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October 17, 1980 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ben-Gurion's
Daughter
Will Attend
BGU NY Dinner

NEW YORK — Renana
Ben-Gurion, daughter of Is-
rael's first Prime Minister,
will be a special guest at the
Ben-Gurion University
Gala Dinner-Dance Oct. 28
in New York.
' A professor of medicine at
Tel Aviv University and
senior staff member of the
Biological Institute in Nes
Ziona of which she is also a
founder, Dr. Ben-Gurion
ill make a special trip to
e U.S. to participate in the
tribute to the institution
that bears her father's
name.
At the dinner, the Ameri-
can Associates of Ben-
Gurion University will
'honor Marc Jaffe of Random
House and Ballantine
Books for his sustained
commitment to the univer-
sity's library development
program.

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Soviet Emigration Upswing
Predicted by HIAS Official

,

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The top executive officer of
HIAS has predicted an in-
crease in Jewish emigration
from the Soviet Union in the
months ahead, following
the nadir of the past sum-
mer.
Addressing a closed-door
session of HIAS "specialists
conference" here, HIAS
executive vice president
Gaynor Jacobson said that
according to U.S. gov-
ernmental sources there are
indications that Soviet
Jewish emigration can be
expected to rise in the corn-
ing months.
The very low figures of
July and August were prob-
ably due to the Olympic
Games that occupied the
Soviet emigration
authorities, Jacobson said.
The September figure was
approximately double that
of August, he noted.
Moreover, he added,
"reliable sources" be-
lieved the Soviets would
want to make a better
showing on Jewish emig-
ration in advance of the
Madrid conference for
human rights in Novem-
ber and December.
The Madrid conference is
a followup on the Helsinki
conference and the Helsinki
accords on human rights
and freedom.
Echoing HIAS president
Edwin Shapiro's repudia-
tion of charges against
HIAS in some Israeli and
Jewish Agency quarters,

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Jacobson stressed publicly
that the organization fully
endorsed the basic desire of
all organized Jewry to see
more of the Soviet emi-
grants choose Israel.
Jewish Agency aliya de-
partment chairman Rafael
Kotlowitz, addressing the
HIAS conference, urged the
organization to provide its
services only to those emi-
grants with first-degree
relatives already in the U.S.
He asserted that the aid to
dropouts assisted the Soviet
policy of barring the exit of
Jews to Israel who had rela-
tives in the U.S.
Meanwhile, it was
learned that imprisoned
Soviet Jewish dissident
Anatoly Shscharansky has
beep hospitalized after suf-
fering severe stomach
pains.
Dissident sources in Mos-
cow said he was being medi-
cated and undergoing what
were believed to be pain-
killing injections.

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