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December 16, 1960 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-16

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Community Groups, Schools, Synagogues Celebrate 'Holiday of Light'

Members of the Jewish com-
A number of events for Hanu- p.m. today and 2 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Larry Altman, vice-presi- The program will include a munity are invited to a Hanukah
candlelighting ceremony, enter-
kah are announced by local or- Tonight's celebration, to be held dent; KE 4-8452.
to be held by the Isaae
Members of the Workmen's tainment and a musical pro- party
ganizations, schools and syna- in the Habonim room of the
Agree Downtown Synagogue,
gram,
to
feature
Harry
Lewis
Hayim
Greenberg
Center,
is
for
Circle
branches,
their
families
gogues. These events include the
those of •high school age. All and friends are invited to at- in folk ballads and cantorial 1442 Griswold, 7 p.m. Sunday.
following:
selections. Latkes will be served Musical selections will be fea-
Kvutzah Ivrith, the Hebrew interested young people are in- tend the annual celebration of and prizes will be awarded. tured and refreshments will
Cultural Society of Detroit, will vited to attend. For informa- the Festival of Lights 8:30 p.m. Producer and director is Mrs. be served during the "get-ac-
feature a Hebrew play, "Adam- tion, call the Habonim office, today in theWC Center's Joseph Sam Cohen, who will provide quainted" evening. For infor-
ah," (Earth) by Yehudah L. UN 4-9752. The party on Sun- Bernstein auditorium, 18340 W. musical accompaniment with mation, call Irene Papke, WO
Katzenelson (Buki-Ben-Yogli) day is scheduled for youth from Seven Mile. With Monroe Title technical assistance by Harry 3-7440 during business hours.
at its Hanukah celebration Sun- 10 to 14 and their parents, and as chairman, the program will Nessel. The entire community All those who are interested in
day evening in room 110 of the will be held in • the Habonim feature a candlelighting cere- is invited.
helping support the downtown
mony, readings from Yiddish
Jewish Community Center. Par- room.
The Religious School of Cong. synagogue or these who are pre-
and
English
literature
and
.
a
The
Couples
Club
of
Cong.
ticipants in the program will be
Beth Abraham, Seven Mile and sently unaffiliated with a syna-
Chug Ivrith members Joel Roth, Beth Abraham will hold its an- songfest by the Folklore Group. Greenlawn, will hold a celebra- gogue are especially invited to
Refreshments
will
be
served.
Haim Solomon and Dvora Oren- nual Hanukah program 8:30
tion 11 a.m. Sunday in the attend.
stein. Chariman of the cultural p.m. Sunday in the synagogue Special programs for the stu- social hall. A Hanukah pageant
Rovner Progressive Farein
dents
of
the
Abraham
Reisen
clubroom,
announces
president
committee of the Kvutzah is
with an original narrative by will hold a joint installation of
Jewish
School
will
be
presented
Alan
Bernson.
Chairman
is
Mrs.
Morris Nobel. President is
a member of the school staff officers-Hanukah party 8:30
Joseph Katz. The public is in- Harry Krauser. Rabbi Israel I. Sunday. Younger children and will be presented. Songs and p.m. Thursday at its meeting
their
families
will
celebrate
at
Halpern will conduct the candle-
vited at no charge.
also will be fea- hail. Members are invited to at-
service, and Mrs. Alan 10:30 a.m., and older dents refreshments
A- father and son breakfast lighting
tured.
Parents
and friends _are tend at no charge, according to
religion and culture at 2 p.m. Latkes
Isaac Gruskin, president.
following the Hanukah morning Bernson,
invited.
chairman, will introduce the at no charge.
services of Cong. Gemiluth program.
Five- and s'
Refreshments
will
be
Chassodim will be sponsored by served. For information, call of the Ha
the Men's Club Sunday. At 3
brew-Yi
p.m. that day, the religious
ticip
school will hold its annual
nd
"T
SURPLUS TOOLS • HARDWARE • MOTORS • MACHINERY
Hanukah party, to include the
day
oism" at 4 p
SHELVING • WORK BENCHES • CUTTING TOOLS, ETC.
lighting of the candles, sing-
dito-
the M r s
ing, a puppet show, refresh-
IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT — CALL US!
enter.
Gree
rium of
ments and distribution of Hanu-
mbers
Parents
By
RABBI
SAMUEL
J.
FO
kah Belt by the women of the
SARAH-LIL SURPLUS FO 6-0012
invited.
of the
1960, Jewish Telegrap
organization, Chairman Paul (Copyright, Agency,
: Stollman,
Inc.)
Rabbi Sa
Store & Yard: 1600 E. McNichols
Mosbach announces.
Cong. Shaar
spiritual lea
The eighth Day of Hanuk
