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March 05, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-05

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Purim Fun and Frolic for All Ages Is in Store Next Week

It will be a grand Purim for Cantor Larry Vieder will read the Sabbath Eve dinner at 6 p.m. will
young and old, with carnivals and megila. Adas Shalom youth will precede the service, at which Rab-
parties, a "latke-hamentashen de- hold a carnival at the Hillel Day bi Morton M. Kanter will give a
bate" and the traditional reading School 11 a.m.-2: p.m. Sunday. story-sermonette and Irving I.
of the megila among the scheduled There will be games, prizes and Katz, executive secretary, will
chant Megilat Esther, Rabbi Kan-
activities. Purim will be ushered refershments. All are invited.
• •
ter will preach on the "Purim
in Wednesday evening with the
megila reading and again on Thurs-
The combined Jewish Schools Story" at 11:15 a.m. Saturday. The
day morning.
will celebrate Purim with a car- Bar Mitzva of Brian Jay Lenyoff
Bnai Israel of Pontiac will hold nival ged by students and will be observed.
• • •
service at 7 p.m. Wednesday, with faculty 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday at
Mishkan Israel Lnbavitch Cen-
Rabbi Leonard Berman reading the Workmen's Circle Center, It
ter's youth department is organ-
- the Scroll of Esther and religious will be highlighted by the read-
izing three nights of fun
and Hebrew school students par- ing of the megila, Purim songs,
for Oak Park's community at
ticipating. The sisterhood will ser- prizes and games. The Parent-
7 p.m. Wednesday. The megila .
ve refreshments. Bnai Israel's Teacher Organization Is cooper-
will be read at the center, after
youth group will host a Purim car- ating with the school staff. The
which a masquerade party will
nival noon Sunday. Games and ex- public is invited.
be held for children. Free noise-
• . • •
hibits for every age group will be
featured, and luncheon will be a-
Branch Four Poalei Zion and makers will be distributed,
vailable for purchase. Proceeds will Branch 593 Farband, Labor Zion- along with refreshments. Prizes
go to the Building Spiritual Brid- ist Order, will hold a Purim dinner- will be awarded for the most
ges project of United Synagogue dance 7 p.m. Saturday at the Ras- original costumes. At 7:30 p.m.
Youth. The public is invited to all cal House. A full course dinner March 14, the boys and girls
and cocktails will be served. The will present a "Purim Night of
• • •
Habonim ensemble will present a Stars," featuring three plays
Temple Kol Anti's second an- Purim program, and caller By Sims "The Purim Plot," "Conspiracy"
mutual Purim carnival will be held will lead in square and folk danc- and "Purim 1971" Other skits
11 a.m. Sunday at West Bloom- ing. For reservations, call Mrs. and shows will be presented by
field High School. Under the ea- Morris Lieberman, chairman, UN the younger classes of the relig-
ious school. Musical features
chairmanship si Dr. and Mrs. Ed 2-4947.
will include a junior chair dir-
Stein, with the help of Kai Ami
a • •
Temple Youth, it will include
Bnai David Synagogue Sister- ected by Jody Lane and sev-
a masquerade and costume con- hood and Men's Club will join in eral choral groups. Highlight of
test for Youngsters in grades celebrating Purim with a combined the programs will be a telephone
kindergarten through second. An Purim party 8:30 p.m. Monday at hookup to world Lubavitch head-
original musical, "T h e Purim the synagogue The Dor Hodosh quarters in New York 8:30 p.m.
Carnival Follies," under the di- Singers will entertain, and tradi- Thursday to hear a public ad-
rection of Mrs. Button Hollander, tional refreshments will be served. dress by the luhavitehm Itebbe.
will be presented. Games and Friends are invited.
Rabbi M. M. Schneerses.
contests will be offered, as well
Meanwhile, the educational arm
a • •
as lunch for the family. The
Batya Chapter, Mizrachi Women, of the Lubavitcher movement,
community is invited.
1.tinyonei Chinucb, has
will hold a country-style Purim

