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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Reagan To Meet
Soviet Jews?

All Leve's projec

41295 W. 14 Mile
lled Lake

A Detroit Soviet Jewry ac-
tivist is predicting a meeting
between President Reagan
and Jewish refuseniks in
Moscow during Reagan's
month-end summit meeting
with Soviet General
Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev.
On the basis of a telephone
call this week with long-time
refusenik Abe Stolar, Keith
Braun believes that a
meeting between Reagan and
the refuseniks is being ar-
ranged by the U.S. State
"Stolar met with Secretary
of State George Shultz in
April," Braun was told, "and
Shultz promised him a
meeting." Braun is trying to
arrange for his in-laws, Ilya
and Isabella Shteingart of
Moscow, to attend any
refusenik meeting with

Council Changes
Draw Opposition



The Labor Zionist Council
has voted to oppose a con-
stitutional amendment of the
Jewish Community Council
which would establish 13 per-
manent members of the
JCCouncil's board of
The decision was made
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Council's May meeting. A
vote on the JCCouncil's con-
stitutional changes will be
held at a delegate assembly
The Labor Zionist Council,
the umbrella body for local
Labor Zionist Groups, oppos-
ed the establishment of the
13 permanent members as
unrepresentative of the
300-member Council. "What
makes one group more repre-
sentative than another?" a
Labor Zionist Council state-
ment read.

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