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October 18, 1985 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-18

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78 Friday, October 18, 1985

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BUSINESS

Did You Remember
to send someone a
gift subscription to

• DANCE • AEROBICS • ETC.
Workout Today
For a Better
YOU Tomorrow!
294-4052



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THE DETROITJEWISH NEWS

WORKOUTS BY LYNN
In The Privacy Of Your Home



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THE
JEWISH NEWS?

Fuller Fashion. Boutique
Sizes 16 to 24

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ANNIVERSARY
SALE

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LARGE SELECTION
OF FALL FASHIONS

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CHOCOLATISSIMO, 6897 Or
chard Lake Rd., West Bloom-
field, will present dollmaker
Brigitte Deval at 8 p.m. today at
the shop. Refreshments will be
served.

From

ALAN L. GILMAN has been
appointed head of the U.S. retail
and wholesale distribution prac-
tice of Arthur 'Anderson and Co.

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• Does Not Include,
Previous Purchases
• All Sales Final

Sherryl "Daisy" Adler, right, was selected the top stylist at Fantastic
Sam's salon in Oak Park. Pictured with her are, from left: owner
Carol Scanlon, Oak Park Mayor Charlotte Rothstein and owner
Kathy Michaels.

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CARL S. SHULLMAN.
been named management
supervisor for Stone, August
and Co.

NON.-SAT. 10 to 6
INNIS. 10 to 8 Harvard 1:lOw Mall, 11 Mile. and. Lahser

BABY AND ME, 24901 North-
western Hwy., 100 Fidelity
Bank Bldg., Southfield, is celeb-
rating its seventh anniversary.
The shop was moved to larger
quarters in the building, and
can be reached • near the main
entranceway. Baby and Me spe-
cializes in infant, toddler and
maternity wear.

BERNARD M. ALTER and
LARRY S. GREENBERG
'attended the Century Com-
panies of America 1985 national
convention last month in
Nashville, Tenn.

Parenting Conference Due

Misses and Petite Fashions

2-12

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ANNIVERSARY SALE

Large Selection Of
Fall. Fashions -

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From

AlexiS Stein and. HowUrd Wino kuer

The eighth annual Alicia Joy
Techner Memorial Parenting
Conference will be held 7:30
p.m. Oct. 24 and 9:30 a.m. Oct.
25. at Temple Israel.
This year's conference theme
will be "The Importance 'of
.Self-Esteem." The two-part pro-
gram is aimed at enhancing
children's self-esteem.
Guest speakers will be Alexis •
Stein and (Howard Winokeur,
founder of To Life, a non-profit
educational organization spe-
cializing in life enhancement.
The organization. recently was
named the Mental Health
Organization of the year in
North Carolina.
The lecture will explore the
kind of environment conducive

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• Previous Purchases. Excluded
• No Layaways

Our. Regular Hours: Mon. thru Sat. 10 to 6
Thurs. 10 to 8

Harvard Row Mall,11 Mile at Lahser

354-4650

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,to positive self-esteem and un-
conditional love.
In the morning workshop,
participants will have a
"hands-on" experience. Through
strqctured exercises, personal
reflection and group. interaction,
participants will practice listen-
ing skills, explore ways to cope
with anger and other feelings
and learn how to give and get
positive• recognition.
Both the Oct. 24 lecture' and
Oct. 25 workshop are free and
open to the public, however, s,
registration is required for the
workshop. To register, call Tem-
ple Israel, 661-5700.
The conference is named in
memory, of the daughter . of
David and Ilene Techner.

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