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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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Friday, November 18, 1983 11

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM'S

Shoresh United Synagogue
Youth will have a movie day
at 2 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. Members will
be admitted free of charge.
Call Michael Neuvirth at
851-2688 with movie
suggestions.
Nitzanim and Kochavim
will go to the Showbiz Pizza
Place for pinball and ice
cream Sunday, meeting at
the synagogUe at 2 p.m. For
reservations, call Rhonda
Neuvirth, 851-2688; Arthur
Wilhelm, 476-1187; or
Heidi Wilhelm, 476-9532.
There is a charge.
Shabat services for youth
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
days.

* * *

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES will host

Junior Congregation serv-
ices at 9:45 a.m. Saturday.
There will be a discussion of
the forthcoming Tamarack
weekends: Jan. 27-29 (new
dates) for grades seven-12
and Feb. 17-19 for grades
three-six.
For information, call
Michael Sabes, 355-0891; or
Bonnie Kolnierz, 557-7582.
* * *
BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth will have
an oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today
in the home of Aaron Kon-
visser, 23756 Merrill,
Southfield. For directions,
call Aaron, 557-8409.

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Services will be followed
by a play, "Shabat on Trial."
For reservations, call Julie
Satz, 855-9818; or Rhonda
Sandweiss, 569-2579.
BSUSY will go five-pin
bowling in Windsor Satur-
day, meeting at the
synagogue at 7:45 p.m.
There is a fee, and non-
members are invited. For
reservations, call Debbie

* * *

Detroit Youth
Meet at Kinnus

Greater Detroit United
Synagogue Youth partici-
pated in the Central Region
USY Center Area kinnus
last weekend.
Chapters and their mem-
bers who participated in-
clude:

ADAT SHALOM

Steve Winkelman, Ellen
Knoppow, SusanKnoppow,
man, Patti Lieber-
Sheila Winkel
man, Alan Woronoff, Hadas Re-
iter, Michael Rocklin, Marla
in, Stacey Goldstone,
Rockl
Rachel Tessler, Howard
Goldkrand, Judith Goldkrand,
Ruth Tessler, Jon Greenberg,
Eric Siegal, Brian Rosenblatt,
Susan Sherman, David Weiss,
Michael Toft, Tammi Waldshan,
Jill Kornwise, Michael Sasson,
Susan Sinai, David Stryk, David
Schon and Carrie Bree.

BETH ACHIM

Michael Grant, Mark Kauf-
man, Larry Tepman, Louis
Sugarman, Adam Schiff, James
Sugarman, Avi Friedman,
Marsha Beresh, Michael Wein-
- raub, Laurie Phillips, Lauren
Epstein,. Harriet Sherman, Beth
Phillips, Gail Greenspon, Esther
Greenspon, Yale Goldis, Barett
Zeff, Anissa Gold, Lori Hammer,
Bonnie Lantor, Sheryl Kaplan,
Stacey Black, Kelley Black,
Theresa Shimansky, Jill Canner
and Karen Firestein.

BETH SHALOM

TUNE
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Rhonda Sandweiss, Cheryl
Berlin, Lynne Schwartz, Julie
Finstein, Julie Satz, Debbie
Chinitz, Jeff Brasch, Howard
Appel, Alex Greenbaum, Harry
Nelson, Aaron Konvisser and
David Bernard.

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Zalla, Stacey Kaufman, Bruce
Millman, Eddie Pont, Kathy
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Schwartz, 544-2039.
* * *

BNAI MOSHE'S Cha-

zon United Synagogue
Youth (grades nine-12),
Kadimah. USY (grades
seven-eight) and the Hey
class of the Bnai Moshe-
United Hebrew Schools
branch will have a lunch
study program Saturday
immediately following serv-
ices.
Guest speaker at the
luncheon will be Philip
Vainik, synagogue ad-
ministrator. Admission is
free, but reservations are
required by today. For
reservations, call Gail
Nachman, Chazon adviser,
357-0241; or Nancy An-
kerman, Kadimah adviser,
544-0454.
Ruach (grades four-six)
will have an oneg Shabat
7:30 p.m. today in the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Stanley
Rosenbaum, 25450 Gard-
ner, Oak Park. For details,
call Barbara Ravitz, Ruach
adviser, 542-6968.
Ruach (grades one-three)
will go to the Franklin
Cider Mill Sunday at 2 p.m.

Social Work
Prof to Meet
New Students

Ben Mayer, a professor at
Yeshiva University's Wurz-
weiler School of Social
Work, will be in Detroit
Nov. 30-Dec. 1 to meet with
prospective and current
WSSW students and per-
sonnel at social service
agencies in Detroit.
Prof. Mayer will be avail-
able to meet with prospec-
tive students Nov. 30 and
Dec. 31, at the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 163 Madi-
son.
Persons wishing to meet
with him there should call
Wayne Feinstein at the
Federation, 965-3939.
Mayer will talk with in-
terested persons about the
many options within the
Block Education Program, a
summer program leading to
the Master of Social Work
degree.

Melody Musicale
Tea Is Planned

Melody Musicale will
have a membership tea 2
p.m. Nov. 27 in the home of
Louise Lazarus, 6755
Halyard, Birmingham.
President Ruth Handel-
man announces the Melody
Musicale Choral Group will
perform in a program
featuring musicians and
singers.
Pianists are Zelda Keil
and Adele Miller. Evelyn
Berger is the violinist. Mrs.
Lazarus is the musical di-
rector.

The afternoon also will
include a talk on nutri-
tion and a cosmetics
demonstration.

Refreshments will be
served.
For information and di-
rections, call Ruth
Katzman, 968-1794; or
Florence Malach, 569-3874.

For reservations, call Ms.
Ravitz.
Youth services are held at
10 a.m. Saturdays.
For information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities, call

Josh Leopold, youth direc-
tor, 548-9000 or 548-3123.
* * *

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD'S Bnei

Akiva youth groups will

meet at 4 p.m. Saturday at
the synagogue. The girls'
nursery through sixth
grade group will meet, and
the boys nursery through
fourth grade will gather.

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