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January 01, 1988 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-01

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New York (JTA) — Professor
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an internationally known
scientist and one of the
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in the Soviet Union, was told
last week that he could
emigrate, according to the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry and the Long
Island Committee for Soviet
Jewry, who spoke to Lerner
by telephone.
Lerner received a phone
call from the OVIR emigra-
tion bureau in Moscow saying
he had permission to leave for
Israel. Lerner's son, Vladimir,
and Vladimir's wife and child
also were told they could
leave.
Lerner, 74, known for his
work in the field of cybernet-
ics, has been waiting since
1971 to go to Israel. He has
been refused permission to
emigrate several times on
"state secrecy" grounds,
despite the fact that his work
supervisor testified to the
KGB that he was not privy to
state secrets.
Prior to applying to emi-
grate, Lerner had traveled to
the West to participate in
scientific symposiums. Later,
after he was refused an exit
visa, the international scien-
tific community carried on a
vigorous campaign on his be-
half.
Lerner is expected to join
his daughter, Sonya Lerner
Levin, who emigrated in
1973, in Rehovot, where for
yeais he has been promised a
research position at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science.
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1981.

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in Rehovot, Israel.
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