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March 06, 1981 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, March 6, 1981

Seniors to Have a Purim Party

FRANK PAUL

The Hannah Schloss Old-
timers will hold a Purim
party 1 p.m. March 15 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
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"Bnai Brith Hillel Found- Israeli conflict 8 p.m. classics on the Highland
ation at the University of Tuesday and 1 p.m. bagpipe. The community
Michigan will hear Prof. March 15. Both sessions is invited. Prizes will be
Menahem Rosner of the will be in the under- awarded for the best and
Center for Research on the graduate library multi- worst costumes.
Open rehearsal for any-
Kibutz and the Cooperative purpose room. USI will
Idea at Haifa University have a special costume one who wants to join The
8:30 p.m. today. His topic Purim celebration 9 p.m. Purim Players and sing in
will be "The Kibutz and the March 21 in the Kunzel the Purim musical is
Second Generation: Does It Room of the Michigan scheduled for 8 p.m. March
18. All are welcome.
Union.
Still Work?"
Meekreh ("Jewish Hap-
On March 22, Cong. Beth
There will be a melave
malka in the Hillel library penings on the Hill") will Shalom will hold a reunion
sponsored by Aish on sponsor a home-made dinner at 5 p.m. Adat
Saturday. Rabbi Shmuel Shabat dinner in Markley Shalom Synagogue will
Irons will speak on "The dormitory 5:30 p.m. today. hold a reunion brunch 10
Beth Din (Jewish Court) in A Meekreh movie party will a.m. March 29 and Cong.
Jewish History." On Sun- feature "Start the Revolu- Bnai Moshe's college re'
day, students can meet and tion Without Me" at 8 p.m. nion dinner will be 5:30 p.
hear Amalia Kahana- March 14 in the Markley March 29.
Carmon, an Israeli novelist, Concourse Lounge. There
Regular Sunday activi-
at the monthly lox and will be a Meekreh felafel ties continue throughout
bagel brunch at 11 a.m. Ms. study break in Mo-Jo's Jor- the month of March, with
Carmon will speak on "Re- dan Lounge March 26 at Israeli folk dancing 1 p.m., a
flections on Israeli Writing 10:30 p.m.
p.m., and
kosher deli at 6 p.m.
The Young Jewish Pro- the Hillel Hebrew
from a Woman Writer's
fessionals will have a plan-
Point of View."
at 8 p.m. March 8, 15,
The annual Brunhild ning brunch noon Sunday at 22 and 29.
Kapustin Memorial Lecture 1859 Shirley Lane B-5,
The Aliya Desk will be
will be given this year by 662-1021, and an evening of open 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
musical
entertainment
9
Prof. Paul Mendes-Flohr at
Thursday. Call 663-3336
8 p.m. Wednesday. Prof. p.m. March 21 at 300 Pine for appointment. AZYF
Ridge,
662-5458.
Mendes-Flohr is Leeds Lec-
office hours are from
The Jewish Grad Stu-
turer in Comparative Reli-
noon to 2 p.m. and the
gion and Modern Jewish dents will see "Mummen- Kibutz Desk from 3 to 5
shanz"
on
Sunday.
Thought and director of the
p.m. every Thursday.
The Megilla will be
Bergman Center for
Hillel offers Reform, Con-
Philosophic Studies at the read at Hillel at 7:15 p.m.
servative and Orthodox
March
19,
followed
by
a
Hebrew University in
services every Friday night,
Jerusalem. His topic will be Purim party featuring
as well as a Friday, night
"Martin Buber and s the Moshe Shur of The Dias-
pora Yeshiva Band, a dinner (reservations by Fri-
Arab Question."
On March 25, two lec- Purim musical farce day noon). Traditional serv-
ices Shabat morning are at
tures are on the Hillel featuring The Purim 9:30 a.m., and there will be
calendar. Prof. Aryeh Players and the Hillel
Hebrew Musicians, and a Purim service at 7 a.m.
Motzkin of Harvard Uni
versity will speak on traditional Purim food March 20.
For information, about
"Maimonides - and and drinks. Michael
Spinoza on Good and Brooks, director of the any Hillel activities, call
Evil" at 4 p.m. in the east Hillel Foundation, will the Hillel Foundation at
conference room of the play Purim-cantorial U-M, 663-3336.
Rackham Biilding. At 8
p.m., Nodar
Djindjihashvili, a Rus-
Julius Chajes has been 30 years.
sian Jew, will show the
He also is the conductor of
film The Last Journey" appointed a guest faculty
and speak on "New Op- member of the Bay View the Center Symphony Or-
tions for Jewish Life . in Music Conservatory for chestra and the composer of
the USSR" in Auditorium summer 1981. numerous musical works.
D of Angell Hall.
On March 29, Prof.
Shalom Paul of the Hebrew
University will speak on
"Jerusalem, the City of
BLOCH - ROSE AUX-
Gold: A Detective Story."
ILIARY will hold a general
Prof. Paul's appearance at
membership meeting 8 p.m.
Hillel is being made possi-
Tuesday at the Jewish War
ble by Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Veterans Memorial Home.
"Jewish Education Hor-
Service dates, nominations
ror Stories: A
for
officers and a social hour
Consciousness-Lowering
are on the evening's agenda.
Exercise" is the theme of the
For details, call the JWV
post-Purim oneg Shabat 9
office, 559-5680; or
p.m. March 20. Refresh-
President Anita Moss,
ments will be served.
398-3056.
The University of Michi-
* * *
JULIUS CHAJES
gan Hillel Foundation will
CHARLES SHAPIRO
Chajes has been a
host its annual AZYF
will have a
scholar-in-residence Mon- member of the part-time POST
day through March 16. This performance faculty of the breakfast-business meeting
year's scholar-in-residence music department at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Jewish
is Israeli journalist Ze'ev Wayne State University for War Veterans Memorial
Home. Nominations for o r
Schiff, the military editor of
cers will be taken.
Haaretz and an authority Astrology Topic
on the situation in the Mid-
of Library Event
dle East. Schiff will speak 8
The young adult depart- JWV Blood Drive
p.m. Thursday to the Union
The Department of
of Students for Israel in the ment 'of the Farmington
undergraduate library Hills Branch Library will Michigan, Jewish War Vet-
multi-purpose room. He will present a program on "As- erans, will sponsor a blood
also lead an informal dis- trology — The Cosmic Sci- drive 4-10 p.m. Tuesday at
cussion at an oneg Shabat at ence" 7 p.m. March 17 at the the Jewish War Veterans
Hillel at 8:30 p.m. March library, 32737 W. 12 Mile, Memorial Home. Refresh-
ments will be available.
Farmington Hills.
13.
For details, call Laureen
The Union of Students
The gems of heaven gild
for Israel will sponsor a Bowman at the library,
night's sable throne.
.conference on the Arab- 553-0300.

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