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September 07, 1984 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

B'NAI MITZVAH

B'nai mitzvah
twin their rites

David Kraus and Gregory Sal-
lan• will twin the observance of
their b'nai mitzvah celebration at
Adat Shalom Synagogue Satur-
day with Seva Genis, son of
Anatoly and Galia Genis of Mos-
cow, USSR.
Genis and his wife are both
mathematicians. Genis' specialty
is in the theory of probability, and
although a graduate of Moscow
University, with a doctorate de-
aree ) he has not been able to work
b
in his field since he applied for an
exit visa. He now does heavy labor
as a loader, working 14 hours a
day to try to support his family.
Mrs. Genis, a graduate of the
Teacher's Institute faculty of
Moscow University, knows some
English as well as her native Rus-
sian. Her employment at this time
is uncertain.
Genis is a brother-in-law of the
refusenik Yuli Kosharovsky.
Whenever possible, Genis attends
the scientific seminars for re-
fuseniks in Moscow.

Bar mitzvah
is celebrated

Steven Scott Schulman, son of
Michael and Linda Schulman,
celebrated his bar mitzvah Aug.
18 at Cong. Beth Isaac, Trenton,
Mich. Steve was joined by his
father who conducted the service.
Grandparents are Ben Magza-
min of Omaha, Neb., and Murray
and Carol Schulman of Tamarac,
Fla. Great-grandmother, Ger-
trude Nussbaum, 90, also of
Tamarac attended. Relatives
helping Steve celebrate came
from Nebraska, Illinois and New
York.

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