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March 20, 1987 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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ON CAMPUS

Najman To Appear
In Lorea Drama

March 23
through March 28 at

Jules R. Schubot Jewellers

Everything in our showcases will be
sold at exceptional values. We invite
you to join us for this special one week
event.

Store Hours: Monday-Saturday; 9:OOam-5:OOpm
Closed Sunday

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JULES R. SCHUBOT

jewellers — gemologists

3001 Big Beaver West • Suite 112
Troy, Michigan 48084 • (313) 649-1122

at the U-M Business School.
Prof. James E. Young will
speak on "The Texture of
Memory: Holocaust Memo-
rials and Meaning in Europe,
Israel and America" at 7:30
p.m. Monday at Hillel au-
ditorium.
Sculptor Henry Friedman
will present "Art of the
Holocaust" on Tuesday and a
memorial service for
Holocaust victims will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Hillel Auditorium, fol-
lowed by a special showing of
the film, Kaddish.

Hosts Sought
For Passover

Dina Najman

of the Detroit-area Jewish Community!

Dina Najman of Southfield,
will appear in the Stern Col-
lege for Women's Dramatic
Society Production of The
House of Bernada Alba, by
Garcia Lorca. The one-week
run will begin Thursday.
Najman, 18, is a sophomore
majoring in accounting at the
college, Yeshiva University's
undergraduate division of
liberal arts and sciences for
women.
She is the daughter of Can-
tor Chaim and Sherrell Naj-
man of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

OCC Sponsors
Field Study Trips

Students participating in
Oakland Community Col-
lege's geology field study pro-
grams will be heading for
Hawaii and the Grand Can-
yon this spring and summer.
Students who sign up • for
"Geological Field Study in
Hawaii" (GSC 240.4) will
head for the island of Hawaii
April 26.
"The Grand Canyon Raft
Trip" (GSC 240.4) will be
held from June 23 to July 3.
A former national park
ranger and geologist will lead
the expedition.
For information, contact
field trip instructor Dr.
Michael Marlow, 435-5526
(day) or, 781-2542 (evening).

will be honored at the Jewish National Fund Testimonial Dinner
on Wednesday, June 24, 1987, at Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
27375 Bell Road, Southfield, Michigan.

For Information and Reservations, Phone 557 - 6644

or write to

18877 W. Ten Mile Road / Suite 104 / Southfield, Michigan 48075

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Friday, March 20, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Conference Opens
On Holocaust

"Realms of Remembrance"
is the theme of the eighth
annual conference on the
Holocaust slated Sunday
through Wednesday at the
University of Michigan. All
events are free and open to
the public.
Nazi
hunter
Beate
Klarsfeld will speak at 7 p.m.
Sunday at Hale Auditorium





The B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations of Metropolitan
Detroit are looking for people
to host out of town graduate
or undergraduate students for
Passover. Homes from all
branches of Judaism are
needed. If you would like to
open your home or know of
any student that would like a
place to go, call Carol Kac-
zander, 577-3459.

Lodge Offers
College Grants

Oakland Century Lodge of
B'nai B'rith is taking applica-
tions for the 1987 fall college
tuition grant.
To apply for the $500
grant, a student must be
Jewish, attend a college or
university, must be at
sophomore level or above,
must have superior schol-
arship, must demonstrate a
need for financial assistance,
must show leadership qual-
ities, and his/her campus par-
ticipation and community ac-
tivities must show roots in
metropolitan Detroit.
Application deadline is
April 17. Send applications
to: Sol E. Goldberg, chair-
man, scholarship committee,
717 Travelers Tower, 26555
Evergreen, Southfield, 48076.

Holocaust Topic
At Oakland U.

The Student Life Lecture
Board and the Student Pro-
gram Board will present a
program entitled, "Hitlerisin
and the Holocaust," at Oak-
land University on April 1 at
2:30 p.m. in the Oakland
Center Crockery. Tickets are
on sale at the CIPO Service
Window in the lower level of
the Oakland Center. Tickets
will be available at the door.
Speakers are Helen
Waterford, one of the few
survivors of the Auschwitz
extermination camp, and Al-
fons Heck, leader of the Nazi
youth.
For information, please call
.CIPO, 370-2020.

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