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February 25, 1983 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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THE DETROIT IEWiSN NEWS

Andropov Stresses Nationalities Question

LONDON — The ap-
proach to nationalities pol-
icy in the Soviet Union out-
lined on two recent occa-
sions by Communist Party
General Secretary Yuri
Andropov differs from that
followed by his predecessor
Leonid Brezhnev and may
have important implica-
tions for Soviet Jews. This is
the conclusion of a study
published today by the In-
stitute of Jewish Affairs.
Speaking at the 60th an-
niversary celebrations of
the USSR in December
1982, Andropov said the
Communist goal was to
merge the nations of the
USSR — an indication of a.
stronger assimilationist
policy — and that. "negative
phenomena" in national re-
lations — "national conceit
and arrogance," usually
associated with Great Rus-
sian nationalism — must be
attacked.
The author of the study,
Dr. Lukasz Hirszowicz,
head of the Soviet and East
European department of the
IJA, explains that An-
dropov amplified his com-
ments on nationalities pol-
icy at the Presidium of the
USSR Supreme Soviet on
Jan. 12 where he spoke in

(Women's Club sl

the debate on the develop- tionality whose cultural
ment of co-operation be- rights are more severely
OAK PARK NSHEI
tween the nations of the curtailed than those of other
CHABAD STUDY
USSR.
dispersed nationalities.
In a possible hint at
From Andropov's GROUP (10 Mile Area) will
stricter censorship and a speeches and the delibera- meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
sterner treatment of reli- tions of the USSR supreme home of Mrs. Shlomo
gion and adherence to Soviet Presidium, Rothenberg, 25340 Church.
tradition, Andropov em- nationalities policy and The Nine Mile area group
phasized that elements of state discipline appear as will meet 3 p.m. Saturday in
the cultural heritage the main planks in the new the home of Mrs. Yisrael
which conflict with General Secretary's pro- Nachlas, 23111 Gardner.
* * *
"socialist morality and gram and implies the cur-
BETH ACHIM SIS-
our communist ideals" tailment of rights and out-
TERHOOD will hold a
must not be preserved. right repression.
general meeting 1 p.m.
But he also said more at-
Monday at the synagogue.
tention should be paid to
Channel 56
The film, "Close Harmony"
•the susceptibilities of the
will be shown. Guests are
national minorities, in- Has Art Auction
digenous nationalities
WTVS/Channel 56 will invited. Refreshments will
should be more fully re- present 100 works of art by be served. There is no
presented in the working local, national, and interna- charge. For information,
class of their areas and tional artists at its annual contact Sharon Burns,
the proper representa- Art Auction Saturday at president, 644-8137; or the
synagogue office, 352-8670.
tion of nationalities in Somerset Mall.
* * *
party and state bodies is
The art auction begins at
"important" and calls for 6:30 p.m. with hors
GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
"a consistent effort."
d'oeuvres, entertainment, TER, Pioneer Women, will
The report says that An-
hold a Purim luncheon noon
and a private preview. "Le
dropov seems to offer noth- Pique-Nique Francais," a Monday at the Kristen To-
ing to nations, like the French-style supper will be wers, 25900 Greenfield,
Jews, who live outside their served at 7:30 p.m. with the Oak Park. There will be a
national entities. Although auction following. There is a - slide lecture on Israel, pre-
a Jewish Autonomous charge. For tickets, call
sented by representatives of
Region exists — Birobid-
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
Channel 56, 873-7200.
zhan — it is inhabited by a
tion. Program Chairman
tiny minority of the Soviet
The end crowns all, and Mrs. Israel Weisman in-
Jewish population; the Jews that old common arbitrator,
vites, prospective members
are in fact a dispersed na- time, will one day end it.
and friends. There is a nom-
inal charge.
—Shakespeare
* * *
O rgt '
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