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June 23, 1989 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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B'NAI MITZVAH I

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Zachary Simon Blumberg
and Jason Randolph
Blumberg, twin sons of Cyn-
thia Head and Robin
Blumberg, celebrated their
b'nai mitzvah at the Livonia
Jewish Congregation.
Kevin Michael Katan and
Brian Stuart Katan, sons of
Sandor and Sharon Katan,
were b'nai mitzvah at Con-
gregation B'nai Moshe.
Adam Sokolove, son of
Bruce and Linda Sokolove,
was bar mitzvah at Temple
Beth Emeth in Ann Arbor.
Dyane K. Breitberg,
daughter of Robert and Fred-
die Breitberg, was bat mitz-
vah at Temple Israel.
Adam Labelle, son of Joan
and Fred Labelle, celebrated
his bar mitzvah at Temple
Israel.
Lissa Levine, daughter of
Sallyjo and Barry Levine,
celebrated her bat mitzvah at
Temple Kol Ami.
Ryan Matthew Ridley, son
of Jacqueline and Mark
Ridley, was bar mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El.
Alan Simon, son of Renee
Simon, was bar mitzvah at
Congregation Beth Shalom.
Joshua Ethan Sukenic, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sukenic,
was bar mitzvah at Congrega-
tion Beth Achim.

Zaks Shares
Bat Mitzvah

Lisa Zaks, daughter of
Susan and Jeffrey Zaks,
twinned her bat mitzvah at
Mat Shalom Synagogue with
Marina Kolmanovsky of
Baku in the Soviet Union.
Marina is the daughter of
Natalya and Feliks
Kolmanovsky. The family
first applied in 1979 for exit
visas to Israel. They were
refused the same year

B'nai Mitzvah
Notice

The Jewish News
welcomes news about b'nai
and b'not mitzvah. Infor-
mation must be typed and
double-spaced and will be
printed after the event
only.
The Jewish News will
publish the names of the
b'nai mitzvah and their
parents, a black and white
photograph of the bar or
bat mitzvah, the place of
the event and brief infor-
mation about a twinning.
A $10 photo processing
fee is charged for each pic-
ture. Photographs will be
returned only when accom-
panied by a self-addressed,
stamped envelope.

because of "insufficient kin-
ship.”
Lisa has written Marina
and will try to reach her by
telephone.

Alter And Krut
tWin Their Rite

Daniel Aaron Alter, son of
Ellen and Peter Alter, and
Robert P. Krut, son of Faye
and Michael Krut, twinned
their b'nai mitzvah at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek
with Maksim Rozenoer of
Moscow.
During their visit last Oc-
tober to the Soviet Union as
part of the United Jewish Ap-
peal's Jubilee Mission, the
Alters visited with Maksim
and his mother, Natasha. Bar
mitzvah gifts were given to
Maksim from the Alter and
Krut families. Since then, the
Kruts and Alters have cor-
responded with and spoken
on the telephone to the
Rozenoers.
Maksim's father Sergei
(Shlomo) lives in Israel.

Teen Shares
Bar Mitzvah

Aaron Joshua Bienstock
Goldenberg, son of Enid
Bienstock and William
Goldenberg of West Bloom-
field, twinned his bar mitzvah
at Temple Emanu-El with
Vladislav Kusaev, son of Olga
and Arcady Kusaev of the
Soviet Union.
Olga Kusaev is a nurse; her
husband is a radio mechanic
who applied for an exit visa in
1974. They were refused
immediately.
Aaron has tried repeatedly
to contact Vladislav, but all
his letters have been return-
ed. The envelopes indicated
that the family moved, and
did not offer a forwarding
address.

Bassin iWins
With Letichever

Benjamin Bassin, son of
Ronna and Lawrence Bassin,
twinned his bar mitzvah at
Mat Shalom Synagogue with
Roman Letichever, son of
Sofia and Leonid Letichever
of Kishinev in the Soviet
Union.
The Letichever family first
applied for permission to
emigrate to Israel in August
1978. They were denied visas
the same year with the
reason for the refusal
unknown.
Benjamin has written
Roman and will try to reach
the family by telephone.

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