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July 27, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-27

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Tel
Aviv committee of the Israel
Bar Association recently
"voiced its opinion" that the
salaries of Israel's judges
were insufficient.
The remuneration offered
was not commensurate with
the judges' social position
and did not enable them to
maintain their families in ac-
cordance with this position,
the committee declared.
The situation was the re-
sult of "exploitation" of the
fact that judges, unlike other
professional groups, were
unwilling to strike or resort
to other measures.

By LIONEL PYETAN
"TEL AVIV—A number of
immigrant scientists from the
Soviet Union already are em-
ployed at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity, and a number of others
who have as yet been unable
to get permission to emigrate
have been offered posts at
the university. Among those
already here are physicists,
mathematicians, engi-
neers and musicologists.
An acute problem, how-
ever, concerns those who
have been refused permis-
sion to leave and who have
been dismissed from their
posts, cut off from all scien-
tific contacts and activities
and even refused access to
Classifieds Get Quick Results scientific libraries.
In the course of routine
telephone contacts between
For Custom Drapery university scientists and
members of this group, the
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latter showed an uncontroll-
able compulsion to talk sci-
ence—to tell their Israel col-
leagues about scientific ideas
for which they c o u l d no
longer find an outlet in the
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USSR. This brought home to
the Israelis that their Soviet
colleagues needed intellectual
"All That The 'Name Implies"
activity in their own field no
less than they needed food
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and drink.
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Thus the idea of providing
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a framework of definite
Professionally
activities was evolved, but its
implementation is still in the
WE DO ALL THE WORK
exploratory stage. Dr. Mark
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Azbel, for example, prepared
a series of lectures entitled
"An approach to macro-
physics and condensed mat-
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ter physics." This series was
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and graduate students, but

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similar series for undergrad-
uate students is being
studied.
Parallel research with a
continuing interchange of in-
formation is another activity
—for example, with Dr. Alex-
ander Voronel, an expert on
problems of ultra-low tern-
peratures.
Ordinary mail has proved
unreliable.
Telephone contact has
many drawbacks, apart from
expense, but when success-
fully established it avoids
both delay and uncertainty.
A lecture prepared in English
in Moscow, and transmitted
by telephone, can be taped
on receipt and is immediately
usable. Similarly telephone
contact on parallel research
can bring immediate clarity.
The project received a
temporary setback when the
two Soviet scientists joined a
hunger-strike in Moscow. The
strike had lasted 14 days and
would have continued until
the strikers received their
emigration permits, but for
pressure from all over the
world, most from their Israel
colleagues. Prof. Yuval Ne'-
eman, president of Tel Aviv
University and chairman of
the Israel Academic Commit-
tee for Soviet Jewry, empha-
sized that they had already
achieved all they could hope
to achieve through the strike,
and added that it was hoped
"to welcome you soon in
Israel sound in body - and
mind, and ready to make
your contribution to knowl-

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LONDON — The Daily
Mirror quoted this aphorism
published in "The Little
Green Book" of Col. Muam-
mar al-Qaddafi's sayings,
and currently distributed in
Libya:
"There are people who
talk about freedom of ex-
pression, liberty and democ-
racy and even about free-
dom in the universities. Only
sick people can think such
things."

The strike was stopped and
the telephone scientific con-
tact resumed.
The senior Jewish scientist
in the Soviet hierarchy re-
questing permission to leave
the USSR for Israel is Prof.
Benjamin Le vich, distin-
guished elec tr oc he mis t,
whose son Yevgeny, an astro-
physicist, was forcibly ab-
ducted and transferred to a
labor camp in the Arctic
Circle.
Prof. Levich accepted a
post as head of a department
of electrochemistry at Tel
Aviv, which will be set up as
soon as he can reach Israel.
Another scientist who has
accepted a post at the uni-
versity, is physicist Dr. Alex-
ander Tiemkin, who not only
applied for permission to
emigrate but also renounced
his Soviet citizenship.

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