,dpraham I. Katsh,
Hebracia research at
he Dropsie University
here, is the only scholar
from the United States
invited to participate in
the Congress of Linguis
tics and Hebrew Scholar-
ship to be held at the Uni-
versity/of Vienna, Au-
stria, Nov. 2-5.
The other participants
will be scholars from
Eastern European coun-
tries behind the Iron Cur-
, tain and heads of Hebrew
Departments in Western
The congress has been
convened by the World
Association for Hebrew
Language and Culture
(Brit Ivrit . Olamit) in
Jerusalem, Israel, in
cooperation with the
Academy of Science of
Austria and the Institute
for Judaic Studies .at the
University of Vienna.
Dr. Katsh, who is also
president emeritus of
Dropsie University, will
read a paper at the Con-
gress detailing his six vis-
its to the Soviet Union,
starting in 1956, during
.which time he was able to
microfilm and catalogue
thousands of rare Heb-
raica fragments and
manuscripts never before
available to scholars in
the Western world.
Plans Are Dropped
for Co-Opting Eban
TEL AVIV — Efforts
to co-opt former Foreign
Minister Abba Eban into
the Cabinet have report-
edly been dropped for the
time being, as both Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin
and Eban appear unin-
terested, according to a
recent Jerusalem Post ar-
Attempts to induce
Eban to join the Cabinet
were apparently de-
signed to eliminate com-
petition for the premier-
ship. Eban has clearly in-
dicated his intention to
compete for the post. (De-
fense Minister Peres is
also keeping his options
Observers also noted
that while Eban may not
necessarily win his par-.
ty's backing, he may at-
tract enough of Rabin's
support to make a victory
possible for Peres. (Rabin
and Eban would compete
for the "Doves" while
Peres would get the
MONTREAL (JTA) —
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon left here
Monday to return to Is-
rael after a week of con-
valescence following a
successful operation for
the relief of a facial
The operation was per-
formed at Notre Dame
Hospital by Dr. Jules
Hardy, a Montreal
—The Tarl-rn ud
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