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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-01-19

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JEWISH BUSINESS ETHICS

MONEY MATTERS

THE SAGES' GUIDE TO LIVING

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Classes are offered twice weekly,
Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings

• Jan 22 - Hot Tips: The Ethics of Insider Trading

• Jan 29 - By the Sweat of Their Brows: Wages of the Working Poor

ONGOING

ORDER MAHJ CARDS

Through Feb. 1. Order 2012 mah Jong cards.
$7 regular/$8 large. Send check, payable
to Hadassah, to: Debbie Cohen, 5540 S.
Piccadilly Circle, West Bloomfield, MI 48322.

THURSDAY, JAN. 19

• Feb. S - Morally Bankrupt? The Ethics of Debt Discharge

OPEN HOUSE

• Feb. 12 - State of the Union: The Right to Organize, to Bargain
Collectively, and to Strike

6:30 pm. Parents of 4-year-olds can learn
about kindergarten program at Pitt Child
Development Center, inside West Bloomfield
JCC. Child care on request. RSVP: 248-432-
5582 or fschneider@jccdet.org .

• Feb. 19 - Fabulously Wealthy or Filthy Rich? The Ethics of CEO
Compensation

• Feb 26 - The Ethics of Freeloading: Another Side to Business Ethics

AUTHORS AT LIBRARY

Presentations by:
The Honorable Avern Cohn, Federal Judge for the united
states district court for the eastern district of Michigan
flbe Honorable Edward Sosnick, Judge for the 6th Circuit Court in Oakland
County, Michigan
The Honorable Mark Goldsmith, Federal Judge for the United States District
Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Attorney Sam Bernstein, from the Sam Bernstein Law Firm
Attorney Don Scharg, from the Bodman Law Offices
Mr. Neil Schloss, Vice President and Treasurer, Ford Motor
Company

7 pm. The Book Beat presents authors
Elmore and Peter Leonard at Baldwin
Library, 300 W. Merrill, Birmingham. Free.
info@thebookbeat.com or 248-968-1190.

6 Thursdays (beginning Jan. 26), 7:00 - 8:30 pm at the Jewish
Federation of Metro Detroit - 6735 Telegraph Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI

AMERICAN JEWISH MUSIC

10 am. Jewish music blogger Jack Zaientz
discusses "The Silver Age of American
Jewish Music and Why We're Missing It"
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield. Free.
RSVP appreciated: Martha, mgoldberg@
shaareyzedek.org or 248-57-5544.

If ou re no

11 am.-1 pm. Volunteer with Hillel of Metro
Detroit at soup kitchen locations served by
Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries. Group
meets for pizza following at Cafe One,
Southfield. RSVP needed: Karen, 313-577-
3459 or hilleldetroit@umd.umich.edu .

SPIRITED BROADCAST

5-7 pm. Song and Spirit Institute of
Peace's Maggid Steve Klaper and Brother
Al Mascia online show at UDetroit Cafe,
1427 Randolph, Detroit. Audience welcome.
Explore diverse cultures and places through
music, stories, interviews. www.udetroit.com
or www.SongandSpirit.org or 248-895-3011.

RESERVE TODAY!
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MONDAY, JAN. 23

SURVIVORS' SUPPORT

10-11:30 am. Dr. Charley Silow facilitates
weekly support group for Holocaust survi-
vors at Oak Park JCC. Free. 248-967-4030.

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe

deposit box. Sell or borrow on it for immediate cash.
We deal in jewelry, watches, diamonds and coins.

JEWS & JEWELRY

A Service to
Private Owners,
Banks & Estates

Contact Larry Allan

33700 Woodward Ave. • Between 14 Mile & Lincoln • Birming;am,

248-644.-8565

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January 19 4 2012

JEWISH STUDIES

7:30 pm. "18 Texts Every Jew Should
Know," learning sessions with Rabbi Joseph
Krakoff of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, meets
most Mondays at Hillel Day School, 32200
Middlebelt, Farmington Hills. Series con-
cludes May 7. Free. 248-357-5544.

MONDAY, JAN. 23

10 am. Men socialize Mondays in Room 205,
West Bloomfield JCC. Free. 248-967-4030.

OPERA MOVIE

2-3:30 pm. Joe Tazelaar presents Part 4
of The Trojans in Greenberg Suite at West
Bloomfield JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.

TUESDAY, JAN. 24

GET-A-JOB SEMINARS

1-4 pm. Four workshops for a job search
offered through Friday at Jewish Family
Service, 6555 W. Maple, West Bloomfield.
Topics: "Resumes," Tuesday; "Job Search
Strategies," Wednesday; "Networking
Basics," Thursday; "Interviewing," Friday.
Walt, wtarrow@jvsdet.org or 248-233-4245.

OPERA PROGRAM

2-3:30 pm. Facilitator Joe Tazelaar pres-
ents excerpts from famous operas at Oak
Park JCC. $1 donation. 248-967-4030.

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25

earing it... sell it!...

Subscribe today!
248.351.5174

5:30-7 pm. Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program of Jewish
Senior Life offers early evening support group
for family caregivers of older adults. Meets at
JVS, 29699 Southfield Road, Southfield. Free.
RSVP: Dorothy, 248-233-4392.
7-9 pm. Also, monthly support group for
family caregivers of those with Alzheimer's
or a related diagnosis. Meets at Fleischman
Residence, 6710 W. Maple, West Bloomfield.
Free. RSVP: Fran, 248-592-5032.

SENIOR MEN

SUNDAY, JAN. 22

HMD AIDES NEEDED

6 Sundays (beginning Jan. 22), 11:00 am - 12:30 pm,
Bais Chabad Torah Center - 5595 W. Maple Rd. W. Bloomfield, MI

CAREGIVERS' SUPPORT

10:30 am. Designer Marcy Feldman, a
Shaarey Zedek member, will discuss how
jewelry is created, from drawing to finished
piece, at Heartwear Designs, 235 S. Old
Woodward, Birmingham. A portion of sales
from event will benefit CSZ. $5; includes
continental breakfast. 248-357-5544.

CAFE EUROPA

DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

1 pm. Program for Holocaust Survivors,
Families, Friends presents "Cantor's Concert"
at Oak Park JCC. Free. 248-967-4030.

RAMBAM STUDY GROUP

11:45 am. Weekly group meets in Room
2351 of Faculty Administration Building, 656
W. Kirby, on Wayne State University campus,
Detroit. Presented by Cohn-Haddow Center
for Judaic Studies. Details: Ruth, 313-577-
2679 or cohnhaddowcenter@wayne.edu .

ISRAEL, MELTON STYLE

Noon. Sample Florence Melton Adult
Mini-School Israel Seminar (Oct. 21-Nov.
2) by studying Jewish texts with educa-
tor/tour director Haim Aronovitz at two
"Exploring Israel, Melton Style" sessions.
Bring bag lunch (dessert provided) to "Of
Scrolls and Caves: What Makes Qumran
So Remarkable?" at West Bloomfield JCC.
Same evening: "The Assassination of
Yitzhak Rabin — Long View," 7-8:30 pm at
Jewish Federation Building, 6735 Telegraph,
Bloomfield Twp. $5 if not a Friend of Melton.
RSVP: bronstein@jfmd.org or 248-205-2557.

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