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December 19, 1986 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-19

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THE GREAT ATLANTIC
AND PACIFIC TEA CO.
(A&P) opened its newest
A&P Say-A-Center during
special grand opening cere-
monies on Sunday at 8 a.m.
at Lincoln Center, 26100
Greenfield, Oak Park. Be-
sides the traditional grocery,
meat, produce, dairy and
general merchandise depart-
ments, the Oak Park Sav-A-
Center also features a

THE JEWISH NEWS

number of unique specialty
departments including an
in-store bakery, a service del-
icatessen, an international
cheese section, a fresh sea-
food department and a Floral
Shop. There also are a take-
out salad bar and a juice bar.

The new store is open from
8 a.m. on Monday to 11 p.m.
Saturday and from 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. on Sunday.

Subscription Order Form
SPECIAL CHANUKAH RATES

$21.00 for the first one-year
subscription. (your own or gift)

$19.00 for each additional new
one-year gift subscription

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Builders Honor Four

Enter the Following Chanukah
Gift Subscriptions at
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Shown at the Builders Association dinner are Mandell
Berman, Fred Greenspan and Abraham Ran.

The Builders Association of
Southeastern Michigan hon-
ored four Jewish communal
leaders at their annual
dinner last week.
Abraham Ran of West
Bloomfield was named "Buil-
der of the Year 1986." Ran is
a vice president and partner
in Biltmore Properties Corp.
of Troy.
Mandell
Berman
of
Franklin and Samuel
Hechtman of West Bloomfield
were named to the Michigan
Housing Hall of Fame. Be-
rman retired as president of
Bert L. Smokler & Co. and
Dreyfus Development Corp.
in 1975. He continues to
serve on the Dreyfus board.
Hechtman has been president
of Practical Home Builders,
Inc. since it was organized in
1938.
The Builders Association
also honored its president,
Fred E. Greenspan, who was
completing his term of office.
Greenspan, of Franklin,
heads Greenspan Develop-
ment Corp.

subscriptions

Donald Fox Resigns
From Perry Post

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Friday, December 19, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Donald Fox resigned Mon-
day as president of Perry
Drug Stores. Beginning his
career as a part-time phar-
macist at the chain's first
store in Pontiac, Fox, 53, was
named Perry's president in
1980.
Fox's departure was de-
scribed as "amiable" by Perry
executives. Fox said he will

pursue other interests.
He is the associate chair-
man of the Detroit .Friends of
Bar-Ilan University and on
the executive committees of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and United Hebrew
Schools. In September, Fox
was honored by Magen David
Adorn.

Mintz To Speak
To Histadrut

Israel Histadrut Campaign
of Metropolitan Detroit, at its
annual Chanukah brunch on
Dec. 28 at 11 a.m., will pre-
sent Dr. Sheldon Mintz as
guest speaker.
The lecture and brunch
will take place at the Labor
Zionist Institute meeting
room, 25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park. There is a minimal
charge and the brunch is
open to the public. For reser-
vations, call Histadrut, 967-
4720, by Wednesday.
The program will include
lighting of the Chanukah
candles, community singing
led by Goldie Eskin and tra-
ditional Chanukah foods.
Dr. Mintz, an oral surgeon
is visiting professor of oral
and maxillofacial . surgery at
the University of Tel Aviv, at
Rambam Hospital in Haifa
and Ichilov Hospital in Tel
Aviv.
Dr. Mintz is professor and
chief of oral and maxillofacial
surgery at Bellinson Hospi-
tal, the largest of the Kupat
Holim hospitals, and spends
several months every year
working there.

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