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October 07, 1983 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-07

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Friday, October 7, 1983 7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Soviets Release 135 in Sept.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
During September a total of
135 Jews were permitted to
leave the Soviet Union, the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported. This
brings the total number of
Jews leaving the USSR in
the first nine months of this
year to 1,071.
In San Francisco, more
than 4,000 persons linked
arms and surrounded the
Soviet Consulate last Sun-
day in the most• massive
demonstration for Soviet
Jews in the history of north-
ern California. At each of
the four corners of the block
where the Consulate is lo-
cated, a shofar was sounded.
Rep. Barbara Boxer, a
Democrat, announced a new
proposal at the rally. She
suggested to the Soviet gov-
ernment that, as a goodwill
gesture to the West, the
Soviets release 269 Jewish
prisoners of conscience and
long-term refusniks, one for
each person who died in the
Korean plane that was shot
down by the Soviets.

Prior to the rally, ac-
tivists set up a Soviet
Jewry street fair, with an
exhibition of under-
ground Soviet Jewish
art, photographs of

Bernstein to
Leave UJA

Jewish refusniks and of
Soviet Jewish com-
munities.

The rally and street fair
were organized by the
Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council of San Fran-
cisco, Marin and the Penin-
sula, and the Bay Area
Council on Soviet Jewry
which is a member of the
Union of Councils for Soviet
Jews. It was co-sponsored by
many other northern
California Jewish organiza-
tions.

• NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee expressed its concern
last month over Administ-
ration proposals to limit re-
fugees in the U.S. in the
coming year, particularly a
proposed reduction in ad-
missions from Eastern
Europe, which it called "an
action that would signal to
the Soviet bloc that the U.S.
has diminished its com-
mitment to refugees from
that part of the world."
A statement by Howard I.

Friedman, AJCommittee
president, pointed to Ad-
ministration consultations
with Congress that have set
a refugee admissions ceil-
ing of 90,000 for 1983 when
only a maximum of 60,000
will actually arrive. "This
practice of establishing ceil-
ings we have no intention of
meeting both perverts the
intent of the Refugee Act of
1980 and makes planning
for receiving refugees im-
possible to carry out effi-
ciently," the statement said.

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has expressed its ap-
proval of an executive order
issued last month by New
York Mayor Edward I.
Koch, prohibiting the con-
duct of city business at pri-
vate clubs that discriminate
on the basis of race, religion,
sex, national origin or other
extraneous factors.
In a letter to Mayor Koch,
James G. Greilsheimer,
president of the AJCommit-
tee's New York chapter, de-
clared that discrimination
by social clubs represented
"one of the most serious and
most largely ignored ves-
tiges of bigotry in our coun-
try."

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