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December 14, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-14

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36 Friday, December 14, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hanuka Rally
at Orchard Mall

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A Hanuka rally, spon-
sored jointly by Congs. Bais
Chabad of Farmington Hills
and Bais Chabad of West
Bloomfield will be held 4
p.m. Sunday at Orchard
Mall.
The rally will feature
music, children's
entertainer Wove, prizes
and refreshments. A giant
Hanuka menora will be
lighted in celebration of the
eight-day holiday.

Temple Elevates
Spiritual Leaders

Temple Emanu-El an-
nounces that Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum, who has been
the spiritual leader of the
congregation for more than
25 years, has been ap-
pointed senior rabbi.
At the same time, Rabbi
Lane Steinger, who has
served the congregation as
associate rabbi for the past
2 1/2 years, has been named
rabbi.

1979
CITY TAXES

ALL 1979 CITY OF DETROIT
SECOND-HALF
TAX BILLS HAVE BEEN MAILED

All REAL and PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX BILLS for the
CITY OF DETROIT have been mailed. If you have failed to
receive a tax statement, please request duplicate by mail or in
person at Room 136 City-County Building, since Interest and
Penalty must be added if not paid by January 15, 1980. Failure
to receive bill will not defer paymant of Interest and Penalty.
Kindly include Ward and Item number when requesting bills by
mail.

- Second-Half Due

January 15, 1980

Stanley Gruszkowski

Treasurer
City of Detroit

Chabad Hanuka Parties Set

Chabad Lubavitch, under
the direction of Rabbi
Nachman Simon, will spon-
sor a Hanuka party 6 p.m.
Sunday at McDonnell To-
wers Apts., 24300 Civic
Center Dr., Southfield.
There will be games,
prizes and refreshments.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by pianist Jocelyn
Krieger and students Eric
Norber, Howard Norber and
Shoshana Krieger. The Pol-

ter Brothers will sing
Hanuka songs and there
will be a candlelighting
ceremony.
There is a charge, and
children under age 12 will
be admitted free of charge.
The Royal Oak-Troy
Chabad House, 1905 E. 14
Mile, will hold a Hanuka
party 7:30 p.m. Monday,
announces Rabbi Yos,f
Kesselman, director. The
community is invited.

N.Y. Yeshiva Will Benefit
From Reception Held Here

A reception in behalf of
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath in
New York will be held 8
p.m. Tuesday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Car-
men, 15927 Hilton, South-
field.
Guest speaker will be
Hagaon Reb Gedalya Fel-
der, Shiite, rabbi of Cong.
Shomrei Shabbos in To-

Hertz, Schwartz
Sermons Printed

Temple Beth El has pub-
lished a 28-page booklet of
the Rosh Hashana and Yom
Kippur sermons of Rabbis
Richard C. Hertz and Dan-
nel I. Schwartz.
The sermons include
Rabbi Hertz's "Feeling
Good About Being Jewish,"
"Listening," and "Death
Cannot Kill What Never
Dies," and Rabbi Schwartz's
"Cry Lion" and "The Fast
We Must Choose."

Temple Spongors
Hanuka Service

The Birmingham Temple
will have a Hanuka family
service and celebration 7:30
p.m. today in the temple.
Each family is requested
to bring a flashlight for a
"festival of lights." The pro-
gram was prepared by the
youth education committee.

ronto, a post he has held
since 1949.
Rabbi Felder has been
a member of the execu-
tive of the Rabbinical
Council of America since
1963. He is president of
the Ontario Division of
the RCA and of the
Canadian Jewish Con-
gress rabbinical division.
Marvin Berlin is chair-
man of the evening. The
community is invited.

SZ Teachers
Name Officers

Geri Levit was elected
president of the Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Hebrew
Teachers Association.
Other officers are: Albert
Burke, vice president; Eve-
lyn Klein, secretary; and
Drora Kleinplatz, trea-
surer.

