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February 03, 1989 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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NCSJ Revises
1988 Figures

New York (JTA) — The Na-
tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry has revised its emigra-
tion statistics for 1988. Accor-
ding to the latest figures ob-
tained from the Israeli
government, 18,965 Jews
emigrated from the Soviet
Union on Israeli visas last
year, 11.4 percent of whom
settled in Israel.
In Washington, the Union
of Councils for Soviet Jews
reported that 18,919 Jews left
the Soviet Union in 1988 on
Israeli visas. It said up to 400
others immigrated directly to
the United States on
American visas.
There was no immediate ex-
planation for the slight
discrepancy between the two
organizations' totals, since
the Union of Councils also
gets its information from
Israeli government sources.
The updated monthly
breakdowns of Soviet Jewish
emigration as reported by the
two organizations for 1988
are:
UCSJ
NCSJ
Jan.
682
687
Feb.
690
697
March
949
951
April
1,017
1,020
May
1,047
1,061
June
1,385
1,394
July
1,370
1,371
August
1,780
1,734
Sept.
2,051
2,003
Oct.
2,068
2,068
Nov.
2,228
2,327
Dec.
3,652
3,652
1988 TOTAL18,919
18,965

Energy Program
Aids Yeshivas

New York (JTA) — The
Agudath Israel of America
announced a new energy-
conservation program, in
cooperation with New York
state, to help yeshivas reduce
their heating and electric
bills and other energy costs.
The program provides
technical assistance and
grants for capital im-
provements that can run into
tens of thousands of dollars
for each school under the
state's Small Institutions
Energy Program Assistance
Agency.
Moshe Rosenzweig, mana-
ger of the project, said about
30 yeshivas are participating
in the program.
Funds for the program were
generated by the settlement
of several government
lawsuits against private cor-
porations accused of over-
charging the public for
energy-related products and
services.

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