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November 23, 1984 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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Friday, November 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A 'CHAMBERLAIN' WELCOME

It is with great pleasure that Bud Chamberlain, CHAM-
BERLAIN, REALTORS welcomes Sylvia Stern as
Manager/REALTOR-BROKER of the West Bloomfield
office located at 6346 Orchard Lake Road. just north of
Maple Road.

LOCAL NEWS

14K GOLD
HEART

Continued from!preceding page

During her 22 years in the Real Estate business, Sylvia
has been very active. A few of her accomplishments and
contributions to the industry include: MAR Director for
the Michigan Association of REALTORS, District #2;
U.N.R.A. "Top Ten Percent" award winner in 1983;
committee member of the South Oakland County
(S.O.C.B.O.R.) and Birmingham-Bloomfield Board of
REALTORS; S.O.C.B.O.R.'s "Woman of the Year" re-
cipient; and most recently the past owner, Vice-
President and President of Cranbrook, REALTORS in
Royal Oak.

Sylvia Stern, M gr. West Bloom-
field office with President, B.F. Her business accomplishments are many and her personal achievements
are her two sons, Kenneth, a practicing attorney in Southfield, and Elliot a
(Bud) Chamberl ain.

doctor recently graduated from Medical School.

"As the President of CHAMBERLAIN, REALTORS, 'Good Luck Sylvia,' we
are fortunate indeed to have you with us!"

Sincerely,

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A MUST SALE FOR US • • •

MON4AT THURSDAYS
10J30-5:45
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FREE
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offered a tribute to his co-
chairman; I. William Sherr, for
his longtime support of the
yeshivah.
A gift of $10,000 was presented
to the schools by the Ladies of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, and
their president, Fannie Laufer,
received a gift of appreciation.
Volunteers, especially Winnie
Borkin and Chanche Frankel,
also were cited from the podium.
The dais was completed by
Seymour Rabinowitz, chairman of
the board; Rabbi Shmuel Cohen,
principal of the Sally Allan Ale-
xander Beth' Jacob School for
Girls; Rabbi E. B. Freedman, ad-
ministrative • director; Mickey
Shapiro, dinner co-chairman;
Spencer Partrich, dinner co-
chairman; David Silver, former
Golden Torah Award recipient;
Rabbi Shmue• Kaufman, director
of scholarshipS and endowments;
Rabbi Avrohoin. Freedman, assis-

GREAT SAVINGS FOR YOU IN
TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.

IS HAVING A

$$09-.• 5099" .

OF FARMINGTON

MERCHANDISE
DISPOSAL SALE

IN

ALL OUR FAMOUS BRANDS A T SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS
Cricketeer ••_ A
Reed • Cesarani • 1%lisiv Harbor • Jaylllar • Pierre Cardin
.Nicola Mancini • Nino Cerutti • After Six • Bill Blass

THE SALE WE NEVER THOUGHT WE'D HAVE

UP TO 1/2 OFF ON OUR ENTIRE SOCK.....

WE MUST RAISE CASH AND REDUCE OUR INVENTO

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BECAUSE OF OUR IMMEDIATE NEED FOR
CASH ....ONLY MASTER, VISA.
AND CASH ACCEPTED....

ALTERATIONS AT COST.

OF FARMINGTON

12 OAKS MALL
HUDSON'S COURT
LOWER LEVEL

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