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May 31, 1974 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-31

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10—Friday, May 31, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

And ne'er shall the sons
of Columbia be slaves. While
of Yeshiva University. Offi- the earth bears a plant, or
cials said all seven had been the sea rolls its waves.—Rob-
placed in Jewish communal ert Treat Paine.
organization positions.
The joint program is the
IF YOU TURN THE
only one offering in a single
facility the four Jewish com-
munal service components—
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
a master's degree in Jewish
group work, case work and
community organization, and
a doctoral degree in Jewish
communal service.

Communal Service Grads Get Posts

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Graduation ceremonies were
held here for the first seven
students completing a pro-
gram, reported to be the
only one of its kind, to pre-
pare Jews for Jewish corn-
munal careers.
The two-year course was
organized by the William E.
Wiener Education Center for
Jewish Communal Service of
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies and the Wurz-
weiler School of Social Work Classifieds Get Quick Results

U. S. Aids Russian Activist

(Continued from Page 1)
to grant Prof. Rubin an exit
visa.
Meanwhile, a Soviet char-
acterization of an interna-
tional scientific seminar as a
"provocative action of cer-
tain circles" was rejected by
a spokesman for the interna-
tional secretaries of the sem-
inar.
Prof. Edward Stern of the
University of Michigan af-
firmed that the seminar is
"a purely scientific gather-
ing, being conducted in ac-
cordance with international
scientific standards and is in
no way a provocative action,"
and that this characterization
represents "a distortion of
the character and purposes
of the seminar."
The unprecendented semin-
ar, sponsored by an advisory
board of eminent scientists,
including eight Nobel Laure-

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ates and Tel Aviv University,
was scheduled for July 1-5 in
the Moscow home of the Jew-
ish scientist Aleksandr Voro-
nel. The State Committee for
Science and Technology, the
scientific arm of the Soviet
Council of ministers, has dis-
owned the seminar and Soviet
authorities have indicated
that the seminar will be op-
posed.
Dr. Stern, in pointing to the
world-famous scientists who
constitute the international
board, of sponsors and advis-
ers, stated that this is "evi-
dence of the international sci-
entific community's support
for the right of all scientists
not only to freely pursue their
inquiries, but also to freely
communicate in the open
f or um of scientific ex-
change."
Dr. Stern added: "Our So-
viet Jewish colleagues who
are ostracized by official So-
viet science and denied ac-
cess to normal scientific
channels because they seek to
emigrate to Israel, need the
opportunity to exchange sci-
entific information with their
colleagues outside the Soviet
Union."
Dr. Stern reported that
more than 100 scientific pa-
pers, including 75 from the
West, have been submitted
for presentation at the sem-
inar.

brigades aided by army heli-
copters battled a fire Monday
in a large ammunition fac-
tory in Yokneam southeast
of Haifa.
Intermittent e x p 1 osions
rocked the plant, but a police
spokesman said there were
no casualties and that an
initial investigation showed
no signs of arson or sabotage.
An Israel police spokesman
said the fire was not the
first that has broken out in
the munitions plant owned
by the Sultarn Co., an affili-
ate of Histadrut's Koor In•
dustries.
(The Palestine News
Agency in Damascus said
that saboteurs had destroy-
ed an Israeli arms factory
and the country's largest
plastics plant in two success-
ful commando operations.
The report claimed that an
unknown number of Israelis
were killed or wounded and
that the commandos returned
safely to their base. The news
agency said the plastics
plant was located in Carmiel,
southeast of Haifa.)

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American Associates of Ben-
Gurion University of the
Negev.
Dozor's designation was an-
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executive committee.
Continuing contact between
Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev and the – American
community is maintained by
the American Associates. The
university, whose student
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ted in Beersheba with a sec-
ond campus planned for Sde-
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