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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 5, 1982 27

Bar-Ilan Grants
Are Offered

Purim Festivities Begin This Weekend

Purim, the festival celeb-
rating the deliverance of the
Y ancient Jews from Haman's
plot to kill them, will begin
at sundown Monday.
Services, carnivals and
other activities scheduled
for Purim throughout the
community will be held as
follows:
ADAT
SHALOM
SYNAGOGUE: The youth
department will sponsor a
Purim carnival 1-5 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue.
Chairmen are: Audrey
Lawson, Patti Lieberman
and Hadas Reiter. Lunch-
eon will be served at a
charge. There will be a cos-
tume carnival.
Purim services will begin
at 6:30 p.m. Monday. The
Megilla will be read by Gor-
don Berris, David Leder-
man, Jon Levy, Howard
Lupovitch, Jeff Lupovitch,
Michael Nachman, Michael
Rocklin and Joseph
Starkman. Youth are re-
quested to wear costumes.
Rabbi Efry Spectre will of-
ficiate and Cantor Larry
Vieder will chant the
liturgy.
A Purim Seuda will fol-
low 6 p.m. services Tuesday.
The Masked Puppet Thea-
ter will present the Purim
story. Migdal Tzion USY
will present the traditional
Purim spiel. There is a
charge for dinner.' For
reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.
BAIS
CONG. •
Rabbi
CHABAD:
Elimelech Silberberg and
Rabbi Chaim Bergstein will
conduct a Purim rally 7 p.m.
Monday at the Lubavitch
Education Center, 28555
Middlebelt, Farmington
Hills. There will be a cos-
tume contest and refresh-
ments, live music and gifts
for children. Services will be
held 6:30 a.m. Tuesday at
the new Bais Chabad Torah
Center.
CONG. BETH ABRA-
HAM HILLEL MOSES:
There will be a Purim car-
nival noon-3 p.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. There will
be games and prizes.
Luncheon will be served.
Admission is free.
Services will be held 7
p.m. Monday when the
Megilla will be read and 8
a.m. Tuesday. Rabbi A. Irv-
ing Schnipper will officiate
and Cantor Israel Fuchs
will chant the liturgy.
CONG. BETH ACHIM:
_A Purim carnival will be
eld 1-4 p.m. Sunday and
Will feature food, games and
cartoons. Admission is free.
The Megillat Esther will
be read 7:15 p.m. Monday
and 7 a.m. Tuesday. Rabbi
Milton Arm will officiate
and Cantor Max Shimansky
will chant the liturgy.
TEMPLE BETH
JACOB: The religious
school will celebrate Purim
at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. At
11:15 a.m., the Purim
parade and assembly will
begin. A Purim carnival
conducted by the senior
youth group will begin at
noon. Rabbi Richard Weiss
will officiate.
BETH
CONG.
SHALOM: Rabbi David

Nelson and Cantor Samuel
Greenbaum will officiate at
Purim services and a Purim
masquerade 7 p.m. Monday
in the main sanctuary.
BIRMINGHAM TEM-
PLE: A Purim family serv-
ice will be held 7:30 p.m. to-
day. Rabbi Sherwin Wine
will officiate. There will be
dramatic skits, songs and
dances, a Purim parade,
hamantashen and a Purim
carnival following services.
Participants are requested
to wear costumes.
BNAI BRITH HILLEL
FOUNDATION: The
Wayne State University af-
filiate will have a Purim
party 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Hillel House, 14400 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park. The eve-
ning will include skits and
refreshments. Admission is
free.
CONG. BNAI DAVID:
The youth department will
hold a Purim carnival
noon-4 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. There will be
booths and prizes. Lunch-
eon will be served at a
charge. For details, call
Youth Director Tobye Bello,
552-0183.
The youth department
will participate in the
Megilla reading 6:30 p.m.
Monday. Rabbi Morton
Yolkut will - officiate and
Cantor Hyman Adler will
chant the liturgy. Children
will meet in the chapel and
proceed to the main
sanctuary. A costume con-
test will be held following
services. There will be
prizes. Hamantashen will
be served.
A Purim social hour and
refreshments _ sponsored by
the sisterhood will be held
at 8 p.m. Monday. Purim
services will continue at
7:15 a.m. Tuesday.
The sisterhood and men's
club will have a Purim des-
sert party 7 p.m. March 14
in the synagogue. Guitarist
Rhoda Wallace will
entertain. There is a nomi-
nal charge. Reservation
deadline is Wednesday. For
information, call the
synagogue, 557-8210.
CONG. BNAI ISRAEL
OF WEST BLOOM-
FIELD: The Megillat
Esther will be read : at 7:15
p.m. Monday and 7: 15 a.m.
Tuesday. Breakfast will fol-
low Tuesday morning's
services. All are invited.
Rabbi Philip Blachorsky
will officiate.
CONG. BNAI MOSHE:
The Megilla will be read at
6:45 p.m. Monday. Rabbi
Stanley Rosenbaum will of-
ficiate and Cantor Louis
Klein will chant the liturgy.
Following services, the
youth department will
sponsor the Clark Family
Players who will present a
puppet show, music, magic
and a juggling act.
Everyone is encouraged to
dress in costume. Haman-
tashen will be served.
Everyone is welcome.
CHABAD HOUSE OF
WESTERN MICHIGAN:
Rabbi Yossi Weingarten
will supervise the reading of
the Megilla and Purim fes-
tivities at the Chabad
House of Western Michigan

