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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 Friday, March 9, 1919

Purim Frivolity Begins Stindowk Monday; Area Celebrations Set

Purim, the holiday celeb-
rating the deliverance of the
Jews from Haman's plot to
kill them, the story of which
is recounted in the Book of
Esther, will be celebrated
by Jews around the world
beginning at sundown
Monday.
CongregatiOns, com-
munal groups and schools

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who have made their Purim
plans available are:

AKIVA HEBREW DAY
SCHOOL: A Purim meal

will be served 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Beth
Achim. Traditional Purim
entertainment and a pre-
se tation of "Aliza b'Eretz
Haplaot," an updated ver-
sion of Alice in Wonderland,
will highlight the evening.
There also will be a Bible
quiz, Purim sing-a-long and
costume parade. There is a
nominal charge for dinner,
and guests are invited. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call Toby Albert, 352-

THE NEWEST FOR SPRING

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24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile
Next to Dunkin' Donuts
Daily to 6; Thurs. to 8; Sun. 11-4

5837; or Mary Beres, 968-
1549.

CONG-S.
BAIS
CHABAD OF FAR-
MINGTON HILLS AND
WEST BLOOMFIELD: A

joint Purim rally and mas-
querade will take place 7:15
p.m. Monday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. There will
be a- costume, -contest, and
refreshments will be served.
Rabbi Sholom Ber Stock
will read the Megillat
Esther at 7:30 p.m.

CONG. BETH AB-
RAHAM • • , HILLEL
MOSES: ServiCes will be

held 7 p.m. Monday and 7
a.m. Tuesday.

CONG. BETH ACHIM:

A Purim carnival will take
place 11 a.m. Sunday in
Wasserman Hall. Games,
prizes and refreshments
will highlight the affair.
The Megillat Esther will be
read 7:15 p.m. Monday. A
costume parade will follow.
There will be prizes and re-
freshments.
TEMPLE BETH EL: A
'Purim carnival, sponsored
by the Young People's
Society, will be held 11 a.m.
Sunday. There will be
games, prizes and refresh-
ments. For tickets, call the
temple, 851-1100.

CONG.
BETH
SHALOM: A Purim carni-

v al, sponsored by Beth
Shalom United Synagogue
Youth and Kadima, will be
held noon Sunday in the so-
cial hall. There will be
games, movies, "spook
house" and refreshments.
There also will be a costume
parade.

• We Sell Diamonds Only
• By Appointment Only

Call Jerry Turken at

The New York
Diamond Cutting .
Company

CONG. BNAI DAVID:

"The Diamond Cutters"

Services Will be held 6:30
p.m. Monday (Megillat
Esther will be read). A
Purim social hour; spon-
sored by the sisterhood, will
follow at about 8 p.m. Tradi-
tional Purim refreshments
will be served. Services will
be held 7:15 a.m. Tuesday.

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sponsor a Purim carnival
noon Sunday in the temple.
Services will be held 7:45
p.m. Monday. Refreshments
will follow.

LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION:
A

Purim carnival will take
place 11 a.m. - Sunday.
Games, prizes and refresh-
ments will highlight the af-
ternoon. Everyone is wel-
come. For details, call Rita
Loamer, 477-3291.

CONG. MISHKAN IS-
RAEL NUSACH H'ARI

— Lubavitcher Center:
Purim services will be held
7 'p.m. Monday. Greggers,
refreshments and prizes
will highlight the Purim
celebration. There will be a
Purim cartoon for_ children

Immigrant Scientists Work
at Hebrew U. of Jerusalem

JERUSALEM — In one of
the creative microwave
laboratories operating in
the Physics Department at
the Hebrew University two
immigrant scientists from
the U.S. and the USSR work
together.
Physics Prof. Isadore B.
Berlman immigrated to Is-
rael in 1971 from Chicago
and came to the Hebrew
University after years of
work at the Argonne Na-
tional Laboratory.
Dr. Berlman's colleague,
Dr. Zeya Krasko, came to
Israel from Moscow where
she worked for 17 years in
the laboratory for high-
pressure lamps at the Soviet
State Lighting Institute:
The streets of Moscow are
today lit by thousands of

Plight--of Jews
Under Arabs Told

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Jews in Arab countries,
whose situation has grown
steadily worse with the con-
CONG. BNAI MOSHE:
tinuing Middle East conflict
and the political turmoil in
a number of Mideastcoun-
tries, was the focus of a dis-
cussion, last week at a spe-
cial meeting between
Charles Salmon, director of
the State Department's
Office of Human Rights,
and representatives of sev-
eral Jewish "organizations.
Spokesmen for the World
Organization of Jews from
Arab Countries (WOJAC),
the Jewish Identity Center
and the Washington office
of Bnai Brith reportedly
pointed out that the basic
human rights of Jews in
Arab countries have been
largely overlooked, despite
the fact that they are being
subjected to terror because
they are considered enemies
Stop In At
by the revolutionary re-
gimes.
In addition, the Jewish
spokesmen pointed out that
the Carter Administration
has tended not to include
the problem of these Jews in
• its general concern for
human rights. The continu-
ing safety of these Jews is in
Mile between Southfield & Telegraph Rd.
danger because of the Ad-
Adjoining the city of Southfield
ministration's apathy or in-
difference to their plight,
5341400
they noted.

