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September 14, 1979 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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50 Friday, September 14, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

Technion Staffer

HAIFA — David Fried-
lander has been appointed
director of public relations
at the Technion — Israel In-
stitute of Technology. He
had-previously served as di-
rector of the President's
Office at Technion.

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SHALOM
ADAT
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will have Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel. The group will
meet 1:30 p.m. Sunday in
the youth lounge to go play
miniature golf There is a
charge for the social. Those
interested should contact
Sheri Traison, adviser,
557-8257, or the youth de-
partment, 851-5100.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
will conduct services 10
a.m. Saturday in the board
room. Barry Frank will read
from the Torah.
Shoresh members will
hold a social 1:30 p.m. Sun-

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Joyce Lang will be the lounge with adviser Ms.
day in the youth lounge. Rosh Hashana and Yom
new
leader of the Saturday Warshaw. There is a nomi-
There is fee for non- Kippur services will be held
morning
Story Hour group nal charge. For informa-
members. For information 10 a.m. Sept. 22 and 23 and
for children, age 4 to 6. She tion, call Ms. Warshaw,
contact Sue Goren, adviser, Oct. 1 for members of Nit-
557-3289. zanim, junior congregation will be assisted by Lisa 399-6837.
Chalutzim USY (grades
United Orechkin.
Lahav
Migdal Tzion will meet and
four-six) will meet 4:30 •
Story
Hour
and
junior
Synagogue
Youth.
at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Tickets are available at congregation youth serv- p.m. Sunday in the youth
home of Stevan Levy,
lounge for a hayride and
5330 Deerfield Village, the synagogue office. For in- ices will meet 10 a.m.
wiener roast. There is a
Saturdays,
beginning
the
call
formation,
West Bloomfield, to go to
charge and drivers are • -
Sept.
29.
see Beatlemania at Pine synagogue, 352-8670.
* * *
For details on youth pro- needed. For information, -
Knob. Tickets must be
an- gram activities, contact call the group's new ad-
purchased in advance. BNAI DAVID
For details, contact nounces Danny Kaplan will Kaplan at the synagogue, viser, Marty Brinn, 352-
Debby Vieder, adviser, serve as youth director for 557-8325, or at 398-7422, 3977.
Kadima USY (gra
the coming year. Laura evenings.
352-0213.
seven-eight) has a new
For information about Lazarus will lead the
High Holy .Days youth wiser, Julie Miller. For -1l-
youth activities, call Cheryl Masada youth group for
services will be held 10:30 formation about the group's -
Kovsky, youth director, seventh and eighth graders.
a.m. Sept. 22 and 23 and activities, call Ms. Miller,
Brian Krasner will serve as
851-5100.
Oct. 1. Youth tickets may be 547-7337.
* * *
adviser of the Ha-or group
obtained for any young per-
Senior USY (grades
ACHIM'S (grades five-six) while Burt
BETH
son age 4 through 16 at no nine-12) requests that per-
Kadima group (grades , Kideckel will run the Ruach
group for third and charge by contacting the sons seeking information
synagogue office.
about joining call adviser
seven-eight) will go to the fourth graders. A new group
* * *
Mike Sabes, 356-1823, or
Yates Cider Mill Sunday, is also being formed for
BNAI MOSHE Story President Michael Ungar,
meeting
1
p.m.
at
the
children
in
kindergarten
synagogue. For information through second grade.
Hour (age 3-7) has a new 557-1481.
or reservations, call Shelly Youth group activities will
adviser, Roberta Warshaw.
For information about the
Keiran, adviser, 399-3287. begin after Yom Kippur.
The group meets 10 a.m. youth program, .call Sharon •,
Saturdays for games, Levine, youth director,
Bnai
Mazal
(grades
five as
Alan
Hurvitz
will
return
and
six)
will meet
2 p.m.
leader
of the
Sunday
stories, kidush, prayers and 548-3123 or 547-3369.
Sunday in the synagogue to morning Talit and Tefilin
a Shabat service.
* * *
make mobiles for the
Junior congregation (age
Club for teens, age 12 1/2-17.
TEMPLE ISRAEL'S
8-13)
will
be
led
by
Mark
synagogue sukka and an The group will meet 9 a.m.
Eichner. The group meets youth group will sponsor a
apple
and honey
for Sundays beginning Sept.
Rosh Hashana.
For dip
infor-
10 a.m. in the chapel for a breakfast Sunday during
mation, call Robin Fried- 30, in the synagogue. The
Shabat service and joins the regular religious school 4-
weekly bowling will be
main congregation for Adon hours. The breakfast will
man, adviser, 642-1418. supplemented with special
feature a slide presentation.
Olam.
Kochavim (grades three trips and speakers. Pro-
Members of the youth
United
Rishonim
and four) will visit the gram follows morning serv-
group will attend the
Synagogue
Youth
(grades
Cranbrook
Honey 1
Harvest
prepared
Sunday, meeting
p.m. at ice
by and
the breakfast,
synagogue
men's
one-three) will hold a trea- cornerstone-laying cere-
the synagogue. For infor-
sure hunt Sunday, meeting mony at the temple's West
mation, call adviser Judy club.
1:30 p.m. in the youth Bloomfield site at 2 p.m.
Goldis, 626-1181.
Nitzanim (age 3-7) re- Green-Acker
ceived Shabat Shalom Troth Is Told
pins for Shabat
attendance. Nitzanim
You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
meets 10 a.m. Saturdays
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
in the board room. Beth
Norman is the adviser.
chase fine gems, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.
A service to private owners, banks and estates.
Call 642-5575.

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Scoliosis Club
Meeting Slated

The Scoliosis Club of
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meet 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
the administrative services
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The film, "Scoliosis
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