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Friday, June 13, 1986
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COMING THIS SUMMER
Adult B'not Mitzvah
At Adat Shalom
The adult b'not mitzvah of
Sharon Lubetsky, Sydelle Sonkin
and Valerie Trivax will take
place at 9 a.m. today during
Shavuot services at Adat Shalom
They will twin the observance
of their bat mitzvah celebration
at Adat Shalom Synagogue with
Tamara Lubchenko of Sukhumi,
Ms. Lubchenko was fired from
her job in May 1982, and is un-
able to find a job. She has been
left without any means of liveli-
hood: She has been the recipient
of some donations from friends,
but she has no way of earning a
Ms. Lubchenko, her twin sister
and her family grew up in the
Ukraine and lived there until the
eary 1970s when they decided to
emigrate to Israel. They hoped it
would be easier to secure exit
visas if they lived elsewhere, and
so moved to Sukhumi in the
In 1973, Ms. Lubchenko, her
twin sister and another sister
submitted emigration applica-
tions, only to be refused in 1974
on the grounds that "there is no
peace in Israel, and that there
was no reason to leave the Soviet
Union." Their repeated requests
were turned down on various pre-
texts, despite numerous appeals
to local and national authorities.
In 1979, Ms. Lubchenko's sis-
ter, Lidia, was allowed to leave
for Israel, where she now resides.
Both women were told to apply on
the affidavit which Lidia was to
send from Israel. They did this,
but were refused again.
Tamara's son and her twin sis-
ter's son study Hebrew and
attend synagogue and are fond of
Israeli songs, postcards and
THIS SPACE CONTRIBu TED BY THE PU8LISHEP
Boys To Twin
Their B'nai Mitzvah
"I really feel that the most important
and best part of camp is meeting new people
and making new friends..."
— Emily Shwedel (8th grade)
"I really enjoyed sailing, the 4-day canoe trip
and a lot of other activities like the ropes course,
climbing tower, and the Fourth of July carnival."
David Bickart (7th grade)
"Camp Maas is really great..."
Hal Granoff and Jeffrey Min-
dell will twin the observance of
their b'nai mitzvah celebration at
Adat Shalom Synagogue at 9
a.m. Saturday with Alexander
Reizas, son of Boris and Bertha
Reizas of Kiev, USSR.
The Reizases applied for per-
mission to emigrate to Israel in
1979 and were refused because of
"army service." Hal and Jeffrey
have written to Alexander and
will attempt to contact the family
— Rachel Lessen (7th grade)
Call & Ask For: MICHAEL ROSEN
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TAMARACK CAMPS PRODUCTION
directed by MARVIN BERMAN associate executive director ROBERT LIPSITZ
program director WARREN COHEN team supervisor RUTH GREY
team supervisor JOAN LIPSITZ drama supervisor MICHAEL PRENEVOST '
horsebackriding supervisor JACQUELIN STEVENS
ceramics supervisor GARY RICHMOND tripping supervisor JODY WINKLEMAN
Jewish resource coordinator HOWARD COOPER
STARTS JUNE 29
6th - 10th grades
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Is Bar Mitzvah
Ryan Barish became bar
mitzvah on May 31 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Ryan is the son of
Sidney and Rita Barish of West
Bloomfield and the brother of
Shelli Feinberg, Cindi Shifman
and Jody Greenspan.
Out-of-town guests, including
those from Israel, were on hand
to help celebrate Ryan's bar