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November 18, 1988 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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Blonder-Koloff
ting shortly to live in the
Deborah Ruth Koloff and
Washington, D.C., area.
Brian Lee Blonder were mar-
ried recently at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Paul Yedwab and Can-
Kamenentsky-Eisenberg
tor Harold Orbach officiated.
Deborah is the daughter of
Cheryl Eisenberg and
William Koloff of Southfield
Howard Kamenentsky were
and the late Estelle Blake
recently married at Con-
Koloff. Brian is the son of Ir-
gregation Beth Abraham
ma Blonder of Southfield and
Hillel Moses in West Bloom-
the late George Blonder.
field. Rabbi Irving Schnipper
and Cantor Ben-Zion Lanx-
Debbie Gross, a close friend
ner officiated. Participating
of the couple, was matron of
in the ceremony were the
honor. David Blonder, brother
parents of the bride and
of the bridegroom, was best
bridegroom, Diane and
man.
Sander Eisenberg of Far-
The newlyweds enjoyed an
mington Hills and Marcia
extended honeymoon in-
and Louis Kamenentsky of
England and Scotland.
Boston. The couple will be
Though residing in South-
residing in Boston.
field, the couple will be depar-

B'NAI MITZVAH

Davya Cohen
Is Bat Mitzvah

Davya Maureen Cohen,
wife of Stanley M. Cohen,
daughter of Aaron and Ibnya
Slootsky, will twin the obser-
vance of her bat mitzvah
celebration with Elena Cher-
nobilsky, wife of Boris Cher-
nobilsky, Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. at
Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Chernobilsky and her
family first applied to leave
the Soviet Union in 1975, but
were refused because they
were considered a security
risk. Chernobilsky has work-
ed at a series of odd jobs with
periods of unemployment in
between.

120

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1988

The Chernobilskys have
three children, Anna age 17,
Evegenya age 14 and Yosif
age 4.
The Chernobilskys have
participated in numerous
peaceful demonstrations over
the past 13 years. Cher-
nobilsky has spent at least
one year in a Soviet labor
camp for allegedly beating a
policeman. In 1986, he serv-
ed 15 days in a Soviet prison
for carrying a sign, "11 years
are enough," outside the
Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow.
Mrs. Chernobilsky and her
children were also arrested at
that time, but were later
released.- •
The Chernobilskys have
been granted Israeli citizen-

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