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June 19, 1992 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-19

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••••1 SYNAGOGUES

I

TEMPLE BETH EL

T'Chiyah Elects
New Officers

Sandy Hansell has been
elected to a second term as
president of Congregation
Detroit's
> ,T'Chiyah,
Reconstructionist synagogue.
, 2 Harold Gurewitz was
elected vice president and
Nathaniel Warshay,
secretary. Corinne Asher was
, elected treasurer for another
,year.
. Judy Harris and David
. Goodman were elected to ad-
1 ditional three-year terms as
trustees-at-large, joining Roz
Saltz, whose term will expire
' in 1993, Fred Schwarz (1993),
Harriet Saperstein (1994) and
'Larry Stettner (1994).
Benjamin Ben-Baruch and
Alan Schenk were elected for
'D the first time to the religious
services committee. Sara
Friedman, David Goodman,
Marc Kaplan, Dolly Katz,
-Lydia Meyers, David
L Sobelsohn and Carol Weisfeld
p were re-elected to additional
j terms on the committee.

LOCAL NEWS

ilm "

Business Network
L Hosts Speaker

1-7) Doug Ross will address a
`-) local organization of business
people 6:30 p.m. June 23 at
Congregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses, during their an-
'nual dinner.
Doug Ross is a former
Michigan state senator and
director of the Michigan
Department of Commerce.
Mr. Ross is president of
Michigan Future, Inc., a
• think-tank focusing on the
state's economic and social
future.
The Jewish Business Net-
work (JBN) meets 10 times
per year for luncheons, din-
ners and an annual picnic to
• discuss business issues and to
network.
There is a charge. For infor-
Illation,
call Roman Lundin,
1
851-8282; or Aviva Rider,
968-8318.

Cordially Invites You to a
BENEFIT AUCTION

,'
Art for Everyone

at Temple Beth El

7400 Telegraph Road • Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1992

Wine & Cheese Preview Hour 6:00 p.m.
Auction 7:00 p.m.
Preview: $12.50 per person • Auction: free

Agam • Altman • Boulanger • Cambier • Cezanne • Chagall
• Cobelle • Dali • Durer • Dus • Erte • Goya • Lautrec
• Lebadan g •• Maimon • Manet • Miro • Mouly • Picasso
• Rembrandt • Renoir • Tarkay • Vasarely and more....

works • Paintings and Watercolors • Original
Included are more than 150 custom framed
old Master prints • Signed and numbered original lithographs, etchings, engravings and

serigraphs.
The entire collection will be on exhibition at Park West Gallery, 29469 Northwestern,
Southfield, Michigan, on June 25 and June 26, 1992, from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Complimentary catalogs will be available for prospective bidders June 25 through June
28, both at the Temple and at Park West Gallery.

PARK WE S T®

G •A•L•L•E•R•Y

All Major Credit Cards Accepted
Fax 313-354-0387
1-313-354-2343

Since 1969 Park West has offered and sold more than 200,000 original works of art at auction.

JHA Benefactors
Installation Dinner

The Benefactors of the
Jewish Home for Aged are
planning their Fifth Annual
Installation/Sports Night
C , Dinner 6 p.m. June 25 at the
Franklin Racquet Club.
Sportscaster Eli Zaret from

WJBK-TV2 will be the
celebrity guest. The slate will
be presented and the 1992-93
officers and board of officers
will be installed by past presi-
>
dent Steven Weiss.
For reservations, call Carol
Rosenberg, 532-7112.

For The Finest Quality
Diamond Settings and Gold Jewelry
With Distinctive Styling...

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Franklin Center Bldg • Suite 100 • 29100 Northwestern Hwy • Southfield • 356-7140
Advance Bldg • Suite 300 • 23077 Greenfield at Nine Mile • Southfield • 557-0616

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