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January 20, 1978 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-20

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Sylva Zalmanson Barred From New York ******************* :
4(
WANTED
Soviet Mission in Appeal for Her Husband
EXPERIENCED JEWELRY
"every free Jew light an
would be "impossible" to
Soviet official. The docu-
NEW YORK (JTA) —
extra Sabbath candle that
get the United States Con-
ment urged Soviet Presi-
Guarded by a phalanx of
SALESPERSON
night for Anatoly who can-
gress to lift restrictions on
dent Leonid Brezhnev to ef-
police officers, the gates of

the Soviet Mission to the
United Nations swung shut
Monday as Sylva Zalman-
son, wife of Soviet Jewish
prisoner of conscience Ed-
ward Kliznetsov, sought to
deliver an urgent appeal on
behalf of her husband who is
on the 25th day of a hunger
strike "to the death" in the
Potma labor camp.
Kuznetsov, sentenced to
15 years, is fasting for his
7 '7lease as well as those of
/his co-defendants in the 1970
Leningrad trial.
Accompanied by Harry S.
Taubenfeld, chairman of the
United Zionists-Revisionists
of America which is spon-
soring Mrs. Zalmansons
U.S. visit, and Lynn Singer;
president of the Long Island
Committee for Soviet Jewry
(LICSJ), Mrs. Zalmanson
went to the gates of the
SOviet UN Mission where
police officers told them
they were under orders to
bar their entry.
Mrs. Zalmanson slipped
her appeal under the gates,
where it was taken by a

fect "the immediate release
of my husband and his Le-
ningrad trial co-defendants
to rejoin their families."

Before Mrs. Zalmanson
arrived in the U.S. last
Friday from, Israel she had
demonstrated for several
days at the Westen Wall
and met with Israeli Pre-
mier Menahem Begin, ac-
- cording to the UZ-R.
In a related development,
Moscow Jewish activists
have declared that they will
gather at the Lefortovo
Prison today bearing gifts
for the 30th birthday of im-
prisoned emigration spokes-
man Anatoly Sharansky, the
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry and Union of Coun-
cils for. Soviet Jews report-
ed. Sharansky's mother,
Mrs. Ida Milgram, also will
be there in an attempt to
visit her son, who has been
held incommunicado since
his March 15 arrest on accu-
sations of "treason."
From Jerusalem, his wife
Avital has asked through
the SSSJ and. UCSJ that

77.

not now experience the light
of Judaism or of freedom."

A special birthday card
created by the. Washington
Committee for Soviet Jewry
to send to Sharansky is
available free from the
SSSJ, 200 W. 72nd St., Suites
30-31, New York, N.Y. 10023.
Meanwhile, Sen. Adlai E.
Stevenson III was in Mos-
-cow recently as a guest of
the Supreme Soviet. While
in Moscow, Stevenson said
he told his hosts that it

Rabbinic Age Project Planned

NEW YORK — A pioneer
project on the rabbinic roots
of Western civilization will
be launched this summer by
The Jewish Theological
Seminary -1)f America at its
New York City campus,
Broadway and 122nd Street.
The new program, "In-
stitute for the Teaching of
the Post-Biblical Founda-
tions _of Western Civ-
ilizatiOn, - will be financed
by a grant from the Nation-
al Endowment for the Hu-
manities.
Dr. David Weiss Halivni,

Morris Adler Professor of
Rabbinics at the Seminary,
will be the director of the
new institute. He will be
assisted by Rabbi Gordon
Tucker, instructor in the
philosophies of Judaism and
assistant to Seminary Chan-
cellor Gerson D. Cohen.
For its first term, the
institute will select 20 fel-
lows, presently teaching hu-
manities at the under-
graduate level. .
Fellows must be nomi-
nated by the institutions at
which they are teaching,

Protesters organized by the Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry, Clincerned Jewish Youth and Betar, bearing an
Israeli flag-draped pine coffin, stage a Jan. 1 "New Year of
Death" demonstration for prisoner of conscience Edward
Kumetsev, on a hunger strike "to the death" in the Potma
labor camp. In a related development, The Jewish Observ-
er and Middle East Review of London, reprinted an open
letter to Leonid Brezhnev by British MP Terence Prittie.

The research also jumps
into the scientific debate re-
garding whether there once
were oceans on Mars. Ac-
cording to Shaham, an as-
trophysicist at Hebtew Uni-
versity's Racah Institute of
Physics, his research pro-
ves "there might be a vi-
able other method to form
major surface features"
which some scientists now
argue were created by the

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actions. of large bodies of
water on Mars.
Shaham who is working
with Dr. David Pines, of the
University of Illinois De-
partment of Physics, ex-
plained that his work pre-
dicts major surface features
and activity on a planet,
based on a careful study of
the elastic energy, or strain,
present in the surface lay-
ers of that planet.
The strains created by the
very largest surface fea-
tures of a planet cause the
smaller, but often more
spectacular, tectonic activi-
ty such as earthquakes, he
said.
On Mars, the most si
cant feature illustrating his
theory is the Tharsis bulge,
in that planet's western
hemisphere.

and will receive a stipend
and free tuition for the sum-
mer's work.
For information, write to
Rabbi Gordon Tucker, 3080
Broadway, New York 10027.

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ham of Hebrew University
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nues of research into earth-
quake prediction.

Soviet-American trade if
Sharansky is tried on
charges of carrying out mis-
sions for the Central In-
telligence Agency.
It alsoawas learned that
Soviet Jews have received
their allotment of 505 tons of
flour for baking matzot for
Passover and have already
begun manufacturing the
first batches last week,
Rabbi Pinhas Teitz, a lead-
ing member of the Union of
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