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December 10, 1971 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-10

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Hanuka Celebrations Are Scheduled.

Hanuka, the Festival of Lights,
will be observed in home and syna-
gague beginning this weekend and
extending through the eight days
of the holiday, Dec. 13-21. The first
candle is to be lit Sunday night.
Following are a number of events
scheduled in the community:
Criterion Club for single adults
will celebrate Hanuka at a "Feast
of Lights" party 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Southfield Civic Center.
Holiday cantorials, dancing; bal-
lads and a Yiddish "singalong,"
led by Detroit folk-singer Jessie
Schwartz will highlight the eve-
ning. Potato pancakes will be
served. For information, call Betty
Weinberg, president, 547-2565. or
Pearl Greenstein, 399-3718.
The public is invited.
Sunday will mark Pontiac's Tern-
ple Beth Jacob Hanuka party and
family dinner. The menora light-
ing will be led by Mrs. Phillip Ger-
sten, with the traditional roast beef
and potato latkes dinner following.
There will be entertainment. Mrs.
Robert Cutler is chairman for the
evening.
Odessa Progressive Aid Society
will hold a Histadrut Hanuka cele-
bration 8 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
•nai Israel. A new Israeli movie
will be shown. Chairman Julius
Ring said friends are invited.

Huai David Sisterhood and
Men's Club will hold the annual
Hanuka party 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the syanogogue. There will be
an ORT film, "The Making of a
Man," and Dr. Sims Soleymani
will discuss life in Iran. Rabmat
Alyesh will discuss his experi-
ences in the ORT school in Tehe-
ran. A display of old Torah cas-
ings from Persia, property of the
Sephardic Community of Great-
er Detroit, will be represented.
The public is invited at a small
donation. Refreshments will be
served. The program committee
Includes Mrs. Marcel Behar, Mr.
and Mrs. Nell Kalef and Lou
Kruger.

Americans for Progressive Israel-
Hashomer Hatzair is planning its
10th Hanuka celebration 8 p.m.
Sunday at the Zionist Cultural Cen-
ter. The evening will feature folk
music, Israeli dancing, prizes and
refreshments. On the musical pro-
gram will be folk singer Bernie'
Weisman. accordionist Hope Dewey
and pianist Sonia Lipenholtz. Ev-
eryone is welcome. For information
call Devera Stocker, 864-8035.
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel will
inaugurate its season of late Fri-
day evening services 8:15 p.m.
with Dr. Bernard M. Goldman of
Wayne State University's depart-
ment of art and art history speak-
ing on "Hanuka Archeology." The
oneg Shabat hour will follow.
Everyone is invited.
Beth Abraham-Hillel Hebrew
School students will hold their
Hanuka celebration 10 a.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue building.

Bad Akiva of Detroit, organi-
zation for Zionist youth, has
scheduled a lianas social 7:30
p.m. Sunday in the LaMed Audi-
torium of the United Hebrew
Schools. The Israeli comedy
film, "The Flying Matchmaker,"
will be shown, and there will be
a candle-llghting ceremony and
sing-along, led by the youth of
Hevraya Bet. Rabbi Ernest
Greenfield, president of Detroit
Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi

Hanuka Carols to Flavor
Finland's Christmas Eve

HELINSKI (JTA) — Christmas
eve will be celebrated by Finnish
television with a program of Is-
rael folklore music, it was learned
here.
Finland's television broadcast-
ing service has just completed the
TV film to be shown.

Two young Israeli artists, Sarah
Gur and Andre Tzweig star in the
show.

(Religious Zionists of America)
will deliver opening remarks,
and refreshments will be served.
Adults and youth are invited at
a nominal charge. For informa-
tion, call Eli Halpern, 864-5783.

Yeshivath Beth Yehuda will hold

Musical Festival Set

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20,"Friday, December 10, 1971

Eye Doctors
its annual Hanuka ,carnival 11 its 23rd Hanuka party 8 p.m. Mon-
Prescriptions Riled
a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. There will be day in the Rubayat Room of the
games, prizes and fun for all ages. Algier's Hotel, Miami Beach. The
Food and gifts will be available Ray Liskin Choral Group will sing
for purchase. Everyone is wel- Israel, Yiddish and English selec-
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
come. tions. President Morris Friedman
26001 Coolidge
543-3343
Akiva Hebrew Day School's an- said friends are welcome.
nual Hanuka assembly 10 a.m.
Monday will feature a special
musical program by first through
sixth grade students and a full-
length Hebrew comedy by the ninth
and tenth grade girl students. The
assembly will take •place in the
LaMed auditorium of the United
Hebrew Schools. The public is in-
ALL DAY SUNDAY, DEC. 12th — 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
vited.

The Brothers Zim will sing Yid-
dish and Israel rock folk songs at
the Young Israel Hanuka Musical
Festival 8:15 p.m. Dec. 26 at Oak
Park High School.
These two singers have appeared
in concert halls in major cities
throughout the United States, Eur-
And for those who plan to be in
ope, South America and Israel.
For tickets, call Young Israel of Florida:
Oak-Woods, 398-1177.
The Detroit Social Club will have

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