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October 23, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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AND PRECIOUS GEMS...

AA' • •.

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and respected throughout the estate and jewelry
industries for conducting transactions in an equit-
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diamonds and precious gems. Appraisers available
by appointment for estates of all sizes. Inquiries from
individuals and estate attorneys welcome.
A N.




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FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1987

MEMBER

MSNS

Local Skier
Wins Honors

Elizabeth Dubin, of Bloom-
field Hills, has won honors in
the nationwide Coca-Cola Ju-
nion NASTAR ski racing pro-
gram. Elizabeth placed
eighth in Michigan in the
7-9-year-old category.
Elizabeth earned her
season-best 36 handicap
while racing at Snowmass,
Colo.
The Coca-Cola Junior
NASTAR program ranks the
top ten boys and girls in six
age categories in each of 43
states. Racers are ranked ac-
cording to their single best
NASTAR handicap 'earned
last season.

Intensive Study
Course Offered

The Conservative Rabbis of
Metropolitan Detroit have in-
troduced a new program call-
ed "The Rabbinic Seminar,"
an intensive study of tradi-
tional Jewish texts for
students from grades ten
through 12. The seminar
meets at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek at 4 p.m. Mondays.
The students will study
Midrash with Rabbi William
Gershon of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and Talmud with Rab-
bi Elliot Pachter of Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Admis-
sion is at the discretion of the
instructors.
For information, contact
Rabbi Gershon, 357-5544; or
Rabbi Pachter, 851-5100.

Soviet Rabbi
Is Oneg Guest

Adat Shalom United
Synagogue Youth invites all
Detroit area youth to meet
Rabbi Leonid Feldman, the
first Soviet refusenik ordain-
ed as a Conservative rabbi,
for a special Oneg Shabbat
and discussion 8 p.m. today at
Adat Shalom Shiffman
Chapel. The rabbi will speak
to the youth and answer ques-
tions about experiencing anti-
Semitism and imprisonment
as a Soviet Jew.

BBYO

BBG President
Visits Detroit

6 Years Same
Location

31205 ORCHARD LK RD. • SOUTH OF 14 MILE
IN HUNTERS SQUARE MALL • FARMINGTON HILLS
NORTH ENTRANCE

Michelle Blumenthal, 18, of
Dallas, Tex., international
BBG president, is visiting
Michigan Region BBYO
through Wednesday. She will
attend the Michigan Region
BBYO Fall Conclave, visit
chapters and appear before
the Michigan BBYO board of
directors.

Michelle Blumenthal

Ms. Blumenthal has been a
member of Fannie Sablosky
BBG in Dallas for the past
five years and has held vir-
tually every major position in
the youth organization in
that time. Last year she serv-
ed as international BBG
sh'licha for North America
and an international BBG
representative to the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The theme of this year's fall
conclave at Camp Maas in Or-
tonville is "BBYO U" and
participants will select from
a number of different courses
that will be offered
throughout the weekend.
An Oneg Shabbat is being
developed with the assistance
of Yefet Ozery, community
shaliach for Detroit. Besides
the mini-courses offered on
Saturday, Deanne Gruenberg
will speak to the delegation
on AIDS. Saturday night's
dance will be a "toga party."
Another special guest at
the weekend will be Joe Wit-
tenstein of Chicago, assistant
international BBYO director
for field services-Midwest.
Coordinators for the pro-
gram are Todd Hoffman of
Brandeis AZA and Lynne
Cohn of Shira BBG. Staff
coordinator is Joel Colman.

mil LOCAL NEWS 1

Think Trim
Class Begins

Think Trim-1, the first class
in the Think Trim series, will
be offered at the Farmington
Community Center on Nov. 7
at 9 a.m. There is a fee for the
one-day workshop.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call the community
center, 477-8404.

Family Fun Day

The Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield
will have a family fun day in
phys-ed, 2-4 p.m. Sunday in
the main gymnasium.

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