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September 04, 1987 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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"m'IB'NAI MITZVAH

They might guess the size.
They'll never guess the price.

Cary Beale
•Wins Ceremony

Cary Beale will share his
bar mitzvah with a Soviet
Jewish peer in absentia at
Cong. Beth Achim on
Monday.
The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Beale of Southfield,
Cary will share his special
day with Roma Avadiaiev of
Derbent, Russia. Roma is the
son of Kiin and Roza
Avadiaiev, grandson of
Avigail Avadiaiev and one of
five children.
The Avadiaiev family has
been refused permission to
emigrate since Januagy 1975,
and has been unable to join
Roma's aunt in Israel who has
been there nine years.
The Avadiaiev family is
among the Tat ("Mountain")
Jews living in the Caspian
seaport of Derbent. This com-
munity has lodged a special
joint protest against the local
Ovir's policy of refusing them
exit visas to reunite with
close relatives in Israel.
Cary will read from the
Torah for both of them.

Pines Shares
His Ceremony

Gustave Pines, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Pines, will
twin his bar mitzvah with
Yan Appelbaum of Novos-
ibirsk, USSR, on Saturday at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.
Yan's father, Dr. Yakov Ap-
plebaum, is the author of
more than 20 scientific ar-
ticles. He was a highly suc-
cessful and productive
physicist until 1982, when he
and his wife applied for exit
visas. Soon after, he lost his
position as senior researcher
in physics at the Novosibirsk
State University.
His wife, Valentina, a ballet
dancer, also was fired from
the Theater of Opera and
Ballet. Yan's father was able
to emigrate to Israel, however
Yan and his mother still re-
main in the USSR.

Teen's Twin
Makes Aliyah

Halye Mitnick, daughter of
Randy and Barry Mitnick,
will celebrate her bat mitzvah
at 9 a.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
She will acknowledge that
her Russian, Jewish, bat
mitzvah twin, Elizaveta
Kelbert, formerly of Len-
ingrad, USSR, has been
granted permission to make
aliyah with her parents.

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