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December 05, 1980 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-05

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Lubavitchers Spread the Spirit of Hanuka
Through Community, at Chabad Houses

The Chabad-Lubavitch
Bais Chabad of Far- final charge.
organiztion in Michigan has mington Hills and West
The Chabad House on the
made available its schedule Bloomfield, under director University of Michigan
of Hanuka celebrations.
Rabbi Elimelech Silber- campus will sponsor a
/berg, will hold a "Great Hanuka celebration 2 p.m.
Hanuka Rally" 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Chabad
Sunday at the main Jewish House, 715 Hill.
Community Center. There
Rabbi Aharon Goldstein,
will be entertainment from
the Ringling Bros. Circus, a Chabad House director, will
live band, refreshments, conduct a menora lighting
MIG
prizes and the lighting of ceremony, and the after-
the largest menora in the noon will include a live
OF HARVARD ROW
Midwest. Admission is free. band, a movie on Israel, re-
Designers of Fine Furs
The Chabad. House of freshments, prizes for chil-
Complete Fur Service
Royal Oak-Troy will host a dren and a video synopsis of
Hanuka party at the the Yud Tes Kislev Far-
11 MILE & LAHSER
Chabad House, 1905 W. 14 brengen in New York.
Phone: 358-0850
At 8 p.m., all students at
Mile, Royal Oak, 8 p.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Yosef the University of Michigan
Yitzchok Keselman will are invited to the Chabad
lead a menora lighting House to celebrate Hanuka.
ceremony and there will be Everyone is welcome at no
THE DETROIT AREA'S
latkes, entertainment and a charge.
The Lubavitch heder
film. Admission is free, and
NEWEST GROUP
is rewarding several of its
everyone is welcome.
FOR YOU (All Ages)
Rabbi Nachman Simon 13-year-old students with
of Southfield will con- a Hanuka trip to the
duct a Hanuka party in Rebbe shlita, in New
the main dining room of York. This reward is for
the McDonnell Towers, their learning 20 pages of
24400 Civic Center Drive Gemara by heart, includ-
HAS WHAT YOU WANT!
in Southfield, 7 p.m. Sun- ing commentaries of both
• PARTIES • DANCES
day. There will be a men- Rashi and Tosfat.
• PERSONALIZED INTRODUCTIONS
During Hanuka, many of
ora
lighting ceremony,
• ETC.
the Lubavitcher rabbis will
entertainment
and
CALL FOR MORE INFO
latkes. Everyone is wel- visit Jewish patients in area
552.0323
come and there is a nom- hospitals and the Jewish
inmates in prison.
The Lubavitch women
Y • will visit nursing homes.
The heder children will
• perform
and gifts will be

N • distributed.

• Rabbi Yosaif Weingar-
THE ONE AND ONLY

• ten, director of the Chabad

• House of Western Michigan

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Moshe Sand Yitzchok
Chencinski have estab-
lished a free loan society for
any needy scholars,
teachers and rabbis associ-
ated with the religious
schools in the Detroit
Jewish community.
The Avrohom Yehuda
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who died while visiting Is-
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The fund will lend up to
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Larger sums may be avail-
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For information about the
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10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday
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the synagogue.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Rose Ber-
kowitz, 427-1789; or Bea
Breshgold, 476-4690:

He who establishes his
argument by noise and
command shows that his
reason is weak.
—Montaigne

there will be a Hanuka
parade of the nursery chil-
dren 11 a.m. Monday. Re-
freshments will be served.
Hanuka festivities will be
ongoing at the Chabad
House throughout the holi-
day.

The boys and girls of the
Lubavitcher heder will hold
a Hanuka rally on Sunday
evening at the Mishkan
Israel-Lubavitcher Center
in Oak Park.
The children, all 10 years
of age and students in Rabbi
Shimon Druk's class, are
planning the entire pro-
gram which will be in con-
junction with a project pro-
posed by the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Shlita, Rabbi
Menahem M. Schneerson,
called "Recruitment for the
Army of Hashem."
The Rebbe has called
upon all children to enlist in
this army by studying pas-
sages of the Torah, learning
them by heart and teaching
them to others.
The children in charge of
this Hanuka rally are
Moshe Shemtov, Levi Ka-
gan, Yitschak Bergstein
and Schneur Polter.
The evening will include
movies, clowns, songs,
prizes and refreshments.
The children have asked
Rabbi Sholom Ber Stock, di-
rector of Camp Gan Israel,
to be the guest speaker.
There is no charge.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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geometry, problem-solving
and deductive reasoning.
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