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March 02, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, March 2, 1984

e ..7folocausi liremariat Center

is Pleased to Present

Jews in 6Ermang.
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A Major Pictorial Exhibit of Jewish life
in Germany from the time of the Crusades
through the Second World War.

March 4-28, 1984

at the

Jewish Community Center

West Maple Road

Schedule of Events

SUNDAY, MARCH 4

10:00 A.M. to
5:00 P.M.

2:00 P.M

"Our Time in the Garden" - a 15 minute film about a girl growing up
in Berlin. Shown on the hour.

DR. FRED GRUBEL, Executive Secretary of The Leo Baeck Institute, will speak on
"Jewish Life in Germany . Treasures of The Leo Baeck Institute" - a slide
presentation.

.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6

1:00 P.M.

"Jakob the Liar" a 1976 Award Nominee for Best Foreign Film. $2.00
$1.50 Seniors and Students
Adults

8:00

"Jakob the Liar". DR. SID BOLKOSKY will lead a discussion following the film.
S1.50 Seniors and Students
S2.00 Adults

8:00 PiM.

DR. SYBIL MILTON, Chief Archivist of The Leo Baeck Institute, will speak on "Art of
the Holocaust" - a slide presentation.

1:30 P.M.
and
7:00 P.M.

"David" winner of 1979 Berlin Film Festival, deals with life in
Berlin from a child's perspective.
S1.50 Seniors and Students
S2.00 Adults

THURSDAY, MARCH 8

SUNDAY, MARCH 11

MONDAY, MARCH 12

DR. SID BOLKOSKY, Professor of History - University of Michigan, will speak on "The
Distorted Image - Jews in the Weimar Republic." Luncheon in the Library.
Luncheon reservations required, 661-1000 ext. 250.

12:30 P.M.

THURSDAY, MARCH 15

8:15 P.M

PHIL MARCUS ESSER in 6Special Musical Presentation, "Kurt Weill Review." DR.
GUY STERN, Distinguished Professor of Romance and Germanic Language and
Literature will reminisce about Lotte Lenya - wife of Kurt Weill. S5.00

.



8:00 P.M

.

MONDAY, MARCH 19

RABBI GUNTHER PLAUT, Rabbi Emeritus, Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto will speak
'on "Religious Changes in 19th Century Germany."

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21

8:00 P.M.

DR. ABRAHAM LIBOFF - Chairman of the Physics Department at Oakland
Between the
University, will speak on "Science vs. Government in Germany


Wars."

8:00 P.M.

REV. ERIC GRITSCH - Director of the Institute for Lutheran Studies Gettysburg, PA
will speak on "Luther and The Jews." Comments: REV. JAMES LYONS

THURSDAY, MARCH 22 .

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3:30 P.M.

SUNDAY, MARCH 25

DR. JASON TICKTON, Professor of Music at Wayne State University and Music
Director of Temple Beth El, will speak on "German-Jewish Music." HELEN ROWIN
and ANNETTE CHAJES - soloists.

MONDAY, MARCH 26 ,

8:00 P.M:

Panel Discussion "Recollections of German Jewry in the 30's", ED SHIFRIN
-Moderator, RABBI ERNST CONRAD, DR. ERNEST GANS, MRS. ERNA HERZ, ALEX

ROBERG.

TUESDAY, MARCH 27

8:00 P.M.

DR. YEHUDA REINHARZ, Professor of Jewish Studies - Brandeis University, will speak
on the "History and Background of German Jewry."

sponsored by the

...71o/ocausf Aremoriczi Center

In Cooperation With

• Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
• Dr. Josef Deutz, Consul General,
Federal Republic of Germany
The
Leo Baeck Institute, New York

Foreign
Ministry, Federal Republic of Germany

Lufthansa
German Airlines


All programs will be held at the Jewish Community Center and are free to the
Public unless otherwise indicated

`Jews of Germany'
Opening on Sunday

(Continued from Page 1)
will be shown. The film was
a 1976 nominee for best
foreign film. There is a
charge, and following the 8
.p.m. showing Dr. Sid Bol-
kosky of the University of
Michigan-Dearborn will
lead a discussion.
At 8 p.m. Thursday, Dr.
Sybil Milton, chief ar-

Passover Guide
Now Available

NEW YORK — The
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America
has published its annual
kosher directory for
Passover.
The 1984 edition of the di-
rectory lists more than
1,000 different consumer
and industrial products
bearing the organization's
kashrut certification for
Passover. The booklet also
includes a guide to Pesach
practices and observances
and a section on preparing
the home for the holiday.
To obtain a copy of the di-
rectory, send a self-
addressed, business size
envelope stamped with 60
cents postage to Orthodox
Union Passover Directory,
45 W. 36th St., New York,
N.Y. 10018.

NC OW Cited
by Govt. Agency

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women (NCJW) has re-
ceived an award from the
Department of Health and
Human Services for "its
outstanding public service
in advocating for children
and in promoting volun-
teerism through the Court
Appointed Special Advocate
Program."
NCJW President Barbara
A. Mandel accepted the
award on behalf of the
organization during the
opening dinner of the organ-
ization Joint Program Insti-
tute earlier this year in
Washington.

chivist of the Leo Baeck
Institute, will present
slides and discuss "Art of
the Holocaust."
Unless indicated, the ex-
hibition and associated
events are free and open to
the public. For information,
call the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center, 661-0840.

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Prof Elaborates
on Terrorism

JERUSALEM — Democ-
racies may have to "pay a
small price in liberal val-
ues" in order to stem the
tide of terrorism, according
to Hebrew University Prof.
Yehezkel Dror.
Prof. Dror, the univet-,
sity's Wolfson Professor of
Public Administration, is-
sued this statement at an
inter-university conference
on terrorism last month at
the school's Mount Scopus
campus in Jerusalem.

Piotrkov Group

NEW YORK — An asso-
ciation of Holocaust sur-
vivors from Piotrkov, Po-
land has begun a new
organization for children of
the survivors.
The organization's ad-
dress is Piotrkov Associa-
tion Second Generation, do
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