Cong. Beth Moses (formerly considered to be a special
Windsor, will
Hashomayim
Evergreen Cong.) will hold its ranking above the other days
er at a Hanukah
be guest sp
21 YEARS SELLING AMERICA'S CHOICE
annual Sunday school Hanukah the festival.
g. Mishka
arty of
party Sunday morning at- the
Nine Mil
The
eighth
day
is
often
re-
Borman branch of the United
8 p.m. S . unday.
Hebrew Schools. The men's club ferred to as "Zot Hanukah" feld will rend
(sometimes
translated
as
"This
or the very best deal on a new car — plus
and sisterhood will hold a latke
note.
liturgy. Sp
. . extra good service, prompt delivery —
party at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. En- is Hanukah"). Since it is the taken of
bi
Isaac
day of the festival, the
lease call me — I'm as near to you as
tertainment , will feature Cantor last
eader of the
spirit
our phone!
Adler of Cong. Bnai David, and scope of the miracle appeared tion
ho is leavi
largest
on
that
day,
since
the
Shelby Newhouse, radio and
to
del a
oil in the temple achieved the as
television announcer.
nist Co
record' of burning the maximum
iends ar
Young Israel Center of Oak- amount of eight days on that
d e k
Windsor'
Woods Hebrew and Sunday day. Also the reading from the
. schools will celebrate the Fes-
ast
at
ynagogue,
files
I
Is Faber
is
larger
scriptures for that -day
a Hanu-
14501 W. 7 MILE RD.
tival of Lights with a special than on the • other days 'llian St., 11 pre
Bus. UN 4-2300; Res. UN 4,9039
Sunday.
festival
film for children of the entire since the portion of the Bible
community 11 a.m. Sunday in referring to the offering of the
the Y-I Center, 24061 Coolidge, leaders of the Israel tribes is
Oak Park. Special guests will completed on that day and the
be members of the synagogue's subsequent reading which
junior congregation and youth speaks of the priest lighting the
programs. Gifts and refresh- Menorah in the temple is then
ments will be distributed at no added. Actually, then, it is the
charge.
only day of the eight days of
A Hanukah art exhibition and Hanukah during which the
sale at the Jewish Community Torah reading mentions the act
Center, will continue through of kindling the Menorah in the
Dec. 23 in the lobby of the temple. Thus, it has earned
building, 18100 Meyers. Works the special title of "Zot Hanu-
gathered from Detroit artists kah."
and on loan from art galleries
Two Torahs are taken out
will be shown and will include on the Sabbath of Hanukah
unique, rather than traditional, during synagogue services.
ceremonial objects. All works
Where there is more than one
on exhibition will be for sale. place in the Bible which is in-
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim, Ten cluded in the Torah reading, an
Mile Rd. at Cloverlawn, Oak extra Sefer Torah is used so
Park, will hold a Hanukah party that the congregation does not
ited guests have to wait until the scroll, is
for member
cial play rolled from one place to , an-
ay. A
3 p.m. S
e chil- other. On the Sabbath of Ha-
rited by
will be
ebrew and E ish, to nukah, since an extra portion is
dren
d the read from the Torah which is in
befol a d by a movie
resh- another section of the Bible
distr' ution of gifts
en's (besides the regular Sabbath
men . Chairman
than potion of the week), an extra
is
corn ittee
nuel Torah is taken out, which had
Zuc r, assis
already been rolled out to this
Rott
plan- place.
Ha
es 8:30
Some people insist on eat-
ning
ing dairy foods and having
dairy banquets instead of
meat meals during some occa-
sions on Hanukah.
There is a tendency to com-
memorate the heroic act of
Judith, the heroine who caused
the tyrranical general to be-
come thirsty by feeding him
arehouse . •
much it w
cheese, so that she could later
We've figured out
get him intoxicated with wine
ly
of Fe ers
y
our
sma
re
insure . . . invent
and behead him. Thus some
s . • verhead . . her
.
We
added:
Air
Conditione
dairy products are eaten during
eve
the inter. An
Model 810MS2
rying
expenses of
the festival to remind ourselves
rather
t
amount.
We'
of her heroic action. Some are
prices
cut
their
lo
ain said to eat dairy on this festival
ps Itch—Re
omers with t air con.
Assorted Models
make new iends a
und
or the fi t time s
as- to distinguish it from the major
other
way,
ew heali
of
1960
than
end
ditioning b
from 1,000 to
or- festivals upon which meat is the
t ishing a
Air Condi.
out traditionally required food for
we're offering anc
ds and t
That's
wh
r
hile the table.
19,000 BTU'S
su ery. In
duc-
tioners at s h unheard of p

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