Friday JanuaDi 18 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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U-M Hillel slates events
Now in Southfield
at 12 Mile, Franklin Plaza
Atrium of the Omni Office Centre
26899 Northwestern Highway
101 Cadillac Square
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January 15 - January 301
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Mon.-Fri. 10:00 — 6:00
Sat. 10:00 — 4:00
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The ultimate in
Randi D. Chaffkin
Southfield, MI 48076)
has gym night
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at Wayne State University
will sponsor a gym night at the
Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield 8 p.m. Saturday.
Basketball and racquetball
courts, the swimming pool and
track will be available to partici-
pate free of charge. For informa-
tion, call the WSU Hillel, 577-
Meanwhile, three WSU Hillel
members attended student con-
claves during the recent semester
Aryeh Posner and Yehuda
Najman traveled to the United
Jewish Appeal Campus Mission
in Israel as part of their prepara-
tion for leading the 1985 Allied
Jewish Campaign on the Wayne
State campus. Gabe Levi was a
delegate at the Hillel Eastern
Winter Institute at Yale Univer-
sity in New Haven, Conn.
The student trips were funded
in part by the WSU Hillel Found-
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The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Michigan
has planned a number of pro-
grams for the remainder of
January and the month of Feb-
ruary in addition to its ongoing
The U-M Hillel's Celebration of
Jewish Arts series will present
Fay Nicoll performing a potpourri
of English, Yiddish, Hebrew, Rus-
sian and Ladino songs 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Lydia Men-
delsshon Theater in the Michigan
League Building on the U-M
campus. There is a charge for this
The Hillel Graduate Student
Group will host a bagel brunch 11
a.m. Sunday and a wine and
cheese party 8 p.m. Feb. 2. Both
gatherings will be held at the
Hillel House, 1429 Hill Street,
Slacks and Skirts
Sweaters and Blouses
Lining — 49c extra
Angora, Mohair, Silk — 49c Extra
Fur Trim — 1.09 Extra
Lining — 1.09 Extra
13741 W. 11 Mile Rd. (1 Block West of Coolidge) Oak Park
Ann Arbor and both are open to
graduate students only.
David Harris, deputy director of
the International Relations De-
partment of the American Jewish
Committee, will lecture on "The
Condition of World Jewry: Jews in
Arab Countries" Tuesday at noon.
"The Nicaragua Triangle: Cen-
tral America, Israel and the
United States" will be the topic of
a panel discussion 7:30 p.m. Jan.
30 at Hillel and Prof. Leonard
Suransky will discuss "Nevei
Shalom: An Experiment in Arab-
Israeli Co-existence" 7:30 p.m.
The Hillel Winter Weekend Re-
treat has been scheduled for Jan.
25-27. Advance reservations are
required for the retreat and there.
is a fee that covers the cost of
transportation, accomodation and
A series of interfaith exchange
meetings will be conducted by
Hillel, Lord of Light and the
Campus Chapel organization in
January and February. Each
group will host one meeting.
Clinical psychologist Alice
Brunner will explore "Concep-
tions and Preconceptions About
Religion" in a lecture 8 p.m. Feb.
19 at Hillel House.
In another Celebration of
Jewish Arts presentation,
entertainer Mike Burstyn will
perform 8:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. Tic-
kets may be purchased in advance
from the Hillel Foundation.
For information on these and -
other Hillel events and programs,
call the U-M Hillel, 663-3336.
in death of
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two men are
being held as suspects in the
rape-murder of a woman solider,
Hadass Kedmi, who disappeared
while hitchhiking last Nov. 29 in
the Haifa area. Her remains were
discovered 12 days later in a
wooded area on Mt. Carmel.
The suspects were arrested sev-
eral days ago but the police with-
held the news until now. Their
identities have not been disclosed.
An autopsy indicated that
Kedmi, 20, was held captive and
repeatedly raped by more than
one man before she was mur-
The police are also continuing
their search for a male soldier re-
ported missing in the same area
two weeks before Kedmi disap-
peared. The soldier, David Manos,
was reportedly seen in bars in the
Tel Aviv area but police, following
that lead, found no clues.
They are now searching-orange
groves where a body could be con-
cealed, the inference being that
the police are fairly certain that
Manos was a victim of foul play.