ball, with square dancing, 8 p.m. embarked on a campaign to stress
Beth Abraham Synagogue's me-
at Tel-Twelve Mall Com- the importance of "mishloakh ma-
gila service will be conducted en- Saturday
munity Room. For information, not," sending food gifts to friends,
tirely by the synagogue's teen-agers call Penny Greenstein, 543-7053.
and "matonot leevyonim," giving
Wednesday in the synagogue build-
donations to the poor.
a • •
ing. Reading the Hebrew text from
Merkos, with the assistance of
Farband City Committee in-
the scroll will be Jonas Goldberg,
all members, their families Nishel Chabad, - the Lubavitcher
Bruce Fishman, Keith Fishman, vites
Organization, has dis-
Sidney Chait and Scott Rosenberg. and friends to a Purim celebra- tributed over 4,000 small packages
The English text will be rendered tion 8:30 p.m. March 13 at the to 10 schools, hospitals and nurs-
by Gail Offen, Susan Wise, Terri Workmen's Circle Center. A new ing homes. These packages are
Farber, .Lynne Bello, Sharon Gar- version of the megila will be being distributed by the teachers
ton and Marsha Davis. Following presented, along with humorous and principals of the schools and
the service, Purim Hamantashen, stories and new Israeli dances by volunteers in hospitals and
a singalong and a comedy skit will performed by Habonim. Purim nursing homes.
refreshments will be served. The
• • •
be featured in the social hall.
public is invited.
Akiva Hebrew Day School in-
• • •
vites the public to a pre-Purim
Adas Shalom Synagogue services
Lahav United Synagogue Youth assembly at the school 10 a.m.
will be held 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
Kadima Junior USY are spon- Tuesday. The program will feature
and at 7 p.m. Thursday. Rabbi and
Jacob E. Segal will deliver a brief soring another Purim carnival at a Hebrew musical skit performed
Beth Achim 11 am.-4 p.ni. by the kindergarten class, a mas-
Purim message before the reading Cong.
by members of the youth congrega- March 14. A continuous bazaar querade, a special prize of either
tion Mark Kahn, Matthew Rose, with games, booths, refreshments, a trip to Israel or a $500 Israel
David Schostak, Robert Schostak, a costume contest and prizes will Bond and a surprise Purim guest.
Jeremy Segel, Larry Sklar, Mark be in store. Tickets can be pur- On Wednesday, the kindergarten
Vieder and Jeffrey Weingarten, chased at the youth activities of- class will repeat its performance
All are invited. for the residents of the Jewish
There will be a United Synagogue fice or at the door.
• • •
Youth masquerade party following
Home for Aged on Petoskey. The
will again children will distribute mishloakh
the service. On Thursday morning,
host the great Latke-Hamantash manot packages to the residents.
Debate to which every.ne in the
Young Israel Teens will hold its
community is invited, 2 p.m. March
14. In the spirit of Purim, the de- carnival 2:30-5:30 p.m. March 14 at
bators will try to show why the the Oak-Woods Center. There will
and food.
latke or the hamantash, respec- be games, prizes
• •
tively, is the more outstanding food.
Temple Kol Ami will hold a
Debating in favor of the lathe
will be Mark Eichner, Berkley High Purim family service '7:45 p.m.
in School counselor and Bnai Moshe March 12 at the Birmingham Uni-
Religious School teacher. On the tarian Church. The seventh grade
side of the hamantash' will be class of the religious school has
Prof. Alfred Stern, professor of planned the service.
• • •
Science and humanities at Wayne
Bnei Akiva of Detroit, the Miz-
State University. Hamantashen
will con-
will be on salt in the building all
afternoon as another part of the duct a mishloakh manot campaign
Sale Ends
Center's Purim celebration. Paul
Winter, executive producer of pub- Vandals Hit Cemetery;
lic affairs for Channel 56, will be
moderator of the program. The Italian Youth Protest
El Latke-Hamantash debate is co-spon-
ROME (JTA)—Some 80 graves in
sored by the Michigan Association the Jewish cemetery in the Italian
of Leghorn have been dese-
$14.95 to $150.00
Young Adult Group of the Jewish crated and many tombstones over-
Police so far have been
and the Bnai Moshe Young Adult unable to identify the vandals.
The Federation of Italian Jewish
123 W. 3rd, Royal Ook
• e
Youth planned a mass meeting in
Between Main and Cantor
Thurs., Frl. 'till 7 P.M.
Temple Beth El Married Group Leghorn to protest what they
will sponsor a special pre-Purim charged was anti-Semitism and
family service 7 p.m. today. A racialism.

for needy Jewish families in the and they will be distributed to the
needy families the next day,
Detroit area.
Anyone who would like to con
tribute kosher baked goods for
this cause may contact the Bnei
Akiva shaliakh, Chaim Hopman, T.• any sesta. Also drivers fessish•
at his home, 548-6661, or at the ad to drive year ear onywitans.
Legally hound sod I.C.C. Ileansad
Mizrachi office, 398-7180.
Bnei Akiva members will come
to donors' homes to pick up the
9970 Grand River
baked goods on Tuesday evening,
Detroit, Mich. 48204
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