker stressed the
increasing urgency of the
Soviet Jewry issue, which
according to United States
Ambassador to the UN,
Jeane Kirkpatrick, "has
grown increasingly desper-
ate."
Kirkpatrick, one of many
political figures and noted
dignitaries to address the
rally, said the United States
Administration will "not
acquiesce" to the deteriorat-
ing conditions Soviet Jews
have been subjected to.
Israel's Ambassador to
the United States, Moshe
Arens said that while the
door to emigration has vir-
tually been closed and the
exodus of Soviet Jews from
the USSR has diminished to
a trickle, this has not stop-
ped the Jewish community's
desire to emigrate.
Meanwhile, the Soviet
Mission's compound in
the Riverdale Section of
The Bronx is no longer
located at 344 W. 255th St.
The compound hasn't
moved, the name of the
street has disappeared.
Borough President Stan-
ley Simon had the name of
the streed renamed One
Sharansky Square in honor
of the imprisoned Soviet
Jewish dissident Anatoly
Shcharansky.
The United States Mis-
sion to the United Nations
said it received a verbal pro-
test from the Soviet repre-

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Point.
The cadets were joined by
100 Barnard co-eds for a
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raham Soltes, the United
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