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October 09, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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LIFESTYLES

THE ULTIMATE IN OMEN'S ACCESSORiES
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PROFILE

James D. Grey: Accountant
With A Photographic Mind

10% To
60% Off

past president of Michigan Association
of Certified Public Accountants
Professional Careers CoMmittee

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

FAVORITE BOOK: Tuned to.Baseball by

Ernie Harwell

LATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

Designer and famous maker shirts in
a variety of sizes and styles. All
entirely new and not from our rental
collection.

Past president of B'nai B'rith. "I
promoted the visibility of B'nai B'rith
in the community. I did a lot of public
speaking on behalf of B'nai B'rith, and
it was a wonderful experience." As a
volunteer photographer, Grey takes
photos for many Jewish organizations
including B'nai B'rith and Fresh Air
Society.

Annual Formalwear Sale
September 30th thru October 17th

Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Birmingham,
Dearborn, Farmington Hills, Flint,
Harper Woods, Jackson, Lansing,
Lincoln Park, Livonia (Open 10/87),
Novi, Okemos, Rochester,
Roseville, Saginaw, Southfield,
Sterling Heights, Toledo, Troy,
Warren, Waterford, Westland,
Ypsilanti. Call (313) 264-0600
for more information.

PHILOSOPHY: "I try to combine the best
of the work world, my volunteer work
and my family time. I try to improve
every situation through hard work and
team effort."

NAME: James D. (Jim) Grey
AGE: 42
OCCUPATION: Certified public accountant

INDULGE YOURSELF IN LUXURY DURING OUR

43rd
Anniversary
Sale

SAVE
25-40%

181 S. Woodward Ave., 1 BIk. S. of Maple, Next to the Birmingham Theatre

Free Adjacent Parking • Mon.-Sat 9:30-5:30; Thurs. 9:30-8:30 • 642 1690

-

FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1987

RESIDENCE: Farmington Hills
FAMILY: Married Ruth Nemon, a

seasonal employee for the Fresh Air
Society, three children

EDUCATION: B.A. degree in accounting

and M.B.A. degree in finance from
Wayne State University

SYNAGOGUE: Temple Israel .
ORGANIZATIONS: Past president of B'nai

B'rith Metropolitan Council, recording
secretary of Temple Israel Brotherhood,

Captivating elegance
is yours for the
taking during our
fabulous 43rd Anni-
versary Celebration.
All during the
month of October,
we offer you the
world's finest
collection of fur
designs at a savings
of 25-40% off.
Mink, fox, beaver,
lynx — our entire
selection of magni-
ficent creations —
now on sale!
Indulge yourself
with savings.
Our anniversary
gift to you.

56

in the firm of Gross Bornstein Grey &
Co.; volunteer photographer

TIDBITS

SINAI GUILD

DR. DONALD
KAPETANSKY, plastic
surgeon, was the featured
speaker at the Sinai
Hospital Guild opening
meeting at the home of
ROSIE SCHLUSSEL. Presi-
dent BOBBIE BLITZ an-
nounced that the Guild
already raised $966,000
toward the $1 million en-
downment fund. Although
the slide presentation and
lecture was on tummy
tucks and face lifts, guests
were enthralled with the
Newborn Nursery Program.
Chairperson CAROL SUE
CODEN organizes
volunteers like KAREN

HOBBIES: Photography, softball,
gardening, cross-country skiing,
collecting sports memorabilia and
working on a family genealogy.

BACKGROUND: Jim Grey grew up in
Detroit and graduated from Mumford
High School. Twenty-two years ago lie
met his wife at Camp Tamarack, while
they were counselors. Today the family
is still involved with the Fresh Air
Society — Grey does volunteer
photography, his wife is a team
supervisor at Camp Maas and the
children are campers. When Grey is not
at work or photographing, he attends
his two daughters' extra-curricular
activities games and collects baseball
cards with his son. Grey is an avid
baseball fan. "It was thrilling to throw
out the ceremonial first pitch at the
Tigers game on B'nai B'rith night."
Although Grey works with numbers, he
describes himself as a "people-person:'

MARKS, HOPE SILVER-
MAN and ROSIE
SCHLUSSEL to help in the
nursery and feed the
babies. New volunteers in
training who recently had
babies at Sinai are ILENE
ABARIN and LISA GOT-
TLIEB. Another prospective
member is FELISE
FLACK, who delivered her
baby at Beaumont
Hospital.

TEMPLE ISRAEL FUN RUN
AND WALK

"The Fifth Annual Tem-
ple Israel Fun Run and
Walk was fun and sweaty,"
says MICHAEL HERT-
ZBERG, age 7, of West
Bloomfield. SCOTT ISNER,
12, of Southfield, jogged

through Beacon Square
Subdivision and ice skated
to train for the event. Win-
ner of the 10K event for
youngsters was MERRECK
SAKWA, 13. "I got lost
after the 5K, so "I kept on
going to the 10K," says
SAKWA. PAT SALOMON,
42, a 'Ibmple Kol Ami
member, was the female
winner. The 10K male win-
ner was JOHN REED of
Farmington with the time
of 37:20. The event was
sponsored by the Temple
Israel Brotherhood with the
help of LARRY MILLER,
president, and DENNIS
FOGEL, chairman.
Brotherhood member
STEVE MALERMAN ask-
ed JULIUS SPIELBERG,
85, "How far are you go-

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