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September 19, 1986 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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SEPHARDI COMMUNIT

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

Y

B'NAI MITZVAH

the only word for
contemporary
women's
fashions

Zionist Cultural Center

18451 West Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, MI

353-9526

SELICHOT SERVICE

Heritage
Horizon Bldg
24901 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield, Mi

Ex-Detroiter. Has
Bar Mitzvah

Yelena the bracelet in her<
new home in Israel.
Guests will be -asked to (
send letters of congratulation
to the Cherniak family, Vas- `\
ilkovskaya 4/24, Kiev 40,
Ukrainian SSR, USSR.

10:00 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1986
Oriental Refreshments

Music by

DAVID HAZAN, CANTOR
SALVATORE KATAN, CANTOR
GILBERT SENOR, SEXTON
DAVID CHICOREL, SAM PAPO, GABRIEL SALAMA,
CHAIRMEN

Sam
Barnett

YOUTH

Big or small, we custom
the music to your needs

For Reservations Call,
SHIRLEY BEHAR — 557 8551
MARY PAPO — 967-4414

Carl Raboi Heads =;
USY Chapter

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968-2563

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

MICHIGAN'S FIRST AGENCY DEVOTED

Annette Langwald

ONLY

TO CRUISE VACATIONS

Zack Marc Ostroff of Chan-
dler, Ariz., son of Ronald and
Phyllis Ostroff, formerly of
Southfield, will celebrate his
bar mitzvah on Sept. 26.
Zack is the grandson of
Helen Lankin of Southfield
and the late Mr. Aaron Lan-
kin and Harry and Eve Os-
troff of Hollywood, Fla.

Teens Celebrate
B'not Mitzvah

SZ Teens Share
Their B'not Mitzvah

OCTOBER 1, 1986

7:00 P.M.

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and

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FOR TWO INCLUDING AIR

etroit frec Prcriti

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Cruise Specialist
Vice-President
and General Manager

Christine Sinagoga

74
,

Cruise Specialist
Manager
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476-1335

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Manager
Mt. Clemens
792-5940

Cruise Specialist
Manager
Oak Park
968-7807

Meet with our cruise line International Assoc.
(CLIA) Representative

and

Representatives from all the Major Cruise
Lines and Airlines
and
A Special "Surprise" Guest

For more Information

Cruise Specialist
Manager
West Bloomfield
737-4505

ADMISSION TICKETS $1.00 EACH
MAIL THE COUPON BELOW OR
STOP IN ONE OF OUR OFFICES

CLIP and MAIL with Check or Money Order To:

IF: 4 #4

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Call: 968-7807

or Toll Free Michigan 1 800 445 2024

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84

Zack Ostroff

Shelley Finer and Lisa
Raznick will celebrate their
b'not mitzvah at services at 9
a.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The teens had planned to
twin their ceremonies with
Yulya Genfan, wh had re-
sided in Moscow. Yulya and
her family have since been
allowed to leave the Soviet
Union and make aliyah.

Cruise Specialist
President of
Cruises Only! Ltd.
and Elkin Travel Inc.

Friday, September 19, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

='\

Michelle Dorfman, daugh-
ter of Jenny and Eliezer
Dorfman, and Michelle
Wyner, daughter of Diane
and Gary Wyner, will celeb-
rate their b'not mitzvah, with
their Soviet twin, Yelena
Cherniak of Kiev on Satur-
day at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Yelena's parents, Alexan-
der and Paulina Cherniak,
applied for exit visas in 1978,
but were denied permission
on the basis of Cherniak's
army service. His troop was
demobilized long before, in
1973.
Since applying to emigrate,
the Cherniaks have suffered
constant harassment by gov-
ernment agents in Kiev. Mrs.
Cherniak was detained in
prison for 15 days on a
charge of "hooliganism."
The Cherniaks were among
seven Kiev refuseniks who
presented a petition request-
ing an interview with the
Minister of Justice to chal-
lenge the legitimacy of their
refusal under Soviet law.
Michelle Wyner and
Michelle .Dorfman each have
received a bracelet with
Yelena Cherniak's name
engraved on it. They hope at
some time in the near future
to be able to send or give

Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses United Synagogue
Youth elected Carl Raboi
president at its recent elec-
tion meeting.
Elected with him were
Beth Frenkel, executive vice
president; David Tessler, `-`
religious vice president;
Stuart Shiland, social direc-
tor; and Paul Cohen, social
action
director;
Mark ``
Blackman, treasurer; and _/
Mary Koukhab, secretary.
The group will have a bake
sale Sept. 28 outside Sam's
Fruit Market in West Bloom-
field.
The chapter is open to
teens in grades nine-12. For
information, call Miss Fren-
kel2
661-4711;
or the
synagogue office, 851-6880.
--\/

Chapter Holds
Donor Luncheon

Fannie Gluck Chapter,
Amit Women, will celebrate,
its 48th anniversary donor
luncheon at noon Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Achim.
Geri Spilman will be mis-
tress of ceremonies. Rabbi
Milton Arm will give the in-
vocation and recite Hamotzi.
Joanne Zuroff, guitarist and
vocalist, will sing the na-
tional anthems and will also L‹
present a program of Hebrew
and English songs.
For reservations, call Eve
Herman, 557-0718.

S.A.T. Guidance
Given At Library

Dr. Janet Rosen, education
specialist,
and Stanley
Trompeter, math specialist,
will be at Farmington Branch
Library at 7 p.m. Thursday, I
to talk about preparing for <
and taking the Scholastic
Aptitude Test. There is no
charge. To register, call the
c/
library, 474-7770.

(

Film Precedes
Selichot Service

The Beth Shalom Couples
Club will sponsor a movie, )
Lies My Father Told Me on
Sept. 27 at 9 p.m. in the,/
synagogue social hall. The
movie will precede Selichot
services.
Refreshments will follow.
There is no admission charge. )

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