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October 22, 1993 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-22

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taking on the role as co-chair for
the Oakland County Region of
the Michigan Women's Bar As-
sociation fundraiser for Horizons'
Upward Bound was an honor.
She has been working hard to
help Horizons-Upward Bound,
a 29-year-old co-educational pro-
gram that helps high school stu-
dents from low income families
prepare for higher education.
The fundraiser, to be held at 6
p.m. on Oct. 28 at the Cran-
brook-Kingswood Schools, will
feature celebrity entertainment,
including JUDGE EDWARD
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RY HOWARD.
A fter 30 years at the helm of
company her father
founded, Washington Post Chair-
man Katharine Graham has
stepped down, naming as chair-
man her son, Donald Graham,
and as president, Southfield na-
tive ALAN SPOON.
Mr. Spoon first joined the Post
corporation in the early 1980s as
vice president for new business
development and planning. In
1991, when former chief operat-
ing officer Richard Simmons re-
th-ed, Mr. Spoon was promoted
to executive vice president and
chief operating officer.

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Gorman's President BER- T EON COHAN is among five
NARD MORAY recently added Li/Michigan lawyers and
a national award to his resume. judges to receive the 1993 Cham-
Mr. Moray, who runs the South- pion of Justice Award from the
field home furnishing company, State Bar of Michigan. Mr. Co-
is the 1993 retailer of the year han, also a community activist,
for the National Home Furnish- retired last June as senior vice
ings Association.
president and general counsel to
the Detroit Edison Company. He
now is of counsel to the firm Bar-
ris, Sott, Denn & Driker.

IN BRIEF

divorce attorneys HAR-
T MAN
RIETT ROTTER, NOR-
ROBBINS
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HOW TO BUILD AN ALL-STAR PORTFOLIO

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Bernard Moray

Under Mr. Moray's leader-
ship, Gorman's has grown from
a single store in 1966 to a diver-
sified company with several
Michigan locations. Among them
is a contemporary gallery and
some Drexel-Heritage stores, op-
erations specializing in business
interior and a clearance center.

Bernard Moray is
the 1993 retailer of
the year for the
Naitonal Home
Furnishings
Association.

HANLEY GURWIN recently
received certification as divorce
arbitrators from the American
Academy of Matrimonial
Lawyers.
STUART GOLD is
done of 45 attorneys in the
United States to earn certifica-
tion as business bankruptcy law
specialist from the Commercial
Law League of America Acade-
my of Commercial and Bank-
ruptcy Law Specialists
ARK EPHRAIM, vice
president of New Brandy's
Flowers of Walled Lake, has
been elected president of the
Farmington Hills chapter of the
Business Network, a business
referral organization.
R. ELI BERGER, a Birm-
ingham orthodontist, last
month was installed as president
of the Great Lakes Association
of Orthodontists, comprised of
1,500 members from Michigan,
Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania and
Indiana.

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Mr. Moray is a former na-
tional president of this nation-
al trade association, and he has
actively raised money for sever-
al organizations, including Chil-
dren's Hospital of Michigan,
American Cancer Society, Michi-
gan Diabetes Association and
shelters for the homeless and for
battered women and their chil-
dren.

Tn his spare time, manufactur-
er's representative JOHN
BLOOMis executive director for
the Fan Club, a non-profit asso-
ciation created to provide fund-
ing and management support to
Detroit area arts organizations.
Now, to raise money for the
Eisenhower Dance Company,
the Metropolitan Ballet and mu-
sic Hall Youtheatre, the Fan
Club is hosting a Masquerade
Fantasy benefit on Oct. 29 at the
American Center Building in
Southfield.
Costumes are not mandatory,
but they can earn benefit goers
some extra cash.
Leon Cohan

Eli Berger

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