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May 15, 1987 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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sented at the 1987 Assembly
in June. Some 25 pre-
Assembly briefing sessions
will be held throughout the
country this month. Local
Jewish Agency committee
chairpersons will be con-
sulted with a view toward
local involvement in the
allocation of funds process.
Taub said the new standing
committee will be responsible
for providing information,
planning missions to Israel
and helping to involve local
JAFI committees in decision-
making on allocations.

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succumbed to cardiac arrest
immediately after his arrival
in Vie-Ana after being released
from the Soviet Union.
Shpeizman was en route to
Israel with his wife, Nelly, to
be reunited with their daugh-
ter, Rita Levin of Jerusalem,
who has been campaigning
for months for her father's
emigration. She never got a
chance to see her father
again. She has been living in
Israel for 10 years.
Shpeizman, 55, who was ill
with lymphosarcoma, suf-
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at the Leningrad OVIR emi-
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been told his much-refused
application was incomplete,
lacking a new photograph.
Almost two weeks later,
Soviet emigration authorities
finally granted the Leningrad
engineer permission to leave.
At the time, he was too ill to
be moved.

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40th anniversary of Israel's
independence.
Michigan and Israel signed
a trade relations pact in
January.

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