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February 25, 1972 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-25

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e estival of Fun for AllAges

A bigger, and better Purim ap-
pears to be the goal of Detroit area
synagogues, adult organizations
and youth groups, who have sched-
uled Ail:rivals, balls and parties,
along 'faith, the traditional megila
reading, Monday evening and Tues-
day -morning.
-

La.hav United Synagogue Youth, ing. The megila will be read again candies and a card with the send-
in cooperation'with the Beth Achim at services 7:15 a.m. Tuesday.
ex's name.
-
* *
Hebrew School, will sponsor a car-
Proceeds will help support the
Adas
Shalom
Synagogue
will
nival noon-4 p.m. Sundhy at Beth
Bnei Akiva youth hostel in Jeru-
hold services 6:15 p.m. Monday salem.
Achim, Games, a movie, refresh-
and 7 a.m. Tuesday.1-Rabbi Jacob
Member's
Akiva will tra-.
ments and prizes are planned. The E. Segal will 'deliver a brief
vel to Cleveland this weekend for
public is invited.
Purim message before the read- a Shabaton hosted by the youth
• • •
ing of megila by youth congrega-
group there.
tion members Hine' Maisel, Mat-
Beth Moses Senior United Syna-
The following weekend, Detroit
thew Rose, David Schostak,
gogue Youth will present its car-
Robert Schostak, Jeremy Segal, Bnei Akiva will host a Shabaton
nival 11 a.m.4 ,p.m. Sunday.
Steve Sklar, Mark Vieder, Jef- for members from Chicago, Cleve-
There will be clowns, games,
land and Toronto. Sidney Frisch,
frey Weingarten and Phil Wolok.
prizes and fun for all. For tickets,
The megila will be read Tuesday national director of the movement,
call Linda Glantz, KE 4-5372.
morning by Cantor Larry Vie- .will be guest speaker.
• • *
On Saturday evening, a Purim
der.

shpiel will be presented by the
Bnei Akiv,,a Players. -For informa-
tion, call Chaim Hopman, director,
548-6661, or Eli Halpern, 864-5783.