Hanuka Carnival

The PTA of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will hold its
annual Hanuka carnival 11
a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday in the
yeshiva building.
The afternoon will fea-
ture refreshments, games
and prizes.

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1. Friday, December 14, 1979
Place one candle (large enough to
bum at least until 6:06 p.m.) In the ex-
treme right holder of the Menorah. Light
Shamesh (servant candle) and recite
blessings I. II and III and kindle the can-
dle. Place the Shamesh in its appropri-
ate holder. Then the women and girls
should kindle the Sabbath candles. recit-
ing the appropriate blessing. All the
above should take place before 4:42
p.m. (Eastern Standard Time, Detroit.
For the proper time in other citiex. con-
sult a Rabbi.)

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3. Sunday, December 16, 1979.
At nightfall from 5:52 p.m. and on,
pla 3 candles in the Menorah, at the
place
right. Recite blessings I and II, and kindle
the 3 candles, from left to right.

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4. Monday, December 17, 1979.
At nightfall, from 5:52 p.m. and on.
place 4 candles in the Menorah, at the
light. Recite blessings I and II, and kindle
the 4 candles from left to right.

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5. Tuesday, December 18, 1979.
At nightfall, from 5:55 p.m. and on,
place 5 candles in the Menorah, at the
right. Recite blessings I and II, and kindle
the 5 candles, from left to right.

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6. Wednesday, December 19, 1979.
At nightfall, from 5:55 p.m. and on,
pace 6 candles in the Menorah, at the
right. Recite blessings Ind II, and kindle
the 6 candles, from left to right.

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7. Thursday, December 20, 1979.
At nightfall, from 5:55 p.m. and on,

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place 7 candles in the Menorah, at the

right Recite blassings I and II, and kindle
the 7 candles, from left to right.

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8. Friday, December 21, 1979.
Place 8 candles (large enought to burn
at least until 6:10 p.m.) in the Menorah.
Recite blessings I and II, and kindle the 8
candles from left to right. Then the
women and girls should kindle the Sab-
bath candles, reciting the appropriate
Sabbath blessing. All the above should
take place before 4:45 p.m. (Eastern
Standard Time, in Detroit.) For the pro-
per time in other cities, consult a Rabbi.)

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2. Saturday, December 15, 1979.
After the Sabbath ends at 5:45 p.m..
recite the Havdaiah (separation between
Sabbath and weekday) prayer. Then
place 2 candles in the Menorah, at the
right. Recite blessings I and II, and kindle
the 2 candles from left to right.

MR. and MRS. MARVIN M. TAMAROFF
and Family

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CHANUKAH CALENDAR
5740/1979

Hanuka Service,
Dinner Planned

Temple Kol Ami will hold
a Sabbath and Hanuka pot
luck dinner 6:30 p.m. today
in the temple, conducted by
the sisterhood.
A family service will be
held at 7:45 p.m. The chil-
dren of the religious school,
under the direction of Viv-
ian Stollman, will sing. The
temple choir, under the di-
rection of Nathalie Conrad,
will render the liturgical
music.
Students of Grade One
will present a short Hanuka
play.
Arrangements for the
dinner and service were
made by Gail Cohen, Joyce
Rubenstein, Carol Silver-
man and Audrey Witten-
berg.

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- Before kindling the lights,
the following blessings are recited:

I. Boruch atoh Ado-noi Elo-heinu melech ho-olom asher

kidshonu b'mitzvosov v'tzivonu l'hadlik ner Chanukoh.

II. Boruch etch Ado-noi, Elo heinu, melech ho-olom sheoso
nissim laavoseinu bayomim hoheim bizman hazeh.

The following blessing is said only on the first evening
(or the first time one kindles the lights this Chanukah):

III.

Boruch atoh Ado-noi Elo-heinu melech ho-olom
shehecheyonu v'kiyimonu v'higiyonu lizman hazeh.

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