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December 18, 1970 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-18

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Hanuka Celebrations Begin This Weekend


Friday, Decsober 18, 11170 4


Hanuka, the eight-day festival well as a performance by 14-year- teacher, Michelle Buck. The serv-
of lights, will begin Tuesday eve- old violinists Leslie Trager and ice, including Hebrew prayers, the

ning, its joyous celebration con- Marianne Toth. Nominal charge. story of Judah Maccabee and a
tinuing on into the following week,
Shomrey Emunah Sisterhood is musical program will begin at
with a number of parties planned sponsoring the synagogue's party 7:45 p.m.
Personal service
by local organizations.
8:30 p.m. Saturday. The 14th an-
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah will
that counts. BIG
T h e Zionist Revisionists of nual event will raise funds for hold a carnival 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sun-
Greater Detroit will sponsor a many charitable projects, particu- day at the school. There will be
1970 models.
Hanuka dance festival 9 p.m. Satur. larly the maintenance of the syna- games, prizes and refreshments.
day at Young Israel Center of gogue. A U.S. Savings Bond will
Order ANY
Oak-Woods. There will be refresh. be awarded, and there will be
ments and entertainment by Eric
Rosenow and his Continentals. Ungar and Leah Yoffe are chair-
car NOW!
RES. 358-5192
Proceeds will go to the National men, assisted by Jennie Mariani,
Israeli Sick Fund (Kupat Holim). co-chairman, and Fay Bovitz, Si-
Friends are invited. For reserva- mone Fishman, Rae Cohen, Zelda
tions, call Steve Goldin, president, Miller, Edith Stern and Brachah
12243 Jos. Cainpau, Detroit Tels.: 891-2360, 891-2361 891-0600
"Fine Clothes For Over 35 Years"
Zachariash, For tickets, call Fan-
LI 7-3606.
15200 W. 7 MILE RD.
3 biks. East of Greenfield
Cong. Beth Achim's sisterhood, nie Laufer, president, 398 - 7146, or
Open Daily 9:30 to 6
• Diners
men's club and young marrieds Esther Pollock, ticket chairman,
• BankAmerleard
• Masters
• Security
will hold a lathe party and square 864-0293.
The Jewish Center Hebre;
dance 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
synagogue. Cantor Simon Berman- Department's Hanuka party will
is will lead the traditional candle- draw young and old for a play-
lighting ceremony, and there will let, candlelighting, singing and
be a musical program along with dancing, 8 p.m. Thursday at the
the dancing to a professional cal- Center. Hebrew students, both
ler. For tickets, call the synagogue teen-agers and adults, will lead
in the prayers. A playlet, in
office, 352-8670.
English, will be presented by ul-
Poale Zion Branch 4 will hold
pan students who plan to visit
a Hanuka meeting 8:30 p.m. to-
next summer, and Harriet
day at the home of Mr. and Israel
Berg's dancers will perform to
Mrs. Jack Malamud, 22511 S.
"My Glorious Brothers." Mem-
Bellwood, Southfield. There will
bers of Hashomer Hatzair, Is-
be a candle lighting ceremony,
raeli Student Organization and
songs, readings and a Histadrut
the Jewish Center Hebrew class-
film showing.
es will make up a chorus, and
Poale Zion Branch 7 will hear Habonim dancers will perform.
Michael Michlin at its Hanuka Community singing and dancing
celebration 6 p.m. Sunday at the wlil follow. Refreshments will be
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heit,
served. Tickets are available at
20108 Blackstone. For reservations the Center.
and information, call Marilyn
Special student events also are
Matenky, ICE 5-0568.
planned by religious schools:
Branch 11, Labor Zionist Organi-
Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac will
zation, plans a combined meeting hold its annual Hanuka brunch,
and hanuka celebration for 7:30 preceded by a 10:15 a.m. talent
p.m. Saturday, at the home of Mr. show Sunday, presented by the
and Mrs. Sidney Brickner, 76511 Sunday religious school, Hebrew
Rivercrest, Southfield. Ben Harold school and United Synagogue
will speak on the "Economic Youth group. Prior to the assem-
And- why not? The diamonds at T. H. Grant are of a
Backbone of Israel," and movie, bly, religious school students will
finer quality than those you'll find in ordinary jewelry stores.
"Children Under Fire," will be exchange gifts—and receive report
shown. The evening will begin with cards—in their classrooms. Rabbi
They are selected personally by Mr. Grant, a Registered
a buffet lathe supper. Members Leonard Berman, principal, and
Gemologist. Being. a Gemologist is to diamonds what Doctor of
plan to exchange hanuka gifts. For Mel Goldman, chairman of the
Medicine is to people. In other words he is an-expert par
information, call Ethel Silberg, LI education committee, will conduct
excellence. He knows the secrets of why
5-8726, or Jean Levy, 862-3142.
the program and luncheon will be
one diamond gleams with inner fire while another of
Radomer Mutual Society of De- served by the Bnai Israel Sister-
the same size simply lies there. And he selects only those
troit will hold its annual Hanuka hood.
gems that pass his unrelenting standards of
dinner-dance 8:30 p.m. Saturday
Akiva Hebrew Day School in-
at the Zionist Cultural Center. vites the community to a Hanuka
perfection in cut, color, and clarity.
Dancing will be to the music of musical play, in Hebrew, and an
Is it any wonder that Liz Weis, Richard Azimov and
Dave Frank's band. For informa- art exhibit by the students 9:45
thousands of other discerning jewelry lovers buy their
tion and dinner reservations, call a.m. Monday in the school, located
diamonds and fine jewelry only from T. H. Grant.
Isaac Engel, president, 356-4245, in the Young Israel of Oak-Woods
If you buy your diamond there,
or Rena Goldberg, dinner commit- building.
you, too, can be a star.
tee chairman, 851-2088.
Birmingham Temple Sunday
Americans for Progressive Is- school pupils and their parents
rael — Hashomer Hatzair will will observe the holiday with a dra-
sponsor a lathe party, with folk matic progratn performed by
singer Arena Barley entertain- grades 1 and 8 11:30 a.m. Sunday
ing, 8 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth at Glenn Levey School, Southfield.
llel. Pianist Sonia Lipenholtz A lathe party will follow. _
in fine
South of 8 Mile Road

Temple Kol Ami religious school
will provide the music for Israeli
Phone 342-5666

Open Evenings till Christmas till 7:30
dancing. Prizes will be awarded. students of the eighth grade will
For information, call Devera conduct the Dec. 25 Friday night
Stocker, 884.8035. (The Jewish
News regrets it erroneously
listed the date for last Sunday).
Farband members, their families
and friends will participate in a
Hanuka celebration, organized by
the City Committee 8:30 p.m. Dec.
but if we're destined to spend our winters at home,
26, at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
let's at least try to control the elements.
ter. There, will be music and re-
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The Israeli Student Organization
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is inviting the public to its Hanuka
party 9 p.m. Saturday at the Inter-
and maybe with the heater on and the right music on the radio
national Institute. There will be
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Bar-Han Forms Courses
For Yeshiva Principals

RAMAT GAN — Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity's school of ' education has
opened a special program of stu-
dies for principals of yeshiva high
schools and for graduates of rab-
binical schools. Upon completion
of the program, they will receive
a certificate to teach Bible and
Torah in secondary schools.
The two-year course covers 11
subjects. Over 30 students are en-
rolled in this program.

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