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December 26, 1986 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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LUBAVITCH CHANUKAH PROGRAM
LET THERE BE LIGHT

HOUGHTON

home during the three daytime
sessions. Maddin added that,
for workers reaching out to the
community, explaining the
needs and the many human
services funded by the Cam-
paign, an evening of musical
entertainment and refresh-
ments will be well deserved.
Super Sunday will begin at
9:30 a.m., with each shift run-
ning 2 hours and 45 minutes.
To volunteer, call Leonard
Milstone at the Jewish Welfare
Federation, 965-3939.

Two To Study.
Refugee Situation

DAVID HOLZEL

Staff Writer

A

n Ann Arbor syna-
gogue has decided to
investigate the flow of
Central American refugees
into the United States first
hand.
Eve Mokotoff and Janet
Landman of Temple Beth
Emeth will leave Sunday for
Harlington, Tex. on the Mexi-
can border for an eight-day
border witness program. The
two will join Jews from Madi-
son, Wis., Seattle, Wash., and
San Francisco, Calif. in visits
to a detention center, talks
with representatives of the
U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service and
meetings with lawyers, mem-
bers of the United Farmwor-
kers Union and asylum appli-
cants.
The issue of Central Ameri-
cans fleeing their homeland's
for political reasons is a press-
ing one for Americans living
along the U.S.' southern bor-
der, said Mokotoff. Refugees
from countries friendly to the
United States — like El Sal-
vador and Guateinala — are
systematically denied entry in
violation of U.S. laws, she
charged.
Mokotoff and Landman's
Texas visit is an attempt to
raise the consciousness of
Michiganians to the refugee
problem.
Why should a temple pick
this issue on which to expend
so much time and energy? Said
Mokotoff: "We see refugee is-
sues as very much a Jewish is-
sue. I don't think it could be
more obvious than that." For
the members of Temple Beth
Emeth, the Central American
'refugees are echoes of Jews
who fled Nazi Germany and
were denied a haven.
Following the border wit-
ness program, the congrega-
tion will decide on concrete
steps to take. One possibility,
Mokotoff said, is to give
asylum to a refugee family.
"The problem is we don't have
• any space in our synagogue to
house them," she explained.
The two plan to speak and
give slide presentations on the
witness program, she says.

for details call headquarters

Tuesday, 12/30

IONIA
Ionia Temporary Facility
Riverside Correctional Facility

"tight Student-Rabbis (paralleling the Eight Chanukah Lights) from the N.Y.
Lubavitch Rabbinic Academy, lead Chanukah celebrations throughout Michigan

LIGHTING OF MENORAH ON MITZVAH MOBILE

Hot latkes for all.
5:00 p.m.
Sunday, 12/28 - Farmer Jack - Old Orchard Mall
Monday, 12/29 - Farmer Jack - 10 Mile & Southfield
Tuesday, 12/30 - Farmer Jack - 11 Mile & Greenfield
Wednesday, 12/31 - Farmer Jack - 12 1/2 Mile & Southfield
Thursday, 1/1 - Farmer Jack - 10 Mile & Coolidge

MOVABLE MANNEQUINS LEADING SHABBOS TABLE:
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
12/18 to 12/20
Boardwalk Shopping Center
Orchard Mall Shopping Center
Monday, 12/29
Tuesday, 12/30
Farmer Jack - Old Orchard Mall
Wednesday, 12/31
Farmer Jack - 12 1/2 Mile, Southfield

CHILDREN SING
Wed., 12/17 Naamat Women (formerly Pioneer Women)
2:30 p.m. -
Friday, 12/26
Franklin Manor Convalescent Center
10:00 a.m. -
Prentis Manor
Sunday, 12/28
11:15 a.m. -
Mount Vernon Nursing Center
Sunday, 12/28
10:00 a.m. -
Lasher Hills Nursing Home
Monday, 12/29

3:00 p.m. -
Monday, 12/29
7:30 p.m. -
Monday, 12/29
6:00 p.m. -
Tuesday, 12/30
7:30 p.m. -
Tuesday, 12/30
3:00 p.m. -
Wed., 12/31
Thursday, 1/1

IRON MOUNTAIN
Monday, 12/29

Chanukah Party
Chanukah Party

for details call headquarters

....KALAMAZOO
Thurs. 1/1
Chanukah Party 2005 Academy, 6:00 p.m.

