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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 13, 1981

Greggers to Resound as Purim
Begins at Sundown Thursday

THE JABOTINSKY SOCIETY

of

HERUT ZIONISTS OF AMERICA

Invites the Entire Community to the

JABOTINSKY CENTENNIAL LECTURE

"THE SPIRIT OF JABOTINSKY AND
THE MEANING OF CAMP DAVID"

to be delivered by

DR. HOWARD ADELSON

Professor of History,. City University of New York

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 8:00 P.M.

at

CONG. BETH ACHIM

21100 WEST 12 MILE ROAD

Public Invited

Free Admission

The Cultural Commission
of
Congregation Bnai DavFd

Cordially Invites You To Hear

Richard lobenthal

Michigan Director of Anti-Defamation League

on

"Agonizing Ambivalence:
Jews and the Moral Majority"

Sunday Morning, March, 1981 —11:00 A.M.

At

Congregation B'nai -David

24350 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, Michigan

The Community Is Invited

No Charge

The Festival of Purim,
marked by frivolity, cos-
tumes and the telling of the
Purim story in the Megillat
.Esther, will begin at sun-
down Thursday. Area con- -
gregations and groups who
will mark Purim with serv-
ices or celebrations are:
ADAT SHALOM
SYNAGOGUE: A Purim
carnival will be held 1 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
Shoresh and Migdal Tzion
group members will super-
vise games and booths.
Elizabeth Liwazer and Alan
Woronoff are the chairmen.
CONG. BETH ABRA-
HAM HILLEL MOSES: A
family Megilla service and
social will be held at 7 p.m.
Thursday. The Megilla will
be read 7 a.m. March 20.
The synagogue's annual
Purim carnival will be held
March 29.
BETH
CONG.
SHALOM: The reading of
the Megillat Esther will
take place 6:45 p.m. Thurs-
day. The "Shir Leaders"
(Junior Choir), under the
direction of Cantor Samuel
Greenbaum, will perform
Purim songs.
Choir members are:
Brian Aaron, Debbie Appel,
Elissa Ash, Gail Block,
Debra Beren, Diane Brody,
Deborah Chinitz, Marla
Collins, Beth Davidow,
Bonnie Davies, Lisa Eidel-
man, Jeffrey Freedman,
Karen Gula, Paul Hervey,
Amy Lavetter, Stephanie
Lipman, Shiri Greenbaum,
Jimi Jo Meretsky, Michelle
Plotke, Neil Rockind, Sandy
Rockind, Alex Greenbaum,
Lori Tunick, Amy Wide-
nbaum and Aimee
Thibault. Mrs-. Marcia
Tanzman will be the piano
accompanist.
Following the Megilla
reading, there will be a pre-

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sentation by the Bubbatron
Puppet Theatre of Toronto,
who will present the Purim
story.
Admission is free and the
public is invited.
CONG. BNAI DAVID:
A family Megilla service in
the main sanctuary will
begin at 6:45 p.m. Thurs-
day. At 8 p.m., there will be
a Purim social hour with re-
freshments sponsored by
the sisterhood.
The Megilla will be read
at services 7:15 a.m. March
20 and at 6 p.m. March 22,
the Purim family night
dinner will be held, spon-
sored by the sisterhood and
men's club.
LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION: The
synagogue will be the scene
of a Purim carnival and
magic show 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Sunday. Luncheon will be
served. Games, prizes and
balloons will be available
for children.
CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK: Purim will be
ushered in at the adult
Megilla reading 6:40 p.m.
Thursday in the chapel. The
children's Megilla reading
will take place at 7 p.m. in
the main sanctuary. Purim
services will be held 7:30
a.m. March 20.

