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November 28, 1986 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-28

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They might guess the size.
They'll never guess the price.

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the color. the clarity, and the cut of your
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guess the weight. But, they'll never
know how little you paid for so much
See for yourself. Visit our showroom
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Come in at your convenience

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and his family came to the
U.S. in 1940.
"The Holocaust in its enor-
mity defies language and art,
yet both must be used to tell
the tale, the tale that must be
told," Elie Wiesel, chairman
of the U.S. Holocaust Mem-
orial Council said. "In James
Freed we have found an ar-
chitect who can master this
unique challenge."
The Memorial Council is
conducting a $100 million
fundraising campaign for the
museum which will be located
on government property ad-
joining the National Mall.
The museum will house a
Hall of Witness, telling the
story of the Holocaust; a
memorial Hall of Remem-
brance; exhibition halls; a
Holocaust library and ar-
chives; a Learning Center and
two theaters.

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New York (JTA) — An
Israeli woman who immi-
grated 20 years ago to the
United States won US $12
million in the latest New York
State lottery last week.
Osnat Burdman arrived at
the lottery office with her
husband and her winning
ticket to claim her share of
the US $24 million Lotto
jackpot. The hoder of the
second wining ticket has not
yet come forward.
Mrs. Burdman, 55, who is
married to Dr. Mortimer
Burdman, 69, said that she
had purchased 60 tickets in a
stationery store in Man-
hasset, N.Y. She said that she
has always played the corn-
bination of numbers that won
her the prize, adding the
numbers were a mixture of
Hebrew letters, her husband's
birthday "and a few numbers
I threw in at random."
Mrs. Burdman, who has
been working as a salesclerk
at her daughter's boutique in
Manhasset, lives with her
surgeon husband in Albert-
son, N.Y. She has two daugh-
ters from a previous marriage.,
while her Brooklyn-born hus-
band has one son. They have
been married for 13 years.

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Birmingham
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Thurs. 10-8:30
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Bunny's
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On the inside...

ceramic disc cartridges
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movements and precise
temperature control.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A
number. of Katyusha rockets
were fired at Israel . from
south Lebanon Tuesday. One
exploded in Galilee causing
slight damage but no casual-
ties. The others fell in the se-
curity zone north of the bor-
der. They were the first
Katyushas fired into Israel in
two months.

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Israeli Wins
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Phone: 542-8404

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