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March 15, 1991 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-15

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I ON CAMPUS I

THE MATZAH FACTORY

IS COMING

MARCH 17-MARCH 24, 1991

MONDAY THURSDAY

10:00-12:00 noon and 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Sundays

10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Please call Faith Tam for reservations
661-1000, ext. 269

co-sponsored by )
J.C.C. Family Service Dept.
and
Bais Chabad W. Bloomfield
& Farmington Hills

Families.

7• closed Fridays

Religious
Schools
Welcome

and Saturdays
$1.50 per participant
accompanying adults
no charge

J.C.C.
Maple-Drake

The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

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Certified

MOHELim of Detroit

Tradition! Tradition!

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• Tallises • Mezuzot
• Cholla Covers
• Kiddush Cups
• And A Great Deal
More

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358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666
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855-0628

The Source For

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AMERICAN
SOCIETY
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U-M Hillel Foundation
Sets Weekly Schedule

The University of Michigan
Hillel will sponsor the follow-
ing events:
The film Now After All
These Years will be shown at
7:30 p.m. March 18. This
documentary tells the story of
Rhina, a small German
village, which for centuries
was known as "the Jewish
town" because more than 60
percent of its population was
Jewish. When the Nazis took
power, the entire Jewish com-
munity vanished, most of
them into the concentration
camps of Auschwitz and
Dachau. The film will be

Meetings of
organizations,
films and a
Holocaust
observance are
planned.

followed by a panel discus-
sion. There is a charge. This
event is also sponsored by Hill
Street Cinema.
Professor James Jones from
Central Michigan University
will discuss "The Pink
Triangle: Gays under Ger-
man Fascism" noon March 19
at Hillel. There will be an in-
formal discussion on the gay
man's experience under Ger-
man fascism.
An Evening with Survivors
will take place 7:30 p.m.
March 19 at Hillel.
A Memorial of Names will
take place 1 p.m. March 20 to
1 p.m. March 21 on the Diag
at the University of
Michigan. During these 24
hours, readers from the Ann
Arbor and University com-
munities will take turns
reading names of those who
perished in the Holocaust.

Michael Bernstein Memo-
rial Lecture — "A Reckoning
of the Soul: Catholic-Jewish
Relations in Contemporary
Poland" will be 7 p.m. March
20 at Hillel. Reverend
Stanislaw Musical of Cracow,
Poland, and Rabbi Leon
Klenicki of the Anti-
Defamation League, will con-
duct a dialogue on current
events of Eastern Europe and
their effect on Catholic-Polish
relations. A Commemorative
Service in memory of those
who perished and in honor of
those who survived will
precede the dialogue.
An information day on
Hebrew University will be 10
a.m.-4:30 p.m. March 20. If
you are interested in atten-
ding Hebrew University in

Jerusalem next year, take
this opportunity to meet with
Zoe Olefsky, Midwest
representative for the univer-
sity. Call 769-0500 to make
an appointment.
A Night at the Nectarine
will begin 9 p.m. March 21 in
the Nectarine Ballroom on
Liberty St. The price is the
cover charge.
Tagar will hold its weekly
meeting 8 p.m. March 21 at
Hillel.
There will be a Havdalah
service 7:30 p.m. March 23 at
Hillel. The Reform Havura
will host this service, follow-
ed by a song session.
The Celebration of Jewish
Arts will present storyteller,
Syd Lieberman 2 p.m. March
24 at Hillel. Syd Lieberman
has appeared on television, at
major storytelling festivals
across the country, and on Na-
tional Public Radio.
For information, call
769-0500.

Machon L'Torah
Sets Programs

Machon Mbrah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, in conjunction
with the Orthodox Minyan of
Hillel, will present an educa-
tional afternoon with Rabbi
Nathan Lopes Cardozo of
Tanenbaum College/Ohr So-
mayach, Jerusalem, Israel, 3
p.m. March 17 at Hillel Stu-
dent Center, 1429 Hill St.,
Ann Arbor.
The program, entitled "For
God's Sake Whose Land Are
We Occupying Anyway?"
deals with fascinating in-
sights into historical and cur-
rent events in Israel and the
Middle East. A panel discus-
sion with Rabbi Abraham
Jacobovitz and Rabbi Cardozo
will follow.
Rabbi Cardozo will speak
March 17 at Machon Inbrah's
"Uniquely Ours" women's
program and at a community-
wide gathering at the
Machon Learning Center,
15221 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak
Park.
For information, call
Machon Mbrah, 967-0888; or
for Ann Arbor, 995-0830.

OCC Students
Bagel Breakfast

The Jewish Students'
Association of Oakland Com-
munity College-Orchard
Ridge campus will have a
bagel breakfast for all facul-
ty and students 8:30-10 a.m.
March 19 in room J303.
There is no fee.

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