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May 19, 1989 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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in 1979 for permission to
emigrate to Israel. They were
refused visas because a
relative allegedly had access
to state secrets. Following his
request for a visa, Alexander
Feingin was forced to give up
his job as a professional
mechanical engineer and
take a low-paying manual job.
He was hospitalized for ulcer
trouble.
Jason has written to Danil
and will attempt to reach the
family by phone.

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Moishe Haar Memorial
Foundation, under the
auspices of Sholem Aleichem
Institute will present its 22nd
annual event June 4 at
7:30 p.m. at the United
Hebrew Schools' LaMed
Auditorium.
Reuben and Dorothy Silver
will give dramatic readings in
Yiddish and English.

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The Oak Park Outreach Of-
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stress, presented by the
Oakland County department
of institutional and human
services, at the Oak Park
Community Center on May
25, at 12:30 p.m. For informa-
tion and to register, contact
the outreach office, 541-0900.

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The Beth Achim's Men's
Club slate for the coming year
has been announced by Les
Hubert, slate committee
chairman.
The election, combined
with a brunch, will be held
Sunday, May 21. Sherwin
Tukel, of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, will speak on
"The Arab-Israeli Conflict: Is
There a Chance For Peace?"
Nominees are: Ed Kohn,
president; Mark Rafsky, first
vice president; Don Davis,
vice president; Mike Feld-
man, treasurer; Charles Ber-
ris, corresponding secretary;
Dr. Dennis Phillips, recording
secretary.
Trustees are: James Hack,
Martin Hollander, Perry
Levey, Sherwin Newman,
Brian Norman, Harold Salter,
Joseph Silverstein, Jerry Tep-
man, Michael Wainer and
Leon Warner.
For information, call the
synagogue, 352-8670.

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