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March 07, 1986 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

66 Friday, March 7, 1986

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Frank Exhibit Re-Locates

The "Anne Frank in• the
World: 1929-1945" exhibit opens
March 14 at the University of
Michigan - Dearborn, Recreation
Organizations Building, 4901
Evergreen, through March 21.
The hours are Morday through
Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Satur-
day and Sunday, noon to 9 p.m.
There is no charge.
The exhibit includes more
than 800 historical photographs,
original manuscripts from Anne
Frank's notebooks, a model of
the Frank family's annex hiding
place and a video presentation
about the political life and social
climate during those years. •
Produced by the Anne Frank
Center in the Netherlands, the
exhibit was brought to Detroit
with the help of U.S. Sen. Carl
Levin and U.S. Rep. Sander Le-
vin. Marjorie Shuman Saulson
is the general chairman of the
exhibit committee.
Guided tours for groups of 20
or more are available. For in-
formation on scheduling a tour
call the exhibit office, 540-5937.
Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, coor-
dinator of the exhibit at U-M —
Dearborn, has planned a series
of programs in conjunction with
the exhibit. Panel discussions,
lectures and films, including
Sister Carol Rittner's Academy
award-nominated "Courage to
Care," are scheduled throughout

Dolly 10:00-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30
Sot. 10:00-5:00

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Yes, once again PESACH is just around the corner
and to help you prepare, THE B'NAI MOSHE CULTURAL
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Sunday, March 16

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• KASHERING AND COOKING (special Pesach cookbooks
will be available at a very nominal charge)
• CONDUCTING THE SEDER
• SONGS OF PESACH
• PESACH CRAFTS (this workshop will double as
an educational sitting service)
Refreshments will be served
Workshops are FREE OF CHARGE
You May R.S.V.P. By Calling,
MANDY GARVER at 545.7305
LES GOLDSTEIN at 355-1357
So whether PESACH is new and "LEAVEN" refers to a U.S. Senator, or
▪ whether it is already an annual event in your home come to B'NAI
MOSHE'S PESACH WORKSHOPS and learn new and traditional ways to
make this great festival a High Point In Your Family's Jewish Life.

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the week. For information on
these events, call the university
relations office, 593-6655.
At 2:30 p.m. March 16, there
will be a lecture by visiting
Prof. Frederic van Holthoon in
room 138, Classroom Adminis-
tration Building (CAB) at U-M
— Dearborn. At 3:15 p.m., there
will be a film, In Search of
Jewish Amsterdam in room 138.
Prof. Lawrence Langer of
Simmons College will speak • on
"The Problem of Ethical Deci-
sions in the Death Camps" at
10:30 a.m. March 17. in the
Gabriel Richard Center on cam-
pus. At 8 p.m. that day, a panel
discussion with Dutch survivors
and rescuers on "The Witnesses"
will be held in room 144 of the
CAB.
Sister Carol Rittner will
speak and show her film at 2:30
p.m. March 19 in room 138 of
the CAB. At 8 p.m. that day, a
round table discussion on "Ra-
cism, Circumstarices and Atti-
tudes Before Genocide" will be
conducted in the Gabriel
Richard Center. Panelists in-
clude Prof. Sidney Bolkosky,
Abdeen Jabaara, Prof. Dennis
Papazian and Prof. Ronald
Stackton.
• On March 21 at 7:30 p.m., a
Nazi propaganda film, Triumph
of the Will, will be shown in
room 138 in the CAB.

The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation at University of Michi-
gan will co-sponsor the seventh
annual conference on the
Holocaust, March 16-19.
The keynote address, "Can We
Believe in God After the
Holocaust?" will be delivered by
Prof. Steven Katz on March 16,
7 p.m., in the Rackham Amphi-
theater in Ann Arbor. Prof.
Lawrence Langer will speak on
"Ethical Choices Within the
Death Camps: Testimonies of
Holocaust Survivors," March 17,
7 p.m., at the Pendleton Room
in the Michigan Union.
A documentary film entitled
The Courage To Care will be
presented by Sister Carol Ritt-
ner on March 18, 7:30 p.m. in
' the Natural Science Building
Auditorium. Three Holocaust
survivors will speak on "Argu-
ing With God, Reflecting on
Good and Evil" March 19, 7:30
p.m., at Rackham Amphi-
theater. All programs are free
and open to the public.
Additional sponsors for these
events are: Canterbury Loft,
Campus Chapel, First Unitarian
Universalist Church of Ann Ar-
bor, American Baptist Campus
Foundation, U-M office of the
vice president for Academic Af-
fairs, CHAIM, Beth Israel Con-
gregation, U-M office of ethics
and religion, Lord of Light
Lutheran Church, Jewish Com-
munity Council of Washtenaw
County, Michigan Student As-
sembly, LSA-Student. Govern-
ment, Temple Beth Emeth,
office of the vice president for
student services, St. Mary's Stu-

dent Chapel, Program in Judaic
Studies, Studies in Religion,
Ann Arbor New Jewish Agenda
and the Alice Lloyd Pilot Pro-
gram.
For information, call the
Hillel House, 663-3336.

FOR MEN

Alpha Epsilon Pi
Names Detroiter

Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, a
national social fraternity with
over 50,000 members, will pre-
sent its highest award, The
Order of the Lion, to attorney
Edward D. Gold at a testimonial
dinner March 15 at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club.
Gold joined the fraternity in
1968 while a sutdent at Wayne
State Uniirersity. He has been
active in the organization for
nearly 28 years. During this
time he has served as a field
secretary, chapter adviser,
regional governor, member of
the national board and was the
national president of the frater-
nity from 1976-1977.
Since 1977 he has been a
member • of the fiscal control
board, which overseas the
fraternity's real estate and fi-
nancial affairs.
For dinner information, con-
tact Stephen Bernstein, 851-
8888.

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