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September 02, 1988 - Image 96

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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I B'NAI MITZVAH I

Happy 40th Birthday

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Deborah Brown, daughter
of Lawrence and Marcia
Brown of West Bloomfield,
will share her bat mitzvah to-
day at Temple Israel with
Elena Kilberg, the daugher of
Mikhail and Sofia Kilberg of
Leningrad.
The twinning ceremony
symbolically links Deborah
with Elena, who will
celebrate her bat mitzvah in
absentia since no Russian
child under the age of 16 may
participate in a religious
observance.
Elena's father has been
refused permission to
emigrate from the Soviet
Union since the family first
applied in June 1978. A com-
puter engineer/programmer,
his exit visa was rejected
because of "secrecy" and "no
invitation."
As of 1983, Mrs. Kilberg's
mother was living in the
United States and her uncle
was living in Israel.
Deborah and Elena both
share an interest in music
and Elena has requested
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Julie Yashinsky, daughter
of Ellen and Dennis Yashin-
sky, and Karen Stern,
daughter of Laura and Myles
Stern will celebrate their
b'not mitzvah with their
Soviet twin, Olga Cirelson, on
Saturday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Olga's family had been try-
ing to leave Leningrad since
1978, and had been refused
their exit visas. However this
spring, Olga and her family
were granted permission to
emigrate from the Soviet
Union.
Julie and Karen have been
unable to contact Olga and
her family, and are unsure at
this time if they have
emigrated from the Soviet
Union.

Kevin Winer
nvins His Rite

Kevin Winer twinned his
bar mitzvah with Ilia
Khanukaev of Derbent
Bagestanskaya recently at
Temple Beth El. Ilia's father
is a basketball coach and his
mother is a draftsman. He
has a brother, 14, and a sister,
nine. His grandmother lives
in Israel.
Kevin has written to Ilia
twice, but has received no
reply.

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