Kishinev Trial Defendant in Israel

Alexander Galperin, Jewish physicist who was sentenced at the Kishinev trial of June, 1971 to two and a half years imprisonment for Zionist activity, arrived here today via Bucharest with his parents. Released last Jan., Galperin, 27, had to pay an education tax of 7000 rubles.

Another Russian immigrant, who had to pay about $10,000 in education taxes, has joined the staff of the University of the Negev in Beersheba. Dr. Anatoly Gorbaty, formerly a reader in the department of structural mechanics at the Institute of Railway Engineers in Novosibirsk, arrived here recently with his wife, Hannah, a building engineer who paid the same education tax as her husband; his brother, Chaim, who paid 6000 rubles; and his parents, who were exempt from the tax. Dr. Gorbaty, the eleventh Russian immigrant to join the academic staff of the University of the Negev. has been appointed a lecturer in the department of mechanical engineering.

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