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March 09, 1990 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-09

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RECOGNIZE THESE?

If Not, Maybe It's Because
You Have Not Been Photographed
By Us . . . Yet

TIDBITS

SYNAGOGUE AUCTION

About 100 patrons
attended the recent
Young Israel of
Greenfield auction in
spite of a winter storm.
Theater tickets, jewelry
and clothing were some
of the items auctioned.
Fierce bidders Joey and
Sara Bricker were able
to purchase a side of beef
donated by Morris
Flatt. The Soviet Family
of Yaakov and Elvira
Komensky won door
prizes. Some of the
people who braved the
storm to attend the
auction include: Chuck
and Raselle Snow,
Sandy and Larry
Singal, Ruvi and
Shelley Singal, Michael
and Miriam Carmen,
Sylvan and Sandra
Stern and Joe and
Adele Gittleman. Steve
Cohen was the
auctioneer.

FOUND FAMILY

Vivian Smargon was
casually reading the
Detroit Free Press when
she saw a photograph of
a man who resembled
her father. "I did a
double take," Smargon
said. When she saw that
his name was
Smorgonsky, she knew
he must be a relative.
Vivian and her
husband, Gerald Cole
arranged to meet
Leonid and Marina
Smorgonsky at Temple
Beth El. After a phone
call to the Soviet Union,
they believe their great-
grandfathers were
brothers. The Smargons
have now adopted their
real cousins, the
Smorgonskys.

FAMILY HAFTARA

Almost the entire Brown
family will be on the
bima at Congregation
B'nai Moshe on March
17, except Dr. Eli
Brown, but he will be
especially proud. Dr.

Brown's wife Estelle will
share the haftara with
daughters Barbara B.
Smith and Jacqueline
M. Rosenblatt. A
granddaughter will lead
the singing of the
Ashrei.

AMERICAN ARCHIVES

The Archives of
American Art recently
held a 30-year
celebration at the
Whitney titled "Le
Lundi-Gras" honoring
past chairmen. Some of
the patrons included:
Sydell and Doug
Schubot, Brian and
Michele Schbot,
Dorothy Dunitz,
Rosanne Schlussel,
Sam and Donna
Frank, Harriet and
Sheldon Fuller and
Herbert and Ellen
Jacob.



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