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What's a future rabbi to do when he
has a Sunday off? Why, go deep-sea
fishing, of course.
At least the sea is as deep as
Sheepshead Bay gets off the coast of
Brooklyn, with the New York skyline
in the background.
Michael Katzman of Farmington
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Walk and bicycle more. Drive and fly less. • Carpool more. Use mass
transit where available. • Plan: combine trips and take the most fuel-
efficient routes to destinations. • Plan vacations for lower fuel con-
sumption. • Reduce commuting by working at home when possible. •
Switch to a higher mpg and lower emission vehicle. If you have more
than one vehicle, use the most efficient one when possible. • Do not
idle your car more than a minute unless in traffic. • Remove roof racks
when not in use. • Drive slower to get better miles per gallon. Obey the
speed limit. • Use your vehicle's air conditioning sparingly. • Reduce
the weight of vehicles by not hauling unnecessary items. • Accelerate
gradually to save fuel. • Use cruise control on the highway. • Do not
top off at the gas pump. • Keep tires properly inflated. • Fix oil leaks
and keep car tuned up. • Radial tires get better gas mileage. • Make
sure used tires, motor oil and car batteries are properly recycled or
disposed. • Request that the coolant be recycled every time your car
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Michael Katzman shows off his
Hills decided to get in me more bit
of fishing before winter really set in.
The third-year rabbinical student took
a break from his studies at Yeshiva
Chovevei Torah in New York City on
Dec. 9 when he heard that the fish had
been hitting earlier in the week.
The striped bass he caught was a
record for the fishing boat Flamingo
III and possibly for the area. It mea-
sured 47 inches long and 34.5 pounds.
Katzman is the son of Anne and
Jerry Katzman and a graduate of
Hillel Day School in Farmington Hills
and North Farmington High School.
His Judaic studies have included
weekly study at Congregation Ohel
Moed Shomrey Emunah and with
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg at the
Sarah Tugman Bais Chabad, both in
West Bloomfield. He spent two years
in Israel at Ohr Somayach and a few
months in Efrat with Rabbi Beryl
Wein. He is three papers short of a
master's in Talmudic studies from
Yeshiva University. Next spring, he will
do a one-month internship teaching
Talmud at the Frankel Jewish Academy
in West Bloomfield.
And in between, he learned fishing
from his father and has taught a few
of his yeshivah colleagues to enjoy the
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warming presentations: (248) 642-4393, ext. 7, or mi-coejl©jfmd.org .
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