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April 30, 1976 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Russian Emigre Scientists at Rehovot Start Settlement

REHOVOT — Dr. Lev
Diamant, Weizmann Insti-
tute physicist and other
scientists who have come to
Israel in recent years from
the Soviet Union, are creat-
ing a settlement — based on
applied research in electron-
ics and physics — on the Go-
lan Heights.
-Further linking the young
community with the insti-
tute are two research pro-
jects in which they will play
a role — one involves the de-
sign of a special pulse gener-
ator for Prof. Ora Kedem
and Dr. Kurt Rosenheck of
the Membranes and Biore-
gulation Laboratory: the
other deals with Prof. Gi-

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deon Yekutieli's solar re-
search project.
Diamant, a plasma physi-
cist and his wife Galia, an
electronics technician, came
to Israel in 1972 from the
Soviet science center of No-
vosibirsk and settled in Re-
hovot where he embarked on
plasma physics research at
the institute, before leaving
to join the settlement group.
The other three families
in the group share similar
backgrounds and intensive
experience in science. To-
gether with several other
settlement experiments
now under way in the
north, they see themselves
as part of the effort to de-
velop an industrial scien-
tific complex on the Golan
Heights.
The immigrant scientists
are committed to creating a
cooperative economy along
the lines of the moshav shi-
tufi (a settlement in which
families live in individual
homes but share their work
and incomes), and to set-
tling on the land in underde-
veloped areas — a life style
that suits them and serves
Israel as well.
The group lives in trailers
on a temporary site over-
looking Lake Kinneret,
while their workshops and
laboratory occupy make-
shift quarters in a converted
garage. Six other families
are already waiting to join
them as soon as living
quarters permit, and many
more have expressed inter-
est.
Also interested are more
than 50 of Israel's top re-
searchers who have visited
the science settlement, of-
ten spending the night on
the lawn or on the floor, to
attend the five scientific
seminars that the group
has held in recent
months. These sessions
are a continuation of the
famous seminars held in
the Soviet Union by Jew-
ish dissident scientists dis-
missed from their posts. A
recent lecturer was famed
Soviet physcist, Alexander
Voronel, who now lives in
Israel.
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Ford May Meet
With _Hafez Assad

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The White House said that
an "open possibility" exists
that President Ford may
meet in the near future with
Syrian President Hafez As-
sad but not in the Middle
East.
Deputy news secretary
John Carlson, when asked
whether a meeting was
being considered, replied:
"The President has always
expressed an interest in
meeting with representa-
tives of the parties to the
Arab-Israeli conflict, but
there are no specific plans
at this time."
Carlson made the com-
ment after being asked
about a report from Israeli
sources that Assad is will-
ing to meet with Ford be-
fore the end of May when
the mandate for the United
Nations Disengagement
Observer Force on the Golan
Heights is due to expire

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