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April 06, 1990 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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SYNAGOGUES

Fun on




SZ Hosts
Film Festival

Congregation Shaarey
Zedek's ninth annual Spring
Festival will show the movie,
The Impossible Spy at 7:30
p.m. April 19.
Filmed in Israel, the movie
is the story of Eli Cohen,
Israel's legendary spy and



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AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

Adat Shalom
Hosts Siyyum

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual Siyyum
HaB'khor at 7:15 a.m. April
9. Each year the Synagogue
plans this service, study ses-
sion and breakfast to begin
the Passover season.
A siyyum is a celebration of
the conculsion of a section of
talmudic text. It grew out of
the Fast of the First Born, a
tradition originally for first
born sons, to commemorate
the slaying of the Egyptian
first born in the tenth plague.
The obligation to fast is waiv-
ed by attendance at the
siyyum. Everyone in the
family, whatever their birth
order, is invited.

Southfield Aids
Chametz Disposal

Mashey Bernstein

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hero. The picture is in
English.
The second film evening,
April 26, will feature
"Everything You Wanted to
Know About Jews in the
Movies . . . but Were Afraid to
Ask!" Dr. Mashey Bernstein,
film expert and Southfield's
Midrasha Scholar-in-
Residence, will present his
talk with film excerpts. He
will show how Jews have been
portrayed in Hollywood
movies from the 1920s to the
present. Jewish values will be
examined. Bernstein, a jour-
nalist and educator, has
published in the United
States and England in major
magazines and newspapers.
Film Festival programs are
presented by the Cultural
Commission of the syna-
gogue. There is no charge.

Beth El Sets
Music Program

Dr. Samuel Adler will pre-
send his latest work, Hay-
dallah, 5:30 p.m. April 7 at
Temple Beth El. The service
will be followed by a concert
featuring Adler's secular
works, which will be perform-
ed by harpsichordist Vivian
Montgomery and violinist
Stephen Shipps.
Montgomery has perform-
ed in concerts in Boston and
throughout Europe and has
studied with some of the
world's renowned
harpsichordists.
Shipps is associate professor

The City of Southfield has
designated special dumpsters
for the disposal of chametz on
April 8 and 9 at each of the
fire stations in Southfield.
Director of Public Safety
R.G. Tobin asks that the
primary disposal should be
for foodstuffs placed in tied
plastic bags.

'I NEWS Immins.

Soviet Jews
Choose Chicago

Chicago (JTA) — Chicago
may only hold a little over 4
percent of the. American
Jewish population, but
Soviet Jews are emigrating
here in droves.
According to the latest fig-
ures, more than 9 percent of
Soviet Jews immigrating to
the United States are settl-
ing in Chicago. Five thou-
sand Soviet Jews are ex-
pected to emigrate to
Chicago during the current
fiscal year. •
In response, the Chicago
Jewish community, with the
help of the Jewish Federa-
tion and the Jewish United
Fund, recently opened
"Shalom: The Welcome
Center," a resettlement
facility for newly-arrived
Soviet Jews in Skokie, Ill.
Coordinated by the Jewish
Family and Community
Service, a planned program
awaits each arriving Soviet
immigrant at the center.
This includes education,
vocational training, medical
care and integration into the
Jewish community.

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