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August 17, 1990 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-17

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The Janis Wetsman Col-
lection, which started in her
home, now has an annex in
the Wisper and Wetsman of-
fice. Her gallery is an
outgrowth of her personal
travels. She shows 20th cen-
tury decorative arts, in-
cluding furniture, quilts,
wood vessels and metal
pieces.
Janis Wetsman is busy
preparing a contemporary
American quilt exhibit to be
held this spring. "It's a
whole movement that's sur-
facing quickly, and I want
Detroit to experience it,"
says Mrs. Wetsman. fl

There are a host of reasons to host an affair at the
new Sheraton Southfield Hotel.
We've just undergone a multi-million dollar
renovation and our facilities are second to none. You'll
find an elegant ballroom that can accommodate 850
people in style, superb food and an experienced,
knowledgeable staff that will take care of all the
details. Our prices are surprisingly reasonable, too.
So whether you're-planning a wedding, anniversary,
bar mitzvah, reunion or whatever, consider the new
Sheraton Southfield Hotel. Call our
Director of Catering at 559-6500.16400 J.L.
.1 S 4. e
Hudson Drive, Southfield.

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Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .
Different Each Day

P hoto Contest
At The Mall

Amateur photographers are
invited to submit their inter-
pretation of MeadowBrook
Village Mall's sixth annual
photo contest, "Splash!" All
entries must reflect the
"Splash" theme: fun on the
beach, by the pool, lost sum-
mer days to a rain shower, or
some other interpretation.
The contest is co-sponsored by
Moto Photo, located in
MeadowBrook Village Mall.
Entries must be 8"x10" or
larger, mounted, and ready to
hang. The number of entries
is not limited and may be
either color or black and
white. Entries will be ac-
cepted Aug. 20-24 at either
the mall office between 8:30
a.m. and 5 p.m. or at Moto
Photo during normal mall
hours.
To pre-register, call the
MeadowBrook Village Mall
office, 375-9451.

Mainstreet
Gives Concert

The City of Southfield
Parks and Recreation, Divi-
sion of Cultural Arts, will pre-
sent Mainstreet, as part of
the 1990 Concerts in the Park
Series 7 p.m. Aug. 19 at the
Prudential Sun Bowl, 3000
Prudential Town Center.
There is no charge.
The Mainstreet songs range
from Broadway hits, country,
jazz to light rock.
For information, call
Cultural Arts, 354-4717.

Concert Series
Begins At JCC

The Julius Chajes Music
Fund Concert Series will
begin its 1990-91 season
3 p.m Sept. 9 at the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community
Center. It will feature the
Lafayette String Quartet.
These concerts are open to the
public and there is a fee. For
information, call Annette
Chajes, 661-1000, Ext. 352.

Hours —

In the last 40 years, the
death rate from heart
attack has dropped 34%
the death rate from con-
genital heart defects is
down 41%
and the death rate from
stroke is down 60%.
The American Heart
Association of Michigan
is 40 years old.

American Heart
Association

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 69

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