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Mrs, Gluzman and Husband Reunited

November 30, 1971
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Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum, chairman of the Interreligious Affairs Department of the American Jewish Committee, and a commentator on radio station WINS, revealed yesterday in a broadcast that Mrs. Rita Gluzman had advised him that “after two years of anxious waiting,” the Soviet authorities have given her husband. Yakov, an exit visa to join her and their 15-month-old son whom he had never seen in Israel. Mrs. Gluzman was helped in her campaign to be reunited with her husband by the AJCommittee and the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry to bring her case before the United Nations and the United States government. Rabbi Tanenbaum said “All of us are deeply gratified that these interventions have resulted in the union of this family.”

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