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playing chips for one ticket. Anyone who
enters with more than one prepaid ticket may
only receive the additional premium on one
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UNITED HEBREW mington Hills and Rabbi
SCHOOLS: Russian im- Joseph Keselman of Chabad
migrants enrolled in House of Troy-Royal Oak
English classes at the will conduct a joint Purim
United Hebrew Schools will rally 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
be treated to a Purim cele- the Lubavitch Education
bration 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Center, 28555- Middlebelt,
in rooms 9 and 10 of the Farmington Hills. There
main UHS building. Rabbi will be live entertainment,
a costume party and re-
Israel Halpern of Cong.
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses freshments. Services will be--
will speak on "The Meaning held 8:30 a.m. March 2(
and Customs of Purim." with the Megilla reading at
Janet Pont, director of the 9 a.m.
CHABAD - LUBA-
Adat Shalom Nursery
School, will lead Yiddish, VITCH: Rabbi Aaron
Hebrew and English songs. Goldstein will read the
YOUNG ISRAEL OF Megillat Esther 7:30 p.m.
OAK-WOODS: Services on Thursday at the University
the Fast of Esther will be of Michigan Chabad House
held 7 a.m. Thursday and in Ann Arbor. Two separate
Minha, including the Torah readings will be held at the
reading, will begin at 6:20 • East Quad and the Markley
p.m. The Maariv service, in- dorms at 9 p.m. Thursday.
cluding the reading of the An all-night Purim party
Megillat Esther, will begin will follow at the Chabad
at 7:25 p.m. Greggers will House, 715 Hill, and the
Megilla will be read at 8:30
be provided for the children.
Shaharit for Purim will a.m. March 20.
begin at 6:30 a.m. March 20,
Rabbi Yossi Weingarten
and the service will include will supervise the reading of
the second reading of the the Megilla at the Chabad
Megilla.
House of Western Michigan
CHABAD - LUBA- 7:30 p.m. Thursday. A cos-
VITCH: The Lubavitch tume party and refresh-
community has organized ments for students and
its annual Purim shalakh adults will follow. At noon,
manot campaign, under the March 20, a Purim dinner
direction of Rabbi Akiva will be held for the nursery
Cohen, of the Lubavitch parents and the children. A
heder in Farmington Hills. Purim program will be pre-
With the help of the stu- sented by the nursery chil-
dents, Rabbi Cohen has dren. The house is located at
prepared more than 3,000 1910 Michigan Ave. N.E.,
shalakh manot packages for Grand Rapids.
exchange for_ Purim. Rabbi
Rabbi Nachman Simon
Yitzchok Lipszyc, director will present a Purim pro-
of the Chabad House on gram at the McDonnell To-
Wheels, will mail the pack- wers community room 7:30
ages to families in the p.m. Thursday. Mendel Pol-
Upper Peninsula and sur- ter will read the Megillat
rounding areas.
Esther.
Rabbi Aron Goldstein of
In Windsor, Rabbi Yossi
the Chabad House in Ann
Hecht and Rabbi Yitschak
Arbor will distribute 3,500
Kagan will read the Megil-
shalakh manot food-gift lat Esther 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
packages to Jewish stu-
day on the University of
dents at the University of Windsor campus. Refresh-
Michigan and to families
ments will follow.
throughout Ann Arbor and
CONG. MISHKAN IS-
the neighboring cities.
RAEL NUSACH H'ARI:
The Chabad House of A Purim masquerade party
Grand Rapids, directed by and Megilla reading will
Rabbi Yossi Weingarten, take place 7:15 p.m. Thurs-
day in the synagogue. A
will mail 1,0'00 shalakh
manot packages to resi- party will feature refresh-
dents of Grand Rapids, ments, a costume party and
Kalamazoo and Muskegon., prizes. There will also be a
He also will visit students at slide show and refresh-
ments presented for adults.
Grand Valley State College
and Western Michigan The Megilla will be read at
6:45 a.m. and 8:15 a.m.
University where he will
March 20.
distribute Purim gifts.
NSHEI CHABAD: The
Nshei Chabad, the
Lubavitch Women's Organ- -
Lubavitch Women's Organ-
ization, will distribute ization, under the directio.
shalakh manot to various of Mrs. Leah Silver,
nursing homes in the De- conduct a Purim party at
the Highland Towers. The
troit area.
Prisoners at the Oakland Megilla reading will be at 8
County Jail, Wayne County p.m. Thursday followed by
Jail, Milan Prison and refreshments and a pro-
Jackson Prison will be vis- gram.
A pre-Purim rally will be
ited and given the tradi-
tional shalakh manot pack- held 1:30 p.m. Sunday at
The Jewish Community
ages.
Among the Lubavitch Center. The program will
services and programs include prizes, refresh-
ments and the Walt Disney
available are:
BAIS film, "Yellowstone Cubs."
CONG.
The special attraction
Rabbi
CHABAD:
Elimelech Silberberg of will be Mona of the "Hot
Bais Chabad of West Bloom- Fudge Show," who will
field, Rabbi Chaim Bergs- greet the children and assist
tein of Bais Chabad of Far- in telling the story of Purim.

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