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February 06, 1987 - Image 76

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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YOU
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BUSINESS

NO FREIGHT OR
HANDLING CHARGES!

WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICES ON ANY
BLIND YOU HAVE SEEN ANYWHERE!*

VERTICAL
BLINDS

75%

In Store Special!

6-FOOT
DOORWALL

'488°

CALL: 353-6191

ALL STORES OPEN SUNDAY 12 TO 4

'Previous Orders Excluded.

PVC

LIVONIA

1 BIk. N. of 8 Mile
Daily 10-6 • M. & Th. 10-9

33710 PLYMOUTH RD.
W. of Farmington Road
Daily 10-6 • M. & Th. 10-9

352.6610

OFF!

* VERTICALS & MINIS
* WOOD-SLAT BLINDS
* PLEATED SHADES

SOUTHFIELD

NEW LOCATION! 21325 TELEGRAPH

BALI Al minum

FACTOR a Yn PRICES!

OFF!

FINEST QUALITY and workmanship! All
vertical blinds for your windows & doorwall
are custom made.

Custom-Made
MINI-BLINDS

FREE
SHOP-AT-HOME
SERV IC E

261.6530

UTICA

13921 HALL ROAD
Across Fm. Lakeside Mall
Mon. to Sat. 10-9

247.1870

SOUTHGATE

MICHAEL P. BERMAN,

CPA, announces the formation
of his new accounting firm,
Michael P. Berman, P.C. A
graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, Berman is a member of
the American Institute of Cer-
tified Public Accountants and
the Michigan Association of
Certified Public Accountants.

D. LARRY
SHERMAN,

Choose From
Hundreds Of Colors!

THE VERY FINEST selection of blinds in mini
and micro-louvered styles! Each is custom
made to fit your windows beautifully.

23"x42" MINI-BLIND $15 4°

PONTIAC

TROY

137 S. TELEGRAPH

3303 ROCHESTER ROAD
In Troy Pointe
Mon. to Sat. 10-6

In Rainbow Plaza
Daily 10-6 • M. & Th. 10-9

524.1883

332 - 7200

FLINT

DETROIT

ROS VILLE

ROYAL OAK

25923 GRAT107 AVENUE
at 10 1.2 Mile Rd.
M.-F. 10-9 • Sat. 10-6

4801 N. WOODWARD
2 Blks. S. of 14 Mile
Mon. to Sat. 10 to 6

MEW STORE! 2709 FORT ST.

1 Mile N. of Eureka
Mon. to Sat. 10 to 6

"BRIDGE'
FACTORY OUTLET
21308 Hilltop

NEW STORE!
G-4205 MILLER ROAD

777-9510

549.0038

283.8288

353-6191

230.0614

S. of Genesee Mall

Sherman

president of
Sherman
in
Shoes
Birmingham,
has been
elected
chairman of
the board of
the Michi-
gan Retail-
ers Associa-
tion.

HEALTHY OPTIONS INC.

of Birmingham opened re-
cently, offering comprehensive
wellness programs for indi-
viduals, groups, businesses
and industry. Wellness is a
concept designed to help pre-
vent the development of seri-
ous medical difficulties
through fitness, weight con-
trol, and stress management.
Owner Dea Farrah, M.S.W.,
A.C.S.W., is a clinical social
worker with 15 years of experi-
ence working with individuals
and groups in crisis.

NORM
NICKIN of

Nickin

Ann Arbor
been
has
named direc-
tor of retail
operations
the
for
equipment
and supply
division of
Domino's
Pizza Distri-
bution, Inc.

BARTON M. BERMAN of
Amurcon Corp. and JOSEPH
F. SLAVIK of J & J Slavik,

Inc., have formed a home and
condominium building organ-
ization to be called B.B.C.
Group, Inc. Jerald Ruben of
both General Realty Co. and
Republic Development Corp.
will be in charge of marketing.



It's a special time of the week when families
gather, traditions are renewed and there's
plenty of time to relax and enjoy the rich,
delicious taste of Maxwell House® Coffee.
It couldn't be anything but Shabbos dinner.

,cwSZ•izziotre. ...

GENERAL
FOODS

n,1986 General Foods Corporation

IT COULDN'T BE ANYTHING BUT MAXWELL HOUSE:

76

Friday, February 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A number of improvements
to Loehmann's at Hunters
Square/Tally Hall are
planned in two phases, with
work to begin shortly.
The first phase focuses on
Tally Hall, where new
entrances, visual enhance-
ments such as mirrors, neon
and tivoli lights and appealing
graphics, and new furnishings
are scheduled to be completed
or in place by the end of March.
The second phase, which will
begin in the spring, will focus

on exterior renovations to the
mall, located at Orchard Lake
and 14 Mile Road.
Shostak Brothers and Co.,
which acquired the Far-
mington Hills property just
over a year agq, is currently
lining up additional tenants,
with Winkleman's, Rave and
Caddy Shack to open by spring.
Additionally, Designer Lady
opened in December and Sher-
ri's, an existing tenant, is ex-
panding.
The renovations are being
designed by Barbara Marini,
whose previous credits include
Eaton Place in Wonderland
Center.

Irving Berlin
Tribute For Seniors

Seniors may participate in a
special "Tribute to Irving Be-
rlin" at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Highland Towers card
room.
Phyllis Bratt and Dorothy
Mills will present musical
entertainment. Refreshments
will be served.
The program is sponsored by
the National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Sec-
tion. It is open to both members
and non-members at no
charge. Reservations are re-
quired. Call the NCJW offices,
258-6000, for information.
The event is one in a series of
"Up and Out" offerings for
seniors. The programs have
been organized by the group's
Public Affairs Department, di-
rected by Vice President Ann
Zousmer. Barbara Stone is "Up
and Out" chairman.

Berg On History
Of Jewish Dance

The Jewish Parents Insti-
tute will sponsor an adult pro-
gram featuring Harriet Berg,
director of dance at the Jewish
Community Center, 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, in room 310 of the
main Center building.
Berg, a choreographer and
teacher, will discuss "The His-
tory of Jewish Dance from Bi-
blical Times to the Present."
Bagels and coffee will be avail-
able.

Learning Disabled
Advocates Meet

Birmingham - Bloomfield -
Southfield Chapter, Michigan
Association for Children and
Adults with Learning Dis-
abilities, Inc., will have a meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the
Greenfield Elementary School,
Beverly Hills.
Linda Treece, parent adviser '
for MACLD, will speak on
"Understanding How to Ob-
tain Academic Programs for
the Learning Disabled."

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