-

KINGSFORD

Monday, 12/29

for details call headquarters

LANSING
Wed., 12/29 Nursing home, for details call headquarters

MARQUETTE
Wed., 12/31
Air Force Base - K.I. Sawyer
For information call Andria Tate 346-9690
Wed., 12/31
Marquette Prison, 7:00 p.m.

SAULT STE. MARIE
Thursday, 1/1

TOLEDO, 01110

147 Bruce St., 6:00 p.m.

Darlington House, 10:30 a.m.

Tuesday, 12/30

TRAVERSE CITY

Sun.,.12/28 531 W. Seventh St. 6:00 p.m., Mr. & Mrs. Allen

ORDER OF KINDLING

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whim( t andle I.iyl uuul

l.2.N 3

Saturday, Dec. 27

Bedford Villa

t
is i,1 ited Blessings 1 & 2

Highland•Towers

Sunday, Dec. 28

AIR Nightfall Blessings I

Jewish Federation Apartments

2

Monday, Dec. 29
Attu Nightlall Blessings I & 2

McDonald Towers

Tuesday, Dec. 30



Anti Nightlall Blessings 1 t'N: 2

Borman Hall Jewish Home for the Aged
Fleicshman Senior Citizen

Wednesday, Dec. 31
Ant.' Nightlall Blessings I is 2

Thursday, Jan. I
Altk t Nightlall Blessings 16 2

ANN ARBOR

Shabbos Chanukah Celebration
Friday, 12/26

4:30 p.m.

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Family Chanukah Party Every day from 12/27 until 12/30

For more information call
Chabad House 769-3078

ESCANABA

For details call headquarters

Monday, 12/29

FLINT
Mid-Winter Day Camp
12/22 - 12/26
Senior Citizens Chanukah Party
For more information czttl
Chabad House 733-3779

GRAND RAPIDS
12/26 - 1/2 Largest Menorah in Michigan - Calder Plaza
Hot Latkes Served.
Chanukah Party at Chabad House
12/28 -
Mid Winter Day Camp
12/29 - 1/2 -
Chanukah Party
Kent County Jail -
For more information call
Chabad House 458-6575.

HANCOCK

for details call headquarters

Tuesday, 12/30

HOLLAND

Dunes Correction Facility

Chanukah Pa

For more information, call or. Write:

.

Lubavitch Foundation

28555 MIDDLEBELT ROAD, FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48018

(

313) 737-7000

Friday, Jan. 2
Boole Sliabbat Candle Lighting

Blessings I & 2

Before kindling the lights, recite these blessings:
1. Baruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me•lech Ho-olum
Be-mitz•vo-sov Ve-tzi-vo-nu
A-sher
Le-had-lik Ner Cha-nu-kah.

2. Baruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-
olom She-o-so Ni-sim La-avo-sei-nu Ba-yo-mim Ito-
heim Bi-z'man Ha-zeh.

3. Baruch A-toh Ado•noi
olom She•hehe-yo-nu
Liz-man Ilaz-zeh.

Me•lech Ho-
Ve-higi-o-nu

After kindling the lights the following is said:
We kindle these lights (to commemorate) the saving
acts, miracles and wonders which You have performed for
our forefathers, in those days at this time, through Your
holy Kohanim. Throughout the eight days of Chanukah,
these lights are sacred, and we are not permitted to make
use of them, but only to look at them, in order to offer
thanks and praise to Your great Name for Your miracles, for
Your wonders and for.Your salvations.
Please note: This ad contains sacred writings;
please do not deface or discard It.

SPONSORS:

Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Rabinowitz
in honor of the marriage of their children:
Rabbi & Mrs. Pinchos & Chani Scheiner
Ben Zion Ben Chaya Gitel
Mr. Saul Levin

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