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June 06, 1986 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 6, 1986

Lee
Wolin

MARC
ANKERMAN

B'NAI MITZVAH

354-4433

'Wedding Rehearsals and Ceremony Assistance

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Shelly Berenstein and Laurie
Remer will twin the observance
of their b'not mitzvah celebra-
tion at 9 a.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue ,with Yulia
Chudnovsky, daughter of
Evgeny and Marina Chud-
novsky of Kharkov, USSR.
A physicist, Chudnovsky was
employed by the Kharkov Uni-
versity. Mrs. Chudnovsky, an
English teacher, was teaching at
a secondary school. When they
applied to emigrate in August
1979, they both lost their jobs.
Their livelihood now comes from
giving private lessons. The rea-
son for their refusal was that
the invitation was not from a
first degree relative, although
Mrs. Chudnovsky's brother lives
in Israel as does her husband's
uncle.
In recent months, a new tactic
of harassment has been adopted
by Soviet officials to discourage
would-be applicants with scien-
tific degrees. Jewish scientists
requesting exit visas are being
deprived of their doctorates and
M.A. degrees. Stripping scien-
tists of their academic titles af-
fects their self esteem; they are
immediately committed to a
drop in salary;. career prospects
are destroyed; they are deprived
of the work stimulus needed by
all scientists; they are put in a
position subordinate to people
they were previously supervis-
ing; they are humiliated and os-
tracized by their academic peers.
Although he was expelled
from Kharkov University,
Chudnovsky continues his work
on theoretical physics. In 1980,
he submitted two scientific pap-
ers to journals in the West. In
September 1980, an unofficial
university was started by Khar-
kov activists, for children of re-
fuseniks denied places in insti-
tutes of higher education.
Chudnovsky participates by
teaching mathematics, physics
and chemistry. there.
Shelly and Laurie have written
to Yulia and will attempt to
contact the family by phone.

Alyssa Lovinger, daughter of
Allan and Karen Lovinger, and
Karen Pierce, daughter of Doug-
las and Arlene Pierce, will twin
their b'not mitzvah at Temple
Israel at 11 a.m. Saturday with
Rachel Genusov, daughter of
Elena and Grigory Genusov of
Leningrad, USSR.
Both Rachel's father and her
uncle, Alexander, have applied
to the government for exit visas.
Both had been refused on the
grounds of "previous service in
the army."
Despite signing papers that
they were in no way connected
with secret material, visas have
been denied to Grigory, al-
though his brother was granted
permission to leave for Israel in
1981.
In ill health with a lung ail-
ment, Grigory still is an outspo-
ken Zionist and reports fre-

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