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November 29, 1985 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-29

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Friday, November 29, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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B'NAI MITZVAH

Michael Levine
Twins Bar Mitzvah

Michael Levine will twin his
bar mitzvah with Evgeny Ozerov
of Leningrad, U.S.S.R., at Shab-
bat services at 9 a.m. Saturday at
Cong. Beth Shalom.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Levine of Southfield.
Valery Ozerov and his wife,
Olga, are both engineers in
Leningrad. Ozerov was graduated
from the Leningrad Shipbuilding
Institute. He worked for many
years in plant design in the gas
and oil industries, turning out
numerous publications and ac-
quiring a number of patents.
Nevertheless, when he appl"-A
for exit visas in February 1979, he
was forced to leave his job where
he had been tormented constantly
because he was Jewish. Refusal
came six months later on the
grounds of his • father's secrecy.
However, the father had been re-
tired for more than ten years.
Ozerov now finds himself in
limbo. With his career in ruins, he
presently works as an insurance
agent with a salary of 120 rubles a
month. To add to his problems, his
son Evegeny, has a hearing im-
pairment not currently treatable
in the Soviet Union.
The family has applied for per-
mission three times. Officials
have told them that their case is
"hopeless."

B'not Mitzvah Twin
Their Ceremonies

Kari Grossinger and Jac-
queline Chazen will share their
b'not mitzvah with Natalia Saf-
ronov of Kharkov, Ukraine, at
Shabat services at 8:45 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Kari is the daughter of Emery
and Roberta Grossinger. Jac-
queline is the daughter of Dr.
Howard and Judith Chazen.
Natalia is forbidden to celeb-
rate her bat mitzvah in the Soviet
Union.
Natalia's father, Vladimir, and
her mother, Eleanora, are par-
ticularly troubled by their situa-
tion since Natalia suffers from
cerebral palsy. She has never
attended school because there are
no facilities for her in Kharkov.
Her parents, both engineers,
have not worked in their fields
since applying to leave for Israel
in 1979.

The Safronovs are most anxious
to join their cousin in Rehovot, Is-
rael. They have been denied per-
mission to emigrate on the
grounds of "insufficient kinship."

Alisa Pollak Shares
Her Bat Mitzvah

Alisa Pollak will twin the ob-
servance of her bat mitzvah at
10:30 a.m. Saturday at Temple
Kol Ami with Bella Khayamov of
Derbent in the Soviet Union.
Bella's parents, Yakov and
Guzel Khayamov, applied for
their exit visas and were refused
in 1980. Bella will be 13 years old
this year, but as it is forbidden by
Soviet law for anyone under 16 to
take part in a religious ceremony,
she will be denied her right to be a
bat mitzvah.
Bella has two brothers and two
sisters and a grandmother living
with her, in addition to her par-
ents.

Alissa Rosenbaum
Twins Bat Mitzvah

Alissa Rosenbaum will share
her bat mitzvah with Raiza
Rubinchik of Minsk, Byelorussia,
S.S.R., U.S.S.R., at 8:45 a.m.
Shabbat services Saturday at
Cong. Beth Achim.
Alissa is the daughter of
Mildred and Edward Rosenbaum.
Raiza is the daughter of Anna
and Devard Rubinchik. The
Rubinchik Family was refused
permission to emigrate to Israel
because Mrs. Rubinchik's father
refuses to give permission for
them to leave.
Raiza was 13 in March, but
since it is forbidden by Soviet law
for anyone under 16 to take part
in a religious ceremony, she was
denied her right to be a bat
mitzvah.

Wins Citation

Gerald E. Naftaly of Oak
Park has been selected for in-
clusion in the 1985 edition of
Outstanding Young Men of
America.

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