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June 06, 1986 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 6, 1986

1

Amram Ebgi

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Jewish Parents Institute b'nai mitzvah celebrants are, bottom row,
from left: Karen Mouradian, Jennifer Davis, Allison Berg and
Joshua Walker; and top row, from left: Bill Stettner, instructor
Richard Frank and Jonathan Mandel.

The Jewish Parents Institute
will hold its second annual b'nai
mitzvah ceremony on Saturday
at 8 p.m. at the main Jewish
Community Center. A reception
will follow the ceremony.
Celebrants are: Karen Moura-
dian, Jennifer Davis, Allison
Berg, Joshua Walker, Bill
Stettner and Jonathan Mandel.
The JPI B'nai Mitzvah pro-
gram is an optional interdisci-
plinary study including a
philosophical study of the Torah
and Talmud, a 32-hour commu-
nity related work project, an in-
dividual research project, and
the study of bar/bat mitzvah and
other "rite of passage" litera-
ture.
This year celebrants have
chosen the following research
topics and community work
projects:
Allison has chosen "Yiddish
Literature" as her research proj-
ect and has worked as a
teacher's assistant at Conant
Elementary School in Bloom-
field Township.
Jennifer has researched the
life and career of Louis Bran-
deis, and has worked with the
elderly' at Prentis Manor.
Jon has chosen "Jews in the
Old West" as his research topic,
and worked at two area nature
preserves for his community
service project.
Karen studied the life of Anne
Frank, and assisted in the
Meadow Lake Elementary
School in Birmingham.
Bill chose as his research

Emanu-el Lists
Confirmands

Temple Emanu-El will have
confirmation services at 8:45
p.m. Thursday in the temple.
Confirmands are: Jane Be-
rman, Jonathan Cooper, Brian
Erdstein, Beth Ferstenfeld,
Sheri Fine, Aaron Goldstein, Ira
Go: [stein, Lori Greenwald, Lisa
Jackier, Douglas Levy, Michelle
Pearlman, Daniel Richmond and
Marla Stoller.

topic, "Jews in Unusual Places,"
and completed his community
service project in an after-school
latchkey program.
Josh researched the life and
philosophies of Albert Einstein,
also completed his community
service project at Prentis Manor.

Twinning Slated
At Shaarey Zedek

Aaron Hamburger, son of Dr.
Joel and Hilda Hamburger, and
Richard Clark, son of Daniel
and Suzanne Clark, will share
their b'nai mitzvah at 8:45 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek with Mark Buzharsky of
Kishinev, USSR.
Aaron and Richard have been
writing to their "twin" in the
Soviet Union for months, but
have not yet received a reply.
They share their b'nai mitzvah
because Mark is not allowed to
have his in Russia.
Isaac Buzharsky, Mark's
father, is a refusenik in
Kishinev. A simple worker, his
occupation is that of locksmith.
His wife, Ada, was an account-
ant but she lost her job soon
after applying for a visa. With
the stigma of refusenik on her,
she has not been able to find
any other kind of work. Her
parents, the Nesatys, of
Kishinev, also have been re-
fused permission.
Buzharsky wishes to be re-
united with his aunt who has
been in Israel since 1980. He
was refused on the ground of
"regime considerations" — army
service. This is seen as just one
more instance of official
harassment since Buzharsky's
tour of duty with the army was
completed -in December 1970,
more than 15 years ago.
The congregation will be
asked to write letters of con-
gratulation to the family:
Buzharsky Family, Belskogo
20/1 Apt. 79, Kishinev 43, Bol-
davian SSR, USSR.

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