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April 24, 1987 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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It you are not wearing it . . . sell it!

PASSPORT
PHOTOS

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems. Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.

[WHILE YOU WAIT1

A SERVICE TO PRIVATE
OWNERS BANKS & ESTATES

GEM/DIAMOND
SPECIALISTS

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

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Fine Jewelers

EST. 1919

COLOR—BMW






30400 Telegraph Rd.,
Suite 134

Birmingham

642-5575

Hours:
Daily 10:00-5:30
Thurs. 10:00-8:30
Sat. 10:00-5:00
ism,

IMMIGRATION
VISA
LICENSE
APPLICATION

13 5 24 03 0

LEO KNIGHT
PHOTOGRAPHY

26571 W. 12 MILE RD.

Corner Northwestern Hwy...)

...OUTHFIELD, MI 48034

DETROIT AUTO BROKERS, INC.

Welcomes

"Serving The Metro-Detroit Area FOr 40 Years"

• Save $$$ On Your
Next New or Used
Car/Truck Purchase
or Lease

• All American/Foreign
Cars Trucks Available

• Low Financing
Available

• Immediate Delivery

• Trade Ins Welcome

358-2100
Located in:

FRANKLIN SAVINGS CENTRE

26400 West 12 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48034

ROYAL TREATMENT FOR
YOUR PRECIOUS FURS

MALTER FURS' MODERN

FUR STORAGE VAULTS
SAFE - SCIENTIFIC
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED - INSURED

CLEANING & GLAZING
REPAIRING AND RESTYLING

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OUR EXCITING COLLECTION OF
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FOR FREE BONDED PICK-UP CALL
358-0850

MALTER FURS

OF HARVARD ROW

21742 W. 11 MILE RD. - SOUTHFIELD

54

Friday, April 24, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DAVID M. ZOLT of South-
field has been promoted to
vice president and actuary of
Johnson and Higgins of
Michigan. A graduate of the
University of Michigan, Zolt
is manager of the pension
consulting and actuarial serv-
ices division of Johnson and
Higgins' Detroit office.
Johnson and Higgins is an
international employee bene-
fits and insurance brokerage
firm with 95 offices
worldwide.

SARABETH MARGOLIS
WIZEN of New York, for-

RED STOTSKY

IN

BUSINESS

merly of Ypsilanti, has been
named president and chief
executive officer of Brookehill
Equities, Inc., New York. She
is the daughter of Isidor
Margolis and the late Ada
Margolis.

THE TOWNSEND HOTEL,

designed by architect Nathan
Levine of Southfield, is
scheduled to open this fall at
Townsend and Henrietta
Streets in Birmingham. The
hotel will be owned and oper-
ated by the Anthony S.
Brown Development Co. of
Birmingham.

-BAS FINANCIAL CORP.

will provide instructors for a
"Successful Money Manage-
ment" seminar May 6, 13 and
20 at Novi High School. To
register, call Sandy Benson,
476-7295.

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
CONTINUUM CENTER

will host a workshop on "Ex-
cellence in Management" 9
a.m. May 19 at the Hampton
Inn, 27500 Northwestern
Hwy., Southfield. There is a
fee. For information, call the
Continuum Center, 370-3033.

STEVEN J. LUPILOFF,

attorney-at-law, has been
added to the staff of financial
planners and consultants at
the America Group, 30600
Northwestern Hwy., Far-
mington Hills.

WALSH COLLEGE is offer-
ing a variety of computer
classes this spring for indi-
viduals and businesses. For
details, call the college's con-
tinuing professional educa-
tion department, 689-8282,
ext. 260.

CHATEAU LAND DE-
VELOPMENT CO. is a new

public relations .client of
Stone, August and Co.
Chateau Land Development
Co. is a Michigan-based firm,
with corporate headquarters
in Mt. Clemens, founded in
1966, with activities that in-
clude the acquisition, de-
velopment, rental, disposition
and management of real
properties. Stone, August and
Co., headquartered in Bir-
mingham, is a multi-service
communications company.

SOUTHFIELD CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE will have

a "Business with Pleasure"
expo 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Oakland Community Col-
lege's Southfield campus.
There is an admission fee,
and all are invited.

SUSAN BARENHOLTZ,

president of
Office Man-
agement Con-
sultants, a
Birmingham-
based consult-
ing firm spe-
cializing in
secretarial
and support
Barenholtz
staff training,
search and recruitment and
office organization programs,
has beeh appointed national
directory chairman for the
secretarial and clerical train-
ers network, a network of the
American Society of Training
and Development.

THE GIFT PLACE

in
Southfield has introduced a
gift registry like a bridal re-
gistry, except that it's for
everyone, for all occasions.
Registration for the registry
is being accepted. The Gift
Place is located at 26263 W.
12 Mile Road.

ROCHELLE LIEBERMAN,

president, Gateway Travel in
Southfield,
recently
earned the
professional
designation of
CTC
(Cer-
tified Travel
Counselor)
from the na-
tional Insti-
tute of Cer-
tified Travel
Lieberman
Agents, based
in Wellesley, Mass. Lieber-
man joins over 8,600 other
travel professionals across
the country in achieving this
distinction.

Computer Classes

Cranbrook P.M. will begin
classes in personal com-
puters, beginning spreadsheet
and word processing on Tues-
day. For enrollment informa-
tion, call Cranbrook Schools,
645-3635.

JWV

CHARLES SHAPIRO
POST AND AUXILIARY

will have their 40th installa-
tion dinner-dance, 6 p.m.
May 2, at the Furniture
Club, 24701 Swanson, South-
field. For information, contact
Helen Pliskow, 399-1546; or
President Margaret Mendel-
son, 354-6270.

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