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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-20

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50 FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1992


Sephardic Community
Shabbaton Weekend

The Detroit Sephardic corn-
munity will hold their first
Sephardic Shabbaton
weekend in their 75-year
history in Detroit April 10-12.
There are several services
and events planned.
Services will be conducted
6:45 p.m. April 10 at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center. Of-
ficiating will be Rabbi
Solomon Maimon, who was
the rabbi of Sephardic Bikur
Cholim Synagogue in Seattle,
Wash. Rabbi Maimon found-
ed the Jewish day and high
schools, and introduced model
holiday services, providing
tapes and transliterated
copies of the prayers for
members at home.
Rabbi Maimon also will
conduct services 9:30 a.m.
April 11 at the JPM in
cooperation with Congrega-
tion Shaarey Shomayim Mi-
nyan, under the auspices of
Rabbi Leo Goldman and Dr.
Harry Jubas. Officiating with
Rabbi Maimon will be
Philippe Bitton, assisted by.
David Teshuba, Salvatore
Katan and David Hazan, who
is the chazan of the Sephardic
community. A luncheon, for
which attendees must
register in advance, will


Solomon Maimon

follow the services. There is a
charge for the luncheon.
On Sunday morning, ser-
vices will be held 9 a.m. at
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah.
The Sephardic Community
of Greater Detroit, in conjunc-
tion with the Detroit Jewish
Committee for Sepharad '92,
will hold a community-wide
Family Sephardic Seder 5
p.m. April 12 at Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.
A glatt-kosher meal will be
served, featuring foods from
Sephardic cultures world-
wide. There is a charge.
For information, call Joe
Tarica, 851-6880.

Temple Israel Plans
A Sephardic Concert

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cholesterol, which can build
up plaque in their arteries,
increasing their risk of
heart attacks and threaten-
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you pick up a fork, remem-
ber to handle it as you
would any other weapon.
For self-defense, not

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This space provided as a public service.

"A Salute to the Grandeur
and Glory of Spanish Jewry"
will be celebrated 8 p.m.
March 31 at Temple Israel at
its Jonathan P. Miller
Memorial Concert. Com-
memorating the expulsion of
the Jews from Spain in 1492,
a new oratorio, "Ever Since
Babylon," has been commis-
sioned and will feature four
soloists, two narrators, mixed
chorus and chamber
The Spanish Consul Gener-
al, Joaquin Ma. de Aristegui,
will represent his government
as they rescind the 500-year-
old edict, which went into ef-
fect on March 31, 1492.
This concert is sponsored by
the Detroit Jewish Commit-
tee of Sepharad '92, compris-
ed of the Agency for Jewish
Education; American Jewish
Committee, Detroit Chapter;
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit; the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit; the
Jewish Federation of Metro-
politan Detroit and the
Sephardic Community of
Metropolitan Detroit.

Among the soloists involv-
ed, is Cantor Richard Allen,
a baritone with the Reform
Congregation Keneseth Is-
rael in Elkins Park, Pa.
Alicia Hunter, mezzo-
soprano, is a native Detroiter
who received her musical
training at the University of
Michigan where she appeared
in various operas.
Martha Warren, soprano, is
a Detroit native who began
singing musical theater dur-
ing her years at Cass
Technical High School and at
Temple Israel. She performs
regularly as a member of the
Yiddish Theater Ensemble.
Cantor Harold Orbach,
tenor, of Temple Israel, fills
the fourth solo spot for this
oratorio. Also featured as nar-
rators will be Evelyn Orbach
and Paul Winter. In addition,
the Jackson Symphony Or-
chestra, directed by Stephen
Osmond, and the Temple
Israel Choir, under the direc-
tion of Gregory Gyllsdorff,
will complete the musical por-
tion of this production.
For complimentary tickets,
call Temple Israel, 661-5700.

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