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June 09, 1989 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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I B'NAI MITZVAH I

THE BIGGEST SUMMER SALE

BEGINS JUNE 9th

AT THE WAITING GAME

INFANTS „ TODDLERS . BOYS (4-7)

GIRLS (4-6X)

(Excluding
Layette)

Shirts „ . Swim wear „ . Dresses ... Tops „ Pants

JUNE 9 thru JUNE 16 - 40% OFF
JUNE 17 thru JUNE 23 - 50% OFF
JUNE 24 thru ???? - 60% OFF

APPLEGATE SQUARE
. Northwestern & Inkster
Southfield
352-9799

No Charges . . . All Sales Final

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Come to Baby World 'N Teens
For The Best Selection And Price
Of Baby & Teen Furniture Anywhere!

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Michigan's Largest Display of Baby and Teen Furniture

B4IBY WORLD 11 TEENS

OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 10 to 9

TROY
OAKLAND MALL
510 W. 14 Mile Rd.
585-0440

W. DEARBORN
Bet. Telegraph & Southfield
22022 Michigan Ave.
565.9200

OPENING SOON
LIVONIA MALL
7 Mile and
Middlebelt

FOR DIAMONDS, ES1ATES
AND PRECIOUS GEMS...

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'Sidney Krandall &Sons is internationally known
. and respected throughout the estate and jewelry
' industries for conducting transactions in an equit-
' able and discreet manner. Immediate cash for all
diamonds and precious gems. Appraisers available
ry by appointment for estates of all sizes. Inquiries from
individuals and estate attorneys welcome.

Sidney Krandall & Sons

Birthday, Get Well and Camp Crates

No Food I No Candy

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Toy and gift bottoms stuffed
full of function and fun!

If you can't use us today, ad out this ad and put it away!

FRInAY .IIINF

LAKESIDE MALL
13285 Hall Rd .
Utica
726.6300

Certified

MOHELim of Detroit

Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628

Reb. Hershl Roth
557-0888

Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426

1

r Babies, Big Brother, Big Sister

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E. DETROIT
Across from Eastland
18029 E. Eight Mile Rd.
777-9770

Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

JEWELERS • TROY, MI (313)362-4500

(313) 683-3937

SUNDAYS 12 to 5

Now --
breast cancer
has no place to hide
in Michigan.
Call us.

AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

Lori Michelle Granitz,
daughter of Louis Granitz
and Beverly Granitz, was bat
mitzvah at Congregation
Beth Achim.
Rebecca Harris, niece of Dr.
and Mrs. Michael Berke,
celebrated her bat mitzvah at
Congregation Beth Shalom.
Haidee Lindenberg,
daughter of Arthur and
Karen Lindenberg, was bat
mitzvah at Temple Beth
Emeth in Ann Arbor.
Benjamin Moishe Korman,
son of Diane and Ronald Kor-
man, celebrated his bar mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-El.
Igor Yushkovsky, son of
Ephim Yushkovsky, was bar
mitzvah at Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.
Joseph Pais, son of Julia
Pais, celebrated his bar mitz-
vah at Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses.
Michael Goldapper, son of
Michelle and David Goldap-
per, was bar mitzvah at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Jeffrey Mertz, son of Alyssa
and Richard Mertz,
celebrated his bar mitzvah at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Emily Elizabeth Ochs,
daughter of Carol and
Lawrence Ochs, celebrated
her bat mitzvah at Temple
Israel.
Emily Tompkins, daughter
of Carolyn and Stuart Tom-
pkins, was bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel.
Jacob Justin Kramer, son of
Connie Kramer and
Lawrence Mintz, was bar
mitzvah at Temple Israel.
Michael E. Cyrulnik, son of
Geri Cyrulnik and Leonard
Cyrulnik, was bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel.
Michael Khomutin, son of
Lia and Vladimir Khomutin,
was bar mitzvah at Congrega-
tion B'nai Moshe.
Tracy Roth, daughter of
Susan and Richard Roth,
celebrated her bat mitzvah at
Temple Kol Ami.

Schwartz Twins
With Lurie

Nancie Schwartz, the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Schwartz of Bloom-
field Hills, twinned her bat
mitzvah at Congregation
Beth Shalom with Bella
Lurie, the daughter of
Emanuel and Judith Lurie of
Moscow.
Emanuel Lurie was a junior
physicist working at the
Moscow Institute of Organic
Chemistry when he and his
wife, their two daughters and
Judith Lurie's mother applied
in 1979 to emigrate to Israel.
At the end of December 1979,
they all received permission.
They made all the necessary

arrangements to depart, and
both Luries left their jobs. Six
weeks later, as Emanuel
Lurie returned home after
buying train tickets, he
received a call asking him to
report to OVIR, the Soviet
emigration office.
An OVIR official told Lurie
a mistake had been made. His
documents had been recheck-
ed and showed that Lurie had
once been employed in
"classifield work." Lurie
argued that he had left this
job 16 years before and had
since worked only in "open"
establishments. Yet his visa
was confiscated, and only his
mother-in-law allowed to
leave.

Howard, Rosen
Twin Their Rite

Brian Howard, son of Ran-
ny and Barry Howard, and
Jeffrey Rosen, son of Arlene
and Elliot Rosen, recently
twinned their b'nai mitzvah
at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek with Leonid Chernyav-
sky. Leonid is the son of Irina
and Vladimir Chernyaysky.

Ashley Twins
With Markov

David Emanuel Ashley, son
of Linda and Lawrence
Ashley, twinned his bar mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-El
with Alexander Markov.
Markov is the son of Anna
and Leonid Markov.

Krause 'Mans
With Lifshits

Richard Tony Krause, son of
Alan and Fran Krause,
twinned his bar mitzvah at
Temple Beth El with
Aleksandr Lifshits.
Aleksandr is the son of
Vyacheslav and Ada Lifshits.
The family was first denied
permission to emigrate from
the Soviet Union in October
1981. No reason was given for
the denial.

Towbin Twins
Bar Mitzvah

Alexander Justin Towbin,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard
rIbwbin, twinned his bar mitz-
vah at Temple Beth El with
Gennady Malaev.
Gennady is the son of
Abram and Khana Malaev.
The couple has two other
children, and were first
denied permission to
emigrate to Israel in 1971.
The family already has
relatives living in Israel. No
reason was given for the
refusal.

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