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August 04, 1978 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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Frithy, August 4, 1918 51

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

El Al Names
Vice President

JERUSALEM — El Al Is-
rael Airlines has appointed
"Yeri" Shrem as senior vice
president for North.and
Central America.
Born in Jerusalem and
educated in Israel, Shrem
began his airline career as
traffic manager with
British Airways in Africa,
Egypt and Israel. His career
in El Al started with the
company's first flight on
July 31, 1949.

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U.S.-Soviet Arts Exchange Is Scrutinized in Periodical

NEW YORK — A grow-
ing feeling that the United
States is undermining the
cause of human rights- by
engaging in an organized
cultural exchange program
with the Soviet Union, is
examined in a story by
Jonathan Braun featured
on the front page in the cur-
rent issue of The Jewish
Week.
The formal, organized ex-
change program began in
January 1958 and is valid
until 1979. However, the
agreement, according to
The Jewish Week, is run-
ning into trouble.
Soviet acts are paid top
dollar in the United
States, such as $840,000
for a 90-day tour of the

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Afikomen Prize

NEW YORK — Although
her husband, Dr. Aaron
Yalow, was the highlight
speaker of the evening, the
center of attraction at the
banquet of the Max Gilbert
Hebrew Academy in Syra-
cuse, N.Y. was Dr. Roslyn S.
Yalow, his wife, who re-
cently won the Nobel
Laureate in Medicine.
According to the Jewish
Post and Opinion, the even-
ing honored the memory of
Rabbi Samuel and Mrs.
Esther Yalow, who had
served Cong. Ahavath
Achim for over 50 years. Dr.
Aaron Yalow told the audi-
ence that when he brought
his intended to the Passover
Seder at his father's house
and she found the afikomen,
she asked as her prize their
son.

out of a $6,500 performance
payment.
However, it is very im-
portant for Soviet per-
formers to receive recog-
nition in the West accord-
ing to Herbert Kupfer-
berg, author of The
Raised Curtain," a report
on Soviet-American cul-
tural and academic
trade, published by the
Twentieth Century Fund.
The Jewish Week says
the criticism of the ex-

change program is growing
with the crackdown on
Soviet dissidents. Violinist
Iiaac Stern and playwright
Edward Albee are among
the critics of the Soviet-
American cultural trade.

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Raining Dollars

MINNEAPOLIS — Mil-
lionaire Percy Ross,
nicknamed the "Jewish
Santa Claus" of Min-
neapolis, gave away
$16,500 in silver dollars in a
Minneapolis parade last
week.
A dozen security guards
watched Ross throw the dol-
lars to the crowd from atop
the trunk of a convertible
during the parade.

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Bolshoi Ballet — while
American acts receive a
combination of dollars
and rubles. The ar-
rangement helps Moscow
obtain desperately
needed hard currency. It
is estimated that the
Soviets receive $4-
5,000,000 each year
through this exchange
program.
The chances that Ameri-
can audiences see top Soviet
performers is questioned
because those sent here are
hand-picked by their gov-
ernment. Only the "safe"
artist has a chance to travel
outside his country to dis-
courage defection to the
West. KGB agents, infor-
mers and intelligence
operatives are included, it is
reported, in every cultural
exchange program worked
out for the United States.
Fees for Soviet artists are
paid directly to Gosconcert,
a branch of the Soviet
treasury, with the artist re-
ceiving only a small part of
the fee. A Russian violinist
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largest university and has
an enrollment of 13,200 de-
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certificate and other prog-
rams," according to Prof.
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dent of Tel Aviv University.
Prof. Ben-Shahar said
that 25 percent of all stu-
dents in Israel's seven uni-
versities are enrolled at
TAU. Of these, 10,000 un-
dergraduates represent 24
percent of Israel's under-
grads; 2,500 graduate stu-
dents represent 32 percent
of Israel's MA candidates;
and 600 doctoral students
represent 20 percent of Is-
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