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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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32 Friday, October 23, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bar Mitzva David Stollman Lends
Symbolic Role to Russian Lad of 13

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Aleksandr Bialy has been
waiting with his family in
Moscow for visas to go to Is-
rael. The Soviet restrictions
keep them in Russia. They
. have also restricted their
religious rights, and Alek-
sandr could not observe his
Bar Mitzva last week when
he turned 13.
Jonathan
David
Stollman's Bar Mitzva was
on the same day as Alek-
sandr's. He observed it,
symbolically, also for the
Russian lad whose family
keeps waiting for exit op-
portunities.
The Bar Mitzva of David
Jonathan, son of Bernard
and Barbara Stollman, was

The Program Committee

TEMPLE BETH EL

Mrs. Josephine Bloom, Chairperson

will present

SENATOR
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Sunday Evening, November 1 at 7:30

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observed on Sunday morn-
ing at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
It was Hol Hamoed Sukkot
and the Bar Mitzva of-
ficiated at the entire two-
hour service, except for the
first 15 minutes when his
uncle, Phillip Stollman,
chanted the beginning of
Shaharit. David Jonathan
read the balance of the
Shaharit, the complete
Torah selections, the Musaf,
and led the procession car-
rying the Lulavim and Et-
rogim, chanting the
Hoshanna selections.

Next to him on the
Bima, David placed a
Siddur, a Mahzor and an
extra Talit, as symbols to
emphasize that in his de-
votion Aleksandr Bialy
was with him. Upon recit-
ing the brahot, he ex-
changed taleisim, prayer
shawls, with the symboli-
cal on the empty chair for
Alexsandr, and he ex-
plained the moving as-
signment to the congre-
gation.
Rabbi Irwin Groner, in
brief remarks, explained

the significance of the role
assigned to an oppressed
Russian by a free American
wishing to share his reli-
gious privileges with a fel-
low Jew.
Participating in the main
sanctuary ceremonies
attended by 300 were the
Bar Mitzva's parents and
his grandfather, Max
Stollman.
A Garden of Trees in Is-
rael, planted through the
Jewish National Fund, is
the specific honor that was
accorded the Bnai Mitzva in
Detroit and in Moscow.

Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood Will Host
Town Hall Lecture Series at Synagogue

Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sis-
terhood will open its annual
Town Hall Series 10 a.m.
Nov. 4 in the Morris Adler
Hall of the synagogue.
Rabbi Irwin Groner,
spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, will review and
discuss four of the recent
popular movies in a pre-
sentation entitled "The
Rabbi Goes to the Movies."
Dr. Paul Pearsall, chief of
the Problems of Daily Liv-
ing Clinic at Sinai Hospital,
will speak 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2
on "Stress and Distress:
Crisis and Growth."
The final presentation
will be held on Feb. 3.
Florine Mark Ross,
president of the local
Weight Watchers affiliate,
will speak on "You Can Do
Anything You Want ... If
You Put Your Mind to It."
Cost of the complete

Robinson handling tickets.
Others on the committee
are: Sandi Cherrin, Helene
Cherrin, Laurie Green,
Leypsa Groner, Milli Ko-
van, Elaine Laker, Sharon
Lipton, Sherry Najman,
Roseanne Schlussel and
Sandy Schwartz.
For information and tic-
kets, call Ms. Millman,
855-1617; or Ms. Goodstein,
661-4430.

RABBI GRONER

series includes continen-
tal breakfast at the two
morning lectures.
Everyone is welcome.
The Town Hall Commit-
tee consists of Anita
Millman and Gail Goods-
tein, co-chairmen, with
Ilene Nemer and Fannie

Conservative Adult. Institute
Begins Tuesday at Hillel

The Conservative rabbis
of Detroit will present a
study program for the
Jewish community begin-
ning 8 p.m. Tuesday with a
Torah seminar.
The Inter-Congrega-
tional Adult Education
Institute will offer courses
in Jewish text, life
and philosophy. There will
he courses on the Bible,
Rabbinics, Yiddish Litera-
ture, Sociology, Contem-
porary Jewish Issues and
Jewish Music. In addition,
courses in Hebrew Lan-
guage and Literature will
be offered by the faculty of
the Midrasha.
Dr. David Weiss Halivni,
the Morris Adler Professor
at the Jewish Theological
Seminary will speak on
"The Development of the
Oral Law" at Tuesday's ses-
sion. On six successive
Tuesdays, beginning Nov.
3, there will be courses of-
fered from 8 to 9 p.m. and
from 9 to 10 p.m. Registra-
tion for classes will take
place prior to the Torah
seminar at 7 p.m.
This year the Adult Insti-
tute will be hosted by Hillel
Day School. Auxiliary park-
ing and shuttle bus will be
available at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
The institute will provide

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at 7:15 p.m. and will return
at the close of the institute.
Senior citizens wishing to
make reservations should
call Mrs. Sandy Brenner,
851-2394.

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