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October 09, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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UNFORTUNATELY
you can't keep all of your valuables

Gifts that are as
woridelful to live with as
they are to behold
from . . .

quick to comment on Nudel's
permission. Morris Abram,
NCSJ chairman, expressed a
"hearty welcome" to the news
of Nudel's permission. Lynn
Singer, executive director of
the Long Island Committee
for Soviet Jewry, was elated
about Nudel's permission.
"Miracles do happen," she
said. Lilith. the Jewish
feminist magazine published
in New York which collected
thousands of signatures from
all over the world on its
Women's Appeal for Ida
Nudel, many of them from
noted women in the arts, let-
ters and politics, hailed the
granting of an exit visa to her.
Many Soviet Jewry ac-
tivists saw Nuclei's permis-
sion as a sign that the Soviets
wanted to gain credits in the
field of human rights on the
eve of talks in Moscow be-
tween Secretary of State
George Shultz and Soviet
Foreign Minister Eduard
Shevardnadze and the up-
coming summit meeting be-
tween President Reagan and
Soviet leader Mikhail
Gorbachev.

mil LOCAL NEWS

Body Opposes
Bork Naming

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit has urged the United
States Senate to reject the
nomination of Judge Robert
Bork for Associate Justice of
the United States Supreme
Court.
The Council has taken this
position because of its belief
that the Constitution is a liv-
ing document that must con- ,a,
tinue today, 200 years after
its birth, to protect the rights
of all citizens of the United
States.
Rejection of the nomination
is urged because:
• The Council is not per-
suaded of Judge Bork's com-
mitment to protect the rights
of members of minority
groups;
• The Council is not per-
suaded of Judge Bork's com-
mitment to civil rights;
• The Council is concerned
that Judge Bork may con-
tinue to hold the views he has
expressed time and again
criticizing the Civil Rights
Act, some of the Supreme
Court's leading civil rights
decisions, decisions creating
and protecting the right to
privacy, decisions protecting
First Amendment rights, and
decisions protecting against
gender-based discrimination.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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