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September 04, 1987 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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John Kaufman
Is Bar Mitzvah

This Year the College
Announces the Opening
of an Expanded Program

Classes will be held Monday night at Temple Emanu-El and Wednesday night at Temple Beth El.

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Wednesday Night 7:30-9:15:Sept. 16, 30; Oct. 21, 28; Nov. 4, 11, 18, Dec. 2, 9; Jan. 6, 13, 20
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TEACHERS CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE - MS. SHERRY ABRAMS
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The College offers many more courses, the above are only a few of your choices. Teacher Certification is available for
teachers interested in the program. Please Call 851-1100 for a catalogue covering all of our course offerings.

REGISTRATION: Monday, Sept. 14, 7:00 p.m. Temple Emanu-El
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John Kaufman
John Jay Kaufman, son of
Jerry and Jacqui Kaufman,
became a bar mitzvah Thurs-
day when he conducted
shacharit services at the
Lubavitch Educational
Center in Farmington Hills.
Rabbis Chaim Moshe Bergs-
tein and Yitzchak Kagan
officiated.
Johnny is the great-grand-
son of Rose Herman of
Southfield and Hanna Kauf-
man of Los Angeles. He is
also the grandson of Albert
Kaufman of Southfield and
Hortense and Samuel Alper
of Las Vegas.
Out-of-town friends and
family from Los Angeles;
Aspen; Washington, D.C.;
Boston; Cincinnati; and
Grand Rapids joined Johnny
in celebrating his simcha.
Johnny is an eighth grade
student at Hillel Day School.
A kiddush in Johnny's honor
will be given following Shab-
bat services Saturday at Bais
Chabad of Farmington Hills.

Taryn Israel
Is Bat Mitzvah

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Taryn Israel was called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah
Aug. 29 at Cong. Beth
Shalom. She shared her
special day with Evgenya
Chernobilsky, a resident of
Moscow, whose family has
been denied its Jewish
heritage.
Evgenya's family has been
refused permission to
emigrate to Israel since 1976.
Her father, Boris, has par-
ticipated in many protests on
behalf of his family's right to
leave. He has served
sentences in prison on alleg-
ed charges of "organizing a
demonstration, striking
members of the Soviet
militia, and hooliganism" and
later "beating a policeman."
The entire family con-
sisting of Evgenya, Boris, her

mother Elena, sister Anna,
and her brother Yosif, has
been granted citizenship by
the government of Israel and
they think of themselves as
"Israeli citizens forced to
reside in the USSR." They all
speak Hebrew.
Taryn has written to
Evgenya several times
without response. Inquiry has
been filed with the postal ser-
vice regarding the reason for
non-delivery. As yet Taryn
has no confirmation that her
letters have been received.
Taryn is the daughter of
Larry and Leda Israel of
Southfield. Also participating
in the service were her sister,
Amy; grandparents, Albert
and Beth Margolin and
Charles and Bernice Israel;
great-grandfather, Alexander
Weiner; aunts Andee Mosher
and Michele Bloomberg; and
uncles Dennis Israel, Cary
Israel and Randy Israel.
Friends and relatives
traveled from Colorado,
Florida, New York, Iowa and
Illionis to be with Taryn as
she read from the Torah.

Teen Celebrates
Bar Mitzvah

Arthur Isaac Aisner will be
called to the Torah on occa-
sion of his bar mitzvah on
Saturday at Cong. Beth
Achim. Arthur is the son of
Ida Aisner of Farmington
Hills and the late Mr. Alex-
ander Aisner.
Sharing in the celebration
are Arthur's older brother,
David; grandparents
Abraham Lubieniecki and
Miriam Lubieniecki, of Mon-
treal, Que.; and grandmother
Cyrla Aisner-Czerniak of Tel
Aviv, Israel.
Out-of-town family and
guests will come from
Canada, Israel, Chicago, New
Jersey, Florida and California
to help Arthur celebrate his
special day.

Saltsman Sets
Bar Mitzvah

Cong. B'nai Israel of West
Bloomfield will celebrate the
bar mitzvah of Daniel
Saltsman, son of Allen and
Barbara Saltsman on Satur-
day. Daniel will twin his bar
mitzvah with Igor Iosovich of
Khust, Russia.
Igor is the son of Iosip an
Zoya Iosivich. Until 1970,
Iosovich was chief agronomist
in a collective farm and after
that he became chairman.
His wife worked as a
laboratory technician in a
food factory. They have been
denied a visa and officials
have given no reason for
refusal.

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