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Hillel Slates Observance
WSU Focus: Holocaust Art
The community is invited to cele-
brate Israel Independence Day at a
festival 3:30-6:30 p.m. Monday,
April 26, at Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Games, arts and crafts and rides
are sold by punch card: 20 punches
for $10. Food and beverages are sold
by cash only at the Tel Aviv Cafe.
Judy Goldsmith and Candi
Sherman are co-chairs; Sheila Tyner
and Cindy Nagel are associate
chairs. For information, call Hillel's
Development Office, (248) 851-
The Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies at Wayne State University in
Detroit is presenting a free lecture and
slide presentation by Dora Apel, WSU
professor of art and art history.
The lecture, "Memory Effects: The
Holocaust and the Art of Secondary
Witnessing," will be at 3 p.m.
Thursday, April 15, 2339 WSU
Faculty-Administration Building, 656
Based on her
book of the same
title, Dr. Apel's talk
will analyze the ways
artists born after the
a history they did
Dr. Apel has been Apel
a full-time faculty
member at Wayne State since 1999.
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Couple Relive Journey
The Jewish Genealogical Society, the
Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan and Adat Shalom
Synagogue will host Gerald and
Barbara Cook as they relive their
Jewish heritage journey, "To The
Ukraine With Love," at 2 p.m.
Sunday, April 11, at Adat Shalom
The Cooks visited the shtetls of
Zhivotiv, Tetiev and Zashkiv. They
sought out the small Jewish popula-
tion and the remains of Jewish ceme-
teries and toured the old Jewish sec-
tions. Their presentation includes
many phOtographs that show the con-
trasts between the villages that remain
frozen in time and the very modern
city of Kiev.
Members of the sponsoring organi-
zations are free; the fee for guests is $5.
Support Israeli Films
During the Lenore Marwil Jewish
Film Festival, April 25-May 6, five
Israeli films will be shown.
Tickets may be ordered with the
form in the brochure published with
the March 26 Jewish News or by
calling the JET Theater box office,
The schedule is: Yellow Asphalt, 8
p.m. Tuesday, April 27; All I've Got
and Purity, 5 p.m. Wednesday, April
28; The Italians Are Coming, 5 p.m.
Sunday, May 2; James' Journey to
Jerusalem, 8 p.m. Sunday, May 2.
Zionism Roots Explored
The Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies will host a program with
Shlomo Avineri, Herbert Samuel pro-
fessor of political science at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Titled "The Origins of Zionism and
the Crisis of European Society: A
Commemoration of the Yahrzeit of
Theodor Herzl," the lecture will take
place 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 19, at
Congregation Beth Ahm.
Professor Avineri has held the posi-
tions of chair of the
department of politi-
cal science, director
of the Levi Eshkol
Institute for Social
and Political Studies,
dean of the Faculty
of Social Studies and
director of the
Institute of European Avineri
Studies at Hebrew
The free program will be followed
by refreshments and is co-sponsored
by Congregation Beth Ahm. For reser-
vations by Friday, April 16, call (313)