16—Friday, Sept. 21, 1973
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Soviets Allow 2 to Study for Rabbinate at Budapest Seminary
was one of a group of Jews
NEW YORK—Two Jewish ministry of defense, and they Alexander Feldman, Anatoly
Goldfarb, Kim Friedman and who staged a hunger strike
recently over exit visa de-
mission by the Soviet govern- was medically wrong with his Ludmilla Zagornova.
Foreign Car Service
The NCSJ said Feldman lays.
ment to study for the rabbin- son Evgeny. This despite Ev-
ate at the Budapest Rabbinic geny's recent hospitalization
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ing Jewish seminary in East- ing that he is in very poor =
ern Europe. health.
Meanwhile, three promin- E #
Rabbi Arthur Schneier,
president of the Appeal of ent American scientists who
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The three scientists, Dr.
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of their studies, the New Fred Pollack, professor of •
physics at Yeshiva a n d
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THE BIRMINGHAM HOUSE MOTEL York Times reported.
Rabbi Schneier said he met Brown universities, Dr. Earl
with_ the students in Moscow Callen, professor of physics
has a corner
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before their departure and in at the American University
Volare Boots in
The government's permis- Robert Birgeeau of Bell Lab- -
sion was achieved following oratories, made this report at
Black and White
three years of intensive ne- a press conference held by
of Men's Suits and
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gotiation by the rabbis' foun- the Committee of Concerned
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The scientists reported that
religious freedom overseas.
town Birmingham (by the way, Hunter is a continuation
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The students were identi- in a rare protest to Soviet "r1 Men's Clothing
fied as Chaim Levits, 23, of
Call MI 6-7300—JO 6-4620—Mr. John Wassil, Mgr.
Moscow and Adolf Chaevich, from several countries ap-
proached conference leaders
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seeking to have the issue
Scientist Levich Invited
Complimentary Continental Breakfast
raised before the confer-
to Speak in Boston
ence's governing commis-
NEW YORK (JTA)—Soviet sion.
Airport limosine service available.
Jewish scientist Benjamin
Not satisfied with the offi-
Levich has finally received cial response, 41 scientists
the invitation extended to left to attend a "rump ses-
him by the American Electro- sion" in the apartment of the
Chemical Society to partici- noted physicist Prof. Alek-
pate in ceremonies at which sandr Voronel. Voronel, to-
he is to be awarded the Pal- gether with Prof. Mark Azbel
ladium Medal, it was learned and Prof. Moisei Gitterman,
by the Greater New York were the three Jews denied
Conference on Soviet Jewry. admission to the conference.
Le v i c h attributed the They are eminent Soviet Jew-
change in Soviet policy to al- ish scientists presently un-
low the invitation to reach employed, who have been
him, to the publication of a seeking in vain to emigrate
letter from him in the New to Israel.
Despite the fact that they
York Times on Aug. 17, 1973.
The meeting is scheduled for hold acknowledged creden-
tials for participation in the
Oct. 9 in Boston.
Levich also reported that conference, and that they had
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he met with members of the applied to attend, neither
their applications nor the pa-
pers they submitted for pres-
Keating: Time Come entation were acted upon.
The conference was spon-
to End Tensions
sored by the International
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ten- Union of Pure and Applied
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sions are being reduced in Physics and the Academy of
many regions that once were Sciences of the USSR.
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centers of conflict and the
(Later Prof. Gitterman, an
time has come to extend this expert in solid state physics,
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development to the Middle arrived in Tel Aviv. He was
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East, Kenneth Keating, U.S. accompanied by his wife,
ambassador to Israel, said daughter, mother and aunt.
here at a reception at the
For Reservations Call:
(Prof. Gitterman has a post
Tel Aviv Museum given by in the Tel Aviv ,University
the Israel-American Society physics department.)
• Squash Balls
in honor of the new ambassa-
The National Conference
said it learned that Valery
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Foreign Minister A b b a Panov has received permis-
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Eban said that the close ties sion from Soviet authorities
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He said the U.S. respected viet officials told Panov that
the diversity and freedom of his wife was being denied a
visa because her father has
the Middle East.
Earlier, Keating called on refused to let her emigrate.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sa- Galina is not Jewish.
The NCSJ reported that
The two discussed the Israel- Panov reportedly was told by
American balance of pay- Soviet Interior Ministry of-
ments, questions of search of ficials that his wife would be
oil here, and the problems reinstated with the Kirov
facing Israel in connection Ballet Company from which
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with the European Common she and her husband had
Out they go!
been expelled if she would
divorce Valery. Panov's an-
swer was "I prefer to die
rather than to leave her."
Seven Kiev Jews were ar-
rested when they sought to
carry out a pledge to demon-
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