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October 17, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS *

Mae Rockland's `Hanuka Book' Gives Holiday Handiwork Hints

October 17, 1975 17

ONE MAN ORCHESTRA
Bar Mitzva's
Candle Lighting

Yiddish Letters

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
collection of letters by noted
Soviet Yiddish writers is
due to be published by He-
brew University Center of
Documentation and Re-
search of East European
Jewry.

Anniversaries-Weddings
House Parties-Dances Etc.
Standards to Rock
$20.00 Wedding Ceremony
Freddy Sheyer 398-2462

THE

SIGN FACTORY

All Types of Signs
You Need to Be Noticed

A month before Hanuka,
Schocken Books make avail-
able a most attractive work
on the festival that will
prove a delight for the entire
family.
"The Hanuka Book" is the
work of Mae Shafter Rock-
land, whose earlier work,
"The Work of Our Hands"
(also a Schocken publica-
tion, reviewed in The Jewish
News, Oct. 3) has fascinated
all devotees to the arts of
needlework and handi-
crafts.
As in her earlier work,
Mrs. Rockland's "The Ha-
nuka Book" also serves as a
guide for the making of
things, for handiwork to
beautify the home for the
celebration of the joyous
Festival of Lights.

Mrs. Rockland is both
artist and writer and in
both she excells as the
creative illustrator and
gatherer of photographs
for her book as well as the
storyteller. She tells the
Hanuka story while out-
lining ways of making the
lights expressive, while
illuminating the festival
and giving it the tradi-

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tional power for apprecia-
tion by young and old.

Magnetic Signs thru Nov. with coupon

Her special chapter de-
voted as a guide for chil-
dren's celebration of the hol-
iday is especially expressive.
Then there is the section
devoted to gifts.
When dealing with the
alphabet, suggesting crafts
with Hebrew letters in pro-
ducing handiwork and artis-
tic designs, Mrs. Rockland is
the great expert. She is a
master in the art of letter-
ing and this chapter proves
it anew. -
As the reproduced photos
from the Rockland book in-
dicate, games in the au-
thor's art also emphasize
the holiday's significance.

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One shows children pin-
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hannukiah, on the Hanuka
lamp, and the other is the
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versus Syrian Greeks.

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You put in your money and take your choice.

The early publication of
this work assures its use for
home reading, in classroom,
as a holiday gift.
Once again Mrs. Rockland
has given enrichment to
Jewish art and interpretive
historic events. —P.S.

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JD!. to Demonstrate Monday
at Trifa's Hearing in Detroit?

Dr. Charles H. Kremer of
New York, president of the
Romanian Jewish Federa-
tion of America, says his
group is not involved in any
demonstration by the Jew-
ish Defense League which
may take place in Detroit
Monday.
The New York JDL office,
according to Dr. Kremer,
says it will picket the Fed-
eral Building and the Grass
Lake residence of Romanian
Archbishop Valerian D.
Trifa during a Federal hear-
ing to dismiss a suit against
he prelate to revoke his
J.S. citizenship.
Trifa is charged with con-
cealing information and
lying about his involvement
with the Romanian Iron
Guard when he applied for
U.S. citizens4p.

His attc*neys have
asked that the suit be dis-
missed, citing the case of
Mafia figure Albert Anas-
tasia who won a similar
case 18 years ago by argu-
ing he had made no false
statements. A hearing on
Trifa's request for dis-
missal is set before Judge

Discount on

big and strong — NBS.

Cornelia Kennedy Mon-
day.

Dr. Kremer was the chief
pursuer of evidence against
Trifa. He says that the
JDL claims it will demon-
strate, along with a Roman-
ian Jewish organization.
Dr. Kremer said the Ro-
manian Jewish Federation
of America is the only such
organization, and "our or-
ganization in no way, tacitly
or actively supports the
demonstration or any action
as contemplated by the Jew-
ish Defense League on that
date."
Russell Kelner, JDL oper-
ations officer, said the JDL
was approached by Dr.
Kremer. He said the JDL
would demand that the gov-
ernment present "dozens of
witnesses against Trifa."
It is believed that there is
no active chapter of JDL in
Detroit.

All that the people of Is-
rael claimed to be was the
laboratory where the great
human values were submit-
ted to experimentation.
— Solomon Goldman

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