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July 05, 1991 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-05

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You are cordiady invited
to attend the Dedication of the
Yanice Charach-Epstein Museum /Gallery
and a Preview of
the Opening Exhibition

'The Art of Collecting: The gewish Codector's Experience'

Wednesday, Yury 24, 19.91

7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Cocktails, Light Supper and Dessert

The Gallery's premier exhibition will feature important works of art
by world renowned Jewish artists which have been selected from the
homes of leading Jewish collectors in the metropolitan Detroit area.

Janice Charach-.Epstein Museum/Gallery

I look forward to becoming a Patron of the Janice Charach-Epstein

Museum/Gallery and attending the Dedication, Reception and Preview of the
opening exhibition. Enclosed is my $250.00 contribution.

City, State, Zip:


Additional support of the Museum/Gallery can be provided by becoming a
Founder, Benefactor or Sponsor member. For further information please contact
Dr. Morton Plotnick or Leah Ann Kleinfeldt at 661-1000, ext. 207.

Please send checks to: Janice Charach-Epstein Museum/Gallery
Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
6600 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Your reservations will be held at the door.


FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1991

JWF Names
Assistant Director

Shelley Milin has been pro-
moted to the position of assis-
tant director of the Campaign
Department of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
A graduate of the Universi-
ty of Michigan with a
master's in social work and a
bachelor's in communications
and psychology, Ms. Milin
joined Federation in 1986.
She was director of the
Young Adult Division.

Fraternity Alumni
Plan Meetings

Members of the Gamma
Kappa Chi Alumni Fraterni-
ty of Wayne State University
will host a series of luncheon
meetings 12:30 p.m. Thurs-
days during July at the
Radisson Suite Hotel, 37539
Grand River, Farmington
For information, call Hans
Weinman, 661-0619; or Phil
Rothschild, 543-7544.

Support Group
Hosts Picnic

The Southfield-Oak Park
Parkinson Support Group
will have a picnic 7 p.m. July
17 at McDonnell Towers
"Bright Spot," 24400 Civic
Center Dr., Southfield.
Bring your own food and
drinks; dessert and entertain-
ment will be provided.

'•• ■■ INI NEWS I

Life Sentences
For Murderers

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A Tel
Aviv District Court made
legal history last week when
it sentenced two Israelis to
life imprisonment for a
double homicide committed
in the United States.
The trial was made possi-
ble by an amendment to the
extradition laws under
which a country that has the
death penalty can waive
extradition on the condition
that the suspects face life
sentences in Israel.
The three-judge panel that
heard the case decided there
was sufficient circumstan-
tial evidence to convict Yair
Orr and Nadav Nakan,
former kibbutzniks, of
murdering Jack and Carmen
Hively, a wealthy California
couple, four years ago.
The two Israelis were alleg-
ed to have accepted a "con-
tract" from the couple's son-
in-law, who wanted to inherit
their money.

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