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December 02, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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36 Frjday,. Dec mber ,2, 1981


T. 1

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Leonard Trunsky, back row, right, of Temple Is-
rael, addresses the Sunday school teachers and stu- _
dents of the Hope Lutheran Church of Rhodes, Mich.,
as part of the education program of the Jewish
Chautauqua Society. Pictured with Trunsky is Pastor
Alan Druckenmiller of the Lutheran church. The
society, which is celebrating its 90th anniversary,
communicates the facts about Jews and Judaism to
students - at more than 700 colleges, at Christian sum-
mer camps, on television and radio and in films. Loc-
ally, Rabbi Richard Hertz is teaching on behalf of the
society at the University of Detroit, Rabbi Harold
Loss at Oakland University and Rabbi Lane Steinger
at Schoolcraft College. Minsky speaks to Christian
groups on Friday nights at Temple Israel.

The Candles Speak




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It's Hanuka again
The candles burn bright,
Their glitter and their sparkle
Fill me with delight.
Here-stands the Shammash,
He's in charge you know,
He lights all the other candles,
Each one in a row.
Candle Number One
Seems to sputter and say,
Hanuka, yes Hanuka,
Is a happy holiday.
Candle Number Two
Recalls the Jubilation
When Israel was free,
And become a nation.
Says the Third little candle
Full of sparkling splendor
A great service indeed
Did the Maccabees render.
They brought home the lesson,
Says Candle Number Four,
To love freedom and liberty
And tyranny to abhor.
Hannah and her sons
Mention Candle Number Five
Kept the torch of Judaism
Flaming and alive.
The name Hanuka
Means re-dedication,
Speaks forth Candle Number Six,
Filled with elation.
And it's high time
Says Candle Number Seven,
To rebuild our nation
With the help of Heaben.
Let's tell the world
Cries Candle Number Eight
The state of Israel
Is a modern state.
The Jews. of today
Like the Maccabees of old
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