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March 04, 1977 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, March 4, 1977

MACK PITT
and
His Orchestra

358-3642



Purim Celebratiorts in the Community Announced

Jewish institutions who
will have Purim cele-
brations, in addition to
those,listed last week, in-
clude Temple Israel,
Birmingham 'Temple, the
Jewish Community
Center and Workmen's
Circle. Their activities
are as follows:

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TEMPLE ISRAEL will
begin its Purim celebra-
tion with services 8 p.m.
today. Rabbi Harold S.
Loss will speak on "Ha-
man Swings," and mem-
bers of the Hebrew school
will participate in the
service. Graggers will be
distributed. On Sunday, a
Purim celebration will be
held at the temple imme-
diately following reli
gious school classes. The
cantata. "Joseph and His
Technicolor Dreamcoat,"
will be presented. Chil-
dren are requested to
dress in Purim costume.
Luncheon will be
served at noon Sunday,
and there will be carnival

booths, games and prizes.
There also will be a cos-
tume contest. The public
is invited at a nominal
charge.
BIRMINGHAM TEM-
PLE will hold Purim serv-
ices 8:30 p.m. today in the
temple. Rabbi Sherwin
Wine will speak on "From
Laughter to Revolution
— The Jewish Answer to
Anti-Semitism." Stu-
dents of the grade 8 con-
firmation class will read
selections from the Megil-
lat Esther. The Temple
Fun Singers will perform.
THE JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will
hold a Purim celebration
1 p.m. Sunday in the main

.

Rebbe's Birth day Is Marked

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The Michigan organi- transmitted live over a
zation- of Chabad- telephone hook-up sys-
Lubavitch will join the tem for simultaneous
international celebration broadcasting in . cities
in honor of the 75th throughout the world.
birthday of the
The Michigan
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Lubavitch office has or-
Rabbi Menachem M. ganized -a trip to New
Schneerson, occuring on York. Several buses led
the 11th of Nissan, which by the "Chabad House on
this year coincides with ..Wheels" will leave for
March 30.
New York March 29 for a
On that day, thousands program which includes,
of followers of the Rebbe in addition to the far-
and guests will celebrate brengen, sightseeing in
the occasion at the tra- the city, and a tour of the
ditional "farbrengen" Hasidic community of
(Hasidic gathering) in Crown Heights.
Brooklyn. The far- - For information, call
brengen will be addressed the Lubavitch office;
by the Rebbe and,will be 548-2666.

Honoree's Unexpected Death
Alters Cheder Dinner Program

The annual Cheder Din-
ner which was to have
honored Mrs. Sara
Rubenfaer, will instead
be in her memory, owing
to her unexpected death
last Sunday.
The Cheder, Cheder
Oholei Yosef Yitschak
Lubavitch or the "Cheder

For Progressive Elemen-
tary Education,"/ uses
Yiddish, both written and
oral, as its language of in-
struction. Catering
primarily to pre-
schoolers, the cheder has
60 boys and girls regis-
tered as students. Chil-
dren are accept&d from at
Featuring:
age 3: Classes meet in
Humanitm Lecture Farmington at the Labor
Rabbi Sherwin Wine of Zionist ' Institute.
The Sara Rubenfaer
the Birmingham Temple
Memorial Cheder Dinner
will
present
a
lecture
in
and Guest. Star ENZO STUART!
his "The Story of will be held 6:30 p.m.
Humanism" series 8:30 Monday at the Labor
SATURDAY, MAR. 26, 8:30 P.M. FORD AUD,
p.m. Monday in the tem- Zionist Institute, spon-
ple. Rabbi Wine will speak sored by Mr. and Mrs.
on "Enlightenment . Norman Cottler. Guest
Humanism." There is a speaker is Dr. Irving

Block, professor of phi-
charge:
losophy at the University
of Western Ontario. The
cheder children will erf-
tertain. There is a charge.
For reservations and in--
of Brooklyn, N.Y.
formation, call the
Lubavitch Center, 548-
Will Honor Former Detroiters
2666.

- OAUID BRENNER

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL BENEFIT
f°":" 851-2394

YESHIVA and MESIVTA TORAH VODAATH

MR. and MRS. LQUIS JONAS

Sunday, March 6th

Crown Hotel



Miami Beach, Fla.

Those members of the family and friends who will
be unable to attend and wish to join in the tribute
to the Jonas', may send their contributions to:

Mr. Louis Jonas
801 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla.

Independence Day
Booklet Available

NEW YORK — - A
newly-revised booklet,
"Yom Ha'Atzmaut, a
• Family Celebration" is
again being, made avail-
able by Pioneet Women.
The 33-page guide for
home observance of Is-
rael Independence Day,
which this year will be
marked on April 21,
suggests a ceremony for
the family seuda, with
appropriate songs,
prayers, and suggested
foods. There is also a spe-
cial section in Yiddish.
The booklet may be ob-
tained from Pioneer Wo-
men, 315 Fifth Ave., New
York, N.Y. 10016.

Center complex. There
will be a costume compe-
tition, children's parade,
carnival and Purim activ-
ities. The public is invited
at no charge. For infor-
mation, call Sue
Leibovitz, 851-7300.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
BRANCH 460 will have a
Purim party 5:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Labor
Zionist Institute. A full-
course buffet dinner will
be served, followed by a
program on the signifi-
cance of Purim. Will
Jones, a Workmen's Cir-
cle employee for more
than 30 years, will be
honored with a lifetime
membership in the
branch. The public is in-
vited at a nominal charge.
For information, call
Harriet Arnowitz, dis-

trict director,. 626-6016.

For Custom Drapery
Cleaning, Call

DRAPERY CLEANERS

"All That Tito Nem Implies"

We Also
Wash & Finish
Drip Dry Curtains
Professionally

WE DO ALL THE WORK
REMOVE AND INSTALL

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Sirburban Call Collect
Reverse Charges
.
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• e•sprea•s
• Lampshades

Cleaned — Recovered or Relined

Temple Beth Jacob
Movie, Dinner Due

Temple Beth Jacob of
Pontiac will present the
film, "Shop on Main
Street," following 8 p.m.
services and dinner today
in the temple.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call Sally
Winkelman, 626-3934.

• Window Shades

Cleaned t Replaced

• Blankets

Laundered IL Fluffed

CASH & CARRY DISCOUNT

11410 JOS. CAMPAU

3 blks. E. of 1-75

Caniff/Holbrook exit

Free Parkin• in Rear

Trade Member
American Society of
Interior Designers

(A.S.I.D.)

DON'T THROW AWAY
ANY OLD BOOKS!!

Donate Them To:

BRANDEIS,
UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S 'COMMITTEE

(Tax Deductible)

For Pick Up or Drop Off
Information call

DI 1-2461

CONG. BETH SHALOM

1 4601 W. Lincoln, Oak Park, Michigan

.

presents

RABBI MORTON M. LEIFMAN

March 11, 12& 13

Assistant Chancellor at
the Jewish Theological
Seminary, y Dean of the
Cantors Institute, Semi-
nary College of Jewiih
Music, former Director of
the Joint Beth-Din of the
Seminary and the Rabbin-
ical Assembly,

Friday, March 11 — 8:00 p.m.

"Jewish Music —Its Origin, Use and Misuse
Around the World"

Saturday Morning Lecture.

"Jewish Family Law — How it Related to
Divorce, Abortion and Other Modern Day
Problems"
Sunday Morning --
"Sharing of Jewish Experiences"

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