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February 24, 1989 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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Louis Weingarden of West
Bloomfield and Esther We-
ingarden of Deerfield Beach,
Fla., are pleased to announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Lora, to Michael
Allen Pasick, son of Anne and
the late Irving Pasick of Oak
Park.
Lora is a graduate of the
University Of Michigan and
the Wayne State University
Law School. She is a trial at-
torney employed by the
Wayne County Prosecutor's
Office. Michael is a graduate
of Wayne State University. He
is a senior claims represen-
tative employed by AAA.
An outdoor wedding will be
held in August.

Derin Family
Is Sought

A Soviet family is seeking
relatives with the last name
Derin living in the United
States.
More than 20 years have
passed since Luba Derina
heard from her relatives in
Detroit. "Now, when our hair
is grey, we (are) eager to know
more about you, because not
many relatives we have,"
Luba writes in a recent letter
to her lost relatives.
Luba's late sister and
brother, Vera and Ilya, lived
in Homel. Her elder brother,
Lev, lives in Pinsk. Luba, 73,
has a son, Volodya, who lives
in Pinsk and a daughter,
Rosa, who lives in Kaunas.
Luba would like her
relatives to writer her in care
of her grandson Edward, a
post-graduate student in Len-
ingrad, who speaks English.
Please send corespondence to:
L.S. Derina, Orbeli St. 27,
Building 2, Apartment 44,
Leningrad 194223, USSR.

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B'nai B'rith will hold a din-
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Wednesday.
Following the dinner Vince
Desmond, director of com-
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Detroit Tigers, ,will be the
guest speaker. Desmond is a
former Tiger Scout and
traveling secretary.
The meeting will take place
in the clubhouse of Franklin
Pointe Apartments in
Southfield. The public is in-
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information, contact lodge
president Steven Kaplan,
357-1611.

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