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March 24, 1967 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-24

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Purina Celebrations Slated

Haman will have a headach e raeli Students Ensemble. This
this weekend, if the number o f evening is being arranged by the
Purim celebrations and Megill a Labor Zionist Organization and
readings is any indication. Service s the' Farband Labor Zionist Or-
will start off the holiday Saturda y der. Proceeds will help to further
evening in all synagogues, an d , the program of the Habonim
parties will be held the remainde ✓ Youth Organization. The Cafe
of the week.
Shushan Committee is being
Following is a list of those con
chaired by Gerald L. Goldberg.
gregations and organizations tha
This celebration is open to the
have indicated Purim observances
public.

Cong. Beth Joseph will hay e
The Criterion Club, organization
plenty of graggers available to th e. for single adults, will sponsor a
public at the reading of the Me pre-Passover "Matzo Ball" 8:30
gilla 7:45 p.m. Saturday and 8:3 0
p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth Hillel.
a.m. Sunday. There will be a break Music for the dance will be pro-
fast for all at 9:30 Sunday.
vided by "The Satisfyers" or-
. Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac chestra. The coronation of "Queen
will have its Family Purim Serv - Esther" will highlight the inter-
ice and Megilla reading 9:45 a.m. mission, - with refreshments to be
Sunday. A carnival will follow in served by club hostesses.
the social hall.
Bereznitzer Aid Society's tradi-
Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
hear the Megilla read 6:30 p.m. tional Purim dinner will be held
6
p.m.
April 6 at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Saturday, after which a Purim
Isadore Rosenberg will again of-
party will be held, with games: ficiate
as chairman, assisted by
prizes and refreshments
Galchinsky as co-chairman.
Cong. Beth Hillel will hold its Rubin
Friends are invited.
services 7:30 p.m. Saturday. after
Berditchev-Keshenev Society will
which the sisterhood will serve
refreshments. Services Sunday will have a Purim Festival 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Cong. Beth Yehuda.
be at 8:30 a.m.
Co bt5, Bnai David will hear Me- Harry Kaminer will speak about
gillat
they 7:30 p.m. Saturday Purim and give humorous recita-
and 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Cong. Beth tions. Refreshments will be served.
Shalom also will start at 7:30
The Jewish Center's Purim
Saturday. as will Co g. Shaarey Adloyada will feature a children's
. Shomayim.
parade, carnival booths and enter-
Beth Aaron Syna gue will tainment Sunday afternoon, and
read the Megilla 7:15 p.m. Satur- from 11:30 a.m. on. the Center
day and 8 a.m. Sunday. After
Senior Adults will reign over the
Shiffman Hall cafeteria, where
the Saturday services, there will
be a Purim family party for the homemade goodies- will be avail-
able. (See youth page)
entire congregation, sponsored
by the men's club. It will include
entertainment, refreshments and
a costume parade for children. Cleveland Rabbi
(See youth page) ,

Shaarey Zedek's Men's Club will
hold a Purim Ball after the 7:15
p.m. services Saturday. The club's
choral group will perform, and
there will be cocktails and buffet
supper, with dancing to Larry
Freedman's orchestra.
Temple Beth Am and Livonia
Jewish Congregation will hold their
first joint service with the reading

Ahavas Achim Evening of Music
to Feature New Cantata's Premiere

Cong. Ahavas Achim's sixth Eve-

ning of Jewish Music, under the
direction of Cantor 'Simon Ber-

manis, will be
held 8:15 April

16 at the syna-
gogue.
Cantor Ber-
manis will direct
the major work
of the evening,
"Let There Be
Light," a cantata
by
Boruch

Chamber music soloists are
pianist Mrs. Rose Mash; David
Budson. cellist with the Detroit

Symphony Orchestra; and Sidney
Resnick, baritone vocalist.

-CAFE
SHUSHAN

Also on the program will be a
Rhapsody of Jewish Music" espe-
cially arranged by Charles Weiner.

Open Only
Saturday, March 25th
19161 SCHAEFER

-

Tickets are available at the syn-
agdgue.

