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February 12, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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I LOCAL NEWS I

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RETIREMENT PLANNING

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Registered Representative

3000 Town Center
Suite 2400
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 353-5600

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An associate of the

UHS Honors Students
In Accelerated Classes

Alliance

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FOR DIAMONDS, ESTATES
AND PRECIOUS GEMS...

Sidney Krandall &Sons is internationally known
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. •

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1988

MEW! SOUTHFIELD FACTORY: 23000 W. 8 Mile (E. of Tel.)
STERLING HEIGTHS: 42354 Van Dyke (N. of 18 1/2 Mile)
FARMINGTON HILLS: 31205 Orchard Lake (Hunter's Sq.)
ST. CLAIR SHORES: Call For In-Home Appointment
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Levenson, Guy Levin, Stacey
Lezell, Ronnie Minc, Karen
Oliver, Heather Rosenberg,
Joshua Rubin, Matthew
Salter, Joshua Sanfield,
Michael Schonberg, David
Schultz, Anthe Shanbaum,
Mark Silver, Miriam Skoc-
zylas, Cameron Smith, Miles
Steam, Donielle Tigay, Sarah
Tigay, Corey Trivax, Justin
Trivax, Daniel Victor, Jeffrey
Weinberger, Matthew Wein-
garden, Jaimee Wiener,
Nathan Witkin, Lisa Wolfe,
Matthew Wrosch, Taly Yaniv,
Robert Yost.

Homeroom teachers for the
honors classes are Elana
Adler, Ella Moskovitz, Rivkah
Nachlas and Tamar Traub.
Students in the Beth Achim
program are: Emily Agauas,
Beth Ancell, Charles Belin-
sky, Robyn Beresh, Nathaniel
Berman, Dan Goldstein, An-
drew Harris, Seth Hitsky,
Sonia Kleerekoper, David
Rochlen, Neil Sitron, Erica
Udman, Aric Salei.

Menachem Glazer is the
teacher for the accelerated
class at the Beth Achim
branch.

Institute Art Show
Marks 25th Anniversary

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The education committee of
the United Hebrew Schools,
co-chaired by Jerry Knoppow
and Amelia Steiger, will
honor students in the ac-
celerated classes and their
parents with a brunch on
Sunday in the Adat Shalom
social hall at 10 a.m. A
special gift on behalf of the
board of directors will be
presented to each student.
Students currently in the
Adat.Shalom honors program
are: Brian Ablitz, Daniel
Alspector, Shira Anchill, Ken-
neth Barr, Banjamin Bassin,
Stuart Berlow, Wendy Betel,
Steven Bloom, Marci Bratt,
Alissa Brown, Erica Brown,
Kimberly Buckner, Benjamin
Doppelt, Brian Fantich,
Melissa Faxon, Lisa Fealk,
Michael Feld, Jessica
Feldman, Karen Golan,
Steward Golden, Steven Gill,
Jennifer Gourwitz, Elana
Green, David Greenhut, Jef-
frey Gutman, Stacey Hirsch,
Pamela Hirschman, Bradley
Holtman, Daniel Kahn,
Laurie Kornwise, Erin Krell,
Melissa Kuretzky.
Also Jill Lazar, Eric Leder,
Rebecca Levenson, Sara

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The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will have its 25th an-
nual art show and sale March
11-13 at the Shenandoah
Country Club, 5600 Walnut
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield.
The show and sale is a
showplace for Michigan ar-
tists. This year many of the
artists who began 25 years
ago will return for a special
retrospective of their works.
Included are Neal, Carol
Wald, Sheila Burns, Sue and
Russell Bolt, Evelyn Raskin,
Irving Berg and Howard
Weingarden.
Many young artists' careers
were launched by having
their works exhibited first in
the Sholem Aleichem Art
Show and Sale. Among them
are: Richard Jerzy, painter;
Robert Brunn, enamelist;
John Glick, potter; Carol
Wald, painter; Brenda Good-
man, painter; Glen Michaels,
artist and assemblages;
Charles McGee, painter;
Bruce Blythe, jeweler; and
Robert Bartlett, glass.
A special "sip and shop"
will take place at 8 p.m.
March 11. Artists have
donated prizes to be awarded
March 12.

Hours are March 11,
11 a.m.-10 p.m.; March 12,
11 a.m.-10 p.m.; March 13,
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Refreshments are free.

Yehuda Bauer
To Speak Here

The Birmingham Temple
will present the leader of the
international movement of
Humanistic Jews, Yehuda
Bauer, as the guest speaker at
8:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the
temple.
He
will
discuss
"Humanistic Judaism as a
World Movement." Prof.
Bauer is the chairman at the
International Institute for
Secular Humanistic Judaism,
president of the International
Federation of Secular
Humanistic Jews and pro-
fessor of Holocaust studies at
the Hebrew University in
Israel. Humanistic Judaism
will be the theme of the
service.
An Oneg Shabbat in honor
of Bauer will follow the
service.

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