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February 26, 1988 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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See related story, Page 48.

Akiva Teachers'
Checks Are Delayed

Akiva Hebrew Day School,
like Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
missed a payroll this week.
But teachers stayed on the job
because the school provided
their checks one day later.
Philip Applebaum, Akiva's
executive director, said
teachers were informed Mon-
day that Akiva did not have
enough money to pay them.
Applebaum promised to pro-
vide the checks by Wednes-
day, and actually paid the
teachers Tuesday when funds
became available.
"It is the third time out of
11 payrolls this school year
that we have been late," Ap-
plebaum said. "But I've told
the teachers each time that

they would be paid by a
specific date, and I guess I've
established some credibility
with them." The teachers and
staff, he said, have always
been paid within three days of
their scheduled date.
Akiva, with 260 students,
has an annual budget of $1.3
million. Tuition, which
averages $3,000, covers just
under half the budget. Ten
percent is provided by an
allocation from the Jewish
Welfare Federation's Allied
Jewish Campaign and "the
rest is fund raising," Ap-
plebaum said. ,
Next month, Akiva's board
of directors will consider a
tuition increase for next year.

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Tel Aviv Thies Reviving
Its Purim Carnival

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Some 60
years ago, when this first all-
Jewish city of modern times
was in its teens, the popula-
tion decided it was ready to
celebrate the joyful festival of
Purim with a carnival.
At the urging of then-Mayor
Meir Dizengoff, his municipal
council and the citizens — all
of whom were then on a first-
name basis — the artists and
intellectuals gathered at the
Sheleg Levanon (Snows of
Lebanon) or Kassit Cafe to
plan an event.
Thus the Adloyada was
born — named for the Hebrew
injunction that on the Feast of
Lots, celebrating the Jews'
salvation from the wicked
wiles of Haman, a good Jew
was allowed to drink until he
could not distinguish between
the names of the good
Mordechai and the wicked
Haman.
With Dizengoff riding
ahead on his white facsimile
costumed-horse, the Adloyada
carnival parade got off to a
grand start.
It continued as an annual
event until the shadow of
anti-Jewish excesses by the
Nazis in Germany — even
before the concentration and
death camps — coupled with
the Arab riots of 1936 con-
vinced the city it was not pro-

per to rejoice while their
brethren were being
persecuted.
The Adloyada has never
been revived in anything ap-
proaching its original size or
format, despite some efforts.
Two years ago, shopkeepers
and office owners along Rehov
Sheinkin — one of the few
streets in Tel Aviv to main-
tain any of its original color
and flavor — staged a "little
Adloyada" with minor
success.
This year a procession, in-
cluding youthful marchers
and floats, will run through
Tel Aviv's main streets.
A modern Adloyada poses
modern problems. Unlike the
old Adloyada, for which only
a few horse-drawn carts and
primitive buses had to be
withdrawn, the current mini-
version is likely to cause a
massive traffic jam with the
diversion of hundreds of
thousands of vehicles which
cram into the city daily.
This year, the most evident
sign of the approaching
Purim festival has been police
activity in checking toy shops
for the illegal sale of cap-
pistols, cherry bombs and
minor noise-making fire-
works, the use of which has
been banned following
several cases of injuries to

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