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November 25, 1994 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-25

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Machon Events
On Calendar

Beth Yehudah
Plans Carnival

Machon L'Torah will hold an ed-
ucational lunchtime conference
at Cigna Financial Services Nov.
29 at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Avraham
Jacobovitz will lead a discussion
on "Smoking: Civil Rights vs.
Love Your Neighbor." The pro-
gram will be hosted by Mr. Stu-
art Selis and will include a deli
lunch. There is a charge. For in-
formation and reservations, call
Machon, (810) 967-0888.
A special lecture will be given
by Rabbi Jacobovitz Nov. 29 at 7
p.m. on "Chanukah An Histori-
cal Struggle, With Contemporary
Lessons" at Machon LTorah. For
reservations and information call
Machon.
Machon L'Torah, will hold a
lecture for the Russian outreach
division program Nov. 30 at 7:30
p.m. at Machon. The program
will start with an educational lec-
ture by Rabbi Jacobovitz on
"Chanukah: Who Won The War".
Mr. Roman Lundin will translate
the lecture into Russian simul-
taneously. Refreshments will be
served. There is no charge.
Machon L'Torati:has opened
up the fall semestOr for the Jew-
ish history lectuite series. The
next program will be held with
an educational lecture resented
by Rabbi Shmuel'Irons, dean,
Kollel Institute of Greater De-
troit, on "Masada and Mass Sui-
cide". The event will be held 9
p.m. Dec. 3 at Machon. There is
a charge. For information and
registration, call Dr. Mark Blu-
menkehl, 557-5725; or Dr. David
Weingarden, 569-7066.

Yeshiva Beth Yehudah PTA's
annual Chanukah Carnival will
be Dec. 4 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Sally Allen Alexander Beth
Jacob School, 14390 W. Ten Mile
Rd., on the corner of Ten Mile Rd.
and Church.
A new attraction will be a
hands-on, live animal display
from the Living Science Founda-
tion from noon to 3 p.m. There
will be carnival games and prizes
for tots to adults, as well as face
painting, craft projects for chil-
dren, lunch and snack choices.

Chanukah Fun
With JPI

CAROL SMOKLER, president
of the Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County, has been se-
lected to chair the UJA Midwest
Region mission to Israel sched-
uled for June 18 to 28, 1995.

Jillian Wallach

JILLIAN WALLACH, a third
grader at Highmeadow Common
Campus in Farmington Hills, has
been cast in the production of
Beauty and the Beast at the Mar-
quis Theater in Northville. The
play runs through Jan. 1.

The Jewish parents Institute will
sponsor a Gala Chanukah Cele-
bration Dec. 4 at 10:15 a.m. at
Maple/Drake. The program is
free and the entire community is
KAREN HOPE SAFRAN,
invited.
Children's activities will in- daughter of Paula and Norman
is a recent
clude dramatic improvisation, en- Miller of Southfield,
graduate of the Wayne
tertainment, cookie decorating, cum laude
dreidle games, crafts, treats for State University Law School. She
has just passed the State Bar
all.
Call the JPI office, 661-7637, Exam and was admitted to the
practice of law in a private cere-
for information.
mony at which the Hon. Gene
Schnelz of the Oakland County
Circuit Court, officiated. Karen
received a bachelor of arts in his-
tory from the University of Michi-
gan. She is associated with the
Line dancing and down-home law firm of James J. Harrington,
grub will be featured at a Tem- III, in Novi.
ple-wide HoeDown sponsored by
the Young People's Society of
Temple Beth El. Dec. 4 at 6 p.m.
Publicity Deadlines
at the temple.
The normal deadline for lo-
Participants are encouraged
cal news and publicity items
to dress Western as well. For
is noon Thursday, eight days
reservations and information,
prior to issue date.
call Craig and Jason Charnas,
661-5289.

Temple Beth El
Goes Western

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