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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Has Twinned Bar Mitzva

Eric Droz will "share" his
Bar Mitzva ceremony with
his Russian Jewish coun-
terpart, Evgeny Kremen of
Moscow, in absentia, at
Shabat services 8:45 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses.
Evgeny is the son of
Mikhail Kremen, a radio
engineer, and Galina Kre-
men, a lab assistant, who
have been refused exit visas
from the Soviet Union since
1974. They have been de-
nied exit visas because the
Soviet government said
they had access to secret in-
formation.
When Kremen applied to
emigrate, he immediately
lost his job as a radio
engineer and has been un-
able to find work since. He

has had to take menial jobs
to support his family and to
avoid being charged with
parasitism.

Mikhail and Galina
have appealed to Soviet
authorities to allow them
to be reunited with his
mother and sister in Is-
rael, who emigrated in
1972. The senior Mr.
Kremen died in 1978.

In 1979, the International
Year of the Child, Kremen
published a book, "The Year
of the Child — Soviet Style,"
in which he included photo-
graphs of 50 children, all of
whose parents were refus-
niks or Soviet Jewish ac-
tivists.
Eric is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard (Elizabeth)
Droz of West Bloomfield.

Sephardic Community Has
Post-Hanuka Party Sunday

The Sephardic Commu-
nity of Greater Detroit will
have a post-Hanuka party 2
p.m. Sunday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
Featured in the program
will be Gary, Willow and
Sasha Sklar; Amy Brode;
Adam Brode; Shirley Be-
har; Taraneh Sharifi Azad;
Dr. Marc and Carey
Chicorel and Julianna
Katzman and Melissa

Katzman. The afternoon
also will include Greek and
disco dancing. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
there will be prizes for the
children. The public is in-
vited free of charge.
Lily Katan is refresh-
ments chairman. Sam Papo
is president. Mrs. Behar is
chairman of the program.
For information, call Mrs.
Behar, 557-8551.

Hanuka Poem Highlights
Sermon in Song Sabbath

"The Joy of Dedication," a
Hanuka poem by Rabbi
Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, will be featured at
the Sermon in Song Sab-
bath observance at 8:30
p.m. today at Temple Beth
El. Music accompanying the
poem was composed by
Hugo Adler.
The program, to be nar-
rated by Rabbi Dannel I.
Schwartz, will feature

"Psalm 150" by Cesar
Franck; "The Last Words of
David" by Randall
Thompson; "Hallelujah
Amen" by G. F. Handel,
from the oratorio "Judas
Maccabeus."

The Wayne State Univer-
sity Men's Glee Club, under
the direction of Dr. Harry
M. Langsford, will partici-
pate in the service.

Denise Silverman will
become Bat Mitzva.

Conservative Adult Study
Institute to Finish Tuesday

The Eighth Annual In-
tercongregational Adult
Educational Institute will
conclude with a program at
9 p.m. Tuesday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The program, featuring

Lubavitch Has
Adult Classes

Rabbi Efry Spectre of Adat
Shalom, will follow the 8
p.m. classes taught by the
Conservative rabbis of met-
ropolitan Detroit and the
Hebrew classes provided by
the Midrasha.
Certificates of completion
will be awarded to all insti-
tute registrants. A social
hour will follow.
Rabbi Robert Abramson,
headmaster of Hillel Day
School, is the president of
the Conservative rabbis of
Detroit. Rabbi Spectre is the
institute chairman. Pro-
gram coordinator is Char-
lotte K. Nussbaum.

Chabad Lubavitch an-
nounces that men and
women are invited to
classes in basic Judaism,
Torah, Prophets and Tal-
mud conducted at the Ann
Arbor Chabad House, 715
Hill. For details, call Rabbi
Aharon Goldstein, 1-995-
Rabbi Elected
3276.
Rabbi James Gordon,
An on-going class on
"Major Trends in Jewish spiritual leader of Young Is-
Mysticism" is held 8 p.m. rael of Oak-Woods, has been
Wednesdays in the home of elected regional vice
Rabbi Chaim Moshe Bergs- president of the rabbinic
tein, 32276 Tareyton, Far- alumni of Rabbi Isaac El-
mington Hills. Men and chanan Theological Semi-
women are invited. For in- nary (RIETS), an affiliate of
formation, call Rabbi Yeshiva University of New
York City.
Bergstein, 626-3194.

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