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November 16, 1984 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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Friday, November 16, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AN INVITATION TO AN

ART AUCTION

LOCAL NEWS

OF STUDIO WORKS BY

RICHARD KOZLOW

Ash,
Century 21 Piety Hill would like to congratulate
Sandy Norman for achieving over $1,000,000.
in sales for a single month, August 1984. If you
are looking for someone to represent you in the
sale or purchase of a home hire someone who will
do more than just toss your house into a multi-
list book, then hope anyone can sell it. Hire
someone who can negotiate in your interest.
Hire Sandy Norman.

540-1601

642-8100

MONDAY 19th of NOVEMBER, 7 P.M.

Funeral directors
name Detroiter
as new president

Preview 10 a.m. to 6 pm. Auction 7 pm.

A retrospective collection of over 100 pieces. Paintings, drawings, graphics,
temperas, collages, uniques.

MARKET STREET GALLERY

Northwestern Hwy. 1/4 mile north of 12 Mile Rd.

357-1322

IRIS KAUFMAN

DIRECTOR

Dear Customers and New. Customers:

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71-
PIETY HILL, INC.

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Birmingham, Michigan 48008

We are having our Pre-Holiday Sale!

On top of our regular 20% Discount,

B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN

proudly presents at its

Nov. 16 through Nov. 31st,

CITY WIDE MEMBERSHIP EVENT

On All Merchandise.

Detroit News Columnist
Author
Radio and TV Commentator

GEORGE CANTOR

Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6:30

SHERATON OAKS HOTEL, 27000 Sheraton Drive, Novi -

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Images from Yiddish
and
American Jewish Fiction

Of The Month

Special Purchase of
European Knitting Yarns

This series will consider the historical reality of shtetl and city life orid the
literary representotion of that reality. Dr. Norich will explore different models
for reading the literary works of Sholem Aleichem, Mendele Mocher Seforim,
Isaac Bashevis Singer, Henry Roth, Bernard Molomud and Saul Bellow.

Fashion Colors
Multi Textures
Bulky To Worsted Weight

with Dr. Anita Norich
Assistant Professor,
University of Michigan

Regularly $4.20-$7.90 per Skein

Time: 10:30 am - 12 noon
Thursdays, November 29,
December 6, and December 13

20% OFF

Place: Congregation Beth Achim
21100 W. Twelve Mile
Southfield, Michigan

This Shipment Only — While Quantities Last

Nri 1 Li ri

Cost: $15.00 includes Bonus Lunch

Original
Designs
Finishing

Bonus Lunch at Noon on December 13

Mon.-Sat. I

10-5

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Orchard Mall. West Bloomfield • 855-2114

Pioneer Women/Na'amat

present o Three-Port Series on

If•A•R•l



Sat. 9:30-5

Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies

Couvert $11.00. Ticket Chairman, Boralee Broida, 557-4823
For Information Call: B'nai B'rith Women, Detroit Council Office, 552-8150

ROCHELLE IMBER'S

553-3265

and

For members, prospective members and guests

Yarns
Instructions
ndcrafted
Sweaters

COUTWIE BOUTIQUE

12 Mile & Orchard Lake Rd.
Orchard/12 Plaza, Farmington Hills

On Sunday, Dec. 9, 1984
Lunch 11:30 A.M.
Fashion Show by SYLVIA'S

NOW

we are offering 30 to 70; off,

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Join us for a Superb Series!!!

Herbert Kaufman

Herbert KaufMan, of The Ira
Kaufman Chapel in Southfield,
was elected president of the
Jewish Funeral Directors of
America, Inc. at its 57th annual
meeting.
A native of Detroit, Kaufman
served in the U.S. Army Air Force
during World War II. He is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan and Wayne State Uni-
versity.
He is a member of the executive
committee and board of governors
of Temple Beth El, a member of
the Detroit Service Group of the
Allied Jewish Campaign and a
member of the legislative com-
mittee of the Michigan Funeral
Directors Association.

Wins scholarship
for opera career

Sharon Bennett, a 21-year-old
soprano from Huntington Woods,
was awarded the $1,500 Fiancis
Robinson Professional Engage-
ment Award which secures her a
position in the Young Artists Ap-
prentice Program at Detroit's
Michigan Qpera Theatre.
The Francis Robinson Profes-
sional Engagement Award was
established to provide profes-
sional stage experience to a young
performer making the transition
from vocal study to the direct pur-
suit of an operatic career.
Bennett, a student of Beverly
Rinaldi, has studied with Mary
Alice Powell. She has performed
with the Mississippi Opera and
the Michigan Opera Theatre.
Bennett, who attended the Ober-
lin Conservatory of Music under
full scholarship is currently per-
forming in the Michigan Opera
Tlhuetae t. re production of The Magic
Flute.

JWv

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST AND AUXILIARY will

meet for a dutch treat lunch on
Nov. 24 at 12:30 p.m. at the Pon-
derosa Steak House, 2250 N.
Woodward, Royal Oak. Friends
are invited. For information, con-
tact President Anne Weinstein,
559-4392; or Junior Vice
President Dorothy Weinstein,
559-4392; or Junior Vice
President Dorothy Schwartzman,
661-4431.

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