Cohon, which will Bermanis
have its premiere that evening.
The cantata has been espe-
cially transcribed by the cantor
into the oratorio version to be
sung by the 50-voice synagogue
Festival Chorus,, with string and
solo accompaniment,

First Wash. State Woman Lawyer
Bella Weretnikow Rosenbaum,
who migrated to North America
with her parents in 1881 during
the massive East European exo-

dus, became in 1901 the first

woman to be graduated from the

University of Washington Law
School and to practice law in

Washington State.

BAR MITZVAH
SUITS •

IRV

TELL DAD . . .
WE CAN FIT HIM TOO! I- •

PRINCETON SHOP

Charge Accounts Invited

KE 3-4310

to Address -`Year
of Tribute' - Fete

ers noon Tuesday

Jay Bodzin, Chairman
of Sosnick Testimonial

reception chair-

man.

Rabbi Herman

Rah! Herman received an AB
fr m Yeshiva University in
1942 and a master of Hebrew let-
ters from the Jewish Theological
Seminary, where he was ordained
in 1945. He was rabbi of Temple
Anshe Emeth, Youngstown, before
assuming his Cleveland pulpit in
1947.

degree

Active in many Cleveland
civic and communal efforts, he
has served 'as chairman of the
city's Zionist Youth Commission,
its 'division of American Jewish

Jay S. Bodzin', an active member
of Mishkan Israel Nusach Hari, will
Congress, Zionist Council and
be chairman .of the congregation's Rabbinical Fellowship,
testimonial din-
He is Jew)Sh Welfare Board
n e r , scheduled
lecturer at/Western Reserve Uni-
for 6 : 30 p.m.
versity's school of applied social
sciences. Presently on the Rab-
April 12 in the
social hall.
binic Cabinet of. the Seminary,
Rabbi Herman has studied many
Honoree at the
Jewish communities in Europe and
dinner will be
Israel, and through the American
Isadore Sosnick.
Jewish History Center is compiling
A teacher in
a book on Cleveland Jewry, which
will soon appear.
the Detroit Pub-

lic Schools since
Bodzin
1 9 3 5 , currently
at Cooley High School, Bodzin
studied at the jsaae Elehanan
Theological .Seminary upon arriv-
ing in this country at .age 11 in
1921. He was one of the early
students at Yeshivath Beth Yehuda
in Detroit.
Bodzin holds BA and MEd de-
grees from Wayne State Uni-
vrsity and is currently a doctoral
candidate at WSU. He taught at
Bnai Moshe and Shaarey Zedek
religious schools for many years
and has led religious services in
several area synagogues, including
Mishkan Israel. He was an or-
ganizer and first president of the
Eight Mile Synagogue, now Cong.
Bnai Jacob.

Indemnification
Deadline Set by
West Germany •

The German Consulate informed
The Jewish News this week that
March 31 is the deadline for com-
pletion of claims for indemnifica-
tions.
Bonn must have the completed
applications by next Friday.
, Gunther Laste of the local Ger-
'man Consulate office, 2200 Book
Bldg., said his office will be ready
to assist those needing help in fill-
ing in Paragraph 190 of the Resti-
tution Law, and he urged it be
done no later. than Monday.

SOL

Fit 8 /04
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7 Mile at Evergreen—Acres of Free Parking

a. carnival for families 12:30 to 4 in the Standard
p.m. Sunday. There will be games.. City Club.
Announcement
a bake sale, gift shop and refresh-
of the rabbi's
ments.
visit
was made
Cafe Shushan is taking over
by David Safran,
the Labor Zionist Institute 9 p.m.

Saturday. It will be an old-
fashioned masquerade Puri in
party in a night club atmosphere.
For those who don't wear cos-
tumes, masks will be distributed
at. the door. A repast, including
Hamentashen will be served, and
there will he selections read
from the Megilla, prizes and mu-
sic by Amir Rahav and the Is-

For Reservations Coll:

DI 1-0131 or 862-6871

Elegant
With the ROYAL . Fit

Rabbi Jack J. Herman of Beth
Am Synagogue—Community Tern-
' ple, CI e v elan d, will be guest
speaker at a Jewish Theological
. Seminary "Year of Tribute" lunch-
. eon reception
sponsored by
of the Megilla 10 a:rn. Sunday at Adas Shalom
Synagogue lead-
the LJC building.

Beth Moses Synagogue will hold

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 24, 1967-13

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