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January 24, 1986 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

B'NAI- MITZVAH

Friday, January 24, 1986 73

COLOR DESIGNS FOR YOUR FACE BY SONYA

ara Guyer Shares
er Bat Mitzvah

Sara Emilie Guyer, daughter
f Cheryl and Dan Guyer of
untington Woods, will share
er bat mitzvah at 9 a.m.
aturday at Adat Shalom
ynagogue with Liza Vasser-
an, daughter of Grigory Vas-
erman and Maria Kelbert of
eningrad, USSR.
The twinning ceremony sym-
olically links Sara with Liza,
ho will celebrate her bat
itzvah in absentia since no
ussia child under the age of 16
ay participate in a religious
eremony.
Liza's father, Grigory, a
eningrad activist has re-
eatedly demanded the right to
live in Israel. He is a communi-
ations engineer by profession
but since his refusal, has be-
come religious and now teaches
Hebrew and leads seminars
about Jewish culture. His exit
visa was first rejected in Oc-
tober, 1978.
Liza now lives with her
mother Maria, a physician, and
her stepfather, Leonid Kelbert.
Kelbert was an
internationally-acclaimed film
director in Leningrad when he
applied for an exit visa. He now
directs a Jewish theater group
performing on themes in Jewish
history. The Kelberts have re-
peatedly been denied exit visas.

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