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November 06, 1987 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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I B'NAI MITZVAH 1

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

invites you to

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Julie Beth Citrin, daughter
of Janis and David Citrin,
will observe her bat mitzvah
on Saturday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Also joining her will be her
brother, Matthew; grand-
parents, Rosalind and Louis
Citrin of North Miami Beach,
Fla., and Frances Holtzman;
and great-grandmother, Fan-
ny Clinton.
Julie's family, friends and
classmates from Hillel Day
School will be on hand to help
her celebrate her special day.

Teen Shares
Bar Mitzvah

APPLEGATE SQUARE

30%

Julie Citrin
Is Bat Mitzvah

OFF

EVERYTHING

except boy's suits & sport coats

All Previous Sales Excluded • No Charges • All Sales Final

Together,
there's so much
good we can do.

Jeffrey Starkman will twin
the observance of his bar
mitzvah celebration with
Alik Maliy, son of Israel and
Fira of Ukrainian SSR,
USSR, at 9 a.m. Nov. 28 at
Cong. Beth Shalom.
Maliy was refused an exit
visa on the grounds of army
service which he completed in
1969, ten years before his visa
application. Mrs. Maliy's
brother has been in Israel
since 1978.

Shawn Smith
Is Bar Mitzvah

TAMARACK CAMPS ADVENTURE CENTER

GRAND-REOPENING

(The Event You've All Been Waiting For)

Sunday, November 15

4:00-5:30 p.m.

FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES
The fun is about to begin. Again.







EXCITING CRAFTS PROJECTS
THE THRILLS OF THE ROPES COURSE
PETTABLE FARM ANIMALS
PIONEER SKILLS PROJECTS YOU CAN TAKE HOME
GIANT INDOOR PLAYGROUND

Open Wednesday-Friday
Saturdays
Sundays
10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
— Fees may be paid in advance —

Through the end of December. Admission fee for children only.

Birthday Programs are available. Call 661-0600

Shawn Smith celebrated his
bar mitzvah Oct. 24 at
Livonia Jewish Congrega-
tion. Shawn is the son of Mar-
vin and Lila Smith, and the
grandson of Sarah Smith.

Steven Rubin
Is Bar Mitzvah

Steven Rubin will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at Shabbat
services Saturday at Cong.
B'nai David.
Steven is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Rubin of West
Bloomfield and grandson of
Ted and Clara Robins of
Southfield and Manuel and
Lilly Schey of Miami Beach,
Fla.
Steven will twin his bar
mitzvah with Roma
Avadiaiev of Kafkaza, Der-
bent, USSR. Roma's father,
Kiin, applied and was refus-
ed emigration to Israel in
January 1975. The Avadiaiev
family consists of mother,
father and grandmother and
besides Roma, four other
children.
They are among the Tat
("mountain") Jews living in
the Caspian seaport of Der-
bent. The community has
lodged a special joint protest
over the local policy of refus-

ing exit visas to reunite with
close relatives in Israel.
Avadiaiev's sister has been in
Israel for nine years and longs
for her mother and brother's
family to be with her.
Steven has written several
times to Roma and the con-
gregation will honor the
Soviet youngster in absentia
during the bar mitzvah
service.

im•H NEWS 1'1"mm

Please Pass
The Bananas

Not only is man's closest
relative the chimpanzee, but
the chimpanzee's closest
relative is man, according to
new evidence collected by a
Wayne State University/Up-
John Co. research team.
Dr. Morris Goodman, pro-
fessor of anatomy at Wayne
State, announced evidence
last year that pointed to a
three-way evolutionary split
between man, chimp and
gorilla.
According to the research,
humans and chimpanzees are
only 1.6 percent different
genetically, while chimps and
gorillas • are 2.1 percent dif-
ferent. The research also
shows that gorillas branched
off the human evolutionary
tree about 5.5 million years
ago, while chimps diverged
about 5 million years ago.

Immigrant Law

Washington
An
American Jewish Committee
immigration expert told Con-
gress that a new proposed law
on immigration would have
the positive effect of letting
new peple into the U.S., but
needs to be changed to avoid
ethnic conflicts, preserve the
right of Americans to bring
close relatives to this country,
and maintain ethnic
pluralism.

EARLY DEADLINES

The Jewish News will
have special deadlines for
its November 27 issue and
special holiday gift guide
because of the Thanksgiv-
ing holiday.

NOVEMBER 27 ISSUE:
Display advertising reser-
vations and copy due by
Friday, Nov. 20. Classified
advertising reservations
and copy due by Monday,
Nov. 23 at noon.

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE:
All space reservations and
copy due by Wednesday,
Nov. 18.

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