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March 27, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 21, 1981

ON A DIET?

Danny Raskin's

HAVE A

LISTENING
POST

FROM THE SMALL-
EST to the biggest . . . back
to the smallest . . . and then
among the biggest . . . This
is the short success story of
Jerry Silver.
A couple of months after
he sold his interest in
Silver's, Jerry worked out of
the basement of his home
. -. still serving the many
people who wanted his vast
know-how regarding office
furniture, accessories and
supples . . . He called it
J.S.S. Sales, with sister-in-
law Bunny Reisler at his
side . . . and wife Mel giving
oodles of moral support.
Then came a building on
Schoolcraft in Detroit, be-
tween 4,000 and 5,000
square feet, where. Jerry
stocked as much as he could
for two years.
On April 7, 1979 came
the big move to his pre-
sent locale on Stephen-
son Hwy. and 13 Mile . . .
A former 20,000 square
foot Great Scott market
. . . which Jerry com-
pletely renovated . . .
and now calls The Office
Resource . . . a big,
beautiful ultra modern
and very largely •nven-
toried operation .
While being remodeled,
walking by
people
thought it was going to be
a disco because the cen-
ter display area was like
a large dance floor.
The Office Resource has
everything . . . and does ev-
erything . . . furniture, car-
peting, accessories .
interior design, space plan-
ning, window treatments,
supplies . . . its own art and
design dept., etc.
It's a long way from 30
years ago when Jerry
founded Silver's Office
Supplies that grew to just
plain Silver's.
Now he and 40 employees
care for people like they're
long-lost cousins ... and so
many customers swear by
Jerry and The Office Re-
source like they would
whatever and whoever has
been loyal and faithful to
them.
Jerry Silver and The
Office Resource has office
furniture lines not found
anywhere else . . . since
they are the sole dis-
tributors . . . It's a wonder-
ful feeling for Jerry to sit
back in his chair and re-
minisce about yesteryears
. . . and recall that the
biggest and best are still his
customers.
CONGRATS . . . to Jack
and Shirley Moss . . . on
their 35th anniversary .. .
George Bass, past president
of Downtown Synagogue,
was the matchmaker when
Shirley's maiden name was
Simon.
COULD BE that after all
these years Perfection
Masonic Lodge may be mov-
ing from its Masonic Tem-
ple meeting place . . . Final
decision won't be known

r THE
PERFECT)
BLEND

until May 6 when the mem-
bership will vote on the
move.
THANKS . . . to Belle
and Bernard Pepper . . . for
reminding us that our coat
was on the booth seat at
Stage Deli in Oak Park.
CHUCK KAITON, radio
voice of the Hartford Whal-
ers hockey team and son of
localites Charlie and Rose
Kaiton, sends announce-
ment, "The Kaitons an-
nounce the signing of their
third round draft choice —
Russell" . . . He is Chuck
and Mary's third son.
LOU AND LENA Gor-
man will be honored Sun-
day morning in Miami Be-
ach, Fla.. . . as recipients of
the Israel Scroll of Honor
. . . for their efforts in rais-
ing Israel Bonds... They
are the founders of the De-
troit Club of North Miami
Beach.
,NICE PEOPLE DEPT.
. . . Another fine lassie at
Kosins Clothes at 11 1/2 and
Southfield . . . is very
cooperative and pleasant
Mary Ann Jalaba . . . She is
the first gal Harry Kosins
hired when he expanded
three years ago to Lathrup
Village.
ERNEST DRUCKER of
Executive Shirtmakers on
Woodward in Birmingham,
was on WDRQ-FM yester-
day „ and April 3 , will be
on the Sue Carter Show,
WWJ Radio, 11:30 a.m, .
talking about fasion angles
...and investment dressing
. how to spend money
properly- on clothes .
Ernie is a very interesting
and well-learned fine gent-
leman . . . His questions arid
answers before organiza-
tions are wonderful.
PATRICK MICHAEL
O'Leary has been office
manager 24 years for State
of Israel Bonds hereabouts
. On recent St. Patrick's
Day, Pat came in dressed for
the occasion green
pants, green sweater, large
green bow tie ... and a
green yarmulke.
PLAUDITS TO ... Kay
Saperstein, voluntary
chairperson of the gift carts
at Sinai Hospital . . . Come
rain or shine . . . snow or
sleet . . . Kay has been giv-
ing of her time and effort for
upwards of 14 years .. .
Hubby is barrister Jimmy
Saperstein.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Bessie Loberman .. .
at Botsford Hospital.
CORRECT DATE of the
Rex AZA, BBYO and Bnai
Brith Reunion is . . . 7 p.m.
April 7 . . . at Hamilton
Place . . . Fellows to call are
Joe Silberschein, 352-3292
or Harold Finegood, 851-
2871 or Ronald Block, 355-
3391.

There are many great
truths which we do not
deny, and which neverthe-
less we do not fully believe.
—J. W. Alexander

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