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October 27, 1978 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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Friday, October 21, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soviets Give Levich Permission to Emigrate

1919 CADILLAC

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five-year sentence for
"hooliganism." The former
head of a television labora-
tory, Slepak first applied for
permission to emigrate in
1969.
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on the "hooliganism"
charges are believed to stem
from his prominence as a
Moscow activist. Slepak's
wife,. Maria, has recently
joined him in Siberia.
Meanwhile, the opening
days of Sukkot were cele-
brated in Moscow with
songs of celebration, accord-
ing to information received
from the Greater New York
Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
One hundred Soviet Jews
observed the start of the
holiday while 150
plainclothes policemen fol-
lowed them. As the Jews
sang, the police revved up a
tractor to drown out the.
song.
In New York, a National

There is no substitute for
proven leadership ability.

Joe Forbes is considered one of the most
'powerful and respected public officials in -
Michigan, now completing his 4th year as
Majority Floor Leader in the House.

Is responsible for the operation of three
major committees that he chairs.

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Conference on Soviet Anti-
Semitism is being spon-
sored by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, Hebrew University,
and the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry. It will
be held as part of the 65th
annual meeting of ADL's
national commission on
Nov. 16.
According to Burton M.
Joseph, ADL's national

chairman, and Eugene
Gold, chairman of the Na-
tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry, "this occasion will
mark the first opportunity
for leaders of the American
Jewish community to con-
vene nationally with other
similarly concerned Ameri-
cans and meet the challenge
to human rights posed by
persistent Soviet anti-
Semitism."

Israel Aids Thyroid Victims
in Enterprise With U.S. Co.

JERUSALEM '(JTA) —
Thyroid patients in 35 coun-
tries are benefiting from
diagnostic kith produced by
the Ames-Yissum plant in
Jerusalem, a joint
enterprise of the Hebrew
University's Yissum Re-
search Development Co.
and the Ames division of
Miles Laboratories, Inc., of
Elkhart, Ind.
For the city of Jerusalem,
an enterprise such as
Ames-Yissum is one answer
to the need to establish in-
dustries which can sustain
the capital's fast-growing
population. The company
boasts of one of the highest
sales-per-worker ratios in
the country, and has the
added advantage of being
smokeless and noiseless.
The company also pos-
sesses political significance
for Israel. Undeterred by
the Arab boycott, it has in-
creasingly expanded its ac-
tivities. in Israel which
range from producing
sophisticated chemicals to

manufacturing chemical in-
termediaries and nutrients
obtained from plants.
According to an execu-
tive - of Miles
Laboratories, the
enterprise it set up with
Hebrew University in
making - Ames-Yissum
has surpassed all initial
production forecasts.
Manpower has increased
from six to 160 persons and
the company's floor space
was increased 10-fold. Al-
though it moved only three
years ago to a five-story •
plant which houses
laboratories, production
space, administrative
offices, animal quarters,
and warehousing, it is ex-
peCted that the new prem-
ises will only serve the com-
pany's needs for another
five-seven years.
The company's testing
systems can be used in
assessing thyroid function,
monitoring the well-being
of a fetus and monitoring
drugs.

Is an emerging national leader as Vice
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Is an expert on the problems of local
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