Joe Slatkin's

20811 W. 8

Purim services will be held
7 p.m. Monday. There will
be a costume parade and re-
freshments. For informa-
tion, call the synagogue,
548-9000.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: A
Purim family Sabbath serv-
ice will be held 8 p.m. today.
Rabbi Harold S. Loss will
speak on "Mork Celebrates
Purim." Children will re-
ceive greggers for the
megilla reading. A Purim
family dinner will precede
the service. The temple
youth group will hold its
annual Purim carnival
noon Sunday in the temple.
There will be games, prizes
and refreshments. Tickets
will be available at the door.

lamps developed by Dr.
Krasko.
Prof. Berlman, the old-
timer in Israel, provided her
with space in his laboratory
at the -Hebrew University,
and now the two are plan-
ning joint projects to de-
velop special lamps for sci-
entific, medical and
trial uses.

Britons Probe
Israel as Market
for Investments

LONDON (JTA) — More
than 100 British
businessmen took part in an
all-day serninaK on invest-
ment opportunitieS in Israel
amid claims that Britain is
beginning to lose some of its
traditional anxiety about
the Arab boycott. . -
Top Israeli industrialists
told the seminar, organized
by the Anglo-Israel
Chamber of Commerce, that
British investors should
make better use of Israel's
skilled labor force, low wage
levels and access to the
European and American
markets.
The keynote of the con-
feketce was the economic
inmiticatiOck'bf tie
Egyptian peace negotia-
tions, should they succeed.
Dr. Eliezer Sheffer, deputy
governor of the Bank of Is-
rael, called on the United
States to pool its aid to
Egypt and Israel into a joint
development fund embrac-
ing both countries.
Although peace would not
bring immediate economic
benefits, it offered prospects
for such schemes as joint
development - of the Gulf of
Eilat as an , international
tourist attraction, he said.

Khomeini Street

TEL AVIV (JTA) =— The
West Bank town of Kalkilia
has decided to name onle of
its streets after Iran's new
ruler, Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini. The town council
said the decision was taken
because the ayatollah has
enhanced the image of
Islam throughout the world.

The desire of the right-
eous is only good.

and slides shown for the
adults. The megilla will be
read 7 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
Tuesday. A "live" hook-up
to New York to hear the
Purim farbrengen of the
Lubavitcher_ Rebbe, Rabbi
Menahem M. Schneerson,
will take place 9:30 p.m.
Tuesday.

4

CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK: Purim services

6:30 p.m. Monday. Adult
services will be held in the
chapel, and children's serv-
ices will be held 6:45 p.m. in
the main sanctuary.

* * *

Chabad Fulfills -
Purim Mitzvot

The local Chabad-
Lubavitch Organization is
fulfilling the mitzva of Mis-
hloakh Manot in a variety of
activities statewide in cele-
bration of Purim.
Among the Chabad-
spon-Sored events are:
• Purim party for the
residents of the Franklin
Manor Nursing Home, 3
p.m. Tuesday, conducted by
Rabbi and Mrs. Nachman
Simon.
• Purim party, 8:30 p.m.
Monday, Tel-12 Mall Com-
munity Room, megilla read-
ing, music, refreshments,
prizes.
• Lubavitch Women's
Organization distribution
of shalakh manot to nursing
homes with Jewish resi-
-
dents.
• Megilla
reading,
Michigan State University,
7 p.m. Monday, Room 61,
Case Hall; 8 p.m. Brody
multi-purpose room B; 9:15
p.m. Phillips-Snyder (JMC
Library);
10:15 p.m.
McDonnel (Room 63). Re-
freshments will be served.
• Megilla reading 7 p.m.
Monday, University of
Michigan Chabad House,
followed by all-night Purim
party. -Megillat Esther will
be read 9 p.m. Monday at
East Quad; 9 p.m. Green
Lounge; 9 p.m. Markley
Lobby; 10- p.m. Bursley
Lobby.
reading, 7:30

p.m. _ -1Vionday, Oakland

University, Student Union
Room 130.
4
- • Purim night special:
Western Michigan Univer-
sity, Megilla reading, sing-
ing, dancing, refreshments.
• Purim celebration: 7
p.m. Monday, Chabad-
aN
Lubavitch of Royal Oak and
Troy at Coventry Apts. clu
house in Royal Oak. Megilltb -
reading, Purim show by
Chabad children, refresh-
ments, music, masquerade -
party and prizes.

ORT Day in NY

NEW YORK — New
York City's Mayor Ed Koch
and the governor of New
York State, Hugh Carey, is-
sued proclamations citing
Wednesday as ORT Day
1979. The proclamations
paid tribute to Women's
American ORT for its work
on behalf .of education —
with special emphasis on
vocational education — in
more than 20 nations
abroad and in the U.S.

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