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the fall luncheon series regarding future
programs and funding available to busi-
nesses. $25 members, $30 guests.
Andiamo Italia Ristorante, 7096 E. 14
Mile Road, Warren. RSVP by Oct. 21:
Na'arnat USA, Greater Detroit Council
— Thursday, Oct. 31, noon. Annual
donor luncheon will feature Nolan
Finley, editor, editorial page, the Detroit
News and David Fink, 9th disgrict con-
gressional candidate. Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Farmington Hills. RSVP:
OAK PARK JCC
For information or to RSVP: Jewish
Community Center, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building, 15110 W 10 Mile Road Oak
Park, (248) 967-4030. No charge for
events unless noted
• "Jewish Humor" — Monday, Oct.
21, 1 p.m.Rabbi Arnie Sleutelberg.
• Music Appreciation — Tuesday, Oct.
22, 1 p.m. Information and discussion
of composers and their music with
"Fabs" Kaldobsky. •
• Bingo — Wednesday, Oct. 23, 1 p.m.
With caller Howard Guttman. Charge.
• Senior Lunch Bunch— Mondays-
Fridays. Kosher lunches for adults ages
55 and older. Fridays include blessings
over wine, candles and challah. Eugene
Street, Ann Arbor. (734) 763-9047.
• "Was the Apostle Paul the Father of
Christian Anti-Judaism?" — Monday,
Oct. 21, 8 p.m. John Gager, William H.
Danforth Professor of Religion,
Princeton University. Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, Michigan League,
911 N. University.
• "The Nazi Use of Jewish Scholarship"
— Wednesday, Oct. 30, noon. Mitchell
Hart, Louis and Helen Padnos visiting
professor of Judaic studies, U-M;
Associate Professor of Jewish and
European History, Florida International
University. 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Congregation B'nai Moshe — Sundays,
through Dec. 14, 10 a.m. "Swimming
in the Sea of Talmud: Lessons for
Everyday Living," an adult-learning
series taught by Rabbi Elliot Pachter. $7
per session members, $10 guests.
LUNCH AND LEARN
Sara Tugman Bais Chabad Torah
Center — Thursdays, 12:45-1:45 p.m.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg will discuss
the weekly Torah portion and include
relevant Jewish history, philosophy, law,
mysticism and contemporary issues. .
Office of Ken Kohn and Associates,
30500 Northwestern Hwy. RSVP by
Monday noon: (248) 539-5050:
WEST BLOOMFIELD JCC
For information or to RSVP: Jewish
Community Center, D. Dan and Betty
Kahn Building, 6600 W Maple Road
West Bloomfield, (248) 661-1000. No
charge for events unless noted
• "Democracy for Palestine and
Security for Israel" — Monday, Oct.
21, 7:30 p.m. Dr. Raymond Tanter, U-
M professor, expert on terrorism and the
Middle East, will discuss current condi-
tions and prospects for peace.
• In Search of Peace: Israel From 1948
to 1968 — Part I — Wednesday, Oct.
30, 7:30 p.m. Documentary film about
the first 20 years of Israel's history as a
state narrated by Michael Douglas. $8.
Tickets available at Oak Park JCC,
(248)967-4030; West Bloomfield JCC
and at the door: JCC Jewish Life and
Learning Department (248) 432-5577.
• Book Review and Discussion —
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1:30 p.m. Julie
Solomon, librarian, will lead discussion
on The Family Orchard by Nomi Eve.
Jewish Life and Learning Department
Temple Israel Family Life Center —
Thursdays, Oct. 17-Nov. 21, 1-2:30
p.m. Alzheimer's support group facilitat-
ed by Marjorie Fuller. RSVP: Kari
Provizer (248) 661-5700.
Jewish Home and Aging Services,
Jewish Community Chaplaincy
Program — Tuesday, Oct. 21, 7-9 p.m.
Training session for those volunteering
or who want to volunteer with older
adults in care facilities. "Coping with
Loss" includes helping older adults cope
with various forms of loss. Rhoda
Medow, bereavement support facilitator,
Space for Changing Families; Rabbi
David Castiglione, Temple Beth El; Jay
Korlitz, volunteer parachaplain, Jewish- •
Hospice volunteer. No charge.
Fleischman Residence-Blumberg Plaza,
6710 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield.
RSVP by Oct. 20: Shirley Jarcaig (248)
Weisberg Cancer Center — Tuesday,
Oct. 22, 6:15 p.m. Dick Purtan and Dr.
Jeffrey Forman will discuss treatment
choices and survival strategies. Dinner.
31995 Northwestern Hwy., Farmington
Hills. RSVP: (248) 538-6507:
Frankel Center for Judaic Studies —
University of Michigan, Salinger Resource
Center, 3032 Frieze Bldg., 105 S. State
Zionist Organization of America-ZOA
— Sunday, Oct. 20, 7 p.m. Balfour
Concert features Broadway star Bruce
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