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January 07, 1983 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Oneg Shabat Kicks Off Events
at Hillel Foundation at U-M

3nai Brith Activitie

- Friday, January 1, 1983 '- 47

Mack Pitt

and his

Orchestra
MORGENTHAU
sipove, Sam Fields, Mike
month. The_Elderly Out-
plus
CHAPTER
will
have
a
Berkowitz,
Mary
Litt,
reach Program also con-
luncheon-meeting
noon
Harold Zuker, Mary Spin-
Disco
tinues to assist Jewish
Music just for you!
senior citizens in the Ann Wednesday at the Knob-in- ner. Les Kay, George
Arbor/Ypsilanti areas. the-Woods Apts. club house. Water, Nate Finegold and
358-3642
Students receive U-M President Friedel Davis Ted Frazis.
and
Program
Chairman
course credit for partici-
pation in these programs. Hattie Schwartz announce
Interested' students are that Elinor Auld will render
asked to contact the a slide presentation about.
her recent archeological
Hillel office, 663-3336.
continues its showing of
Beit Midrash courses will tour to Israel. There is a
begin Jan. 17. Registration nominal charge for mem-
will be held Monday bers and guests. For reser-
through Jan. 14. The follow- . vations, call Norma Gorosh,
ing courses will be offered: 352-6878; or Betty Jane
Hebrew (three levels); be- Fisher, 559-9185.
* * *
ginning readings from the
HENRY MORGEN-
Siddur; basic Judaism; how
to read a Jewish book; Tal- THAU-L'CHAYIM
mud; Jesus for Jews (a LODGE elected Henry
course about the critical dif- Cohen its 35th president.
ferences between Judaism Other officers are: Joel
and Christianity); Jews and Marwil, Tom Names and
Kettler,
vice
the Left: Dialogue and. Con- Steve
flict; selected themes in presidents; Art Goldberg,
Zionist theory; and a treasurer; Lorraine Cohn,
Bob Schneider and Phil
PassOver Seder workshop.
Rabbi 'Rod GlogoWer, Rothschild, secretaries; and
associate director of the Ernie Needle, chaplain.
' t YOU. TA
1../rIaLaay
Hillel Foundation, will offer
Trustees are: Abe Burns-
a new course "Introduction
Nate Blum, Morrey
graphics and paintings
to Jewish Law" in the uni- Ross, Phil Needle, Mary
SWEATSUITS
versity's Judaic studies de- 2 Posner-, Ben Moss, Ron Os-
_ CUSTOMIZED
851-9448 - appointment
TELEPRAPH
partment. This three-credit
Renee' • 25243
iEl EX PLAZA
Thirty
Jewish
senators
course will meet on Tuesday
Benovic 357 -1723
and information
service Italy before 1914.
and Thursday mornings.
The Kosher Co-op is open
on Mondays and Thursdays
for home-cooked kosher
meals.
New intramural sports
teams will organize at
Hillel during January.
ON THE BOARDWALK
Study space is available
in the Hillel building Sun-
Orchard Lake Rd. Just South of Maple
855-6551
days through Thursdays
IS NOW FEATURING '
until 1 a.m., with coffee and
tea available at a - nominal
charge.
Hillel's Hill Street
Cinema -will present the fol-
lowing movies in January:
National Award-Winning Hair Stylist
Saturday, "The Odessa
• Hair Cuts
• Facials
File";
Sunday, "Bedtime for
• Massages
• Manicures
Bonzo"; Wednesday, "The
• Pedicures
• FREE Shoe Shines
Caine Mutiny"; Jan. 15,
SALON OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
"Midnight Express"; Jan.
- -
r am am as ow as No No
ima
we ow am
No Ns al am q 16, "Cast a Giant Shadow";
I Jan. 19, "The Bridge Over
▪ the River Kwai"; Jan. 22,
9 Mile & Coolidge
• t, "Brian' s Song"; Jan. 23,
15 Mile & Orchard Lake Rd.
I "The Burmese Harp"; Jan.
I 26, "The Pawn Broker"; and
I Jan. 30, "Gentleman's
Sorry, no charges — all sales final
I Agreement."
1
Tickets are still available
I for the second concert in
I Hillel's Celebration of
Reason #1 - I don't want. to look made up
and
• Jewish Arts entertainment
Reason #2 - I don't know how
▪ series. -Israeli singer Geula
Reason #3 - I haven't been to Marlene's Faces
• Gill will perform 8 p.m. Jan.
1 29 at the Michigan Theater,
1 To purchase tickets, call
1 Cultural Arts Director Judy
Barlas at the Hillel office,
I 663-3336.
on Madeleine Mono Cosmetics
For information on
Shabat service times for Re-
form, Conservative and Or-
thodox services, contact the
Hillel office. Shabat dinners
are now prepared by Hillel's
new professional chef Jamie
Dansicker. Dinners are
available each Friday eve-
Old Orchard
ning at a charge. Reserva-
cosmetics & fragrances
tions should be made by
2 DAYS SUN. & MON., JAN. 9 & 10, 10-5
6615 Orchard Lake Road
noon Thursday.
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48033
The Orchard Mall
Hillel will send its
851-0480
monthly calendar of events
6335 Orchard Lk. Rd.
All
Orchard Lake Road
iiVest Bloomfield
free of charge to anyone in-
Sales
Final
Clip and Bring in this coupon
at 15 Mile Road
terested. To receive the
Open Mon.-Sat. 1.0 a.m.-5p.m.
-
Expires 2/3/83
mailings or for information,
855-4717
call Hillel, 663-3336.

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at the Univer-
sity of Michigan will host an
oneg Shabat on the topic
"The Diaspora: Jews in
Shanghai?" with guest
speaker Mark Wilkinson,
co-ordinator of the Project
for East-Asian Studies in
Education, at 7:30 p.m. to-
day.
A graduate student party
will be held 9 p.m. Saturday
at 1108 Maiden Lane Ct.,
Apt. 108. On Jan. 16, Prof.
Edith Gomberg of the U-M
School of Social Work will
speak at a bagel and lox
brunch on "Women and
Drinking" at 11 a.m. There
is a charge.
Chug Aliya will meet for
dinner 5 p.m. Jan. 16. and
23. Following dinner on
Jan. 23, School of Social
Work Prof. Armand Lauf-
fer, chairman of the U-M
Hillel board, will present a

MONOGRAMMING

slide presentation on
"Communities in
Jerusalem."
The Union of Students
for Israel will continue to
distribute literature at an
information table in the
campus Fishbowl and
will resume Israel study
group sessions Jan. 18.
AZYF and kibutz infor-
mation representatives
hold office hours at Hillel
once-a week.
Members of the Hillel
governing board and the
student United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign will partici-
pate in Super Sunday on
Jan. 23. Organizational
meetings for the campus -
WA campaign will be held
in all major dormitories
during January.
The Progressive Zionist
Organization will sponsor a
lecture by Ricardo Truinper
on "A Labor Zionist View of
Israel" 8 p.m. Jan. 13 in
Room 126 of East Quad. -
- The Dorm Outreach
Program continues its
series of programs and
activities of interest to
Jewish students in all
campus dorms this

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