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November 13, 1987 - Image 104

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-13

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George
Ohrenstein

Fine Leather & Exotic Skin

Jewelers Ltd.

• Certified Gemologist
• American Gem Society

Handbags • Belts • Briefcases • Wallets • Jewelry

Mon.Thru Sat. 10 6



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HARVARD ROW MALL

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Lahser and 11 Mile Rd.

353-3146

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29555 Northwestern Hwy., Southfield

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352-5616

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Auction for Hillel Day School

Saturday, November 21
Adot Shalom Synagogue

Silent Auction
7:00 p.m.

TO

K NOWLEDGE.

Live Auction
9:00 p.m.

Franklin Greenberg, Auctioneer

Fabulous Items for Everyone!

• Furs • Trips • Jewelry • Toys
• Electronics • Art • and more!

(payable by check or cash)

Hors D'oeuvres
Open Bar

Detroit's National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth
will join affiliate Yeshivat
Akiva for a special family
sports night entitled "Hot
Time On The Ice." The event
will take place at the Corn-
puware Sports Arena in Oak
Park at 8 p.m.
In addition to ice skating,
participants can play
volleyball and raquetball.
There will be a live Jewish
rock band and food will be
provided by Sarah's Kosher
Deli. There is an admission
fee.
Beginning Nov. 20 and
lasting through Nov. 21,
NCSY will have a special
Shabbat program at Young
Israel of Southfield. NCSY'ers
will conduct both the Friday
night and Saturday morning
services, as well as the Torah
reading.
In addition to participating
in the services, three Shabb-
bat meals will be served.
There will also be discussion
groups and educational pro-
grams dealing with the
theme, "Jerusalem, Eye of the
Universe." The Shabbaton
will feature Yair Zinn, the
NCSY regional shaliach.
The Saturday night pro-
gram will feature a scavenger
hunt which will take place in
the area surrounding Young
Israel of Southfield. After the
scavenger hunt, a hot dog din-
ner will be served, followed by
a Kumsitz.
The Junior NCSY group
will go roller skating at the
Bonaventure Roller Rink
Nov. 21. The juniors (grades
five-seven) will meet at 6:45
p.m. at Young Israel of
Southfield. Cost includes
transportation, admission,
skate rental and snack.

Teen Connection
Goes Bowling

Music by
Stuart Rogoff

98.00

per person

Tickets Available at the Door

Terrific Raffle Prizes

NCSY, Akiva
Sports Night



For tickets of more information call

Hillel Day School: 851-2394

The Teen Connection Pro-
gram, a social and recrea-
tional program for Jewish
seventh and eighth grade
teens, will meet at Langan's
Lanes (located on 14 Mile and
Northwestern Highway in
Farmington Hills) on Sunday
at 4 p.m.
The party will begin with
two games of bowling follow-
ed by a dinner of pizza, salad,
a beverage and dessert. bingo
will be played after the meal
and there will be prizes for all
the winners. The cost of the
activity is $5.50 for paid
members and $6.75 for
non-members.
Free shuttle service will be
provided for those living in
the Southfield/Oak Park area.

The shuttle will leave the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Center
at 3:30 p.m. and will return
the teens to the JPM Branch
at 8 p.nii
For information about the
Then Connection program,
call Arlene Gunsberg, Then
Connection Coordinator,
661-1000, ext. 236.

Yachad Has
New Officers

Beth Shalort•s Yachad
youth group (for children in
grades three-five) elected Eric
Adelman president. Other of-
ficers are: David Goldenberg,
vice president; Frankie Berg
and Debbie Racusin,
secretaries; and Stephanie
Apple, treasurer.
Board members are: Chad
DeWoif, Harry Reisig, Sara
Reisig, Daniel Tomarin, Ben
Weeks, David Weeks, David
Weitzman and Jana Wolock.
The group is planning a
Chanukah celebration for
Dec. 13 in the synagogue
youth lounge. Refreshments,
arts and crafts and a magic
show will highlight the pro-
gram. For information or to
sign up for the group mailing
list, contact adviser Joyce
Lang, 851-6168; or the
synagogue office, 547-7970.

Beth El Youth
Have Exchange

Temple Beth El's seventh
and eighth grade will join
Temple Sholom of Chicago for
an exchange weekend
today-Sunday.
The weekend programs will
include: a seventh and eighth
grade family Shabbat dinner
at Temple Sholom, morning
services at Temple Sholom,
lunch on the town, Chicago
Science and Industry
Museum, Omnimax movie,
dinner, the play Sheer
Madness, late night treats in
Chicago, a tour of the Kohl
Teachers Center, "a walk
through Jerusalem," tour of
North Shore Israel Congrega-
tion and a goodbye lunch. For
information, call Denise
Cohen, project and program
direcor, 352-5438.

'""1 N EWS

Emigration Up

New York (JTA) — A total of
912 Jews left the Soviet
Union in October, of whom
246 proceeded to Israel, the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported.
Last month's emigration
figures compare to 724 Jews
who left the Soviet Union in
September and 104 who left
in October 1986.

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