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November 14, 1980 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, November 14, 1980

BETH YEHUDAH SCHOOLS

Max Shaye's Art Exhibit
to Benefit Cancer Fund

66TH
ANNIVERSARY DINNER

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to be held at
THE FAIRLANE MANOR

SUNDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1980
CO—CHAIRMEN

its by.

Artist Max Shaye, center, discusses one of his
most recent oil paintings, "Aegean" with Preston
Burke, right, president of Preston Burke Galleries in
Southfield, and his assistant, Ruth Dickie.

David B. Holtzman

Golden Torah Award Recipient

David Silver

Martin Agronsky

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Dinner at 7:00 p.m.

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Dr. Lloyd J. Paul
David Pollack
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rich
Julius Rotenberg
Joseph Roth
(In Memory of William Roth)
Solomon Rothenberg
Saul Silver
Dr. Ivan Schatten
Jack Shenkman
Joseph Stewart
Lawrence J. Traison
Mel Wallace
Harold Warren
Irving Weiss
Paul Zuckerman

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan

Artist Max Shaye will
exhibit his most recent
works in a champagne pre-
view at the Preston Burke
Galleries, Evergreen at 12
Mile Roads in Southfield,
from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday
with proceeds from sales
benefitting the Michigan
Cancer Foundation.
A graduate of the Art Col-
lege of the Center for Crea-
tive Studies in Detroit,
Shaye has produced some
5,000 paintings throughout
his career. Working out of
his Franklin studio, Shaye
also is a printmaker.
His paintings are in 2,500
public and private collec-
tions, including collections
at; the White House, the
Pentagon and the Smithso-
nian Institution in Wash-
ington, D.C.; New Line
Cinema Corp. in New York,
N.Y.; the Southfield City
Hall; the National Bank of
Detroit, the Henry and
Edsel Ford Auditorium,
Sinai, Grace and St. John's
Hospitals in Detroit; and at
the Michigan Cancer Foun-
dation's Meyer L. Prentis
Cancer Center.
Sylvia Gershenson, Mr.

Racist, Klansman
Votes Concern
ADL Leaders

NEW YORK — The
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith expressed "deep
concern" over the results of
two Congressional races in
which avowedly racist and
anti-Semitic candidates re-
ceived a total of over 75,000
votes.
It referred to one in
Californaia's 43rd Congres-
sional District where Ku
Klux Klan leader Tom
Metzger, running as a
Democrat, received 35,000
votes, or 14 percent of those
cast, and the other in
Michigan's 15th district,
where former Klansman
and neo-Nazi Gerald
Carlson won 53,000 votes on
the GOP line, or about 32
percent.
The Democratic Party
had disavowed the candi-
dacy of Metzger; the Repub-
lican Party had disavoewd
Carlson.

The sword and the Book
came from heaven wrapped
together, and the Holy One
said: "Keep what is written
in this book, or be delivered
to the sword."
—Eleazar

and Mrs. Joseph Slatkin,
and Mr. and Mrs. Herb
Steiger of Grosse Pointe
Woods, head the planning
committee for the show. The
Shaye exhibition will con-
tinue at the Burke Galleries
through Dec. 9.

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