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January 20, 1995 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-20

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Babies
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Smoke-filled
Wombs

The Florence Melton Adult Mini-
School of Metro Detroit opened
its second semester on Jan. 16.
A 15-part course titled "The
Purposes of Jewish Living" is
taught by Rabbi Julian Cook, fo-
cusing on Jewish philosophy, his-
tory, and theology, using text
study. Also new is the host site
for the Thursday night Melton
Mini-School classes: Congrega-
tion Beth Shalom for the balance
of the school year. The Monday
morning Melton Mini-School
class continues at Hadassah
House in West Bloomfield.
In addition, the Women's
League for Conservative Ju-
daism-Michigan Branch and the
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit are now
partners in the Melton Mini-
School.
There will be a series of "Taste
of Melton" previews held
throughout the community this
spring for adult learners who are
considering enrolling. Each pre-
view will include a sample mini-
lesson plus an information and
orientation session to answer
questions about tuition fees, class
schedules. For information, call
Nancy Kaplan or Sandy Loeffler,
(810) 354-1050.

The Sholem Aleichem Institute
will present "An Evening of Yid-
dish" at its first Oneg Shabbat of
1995 on Jan. 20 and will feature
readings by Norval Slobin, in-
terviews by Irving Panush, and
piano selections by Sonia Lipen-
holtz. Members of the audience
are invited to participate with
Yiddish stories, songs, or jokes of
their own.
The program will take place at
the Franklin Pointe Clubhouse
at 8 p.m.

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Murder Mystery
Party Planned

Adat Shalom Synagogue will host
a Murder Mystery Party on Jan.
28 at 7:30 p.m.
Join Adat Shalom's Social
Club, Men's Club and Sisterhood
for dinner and entertainment
produced by Sally Harlow of Foul
Play Productions.
There is a charge per couple.
For information, call Joyce Wein-
garten, 932-3324.

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The Community Library of the
Agency for Jewish Education and
Jewish Experience for Families
(JEFF) will sponsor a family sto-
rytelling and puppetry program,
"Coco Tours the Library", Jan. 22
from 2-4 p.m. at the Agency for
Jewish Education.
Featuring educator and en-
tertainer Maureen Shiffrnan and
her puppet Coco, the program
will include hands-on book ac-
tivities, registration for the Sefer
Safari family reading program,
new, exciting children's books and
refreshments.
There is no charge for the
event, which is open to the com-
munity.

Comedy Night
For B'nai B'rith

The Leadership Network of B'nai
B'rith will host a night of come-
dy at Mark Ridley's Comedy Cas-
tle in Royal Oak on Jan. 28. The
show, with Steve Altman, begins
at 8 p.m. Respond to Sheri
Benkoff, 681-0492, by Jan. 25.

Beth Achim
Vegas Night

Congregation Beth Achim Men's
Club Annual Las Vegas Night
will be Feb. 11 from 8-midnight
at the synagogue.
This fund-raising event will
feature black jack, over/under,
craps and roulette. There will be
cash prizes; the door prizes will
include a VCR and a color TV.
There is a donation/admission
charge. Refreshments will be
available. For information, call
the synagogue office, 352-8670.

Machon Plans
Lecture Series

Machon L'Torah, will- hold its
next Jewish History Lecture Se-
ries Jana 28. The lecture will be
presented by Rabbi Shmuel
Irons, dean, Kollel Institute of
Greater Detroit, on "Revolt!".
The event will be held at Ma-
chon L'Torah. Subsequent lec-
tures will be given every other
Saturday evening at 9 p.m. There
is a charge. For information and
registration call Dr. Mark Blu-
menkehl, 557-5725; or Dr. David
Weingarden, 569-7066.
A special lecture will be given
by Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz on
Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. on "Happi-
ness, Godliness, and Self Es-
teem—The Powerful Trio of
Meaningful Living." The lecture
will be given at the Michigan
Union Building. Refreshments
will be served. For information,
call Darin Spilman, (313) 213-
0643.

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