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March 08, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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And a Good Time Will Be Had by All on This Purim Weekend

The fun and flavor of Pur- and carnivals scheduled for p.m. today at the 10 Mile
im will linger into next week, the coming days.
branch, the Jewish Center
what with the Purim balls
Starting with a party 9 will have a full weekend of
activities. The party tonight
is sponsored by the Israeli
Students Organization and
Michigan Association of Jew-
ish College Students.
Seventh-ninth graders will
attend a Shushan Social at
7:30 p.m. Saturday at the 10
Mile Center. Music, dancing,
sports and refreshments will
be featured.
One of Allied Van Lines Largest Haulers
On Sunday, the Center main
1300 N. Campbell Road
building will be filled with
2253 Cole Street
activity, including a nursery
Royal Oak
carnival ( a g e 3-5) and a
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Something Special Purim cel-
ebration for 7-9 year olds,






both at 12:30 p.m. At the
same time, there will be a
tumbling display in the lobby
following "Queen Esther's
Photo Booth," set up at noon.
The Apprentice Dancers
Guild will present "The Story
of Purim," through dance,
narration and audience par-
ticipation, at 2 p.m. in the
Center's D e R o y Theater.
Tickets are on sale. From
noon until 3 p.m., the Senior
Adult Nosheri will serve re•
freshments, and there will
be a "How Many Haman-
tashen" contest in the lobby,
with prizes to be awarded to
the three persons closest to
the actual number.

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will see a short play, "A
Midrashic Parable of Pur-
im," presented by the con-
gregation's youth community,
at the Shabat dinner evening
today. The 6:15 p.m. dinner
follows services at 5:45. Res-
ervations are required. Adat
Shalom's youth groups also
will sponsor their annual Pur-
im carnival noon-4 p.m. Sun-
day. There will be games,
prizes and refreshments. The
community is invited.
Temple Kol Ami will have
a special family service to
celebrate Purim 7:45 p.m. to-
day at the temple. Children
will participate in the service,
and Rabbi Ernst Conrad will
speak on "The Story of
Esther." Hamantashen will
be served. The religious
school will have a Purim cel-
ebration 11:30 a.m. Sunday
at the temple. Friends are
Criterion Club will confer
a simulated "Hope Diamond"
on Queen Esther, who will be
chosen by lot and crowned at
its Purim Ball 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. The corona-
tion ball, which is open to
all, •also will feature dancing
to the music of Joe Miller
and his orchestra, social mix-
ers, prizes and hamantashen.
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at Wayne State Univer-
sity will throw its "Biennial
Hamantashen, Cheese a n d
Wine, Hillel Purim Coffee
House and'Testimonial" 9:15
p.m. Saturday at WSU Hillel,
in the University Center
Building. Hillel reports that
"This year's humble honoree
is one of Hillel's foremost
members, Howard S. Jutko-
witz, who will be very well
roasted." Entertainment will
include songs tby folk guitar-
ist Mark Goldenberg. Cos-
tumes are optional, but those
who wear them will be, ad-
mitted at a 25 cent,reduction
in admission. All are invited.
Labor Zionist Alliance will
go Mideastern for its Purim

have to be ready
when you
need us_

And that means new
construction ... the most
costly in our history.
To meet the growing
demand for electric power,
were now engaged in our
largest construction program
ever. And to build power
plants and electric lines it
costs more than ever before.
That's one of the reasons
elearic bills are going up.
You can't take electricity
for granted anymore, but
we'll continue to do our best
to provide reliable electric
service now and in the future.

Author-diplomat Ira Hirsch-
man will address the annual
Landsmanshaften Purim cel-
ebration 8:15 p.m. Monday
at Cong. Bnai David. Max
Sosin will be honored by the
Landmanshaften Societies of
Metropolitan Detroit, in con-
junction with the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, for his "exam-
plary efforts in behalf of the
community, Israel, Klal
rael and the common good."
A wood of trees in Israel,
bearing his name and that of
his wife, Ruth, will be estab-
lished at this event. Hirsch-
mann will address his audi-
ence on the Yom Kippur


Adloyada celebration 8 : 3 0
p.m. Saturday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. An original
Purim spiel, written by
Walter Klein and performed
by members of LZA
branches, will be the high-
light of the program, chaired
by Henry Faigin. Yaacov
Davidovitch will lead in Pur-
im singing, and Cindy Blondo
will demonstrate belly danc-
ing. Greek refreshments will
be served.
Zionist Revisionists of De-
troit will hold a Purim Ball
9 p.m..Saturday at the Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods.
Eric Rosenow and His Con-
tinentals will provide music,
and a dairy supper will be
served. For reservations, call
Steven Goldin, 968-5575.
Bnei Akiva will have a
carnival 1-4 p.m. Sunday at
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods. Everyone is invited.
Bnai Moshe's youth groups
will hold a series of events,
starting with a party spon-
sored by Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth 7:45 p.m. Sat-
urday in the synagogue.
Giborim USY (grades 3 and
4) will have a celebration 2
p.m. Sunday. There will be
a puppet show, refreshments
and a movie, "Purim in Is-
rael." Admission charge.
Shaarey Zedek Junior Con-
gregation will have games
for all ages, along with
prizes, at its carnival 10:30
a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday. Families
are invited to partake of food,
games and fun.
Temple Beth El Young
People's Society will host its
first carnival 'in the new
building, 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited, and pro-
ceeds will go to the temple
building fund. Prizes, games
and food will be featured.
Bnai David Kochav Youth
will have a magician, games,
refreshments and a special
prize at its carnival 10 a.m.-
2 p.m. Sunday.
Pinsker Progressive Aid So-
ciety will have a Purim
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Bnai Israel. Louis Le-
vine will preside over the
program, featuring- Michael
Feigelman, a Wayne State
University student, describing
his experiences on a United
Jewish Appeal study mission.
Purim refreshments will be
Radomer Air Society will
hold its annual Purim party
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle. Center.
Proceeds from the dinner will
go to the Israel Emergency
Fund, according to Mrs.
Morris Greenberg, chairman.

ORT in Argentina
Aids Jewish Schools

Argentina's department of
creative education has work-
ed with eight Jewish schools
to offer pre-skill training to
approximate1,2,000 boys and
At the beginning of the
1974 school year, an addi-
tional three Jewish schools
have asked ORT to offer
their students the same train-

Keep on the move — when
you spend all your time
dreaming, dreams don't
come true.

Friday, March 8, 1974—P

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