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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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The Oaxaca Mystery

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themselves spiritual Jews —
circumscised in theft' hearts —
and venerate Jesus as a
prophet.

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The story of these Jews who
want to be but aren't is almost
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ironic, because Mexico had
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1988

immw•mm'ml LOCAL NEWS

Classes Begin At Center

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personalized shopping for her
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de sangre," purity of blood.
As a sad coda to this strange
story I learned about a
Sephardic Jew who did live in
Oaxaca named Thomas (or
Tomas) Trevino de
Sobremonte. Known as a
sheepherder and man-about-
town, Thomas was burned at
the stake in 1649. His crime
was being a Jew and observ-
ing the Law of Moses. El

The fall semester of classes
at the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit, Maple/Drake Build-
ing, will begin in September
and. October. Monday classes
will begin on Oct. 10 and
Tuesday classes on Oct. 11.
All other classes begin next
Wednesday.
New group drum lessons
will be introduced for
children age 9-11. Music
classes in Suzuki method of
instruction and lessons
taught in the traditional way
will be offered in violin, piano,
cello, flute and recorder. The
dance department will
feature classes in ballet, jazz,
tap and modern for children
and adults. The performing
dance group, "Festival
Dancers," will meet each
week and is open to persons
with dance experience.
The JCC Singers, a choral
group of men and women of
all ages is still accepting
singers and will begin re-
hearsals on Wednesday at
7:30 p.m.
Other available classes in-

Center Gets
DeRoy Gift

Richard J. Maddin, presi-
dent of the Jewish Communi-
ty Center of Metropolitan
Detroit, announces the
Center has received a gift
from the DeRoy Foundation.
The funds have been used to
pm-chase equipment that will
improve and expand video
capabilities for programs pro-
duced at the DeRoy 'Theater.
A videotape editing system
has been acquired which will
allow the Center staff to pro-
duce high level, professional
quality tapes. Spotlights have
also been purchased. The new
equipment will enable the
Center to utilize selected
presentations as cable TV
programs.
The DeRoy Foundation, in
addition to providing for the
upkeep and enhancement of
the DeRoy Theater, also sup-
ports the Center's "Send a
Kid to Camp" program each
year.

clude bridge, computer,
modern dance, jazz, in-
termediate ballet, tap and
jazz, children's classes in
creative movement, "Making
Many Things" in art and
"Let's Start Art." A creative
dance class for children will
also be offered at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Building.
The advanced reading
course will meet on Oct. 10,
12, 17 and 19 in the library.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 348.

Center Suzuki
Unit Adds TWO

The Suzuki music depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Maple/Drake
Building, has announced the
appointment of Lisa Gregory
and Tamara Goldfaden, in-
structors in Suzuki violin.
Gregory performed with the
Toledo Symphony and Toledo
Opera Association since 1986.
She was associate concert-
master of the Southwest Sym-
phony, and performed with
the Kalamazoo Symphony,
Kalamazoo Bach Festival Or-
chestra and the South Bend
Symphony Orchestra in
Indiana.
In addition to being active
in chamber music ensembles,
she taught violin for 11 years
before entering college. Ms.
Gregory graduated with high
honors in 1985 from Western
University with a BMus
degree. She is Suzuki
certified.
Goldfaden has been assis-
tant concertmaster of the
Toledo Symphony Orchestra
since 1982 and has been per-
forming with the Toledo
Opera Association since 1985.
She was graduated with high
distinction while achieving
her BMus degree at Indiana
University in 1982. She also
has a master's degree in
chamber music — violin from
the University of Michigan.
Ms. Goldfaden is Suzuki
certified.
In addition to the violin
teachers, Jennifer Stokes,
Suzuki piano teacher, who

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