THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 14, 1984
ROSE SHERER SOCIALITES
will have a general membership
meeting on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in
the Northgate East Apts. club
house. Program will feature the
Rev.James Lyons, executive di-
rector of Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies. His
topic is "An Update on the
Mideast and Israel." Refresh-
ments and social hour will follow.
Single men and women age 55 and
up are invited. For information,
call Pete Steffin, 557-2411; or
President Dorothy Goldberg,
CONNECTIONS INC. presents
"The, Romanik's Connection," a
September singles soiree at
Romanik's, Orchard Mall, on
Wednesday at 8 p.m. Admission
includes hors d'oeuvres, music'
and dancing. There will be a cash
bar. For reservations, contact
Carol Alpern, 837-8784.
SUPPORT NETWORK of Ann
Arbor will have a Trivial Pursuit
party at 8 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Ruth Siegel, 2967 Devon-
shire, Ann Arbor. There is a nom-
inal fee, and participants are
asked to bring refreshments. For
details, call Ms. Siegel, 663-2337.
FOR JEWISH SINGLES' bowl-
ing league meets at 8:30 p.m.
Sundays, every other week, at
Ark Lanes West. For details, call
the CNJS office, 661-1000, ext.
Reservations are still being
taken for the CNJS' Chai Singles
Ski Club canoe trip to Portage
Lake and Klaves Marina, slated
for Sept. 22. Registration deadline
is Saturday. There is a fee. For
details, call David Steinberg,
A "Break the Fast" dance will
be sponsored by the CNJS and
The Jewish News at 9:30 p.m. Oct.
6 at the main Jewish Community
Center. There will be food, a cash
bar and music for dancing. There
is an admission fee. Singles age
25-45 are invited.
Registration is still being taken
for the singles weekend at Camp
Tamarack, slated for Oct. 13 and
14. For application, call the
CNJS. Application deadline is
Softball is played at 10:30 a.m.
Sundays at Brace-Lederle Field,
A workshop on how to prepare
personal ads will take place 7:30
p.m. Oct. 15 at the main Jewish
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UHS high school in full swing
The United Hebrew Schools'
High School announces its fall
program has begun. Students are
offered two tracks of study from
which to choose: an Hebraica
track and a Judaica track.
The Hebraica program meets
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:25
p.m. and on Sunday mornings,
and is a Hebrew language-based
program. Hebraica students are
taught modern conversational
Hebrew by native Israeli speak-
ers, and the course levels are de-
signed on the basis of individual
student merit and ability.
Students are also instructed in
Biblical and Talmudic literature
and the Jewish political tradition.
The Judaica program is an
English language-based program
open to all students on Sunday
mornings. Sunday class offerings
include Jewish History, Jewish
Ethics, Holocaust Studies, Israeli
Culture and Society, Foundations
in Judaism, Varieties of Judaism,
Comparative Religion, American
Jewish History and Literature,
Hebrew, Yiddish, Bible, Talmud
and Current Issues.
Individual student needs are
met by flexibly designing special
programs and independent
studies. UHS High School stu-
dents are also provided with
speaker enrichment activities
and social events designed by the
students with the cooperation of
High school classes meet at the
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik High
School Building at the main UHS
Parents and/or students with
questions or those wishing to
enroll should call Dr. Jonathan
Fishbane, principal, or Mrs.
Selma Silverman at the school
office, 352-7117. Bus transporta-
tion is available. Assistance in
forming car-pools will be given
ALL NAME BRANDS
UHS sign accord
The United Hebrew Schools of
Metropolitan Detroit announces
that a three-year contract has
been_signed betwon the Hebrew
Teacher's Association and the
United Hebrew Schools of Met-
The agreement calls for the cre-
ation of a Step 13 for the first year
of the contract and a three percent
bonus increase in the second and
third years of the contract.
The contract negotiating team
of the United Hebrew Schools was
led by Norman Katz and the He-
brew Teacher's Association team
consisted of Mrs. Leonora Beurer
and Mrs. Ella Moskovitz.
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The Radomer Aid Society will
meet on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
The evening will include a re-
port of the 64th annual banquet as
well as plans for memorial serv-
ices which will be held Sept. 23 at
12:30 p.m. at the Radomer
Cemetery, in the Hebrew Memo-
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