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November 18, 1988 - Image 110

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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I LOCAL NEWS

THE HANUKKAH SALE YOU CANT HOLD
A CANDLE TO.

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KEREN KAYEMETH LEISRAEL

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YOUTH SUMMER CAMP
MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROUS
ASSISTANCE OF JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
WOMEN OF GREATER DETROIT. RICHIC,AN"
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Robert A. and Robyn Weitman, left, attended the Jewish National Fund
Masada Mission last month. Pictured with them are: Jay Yoskowitz,
national field director for JNF, third from left, and Avraham Kalman,
director of the American Desk of JNF.

Helen Zuckerman hosted a reception in advance of the Israel Bond
Professional Health Services Division's Maimonides Awards dinner
honoring Dr. Jerome Horwitz, seated left, and Dr. Michael Brennan,
seated right. Pictured at the reception which netted $775,000 in Israel
Bond purchases are, standing, from left: Dr. Arthur Lieberman, Dr. Arieh
Plotkin and Dr. William Leuchter.

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Beautiful bracelets. Gorgeous rings and earrings.
Personal and perfect gifts to set a heart on fire.
On sale.

30% OFF ENTIRE STOCK

Saxophonist Kenny G
To Entertain At Dinner

CUSTOM JEWELRY

-41 BRUCE

YOU HAVE IT MADE

WEISS

26325 TWELVE MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

IN THE MAYHFAIR SHOPS AT NORTHWESTERN HIGHWAY

HOLIDAY HOURS

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 10:00-7:30
FRIDAY and SATURDAY 10:00-5:30, SUNDAY 11:00-4:00

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(313) 353-1424

Anniversary

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S•A•L•E•B•R•A•T•I-O•N

An Additional 20% P/0 Off

Selected Fall/Winter Merchandise
4 DAYS ONLY!

Always
20% -
50
Below
Retail

10-8:00,
Thursday, Nov. 17
10-11:00
Friday, Nov. 18
(Moonlight Madness Sale)
10-5:00
Saturday, Nov. 19
12-5:00
Sunday, Nov. 20

HUNTERS SQUARE

14 Mile & Orchard Lake Rd. • Farmington Hills, MI 48018
855-4464

110 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1988

All Sales Final/Prior Sales Excluded

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Kenny G, saxophonist, will
entertain at the B'nai B'rith
Great American Tradition
Award dinner honoring
Joseph E. Antonini, chair-
man and chief executive of-
ficer of the Kmart Corp., on
Thursday Dec. 1 at the Westin
Hotel.
Kenny G (real name
Gorelick) began his profes-
sional career as soloist in
Barry White's Love
Unlimited Orchestra. He
later joined a local band call-
ed "Cold, Bold and Together."
He attended the University
of Washington, majoring in
accounting and was
graduated magna cum laude
and earned a Phi Betta Kap-
pa key, but continued with his
music. He worked as a
sideman with Liberace,
Johnny Mathis, the Spinners
and Diahnn Carroll.
After college, Kenny G was
hired by Jeff Lorber to join his
Portland-based band, the Jeff
Lorber Fusion. He spent four
years with him and in the

Kenny G

process, Arista Records made
him an offer to do a solo
album. In 1982 "Kenny G"
was released.
In 1987, Kenny G perform-
ed "Songbird" an instrumen-
tal on "The Tonight Show."
He then played it on the
"Oprah Winfrey Show" and
on "The Late Show."
"Songbird" made the Top 10
as an instrumental single.
For information and reser-
vations, call B'nai B'rith,
552-8070.

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