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October 10, 1986 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-10

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Rabbi Feinberg

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Reno — Rabbi Abraham L.
Feinberg, 87, a major activist
against the Vietnam War and
the nuclear arms race, died
Oct. 5. He was rabbi emeritus
of Holy Blossom Temple in
Toronto and had served as
rabbi at the University of
Nevada and Temple Sinai in
Reno.
In 1967, Rabbi Feinberg vi-
sited Hanoi and returned to
the U.S. with what was re-
garded as a symbolic invita-
tion for a meeting between
U.S. President Lyndon
Johnson and North Vietnam's
Ho Chi Minh.

David Rubinoff

Columbus, Ohio — Vio-
linist David Rubinoff, who
performed on the Eddie Can-
tor "Chase & Sanborn" radio
show during the Depression,
died Oct. 7. He was 89.

Israel Alleged
To Have Made
Neutron Bomb

1bl Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
Atomic energy commission
has declined to reply to a
report last week in the Lon-
don Sunday Mirror that
Israel is manufacturing
atomic weapons and has in
fact produced a neutron
bomb.
Commission sources said
such allegations have sur-
faced from time to time. Com-
munications Minister Amnon
Rubinstein said the report
originated with a dubious
character quoting another
dubious character.
The Israeli media reported
that the person Rubinstein
referred to described himself
as Prof. Mordechai Vananu,
who is neither a professor nor
a scientist but a junior techni-
cian employed at the Dimona
nuclear research center. He
was fired a year ago for
unstable behavior. A London
press report said Vananu left
Israel for Australia because
he was dissatisfied with
Israeli policies.

Technion Picks
New President

Haifa — Dr. Max Walter
Reis assumed the presidency
of Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology " on Oct. 1, suc-
ceeding Prof. Josef Singer,
who has served as president
since 1982. A member of
Technion's international
board of governors and its
executive committee for
many years, Dr. Reis has
served as vice chairman of
the board since 1984 and has
participated on many Techn-
ion committees.

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