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May 27, 1988 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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Increase
your interest
in Israel

Judaism," she says. "It is
fascinating because they ex-
plain everything in the Bi-
ble."
Says her husband, "We
have done intense studying
and we understand the mean-
ing of all the words. We've
been married 35 years and
this is definitely one of the
nicest things that we have
done together."
In addition to her Thmple
Israel bat mitzvah ceremony
on June 11, Lois Rubin, 48,
celebrated her bat mitzvah on
Massada when she traveled to
Israel this spring with a
group from the temple led by
Rabbi Harold Loss. "We had
a service on Massada where
we recited our Torah portion
and the blessings," she ex-
plains. "Some of the people
are past participants in the
class and recited the portion
they had read at their bar or
bat mitzvah."
Rubin had watched her
three children be bar and bat
mitzvah and wanted to see if
she could also do it. "I've
always wanted to learn He-
brew and learn more about
the Jewish religion. I went to
Sunday school and Hebrew
school as a child but I really
didn't understand the service.
"Now I love going to Friday
night services because I can
follow it and I know what is
going on. I find it relaxing
and it sets a tone for the
whole weekend."
The 10 people in Rubin's
class have selected unity as
their theme. "At times it has
been difficult to find the time
to study the Hebrew. My son
is always telling me to do my
homework. I especially enjoy
learning the history of
Judaism with the rabbis and
the cantor."
Coming from a Conser-
vative upbringing, Rubin was
surprised to find men who
had not been bar mitzvah.
Both Rick Halberg and Bill
Lakritz are in her class.
"I had very little training
as a child," says Halberg. "My
grandparents were very re-
ligious but my parents were
not. I was offered a choice and
I chose not to have a bar mitz-
vah. I regret that I was given
that choice. I wish I had been
forced to have a bar mitzvah.
But doing it now gives me a
stronger feeling about being
a Jew and may mean more to
me now than it would have
then.
"I'm very proud that I made
the decision to do it now," he
says.
In addition to learning
Jewish history, Halberg, 39,
feels he is setting a good ex-
ample for his two children,
nine and six. "It has been a
long struggle but I am learn-

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