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December 16, 1988 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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N EWS I

WHAT'S HIDING IN YOUR CARPET?

Refuseniks
Will Emigrate

New York (JTA) — Two long-
term refuseniks told two
weeks ago that their
knowledge of "state secrets"
would no longer be used as
grounds for denying them
permission to emigrate have
been promised exit visas, the
Union of Councils for Soviet
Jews reported this week.
Roald Zelichonok, 52, and
Edvard Markov, both of Len-
ingrad, were notified by OVIR
emigration authorities last
week that they could
emigrate.
Another Soviet Jew long
refused for "state secrecy"
reasons also has received per-
mission. He is Julian Khasin
of Moscow.
Zelichonok, an electronics
engineer jailed for teaching
Hebrew in his apartment, has
been waiting 10 years for an
exist visa. He received his
permission last week.
Zelichonok's wife, Galina,
returned to Leningrad last
week after three months in
the West, where she was
treated for an eye disease and
attended a scientific con-
ference in her husband's
stead.
Markov, an energy engineer
refused permission to
emigrate for nine years, also
was told last week he could
leave.
Khasin, a computer
engineer, had been refused
permission to emigrate since
1980.

Synagogue
Opens Shelter

Washington (JTA) — Jews
often reach out to help the
homeless during the holiday
season. For many synagogues
around the United States
that operate shelters, it's a
year-round job.
But while most shelters
serve as temporary homes, a
synagogue in Washington is
apparently one of the first to
open a permanent residence.
Martin Blank, social action
chairman of Washington's
Adas Israel Congregation,
said the Conservative syna-
gogue, which opened the
facility in March, now houses
five women ages 30 to 50.
Located in a residential
area of Northwest Washing-
ton, it cost $7,500 to open. It
charges a monthly rental fee
of $700. The residents con-
tribute some money toward
the rent, while those who can-
not pay are subsidized
through the District of Col-
umbia's Tenant Assistant
Program.

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