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January 29, 1988 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-29

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INCREDIBLE SAVINGS AT SHANFELDS-MEYERS

\A ESA ARTS

$3,000,000.00 SALE

PLUS: NOW YOU CAN GET GOVERNMENT REBATES
OF 13% WHEN GOODS ARE EXPORTED TO U.S.A.

40% TO 70%

OFF

MOST EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE OFF OUR CANADIAN LIST PRICE PAYABLE U.S. FUNDS

DINNERWARE • FIGURINES • CRYSTAL

TIDBITS

LUNCH & LEARN

Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses held
a Lunch & Learn with
RABBI A. IRVING
SCHNIPPER co-sponsored
by Jewish Experiences for.
Families. RUTH
MARMELSTEIN prepared
a traditional cholent lunch.
CANTOR BEN-ZION
LAXNER led the singing
followed by Birchat
Hamazon. JOYCE
EPSTEIN and HELEN
UTCHENIK led the
storytelling for the
children. RABBI
SCHNIPPER spoke on
"Mitzvot in Action —
Where to Begin: Covenant,
Commandment and
Commitment." JANICE and
HENRY CITRON, GLORIA
and DAVID RUSKIN,
MARCIA ANSTANDIG,
JOSEPH TARCIA,
CHARLOTTE and
WARREN TESSLER and
HARLENE APPLEMAN
were some of the people
involved in planning the
afternoon. Gloria Ruskin
thoroughly enjoyed the
afternoon and added, "Just
by attending, we were
performing a mitzvah."

ALL BEST BRANDS • ROYAL DOULTON • ROYAL ALBERT, VILLERROY & BOCH, ROSENTHAL
NETTER, AYNSLEY, NORITAKE, WEDGWOOD, DENBY, LLADRO, HUMMER, ETC.
FOR SALE DAVID WINTER COTTAGES, COLLECTOR PLATES

188 OUELLETTE AVE. DOWNTOWN WINDSOR
DETROIT PHONES 9614435 961-1966

GRAND
OPENING
SPECIAL

20.50% OFF

JAMBOREE

The Jewish Community
Center was the recent site
of the Camp Tamarack
Jamboree and Reunion.
Twenty booths, including
painting, crafts, and
making apple cider, were
set up for the 800 children
that attended. Some of the
children stringing
necklaces included
LAUREN COHEN, JODIE
WITTENBERG, ARIANA
BASEMAN and EMILY
SCHEY. GAYLE FLOYD
brought her two children,
JERED and JENNIFER.

Gallery Hours:
Tues. Fri. 10 4 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
or by appointment

-

• Jewelry
• Folk Art

-

`2.`;',E,"

to 1.11LE RD

MESA ARTS

32800 Franklin Rd., Franklin, MI (313) 8519949

Q: WHERE DO HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS GO TO KEEP
THEIR BUSINESSES HEALTHY?

• DESIGNERS
• IMPORTED
• BRIDESMAIDS
"Let Us Help You
• MOTHERS
Plan Your Special Day"

Ada/

• Pottery
• Sculpture

N

BRIDAL

Oecth/ accadovid

280 N. WOODWARD

(Great American Bldg. — Next to Sanders)

BIRMINGHAM

DYNASTY

NOLAN MILLER, the
designer of Hollywood stars
including the cast of the
television series Dynasty,
appeared in Detroit as a
guest of Ford Motor Co. and
The Fashion Group. Miller
previewed some of his new
spring fashions at the
Pontchartrain for a Fashion
Group benefit, which sold
200 tickets. MIRA LINDER
was general chairman,
while SHEILA SLOAN and
ROSEMARY BANNON "
were co-chairmen.
TAMARA FRIEDMAN,
LEAH MARKS and
JE OR GETTE JHOURI
came in a limo with NICK
LAVADAS.

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST

• Paintings
• Kachinas

644-9110

hilsum's

misses & misses petites
contemporary fashions

roP

75% OFF

PRIIINVINTORY CLEARANCE

SPECIAL SUNDAY OPENING
JANUARY 31ST ONLY!
12 NOON TO 4:00 P.M.

• No Layaways
• All Sales Final
• Previous Sales Excluded

HARVARD ROW MALL

11 MILE & LAHSER

354-4560

Tues. & Wed. 10-6
Mon. & Thurs. 10-8
Fri. & Sat. 10-6

Howard Small, CPA

Larry Markowitz, CPA

A: To the Accountants who
prescribe the right treatment!

Larry Markowitz and Howard Small are Certified Public
Accountants with a combined 30 years of experience in
accounting for a wide variety of healthcare clients. The
knowledge and expertise of their firm has helped save
millions of dollars for hospitals, clinics, doctors, dentists,
medical laboratories, nursing homes and pharmacies. They
thoroughly understand the many complexities of third party
reimbursements. They can quickly assess your situation
and establish the comprehensive systems and controls your
business needs in order to survive today and tomorrow in
the constantly-changing healthcare field.

If your business is healthcare, make it your business to
contact Larry or Howard — stat! They'll arrange for a
free, no-obligation consultation that may turn out to
be just what the doctor ordered for you.

markowitz
small and
associates, p.c.

I

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Suite 155
Farmington Hills, MI 48018
(313) 855-2155

Serving the healthcare field and other businesses with uncommon success.

Produced By Dennis R. Green & Associates, Inc., Southfield, MI

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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