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restraining order to allow
him to conduct a single cen-
tral seder instead of separate
seders in each of the prison's
three complexes where Jews
are housed, as prison
authorities are demanding on
security grounds.
"For many years all the
Jewish inmates have been
able to get together in the
chapel for one service," Rabbi
Gale said. "There was enough
for a minyan."
Conducting separate serv-
ices would be "madness" and
a "triplication of efforts," he
said.
The case, Whitney vs.
Brown, was heard in Detroit
Wednesday by U.S. District
Judge Horace W. Gilmore
who signed the temporary re,
straining order allowing
Rabbi Gale to conduct the
single seder.
Rabbi Gale, who has been a
chaplain at the prison for 2 1/2
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Passover. "It reinforces their
own helplessness," he ex-
plained.
Tension at the state facility
is high, following the rape
and murder last month of
prison guard Josephine
McCallum. Rabbi Gale, who
visits the prison twice a week
to conduct Shabbat services,
Hebrew classes, and to coun-
sel prisoners, sees his role as
one of "peacemaker" in the
prison.
He said he is fully aware of
the physical dangers involved
in prison work, but believes,
"I've got a job to do. If I don't
do it, it's not going to get
done."
He was granted a tempor-
ary restraining order last
Passover, allowing the pris-
on's Jews to have a single
seder together. He is also cal-
ling for an additional
amendment to the order, to
allow the Jews to meet in the
prison chapel for a central
Shabbat service each week.

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ml Aviv (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres
returned from Europe last
week saying his meeting with
two senior Soviet officials in
Rome encouraged his hope
that Israel could negotiate
peace with the Arabs without
superpower intervention.
The meeting, which had
been unscheduled, followed
Peres' two-day official visit to
Spain. His stopover in Rome
was to attend the opening of
the Socialist International
conference. Peres told re-
porters at Ben Gurion Air-
port that his 90-minute
private discussion with Karel
Bruten and Alexander Zutov
of the Soviet Communist Par-
ty Central Committee's inter-
national affairs department,
was conducted in a serious
and balanced atmosphere. He
said he found "openness" on
some of the matters on the
agenda but no agreements
were reached.
"I can tell you that I return
encouraged by the chances of
reaching direct negotiations
without international powers,
including the Soviet Union,
trying to impose solutions on
us," Peres said.
"I don't think that is the
end, I think it is a beginning,"
he said, "and I think we can
work toward expanding the
opening which has been
made, and also to ensure that
those leaving (the USSR) will
probably come direct to
Israel?'
Peres summed up his con-
versations with the Soviet
diplomats as "the first

serious direct dialogue be-
tween us and Soviet represen-
tatives. I am not ready to go
into further details."
Peres dismissed the storm
of protest raised in Likud
circles by his advocacy of an
international conference for
Middle East peace. He stated
before leaving for Madrid
that one of his objectives was
to solicit Spanish support for
such a forum.

Slepak Fast
For Parents'
Release Ends

Washington (JTA) — "Do
not forget our fight, that is
the message to all no matter
what is your religion?' This
was the appeal made by Alex-
ander Slepak last Sunday as
he ended a 17-day fast on the
steps of the Capitol in sup-
port of the struggle of his
parents, VLadimir and Maria
Slepak, and other Jews to
leave the Soviet Union.
Meanwhile, Secretary of
George Shultz
State

celebrated Passover Monday
with 35 Soviet Jews including
Vladimir Slepak at a Seder
held at the U.S. Embassy in
Moscow. The Soviets "must do
more" to relax emigration
policies, Shultz said,
acknowledging the progress
the Soviets have made. "
More political prisoners
should be released," he added.

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