-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 25, 1972-13

Radomer Mutnal, Society will
ELECTRONIC
hold a Purim festivtg - leaturing
buffet supper, games and ,enter-
CALCULATORS
tainment, 8:30 p.m. SatuViy at
*148.88
the Labor Zionist Institute: - For
information, call Mrs. Rena Gold-
4 function + — x 4-
berg, 851-2088; Mrs, Molly- Weis-
Suburbs 3994333
Det. 342-7800
man; 352-6528; or Mrs. Rella Wi-
zenberg, KE 1-6487.
The Labor Zionist Alliance (Far-
* *
band, Habonim and Poale Zion)
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah students
The Zionists-Revisionists will. and Pioneer Women will hold a will present an original play,
Purim Adloyada celebration 8 p.m. "Mesifta of '72", 8:45 p.m. Mon-
sponsor a Purim ball 8:30 p.m.
Knows the high cost of outfitting
Saturday at Cong. Beth Shalom. Sunday at the Labor Zionist Insti- day at the Yeshiva building. Pro-
Boys and young men can cut into
Entertainment will be by Eric tute. Featured Will be square ceeds will go to P'eylim. Tickets
Rosenow and his Continentals. dancing, called by'Sy Sims; Israeli will be sold at the door.
anyones Budget. For the first time :I.;
Refreshments will be served, and and folk dancing; reading from the
• *
.. ..
Jack's is offering quality young §i;
a program is planned. Proceeds megila; community singing; prizes;
Mishkan Israel Lubavitcher Cen-
men's and boys' clothing at Discount :.:
will go to the Israeli Sick Fund. refreshments; and costumes (op- ter's youth department is organ-
prices.
For reservations, call Steve Gol- tional). Students will be admitted izing two Purim programs for the
•:.
at half price.
din, 968.5575.
Oak Park community. At 7 p.m.
Jack's
NOW Policy Is
* •
* *
Monday, the megila will be read
Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac
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20% OFF on all young men's and Boys'
Cong. Shaarey. Zedek is plan- and a -masquerade party held for -
will hold its annual Purim carnival ning a family Purim carnival 1-5 the children. The entire community
Clothing — Suits & Sportcoats
Sunday. Children will dress in Cos- p.m. Sunday. There will be 25 is invited. Free noisemakers will be
Sizes 12-20-36-42
tume, and at 9:40 a.m, will enter booths, plus prizes and side at- distributed, along with shalakh
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OPEN SUNDAY 10-3
the sanctuary to hear the story of tractions: Lunehds and snacks will manot refreshments and coins for :::: .
Esther, read from the megila by, be served, with proceeds going to charity. Costume prizes will be
awarded by the Mishkan Israel
Rabbi H. Philip Berkowitz. There charity: The public is invited.
Sisterhood. On March 5, from 3 to
will be contests and a family car-
*
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7
p.m., students of the school will
nival, with booths and games man-
9.Mile & Coolidge, Oak Park Center
Cong. Bnai David will usher in present a carnival, with• booths, $1111111111111•11111111111111=1111111111MMIIIIMMIIIIMMITI
ned by the religious school chil-
dren, led by David Henig. Refresh- the holiday with a pre-Purim car- games, prizes, and food. On -Tues-
ments will be served. Mrs. Steven nival 10:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sun- day, at 8:30 p.m., Lubavitcher
Fish is chairman of the program. day in the synagogue school. There followers will hear, via telephone •
%Oil _be games, refreshments and hookup, the Purim public address
* •
prizes. Kochav, Melchor and La-, of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Beth Abraham-Hillel Synagogue
peed
youth groups will direct the
• *
has scheduled a family carnival
Sbaarit Haplaytah will hold a
for 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday at the carnival, to which the public is in-
synagogue. Games, prizes, refresh- vited. The men 'S club and sister- Purim ball 9 p.m. Saturday at
Alan Nathan,
hood will hold their annual Purim Temple Emanu-El. Eric Rosenow
ments and fun for all ages are
planned by Mrs. Donald Levin - and Party 8:30 p.m. Monday in the and his Continentals will play for
social hall. Abe Ben-Zeev and dancing, and a Purim meal will be
Mrs. Leon Mondry of the school
Norma Goldenberg will provide en- served.
parents' association. The public is
tertainment, and refreshments will
invited. •
o • •
be served. All are welcome at a

The Jewish Center's annual
small fee. Purim services will be
Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac will held 6:30 p.m; Monday. The megila Puiim celebration will be held
begin its Purim celebrations with will be read by students Jack noon-4 p.m. March 5, and every-
a carnival under the auspices of Belen, Davit Donin, Michael Fei- one is invited. Children are asked
the youth group starting at. noon gelatan, Martin Liebman, Edward to come in costume. Traditional
We ore delighted to join with the community in extending con-
Sunday. The megila reading will Norton, Jay - Novetsky, Terry No- Purim refreshments, prepared by
gratulations to our associate on the attainment of the
special
take place at 7 p.m. Monday, with vetsky and Steven Tenenbaum and senior adult members, will be
designation "Life Insurance Counselor" and share in the honor
Rabbi Leonard H. Berman officiat- by the Rev. Hershl Roth. A mas- served in the Nasherie, and there
he brings to his office.
ing. Refreshments will be served querade contest for - Bnai 'David will be entertainment and a carni-
by the sisterhood.
Hubert J. Sidlow
school children will follow the read- val for pre-schoolers. A senior
Ben S. Sidlow
adult gift shop, quiz bowl, photo
Walter Barlow
Theodore "TED" issacs
booth and Bnai Akiva sponsors
Earl J. Samuels C.L.U.
wishing well will be included in
Alexander Sarko
the celebration.
Marvin Shogan, C.L.U.
Herbert Silverman
* • •
(From the files of Ihe leldah-Tellekraphic Agency)
Jerome Solomon
Bnai Akiva of Detroit, Religious
40 Years Ago This Via: 1932
Zionist youth group, will prepare
German Chancellor Heinrich Bruening 'Warned the Nazis they and deliver Purim shalakh manot
would be barred from the military if they continued anti-Semitic in- packages throughout the city; on
citements. ,
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request by calling 353-0096 or 544-
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