at 7 p.m. Monday. The nursing homes and apart-
house is located at 1910 ments to deliver shalakh
Michigan Ave. N.E., Grand manot to the patients and
residents. They are also
Rapids.
CHABAD
LUBA- preparing packages for dis-
VITCH: The Megilla will tribution in the Oakland
be read at 7:30 p.m. Monday County Jail, Wayne County
at the McDon- Jail, Milan Prison and
nell Towers, 24300 Civic Jackson State Prison.
CONG. MISHKAN IS-
Center Dr., Southfield.
Rabbi Nachman Simon will RAEL NUSACH H'ARI:
host the celebration. Men- The Megilla reading and
del Polter will read the masquerade party will take
Megilla and sing Jewish place 7 p.m. Monday and
songs. Everyone is invited. services will continue 6:45
Admission is nominal. For and 8:15 a.m. Tuesday.
details, call Rabbi Simon, Prizes and refreshments
398-2953.
will highlight Monday's fes-
CHABAD LUBA- tivities.
VITCH OF ANN ARBOR:
At 9:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Rabbi Aaron Goldstein will there will be a live hookup
read the Megillat Esther 7 with the Lubavitch far-
p.m. Monday at the Univer- brengen of the Lubavitcher
sity of Michigan Chabad Rebbe in New York.
House. An all-night Purim
CONG. SHAAREY
party will follow and the
Megilla will be read at 9 ZEDEK: The youth de-
partment and PTO will
a.m. Tuesday.
sponsor activities for
HANNAH SCHLOSS Purim. Junior congregation
OLD TIMERS: The seniors will have its annual Purim
will celebrate Purim 1 p.m. carnival 9 a.m.-noon Sun-
March 14 at the Jimmy day. There is a charge.
Prentis Morris Branch of Lunch will be available.
the Jewish Community
Thv family Megilla read-
Center.
ing
will take place 6:45 p.m.
Traditional refreshments
will be served. The "Mrs. Monday in the main
Three," Mayme Lawson, sanctuary. Greggers and
Florence Karabenick and shalakh manot will be dis-
Miriam Zack, will tributed. The adult Megilla
entertain. For details, call reading will be at 6:20 p.m.
Monday. Rabbi Irwin
Mollie Bank, 968-5298.
Groner will officiate and
TEMPLE KOL AMI: Cantors Chaim Najman and
Services for Purim will Sidney Rube will chant the
begin at 7:45 p.m. Monday. liturgy.
The Megillat Esther will be
The PTO will sponsor
read and refreshments will
follow. Rabbi Ernst Conrad Haman's Hideaway Dinner
Theater 5 p.m. March 14 in
will officiate. •
LABOR ZIONIST AL- the social hall. Reservations
LIANCE: A Purim celebra- are needed by Wednesday.
tion will be held 7:15 p.m. The Youth Choir will pre-
Sunday in the Kristen To-
wers Community Room,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205A, Oak Park. The pro-
gram will feature the
Megilla reading, a musical
program, games and prizes.
Refreshments will be
served. Planning the cele-
bration are: Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Faigin, Chana
Michlin, Helen Naimark,
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Schrodeck and Ethel Sil-
berg. Guests are invited.
There is a nominal charge.
For information, call the
LZA, 967-3170.
LUBAVITCH WO-
MEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION: The women will visit

sent "My Fair Esther."
STATE SEN. DOUG
ROSS will speak at an oneg
Shabat in honor of Purim
2:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Federation Apartments.
Sen. Ross will speak on
legislative proposals relat-
ing to senior citizens. Rabbi
Benjamin Gorrelick will of-
ficiate.

RAMAT GAN — Twenty
American and Canadian
students are participating
in Bar-Ilan's year-in-Israel
program thanks to travel
grants from the Dorot
Foundation.
These grants, awarded
annually, permit needy
youngsters to attend the
university and tour Israel

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The Cultural Commission
of
Congregation B'nai David
Cordially Invites You To Hear

Envoy Arens
`All Tied Up'

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Israel's new Ambassador to
the U.S., Moshe Arens, said
last week that his greatest
sacrifice for Israel has been
the retirement that he has
to wear a "black tie" as part
of his ambassadorial duties.
duties.
"Muriel (Mrs. Arens) and
I have done many things for
the state of Israel, but never
this," he told 800 persons
attending the international
Biennial Convention of the
Bnai Brith Women here.
"One of the reasons I made
aliya from the U.S. was so
that I wouldn't have to go
around with a tie," he quip-
ped.

Dr. Zvi Gitelman

Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan

OH

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The Jewish Communities of Eastern Europe: A Prognosis for the 80s"

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